English for Elementary School Teachers

Rp 35.000,-
TIM LC UMM
English for Specific
978-979-796-256-2
2015
450
pertama
16 x 23 cm

Sinopsis Buku

English for Language Learners is written to fulfill students' need in learning English for Specific Purposes. This book is designed to provide to provide an opportunity for students to develop their English skills more communicatively and meaningfully.
    This book consists of twenty eight units. Each unit presents reading, writing, and speaking sections. Reading section mainly consists of pre reading, reading comprehension, and vocabulary exercises related to the topic of the text. However, some reading sections have additional authentic text and its exercise. In writing section, some structure and sentence patterns are presented from the easiest to the most difficult exercises. Meanwhile, in speaking section, students are provided with models and examples followed by practical activities presented in various ways. The materials have been arranged and graded in accordance with students' language levels.
    To improve the quality of this textbook, criticisms and suggestions for better editions are highly appreciated.

Daftar isi

UNIT 1     SHORT BIOGRAPHY  1: NOAM CHOMSKY     4
    Writing a Self Introduction    6
    Self Introduction    12

UNIT 2    SHORT BIOGRAPHY 2 : I GUSTI NGURAH PUTU
    WIJAYA    19
    Writing About A Famous Figure    23
    Describing Famous Figure    26

UNIT 3    WHAT IS LANGUAGE?    31
    Writing A Curriculum Vitae    35
    Presenting A Curriculum Vitae    40

UNIT 4    THE BENEFITS OF LEARNING A SECOND
    LANGUAGE LEARNING    45
    Present Continuous Tense    52
    What Are You Doing?    55

UNIT 5    LANGUAGES OF INDONESIA    61
    Writing Daily Activities    66
    Telling Daily Activities    71

UNIT 6    ENGLISH AS A LINGUA FRANCA IN EDUCATION    77
    Writing Past Experience    82
    Telling An Unforgettable Moment    84

UNIT 7    LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE: FIVE MOST
    COMMON MISTAKES    91
    Writing An Informal Letter    96
    Polite Request    99

UNIT 8    CULTURE IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE AND
    TEACHING    103
    Public Notice    110
    Giving Announcement    114

UNIT 9    LANGUAGE ACQUISITION    121
    Writing A Personal Agenda    126
    Telling A Plan    130

UNIT 10    THE IMPORTANCE OF LISTENING    135
    Descriptive Writing    140
    Asking for and Giving Direction    145

UNIT 11    ENGLISH BORROWINGS IN INDONESIA    153
    Writing An Email    158
    Asking and Giving Information    159

UNIT 12    BABIES LEARN TO RECOGNIZE WORDS IN
    WOMB    165
    Presenting A Poster    171
    Poster Presentation    175

UNIT 13    THE DEVELOPMENT OF SLANG LANGUAGE
    AMONG INDONESIAN TEENAGERS    183
    Writing A Descriptive Paragraph    189
    Describing People, Place, and Thing    193
UNIT 14    THE FUTURE OF LANGUAGES AND DIVIERITY
    IN INDONESIA    199
    Making A Letter of Complaint    203
    Complaining    208

UNIT 15    EASY WAYS TO IMPROVE AND EXPAND YOUR     
    VOCABULARY: SEVEN TIPS FOR LEARNING
    NEW WORDS    217
    Writing A Report    221
    Reporting An Event    223

UNIT 16    TYPES OF POLYGLOT    230
    Writing A Company Profile    235
    Presenting Company Profile    241

UNIT 17    WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO LEARN ARABIC?    247
    Writing A Procedural Text    252
    Telling Procedural Steps    255

UNIT 18    THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ENGLISH AND    
    ARABIC    261
    Making Comparison    260
    Comparing Things    273

UNIT 19    THE GULLAH CREOLE LANGUAGE    279
    Writing Suggestion    284
    Giving Suggestions    285
UNIT 20    LANGUAGE MIXING IN CHILDREN GROWING     
    UP  BILINGUALLY    291
    Writing Recount Paragraph (Past Experience)    297
    Telling Past Experience    303

UNIT 21    HOW TO REALLY LEARN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE     
    WHILE YOU ARE SLEEPING    310
    Writing A Narrative Paragraph    314
    Telling An Interesting Story    316

UNIT 22    MASTERING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE    325
    Writing A News Item    329
    Reporting News    333

UNIT 23    LEARNING BAHASA INDONESIA: NON-
    NATIVE'S POINT OF VIEW    341
    Advertisement    346
    Describing A Company Profile    348

UNIT 24    ADJUSTING TO A NEW CULTURE    356
    Composing An Interview    363
    Conducting An Interview    367

UNIT 25     THE MOST USEFUL LANGUAGES TO LEARN    373
    Writing A Speech    378
    Delivering A Speech    382

UNIT 26    SHADOWING: A BETTER WAY TO LEARN A
    LANGUAGE    387
    Writing A Job Application Letter    390
    Job Interview    396
UNIT 27    THE DEVELOPMENT OF MALAY INTO BAHASA
    INDONESIA DURING THE DUTCH
    COLONIALISM  AND JAPANESE OCCUPATION    403
    Writing A Persuasive Essay    407
    Campaign    409

UNIT 28    JAVANESE LANGUAGE - AN OVERVIEW FOR
    FOREIGN PEOPLE    413
    Writing An Argumentative Paragraph    419
    Classroom Mini Debate    424

Bibliography     427