Sabtu, 30 April 2011

RPP Narrative Reading


RENCANA PELAKSANAAN PEMBELAJARAN

Satuan Pendidikan        : MAN 1 Boyolali                                               Topik                : Narrative Texts
Kelas/ Semester                        : X/ 1                                                    Ketrampilan       : Reading
Mata Pela­jaran              : Bahasa Inggris                                                Alokasi Waktu   : 6 X 45’ (tiga pertemuan)

A.    Standar Kompetensi
2.     Memahami makna teks tulis fuungsonal pendek esei sederhana berbentuk  procedure, narrative dan recount dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari dan untuk mengakses ilmu pengetahuan

B.    Kompetensi Dasar
3.     Merespon makna dan langkah retorika teks tulis esei secara akurat, lancar dan berterima dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari dan untuk mengakses ilmu pengetahuan dalam teks berbentuk: recount, narrative, dan procedure.

C.    Indikator
1.     Menyebutkan tujuan komunikatif dari teks narrative tertulis.
2.     Menyebutkan topik dari teks narrative tertulis.
3.     Menyebutkan gagasan utama suatu paragraf dari teks narrative tertulis.
4.     Menyebutkan informasi rinci tersurat dari teks narrative.
5.     Menyebutkan informasi tertentu tersirat dari teks narrative tulis.
6.     Menyebutkan makna kata dari teks narrative tertulis.

D.    Tujuan Pembelajaran
Pada akhir pelajaran diharapkan siswa dapat melakukan semua hal yang tersebut dalam indikator di atas.

E.    Materi Ajar: Teks Narrative Tertulis

Contoh Teks:

1.     The Old Woman and the Physician

            An old woman having lost the use of her eyes, called in a Physician to heal them, and made this bargain with him in the presence of witnesses: that if he should cure her blindness, he should receive from her a sum of money; but if her infirmity remained, she should give him nothing. This agreement being made, the physician, time after time, applied his salve to her eyes, and on every visit took something away, stealing all her property little by little. And when he had got all she had, he healed her and demanded the promised payment. The old woman, when she recovered her sight and saw none of her goods in her house, would give him nothing. The physician insisted on his claim, and as she still refused, summoned her before the Judge. The Old Woman, standing up in the Court, argued, “This man here speaks the truth in what he says; for I did promise to give him a sum of money if I should recover my sight: but if I continued blind, I was to give him nothing. Now he declares that I am healed. I, on the contrary, affirm that I am still blind; for when I lost the use of my eyes, I saw in my house various chattels and valuable goods; but now, though he swears I am cured of my blindness, I am not able to see a single thing  in it.

Taken from: Fables: Aesop
George Fyler Townsend (Editor)

2.     The White Butterfly

An old man named Takahama lived in a little house behind the cemetery of the temple of Sozanji. He was extremely amiable and generally liked by his neighbors, though most of them considered him to be a little mad. His madness, it would appear, entirely rested upon the fact that he had never married or had an intimate companionship with women.
One summer day he became very ill, so ill, in fact, that he called his sister and her son. They both came and did all they could to bring comfort during his last hours. While they watched, Takahama fell asleep; but he had no sooner done so than a large white butterfly flew into the room and rested on the old man's pillow. The young man tried to drive it away with a fan; but it came back three times, as if loath to leave the sufferer.
At last Takahama's nephew chased it out into the garden, through the gate, and into the cemetery beyond, where it lingered over a woman's tomb, and then mysteriously disappeared. On examining the tomb the young man found the name "Akiko" written upon it, together with a description narrating how Akiko died when she was eighteen. Though the tomb was covered with moss and must have been erected fifty years previously, the boy saw that it was surrounded with flowers, and that the little water tank had been recently filled.
When the young man returned to the house he found that Takahama had passed away, and he returned to his mother and told her what he had seen in the cemetery.
"Akiko?" murmured his mother. "When your uncle was young he was betrothed to Akiko. She died shortly before her wedding day. When Akiko left this world your uncle resolved never to marry, and to live ever near her grave. For all these years he has remained faithful to his vow, and kept in his heart all the sweet memories of his one and only love. Every day Takahama went to the cemetery, whether the air was fragrant with summer breeze or thick with falling snow. Every day he went to her grave and prayed for her happiness, swept the tomb and set flowers there. When Takahama was dying, and he could no longer perform his loving task, Akiko came for him. That white butterfly was her sweet and loving soul."

