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✔️✅Kunci jawaban yang tepat dan benar sanagtlah penting di berikan, hal ini dikarenakan dengan adanya pembahasan kunci jawaban yang tepat dan bennar akan membantu adik adik dalam menyelesaiakn tugas yang di berikan oleh guru dengan tepat waktu dan dapat memperoleh nilai yang memuaskan.

Untuk itulah kami dalam menjawab semua tugas yang di berikan oleh guru kami menjawabnya dengan bersunguh sunguh kami menjabnya bukan asal aslan, melaikan kami terlebih dahulu membaca dan memahami apa yang diinginkan oleh soal.

Barulah kemudian kami berusha menjawabn semaksimal yang kami bisa, tak jarang juga kamiberusha mencari sumber sumber lain supaya kami dapat membandingkan jawaban yang kami buat dengan jawaban orang lain sehingga menurut kami, inilah jawaban yang laing tepat dan benar.

Untuk itu kami hadir unruk membantu temen temen dalam menyelesaiakn tugas yang di berikan oleh dengan cara kami membuat pembahasan mengnai kunci jawaban yang tepat sanagtlah perlu di berikan hal ini memang perlu karena bersangkutan dengan nilai yang di peroleh nantinya, namun sebelum masuk ke pembahasan kami ingin memberikan pembahasan yang lainya yang mmungkin di butuhkan oleh teman-teman

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C Post-Reading Activity

Read the questions carefully. Note down your opinions and reactions to the
questions. During the discussion with your teacher and classmates, offer your
personal reaction and understanding of the text.

1. Do you think bullying is a serious issue in your school? Give reasons tosupport your opinion.

Kunci jawaban:

Bullying is a very serious issue, not only in my school but in other schools as well because bullying hurts people, both physically and emotionally, and potentially destroys their futures.

2. Did this opinion article raise/change your awareness about bullying?Please explain.

Kunci jawaban:

Yes, it did because I can understand more about the negative impacts of bullying and how to prevent them.

3. Do you think it is necessary to educate people on issue of bullying? Why?Give reasons to support your opinion.

Kunci jawaban:

 It is indeed necessary because most people don’t realize how bad the impacts of bullying are, and we sometimes think of it as a “joke” to prank our friends or just to have fun, while in fact someone’s getting hurt because of this act.

4. Do you think bullying should be declared as punishable crime? Givereasons to support your answer.

Kunci jawaban:

 Physical bullying is easier to trace and to be punished but emotional bullying like shaming someone (meledek) is more difficult to track.

5. Discuss the article on bullying in a group? Does it change your perspective on bullying or not? Give reasons to support your answers.

Kunci jawaban:

Discuss it with your group.

6. Are you aware of cyber bullying? Do you think it is worse than physical bullying? Why? Support your opinion with examples.

Kunci jawaban:

. Cyberbullying is more dangerous because you can be cyberbullied by a stranger or a close acquaintance without ever being able to tell who the culprit is. It can also be nearly impossible to rid the internet of offensive material that a cyberbully makes public such as your photo once it goes online.

7. What can young people like you do to prevent or stop bullying? List at least three things you and your friends can do to prevent or stop bullying.

Kunci jawaban:

 Stand up for people who are bullied, talk to your teachers or principal, start an anti-bullying club or prevention program at your school.


Constructing Historical Story Texts The teacher explains that studying historical narrative texts means studying events that occurred in the past. Not all past events can be said to be historical events. One event is said to be a historical event if it can be linked to other events as part of a process or dynamics in a historical context. Between these events there is a causal relationship which shows the continuity of some of these events. Assignment 1 Evaluating the Structure of the Historical Story Text At this stage, students will be presented with a historical story text entitled “History of the World Cup”. For this reason, the teacher asks students to carefully read the followi

ng story text. Indonesian Teacher’s Book 35 History of the World Cup Source: www.google.com/search Figure 1.3 2014 FIFA World Cup 1. The charm of football as one of the world’s top sports has never faded. In every generation, there is always a wave of fans. Whether it’s seen as a favorite sport or just a spectacle for entertainment, soccer never runs out to be grabbed. One of the big competitions that is a pity to miss is the World Cup. 2. The history of the World Cup started in 1930 in Uruguay, involving only thirteen countries, nine countries from the Americas (United States, Argentina, Brazil, B

