KEMENTERIAN  AGAMA

KOMPETISI MADRASAH ALIYAH TINGKAT KOTA YOGYAKARTA

Kesekretariatan : MAN YOGYAKARTA I

Jl. C. Simanjuntak No. 60 Telp. (0274) 513327 Yogyakarta

 

 

PERATURAN LOMBA PIDATO BAHASA INGGRIS

 

  1. Tema pidato “Membangun  Generasi yang Berkarakter”, materi lomba disertai dengan landasan / kutipan Al-Qur’an dan Hadits
  2. Waktu penampilan 10 s/d 12 menit
    1. Tanda ketukan 2 X menunjukkan waktu tinggal 2 menit
    2. Tanda ketukan 3 X menunjukkan waktu habis
    3. Setiap peserta tampil secara bergantian sesuai undian
    4. Menyerahkan teks lomba pidato pada dewan juri sebelum lomba di mulai
    5. Kriteria penilaian
      1. Fluency
      2. Pronounciation
      3. Performance
      4. Content
      5. Perserta memakai baju batik bebas dan bersepatu
      6. Peserta wajib membawa pas foto 3 X 4 untuk di tempel pada cocard
      7. Jika ada nilai sama, peserta dengan nilai sama di minta tampil dengan materi bebas
      8. Keputusan dewan juri bersifat mutlak dan tidak dapat di ganggu gugat

 

 

                                                                                                          Team dewan juri pidato bahasa Inggris

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KEMENTERIAN  AGAMA

KOMPETISI MADRASAH ALIYAH TINGKAT KOTA YOGYAKARTA

Kesekretariatan : MAN YOGYAKARTA I

Jl. C. Simanjuntak No. 60 Telp. (0274) 513327 Yogyakarta

 

 

PERATURAN LOMBA PUITISASI AL QUR’AN

 

  1. Materi lomba diambil dari surat-surat Al-Qur’an Juz 30 (Juz Amma)
  2. Diikuti secara perorangan. Setiap madrasah mengirimkan 2 peserta (1 putra dan 1 putri )
  3. Peserta membawa Al-Qur’an dan terjemahannya
  4. Lama mencipta puisi 60 menit
  5. Penentuan giliran tampil dilakukan sebelum acara musabaqah
  6. Setiap peserta tampil secara bergantian sesuai urutan tampil
  7. Waktu penampilan maksimal 10 menit
  8. Peserta tidak perlu menyampaikan ucapan salam di awal dan akhir penampilan
  9. Peserta dengan nilai tertinggi dinyatakan sebagai pemenang
  10. Kriteria penilaian :
    1. Kedalaman isi kandungan puisi
    2. Keindahan penggunaan bahasa
    3. Keaslian puisi
    4. Keluwesan penampilan meliputi : adab, intonasi dan penghayatan
    5. Keputusan dewan juri bersifat mutlak dan tidak bisa digangngu gugat 

                                                                                                         

                                        

                                                                                     Team dewan juri, pidato bahasa Inggris

 

 

Text Based Approach for Learning English in High Schoo

It’s time to go to school again. After getting the holiday, day off in learning text genres, it’s time to learn several kinds of text again.

Learning English for high school is designed with the concept of text-based approach. There are several kinds of text which are learnt by students of high school. The texts are learnt as the functional language for students’ daily communication. Of course, learning English in high school does not forget to learn some grammar and structure, tenses, vocabularies, etc. However, these elements of English is not taught separately.

The texts which should be learnt by students of high school cover four fields of functional language. They are:

1. Procedural text. It includes procedure and explanation texts

2. Informational text. It has four varieties. They are descriptive text, report, news item, and review

3. Story text. This story text covers narrative text, spoof, and recount

4. Persuasive text. It includes analytical exposition, hortatory exposition, and discussion text.

The four main texts are learnt with other functional texts, such as, advertisement, invitation, announcement, banner, poster, and pamphlet. Well, now we are ready to learn text types again.