3.     The Thief and His Mother

      A boy stole a lesson-book from one of his schoolfellows and took it home to his mother. She not only abstained from beating him, but encouraged him. He next time stole a cloak and brought it to her, and she again commended him. The youth, advanced to adulthood, proceeded to steal things of still greater value. At last he was caught in the very act, and having his hands bound behind him, was led away to the place of public execution. His mother followed in the crowed and violently beat her breast in sorrow, whereupon the young man said, “I wish to say something to my mother in her ear.” She came close to him, and he quickly seized her ear with his teeth and bit it off. The mother upbraided him as an unnatural child, whereon he replied, “Ah! If you had beaten me when I first stole and brought to you that lesson-book, I should not have come to this, nor have been thus led to a disgraceful death.”

F.    Alokasi Waktu: 6 X 45 menit (tiga pertemuan)
G.    Metode Pembelajaran: Cooperative Teaching and Learning – Jigsaw Model

H.    Kegiatan Pembelajaran

Pertemuan Pertama
1.     Kegiatan Pendahuluan (5 menit)
  1. memotivasi siswa
b.    menyampaikan tujuan pembelajaran
c.     menyampaikan cakupan materi dan uraian kegiatan

2.     Kegiatan Inti (80 menit)
Eksplorasi (15 menit)
  1. Siswa membaca contoh teks narrative yang ditampilkan, dibagi, atau dari buku.
  2. Siswa membahas kapan dan di mana mereka mungkin membaca teks seperti itu.
  3. Guru menjelaskan tujuan komunikatif dari teks narrative yang sedang mereka bahas.

Elaborasi (50 menit)
1)     Siswa membaca teks narrative yang sama lagi.
2)     Siswa bekerja dalam kelompok untuk membahas pembuat teks, kepada siapa teks ditujukan, dan isi teks.
3)     Siswa bersama guru membahas teks tersebut.
4)     Guru membuat kelompok asal, dan membagi teks narrative sejumlah anggota kelompok.
5)     Siswa berpisah dari kelompok asal dan membentuk kelompok ahli dan membahas teks narrative yang mereka dapat terutama mengenai:
a.     Tujuan komunikatif teks,
b.    Generic structure teks
c.     Language Features teks, dan
d.    Isi teks, yang meliputi: topik teks, gagasan utama suatu paragraf dalam teks tersebut, informasi rinci, informasi tertentu, dan makna kata-kata tertentu.

Konfirmasi (15 menit)
1)     Guru memberikan umpan balik positif dan penguatan terhadap keberhasilan siswa dalam mengerjakan tugas
2)     Guru menjadi narasumber dan fasilitator menjawab pertanyaan peserta didik dalam memahami teks
3)     Guru memberi motivasi siswa untuk lebih aktif dalam pembelajaran berikutnya.

Kegiatan Penutup (5 menit)
1.     Membuat kesimpulan tentang materi yang sudah dipelajari hari itu.
2.     Melakukan refleksi terhadap jalannya proses pembelajaran pada hari itu.
3.     Guru menyampaikan rencana pembelajaran yang akan datang.

Pertemuan Kedua  

1.     Kegiatan Pendahuluan (5 menit)
  1. memotivasi siswa
b.    menyampaikan tujuan pembelajaran
c.     menyampaikan cakupan materi dan uraian kegiatan


2.     Kegiatan Inti (80 menit)

Eksplorasi (5 menit)
  1. Siswa membahas teks narrative yang mereka pelajari pada pertemuan sebelumnya.
  2. Siswa mencari persamaan dan perbedaan antara teks narrative yang mereka pelajari  pada pertemuan sebelumnya, dengan yang akan mereka pelajari pada hari itu.
Elaborasi (60 menit)
1)     Siswa melanjutkan kerja kelompok: setiap anggota kelompok ahli kembali kepada kelompok asal mereka dan menjelaskan apa yang sudah mereka pelajari di kelompok ahli pada pertemuan sebelumnya. Setiap anggota kelompok mendapat tugas yang sama, yaitu menjelaskan kepada anggota kelomponya tentang materi yang menjadi tanggung jawabnya.
2)     Guru memberi beberapa pertanyaan berhubungan dengan teks narrative pendek yang sudah dipelajari oleh siswa pada hari itu:
a)     Menentukan tujuan komunikatif
b)    Menentukan gagasan utama
c)     Menyebutkan informasi rinci
d)    Menyebutkan informasi tertentu
e)     Mencari padanan dari kata-kata tertentu