olivia, Chile, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, and Uruguay) and four countries from the Continent. Europe (France, Romania, Belgium and Yugoslavia). Since then, the World Cup has always been held every four years. However, in 1942 and 1946, the event for the World Cup had to be postponed due to the outbreak of World War II. So, until its last event in Brazil in 2014, the World Cup has been successfully held twenty times. Twenty World Cup trophies were won by eight different countries, namely three countries from the American continent and five countries from the European continent. 3. Brazil is the co

untry that has collected the most trophies. The five trophies were won in 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, and 2002. 36 Class XII Semester 1 and 2 Just as Italy has won four trophies in 1934, 1938, 1982 and 2006, Germany has also won a number of trophies. the same, namely in 1954, 1974, 1990, and 2014. Then Argentina won two trophies, in 1978 and 1986. Uruguay also won two trophies in 1930 and 1950. Then France got one trophy in 1998, England also with one trophy in 1966, and Spain with a trophy in 2010. 4. This World Cup was sparked by Jules Rimet, FIFA President, who has a dream of holding an international football tournament. FIFA, which he chaired at that time, had entered football at the 1924 Olympics which was won by Uruguay. However, the echo wasn’t great yet. In addition, conflicts arise over who has the right to organize the tournament, FIFA or the International Olympic Committee (IOC). Therefore, FIFA tried to create its own tournament in 1928 with host Hungary. However, this tournament failed because it did not have many fans, only four teams participated. 5. In 1

930, finally this big soccer tournament materialized. The World Cup initiated by Jules Rimet was first held in Uruguay. This country was chosen because it has become the defending champion of soccer at the Olympics. In addition, that year coincided with the hundred years of Uruguay’s independence. 6. To hold the World Cup, Uruguay made serious preparations. In the nation’s capital, Montevideo, a huge stadium called the Centenario Stadium with a capacity of 95,000 spectators was built to host this grand tournament. 7. If various countries are currently fighting over tickets to be able to play in this tournament, at the World Cup which was opened on July 13, 1930, FIFA is having trouble finding participants. As the inaugural event, FIFA does not provide a qualification mechanism for each country wishing to compete. FIFA has even invited all football associations in each country to participate in this competition. At that time, FIFA only gave a deadline for registration for each country to be accepted as a participant in the World Cup. 8. This FIFA invitation receiv

d a large response from several countries in the Americas. Meanwhile, countries on the European Continent were not very enthusiastic about responding to this invitation. This is due to the distance factor. The proximity of the countries in the Americas to the venue for this soccer tournament makes them enthusiastic about participating in the match. Meanwhile, countries in the continent of Europe had to travel by sea across the Atlantic Ocean, because at that time the airways using planes were still very rare. Of course this trip costs a lot of money and a lot of time. 9. Until the deadline for registration, FIFA has not received any confirmation of a country’s participation in Europe. In fact, in the two months before the World Cup, there were still nine participants. 10. Such conditions forced Jules Rimet to intervene. He lobbied several European countries to participate in the World Cup. Finally, fou

r European countries agreed to participate. France was directly persuaded by Jules Rimet to participate. Meanwhile, Belgium was courted by the Vice President of FIFA, Rodolphe Seldrayers. FIFA has even provided ships to deliver the countries it coaxed to the venue for the World Cup on the opposite continent. 11. The players, coaches and team officials from France, Belgium and Romania departed for the Americas by boarding the SS Conte Verde. This ship also carried Jules Rimet along with three referees from Europe, Jean Langenus (Belgium), Henri Christophe (Belgium), and Thomas Balway (France). This ship is very special because Jules Rimet brought the first World Cup trophy. Meanwhile, players and coaches from Yugoslavia depart separately on a Florida ship from the Port of Marseille. 12. The SS Conte Verde started this historic journey from the Port of Genoa carrying a tea

m from Romania. This ship then docked at the Villefranche-sur-Mer Pier to pick up the French team. Meanwhile, the Belgian team awaits at the Port of Barcelona. This ship also docked at the Rio de Janeiro Pier to pick up the Brazilian team. This Italian ship then headed to the Port of Santos to pick up several other players. This ship finally arrived in Uruguay on June 4, 1930, exactly 9 days before the inaugural World Cup began. 13. July 30, 1930 became a historic moment in the world of football, especially for Uruguay who continued their victories at the 1924 and 1928 Olympics. The hosts won the inaugural FIFA World Cup 4-2 defeating their neighbors and rivals, Argentina. 14. Still, the unstable world politico-economic conditions have caused the number of participants 

