Bahan Ajar Kelas X TKJ, RPL, AK


DEALING WITH NUMBERS

Cardinal Number

a.  Learning target :

To introduce kinds of expressions which describe cardinal numbers.

b.  Explanation 1

Study these numbers !

1- one

11- eleven

25- twenty five

100

A/one hundred

2- two

12- twelve

30- thirty

101

A hundred & one

3- three

13- thirteen

33- thirty three

110

A hundred & ten

4- four

14- fourteen

58- fifty eight

112

A hundred & twelve

5- five

15- fifteen

61- sixty one

2000

Two thousand

6- six

16- sixteen

67- sixty seven

500

Five hundred

7- seven

17- seventeen

70- seventy

1000

One thousand

8- eight

18- eighteen

75- seventy five

10.000

Ten thousand

9- nine

19- nineteen

80- eighty

1000.000

A/one milion

10- ten

20- twenty

90- ninety

1000.000.000

A/one bilion

 Angka yang berupa nomor : Address (room numbers) dan phone numbers.

The examples :

1. Four five two six second street

2. six eight four Western Avenue

3. Jl. Raya Labuan three nine one

4. 0253-201012 – Oh two five three two oh one oh one two

5. Room 418 – Room four eighteen

Numbers for time (The examples) :

The examples :

1. 08.00 = Eight O’clock

2. 07.15 = A quarter past seven

 3. 10.30 = A half to eleven

4. 09.10 = Nine minutes past nine

5. 05.25 = Five twenty five 

Numbers in Mathematics (The examples) :

 

1.

 

 

 

 

6 + 11 = 17

 

 

 

 

~

 

 

 

 

six plus ten is fifteen

 

2.

 

8 + 10 = 18

 

~

 

eight added ten equivalent to eighteen

 

3.

45 – 10 = 35

~

Forty five minus ten is thirty five

 

4.

64 – 11 = 53

~

Sixty four decreased by eleven equivalent to fifty three

 

5.

7 x 3 = 21

~

Seven times three is (equivalent to) twenty one

 

6.

8 x 5 = 40

~

Eight multiplied by five is forty

 

7.

60 : 6 = 10

~

Sixty per six is ten

 

8.

75 : 3 = 25

~

Seventy five divided by three is twenty five

 

9.

90.25

~

Ninety point twenty five

 

10.

1/5

~

One the fifth

 

Activity 1

Match the statement in column A with statement in column B

A

B

  1. 1994

  2. 75 %

3. 85 kg

4. $ 36.50

5. 10.15 a.m.

6. 27 C

7. Apt. # 67

8. 829-5671

9. 700 m2

10. 100 mph

 

 

 

a. ten fifteen a.m.

b. apartment number sixty seven

c. seven hundre square meters

d. nineteen ninety four

 e. twenty seven degrees Celsius

f. seventy five percent

g. thirty six dollars and fifty cents

h. one hundred mile per hour

 i. eighty five kilograms

 j. eigh two nine, five six seven one

 

Activity 2

Read the following expression and say in English !

1.

15 + 10 = 25

6.

1000 x 4 = 4000

2.

100 x 15 = 1500

7.

17 + 5 = 22

3.

250 – 40 = 210

8.

45 – 12 = 33

4.

10000 : 4 = 2500

9.

70 – 50 = 20

5.

18 : 4 = 4.50

10.

19 x 15 = 285

 

Activity 3

FLIGHT SCHEDULE

ARRIVALS

 

DEPARTURES

Flight

From

Time

Gate

Status

Flight

To

Time

Gate

Status

AF25

Madrid

5:10

6

On time

JAL37

Tokyo

5:10

1

On time

QU27

Miami

5:05

8

On time

PA14

Dallas

5:15

2

Delayed

PA816

Lima

5:20

10

On time

PA712

Boston

5:36

14

On time

LH15

Dallas

5:36

11

On time

AF33

Paris

6:00

8

On time

AF742

Paris

6:40

9

On time

LH411

London

7:20

21

On time

LH211

London

7:15

4

On time

QU52

Lima

7:45

7

On time

PA903

Athens

7:55

6

On time

AF942

Rome

7:57

10

On time

 

Look at the flight Schedule above, answer the questions and make questions !

Example :

What time the flight number AF25 leaving? The flight number AF25 is leaving at 5 o’clock.

1. When does the flight number QU52 to Lima depart?

2. What gate does the flight to Paris leave?

3. What gate does the flight number to London arrive?

4. What number is the flight from London?

5. How is the status the flight number PA903?

6. It arrive at 5:36

7. The flight number PA712 departs at gate 14?

8. The flight arrives from Dallas?

9. What time is the flight number PA816 arrive?

10. It leaves at 7:20.

 

 Formative Test 1

I. Answer the following questions!

1. One point two plus one hundred and fifty six ……

2. One thousand, divided by six and a half is ……

3. Five point zero six times three point two is ……

4. One hundred and twenty three minus one hundred point zero seven is…

5. Two times three times four point three is ……

6. How many sisters/brothers do you have?

7. What time is it?

 8. How much is 4 added 4?

9. Do you know how much is 144 divided by 12?

10. Please tell me how much is 158 reduced by 60?

 

    Country, Nationality and Language

Learning target 2

At the classroom

English Learning Teaching Process At the classroom

To introduce students the expressions of telling about countries, nationalities, languages, and to respond with Yes/No statements.

Study The Table bellow:

I come from

I am a/an

I speak

COUNTRIES (NOUNS)

NATIONALITIES (ADJECTIVES)

LANGUAGES (ADJECTIVES

America

Australia

Argentina

Singapore

Thailand

Malaysia

Philippines

England

Italy

Indonesia

Sweden

Holland/Netherlands

China

Greece

Germany

Denmark

Switzerland

Poland

France

India

Japan

Norway

Russia

Spain

Egypt

American

Australian

Argentinean

Singaporean

Thai

Malaysian

Filipino

British

Italian

Indonesian

Swedish

Dutch

Chinese

Greek

German

Danish/Dane

Swiss

Polish

French

Indian

Japanese

Norwegian

Russian

Spanish

Egyptian

American

Australian/English

Argentineans

Singaporean

Thai

Malaysian

Filipino

British

Italian

Indonesian

Swedish

Dutch

Chinese

Greek

German

Danish

Swiss

Polish

French

Indian

Japanese

Norwegian

Russian

Spanish

Egyptian/Arabic

 

 

Grammar review

Yes/No Questions is the questions which preceded by Auxiliary verbs: 1). Verbs of be : am, are, is, were, was 2). Verbs of do : do, does, did. 3). Verbs of have : have, has, had. 4). Modals : will, may, can, should, could, would, etc. eg:

- Are you a student? Yes, I am/ No, I am not

- Is she a teacher? Yes, she is/ No, she Isn’t

- Do you like apple? Yes, I do/ No, I don’t

Activity 2 2). Give responses based on the following questions:

a. Are you American? Yes, ….. No, …..

b. Do you have any brothers or sisters?

c. Will you do your homework?

d. Can Ronaldo speak Portuguese?

e. Does your mother work in the hospital?

D. Formative test 2

1). If someone lives in England, what is her/his nationality?

2). If someone lives in Sweden, what language does he/she speak?

3). He’s from New York. He speaks ……

4). They are Chinese. They are from ……

5). She is from Rome. She is ……

6). Are you Indonesian? Yes, ……

7). Are they playing soccer? No, ……

8). Have you got married? No, ……

9). Does he read a novel? No, ……

10). Can you lend me a pencil? Yes, ……

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