Rangkuman materi bahasa Inggris wajib bab 5, 6 dan 7

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1. Recount text

1.1. Definition

1.1.1. Recount text is a text that telling the reader about events or experiences in the past.

1.2. Generic structure

1.2.1. 1. Orientation Orientation gives the readers the background information needed to understand the text.

1.2.2. 2. Events: A series of events.

1.2.3. 3. Re-orientation: A personal opinion about the event in the end.

1.3. Language features

1.3.1. Using simple present and past tense

1.3.2. Using action verb

1.3.3. Using chronological connection

1.3.4. Adjectives

1.3.5. Adverbial Phrases

1.3.6. Evaluative Words

1.4. The Kind of Recount Text

1.4.1. Personal recount tells a personal experiences.

1.4.2. Factual recount text tells about something that really happened.

1.4.3. Biography is a usually written history of a person's life

2. Song

2.1. Definition

2.1.1. A song is a musical composition intended to be performed by the human voice. This is often done at distinct and fixed pitches (melodies) using patterns of sound and silence. Songs contain various forms, such as those including the repetition and variation of sections.

2.2. Social function

2.2.1. To entertain

2.2.2. To deliver social critism

2.2.3. To teach moral

2.2.4. To express personal feeling and cultural values

2.3. Generic structure

2.3.1. INTRO melodic, harmonic andorhythmic related to the main body of song

2.3.2. VERSE is the section of the song structure that tells the story. This is the exposition describing the scene or the person or an emotion

2.3.3. CHORUS OF REFRAIN A chorus is the most repeated section, so it's the easiest remembered

2.3.4. BREAK A break is actually brief pause

2.3.5. BRIDGE This is the part of the song that shifts can suddenly change tempo, or volume, or instrumentation

2.3.6. OUTRO/CODA This is the end of the song

2.4. Language features

2.4.1. Alliteration Repetition of a consecutive syllable, usually the starting syllable of each word

2.4.2. Rhyming words Usualy Song uses familiar and catchy tune

2.4.3. Lyrics Written in first second, and third person

2.4.4. Poetic devices Such as figure or imaginary Ex: the use of five sense

2.4.5. Word play and slang language Manipulation and very informal words Exant gonna, wanna, callin', etc.

3. Narrative Text

3.1. Definition

3.1.1. It is an imaginative story to entertain people.

3.2. Social functions

3.2.1. To amuse or entertain reader or listener

3.3. Generic structure

3.3.1. Orientation

3.3.2. Complication

3.3.3. Resolution

3.3.4. Coda/Reorientation

3.4. Language features

3.4.1. Using past simple tense (or past tenses)

3.4.2. Using Adverbs of time: once upon a time, one day, long time ago, etc.

3.4.3. Using Direct and indirect speech.