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3 STANDAR KOMPETEN SI MATERIMATERI TUJUA N KOMPETEN SI DASAR INDIKATO R

4 11. Memahami makna teks fungsional pendek dan esei sederhana berbentuk narrative, descriptive dan news item dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari dan untuk mengakses ilmu pengetahuan Membaca :

5 11.1 Merespon makna dalam teks fungsional pendek (misalnya pengumuman, iklan, undangan dll.) resmi dan tak resmi secara akurat, lancar dan berterima yang menggunakan ragam bahasa tulis dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari Membaca:

6 Mengidentifikasi gambaran umum teks tulis berbentuk news item (C-1) Menentukan makna kata-kata tertentu dalam teks tulis berbentuk news item (C-2) Menentukan rujukan kata-kata tertentu dalam teks tulis berbentuk news item (C-3) Menyusun beberapa paragraf menjadi sebuah teks tulis berbentuk news item (C-3) Menemukan informasi rinci tersurat dan tersirat dalam teks tulis berbentuk news item (C-4) Mengidentifikasi gambaran umum teks tulis berbentuk news item (C-1) Menentukan makna kata-kata tertentu dalam teks tulis berbentuk news item (C-2) Menentukan rujukan kata-kata tertentu dalam teks tulis berbentuk news item (C-3) Menyusun beberapa paragraf menjadi sebuah teks tulis berbentuk news item (C-3) Menemukan informasi rinci tersurat dan tersirat dalam teks tulis berbentuk news item (C-4)

7 IdentifyIdentify DetermineDetermine Find outFind out IdentifyIdentify DetermineDetermine Find outFind out AT THE END YOU COULD:

8 News item text Armstrong’s confession

9 Armstrong’s confession - 18 January 2013 Lance Armstrong, the former cycling champion, has admitted to using drugs to improve his performance for the first time. In an interview with Oprah Winfrey on her OWN Network, Armstrong said he had used drugs during all seven of his Tour de France wins, from 1999 to From Washington, here's the BBC's correspondent Ben Wright: headline Lead Byline

10 The confession took a long time to come. Despite being stripped of his Tour de France titles last year following a doping investigation, Lance Armstrong always denied cheating. But he had been lying. The 41-year-old American cyclist told Oprah Winfrey he used performance enhancing drugs in every Tour de France contest he won. He took banned substances and used blood transfusions to boost his performance. Without them, he said, it wouldn't have been possible to win. Armstrong said he kept repeating "one big lie" and conceded that his admission would be "too late" for most people. "All the fault and all the blame lies with me," Lance Armstrong said. But he claimed his actions had not felt like cheating at the time and denied having pressurised other members of his team to dope. Body Ending

11 Armstrong’s confession - 18 January 2013 Lance Armstrong, the former cycling champion, has admitted to using drugs to improve his performance for the first time. In an interview with Oprah Winfrey on her OWN Network, Armstrong said he had used drugs during all seven of his Tour de France wins, from 1999 to From Washington, here's the BBC's correspondent Ben Wright:

12 The confession took a long time to come. Despite being stripped of his Tour de France titles last year following a doping investigation, Lance Armstrong always denied cheating. But he had been lying. The 41- year-old American cyclist told Oprah Winfrey he used performance enhancing drugs in every Tour de France contest he won. He took banned substances and used blood transfusions to boost his performance. Without them, he said, it wouldn't have been possible to win.

13 Armstrong said he kept repeating "one big lie" and conceded that his admission would be "too late" for most people. "All the fault and all the blame lies with me," Lance Armstrong said. But he claimed his actions had not felt like cheating at the time and denied having pressurised other members of his team to dope.

14 Newspaper article The newspaper article has all of the important information in the opening paragraph. This information includes who, what, when, where, why and how. It is written this way because most people do not read an entire newspaper article all the way through. So newspaper writers put the most important information at the beginning.

