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Lowongan Kerja Guru di Jakarta - Teacher Jobs

Sekolah Bukit Sion is a National Plus school with English and Indonesian as the languages of instruction. Mandarin is also offered as a second language. Our team of well-qualified and caring bilingual teachers are here to provide the most innovative teaching programs to our students.

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What Is A Good Teacher Lesson Plan?

Writing a new and innovative teacher lesson plan for every class can be tiring, and many teachers report that this is their least favorite part of their jobs. Unfortunately, most public schools require that teachers work from plans instead of just from the top of their head.

The reason for this is consistent education and, while most teachers understand this, it doesn't make the lessons any easier to write. Luckily, there are many tools available that will help even the most frustrated educator create better lessons.

Many teachers will attempt to take courses on how to write a better teacher lesson plan. This is a great way to get some templates or forms to help with the process. If nothing else, many teachers find that they need to be better organized when writing their plans. Organization is key to making the lessons flow and be something that teachers would not only submit to their supervisors but would also be proud to teach to their students. Well written lessons don't have to be difficult to write, but it is time consuming and it is easy to see how many teachers are on the verge of pulling their hair out when they are done.

Other tools that teachers may use to aide them in writing a teacher lesson plan are planning books, templates, forms, and even computer programs. Programs that utilize computers are the latest craze, as many are very versatile. Many teachers like to buy programs that have all of the forms and such that they need so all they have to do is input information and teach. This is a very practical way to go about it, because the computer will help you stay organized and there is no dealing with confusing forms to make the process even more difficult.

In addition to these tools, many teachers find that if they supplement their teacher lesson plan with plans that have already been created for them, they feel a lot less stressed. There are tools available to teachers right now that can provide them with the templates they need in addition to the fully planned lessons that will give them a break when they need it. These allow teachers to turn on the computer and teach instead of refining their plans again and again and feeling the stress that goes along with that. This type of teaching is becoming very popular among educators of every level.
Author: Iprwire Staff Writer

Boring After School Activities

Why does Lisa grumble when it is time for her to go for her piano lessons? How come Johnny abhors the sight of his skates now? After all, these children were very enthusiastic about the programs when they started off. What happened? Parents are often confused by the disturbing and often incongruous signals they receive from their children. One day the kids are excited about the new theatre class and in just a few short weeks they wail and moan when it's time to go.

The first thing a family should do when a child begins resisting a previously loved activity is to listen and investigate. Do not jump into conclusions. A little bit of intelligent sleuthing is required. Ask your child what he or she does in the class. Find out what exactly is the cause of the problem. Then ask the teachers the same questions. Compare notes. You may stumble on some important clues. Usually, children start out on an activity thinking it's all fun. But when they realize that they cannot just hang out and that they need to follow rules etc, they begin to resist. Your child may feel stifled if the program is too structured. If the discipline is too rigorous or the activity too painful (like a karate class) some children balk. Use your own instincts. Does the program feel like fun? Would you want to attend it yourself? Are they offering enough motivation to keep the child interested?

The teacher-to-child ratio is also an important factor. Children need attention. If the number of teachers is just enough to handle a class, it is possible that your child is not receiving enough attention. State recommendations usually specify that there must be 1 teacher for 15 children.

Children try to avoid problems they cannot solve. If there are no perceivable problems with the class and the teachers, perhaps you need to have a chat with your child. If your judgment says that the place is good and the activity engaging enough, then it's time to work with your child. More often than not, social pressures may be at work here. Does your child have friends there? If she is lonely or miserable because of the lack of friends, help her find a friend. If she finds a friend, she will get more involved in the activities

If your best efforts do not pay off, and your child still resists that fantastic guitar classes, then it's time to let go. Shift your child to some other program. If he or she still retains interest in guitars, you can take it up after a few months. Never force the child, especially when it comes to extra-curricular activities. Since they are 'extra', they must bring in extra happiness and extra enthusiasm too.