Read the other examples:

Abstract on Text Types

* Text Types in Non-Fiction Writing
* Time to learn Text Types again
* Text Types in Three Main Genres
* Back to School Back to Learn Text Types
* TEXT TYPES; a complete overview
* Understanding Types of Text
* Classification Essay – Everything You Need to Know

TEXT TYPES; a complete overview

Based on generic structure and language feature dominantly used, texts are divided into several types. They are narrative, recount, descriptive, report, explanation, analytical exposition, hortatory exposition, procedure, discussion, review, anecdote, spoof, and news item. These variations are known as GENRES.

NARRATIVE

Purpose: To amuse/entertain the readers and to tell a story

Generic Structure:

1. Orientation

2. Complication

3. Resolution

4. Reorientation

Dominant Language Features:

1. Using Past Tense

2. Using action verb

3. Chronologically arranged

RECOUNT

Purpose:of Recount is to retell something that happened in the past and to tell a series of past event

Generic Structure:

1. Orientation

2. Event(s)

3. Reorientation

Dominant Language Features:

1. Using Past Tense

2. Using action verb

3. Using adjectives

Narrative and recount in some ways are similar. Both are telling something in the past so narrative and recount usually apply PAST TENSE; whether Simple Past Tense, Simple Past Continuous Tense, or Past Perfect Tense. The ways narrative and recount told are in chronological order using time or place. Commonly narrative text is found in story book; myth, fable, folklore, etc while recount text is found in biography.

The thing that makes narrative and recount different is the structure in which they are constructed. Narrative uses conflicts among the participants whether natural conflict, social conflict or psychological conflict. In some ways narrative text combines all these conflicts. In the contrary, we do not find these conflicts inside recount text. Recount applies series of event as the basic structure

DESCRIPTIVE

Purpose: to describe a particular person, place or thing in detail.

Dominant Generic Structure:

1. Identification

2. Description

Language Features:

1. Using Simple Present Tense

2. Using action verb

3. Using adverb

4. Using special technical terms

REPORT

Purpose: to presents information about something, as it is.

Generic Structure

1. General classification

2. Description

Dominant Language Feature

1. Introducing group or general aspect

2. Using conditional logical connection

3. Using Simple Present Tense

EXPLANATION

Purpose: To explain the processes involved in the formation or working of natural or socio-cultural phenomena.

Generic Structure:

1. General statement

2. Explanation

3. Closing

Dominant Language Features:

1. Using Simple Present Tense

2. Using action verbs

3. Using passive voice

4. Using noun phrase

5. Using adverbial phrase

6. Using technical terms

7. Using general and abstract noun

8. Using conjunction of time and cause-effect.

ANALYTICAL EXPOSITION

Purpose: To reveal the readers that something is the important case

Generic Structure:

1. Thesis

2. Arguments

3. Reiteration/Conclusion

Dominant Language Features:

1. Using modals

2. Using action verbs

3. Using thinking verbs

4. Using adverbs

5. Using adjective

6. Using technical terms

7. Using general and abstract noun

8. Using connectives/transition

HORTATORY EXPOSITION

Purpose: to persuade the readers that something should or should not be the case or be done

Generic Structure:

1. Thesis

2. Arguments

3. Recommendation

Dominant Language features:

1. Using Simple Present Tense

2. Using modals

3. Using action verbs

4. Using thinking verbs

5. Using adverbs

6. Using adjective

7. Using technical terms

8. Using general and abstract noun

9. Using connectives/transition

Then what is the basic difference between analytical and hortatory exposition. In simple word. Analytical is the answer of “How is/will” while hortatory is the answer of “How should”. Analytical exposition will be best to describe “How will student do for his examination? The point is the important thing to do. But for the question” How should student do for his exam?” will be good to be answered with hortatory. It is to convince that the thing should be done

PROCEDURE

Purpose: to help readers how to do or make something completely

Generic Structure:

