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Leadership is very important, especially for young generations. Every Teenager should be
ready to be a leader.That is why, to grow and increase the leadership, OSIS will hold
leadership training on Saturday at one o’clock at the school hall. All students may
participate in it. For further information and registration, please contact the committee
chairperson, Ahmad, Class XI Sains 1

1.What might thestudents learn from joining the activity?

A.to be a leader of OSIS
B.to have a good leader
C.about leadership training
D.Train OSIS leadership

2.What is implied from the text?

A.Every student will be a good leader
B.Every student is possible to train to be leader
C.Every student may join the activity
D.Every student will participate in the training


In observance of the birthday of Prophet Muhammad as one of the Indonesia’s

national holiday, the Emmbassy of the Republic of Indonesia in London will be
closed on Monday, 12th December. The Embassy will resume its activities on
Tuesday, 13th of December 2016.

3.Who will have to pay attention to the announcement above?

A.All staff of the embassy only
B.All people of Indonesia who live in London
C.People who work in Indonesia Embassy in London
D.People who need service of Indonesian embassy in London

4.What information can be inferred from the announcement?

A.The embassy is closed for two days
B.The embassywill hold a celebration
C.The embassy will hold a service a day after
D.The embassy will be open a day after Monday

Admissions Announcement and Application Forms


Dear International Applicants,

Kindly note, due to overwhelming response to the International
Admission Process, the Online Written Test/ International Entrance
Test (IET) which was earlier scheduled on 14 Jan -15 Jan, 2017 for
all short-listed International applicantshasbeenpostponed to1st
Week of March 2017. We will communicate the exact entrance exam
dates via email to the short-listed candidates shortly.

Pleasedonotpanic,astheadmissionprocess anddeadline for Indian

and International students are different.
For more information–please contact–iro.admission@tiss.edu or

+9122 25525920

Thanking you,

International Admissions Team– 2016


5.What can we conclude from the announcement?

A.This announcement is for Internationalstudents
B.Admissions Team is from International Team
C.There is not yet exact date of the test schedule
D.The applicants will havethe test at the first of March

6.One of following statements is true!

A.Qualified applicants are invited to have test
B.All applicants will have the test at the same time.
C.All applicants must contact the number available
D.The second test will be at the first week of March.




9.What is the purposeof it?

This is the final boarding call for passenger Mr Sarman booked on

Garuda Indonesia flight number GA 705 to Jakarta.Please proceed to
gate 3 immediately.The final checks are being completed andthe
captain will order for the doors of the aircraft to close in approximately
fiveminutes.I repeat.This is the final boarding call for Mr Sarman.
Thank you.
A.To let passangers know that Mr.Sarman hasn’t boarded yet.
B.To announce that Garuda Indonesia flight number GA 705 to
Jakarta is about to leave soon.
C.To call Mr.Sarman to board the plane.
D.To tell others, that Mr Sarman to board the plane.


Basedon the notice above,we knowthat….

A.Only thewomanare allowed to use thetoilet.
B.All thewomenare suggestedto go to the toilet.
C.Thewomenareprohibited touse the toilet.
D.Thewomenare bannedto gotothetoilet.


What canweconclude from theoffice notice above?

A.It is a must forvisitors to registerstheirarrival.
B.It isokay for allvisitorsto stayat theoffice.
C.It is necessary for allvisitors towrite theattendance.
D.It is necessary for allvisitors to come to theoffice.
Sarman. Thankyou.
A.to tellothersthatMr.Sarmanisapassengerof Garuda
B.TocallMr.Sarmanto board the plane.
C.Toannounce that Garuda Indonesia flight number GA 705
to Jakartais about toleave.
D.To let passengers know thatMrSarman hasn’tboarded


This noticemeansthat the property belongs to one particular

person or group only, so …
A.Anybody can approachand makeit useof it.
B.It isintended for public.
C.It must be put outside.
D.Anybody must not approach or make use of it.


What is the communicative purpose of notice above?

A.to give command
B.toprohibit someone
C.towarn someone
D.to giveadvice

15.Whereyou can find thenotice on question no.14?