in the next World Cup to be unstable. For example, at the 1934 World Cup in Italy, the number of World Cup participants became sixteen countries and at the 38th Class XII Semester 1 and 2 third, 1938 in France, the World Cup participants were reduced to fifteen countries. This competition was even stopped for 12 years (three times) due to World War II. In 1950, the World Cup was again held in Brazil with only thirteen countries participated. 15. The implementation of the World Cup has only started to stabilize, at least in terms of the number of participants, since the fifth event in Switzerland (1954). Since then, the number of participants at the World Cup remained at sixteen countries until the eleventh implementation in West Germany (1978). Starting in 1982, held in Spain, FIFA then increased the number of participants to twenty-four countries. This number continued to grow until th

e fifteenth World Cup in the United States (1994). 16. When FIFA held its sixteenth World Cup in France, the number of participants increased to thirty-two countries. This number lasted until the twentieth World Cup in Brazil (2014). Based on the statements of Sepp Blatter (FIFA President) and Michel Plattini (UEFA President), it is possible that this number will continue to grow to forty participating countries. 17. Apart from the number of participants in the World Cup, another topic that is no less interesting to discuss is the World Cup trophy. The trophy which is currently always “around the world” before the World Cup was held is not a trophy that has been used in the World Cup from the start. FIFA used a trophy called the Jules Rimet Cup from the start of this major tournament u

ntil the ninth World Cup in 1970. This first trophy was designed by a French sculptor, Abel Lafleur. 18. The Jules Rimet trophy was later replaced by the FIFA World Cup trophy at the tenth World Cup (1974). This trophy was made by an Italian sculptor, Silvio Gannaziga. Germany is the first country to successfully save this trophy. The FIFA World Cup is still in use until the twentieth World Cup in Brazil. (Source: Qadafi Akhmad, It’s All About Football, Yogyakarta: Certe Posse, April 2014, pages 32—35) The first task of the students in this second activity was to evaluate the structure of the historical story text. In evaluating, it means that there is an assessment process. In this case, what you are judging is the text “History of the World Cup”. As a historical text, the text described above must be able to carry out its social function, namely reconstructing and providing information relating to th

e past. Indonesian Teacher Book 39 (1) The teacher asks students to explore the information presented in each paragraph. Then students were asked to classify the information obtained by type and time of occurrence. For that, students are asked to form small groups that are definedenvy from 3 to 5 people to do all of Task 1 in this activity. No. Paragraph Information Type of Time Information 1. I (1) Football is the top sport. (2) Football is a fascinating sport. (3) Football fans exist in every generation. (4) There is always something to say about football. The World Cup is a great football competition. The charm of football and the World Cup as a form of competition in the world All tim

e 2. II 3. III 4. IV 5. V 6. VI 7. VII 8. VIII 40 Class XII Semester 1 and 2 9. IX 10. X 11 XI 12. XII 13. XIII 14. XIV 15. XV 16. XVI 17. XVII 18. XVIII (2) Every historical event must have periodization. The time limit for these historical events is divided into timelines. In making historical story texts, it is necessary to provide information coherently. The principle of coherence basically presents information in sequence, from the beginning to the end of the event. The chronology of events that builds up this historical story is intended so that the narrative that is presented does not jump up and down. The teacher asks the students’ opinions regarding the periodization contained in the text “History of the

 World Cup”. If students find periodization chaos, students are asked to correct the text into an ideal historical story text. _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ Indonesian Language Teacher’s Book 41 _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ (3) The teacher asks students to complete the blank fields with appropriate information. Students can find additional data from other sources, such as libraries, mass media, the internet, and so on. No. Year Host Time and Place Winner Final Match 1. 1930 Uruguay July 30, 1930, at Estadio Centenario, Montevideo Uruguay 2. 1934 10 June 1934, at Nazionale PNF, Rome 3. France Italy 4. 1950 Brazil 5. 4 July ______, at Wankdorf Stadium, Berne West Germany 6. Sweden June 29

 ______, at Rasunda Stadium, Solna 7. 1962 Brazil 8. July 30 ______, in Wembley, London England 9. Mexico June 21 ______, at Estadio Azteca, Mexico City 10. 1974 Germany West 11. 25 June _______, at El Monumental, Buenos Aires Argentina 42 Class XII Semester 1 and 2 12. 1982 Italy 13. 29 June _______, at Estadio Azteca, Mexico City Argentina 14. Italy July 8 _______, at Stadio Olimpico, Rome 15. 1994 United States 16. July 12 _____, at Stade de France, Paris France 17. Korea / Japan Brazil

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