1. Goal/Aim

2. Materials/Equipments

3. Steps/Methods

Dominant Language Features:

1. Using Simple Present Tense

2. Using Imperatives sentence

3. Using adverb

4. Using technical terms

DISCUSSION

Purpose: to present information and opinions about issues in more one side of an issue (‘For/Pros’ and ‘Against/Cons’)

Generic Structure:

1. Issue

2. Arguments for and against

3. Conclusion

Dominant Language Features:

1. Using Simple Present Tense

2. Use of relating verb/to be

3. Using thinking verb

4. Using general and abstract noun

5. Using conjunction/transition

6. Using modality

7. Using adverb of manner

REVIEW

Purpose: to critique or evaluate an art work or event for a public audience

dominant Generic Structure:

1. Orientation

2. Evaluation

3. Interpretative Recount

4. Evaluation

5. Evaluative Summation

Dominant Language features:

1. Focus on specific participants

2. Using adjectives

3. Using long and complex clauses

4. Using metaphor

ANECDOTE

Purpose: to share with others an account of an unusual or amusing incident

Generic Structure:

1. Abstract

2. Orientation

3. Crisis

4. Reaction

5. Coda.

Dominant Language Features:

1. Using exclamations, rhetorical question or intensifiers

2. Using material process

3. Using temporal conjunctions

SPOOF

Purpose: to tell an event with a humorous twist and entertain the readers

Generic Structure:

1. Orientation

2. Event(s)

3. Twist

Dominant Language Features:

1. Using Past Tense

2. Using action verb

3. Using adverb

4. Chronologically arranged

NEWS ITEM

Purpose: to inform readers about events of the day which are considered newsworthy or important

Dominant Generic Structure:

1. Newsworthy event(s)

2. Background event(s)

3. Sources

Dominant Language Features:

1. Short, telegraphic information about story captured in headline

2. Using action verbs

3. Using saying verbs

4. Using adverbs : time, place and manner.

Read the other examples:

Abstract on Text Types

* Text Based Approach for Learning English in High School
* Text Types in Non-Fiction Writing
* Time to learn Text Types again
* Text Types in Three Main Genres
* Back to School Back to Learn Text Types
* Understanding Types of Text
* Classification Essay – Everything You Need to Know

Analytical Exposition

* Controlling Children Using Computer
* The Power of Music in our life
* Text Types in Non-Fiction Writing
* The Advantages of Gold Coin Investment
* Text Types in Three Main Genres
* The Importance of Exercise as Example of Analytical Exposition
* Fast Food in Example of Analytical Exposition
* Contoh/Example of Analytical Exposition about Being Fat
* Analytical Exposition Sample in Learning English
* Analytical Exposition Sample on Accredited School
* Example of Analytical Exposition in Jakarta Issue
* Is Smoking Good for Us?; Example of Analytical Exposition
* Opportunity in the Global Financial Crisis; example of analytical exposition
* Laptop as Students’ Friend
* Career in Translation

Anecdote

* Contoh Text Anecdote SNAKE IN THE BATHROOM
* From Bankrupt Candle to Best Seller Soap; an Anecdote Text Example
* Spoof Text is Different from Anecdote Text
* Blessing behind Tragedy; an anecdote text
* What is Anecdote?

Descriptive

* Example of Short Descriptive Text about Jakarta
* More Explanation on the Difference between Report and Descriptive Text
* Descriptive Text about Cleopatra
* The Descriptive Facts about the Moon
* The Best Example of Descriptive Text about a Cat
* Text Types in Three Main Genres
* Contoh/Example of Descriptive Text about Taj Mahal
* Descriptive Text on Jatim Park
* Marsupial Mammal; EXAMPLE OF DESCRIPTIVE TEXT
* My Friend’s New Shoes
* The Differences between Report and Descriptive Text
* Borobudur Temple; a descriptive text
* What is Descriptive Text?

