Sunday, July 17, 2011

CONTOH TEXT REPORT

HEART

The heart is the most important part of the body. It is the center of life. However, the heart is only as big as a closed hand.
The heart is a muscle and it beats about seventy times per minute thought-out a person’s life.
The heart pumps blood from your heart to all parts of your body. The heart is made up of four chambers or small “rooms”. The top chamber are called the right and left auricles and the bottom chambers are the right and left ventricles.
When blood enters the heart. It is in dark reddish color because it contains carbon dioxide. The blood enters the right auricle and then the right ventricle. When the heart contracts, it forces the blood to the lungs where the blood receives oxygen. It then goes to the left auricle. The heart contracts again, and the blood goes to the left ventricle and is then forced out into the body. The blood gathers carbon dioxide and returns to the heart, and the process begins again.


Questions:
1. How many the heart is made?
2. What is the name of the top chambers?
3. What is the name of the bottom chambers?
4. Why, when blood enters the heart it is in dark reddish color?
5. How when the heart contracts?
6. What is the generic structure from the text?
7. What is the meaning of heart?
8. What is the meaning of description in paragraph 1?
9. What is the meaning of description in paragraph 2?
10. What is the meaning of description in paragraph 3?

Answer:
1. The heart is made up of four chamber or small “rooms”.
2. The top chamber are called the right and left auricles.
3. The bottom chambers are the right and left ventricles.
4. Because it contains carbon dioxide.
5. When the heart contracts it forces the blood to the lungs where the blood receives oxygen.
6. - General classification
- Description
7. The heart is the most important part of the body.
8. The heart is a muscle.
9. The heart have four chambers.
10. The blood gathers carbon dioxide and returns to the heart, and the process begins again.

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