Thank You Gifts For Teachers

Teachers add so much to our lives and guide out children with special attention. It always nice to give an appreciation for their thoughtfulness and caring. But what gift would be appropriate and not overwhelm the teacher? Here a just a few:

1. Fill a basket with things they will need and use all year. Add pens, pencils, notepads, stickers, boxes of staples and paperclips.

2. Wrap a coffee can with colorful paper and add three or four of your favorite home baked cookies. The plastic lid will keep them fresh for days.

3. Teachers often burn the midnight candle as they read reports and grade papers. Fill a basket with bags of munchies like peanuts, chips, popcorn.

4. Make a donation to the local zoo or library in your teacher’s name. Put the donation card in with a note expressing your appreciation.

5. Teachers are always reading. Get a gift certificate or card at your local book store and enclose it in a note of your appreciation for their help.

6. Get a apple made of cloth and filled with soft fibers. Have every member of the class sign the apple in ink.

7. Teachers are always carrying books and papers. Find a satchel bag with an apple or red, white, and blue flag design. Or make a bag with all the school colors.

8. At the local bookstore, find a bookmark that says what a great teacher he is. Or one that has apples running the length of the bookmark. You may be able to find one with dunce hats or take another plain bookmark and add dunce hat stickers to it.

9. Buy a glass or ceramic mug and have your child paint an apple and his name on the side.

10. Have your child create a pencil cup by decorating a juice can with brightly colored tissue paper.


Silabus dan RPP SMA - Platinum Edition

Free Syllabus and Lesson Plans for Senior High School especially for Indonesian teachers, all files are in PDF format which can be open by using some application software, try to install Adobe Acrobat Reader or Adobe Reader to your computer first, download one of those software from this page, the links is appear on your right side.

Many lessons of syllabus and lesson plan, there are Geography Lesson, Economy Lesson, Math Lesson, Science Lesson (IPA) and more wait for the next update.

Just single click to the list link, then it will open document with pdf format automaticly, save to your hard disk
(you can convert the .pdf to .doc file with using Adobe Acrobat Reader 7)

Free Syllabus and Lesson Plans Platinum Edition list:

Dunia Biologi SMA 1
Dunia Biologi SMA 2
Dunia Biologi SMA 3

Kajian Konsep Fisika SMA 1
Kajian Konsep Fisika SMA 2
Kajian Konsep Fisika SMA 3

Kimia Eksperimen SMA 1
Kimia Eksperimen SMA 2
Kimia Eksperimen SMA 3

Perspektif Matematika SMA 1
Perspektif Matematika SMA 2 - IPA
Perspektif Matematika SMA 2 - IPS
Perspektif Matematika SMA 3 - IPA
Perspektif Matematika SMA 3 - IPS

Mengkaji Geografi SMA 1
Mengkaji Geografi SMA 2
Mengkaji Geografi SMA 3

Fenomena Ekonomi SMA 1
Fenomena Ekonomi SMA 2
Fenomena Ekonomi SMA 3

Other levels: SD | SMP | SMA
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15 Secrets To Boost Your I.Q In Less Than 30 Days

The same reason that people visit the gym on a regular basis, is probably the same reason you’re interested in raising your IQ. We just aren’t challenged enough physically or mentally. Setting aside time to work your mind out and organizing your various mental muscles can help you to be more creative, solve problems quicker and focus on the things you want.

Contrary to what most people believe, brainpower goes beyond inherited genes. Scientists have proven that intelligence is a combination of both genes and environment. When laboratory rats were given more toys to interact with, they ended up having much smarter rats than the ones that did not have any toys. Studies have also shown that you can grow more neurons with a stimulating environment.

The benefits of being mentally fit are very obvious. You’ll be able to enjoy accelerated learning. If you’re in high school, college or attend a university, you may find yourself having an easier time of your studies and your grade point average raising. You’ll also find yourself being able to think logically more often. You’ll be able to assemble a clear line of logic and reasoning that can help you make better decisions in life. Another benefit is that of increased creativity. Whether you’re into music, art, writing or any other form of art, training your mind can definitely open the flood gates of creativity in those areas as well.