Discussion

* Example of Discussion Text “The Advantages and Disadvantages of Homeschooling”
* Example of Discussion Text “The Advantage and Disadvantage of the Internet”
* After High School; an Example of Discussion Text
* Example of Discussion Text “School Uniform”
* Text Types in Non-Fiction Writing
* The Advantages and Disadvantages of Home Office
* National Exam in Pros and Cons
* Gift Cards Bring Advantages and Disadvantages
* Text Types in Three Main Genres
* Discussion Text Sample on Distance Learning
* Reading Discussion Text
* Example of Discussion Text on Nuclear Power
* Hunting Fox; a discussion text
* What is Discussion?

Explanation

* Text Types in Non-Fiction Writing
* Contoh Explanation Text tentang Venus Eclipse
* Explanation Text about How Rain Happens
* Explanation Text about How Cell Phones Work
* Text Types in Three Main Genres
* Seasons as Example of Explanation Text
* Contoh / Example of Explanation Text about Earthquake
* Contoh / Example of Explanation Text about Bali Island
* HOW FUEL WARNING LIGHT WORK; an example of explanation text
* Flying Kites as Example of Explanation
* CANCER; Example of Explanation Text
* Do You Know Why Eiffel Tower was Built?; Explanation Sample
* Explanation Text Sample about Roman Road
* How Chocolate is made; an Example of Explanation text
* Between Explanation and Procedure Text

Hortatory Exposition

* Example of Hortatory Exposition in “Online Job”
* Text Types in Non-Fiction Writing
* Accessory for Vehicle Front Section
* Example of Hortatory Text about Proposing Gesang as National Hero
* Example of Hortatory Text in Tourism Benefit on Local People
* Example of Hortatory Text in Letter to Editor
* Text Types in Three Main Genres
* USE ENGLISH! Hortatory Sample
* Should not Bring Mobile Phone to School; a Hortatory Text Sample
* NEVER TRY SMOKING; a Hortatory Sample
* Hortatory Example in Wearing Helmet
* Reading Hortatory Text
* Hortatory Example in Public Awareness
* Example of Hortatory Exposition in Watching TV
* More Dust Bins is Cleaner; example of hortatory

Narrative

* Narrative Text: Love Story of Antony and Cleopatra
* Narrative in Love Story “Naruto and Hinata”
* Kinds of Narrative
* Contoh / Example of Narrative Text “The Story of Lake Toba”
* Narrative Text and Most Dominant Language Features
* Narrative Text with Direct Speeches in the Story of Monkey and Crocodile
* Narrative Text in Romeo and Juliet’s Romantic and Tragic Story
* Text Types in Three Main Genres
* Example of Narrative Text in the Legend of Tangkuban Perahu
* Kite’s Tale as Example of Narrative
* Narrative Analysis on Malin Kundang Story
* Reading a Narrative
* Narrative Example in Arabian Story
* Example of Narrative Text; The Smartest Parrot
* Story of Narrative Text

News Item

* “Two Tibetan Monks Receive Prison Terms” A News Item Text
* Tornado strikes South Bandung “A News Item Text”
* “Bear Killed Old Man at Yellowstone Park” News Item
* A News Item ‘Giant Wombat Skeleton Found’
* Stoner wins Catalunya Grand Prix; News Item Sample
* News Item Sample “Icelandic Volcano Eruption”
* Contoh News Item “Royal Honeymoon Begins”
* Contoh News Item “Indonesian Sailors Freed by Pirate”
* Contoh News Item Text “Student Found Dead”
* Example of News Item in ” Picking up Hostages from Somali Pirate”
* Contoh News Item Text tentang Camp Rock 2 The final Jam
* News Item about Man Push Van off Train Railroad
* Understanding News Item Text
* Growing Student Smoking as Example of News Item Text
* The Clear Example of News Item Text about Landslide

Procedure

* Procedure / Instruction Text – How To Tie a Neck Tie
* How to Make Ice Cream ” example of Procedure Text”
* How to Iron a Shirt , Another Example of “Procedure Text”
* Making Apple Juice ” Example of Procedure Text”
* Contoh Procedure Text-How to Make the Meatballs
* How to Boil Egg as Example of Procedure text
* Procedure Text in Making Candles
* Contoh/Example of Procedure Text in Making Kite
* Contoh/Example of Procedure Text in Installing SIM Card
* Between Explanation and Procedure Text
* Planting Chilies; a procedure text
* Writing For Business; a procedure text
* What is Procedure?

