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  • 1. READING : DESCRIPTIVE TEXTfor Senior High School Students Year XDescribing a Particular PlaceBy Nila SuyantiParagraph 1 Paragraph 1(continued)Paragraph 2 Paragraph 3(continued)Paragraph 3Paragraph 1(continued)Paragraph 2 Paragraph 3(continued)Paragraph 3Paragraph 1(continued)Paragraph 1 Paragraph 2Paragraph 3(continued)Paragraph 3Paragraph 4Paragraph 3(continued)Paragraph 5Paragraph 4(continued)HomeWhat?TextTitleFind OutTry this!
  • 2. STANDAR KOMPETENSI DAN KOMPETENSI DASARStandar Kompetensi• Membaca• 11. Memahami makna teks fungsional pendekdan esei sederhana berbentuknarrative, descriptive dan news item dalamkonteks kehidupan sehari-hari dan untukmengakses ilmu pengetahuan.Kompetensi Dasar• 11.2 Merespon makna dan langkah-langkahretorika dalam esei sederhana secaraakurat, lancar dan berterima dalam kontekskehidupan sehari-hari dan untuk mengaksesilmu pengetahuan dalam teks berbentuknarrative, descriptive, dan news itemHomeWhat?TextTitleFind OutTry this!
  • 3. INDIKATOR PENCAPAIAN1. Mengidentifikasi langkah-langkah retorika dalamteks descriptive.2. Mengidentifikasi maknadalam teks descriptive.HomeWhat?TextTitleFind OutTry this!
  • 4. DESCRIPTIVE TEXT• Purpose:to describe a particular place• Text Organization:1. Identification(mention the special participant)2. Description(mention the part, quality, andcharacteristics of the subject beingdescribed)HomeWhat?TextTitleFind OutTry this!
  • 5. Palembang is a city on Sumatra Island that is divided into two by the MusiRiver, the Ulu side and the Ilir side. This geographical situation has made watertransportation system a part of the people’s daily life. Along both banks of theMusi there used to be moored raft-dwellings,called rakit, some of which servedthe as shops. The houses along the banks stand facing the water and are built onstilts. Because of its orientation towards the river, the city has an elongated profilealong both sides and does not stretch far inland.This Venice of the East located on important trade artery between India andChina since ancient times has determined the character of Palembang as a portcity. Now the two sides of the city are connected by one bigbridge, AMPERA, which is short for Amanat Penderitaan Rakyat.Visiting Palembang means that you can pamper yourself with the deliciousfishcake Pempek, as you can find this kind of food everywhere, from streetvendors to fancy restaurants. You can also see what remains from the glorious SriVijaya kingdom in Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II Museum located on the side ofthe Musi River. Near the museum, you can see a building called Benteng KutoBesak, which used to be the residence of the Sri Vijaya kings in the 18th century.From the museum area, continue your walking trip to Mesjid Agung, anarchitectural proof of the acculturation of Chinese, native Palembang and moderncultures in a harmonious way. Built in 1738, has continually been rebuilt andrenovated. The last renovation in the year 2000 has given the touch of the 21stcentury style to this unique mosque.One thing that you shouldn’t miss when visiting Palembang is seeing peopleweaving Songket, the tradisional Palembang’s sarong. Take a becak ride to Jl. KiGede Ing Suro. On the way, you can see several Palembang’s tradiotionalhouses, limas houses, with their unique roof shape. You can ask your becak driverto wait for you while you’re browsing around the weaving houses along the street.You can also buy a sarong that you fancy. When you bargain for the desired itone, bear in mind that one sarong needs one full month to finish.Enjoy Palembang, enjoy the Venice of the East!(Adapted from: CnS English Teen Magazine 2006)PalembangA City by a RiverTitleHomeWhat?TextTitleFind OutTry this!Identification(mention the specialparticipant)Description(mention thepart, quality, andcharacteristics of thesubject being described)
  • 6. The title of the text is ...PALEMBANGA City by a RiverHomeWhat?TextTitleFind OutTry this!
  • 7. Paragraph 1Palembang is a city on Sumatra Islandthat is divided into two by the Musi River, theUlu side and the Ilir side. This geographicalsituation has made water transportationsystem a part of the people’s daily life. Alongboth banks of the Musi there used to bemooredraft-dwellings,calledrakit, some of whichservedas the shops.HomeWhat?TextTitleFind OutTry this!
