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tips yang pertama yang kakak lakukan ketika banyak sekali tugas dan hal itu akan men sulit kanker kak dalam menyelesaikan tugas tersebut ditambah lagi banyaknya tugas-tugas yang tidak dimengerti.

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 tip yang pertama yaitu kerjakanlah tugas yang mana yang lebih mudah atau yang  paling gampang yang mungkin bisa diselesaikan saat itu juga, nah adik-adik tidak boleh menunda bunda tugas yang diberikan oleh guru apalagi dugaan tersebut memang ditekankan oleh guru.perlu adik-adik ketahui bahwasannya tugas merupakan bagian dari pembelajaran yang mana artinya tugas merupakan salah

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 satu cara yang digunakan oleh guru untuk mengukur kemampuan adik-adik sekalian tentunya sebelumnya gurunya sudah menjelaskan dan menerangkan apa yang disampaikan atau isi materi tersebut misalnya materi tentang geografis ataupun materi tentang aljabar.

Now, let’s focus on grammar. Pay attention to the newsheadline. What can you learn from that?

Kunci jawaban bahasa inggris kelas 12 halaman 185 186 186 chapter 12

Kunci jawaban bahasa inggris kelas 12 halaman 185 186 186 chapter 12 bab 12

Kunci jawaban bahasa inggris kelas 12 halaman 185 186 186 chapter 12 bab 12

Kunci jawaban bahasa inggris kelas 12 halaman 185 186 186 chapter 12 bab 12

Rangkuman bahasa inggris kelas 12 chapter 12

B. OBSERVING AND QUESTIONING

Reading

Read the following text taken from a newspaper.Parents upset, disappointed with online school registration(Source: The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Headlines | Sat, July 05 2014, 9:25 AM) Hundreds of parents thronged the Jakarta Education Agency’s office in Kuningan, South Jakarta, to report problems with the online school registration system on Friday. During their visit to the agency’s office, the parents expressed their dissatisfaction with the online system, which according to them was disorganized and made it difficult for them to register their children for enrollment in public schools.

 Riki Setyanto, one of the parents, said that he had registered his daughter for enrollment at state vocational high school SMKN 47 Jakarta but she then got rejected due to the minimum height policy applied by the state-run school. However, he added, his daughter was also turned down after she registered at a different school because her name was still listed for SMKN 47 Jakarta. “First my daughter was rejected because of her height, and now due to technical issues, she can’t register at any school. I just want to get her into a good school,” he said, adding that he hoped the agency could solve the problems as soon as possible. Nuraisyah Paransa, another parent, also said that she was unable to register her son at any state-run high school due to similar technical problems.  She said that her son was initially accepted at a public East Jakarta school through the public admission phase. However, he did not re-register with that school as he wanted to shoot for a better state-run school through the local admission phase.“But the second school rejected him because it said that he had been accepted through the public admission phase. Since my son did not re-register at the first school, now he isn’t registered anywhere,” she said. The online registration system has been applied in the capital since 2004. No such problems occurred with the previous registration system. This year’s student admission system has three phases: public admission, where students vie for seats with other students throughout the country; local admission, where students compete with others in the same province; and third admission, where students who did not get accepted during first and second admission resubmit their applications.

Lasro Marbun, head of the Jakarta Education Agency, said that anyone who did not re-register in the public admission phase and was unable to register during local admission or third admission, could register their children at private schools.“They can then transfer them to a public school in thesecond semester,” he said on Thursday as quoted by kompas.com. However, Rida Afrida, who wanted to register her son at state junior high school SMP 194, did not agree with that idea. According to her, a lot of people have chosen public schools over private schools for financial reasons. “I cannot pay for a private school, if he thinks that is a good alternative for us, he should just give us the money to pay for those schools,” she said. Meanwhile, acting Jakarta governor Basuki “Ahok” Tjahaja Purnama said that the parents should be patient and not panic. “We had no problems last year. The process might be a little complicated but there’s no reason to panic,” Ahok told reporters at 

City Hall. (idb/dwa)

(Adopted from: http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2014/07/05/parents-upset-

disappointed-with-online-school-registration.html)

Vocabulary Builder

Write down the synonym of the following words:

throng (v) : _________________________

dissatisfaction (n) : _________________________

enrollment (n) : _________________________

turn down (v) : _________________________

vie (v) : _________________________

submit (v) : _________________________

v o c a t i o n a l : /voʊˈ keɪʃənəl/

t u r n d o w n : /tɜrn daʊn/

r e j e c t : /ˈ riʤɛkt/

v i e : /vaɪ/

s u b m i t : /səbˈ mɪt/ 

QUESTIONING 

When reading the text, what questions come up in your mind? If you don’t have any questions to ask, ask questions the answers of which are the ones 

underlined in the text. Write the questions in the space below, then work in pairs and ask your friends the questions you’ve written.

C. COLLECTING INFORMATION

Comprehension questions: Answer the following questions by referring to the text from the newspaper above. Compare your answer with your friends’.

1. What is the main problem faced by the parents?

2. Why did the parents feel disappointed with the  online system?

3. Who was rejected from school due to his/her height?

4. What happened to Nuraisyah Paransa’s son?

5. Mention some technical problems in the registration 

using the online system!

6. Why is the online system problematic this year?

7. Why do people prefer public schools to private schools?

8. If you were one of the parents, what would you do to 

respond to some problems with the online system?

9. What do you think about Ahok’s response to the  parents’ protest?

10. If you were Ahok, what would you do to respond to the parents’ concerns?

E. ASSOCIATING

Text Structure: Now, let’s understand the text structure. Fill in the blanks by referring to the text. 

Main eventWho was involved?

When did it happen?

Grammar Review

Now, let’s focus on grammar. Pay attention to the news headline. What can you learn from that?

Direct and indirect sentences appear in the text above. Complete the blank spaces in the following column with direct and indirect sentences.Direct sentence Indirect sentence

“First my daughter was rejected because of her height, and now due to technical issues, she can’t register at any school. I just want to get her into a good school,” he said.

Source of newsStatement from thehead of the JakartaEducation AgencyStatement of one of the parents

Statement from thegovernor

 “First my daughter was rejected because of her height, and now due to technical issues, she can’t register at any school. I just want to get her into a good school,” he said.

Nuraisyah Paransa, another parent, also said that she was unable to register her son at any state-run high school due to similar technical problems.

“But the second school rejected him because it said that he had been accepted through the 

public admission phase. Since my son did not re-register at the first school, now he isn’t registered anywhere,” Aisyah said.

Lasro Marbun, head of the Jakarta Education Agency, said that anyone who did not re-register in the public admission phase and was unable to register during local admission or third admission, could register their children at private schools.

“They can then transfer them to a public school in the second semester,” Lasro Marbun said on Thursday as quoted by kompas.com.

“I cannot pay for a private school, if he thinks that is a good alternative for us, he should just give us the money to pay for those schools,” Rida said.

“We had no problems last year. The process might be a little complicated but there’s no reason to panic,” Ahok told reporters at City Hall.

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