Recount

* Example of Recount “My Fantastic Holiday”
* Contoh Recount text ” Short Biography of Kurt Cobain”
* Example of Recount Text “Biography of Marion Barber”
* Recount Text “Biography of Albert Einstein”
* Contoh Recount Text – Recounting Horror Experience
* Text Types in Non-Fiction Writing
* Text Types in Three Main Genres
* Recount Example in Journalist’s Diary
* Spoof and Recount Text; What Makes them Different?
* Vacation to London; the clear example of recount text
* Between Recount and Narrative
* Visiting Bali; a recount text
* My Horrible Experience; a recount text
* What is Recount?
* An Example of Recount text being practiced in the class:
*

Report

* Birds “Example of Report Text”
* Example of Report Text about Animal “Tyrannosaurus Rex”
* TELEVISION “Example of Report Text and Generic Structure”
* Simple and Clear Example of Report Text “Football”
* Text Types in Non-Fiction Writing
* More Explanation on the Difference between Report and Descriptive Text
* Example of Report Text about Mangrove Trees
* ELEPHANTS as Example of Report Text
* Text Types in Three Main Genres
* Example of Report Text in Earthquake
* Tornadoes as Example of Report Text
* Example of Report Text about Volcano
* Contoh/Example of Report Text in Komodo
* Human Body Energy as EXAMPLE OF REPORT
* The Differences between Report and Descriptive Text

Review

* Example of Review Text in 2012 Movie
* Zenni Optical; a site for eyeglasses
* Business Loan Program
* Career in Translation
* Structuring the Product Review Text
* Good Translation
* a TAMM Creation
* All about Ohio Sports
* Recording Mommy Journey
* Making Money Online
* Good Young Mother
* An Attractive Motherly Blog
* A Site from Reog Boy
* Recommended Software Applications
* Guide to Japanese Pop Culture

Spoof

* Example of Spoof “What Time is It?”
* Example of Spoof text with Ironic Twist
* “The Perfect Husband” as Example of Spoof Text
* Spoof Example “Honey What is for Supper?”
* Twist in Spoof Text
* Contoh Spoof Text “The Necklace”
* Spoof Text is Different from Anecdote Text
* Goat Jumping into Deep Hole as EXAMPLE OF SPOOF TEXT
* Example of Spoof Text in Story of Spying Parrot
* It’s Time to Go to School! Short Example of Spoof Text
* Loving Money Too Much; Example of Spoof
* Example of Spoof Text in Funny Story
* Spoof and Recount Text; What Makes them Different?
* “That Phone is Off” ; example of spoof
* Saved by Stilts; a spoof text

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CINDERELLA STORY; the Clearest Example of Narrative Text