Konfirmasi (15 menit)
1)     Guru memberikan umpan balik positif dan penguatan terhadap keberhasilan siswa dalam mengerjakan tugas
2)     Guru menjadi narasumber dan fasilitator menjawab pertanyaan peserta didik dalam memahami teks
3)     Guru memberi motivasi siswa untuk lebih aktif dalam pembelajaran berikutnya.

Kegiatan Penutup (5 menit)
1.     Membuat kesimpulan tentang materi yang sudah dipelajari hari itu.
2.     Melakukan refleksi terhadap jalannya proses pembelajaran pada hari itu.
3.     Guru menyampaikan rencana pembelajaran yang akan datang, yaitu evaluasi.
4.     Guru memberikan tugas terstruktur dan kegiatan mandiri untuk dikerjakan di rumah
Tugas Terstruktur:
Siswa membaca sebuah teks narrative yang diberikan oleh guru dan menjawab pertanyaan-pertanyaan yang berhubungan dengan teks tersebut.
Jawaban dikumpulkan pada pertemuan yang akan datang.

Kegiatan Mandiri Tidak Terstruktur:
Siswa mencari teks-teks narrative pendek (how to make, how to use, dan how to do something) berbahasa Inggris tertulis yang lain dari surat kabar, majalah dan dari internet, serta mempelajarinya dari segi tujuan komunikatif, generic structure, dan language features, serta content-nya

Pertemuan Ketiga (Evaluasi)

1.     Kegiatan Pendahuluan (5 menit)
  1. memotivasi siswa supaya mengerjakan evaluasi dengan penuh semangat dan jujur.
b.    menyampaikan tujuan evaluasi
c.     menyampaikan cakupan materi dan uraian kegiatan evaluasi

2.     Kegiatan Inti

a.     Eksplorasi (2 menit)
Guru membagi lembar soal evaluasi dan jika perlu mengatur ulang tempat duduk siswa.
b.    Elaborasi (50 menit)
1)     siswa mengerjakan soal evaluasi.
2)     Siswa mengumpulkan jawaban mereka.
c.     Konfirmasi (25 menit)
1)     Guru memberikan umpan balik positif dan penguatan terhadap keberhasilan siswa dalam mengerjakan tugas
2)     Guru menjadi narasumber dan fasilitator menjawab pertanyaan peserta didik dalam memahami teks

Kegiatan Penutup (8 menit)
1.     Membuat kesimpulan tentang materi yang sudah dipelajari hari itu.
2.     Melakukan refleksi terhadap jalannya proses pembelajaran pada hari itu
3.     Guru menyampaikan rencana pembelajaran yang akan datang.

I.      Penilaian Hasil Belajar

Teknik: Tes
Bentuk: Pilihan ganda
Instrumen:
Satu set soal reading berisi 30 soal pilihan ganda.

A. Multiple choice questions. Choose the best answer!
Text 1 for questions number 1 to 5

The Legend of the Kesodo Ceremony

Once upon a time on Mount Bromo, East Java, there were a couple living there. The new couple wanted to have a child. They had married for a long time but they hadn’t got a baby. Every time they prayed to the Gods, asking for a child.
One day, there was a loud voice in the sky when they were praying.
“You are going to born a baby, and later you will give birth to many children. But I have a requirement for you to obey, if you really want to have children”, said the voice.
“Whatever you ask, my Lord”, the couple answered, “We will do it”,
“You must sacrifice your first son for the gods”.
The couple agreed to sacrifice their first son in the time that was asked by the voice. Then, the wife got pregnant and gave birth to a son. The baby grew up into a handsome, taught man. He was named Kesuma. The couple loved Kesuma very much. The wife gave birth to eleven more children after Kesuma. And, they forget their promise to sacrifice their first son to the god.
One day, the volcano erupted. Before that, there were series of earthquakes followed by thunders in the sky. The sky was very dark, as if it was going to fall down. On the next occasion, there was a voice in the sky, reminding the couple about their promise. The couple was very afraid, but they just couldn’t sacrifice their beloved son, Kesuma. However, because the earthquakes and the thunders were becoming more and more horrifying, Kesuma couldn’t let his family and all the people in the village die.
Kesuma knew the situation. Then he said to his parents. “I would sacrifice myself in order that our family and all the people in our village will live in peace. For the next times, you all have to sacrifice animals and crops to the gods.” Then he jumped onto the crater of the volcano. Amazingly, the earthquakes and the eruption stopped at once.