In addition, your memory and focus will increase. Training with certain kinds of memory tools such as pegging and linking can help you uncover new ways to store information permanently and have an easier time of recalling things. Through meditation, your focus can improve greatly. You can start by meditating 10 or 15 minutes a day. Simply find a quiet place and sit or lay completely still, with eyes closed. Then, as much as possible, quiet your mind and focus on your breathing. If you’re not used to doing this, it may be extremely difficult. That’s ok. The more you do it, the easier it gets. As you stick with it, you’ll notice some very big improvements of being able to hold ideas and imagines in your mind much longer and stronger.

So how can you boost your IQ in less than 30 days? Here are the key secrets:

1. Write – when you write down your thoughts, it can be a great tool for you to reflect and make decisions. Some people use journals to write down their thoughts, others have simple notepads or notebooks. Simply writing what you think and feel can help you have a new perspective when you go back and read those words.

2. Meditate – as already stated, you can significantly boost your IQ through meditation. It may not seem logical, that you could boost your IQ by thinking about nothing at all, but it does help you bridge a connection from your conscious to your subconscious mind. And the subconscious stores every bit of data of our lives. Nothing is lost to the subconscious.

3. Be active – if you’re not already active, start a regular exercise routine. Having a healthy body also affects the mind.

4. Have Hobbies – have a regular routine of doing things you love to do, whether it’s fishing, bowling, bicycling, knitting, or reading a mystery novel. The more fun and passion you experience, the easier it will be to process and assimilate new information.

5. Read at least 15 minutes a day – Try to read at least 15 minutes a day. It may be hard to read if you’re pressed for time, but 15 minutes is very doable by anyone of this day and age.

6. Think – involve yourself in documentaries, books, magazines or board games that make you think. Actively challenge your current assumptions.

7. Study IQ puzzles – visit your local book store and buy yourself a couple of IQ puzzles or crossword puzzles. Make sure you get ones that have the answers in the back so that you can work out any mistakes. Go over them again and again. It keeps your mind sharp.

8. Play competitive games like chess You can log on to the Internet and play with other players around the world. You can also play billiards.

9. Walk in someone else’s shoes – empathy goes along with IQ intelligence. By exploring someone else’s perspective of the world can help you to think through other people’s eyes. Although this is not a logical reasoning ability, it is an ability that can help you think out of the box when you’re stumped on a problem.

10. Create something on a regular basis – find something you can create, whether it’s writing an ebook, building a bird house, planting a flower, overhauling a car engine, or drawing a picture. Use your creative powers on a regular basis.

11. Conduct thought experiments – Ask yourself “what if” questions. Write them down and see how far you can take a certain question.

12. Break out of the routine – try to consciously break a routine, even if just for a short time. If for example you drive the same way to work every day, try a new route. If you sleep on the left side of the bed, sleep on the right side, or even the opposite direction.

13. Explore new cultures – seek different worldviews than your own. Meet people from other cultures and let them teach you about their food, language and traditions.

14. Learn outside of your usual interests – don’t stick to the same old things. If you like rock music, try listening to rap or jazz. If you’re into art or music, get into a programming language.

15. Use your brain more – Force yourself to use your brain more in everything that you do. In many cases its just having the intention to use your brain more that can actually give you surprising results. Logic, focus and creativity are a handful of mental muscles that you should be exercising on a regular basis.

These techniques can definitely help you boost your IQ, no matter who you are.

by: Dr. Enigma Valdez, C.H.

Get Started Learning English Online Free

If you do not have any knowledge of English or if your exposure to the language has been minimal, you can avail of an English online free course. The course starts with the basics for beginners so that even a child (with the help of an adult) can take this course and become a fluent speaker and writer. It is not enough to be able to speak the language. You have to be able to write English as well so that you can correspond and communicate in many different ways. This will be advantageous to you if you plan to love or travel to an English speaking country and especially if you want to do business in such a country.