CINDERELLA
Once upon a time, there was a young girl named Cinderella. She lived with her step mother and two step sisters.
The step mother and sisters were conceited and bad tempered. They treated Cinderella very badly. Her step mother made Cinderella do the hardest works in the house; such as scrubbing the floor, cleaning the pot and pan and preparing the food for the family. The two step sisters, on the other hand, did not work about the house. Their mother gave them many handsome dresses to wear.
One day, the two step sister received an invitation to the ball that the king’s son was going to give at the palace. They were excited about this and spent so much time choosing the dresses they would wear. At last, the day of the ball came, and away went the sisters to it. Cinderella could not help crying after they had left.
“Why are crying, Cinderella?” a voice asked. She looked up and saw her fairy godmother standing beside her, “because I want so much to go to the ball” said Cinderella. “Well” said the godmother,”you’ve been such a cheerful, hardworking, uncomplaining girl that I am going to see that you do go to the ball”.
Magically, the fairy godmother changed a pumpkin into a fine coach and mice into a coachman and two footmen. Her godmother tapped Cinderella’s raged dress with her wand, and it became a beautiful ball gown. Then she gave her a pair of pretty glass slippers. “Now, Cinderella”, she said; “You must leave before midnight”. Then away she drove in her beautiful coach.
Cinderella was having a wonderfully good time. She danced again and again with the king’s son. Suddenly the clock began to strike twelve, she ran toward the door as quickly as she could. In her hurry, one of her glass slipper was left behind.
A few days later, the king’ son proclaimed that he would marry the girl whose feet fitted the glass slipper. Her step sisters tried on the slipper but it was too small for them, no matter how hard they squeezed their toes into it. In the end, the king’s page let Cinderella try on the slipper. She stuck out her foot and the page slipped the slipper on. It fitted perfectly.
Finally, she was driven to the palace. The king’s son was overjoyed to see her again. They were married and live happily ever after.

Notes on Generic Structure of Narrative Text
Orientation: it means to introduce the participants or the characters of the story with the time and place set. Orientation actually exists in every text type though it has different term. In this story, the first paragraph is clearly seen to introduce the participants of the Cinderella Story. They were Cinderella her self as the main character of the story, her step mother which treated Cinderella badly, and her steps sister which supported her mother to make Cinderella was treated very badly. Cinderella was introduced as a hero in this story. She struggled against the bad treatment from her step mother and sisters.
Complication: it is such the crisis of the story. If there is not the crisis, the story is not a narrative text. In a long story, the complication appears in several situations. It means that some time there is more then one complication. In this Cinderella story, we can see clearly that there are Major Complication and Minor Complication.
The second paragraph is the major complication of this Cinderella story. Cinderella got bad treatment from her stepmother. It is the bad crisis which drives into several minor complications which Cinderella has to overcome.
Resolution: it is the final series of the events which happen in the story. The resolution can be good or bad. The point is that it has been accomplished by the characters. Like complication, there are Major Resolution and Minor Resolution.
In the last paragraph, it is said that finally Cinderella lived happily. It is the happy resolution of the bad treatment.

41 COMMENTS:

Anonymous said…
terima kasih banyak… ini sangat membantu!

19/12/08 3:56 PM
Anonymous said…
isi blognya bagus loh!

19/12/08 3:57 PM
BLUDUS said…
Thank for dropping in. Blog ini berisi contoh bentuk-bentuk text narrative, explanation, analytical exposition, hortatory etc, includes generic structure and language feature

24/12/08 3:23 PM
CaHy0 said…
Nice sTory,,,,
ThanKz bnGtz yacH,,,UdacH d kcIh GenerIc strucTure nYa jG,,,

18/2/10 10:23 PM
perisai said…
thnks bgd ni..
you;re blog is so helpful:)

27/2/10 4:58 PM
chiisami said…
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27/2/10 5:00 PM
Anonymous said…
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10/4/10 11:48 AM
Anonymous said…
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16/4/10 11:50 PM
caca said…
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20/7/10 4:21 PM
Anonymous said…
makasih banget bod narrative story!!!

ngebantu gw bod kerjain tugas bahasa Inggris!!!

thx a lot!!!
:))

21/7/10 6:15 PM
Anonymous said…
ad yang laen ga gan ???

mksudnya contoh yang lain

3/9/10 6:01 PM
dodot said…
iya contoh yang lain dong tentang narrative text

3/9/10 10:18 PM
Admin said…
blog ini sudah berisi banyak sekali tentang contoh narrative text, dan juga bentuk text yang lain. Contoh-contoh text narrative ini semoga bisa menjadi referensi unutk meningkatkan pemahaman text narrative hususnya dan text genres yang lain

11/9/10 10:18 PM
Anonymous said…
Wowww banyak sekali contoh text narrative nya…..

