English for Civic and Law

Rp 35.000,-
TIM LC UMM
English for Specific
978-979-796-254-8
2015
317
kedua
16 x 23 cm

Sinopsis Buku

English  for Civic and Law Education is written to fulfil students’ need to learn English as a preparatory for job communication. This book is designed to provide an opportunity to develop students’ English skills more communicatively and meaningfully.
    The book consists of fourteen units altogether. The first unit presents theories on  reading comprehension skills that encompass previewing, identifying the main ideas, using contexts for vocabulary, scanning for details, making inferences, and restating. The other units focus more on the exercises. In addition, there are also four units (unit four, seven, eleven, and fourteen) functioning as review units to measure students’ progress. The materials have been arranged and graded in  accordance with students’ English proficiency levels.
    To make this book have better quality, we call for criticisms and   suggestions.

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TABLE OF CONTENT

Unit 1     PANCASILA AS THE STATE AND NATIONAL
    IDEOLOGY    3
     Parts of Speech    7
     Self - Introduction    10

Unit 2    NATIONALISM VS PATRIOTISM    15
    Singular and Plural Nouns    17    My Daily Activities    20

Unit 3    KNOW YOUR RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS:     
    RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF CITIZENS    25
    Preposition    28
    Asking and Giving Direction    31

Unit 4    DEMOCRACY    35
    Modals    38
    My Hobby    41

Unit 5    HUMAN RIGHTS    45        Present Tense    48
    Telephoning    50

Unit 6    STATE LAW    55
    Activities in Progress    58
    A Parallel Story    60

Unit 7    INDONESIA: A NECKLACE OF EQUATORIAL            EMERALDS    65
    Short Biography    68
    My Unforgettable Experience    71

Unit 8    INDONESIA-NATIONAL DEFENSE AND INTERNAL
    SECURITY    75
    Future Tense    78
    An Inspiring Person    82

Unit 9    MORAL, VALUE, AND CULTURE    87
    Present Perfect Tense    90
    Have You Ever Been.....    92

Unit 10    THE FIRST GENERAL ELECTION IN INDONESIA    97
    Conjunctions    101
    News Reporting    102

Unit 11    VICTIMLESS CRIME    107
    Gerund    110
    Discussion    112

Unit 12    COUNTRY SOVEREIGNITY    117    Passive Voice    120
    Describing Process    123

Unit 13    CONSTITUTION    127
    Degree of Comparison    130
    Comparing Things    132

Unit 14    REGIONAL AUTONOMY    137
    Conditional Sentence    140
    Giving Opinion    143

Unit 15    TOLERANCE    147        Quantifiers: Some & Any; (A) Few / Little    150
    Handling a Message    152

Unit 16    RELIGIOUS VOWS    157    Noun Clause    160
    Describing People    164

Unit 17    SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT    169    Card Writing    172
    Planning an Event    175

Unit 18    INDONESIAN CYBER CRIME BILL TO SPARK
    DEBATE    179
    Personal Letter    183
    Making Request    187

Unit 19    CONSTITUTIONAL LAW    191
    An Invitation Letter    195
    Inviting Someone    198

Unit 20    THE RULES OF ETIQUETTE    203    Writing a Banner    207
    Welcoming Speech    209

Unit 21    RACISM    215
    Paragraph Outlining    219
    Arguing    222
Unit 22    INDEPENDENCE DAY    227
    Inquiry Letter    230
    Promoting Product    234

Unit 23    RELIGION IN INDONESIA    229
    A Letter  of Order    243
    Poster Presentation    245

Unit 24    INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS    251
    Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)    254
    Offering and Answering Help    256

UNIT25    CULTURE    263        Writing Notice for Public Areas    267
    Giving Advice    269

Unit 26    SPECIAL REGION IN INDONESIA -YOGYAKARTA    273
    Writing a Pamphlet    276
    Problem Solving    279

Unit 27    CAPITALISM    283
    Cuerriculum Vitae    286
    Master of Ceremony    269

Unit 28    A DUAL CITIZEN    295
    An Application Letter    298
    Job Interview    302

BIBLOGRAPHY    307