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Week of January 15, 2012

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Lesson PlanLesson: Science
Class / Semester: II / 2
Meeting: Second
Time: 2×30 minutes (at 08 am-09 am)Competency Standards:
3. Know the various sources of energy that is often encountered in everyday life and its usefulness.

Basic Competence:
3.1 Identify sources of energy (heat, electricity, light, and noise) that exist in the environment,

Indicator
1.Pupils can explain the source of energy in the vicinity
2.Pupils can explain the examples of goods that require electrical energy in the workings
3.Pupils can explain the changes brought about by electrical energy
  
I. Learning Objectives:
Know the various sources of energy that is often encountered in everyday life and its usefulness.

II. Teaching Materials: Energy and its Amendment
III.Learning Methods: Problem-based learning,
IV.Learning Steps
Initial activities:
Story-telling told Justien Biber got an alarm clock gift from her parents, but the clock was not lit.

-The teacher asked the students why the clock can not work
core Activities
-Students tried a few tools that need the battery and the electricity to work.
-Teacher explains the energy change that occurs.
Assessment:
-Giving questions about electricity works
-Students are asked to give examples of items that require electricity to work
-Students are required to explain the energy changes that occur in electronic goods
-Working on a worksheet
End of activities:
-Asking again about electricity works
V. Equipment / materials / learning resource: Worksheet, drawing tools, household appliances, gadgets, alarm clock, battery
VI.Reflection
-Give questions to students about the tools that require electricity to work
-Give the question of tools that do not require electricity in the works

Jakarta,  January 16, 2012

Susan Sutardjo

Teacher

Lesson PlanSubject: Indonesian
Class / Semester: II / 2
Meeting to: Second
Time Allocation: 1×30 minutes (09.30 am-10.30 am)Competency Standards:
Understanding the range of written discourse by reading aloud and reading silently.

Basic Competence:
1.1 Reading aloud and reading in 16 to 20 sentences with attention to proper pronunciation and intonation.
1.2 Copying the passages with the concatenated with the letter neatly upright.

Indicator
1.1 Students can read aloud with attention to punctuation and sentence intonation.
1.2 Students’ reading comprehension through a series of questions.
1.3 Students are able to write the letter continued upright.

I. Learning Objectives:
Understanding the range of written discourse by reading aloud and reading silently.

II. Teaching Materials: Text readings

III.Metode Learning: Exposure to direct.

IV.Learning Steps
Initial activities:
Reading the text readings per group.
core Activities
Answering questions per group
Copying a paragraph reading with upright letters concatenated
Giving the name of the beast according traits that exist in textbooks.
End of activities:
Give the question in accordance with the text reading orally.

V. Equipment / materials / learning resources: worksheets, lesson books, netbooks.

VI.Reflection: copy one sentence reading with upright letters individually serialized.

Jakarta,  January 17,  2012

Susan Sutardjo

Teacher

Lesson PlanSubject: Social Sciences (IPS)
Class / Semester: II / 2
Meeting to: Two
Time Allocation: 2×30 minutes (11 am-12 am)Competency Standards:
1.Understanding cooperation in the neighborhood.

Basic Competence:
11 Explain the benefits of cooperation in the neighborhood.

Indicator
1.1 Students can explain the definition of neighbor.
1.2 Students can identify the neighbor in front, right side and left side of their house.
1.3 Students can explain the meaning of cooperation
1.4 Students can give examples of other forms of cooperation among neighbors
1.5 Students can explain the benefits of cooperation among neighbors.

I. Learning Objectives:
Understanding cooperation in the neighborhood.

II. Teaching Materials: Environmental

III.Learning Methods: Exposure to direct the drama.

IV.Learning Steps:
Initial activities:
Giving questions surrounding neighbors and co-operation.
Core Activities
drama siskamling
End of activities:
-Fill out the worksheet.
V. Equipment / materials / learning resources: worksheets about, and drama texts siskamling
VI.Reflection: Giving oral questions about the benefits of cooperation

Jakarta,  January 18,  2012

Susan Sutardjo

Teacher

   
         
         

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