  • 8. Paragraph 1 (continued)The houses along the banks standfacing the water and are built on stilts.Because of its orientation towards theriver, the city has an elongated profilealong both sides and does not stretchfar inland.HomeWhat?TextTitleFind OutTry this!
  • 9. Paragraph 2This Venice of the East located onimportant trade artery between Indiaand China since ancient times hasdetermined the character of Palembangas a port city. Now the two sides of thecity are connected by one bigbridge, AMPERA, which is short forAmanat Penderitaan Rakyat.HomeWhat?TextTitleFind OutTry this!
  • 10. Paragraph 3Visiting Palembang means that youcan pamper yourself with the deliciousfishcake Pempek, as you can findthis kind of foodeverywhere, from street vendorsto fancy restaurants.You can also see whatremains from the glorious Sri Vijayakingdom in Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin IIMuseum located on the side ofthe Musi River.HomeHomeWhat?TextTitleFind OutTry this!
  • 11. Paragraph 3 (continued)Near the museum,you can see a building calledBenteng Kuto Besak,which used to bethe residence ofthe Sri Vijaya kingsin the 18th century.HomeWhat?TextTitleFind OutTry this!
  • 12. Paragraph 3 (continued)From the museum area, continue yourwalking trip to Mesjid Agung,an architectural proof ofthe acculturation of Chinese, nativePalembang and modern cultures in aharmonious way. Built in 1738, hascontinually been rebuilt and renovated.The last renovation in the year 2000 hasgiven the touch of the 21st century styleto this unique mosque.HomeWhat?TextTitleFind OutTry this!
  • 13. Paragraph 4One thing that you shouldn’tmiss when visiting Palembangis seeing people weaving songket, thetraditional Palembang’s sarong. Take a becakride to Jl. Ki Gede Ing Suro.On the way, you can seeseveral Palembang’s traditionalhouses, limas houses, with theirunique roof shape.HomeWhat?TextTitleFind OutTry this!
  • 14. Paragraph 4 (continued)You can ask your becak driver to waitfor you while you’re browsing aroundthe weaving houses along the street.You can also buy a sarong that youfancy. When youbargain for the desired itone, bear in mind that onesarong needs one full month tofinish.HomeWhat?TextTitleFind OutTry this!
  • 15. Paragraph 5Enjoy Palembang, enjoythe Venice of the East!(Adapted from: CnS English Teen Magazine 2006)HomeWhat?TextTitleFind OutTry this!
  • 16. Find out!1.Where is Palembang?2.What is rakit?3.What does ‘’The Venice of the East” refer to?4.What are the two sides connected by?5.What is “Pempek?”6.Where can you find “pempek”?7.Where can you see what remains from theglorious of Sri Vijaya kingdom?8.What is “Benteng KutoBesak”?9.What was built in 1738?10.What is “songket”?11. What are “limas houses”?12.How long does one sarong need to finish?13.What does “bear in mind” mean?Homeansweransweransweransweransweransweransweransweransweransweransweransweranswer
  • 17. Matchthe pictures withthe namesin the box.12345678A. Ampera BridgeB. Fishcake, pempekC. Sultan MahmudBadaruddin IIMuseumD. Moored raft-dwellingsE. Street vendorF. TraditionalPalembang’s sarongG. Mesjid AgungH. Limas houseClickpleaseHomeHomeHomeWhat?TextTitleFind OutTry this!
  • 18. That’s all.Thank you for your attention.Bye…Home
  • 19. Palembang is a cityon Sumatra IslandBackHomeAnswer for question 1
  • 20. Rakit is mooredraft-dwellingsBackHomeAnswer for question 2
  • 21. PalembangBackHomeAnswer for question 3
  • 22. Ampera bridgeBackHomeAnswer for question 4
  • 23. Delicious fishcakeBackHomeAnswer for question 5
  • 24. From street vendor tofancy restaurantBackHomeAnswer for question 6
  • 25. Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin IIMuseumBackHomeAnswer for question 7
  • 26. A building which used to be the residence ofthe Sri Vijaya kings in the 18th century.BackHomeAnswer for question 8
  • 27. Mesjid AgungBackHomeAnswer for question 9
  • 28. the traditional Palembang’ssarongBackHomeAnswer for question 10
  • 29. Palembang’s traditional housesBackHomeAnswer for question 11
  • 30. One full monthBackHomeAnswer for question 12
  • 31. rememberBackHomeAnswer for question 13