Materi English Club 2

Standar

UNIT 2

SHAPES

 

Tujuan pembelajaran

Pada akhir unit ini kalian diharapkan mampu :

  1. melafalkan kata-kata  dalam bacaan terkait dengan shapes.
  2. mengidentifikasi makna kata-kata yang berhubungan denganshapes.
  3. mengidentifikasi berbagai informasi yang terdapat dalam teks yang berhubungan dengan shapes.
  4. menggunakan pola noun phrases ( Adjective + Noun) dalam kalimat simple present tense.
  5. melengkapi bacaan rumpang dengan kata yang tepat
  1. A.  LET’S LISTEN

Task 1

Listen and repeat.

circle        [Ès«ùkl               rectangle         [ÈrektQNgl]

square     [skwe«]               triangle         [ÈtraIQNgl]

cone          [k«Un]                cube                [kjuùb]

cylinder  [ÈsIlInd«]          octagon          [ȁkt«g«n]

oval          [È«Uvl]               pentagon       [Èpent«g«n]

pyramid   [ÈpIr«mId]      polygon         [ÈplIg«n]

trapezoid  [ÈtrQpIzId]       angle              [ÈQNgl]

side           [saId]

Task 2.

 Complete the table.

Shapes

Number of Sides

Number of Corners

square

4

4

rectangle

triangle

circle

oval

pentagon

hexagon

octagon


B. LET’S READ.

Task 3

Read the lyrics of the song, and answer the questions.

Triangle, rectangle, circle, oval, square, BASIC SHAPES!
Triangle, rectangle, circle, oval, square, BASIC SHAPES!
Triangle, rectangle, circle, oval, square, BASIC SHAPES!

Basic shapes will help you to create
pictures of people or whatever you want to make.
You can use an oval for the body of a fish.  
Very small circles can be his eyes.  
Triangles can be his fins and that’s a fish, with BASIC SHAPES!

Basic shapes will help you to create
pictures of people or whatever you want to make.  
You can use a square to make your house, 
Rectangles can be windows and doors, 
Triangle can be the roof, 
And that’s a house, with BASIC SHAPES!

(Adapted from www. songsforteaching.com )

Questions:

  1. What are the basic shapes?
  2. How do basic shapes help you?
  3. How do you make a picture of a fish?   
  4. How do you make a picture of a house?
  5. Describe how you make a picture of a car.
  1. C.   GRAMMAR POINTS

Task 7

Look.

  1. a.      It is a rectangular bag.
  2. b.     All polygons have an equal number of sides.
  3. c.       Round wheels, cylindrical tubes and conical hats are good examples of shapes.
  4. d.       A fish has an oval body.
  5. e.       It is a square box.

Look at the pattern of noun phrases.

Article

adjective

Noun

A

rectangular

bag

An

equal

number

round

wheel

cylindrical

tubes

conical

hats

An

oval

body

A

square

box

Task 8

Choose the correct word order.

  1. Squares have (equal sides, sides equal).
  2. Polygons are shapes with more than one (straight side, side straight).
  3. A cylinder consists of (bases two, two bases).
  4. All polygons have the (number same, same number) of vertices and sides.
  5. A pyramid has a (base square, square base).
  6. A square has four (straight lines, lines straight) and (angles right, right angles).
  7. A (triangle plane, plane triangle) has three (angles interior, interior angles).
  8. A square is a shape with four (lines straight, straight lines).
  9. Every (interior angle, angle interior) of a (convex polygon, polygon convex) is less than 180 degrees.
  10. What is the shape of the (bell car, car bell)?

Task 9

Choose the correct form in the bracket.

  1. There are four (polygon, polygons)
  2. Some (angle, angles) have special names.
    1. Not all (rectangle, rectangles) are squares.
    2. In every (triangle, triangles) there are three (side, sides)
    3. We see (shape, shapes) in our life.
    4. Polygons are (shape, shapes) that have three or more straight (line, lines).
    5. There are three interior (angles, angle) in a plane triangle.
    6. A trapezoid is a shape with four sides of different (length, lengths).
    7. A cube is a solid (object, objects) with six (square, squares) of equal size.
    8. How many interior (angle, angles) are there in a (triangle, triangles)?
    9. D.    LET’S SAY


E.    LET’S WRITE.

Task 11.

       Complete the following text with the words in the box.

Triangles, __________, and pentagons are all examples of __________. A polygon is a plane figure with three or more straight __________. Regular polygons have __________ of equal length and interior __________ of equal size. There are two __________ of polygons, namely convex and re-entrant polygons. Each __________ angle of a convex __________ is less than 180 degrees. A re-entrant __________ has at least one interior __________ greater than 180 degrees.

(Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2008)

F. FUN ACTIVITIES

Guess what shape it is.

It is the simplest plane polygon. It has three sides, and they are of equal length. It also has three equal interior angles of 60 degrees.

  1. G.  ASSESSMENT

Read the text, and answer the questions

Polygons are flat geometric figures. There are two kinds of polygons: convex and re-entrant polygons. This division depends on the arrangement of their sides and interior angles. Each of the interior angles of the convex polygon is less than 180 degrees. By contrast, the re-entrant polygon has at least one interior angle which is greater than 180 degrees. A triangle is the simplest plane polygon. It has three sides and three angles. The square is a polygon with four sides and internal angles. The lengths of the sides of a square are equal and the size of each of the four internal angles is 90 degrees. A pentagon is a figure with five sides. It has sides of equal length and five equal internal angles of 108 degrees. An octagon is a polygon with eight sides and the length of the sides are equal. The size of each of the internal angles is 135 degree.

(Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2008)

Questions:

  1. What is a polygon?
  2. What are the two kinds of polygons?
  3. What are the figures that belong to the convex polygon?
  4. What are the figures that belong to the re-entrant polygon?
  5. What is a triangle?
  6. What is a square?
  7. What is a pentagon?
  8. What is an octagon?

H. REFLECTION

  • How well can I do these things. Put a check (V) in the boxes.

Very well

OK

A little

  1. I can spell the words related to shapes.
  1. I can pronounce the words related to shapes.
  1. I can tell how many kinds of angles in a shape are.
  • Part of this unit that I like most is  ____________________________.
  1. I.      WORD LIST
circle noun [Ès«ùkl] lingkaran
rectangle noun [ÈrektQNgl] empat persegi panjang
square noun [skwe«] bujur sangkar
triangle noun [ÈtraIQNgl] segi tiga
cone noun [k«Un]
cube noun [kjuùb] kubus
cylinder noun [ÈsIlInd«] silinder
ellipse noun [ÈQlIps] elips
octagon noun [ȁkt«g«n] oktagon
oval noun [È«Uvl] ofal
pentagon noun [Èpent«g«n] pentagon
pyramid noun [ÈpIr«mId] piramid
polygon noun [ÈplIg«n] poligon
trapezoid noun [ÈtrQpIzId] trapesium
angle noun [ÈQNgl] sudut
side noun [saId] sisi
division noun [dIÈvIZn] pembagian
arrangement noun [«ÈreIndZm«nt] pengaturan
figure noun [ÈfIg«] bangun
plane noun [pleIn] bidang datar
equal adjective [Èiùkw«l] setara
internal adjective [InÈt«ùnl]  dalam
length noun [leNT] panjang

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