2/10/10 10:45 PM
Admin said…
thank you for coming. this understanding types of text provide a lot of enough example of kind of text. Hopefully it can helps students to understand English text types

3/10/10 10:24 PM
rizki said…
wow this is good website

28/12/10 10:47 AM
Anonymous said…
Apa se yext narrative itu? Apa sama dengan text cerita?

16/1/11 6:20 PM
blog narative said…
Namba aja, teks narrative emang identik dengan cerita. Narrative Text adalah teks yang berisi tentang sebuah cerita atau dongeng (bisa berupa cerita rakyat (folktale), cerita binatang (fable), Legenda (legend), cerita pendek, dll). Di dalamnya terdapat konflik/puncak masalah yang diikuti dengan penyelesaian. Konflik ini menjadi pembeda text narrative dengan jenis text lain nya. Fungsi utama teks ini adalah untuk menghibur pembaca

16/1/11 6:24 PM
Admin said…
blog ini juga ada Contoh / Narrative Text in “Romeo and Juliet’s Romantic and Tragic Story”

17/1/11 8:28 PM
Anonymous said…
contoh text narrative nya banyak bnget, ada yang tentang cerita rakyat jawa gak?

19/1/11 11:52 PM
Anonymous said…
Contoh narrative text “Cinderella Story” ini akan lebih bagus kalau disertai dengan ilustrasi gambar. Supaya bisa membantu pemahaman tentang text bahasa Inggris nya

26/1/11 12:35 AM
tono said…
Thank untuk contoh text narrative nya “The story of Cinderella” Jadi inget filmnya Julia Robbert “pretty Woman”.he.he..It’s wonderful story. The story of Cinderella can motivate us to fight to catch the brighter future to be better person and to be happy

29/1/11 2:57 PM
ardi said…
thanks alot, sorry copas..hehe

19/3/11 1:39 PM
Admin said…
Contoh berikut bagus juga untuk text narrative.
It was a warm day in March. I was very
excited. The day had finally come. I was
in the rowing team for the Olympics. I
got up very early and exercised as
always. Then after breakfast I drove to
Drummoyne. My team arrived and at last it was time to start. Ready, set and the starting gun went
off. We began in the third position and
were slowly moving closer. There they
were. We could see the second boat
and then we did it. We moved past. My arms were aching.
My whole body was sore but we all
rowed harder. The first boat was just in front I saw a
dark shadow near the boat. I looked
again. What was it? I was sure it was
the shape of a cigar. ‘Oh my God’, I thought, ‘I must be seeing things. A shark in Parramata River? Impossible!’ Just then I pulled my oar out of the
water. ‘Oh no, why only half?’ I thought. Then I knew. I shouted to my team,
‘Shark! Shark!’ and suddenly we forgot the race. We rowed faster than ever
back to shore. We made it. Phew, we
were safe!.
contoh ini agak beda dengan contoh text narrative lainnya. contohn ini based on the self experirnce

9/4/11 6:30 PM
Anonymous said…
ada lagi gak spoof nya udah pada dipake ma temen ?? tolong bantuanya ..

22/4/11 10:41 PM
Admin said…
Contoh-contoh text spoof yang ada di blog ini:
* Contoh Spoof Text “The Necklace”
* Goat Jumping into Deep Hole as EXAMPLE OF SPOOF TEXT
* Example of Spoof Text in Story of Spying Parrot
* It’s Time to Go to School! Short Example of Spoof Text
* Loving Money Too Much; Example of Spoof
* “That Phone is Off” ; example of spoof
* Saved by Stilts; a spoof text
* Private Conversation; a spoof text
* Nasreddin’s Coat; a spoof text
* Penguin in the Park; a spoof text