The beginning grammar lessons in an online English course start off with the basics. You will learn how to use one of the main verbs in the English language ?to be. In this lesson, you will hear and read short presentation dialogues and then receive instruction as to how to use these verbs. There will also be a list of vocabulary words used in the lesson and the grammar exercises provide short sentences for which you have to fill in the correct verb. Then you can take the quiz to see how well you have done in the lesson. Even though the focus of the lesson is on the conjugation of the verb be? you receive exposure to other facets of the language, such as the placement of verbs in a sentence, the pronouns used with the verbs and the punctuation at the end of the sentence.

The lessons in an online English course are like building blocks. Each one builds on the previous lesson, so that what you learn in one lesson will help you in the subsequent ones. You can review the material as often as you wish and complete the practice exercises and quizzes as many times as you feel you need to until you are comfortable that you understand the concept. There are listening exercises to go along with the topics as well, so in this way you get a double dose of the material as well as exposure to listening to native English speakers.

Learning online is also fun with the many games and other resources available to you. Games are a part of learning English, even with native speakers. Through vocabulary and word games you increase your vocabulary with the thousands of words used in these ways.

As you advance through the course, you can utilize many other resources, such as reading short books in English at your own pace. You can even test yourself with how you speak the language by recording your speech and them comparing it with the speakers for the passages. Read newspapers, learn how to write an essay or do research and gain important information about daily conversations about the weather, aspects of campus life and talking about your family.

There is no doubt that when you complete an online course in English you will be very knowledgeable about the language and how to use it properly in your interactions with others. However, you do have to be motivated to keep studying, so whatever reason you have for learning English should be uppermost in your mind.
Author: Warren Wong

Learning English Online is Free and Enjoyable

With the convenience and the technology of the Internet, when you want to learn to speak, read and write English you no longer have to take regular classes or travel to an English speaking country to do so. You can stay at home and take English online and study at you own pace without paying the costly tuition and other expenses that would otherwise be involved. The courses are designed to be very comprehensive and include listening passages, reading materials and games in addition to instruction, grammar exercises and quizzes.

The beginning course consists of lessons on:

- subject pronouns

- asking questions

- using the negative in sentences

- contractions

- prepositions of place

- nouns

- articles

- pronouns

- singular and plural

As you take this course, you will also have access to an instructor if you need any help other than that provided in the lessons. You are able to communicate with others taking the same course and these may be people in another country, which gives you a chance to make new friends online. In this way you are able to communicate in English to enhance your learning. You also have a study buddy with whom you can learn from and with each other.

The main focus on learning English is to learn the spelling rules , which include where and when to use capital letters, the different forms of punctuation and how to add suffixes and prefixes. The use of double consonants in English is different than in other languages because there are no double letters in the English language alphabet. You will learn which letters must be doubled when you add endings onto words. such as added ing to hit ?hitting.

The next sections on the online English course will take you further into your learning with easy introductory lessons to a wide variety of concepts. Each of these lessons starts with a dialogue based on the concept that you can listen to and read along with the printed version of the dialogue. The lesson also contains key vocabulary words that will increase your level of English vocabulary.

For students English as a second language, when they first start the course they find it slow going because they have to try to translate the English words into their native language. For this reason, they have access to a dictionary in which they can look up English words and find what that word is in just about any language, including Chinese and Korean.

There is also an audio course offered online in which you listen to short passages at first and answer comprehension questions to make sure you understand what the passage is about. These start off with very simple topics and gradually increase in length and the complexity of the topic.

In order to attend college or university in English speaking countries or to immigrate to take a job, you do have to show that you are proficient in the language by taking a test in the basic skills required in speaking, reading, writing and listening. This type of course will prepare you to take this test and give you study tips as well as tips to help you write the required essay.
Author: Ling Tong

10 Best Ways to Learn English in a Non-English Country

Even in countries in which English is not the primary language, it is important to learn English for a number of reasons. First of all, many English-speaking individuals tour other countries and they may not speak the native language of that country, so it is necessary for them to speak to others who can speak English. Then again, many wish to learn English because they are hoping to visit or even live in an English-speaking country someday.