A.At a dorminatory school
C.Inthe classroom
D.In the public services
Select the sentence that uses commas, colons, and semi-colons correctly.
16.A.Murray missed work again on Monday, Tuesday he was fired.
was fired.
C.Murray missed work again onMonday;Tuesday he
was fired.
was fired.

17.A.I am making three desserts for the party: eclairs, strawberry

tarts, and chocolate cake.
B.I am making three desserts for the party, eclairs, strawberry
tarts, and chocolate cake.
C.I am making three desserts for the party; eclairs, strawberry
tarts, and chocolate cake.
D.I am making three desserts for the party; eclairs, strawberry
tarts and chocolate cake.

18.A.Caroline has never, as you know; been interested in sports.

in sports.
C.Caroline has never, asyouknow, been interested
in sports.
in sports.

19.A.The three winners of the contest were Ann,Lee, and Carlotta.

B.Thethreewinnersofthecontestwere:Ann,Lee,and Carlotta.
C.Thethreewinnersofthecontestwere;Ann,Lee,and Carlotta.
D.ThethreewinnersofthecontestwereAnn;Lee;and Carlotta.

20.A.Ahn has always given one person credit for her success:,her
her father.
C.Ahn has always given one person credit for her success,
her father.
her father.
1. As the counterbalance to linguistic competence, formulaic competence refers to chunks of
language that speakers use heavily in everyday interactions. It includes the
following, EXCEPT….
A. idioms
B. routines
C. turn-taking
D. collocations
E. lexical frames
Kunci Jawaban : C
Pembahasan :
C- turn taking adalah suatu urutan antara merespon dan berujar/ menginisiasi
percakapan. Jadi, jawaban yang tepat adalah C.

2. Among the areas where our behavior can directly influence our students’ motivation to
continue participation in EFL classes is determining short-term goals which include the
following EXCEPT….
A. the successful writing of an essay
B. the ability to partake in a discussion
C. the possibility of a better job in the future
D. the learning of a small amount of new language
E. the passing of the progress test at the end of the week

3. Applying the humanistic approach, the teacher should encourage supportive atmosphere in
the classroom by means of the following acts EXCEPT ….
A. listening to the students
B. encouraging them to share their feelings
C. accepting their comments without judgement
D. fixing the aims for the course or for one lesson
E. obliging students to do what they plan to do that day

4. When putting syllabuses together, an EFL curriculum designer has to consider each item
for inclusion in the syllabuses on the basis of the following criteria EXCEPT….
A. Learnability
B. Usefulness
C. Frequency
D. Coverage
E. Grading

5. The presentation/development step of a lesson plan should involve activities on the part of
the students. It should be carried out by keeping in mind the following
principles, EXCEPT…
A. principle of selection ( pemilihan )
B. principle of division ( pembagian )
C. principle of absorption ( Penyerapan )
D. principle of categorization ( mengkategorikan / mengelompokkan )
E. principle of successive sequence ( rangkaian yang berurutan )

6. When assigning the learners in the closure section of the lesson plan, remember that
students need to be able to perform their skills on their own. So, keep the following things in
mind EXCEPT ….
A. make a clear connection between the lesson and the homework
B. make sure to assign the homework directly after the lesson
C. clearly explain the assignment to be given to the learners
D. ask the model students to share their tasks to their classmates
E. make sure to check for students understating before sending them off
7. Free practice designed for an effective lesson plan integrates the focus
structure/vocabulary/functional language into students’ overall language use. It often
encourages students to use the target language structures in the following EXCEPT ….
A. games and puzzles
B. small group discussions
C. quizzes and formative tests
D. written work (paragraphs and essays)
E. longer listening comprehension practice

8. A well-developed lesson plan should be completed with assignments to guide the

instructor’s choice of assessment measures by providing information about student and class
comprehension of the material. The following are among the questions to
consider EXCEPT….
A. What level of learning do the students need to attain?
B. How does the lesson plan fit particular instructional principles?
C. What is the amount of time the instructor wants the students to use?
D. How does the assignment fi t with the rest of the lesson plan?
E. What is the purpose of the assignment?

9. The closure step of a lesson plan is a chance to determine whether the students need
additional practice or to go over the lesson again. The following are examples of closure in an
effective lesson plan EXCEPT ….
A. summarizing the characteristics of the lesson
B. discussing new things that the students learned about the lesson
C. giving them a couple of minutes to read or present the lesson to the class
D. asking what information from the lesson the students will fi nd important
E. asking the students to summarize the lesson for students missing the class.

