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Contoh Soal UAS/PAS B. Inggris Kls XI SMA Semester 1 Kurikulum 2013

Contoh Soal UAS/PAS B. Inggris Kls XI SMA Semester 1 Kurikulum 2013

Tujuan dari Kegiatan Penilaian Akhir Semester ( PAS ) dilaksanakan adalah sebagai berikut:
1. Mengevaluasi pembelajaran selama 1 semester dengan memberikan bentuk soal kepada peserta didik
2. Menentukan nilai UAS untuk pertimbangan nilai raport yang disatukan dengan nilai sehari- hari.
3. Untuk mengetahui suksesnya pembelajaran selam satu semester atau dua semester dengan melihat atau merujuk pada nilai UAS/PAS.
Adapun kegiatan penilaian akhir semester pada tahun pelajaran 2018/2019 menurut prakiraan Kalender Pendidikan ,akan dilaksanakan pada tanggal 28 November sampai tanggal 8 Desember.

Contoh Soal UAS/PAS B. Inggris Kls XI SMA Semester 1 Kurikulum 2013

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Don’t ban mobiles in schools, let students use them
The furtive glance down into his or her crotch Is the telltale sign all modern teachers will recognise as a dead give-away that a student is using a mobile phone in class. It’s a comical sight, its sheer obviousness apparently lost on most students, but one that is also serious in its implications - that particular student is probably not paying attention at that moment, and perhaps hasn’t been for quite some time.

Mobile phones are a distraction in class. There’s no debate about this. But, with the exception of some schools where strict discipline is the defining characteristic of its ethos, I don’t think there’s any need to ban them In most schools. In fact, I’d go as far as to say we teachers should be glad that almost all our students will have a mobile phone with them in school. Mobile phones today are mini-computers which can be used as internet browsers, cameras, video and audio recorders, calculators, stop clocks, homework diaries and notebooks. They can be used as data-loggers in sci- ence lessons, maps in geography lesions and for listening exercises in language lessons. At a time
when few schools can afford to provide every student with a laptop or tablet computing device,mobile phones can allow us to make the most of modern information technology in our class- rooms.

In my science lessons, many of my students will use their mobile phones place of calculators and stop clocks when doing experiments. I also encourage them to use their phones to take photo- graphs of apparatus and to make videos of the phenomena we.

The use of mobile phones offers much more than novelty, fun, and excitement - I believe there are tangible educational benefits. Students today have grown up in the digital age and it is surely one of our duties as teachers to create opportunities for them to develop the skills they will need to succeed in a world driven by new technologies. Just as the ability to use word processing, simple
spreadsheets and presentation software are now necessary in the modern workplace, it may be just a matter of time before simple digital video and audio manipulation skills are essential. Using mo- bile phones in class, when other devices are in short supply, provides one way to address these needs.

I’m not naive - I know that students with permission to use mobile phones in school will not be able to resist checking their text messages and social media updates. That is, they won’t be able to resist doing these things unless they are otherwise engaged with whatever it is they’re supposed to be doing in class. Sure, some students will always find checking their Facebook page more interest- ing than anything we teachers can offer them in lessons, but the majority of students, like the ma- jority of adults, can be trusted to make their own decisions about the appropriate time and place to check their email or send a text message. And here’s a controversial thought - just as you can quickly send a text message or check your email while doing something else, perhaps students can be trusted to do the same in school? It cannot be right that schools spend huge amounts of money investing in technology to improve and enhance their students’ education whilst ignoring the powerful technological tool that almost every student brings into school every day.

01. What is the central argument proposed by the author?

02. In general is the author the proponent or opponent of mobile phone ban at schools?

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