Notification

×

Kategori Berita

Cari Berita

Jawaban Bahasa Inggris Pembelajaran 5: English For Academic Context

Tuesday, March 23, 2021 | 3/23/2021 WIB Last Updated 2021-09-06T04:07:09Z

ASN PPPK 2021 - Soal dan Pembahasan Guru PPPK Bahasa Inggris di bawah ini merupakan Kumpulan Soal Riviu Pembelajaran Bahasa Inggris Tahun 2021. Soal PPPK SKB Guru Bahasa Inggris Tahun 2021. Soal dan Jawaban Pembelajaran 5: English For Academic Context Bidang Studi Bahasa Inggris Calon Guru PPPK Tahun 2021.

Soal Riviu Pembelajaran Bahasa Inggris Tahun 2021. Soal PPPK SKB Guru Bahasa Inggris Tahun 2021. Soal dan Jawaban Pembelajaran 5: English For Academic Context Bidang Studi Bahasa Inggris Calon Guru PPPK Tahun 2021

Modul belajar mandiri ini memberikan pengamalan belajar bagi calon guru PPPK dalam memahami teori dan konsep pembelajaran tentang Bahasa Inggris. Unduh Soal PPPK SKB Bahasa Inggris

Komponen-komponen di dalam modul belajar mandiri ini dikembangkan dengan tujuan agar calon guru PPPK dapat dengan mudah memahami materi esensial terkait english for public information, english for commucation, english for entertainment, english for practical use, english for academic context , sekaligus meningkatkan kemampuan berpikir tingkat tinggi.

Soal dan Jawaban Bahasa Inggris Pembelajaran 5: English For Academic Context

Question 1

Cid rain is rain that is highly acidic because of sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides, and other air pollutants dissolved in it. Normal rain is slightly acidic, with a pH of 6. Acid rain may have a pH value as low as 2.8.

Acid rain can severely damage both plant and animal life. Certain lakes, for example, have lost all fish and plant life because of acid rain. Acid rain comes from sulfur in coal and oil. When they burn, they make sulfur dioxide (SO2 ). Most sulfur leaves factory chimneys as the gaseous sulfur dioxide (SO2 ) and most nitrogen are also emitted as one of the nitrogen oxides (NO or NO2 ), both of which are gasses. The gasses may be dry deposited–absorbed directly by the land, by lakes or by the surface vegetation. If they are in the atmosphere at any time, the gasses will oxidize (gain an oxygen atom) and go into solution as acids. Sulphuric acid (H2 SO4 ) and the nitrogen oxides will become nitric acid (HNO3 ). The acids usually dissolve in cloud droplets and may travel great distances before being precipitated as acid rain. Catalysts such as hydrogen peroxide, ozone, and ammonium help promote the formation of acids in clouds. 

More ammonium (NH4 ) can be formed when some of the acids are partially neutralized by airborne ammonia (NH3 ). Acidification increases with the number of active hydrogen (H+) ions dissolved in acid. Hydrocarbons emitted by, for exa mple, car exhausts will react in sunlight with nitrogen oxides to produce ozone. Although it is invaluable in the atmosphere, low-level ozone causes respiratory problems and also hastens the formation of acid rain. When acid rain falls on the ground it dissolves and liberates heavy metals and aluminum (Al). When it is washed into lakes, aluminum irritates the outer surfaces of many fish. As acid rain falls or drains into the lake the pH of the lake falls. Forests suffer the effect of acid rain through damage to leaves, through the loss of vital nutrients, and through the increased amounts of toxic metals liberated by acid, which damage roots and soil microorganisms.

What is the text mainly about?
a. Chemical substances
b. Air pollutants
c. Acid rain
d. Process of rain
e. Danger of gasses in the air
The correct answer is: Air pollutants

Question 2

If you want to advance in your career, you will have to make some careful decision about which job to take. Evaluate a job offer for the value it has to your career. It may mean a sacrifice first. You may have to move to another region or a different country to get a job that is right for you. You may have to work late hours, at last temporarily. You might even have to take lower salary for a job that offers you the experience you need. But you should never accept a job if it is not related to your career goals.

Accepting a job that is not within your career path will not give you the training or experience you need or want. You will find yourself frustrated in such position and consequently will not perform your best. This will have an effect on the people around you who will not feel as if you are being part of the team. The best advice is to think carefully before accepting any position and make sure that the job is the one you want to have

What is wrong with taking a job outside your career path?
a. You will earn less
b. You will not perform well
c. People will complain to you
d. People will give you advice
e. You will be part of a team
The correct answer is: You will earn less

Question 3

If you want to advance in your career, you will have to make some careful decision about which job to take. Evaluate a job offer for the value it has to your career. It may mean a sacrifice first. You may have to move to another region or a different country to get a job that is right for you. You may have to work late hours, at last temporarily. You might even have to take lower salary for a job that offers you the experience you need. But you should never accept a job if it is not related to your career goals.

Accepting a job that is not within your career path will not give you the training or experience you need or want. You will find yourself frustrated in such position and consequently will not perform your best. This will have an effect on the people around you who will not feel as if you are being part of the team. The best advice is to think carefully before accepting any position and make sure that the job is the one you want to have

One thing typical of the text above is the recommendation the writer/speaker gives to the audience, which is …
a. Think before accepting a job
b. Take the first job offered to you
c. Find a job with the highest salary
d. Consider changing career
e. Don‘t work with other people
The correct answer is: Take the first job offered to you

Question 4

Typically, what is expected by the writer/speaker of analytical exposition in the end is that the audience will… ………… his/her statement/opinion

a. remember
b. neglect
c. agree
d. debate
e. argue
The correct answer is: argue

Question 5
Should The Driving Age Be Raised?