However, learning how to speak English in a non-English country can be quite challenging. Where those learning how to speak English in English-speaking countries have a lot of resources to their disposal such as television, radio, and libraries that are packed full of books written in English, the resident of a non-English country does not have that luxury. That is why it is important to explore other options.

Below are the 10 best ways that an individual wishing to speak English can learn in their own country:

  1. The Internet is going to be your best friend. It is packed full of resources, reading materials, sound recordings, and so much more that can help you learn the meaning of the words that you read and speak.
  2. Check out your local video store and see if there are movies in English. There may be a few. Don't worry about the entertainment value of the title. You are watching it so you can stop it and replay it in order to focus on your English speaking skills.
  3. Record yourself when you speak English. After you are finished recording, play it back and see what you sound like. If you are not clear, then you can simply try again. This is a great way to see how others hear you.
  4. Go to your library and pick out titles that are written in English. Try to read those titles. Just be mindful of the difficulty level and even practice writing some of the sentences.
  5. Find an English CD and listen to it. Decipher the words and even try to sing along. This can be a lot of fun. If you want to, you can record yourself doing this and really have a lot of fun.
  6. Try to surround yourself with as many English materials as possible. Not just books, movies, and CDs, but magazines and any products that you can find in the store that may have English written on them. Some major brands service many countries and have multiple languages written on their packaging.
  7. Practice with a friend. This friend may not know English, but impress them with your skills. You may even try to teach what you have learned because you will be less likely to forget by repeating the information to another.
  8. If you hear a word and you don't know what it is, write it down and do research on what it means. In your research you'll encounter many more English words for you to ponder over.
  9. Keep a diary in English. The things you write can be as simple as what day it is and what the weather is like outside.
  10. And the most important to learn English is to consider is online ESL courses. These online courses help you learn at your pace and provide you with materials that will have you speaking English in no time. All of the other steps can be used outside of your courses to make you proficient in the language.
So as you can see, there are many things you can do, but the ESL courses are certainly going to prove to be the doorway that will get you to where you need to be.
Author: Amy Nutt

Four Tips For Learning English

If you have decided that you want to learn English, you are about to start on a fairly difficult journey. While English is one of the most widely spoken languages, particularly in the western hemisphere, it is also one of the most difficult to learn. If you have committed yourself to learning the language, here are some tips you can use to make it a little easier.

Tip 1 - Identify Your Motivation and Desire

Before you start down the path of learning English, make sure you really want to. If you cannot say that you truly want to learn the language, you are going to struggle, particularly if you are trying to learn English online. Remember, it is a challenging language and will take a measure of dedication to learn.

Also, you need to identify your motivation. Ask yourself why you want to learn English. Understanding your motivation, whether it be to help qualify for a better job or to communicate with someone you know, will help you stick to your goal of learning English.

Tip 2 - Set Realistic Goals

You are not going to learn English overnight, even if you are highly motivated, are a great student, and are attending the best online English school you can find. You need to set realistic goals that you can work toward as you master the language.

Your goal for the first week may be to master some basic vocabulary. Then you may wish to tackle an important grammar rule. If you already have a basic understanding of English, you can set goals to improve your pronunciation or listening comprehension. You need to know your basic goals before you begin attending English school so that you can choose the best program to help you meet them.

Tip 3 - Set Aside Time to Practice

Learning any language takes practice, and lots of it. Knowing how to practice a language is important. You can't simply sit at home and talk to yourself. Even if you are trying to learn English online, you need to find native speakers to talk to. You can use the telephone or online chats to talk to people who know English well, but you need to find someone to talk to.

You can also practice by writing English. Write letters, emails, and notes in English whenever the recipient can understand English. Your English lesson at school will probably have you writing as well, but practical writing in the real world is the best way to discover whether or not you know the language well enough to communicate.

Tip 4 - Immerse Yourself in the Language

The best way to train your brain to think and understand in another language is to immerse yourself in the language as much as possible. Subscribe to publications in English, and read them. Read books in English, and listen to recordings made in English. Speak the language whenever you have someone near you who can understand it, especially when that person is a native speaker who can help you with your pronunciation.

