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LESSON PLAN School Subject Topic Theme Time allocation Meeting I. Standard Competence: ã II. ã To be able to communicate in English on intermediate level : SMK NEGERI KUDU : English : Making Reservation : Modals : 3 X 45 minutes : 5 Grade / Semester : XII / 1 Basic Competence: To understand certain conversation spoken by native speaker III. Indicators ã ã ã Recognizing modal can, could, may, would like and understanding Using modal can, could, may, would like appropriately based on Using moda
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  LESSON PLAN School:SMK NEGERI KUDUSubject:EnglishGrade / Semester:XII / 1Topic:Making ReservationTheme:ModalsTime allocation:3 X 45 minutesMeeting:5I.Standard Competence: ã To be able to communicate in English on intermediate levelII.Basic Competence: ã To understand certain conversation spoken by native speaker III.Indicators ã Recognizing modal can, could, may, would like and understandingthe function of each modal (Curiosity) ã Using modal can, could, may, would like appropriately based onthe function of each modal and situation context (creative) ã Using modal can, could, may, would like in the dialogue makingreservation context (creative)IV.Learning Objectives:Students are able to: ã Recognize modal can, could, may, would like and understand thefunction of each modal ã Use modal can, could, may, would like appropriately based on thefunction of each modal and situation context ã Use modal can, could, may, would like in the dialogue makingreservation context  V.Learning Material :  Modal (can, could, may, would like) a.  Asking people to do something (request) using can / could  - Can you wait a moment, please?- Could you help me, please? b. Asking for permission using can / could / may - Can / Could / May I use your pen? c. Asking for something using can I have…? / could I have…? / may I have…? - Could I have the sugar, please? d. Offering and inviting using would you like to…? -Would you like to come to my party? e. Polite way of saying what you want to do? - I would like to introduce my self to you  Language focus (useful expression)  A. Reservation is an activity to book or reserve at hotels, restaurants,airport, etc. reservation can be done directly or by phone.1. Asking information about hotel. - Could you give me some information about your hotel, please?- Can I get some information about your hotel?- Could you please give me some information about this hotel? 2. Asking the room rates of the hotel. - How much is your room rate per night, please?- What is your room rate for a double room, please?- May I know how much your room rate is? 3. Asking the room rate include breakfast? - Does the room rate include breakfast?- Does the room rate include breakfast and service?- Does the rate include tax and service? 4. Asking the location of the hotel. - Could you tell me where the location of the hotel is?  - Is the location of this hotel far from the airport?- Is the hotel location in the middle of the city? 5. Explaining type and location of the hotel. - Our hotel is a three star hotel and is located in the middle of the city- The hotel is located in the suburb- Our hotel is located in the outskirts of town and surrounded by pleasant scenery.  B. Special expression used in making a reservation 1. I would like to reserve a single ticket to Tokyoreturn ticketright flight bussiness class2. I would like to book a double room for this weekendwantam goingam supposed3. Could I reserve a table for two for lunch?CanMayShould4. Could I make a reservation for my traveling to USA?trip to Africa next week journey to Bali tomorrow5. Can I book a train seat for this afternoon?tomorrow morningnext Saturdaythe 8 p,m. Tonight  C. Special expression for handling a reservation 1. Yes, sir / madam.What sort a room do you need ?Yes, 0f course.Do you prefer Stalls or Balcony ?Certainly.When will you fly, sir ?When will you be flying Madam ?In this expression, we can use Simple Future or Future Continous Tense.Example ; When will you arrive ?When will you be arriving ?2. I am sorry to inform you that all seats have been reservedSorry, I’m afraid roomsticketstablesinns3. Your reservation is only valid if you confirm at 10 am tomorrowbookingarrangementorder VI. Learning Methods: ã Teacher’s Presentation ã Question and Answer Session ã DemonstrationVI.Steps of Learning:a.Pre Activity1. Greeting, Opening the lesson2. Checking Students’ attendance3. Before I continue the lesson today, I would like to ask you, anyquestion for the lesson we studied yesterday?
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