An ongoing topic of debate in the safety world has been whether the driving age should be raised. Typically, drivers need to be 16 or 17 to drive alone. There are many people, including politicians and safety experts that want to raise the age to 18. Potential teen drivers aren‘t exactly thrilled with the idea, of course, but there are convincing arguments on both sides of the issue.

There are some strong, data-based arguments to be made in favor of raising the minimum driving age. First, it is safer. The rate of fatal crashes per mile driven is around half as high for teens aged 18 or 19 as for 16- and 17-year-olds.1 It is thought that raising the driving age to 18 could help lower the overall rate of fatal crashes.

Second argument is that it will make teens more active. It is thought that removing the option to drive will cause more teens to walk, ride bikes, or use other active options to get places. This could cut back on teenage obesity levels by providing more opportunities for exercise.

Thirdly, 18-year-olds are more emotionally mature than 16-year-olds. Emotional maturity increases as we age, and it‘s thought that 18-year-olds are more likely to make smart decisions without giving in to peer pressure than 16-year-olds.

Though the camp for raising the minimum driving age makes strong points, there are additional arguments in favor of keeping things the same. In the first place, it limits transportation options for teens. Teens these days are involved in more activities than ever. School, extracurricular activities, jobs, and social events usually require some form of transportation. If the teens can‘t drive themselves, the responsibility for transportation often falls to their parents—who may not have the time or ability—or public transportation, which may not be readily available. This can limit the options these kids have for personal growth at a critical age.

Another argument is it will delay the gaining of valuable experience. The best way to learn how to do something is to do it. The argument here is that the higher crash rates for 16- and 17-year-olds may just be because they are new to driving and lack experience. Delaying the start of driving may just delay that learning and shift the crash rates more toward the 18- and 19-year-olds.

Whichever side of the argument you fall on, we encourage you to stay invested in your child‘s safety as they learn to drive. To help keep them accountable, consider installing a dash cam so you can see how they drive-and have conversations about how to improve their safety behind the wheel.

According to the pros-arguments mentioned in the text, raising driving age will be beneficial to teenagers for this reason

a. Health
b. Opportunity
c. Achievemen
d. Efficiency
e. Future life
The correct answer is: Health

Question 6

There are many reasons for both sides of the question, -should we have printed advertisement?‖. Many people have strong views and feel that ads are nothing more than useless junk mail, while other people feel it is important source of information.

There are some reasons why we should have advertisement in newspaper and magazines. One reason is ads give us information about what is available. Looking at ads we can find out what is on sale and what is new in the market. This is an easy way of shopping. Another reason is that advertisement promotes business. When shop owners compete against each other the buyer saves money, more people come to their shops and they sell more goods.

On the other hand, some people argue that ads should not be put in newspapers and magazines for these various reasons. Firstly, ads cost the shopkeepers a lot of money to print onto paper. Also some people don`t like finding junk mail in their letter boxes. Ads also influence people to buy items they don`t need and can`t really afford. Ads use up a lot of space and a lot of effort has to be made to make the ads eye-catching.

After looking at both sides of issue, I think we should not have advertisements because they cost a lot of money and take up a lot of room in the papers. I don`t think I find some of them interesting. I mainly disagree because its junk mail

The writer presents two sides of opinion of advertisement because he/she wants..
a. Hto be in the affirmative side
b. the readers to understand her stance
c. to know the opinion about the issue
d. to use opinions to emphasize her own stance
e. to take side
The correct answer is: to take side

Question 7
Should The Driving Age Be Raised?

An ongoing topic of debate in the safety world has been whether the driving age should be raised. Typically, drivers need to be 16 or 17 to drive alone. There are many people, including politicians and safety experts that want to raise the age to 18. Potential teen drivers aren‘t exactly thrilled with the idea, of course, but there are convincing arguments on both sides of the issue.

There are some strong, data-based arguments to be made in favor of raising the minimum driving age. First, it is safer. The rate of fatal crashes per mile driven is around half as high for teens aged 18 or 19 as for 16- and 17-year-olds.1 It is thought that raising the driving age to 18 could help lower the overall rate of fatal crashes.

Second argument is that it will make teens more active. It is thought that removing the option to drive will cause more teens to walk, ride bikes, or use other active options to get places. This could cut back on teenage obesity levels by providing more opportunities for exercise.

Thirdly, 18-year-olds are more emotionally mature than 16-year-olds. Emotional maturity increases as we age, and it‘s thought that 18-year-olds are more likely to make smart decisions without giving in to peer pressure than 16-year-olds.

Though the camp for raising the minimum driving age makes strong points, there are additional arguments in favor of keeping things the same. In the first place, it limits transportation options for teens. Teens these days are involved in more activities than ever. School, extracurricular activities, jobs, and social events usually require some form of transportation. If the teens can‘t drive themselves, the responsibility for transportation often falls to their parents—who may not have the time or ability—or public transportation, which may not be readily available. This can limit the options these kids have for personal growth at a critical age.

Another argument is it will delay the gaining of valuable experience. The best way to learn how to do something is to do it. The argument here is that the higher crash rates for 16- and 17-year-olds may just be because they are new to driving and lack experience. Delaying the start of driving may just delay that learning and shift the crash rates more toward the 18- and 19-year-olds.

Whichever side of the argument you fall on, we encourage you to stay invested in your child‘s safety as they learn to drive. To help keep them accountable, consider installing a dash cam so you can see how they drive —and have conversations about how to improve their safety behind the wheel.

One of the arguments against the raising of driving age to 18 or above deals with.....

a. Traffic jam
b. Emotional maturity
c. Safety
d. Transport limit
e. Fatality
The correct answer is: Safety

×
Artikel Terbaru Update