GIVING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Introduction

INTRODUCTION

According to English rules, announcements in written form use two tenses, namely simple present tense and simple future tense. These two tenses are used in announcements because information on activities or events in the announcement will be carried out in the future, after the announcement is made and distributed.

Task

Process

Step 1 : Grouping 

make a group consisting of two students.

Step 2 : Event Announcement Independence day Competition.

Step 3 : How to give announcement 

to make announcement in correct English, it is necessary to pay attention to the type of tenses  used. Generally, the types of tenses used in making announcement in English are the present tenses and the simple future.

Step 4 : What is silent visual media? Silent visual media in the form of photos, illustrations, flash cards, selected pictures and stills, frame films, series films, OHP, graphics, charts, etc. Then make pictures in the form of giving Announcements that have been learned.

Step 5 : Created images (text) 

Draw a picture (text) based on the announcement you have made.

Evaluation

 

Bad (1 point)

Fair (2 points)

Good (3 points)

Excellent (4 points)

Clarity

The writing is awkwardung and incomprehensible every time

The writing is weirdan incomprehensible for some time

The writing sometimes awkward but always understandable

The writing clear and understandable at all times

Pronunciation

Student's pronunciation can't be understood

Student pronunciation makes understanding difficult

Students' pronunciation can be understood with some errors

Student pronunciation like a native speaker

Smoothness

Students don't make announcements clearly

Students show great difficulty in learningmake an announcement 

Students are able to do media dejust a little trouble

Students are able to do visual media  clearly without difficulty

Tone and Intonation

Students lack pitch and intonation at all. The speech is robotic and monotonous, showing no emotion or inflection at all

Students show slight changes in tone and intonation on the announcements they've made 

Students show good use of tone and intonation, but sometimes the tone or intonation does not match the context

Students demonstrate excellent use of tone and intonation. The tone and intonation match the contextformer writing

 

Contents

The writing of the announcement is not clear

Announcement writingslightly disjointed in content. Some, but not many target languages

Announcement writingcohesive: good use of the target language. Minor shortage of adjectives

Role playing is cohesive and contains all the necessary elements, including target language, adjectives and prices

Expression

Student awkward during write announcements

Student awkward during make announcement, but sometimes can show a little expression

Students show expressions during make an announcement, but some expressions don't fit the context

Students show expressions that are appropriate to the context during write announcements

quality

The picture quality is bad and not clear

Quality the picture is badyes, some pictures are not clearly visible 

Quality the picture nice, pictures and the writing clear, but there is a little noise

Quality the writingvery good. No problem withthe picture

Conclusion

Credits

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