1.     What does the first paragraph talk about?
a.     The earthquakes and thunders in the sky            d. The condition of the volcano on one day
b.    The voice in the sky                                           e. The condition of Kesuma’s family
c.     The couple’s promise

2.     How is Kesuma’s personal characteristic?
a.     Melancholic                   c. tragic                                                e. shameful      
b.    Heroic                          d. fearful

3.     What problem was faced by Kesuma’s parents?
a. They had to give sacrifices for the Gods
b. They couldn’t get a baby after getting married for a long time
c. They couldn’t bring all of their children to the Gods to be sacrificed
d. The villagers would force them to sacrifice themselves
e. They couldn’t save all their children from the earthquake

4.     What lesson can we get from the story?
a.     Kesuma is very brave                                        d. A promise must be said clearly         
b.    Kesuma’s parents loved him very much              e. Gods want sacrifices from the people.
c.     Every one must keep his promise

5.     “The baby grew up into a handsome, tough man.” What is the synonym of the underlined word?
a. strong    b. handsome     c. hard              d. very firm       e. easily offended

Text 2 for questions number 6 to 10
The Thief and His Mother

            A boy stole a lesson-book from one of his schoolfellows and took it home to his mother. She not only abstained from beating him, but encouraged him. He next time stole a cloak and brought it to her, and she again commended him. The youth, advanced to adulthood, proceeded to steal things of still greater value. At last he was caught in the very act, and having his hands bound behind him, was led away to the place of public execution. His mother followed in the crowed and violently beat her breast in sorrow, whereupon the young man said, “I wish to say something to my mother in her ear.” She came close to him, and he quickly seized her ear with his teeth and bit it off. The mother upbraided him as an unnatural child, whereon he replied, “Ah! If you had beaten me when I first stole and brought to you that lesson-book, I should not have come to this, nor have been thus led to a disgraceful death.”

6.     What is the text about?
a. The effect of supporting bad attitudes                  d. What a mother must do to the children
b. The relationship between a son and the mother     e. How a boy became a thief
c. The life experiences of a professional thief

7.     What did the mother do to his son when he stole in the first time?
a. She bit him                      c. She bit his ears                     e. She advised him
b. She bound his arms        d. She encouraged him

8.     Why did the mother violently beat her breast in sorrow? She wanted …
a. to show the people that she was sorrowful                        d. her son to be set free
b. the people to support her as the mother                           e. to hurt herself
c. the people to think that she had educated his son well

9.     Why did the thief blame his mother for what happened to him? Because….
a. He was actually a good man                               
b. He wanted his mother to die first                         
c. She had encouraged him to steal again and again
d. She had taken all the things that he stole
e. She was angry when he stole things.

10.  “She not only abstained from beating him, ….” What is the synonym of the underlined word?
a. gained                            c. obscure                                e. forbade
b. bound                             d. let

Text 3 for questions number 11 to 15
The Lion and the Mouse

Once when a Lion was asleep a little Mouse began running up and down on his face; this soon wakened the Lion, who placed his huge paw upon him, and opened his big jaws to swallow him. "Pardon, O King," cried the little Mouse: "forgive me this time, I shall never forget it: who knows but I may be able to do you a turn someday?" The Lion was so tickled at the idea of the Mouse being able to help him that he lifted up his paw and let him go.
Some time after the Lion was caught in a net, and the hunters who desired to carry him alive to the King, tied him to a tree while they went in search of a waggon to carry him on. Just then the little Mouse happened to pass by, and seeing the Lion in the net she went up to him and soon gnawed away the ropes that bound the King of the Beasts, and then she said, "Was I not right?"