Watch television programs in English. This is one of the best ways to help yourself learn English, because you will have a visual reference to help you understand the spoken word. If your television has closed captioning capabilities, turn this on. Then you will also have a written reference to reinforce what you are learning.

The best thing about the immersion approach is that it gets you used to the proper pronunciations of the words. Also, by immersing yourself in the culture that surrounds the English language, you can pick up on slang words and words that are not quite used correctly, but sound right to English speakers. You will pick up on phrases that are commonly used, and phrases that are best left untouched. So, whenever you have the chance to practice speaking, writing, or listening to English, take advantage of it. You will soon learn English as well as any native speaker, or perhaps even better!
Author: Amy Nutt

Intonation and Stress in English Pronunciation

Speakers and learners of English are interested in improving their ACCENT. They quite properly give importance to their pronunciation. However, making the correct English sounds is only a part of a correct accent. A native accent also depends on proper links between parts of the expressions spoken, and also the proper intonation or stress on the parts of the words in the spoken utterance.

It is necessary to have the proper "music" or rhythm of the language that is spoken. You all know the following word game. What is a "zookee"? Ask this of a native born English speaker and they will not know what you mean. If you say, "It is used to open the gate to a place where animals are kept". He or she will know that you are saying "zoo key". You may have pronounced the sounds perfectly but your link between the two parts of the word caused your listener to not hear "zoo key".

The same thing happens with word stress. A native speaker of English knows whether you mean the place where the president of the United States lives, or a house that is painted white when you say "white house". Similarly when you say "dark room", you mean either a room with no lights on, or the place where a photographer develops film. It is the word stress (which has certain rules that you will learn in other articles) that makes the difference.

This article will present an example of and the reasons for the importance of proper word stress.

A. Read the following sentences aloud timing how long each one takes to read.
Then count the syllables in each sentence.

The beautiful Mountain appeared transfixed in the distance.
(How long did it take to read? ______ seconds.) (How many syllables does it have? ________)

He can come on Sundays as long as he doesn't have to do any homework in the evening.
(How long did it take to read? (______ seconds.) (How many syllables does it have? ________)
  • Notice that the first sentence actually takes about the same time to speak well!
  • Even though the second sentence is approximately 30% longer than the first, the sentences take the same time to speak. This is because there are 5 stressed words in each sentence.

B. Learn the following facts concerning pronunciation.
  • English is considered a stressed language while many other languages are considered syllabic.
  • In other languages, such as French or Italian, each syllable receives equal importance (there is stress, but each syllable has its own length).
  • English pronunciation focuses on specific stressed words while quickly gliding over the other, non-stressed, words.
  • Stressed words are considered content words: Nouns e.g. kitchen, Peter - (most) principle verbs e.g. visit, construct - Adjectives e.g. beautiful, interesting - Adverbs e.g. often, carefully
  • Non-stressed words are considered function words: Determiners e.g. the, a - Auxiliary verbs e.g. am, were - Prepositions e.g. before, of - Conjunctions e.g. but, and - Pronouns e.g. they, she

C. Practice and Keep it up

  • Write down a few sentences, or take a few example sentences from a book or exercise.
  • First underline the stressed words, then read aloud focusing on stressing the underlined words and gliding over the non-stressed words.
  • Be surprised at how quickly your pronunciation improves! By focusing on stressed words, non-stressed words and syllables take on their more muted nature.
  • When listening to native speakers, focus on how those speakers stress certain words and begin to copy this.
  • Now, do some listening comprehension or go speak to your native English speaking friends and listen to how they concentrate on the stressed words rather than giving importance to each syllableStressed words are the key to excellent pronunciation and understanding of English.

D. Tips:
  • Remember that non-stressed words and syllables are often "swallowed" in English.
  • Always focus on pronouncing stressed words well, non-stressed words can be glided over.
  • Don't focus on pronouncing each word. Focus on the stressed words in each sentence.
Author: Frank Gerace