Selasa, 14 Februari 2012

Course Rationale

1.    Course Rationale
This course is design for  the tourist who wish to improve their communication skills in English in order to improve their speaking ability. It teaches the basic communication skills needed to comunicate in a variety different tourist  settings. The course seek  to enable participant to regonize their strengths and needs in language learning and to give them the confidence to use English more effectively to achive their own goals. It also seeks to develop the participants’ skills in independent learning outside of classroom.

2.    Level of The Course
This course uses intermediate levels.

3.    Materials
a.    Greetings
b.    Congratulations
c.    Partings
d.    Excuses
e.    Thanks

4.    Object

Tourist

5.    Time Acomodation
2 x 1 Week.



a.    Greetings

Greeting always use in conversation when we meet someone we already know or are not yet known to us in both formal and informal situations.

EXPRESSION
Lots of greetings that we can use in conversation, among others:
    Hi
    Hello!
    Good morning
    Morning
    Good day
    Good afternoon
    Afternoon
    Good evening
    Evening
    Good night
    Night
    Good bye
    Bye-bye
    How are you?

The answer:
    Fine, thank you
    Very well, thanks
    No so bad, thanks

DIALOGUE


LISTEN AND PRACTICE
One day, Yanti was walking with her sister to see the beauty of the village while breathing the air in the morning, in the middle of the trip they met with Anita who is the girlfriend her brother.

A    : Hello, Anita. Good Morning.
B    : Good Morning, Yanti. How are you?
A    : Fine, thanks. And what about you?
B    : I’m very well, thank you. By the way, how is your older brother?
A    : He is not so bad, thanks.
      You have ever seen lately?
B    : That’s right. I never come down to visit you lately.
A    : What’s wrong with you?
B    : I just arrived from Jakarta yesterday.
A    : Oh, I see.
      Come to see us sometimes.
B    : God willing, I’ll visit you tomorrow.
A    : Well Anita, we have to go home soon.
B    : I’m in guite hurry too.
A    : Good bye, Anita.
B    : Good bye, Yanti.
      See you tomorrow.

PAIR UP AND PRACTICE
You want to meet your friend Eri in front of mosque, but you don’t know where is the mosque, so you want someone helping you.

b.    Congratulations


EXPRESSION
Lots of congratulatios that we can use in conversation, among others:
    Happy New Year.
    Happy Feast Day.
    Congratulations.
    Merry Christmas.
    Happy Studying.
    Welcome.
    Victory!
    Happy Birthday.
    Happy Anniversary.
    Have a nice trip.
    Enjoy your meal.
    Enjoy your drink.
    Have a nice sleep.

    Congratulations on your promotion!
    Congratulations on your success!
    Congratulations on the birth of your first child!
    Congratulations on the birth of your second son!
    Congratulations on your wedding anniversary!
    Congratulations on your engagement!
    Congratulations on passing your exams!
    Congratulations on passing your crals!
    Congratulations on getting a scholarship!
    Congratulations on your appointment as........
    Congratulations on your marriage!
    Congratulations on getting a new job!
    Our congratulations to you!

DIALOGUE

LISTEN AND PRACTICE
Evi is attending the invitation a party at Susi’s house within the framework of celebration of her husband's success in gaining a better position.

A    : Welcome to my house, Evy.
B    : Congratulations on your husband’s promotion!
A    : Thanks for your congratulations!
B    : Are you happy?
A    : Yes, I am so happy, because my husband has been appointed as manager of firm
B    : Congratulations on your husband’s appointment as manager of firm.
A    : Thank you very much for your congratulations.

PAIR UP AND PRACTICE
Your friend is celebrate her birthday and you want to give a gift.




c.    Partings

EXPRESSION
Lots of Partings that we can use in conversation, among others:
    See you.
    See you on Saturday.
    So Long!
    Better luck next time.
    Good bye!
    Bye-bye!
    Good luck.
    See you again.
    God bless you!
    See  you tomorrow.
    See you tonight.
    See you in the next opportunity.
    Send my word to my mother.
    Send my greetings to your family.
    Give her mr regards.
    Please send my best regards to your sister.
    Please give my love to your parents.
    Please say hello to your wife.
    Please send my best love to your older sister.
    Come whenever you like.
    I hope you’ll come again next week.

DIALOGUE

LISTEN AND PRACTICE
Samsul drove his brother who will go abroad to work. They parted at the airport with feelings of sadness.

A    : Two more hours the plane will take off.
B    : Was there anything left at home?
A    : No, brother. Everything has been inside the trunk.
B    : If you’ve arrived there, not to forget to send me a letter.
A    : Of Course. Give Tuti my best regards.
B    : Send your family’s greetings to your boss.
A    : Okay, brother. I must be off now.
B    : All right, Good bye.
A    : Good bye. So long!
B    : God bless you!


PAIR UP AND PRACTICE
You are a student and want to say good bye to your teacher, because he want to go to abroad.

d.    Excuses

EXPRESSION
Lots of excuses that we can use in conversation, among others:
    Excuse me...
    I am sorry...
    I am so sorry...
    I am very sorry...
    I am terribly sorry...
    I am sorry indeed...
    I am very sorry indeed...
    Please forgive me for...
    I apologized for...
    I must apologized to you.
    Please accept my apologies.
    May I be excused?
    Pardon me?
    Pardon, sir?
    I beg your pardon.
    I hope you aren’t offended.
    I’m sorry to hear that.
    I’m so sorry  it happened.
    Sorry to have kept you waiting.
    Please excuse my rudeness.

The answer:
    It’s all right.
    That’s all right.
    Never mind.
    Please don’t worry.
    Don’t let that worry you.
    It doesn’t matter at all.
    Forget it!
    I hope it’s nothing serious.

DIALOGUE

LISTEN AND PRACTICE
Erni went to Yati’s house to express regret for her inability to return Yati’s money.

A    : Anybody home?
B    : Yea, come in, please. That’s you’re Erni. Sit down, please.
A    : Thank you. I come here to express my apologies.
B    : It’s about money, isn’t it?
A    : That’s right, Yati.
B    : Never mind. I don’t need it now.
A    : It’s my fault, Yati.
B    : Don’t let that worry you.

PAIR UP AND PRACTICE
You make a mistake with your boy or girlfriend and you want your boy or girlfriend forgive your mistake.

e.    Thanks

EXPRESSION
Lots of thankful that we can use in conversation, among others:
    Thank you.
    Thank you very much.
    Thanks.
    Many thanks.
    Thanks a lot.
    How kind of you.
    It is very kind of you.
    I’m very grateful to you.
    I don’t know how to say thanks.
    Thank you for...
    I’m deeply indebted to you.
    Much obliged.
    Thank god.

The answer:
    You’re welcome.
    Not at all.
    It is a pleasure.
    That’s all right.
    That’s O.K.
    Don’t mention it.
    Forget it.
    No trouble at all.



DIALOGUE

LISTEN AND PRACTICE
Endang will shop at a store, on the way a pickpocket grabbed her purse then he screamed for help.

A    : Is it your handbag, miss?
B    : Let me see it. That’s right sir. Where did you find it?
A    : When the pickpocket heard your scream, he threw you handbag in front of me. Then he ran away.
B    : Thank you very much for your help.
A    : You’re welcome.
B    : To repay your kindness, here is little money for you.
A    : No, Thank you.

PAIR UP AND PRACTICE
You want to eat out tonight, but you don’t have much money, and your friend invite you to eat out with him.

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