11.  What problem did the little mouse have?
a. She was trapped in a net              c. She gnawed the ropes                       e. She didn’t have food
b. The lion caught her                      d. She was caught by hunters   

12.  What problem did the lion have?
a. The mouse awakened him                                    d. He was caught in a net         
b. He was killed by some hunters                             e. The mouse gnawed the ropes
c. He couldn’t get the mouse

13.  What did the mouse mean when he said, “who knows but what I may be able to do you a turn some of these days?"
a. The mouse would give the lion some food            d. The mouse would not run over the lion’s face
b. The mouse would help the lion some day                         e. The mouse would turn to the left direction
c. The mouse release the lion from a danger

14.  What did the mouse do to help the lion?
a. She ran up and down on his face                         d. She asked the hunters to help her
b. She cried and begged the lion                             e. She gnawed the ropes
c. She cut the ropes with a knife

15.  “…she went up to him and soon gnawed away the ropes that bound the King of the Beasts, and then she said, "Was I not right …” (last line). What does the underlined word refer to?
a. The lion                                      c. The King                               e. The monster
b. The mouse                                  d. The hunters                          

Text 4 for questions number 16 to 20

The Old Woman and the Physician

            An old woman having lost the use of her eyes, called in a Physician to heal them, and made this bargain with him in the presence of witnesses: that if he should cure her blindness, he should receive from her a sum of money; but if her infirmity remained, she should give him nothing. This agreement being made, the physician, time after time, applied his salve to her eyes, and on every visit took something away, stealing all her property little by little. And when he had got all she had, he healed her and demanded the promised payment. The old woman, when she recovered her sight and saw none of her goods in her house, would give him nothing. The physician insisted on his claim, and as she still refused, summoned her before the Judge. The Old Woman, standing up in the Court, argued, “This man here speaks the truth in what he says; for I did promise to give him a sum of money if I should recover my sight: but if I continued blind, I was to give him nothing. Now he declares that I am healed. I, on the contrary, affirm that I am still blind; for when I lost the use of my eyes, I saw in my house various chattels and valuable goods; but now, though he swears I am cured of my blindness, I am not able to see a single thing  in it.

16.  Why did the old woman need to see a physician?
a. She lost her glasses                                d. She needed some salve for her eyes
b. She couldn’t use her glasses                   e. She lost her sight
c. She wanted to make a deal with him

17.  Why did she make the bargain?
a. She didn’t have much money to pay him
b. She didn’t believe that the physician could heal her
c. She wanted to pay him with the chattels that she owned
d. She didn’t want to pay the physician at all
e. She didn’t want to spend any expense for nothing

18.  Why did the physician agree with the bargain?
a. He was a very good physician                 
b. He had been accustomed to such bargain
c. He had got an idea to get money from the woman
d. He had already got valuable goods from the woman
e. He had summoned her before the judge

19.  Why did the old woman affirm that she was still blind? Because….
a. she wanted to cheat the physician                        d. she couldn’t see anything in her house
b. she was actually still blind                                    e. she knew that she was not healed
c. she didn’t have money to pay
     
20.  “…but if her infirmity remained, ….” What is the synonym of the underlined word?
a. affirmation                                  c. recovery                                e. witnesses
b. blindness                                   d. property

Text 5 for questions number 21 to 25
The town mouse and the country mouse

Once upon a time there was a mouse living in a country. He had a cousin who lived in town. One day, he invited him to come to his home. Beans and bacon, cheese and bread, were all he had to offer, but he offered them freely. The Town Mouse rather turned up his long nose at this country fare, and said: "I cannot understand, Cousin, how you can put up with such poor food as this, but of course you cannot expect anything better in the country; come with me and I will show you how to live. When you have been in town a week you will wonder how you could ever have stood a country life."
Soon, the two mice set off for the town and arrived at the Town Mouse's residence late at night. "You will want some refreshment after our long journey," said the polite Town Mouse, and took his friend into the grand dining-room. There they found the remains of a fine feast, and soon the two mice were eating up jellies and cakes and all that was nice. Suddenly they heard growling and barking. "What is that?" said the Country Mouse. "It is only the dogs of the house," answered the other. "Only!" said the Country Mouse. "I do not like that music at my dinner." Just at that moment the door flew open, in came two huge mastiffs, and the two mice had to scamper down and run off. "Good-bye, Cousin," said the Country Mouse, "What! Going so soon?" said the other. "Yes," he replied; "Better beans and bacon in peace than cakes and ale in fear."