Penjelasan tentang text spoof; apa dan bagaimana teks spoof itu:
* What is Spoof?
* Spoof and Recount Text; What Makes them Different?
* Spoof Text is Different from Anecdote Text
* Twist in Spoof Text
* TEXT TYPES; a complete overview

22/4/11 11:52 PM
Anonymous said…
WOW BANYAK BANGET CONTOH TEXT NARRATIVE NYA….SEKEDAR USUL, CONTOH COTOH TEXT NARRATIVE TERSEBUT AKAN LEBOIH SISTEMATIS KALAU DI BEDAKAN TYPE NYA. MISALKAN CONTOH TEXT NARRATIVE FABLE, ROMANTIS, TRAGIC, CERITA RAKYA, MITOS, CERITA HAYALAN DAN LAINYA. cONTOH TEXT NARRATIVENY UDA BANYAK DAN MASIH DALAM 1 KATEGORY NARRATIVE SAJA. USUL AJA LO…HEHEHHEH. tHANK YA ATAS POSTING YANG BERGUNA INI

26/4/11 9:52 PM
Anonymous said…
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19/7/11 4:34 PM
Anonymous said…
thank you very much about naritive text…

5/8/11 8:13 PM
Anonymous said…
thank you for sharing the types of text. the articles and examples are really helpful.

23/8/11 10:40 AM
Anonymous said…
This example of narrative is about the story of famous Cinderella. Why is this story of Cinderella categorized in narrative? As we all know that narrative and recount is retelling an account of experience; imaginary or factual. Both tell what happened. However the narrative story consists of some conflicts which lead the plot running smoothly. Meanwhile a recount text will narrates about some events in chronological order

1/11/11 8:32 PM
Anonymous said…
ada yang tahu cerita tentang butterflies???

24/11/11 8:06 PM
Admin said…
I find the source of good story of butterflies. This story is about THE LEGEND OF BUTTERFLY. go to http://www.suite101.com/article.cfm/folklore/45674

24/11/11 9:23 PM
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3/12/11 8:42 AM
Anonymous said…
mkanya bnyak baca banyak tau kalau tidak banyak baca tidak banyak tau, tidak banyak tau mnuju kebodohn

6/12/11 11:02 PM
Admin said…
thank all for visiting, the point is reading. All we need just reading. The more we read, the more we know. Read everything we can, book, natural phenomenon, social clues. And reading story is both entertaing and learning certain lesson.We will realize that life is wonderful

7/12/11 4:10 PM
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19/12/11 4:04 PM
D’Jingga said…
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1/1/12 8:31 PM
Anonymous said…
tolong ditambah dong message, letter, e-mail, advertisement, brochure, terimakasih

22/1/12 11:44 AM
malika said…
can you give the example quetion and the answer
please give me it

25/1/12 11:57 AM
Admin said…
I’m sorry. I have not provided each text sample with questions and answers yet. I know such samples of questions and answers are best for learning and understanding for each text. However the common question following each text types will be like; the general idea, detail information, certain information and synonym an antonym for certain word. It will be further posts for this blog. thank you

25/1/12 6:48 PM

 

 

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Tornado strikes South Bandung “A News Item Text”

This is another example of news item text. For more news item samples, read news item label. The news item text below is about natural disaster, tornado. If you want to know the post about tornado which is categorized as a report text, read Tornadoes as example of Report Text. Mini-tornado, hail strikes South Bandung A “mini-tornado” coupled with a hail storm hit some areas in South Bandung on Wednesday afternoon for approximately 30 minutes. The weather panicked residents as hail stones penetrated corrugated iron rooftops. The wind swirled things around while hail stones made thudding sounds on our roof. Residents reported that the authorities had shut down the electricity in the area to prevent short circuits “There was no sign of rain. All of a sudden, we saw dark clouds above followed by strong winds. Afterwards, it rained hard with hail stones,” said a resident. This News item sample is arranged from: http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2011/08/31/mini-tornado-hail-strikes-south-bandung.html

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