15 A typical newspaper article contains five (5) parts: 1.Headline – tells what the story is about 2.Byline – shows who wrote the story 3.Lead – tells the most important facts (5 W’s) 4.Body – contains more information and details 5.Ending – gives something to think about

16 Match the vocabulary with the correct definitions and write Match the vocabulary with the correct definitions and write a – j next to the number 1 – confessiona. had taken away 2. stripped ofb. admission of guilt 3. dopingc. adding blood to a person's body 4. performance enhancing drugs d. substances used illegally to improve a sportsperson's ability 5. blood transfusions e. using drugs in sport 6. concededf. strongly tried to influence 7. admissiong. winning by dishonest means 8. blameh. responsibility for a bad or wrong act 9. cheatingi. acceptance of the truth 10. pressurizedj. accepted as true

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20 Match the vocabulary with the correct definitions and write Match the vocabulary with the correct definitions and write a – j next to the number 1 – confessiona. had taken away 2. stripped ofb. admission of guilt 3. dopingc. adding blood to a person's body 4. performance enhancing drugs d. substances used illegally to improve a sportsperson's ability 5. blood transfusions e. using drugs in sport 6. concededf. strongly tried to influence 7. admissiong. winning by dishonest means 8. blameh. responsibility for a bad or wrong act 9. cheatingi. acceptance of the truth 10. pressurizedj. accepted as true B B A A E E D D C C J J I I H H G G F F

21 Armstrong’s confession - 18 January 2013 Lance Armstrong, the former cycling champion, has admitted to using drugs to improve his performance for the first time. In an interview with Oprah Winfrey on her OWN Network, Armstrong said he had used drugs during all seven of his Tour de France wins, from 1999 to From Washington, here's the BBC's correspondent Ben Wright: Lance Armstrong, the former cycling champion, has admitted to using drugs to improve his performance for the first time BBC 's correspo ndent from 1999 to 200 5

22 The confession took a long time to come. Despite being stripped of his Tour de France titles last year following a doping investigation, Lance Armstrong always denied cheating. But he had been lying. The 41- year-old American cyclist told Oprah Winfrey he used performance enhancing drugs in every Tour de France contest he won. He took banned substances and used blood transfusions to boost his performance. Without them, he said, it wouldn't have been possible to win. Lance Armstrong substances and used blood transfu sions

23 Armstrong said he kept repeating "one big lie" and conceded that his admission would be "too late" for most people. "All the fault and all the blame lies with me," Lance Armstrong said. But he claimed his actions had not felt like cheating at the time and denied having pressurised other members of his team to dope.

24 Armstrong’s confession - 18 January 2013 Lance Armstrong, the former cycling champion, has admitted to using drugs to improve his performance for the first time. In an interview with Oprah Winfrey on her OWN Network, Armstrong said he had used drugs during all seven of his Tour de France wins, from 1999 to From Washington, here's the BBC's correspondent Ben Wright: headline Lead Byline

25 The confession took a long time to come. Despite being stripped of his Tour de France titles last year following a doping investigation, Lance Armstrong always denied cheating. But he had been lying. The 41-year-old American cyclist told Oprah Winfrey he used performance enhancing drugs in every Tour de France contest he won. He took banned substances and used blood transfusions to boost his performance. Without them, he said, it wouldn't have been possible to win. Armstrong said he kept repeating "one big lie" and conceded that his admission would be "too late" for most people. "All the fault and all the blame lies with me," Lance Armstrong said. But he claimed his actions had not felt like cheating at the time and denied having pressurised other members of his team to dope. Body Ending

26 Armstrong’s confession - 18 January 2013 Lance Armstrong, the former cycling champion, has admitted to using drugs to improve his performance for the first time. In an interview with Oprah Winfrey on her OWN Network, Armstrong said he had used drugs during all seven of his Tour de France wins, from 1999 to From Washington, here's the BBC's correspondent Ben Wright: using drugs to improve his performance

27 The confession took a long time to come. Despite being stripped of his Tour de France titles last year following a doping investigation, Lance Armstrong always denied cheating. But he had been lying. The 41- year-old American cyclist told Oprah Winfrey he used performance enhancing drugs in every Tour de France contest he won. He took banned substances and used blood transfusions to boost his performance. Without them, he said, it wouldn't have been possible to win. it wouldn't have been possible to win

28 OHOHe had used drugs during competition because he wanted to improve his performance. Or OIOIf he hadn’t used drugs it wouldn't have been possible to win the competition.

29 Do you have any questions?

30 What have we learnt today?

31 Homework OIOIdentify directed and reported speech Armstrong’s confession news OTOTransform directed into reported speech conversely

32 See you on next meeting Examination

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