21.  Which of the following statements shows the complication?
a. Once upon a time there was a mouse living in a country
b. Beans and bacon, cheese and bread, were all he had to offer
c. Suddenly they heard growling and barking
d. "Good-bye, Cousin," said the Country Mouse
e. "It is only the dogs of the house," answered the other

22.  Which of he following sentences shows the resolution?
a. One day, he invited him to come to his home
b. "I cannot understand, Cousin, how you can put up with such poor food”
c. Suddenly they heard growling and barking
d. "What is that?" said the Country Mouse
e. "Good-bye, Cousin," said the Country Mouse

23.  Why did the town mouse turn up his long nose?
a. Because he smelt something delicious
b. Because he didn’t like the food that the country mouse offered
c. Because he was very hungry
d. Because he liked the food in front of him very much
e. Because the country mouse didn’t ask him to eat

24.  “Only!” said the country mouse (line 12). What does the sentence mean?
a. The country mouse agreed with the town mouse about the noise
b. The country mouse considered the noise as something dangerous
c. The country mouse didn’t know that the noise was a dog’s bark
d. The town mouse knew that the noise came from a dog
e. The country mouse wasn’t accustomed to hear the kind of noise.

25.  What was the country mouse’ opinion about living in town?
a. He liked living in town
b. Living in town was frightening
c. Living in town was full of happiness
d. Living in town was not as dangerous as he thought
e. Living in town was meaningless.

Text 6 for questions number 25 to 30
The White Butterfly

An old man named Takahama lived in a little house behind the cemetery of the temple of Sozanji. He was extremely amiable and generally liked by his neighbors, though most of them considered him to be a little mad. His madness, it would appear, entirely rested upon the fact that he had never married or had an intimate companionship with women.
One summer day he became very ill, so ill, in fact, that he called his sister and her son. They both came and did all they could to bring comfort during his last hours. While they watched, Takahama fell asleep; but he had no sooner done so than a large white butterfly flew into the room and rested on the old man's pillow. The young man tried to drive it away with a fan; but it came back three times, as if loath to leave the sufferer.
At last Takahama's nephew chased it out into the garden, through the gate, and into the cemetery beyond, where it lingered over a woman's tomb, and then mysteriously disappeared. On examining the tomb the young man found the name "Akiko" written upon it, together with a description narrating how Akiko died when she was eighteen. Though the tomb was covered with moss and must have been erected fifty years previously, the boy saw that it was surrounded with flowers, and that the little water tank had been recently filled.
When the young man returned to the house he found that Takahama had passed away, and he returned to his mother and told her what he had seen in the cemetery.
"Akiko?" murmured his mother. "When your uncle was young he was betrothed to Akiko. She died shortly before her wedding day. When Akiko left this world your uncle resolved never to marry, and to live ever near her grave. For all these years he has remained faithful to his vow, and kept in his heart all the sweet memories of his one and only love. Every day Takahama went to the cemetery, whether the air was fragrant with summer breeze or thick with falling snow. Every day he went to her grave and prayed for her happiness, swept the tomb and set flowers there. When Takahama was dying, and he could no longer perform his loving task, Akiko came for him. That white butterfly was her sweet and loving soul."

26.  What problem was faced by Takahama?
a.     He was considered mad by his neighbors
b.    He lived near Akiko’s grave
c.     He betrothed to Akiko when he was young
d.    He suffered from a serious illness
e.     He went to Akiko’s grave and prayed for her happiness every day

28.  How was the problem resolved?
a.     He was sent to hospital by his sister
b.    His sister and her son came to bring comfort during his last hours
c.     Akiko came to him and accompanied him
d.    His neighbors came did all the things they could do
e.     All of his family came and accompanied him.

29.  Why didn’t Takahama get married?
a.     Because he had resolved not to marry after Akiko’s death
b.    Because he had no interest to have close relationship with any women
c.     Because there was no women who could attract him
d.    Because no women wanted to marry him
e.     Because he appears mad.

30.  According to the story, what does the white butterfly represent? It represented …
a.     the angel who came to take his souls away         d. Akiko’s sweet and loving soul
b.    common butterflies                                           e. Everybody’s souls.
c.     Takahama’s sweet and loving soul
31.  “ ….your uncle resolved never to marry …” (last paragraph, line 2). Which of the following words is closest in meaning with the underlined one?
a. overcame                  c. answered                              e. decided
b. recalled                     d. remembered

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