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Tugas Modul : Final Assignment

Nama : Metalina Simanjuntak

Final Assignment

1. Write a biography of a famous person. Start with an orientation, describe


the events, and finish it with the reorientation. Write at least 150 words.

Zakir Abdul Karim Naik

Zakir Abdul Karim Naik was born on 18 October 1965 in Mumbai, India. He attended
St. Peter’s High School in Mumbai. Later he enrolled at Kishinchand Chellaram College,
before studying medicine at Topiwala National Medical College and Nair Hospital and later
the University of Mumbai, where he obtained a Bachelor of Medicine and
Surgery (MBBS). His wife, Farhat Naik, works for the women’s section of the IRF.
Zakir’s body has a high average like other Indian, He has black and white beard and a
mustache, He always uses his glasses. He smiles sweetly.
In 1991 he started working in the field of Dawah, and founded the IRF. Naik says he
was inspired by Ahmed Deedat, an Islamic preacher, having met him in 1987. (Naik is
sometimes referred to as “Deedat plus”, a label given to him by Deedat himself.) Naik says
that his goal is to “concentrate on the educated Muslim youth who have become apologetic
about their own religion and have started to feel the religion is outdated.” He considers it a
duty of every Muslim to remove perceived misconceptions about Islam and to counter what
he views as the Western media’s anti-Islamic bias in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001
attacks in the United States. Some of his articles are published in magazines such as Islamic
Voice.
Anthropologist Thomas Blom Hansen has written that Naik’s style of memorising
the Quran and Hadith literature in various languages, and his related missionary activity, has
made him extremely popular in Muslim and non-Muslim circles. He has been famous since in
1991 until now. Many of his debates are recorded and widely distributed in video, DVD
media and online. His talks are usually recorded in English and broadcast on weekends on
several cable networks in Mumbai’s Muslim neighborhoods, and on the Peace TV channel,
which he co-produces. Topics he speaks on include: “Islam and Modern Science”, “Islam and
Christianity”, and “Islam and secularism”. Naik is the founder of the Islamic International
School in Mumbai.
According to him, Jihad is misunderstood by both Muslims and non-Muslims, Jihad
means to strive and struggle to make society better, the best form of Jihad is to strive and
struggle against non-Muslims, using the teachings of the Quran; to the Prophet Peace Be
Upon Him and the Almighty Allah, Islam means peace." According to Naik, the killing of
any innocent person, either Muslim or non-muslim is prohibited by Islam. The word "Jihad"
actually means to strive or struggle against one's own evil inclinations, to make the society
better, in self-defense on a battlefield, and against oppression

Adapted from Oxford University Press Headway Plus PREINTERMEDIATE Writing Guide
2011-12
Checking your writing
Elements Yes No

Orientation 

Events 

Reorientation 

Simple past tense 

Temporal sequence and temporal conjunction 


Specific participants 

Action verbs 

Third person 

Sentences in chronological order 

Constructing a spoof text


• Think of a funny incident that happened to you.
• Here are some questions to help you add necessary and interesting
information to your story.
1. Who was involved in your story?
Andi and Dodi
2. Where did it happen?
At elementary school
3. When did it happen?
Few years ago, when I was teaching at elementary school
4. What are the important events in the story?
The argument that has been given by Dodi, especially the last one.
• • Follow the rhetorical steps of spoof texts: orientation, events, and twist.
Spoof Text
My Father Killed Him

When I was teaching at elementary school, I found two students arguing


Andi: "Dodi, I was very happy yesterday when I was invited by my cousin for a walk to the
Basko Grand Mall, the building was really beautiful.
Dodi: “It was built by my father
Andi: "Ah, you are very arrogant, Dodi, yesterday I was also invited to America to see the
Statue of Liberty ..."
Dodi: "That is the same. It was made by my father when I haven’t been born yet
Andi: "Then I was also invited to Israel to see the Dead Sea and the Red Sea. They look
great.
Dodi: "owh, the sea died because my father killed him, and for the Red Sea, My father was
coloring it ..."