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English Language Teaching across Curriculum

Lesson Plan

Sociology
for Eight Graders Junior High School

Name NIM Rombel

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Yusuf Akhyar J. 2201410064 105-106

English Department Faculty of Languages and Arts Semarang State University 2013

LESSON PLAN Subject Grade/Semester Topic Meeting Time Allocation : : : : : Sociology 8/1 Society Problem 2 20 minutes

I. II.

Standard Competence
Understanding Society Problem

Basic Competence
1. Identifying some society problems (drunk, gambling, drugs, HIV/AIDS, prostitution, etc) as a result of family and society control dysfunction. 2. Identifying some efforts to prevent family and society problem.

III.

Indicators
1. 2. 3. 4. Describing some society problems. Relating society problem with family and society dysfunction. Identifying some prevention to prevent family and society problems. Pronouncing some terms relating with society problem.

IV.

Learning Objectives
a. Content Objectivity 1. Students are able to describe some society problems. 2. Students are able to relate society problems with family and society control dysfunctions. 3. Students are able to mention some efforts to prevent family and society problems. b. Language Objectives 1. Students are able to pronoun some terms relating with society problems.

Character Education
a. b. c. d. e. Confidence Respect Carefulness Diligence Critical Thinking

V.

Learning Material
1. 2. 3. 4. Explanation of society problem and the causes. Introduction to terms relating with society problem. Examples of society problem. Explaining some effort to prevent society problem.

Content Material:
A. Society Problem According to James W. Van Der Zanden, society problem is a problem which is caused by behaviors which are categorized as bad behaviors from the values and the norms of society and breaks the frame of tolerance. B. Examples of society problems Values and norms created by society is to manage the order and peaceful life. However, sometimes the rules are broken and it becomes society problems. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Drugs: heroin, marijuana, etc. Teenagers naughtiness: absence, gang fight, illegal race. Alcoholism. Prostitution. Sexual disorder: homosexual, free sex. Crime: murder, rapping, stealing, gambling.

C. Efforts to prevent and overcome society problems. Many efforts are able to anticipate and overcome the society problems. Below, the prevention that we can do: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. To educate good values and norms education of society. To educate divinity values. To run the rules firmly. To make strong personality. To hold elucidation and rehabilitation. To develop positive activities. To create a harmony in the society.

Terminologies
Society Behavior Prostitution Murder Efforts Prevention Rehabilitation Educate /ssa..ti/ /bhe.vj r / /prs.ttju. n/ /m.d r / /ef.t/ /prven t . n/ /ri.hbl.te. n/ /ed.j.ket/ Masyarakat Perilaku Pelacuran Pembunuhan Usaha Pencegahan Rehabilitasi Mendidik

Language Material
1. Society problems are basically caused by family dysfunction. 2. A murderer should be in prison. 3. A drugs user needs to have rehabilitation in order to be cured.

Method:
Lecturing Presentation Group discussion

VI.

Learning activities
A. Opening Learning Activities Teacher greets students Teacher states the material which will be given. Teacher states the objectives Time 3

B. Main Activities Teacher activities Teacher explains the material about society problems. Teacher divides the class into groups. Teacher asks the students to do group discussion

Students activities Students listen to teachers explanation Students join the each group they belong Students actively join the discussion

Time

13

Each group points a Teacher asks for opinion representation to for each group present a group discussion Students explain the Teacher starts the quiz pictures given.

C. Closing Activities Teacher asks the students whether they have any questions Teacher asks the students to give the conclusion of the material which has been given Teacher gives the assignment about social problem they ever faced Teacher greets the students for closing the class Time

VII.

Learning Media
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Laptop Projector Power Point slides Relevant books Internet

Rubric of Assessment PRODUCT No. Aspect 1. Concept (result of discussion)

Criteria * all correct * most of the answers are correct * less of the answers are correct * all wrong

Score 4 3 2 1

PERFORMANCE

No. 1.

Aspect Knowledge * High * Medium * Low

Criteria

Score 4 2 1 4 2 1 4 2 1

2.

Participation

* Active * Sometimes active * Passive * Good manner * Sometimes good * Bad manner

3.

Affective

LANGUAGE MASTERY

Spoken test Aspects being assessed answer is right, no grammar mistake answer is right, there is grammar mistake answer is false or no answer Score 2 1 0

Written test Aspects being assessed Grammar Spelling Diction Cohesion Score 25 25 25 25

Scoring system
a. Spoken test Maximum score is 10. Example: Sarah score: Question 1: 2 Question 2: 2 Question 3: 1 Question 4: 2

Question 5: 1 ---8 Correct score is multiplied by 10, so Sarahs score for speaking test is 80. b.Written test Maximum score is 100. Example: Lisas score : Grammar Spelling Diction Cohesion : 15 : 25 : 15 : 20 ------75 No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
ASSESSMENT SHEET

Lisa got 75 for writing test.

Performance Name Knowl edge Participation Affective Product

Spoken Test

Written Test

Total

Score

Note:

Score= ( Total : maximal total score ) X 10. For students who do not meet KKM, they will join Remedial.

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