10. The presentation phase of a lesson plan can take a variety of forms. The following are
suggestions on how to present new materials to class EXCEPT ….
A. teacher centered explanation
B. student presentation
C. reading selection
D. listening selection
E. guided exercises

11. Rina is solitary type of a student. The most suitable learning source for the teacher to
facilitate Rina in reading comprehension would be….
A. pictured workbooks
B. E-learning modules
C. reading passages
D. audio recordings
E. worksheet

12. A teacher who wants to have distance learning involving not only spoken but also
pictographic images which enable them to have face-to face idea exchanges can most
appropriately utilize….
A. skype
B. short message services
C. multimedia language laboratory
D. teleconference
E. Google messenger

13. Mrs. Nastiti is about to activate students’ formal schemata of lexical items used in a
report text. For the purpose, she can involve her students…
A. to identify words in jumbled letters
B. to label pictures with appropriate words
C. to guess word meanings from the context
D. to find the meaning of words in dictionary
E. to find the synonym or the antonym of words

14. To cater for the learning style of his students who are field independent (belajar mandiri),
when teaching reading, Mr. Hanafi will require his students to ……
A. follow in depth ideas in each paragraph
B. identify the main points of passages
C. imply the meaning in passages
D. retell details of all paragraphs
E. seek for specific information

15. Learning a new topic can be challenging for students. To motivate them to learn with
enthusiasm, a teacher may use empathetic communication strategy by….
A. telling the class that all beginning is difficult
B. informing the class to always be motivated
C. reminding the importance of learning English
D. explaining the disadvantage of not learning the topic
E. stating that the topic is interesting and they will like it

16. A student was texting Ms. Cruella as follows: “Excuse me, Mam. When can you meet me
to discuss my report? I have a question to ask. Thank you”
How should Ms. Cruella have responded to her student by texting back not to make her
A. “What about tomorrow? But, should I see you or should you see me?”
B. “Who do you think you are? I am your teacher. You must see me.”
C. “Is your language polite enough, Sandra? Check your English.”
D. “Sandra, be polite please, can’t you? Should I meet you?”
E. “You are really not polite, Sandra. Keep your manner.”

17. What follows are NOT among the principles of assessment:

A. Valid, objective, accountable, meaningful, and comprehensive
B. Accountable, meaningful, systematic, fair, and criterion-based
C. Objective, accountable, systematic, fair, and meaningful
D. Ongoing, integrated, systematic, fair, and accountable
E. Judgemental, valid, objective, fair, and accountable

18. Based on the indicator that follows: ―Given three brief paragraphs of different themes on
which every second half of every 2nd word is mutilated, students fill in the blank spaces in
the mutilated words of the paragraphs correctly, the most appropriate scoring scheme relevant
to the assessment procedure is….
A. scoring with a penalty
B. dichotomous scoring
C. primary-trait scoring
D. polytomous scoring
E. weighted scoring

“Dichotomous scoring refers to the assignment of one or two possible values based on a
person’s performance or response to a test question. A simple example is the use of correct
and incorrect to score a cognitive item response. These values are mutually exclusive, and
describe the correctness of a response in the simplest terms possible, as completely incorrect
or completely correct. Most cognitive tests involve at least some dichotomously scored items.
Multiple-choice questions are usually scored dichotomously”.
19. The problem in Mr. Andi’s class is the students tend to compete excessively in reading
class. They don’t have much experience in working together in task groups. She believes that
they need to have more opportunities to work together to change as their attitudes in
competing leads to an unhealthy class atmosphere. To solve the problem, she designs an
innovative instructional strategy through classroom action research.
The steps of which will need to have the elements of…
C. jigsaw
D. mind and mapping
E. click and clunk

20. Observations by a collaborator during the conduct of classroom action research are
mainly focused on....
A. both the teacher‘s teaching and more importantly students‘ learning behavior
B. detailed descriptions of class progress from minute to minute
C. class atmosphere during the implementation of the strategy
D. student-student and teacher-student class interactions
E. collection of data to provide evidence of change