1. RecountRecount text is a text which retells an incident that occurred in the past.The structure of recount text:a. Orientation (orientation): provides an introduction to the events, leaders involvedin the event, place, and time the event occurred.b. Event: Contains interwoven events / events in the story experience.This section may consist of several events / events.c. Re-orientation: Contains a summary or the cover story.Traits – traits recount text:a. using the past tenseb. taking such conjunctions (conjunction) for example: then, before, afterEXAMPLE:THE MONKEYMr. and Mrs. Wilson kept a large monkey once he had brought from Borneo. The monkey was very faithful to her masters and was very friendly to their baby girl.One day Mr. and Mrs. Wilson went out to Attend a wedding ceremony. They left the baby to the monkey they had trusted as a baby sister.Suddenly, a fire broke out in the house. The door and the staircase were already on fire.All the neighbors looked sadly at the windows of the room where the baby girl slept in. Somebody ran for a ladder to reach the windows, but it was no use now.Just then they saw a black hand open the window upstairs. Then came out the monkey with the baby girl in her arms. Down she climbed. Slowly and carefully she brought the baby out safely.2. DescriptiveTech descriptive text describing a place, person, or a particular object. So, in our descriptive text to explain people, places, or things we see or have.DESCRIPTIVE TEXT STRUCTURE:a. IdentificationIn this section, we identify the person, place, or thing that will be certain to describe.b. DescriptionThis section describes the detailed descriptions of people, places or certain objects which includes parts, quality, and karasteristik / characteristic. In this section, the person reading the descriptive text should have an idea of what kind of person, place, thing described it.FEATURES – DESCRIPTIVE TEXT FEATURES:a. Explaining something specialb. Generally use the simple present tensec. Using attributively and identifying verbs, for example: have, work, is, are.EXAMPLE:I have a neighbor. His name Mr. Haryadi. Mr. Haryadi is a fruit seller. He has a small fruit stall near his house. He sell many kinds of fruits, such as oranges, apples, pears, bananas, papayas, and watermelons.Mr. Usually Haryadi work in his fruit stall all day. He opens his stall at about nine am and closes it at about seven pm His wife and children Often help him keep the stall. He has many customers. They like to buy the fruits in this stall Because the fruits are always fresh. Moreover, Mr. Haryadi always serves his customers friendly.3. NarrativesText narrative aims to entertain listeners or readers. This text related to real experiences, imaginary, or complicated events that led to a crisis, and ultimately find a completion.Characteristics of narrative text is the existence of an element of conflict (problem) and resolution (completion problem). In a narrative text, you can even find conflict and penyelesainnya more than one.TEXT STRUCTURE:a. Orientation: character recognition, time, and placeb. Complication: the development of the conflict (problem)c. Resolution: completion of the conflict (problem)d. Re-orientation: the changes in the character or the lessons that can be learned from the story.(This section is optional, should not exist in the text.)FEATURES – FEATURES TEXT Narrative:a. Using the past tenseb. Usually preceded by adverbs of time (adverb of time) like a long time, once upon a time, in a faraway land.c. Using conjunctions (conjunction) as then, after, that, before.EXAMPLE:Far of in the jungle, by the misty springs, a lion was taking a walk by himself. Surprisingly, he was wearing a thick Raincoat hot that he could not take off. Tiger, lion’s friend, was walking in the jungle too. “My dear friend, lion, what are you doing in that hot thick Raincoat on such a lovely day as this?” Asked Tiger. “Well,” Lion started out, “it was this morning, I put this Raincoat on. I really do not remember why I put it on. I guess I just thought it might all of a sudden rain.Tiger shook his head and said, “Please do not try to tell me you think it is going to rain today. The clouds are not even what I call thin. “Lion eyes widened. He forced himself into thinking that he was going to wear this sweating hot Raincoat on such a lovely warm October day. “Oh, no,” cried Lion. “Do not worry at all my friend,” Tiger Explained, “you simply cut off some of your sleeves and pants. Then, he Jumped out the door and left the warm sunshine.4. REPORTText is the text of the report aims to describe something in general, which includes a variety of things / objects that exist in nature, it / man-made objects and phenomena around us. Text report contains a set of logical facts, without any personal involvement (personal opinion) the authors.TEXT STRUCTURE REPORT:a. General classification (general classification): the introduction of something / phenomenonwill be discussed.b. Description (description): describes something / phenomena are discussed, including part-parts, quality, and behavior.FEATURES – FEATURES TEXT REPORT:a. use the simple present tense, unless an extinct discussed using past tenseb. use action verbs (action verbs).EXAMPLE:TULIPSTulips are among the beautiful flower in the world, especially when they are blooming. Tulips are monocots. They produce one large, bell-shaped bloom at the end of each stem. They come in most colors but blue. Red and yellow are common, but they vary from white to deep purple. They are over 4000 garden varieties all over the world. And they are about 100 species of wild tulips, growing right across Asia to China.Huge numbers of tulips are now grown in the field in Holland. Nowadays Holland is still the center of tulip growing. Tulips are familiar for their blooming. They bloom in the spring from bulbs.5. ProceduresProcedure text is a text that explains how something is done through a series of actions or steps.Text procedure may be the steps to make something or use something (manual). These steps must be done in accordance with the sequential number sequence. It is different from the tip. Tip can be done without having to follow a sequence number.TEXT STRUCTURE OF PROCEDURE:a. Aim / Goal: propose or introduce something that will make or already do. Usually appear in the text as the title.b. Materials: explain the ingredients – ingredients or materials. This section is optional.c. Steps: lanhkah list – a step in making or doing something.FEATURES – FEATURES TEXT PROCEDURE:a. use the simple present tense, often in the form of sentence command (imperative)b. use temporal conjunctions (first, then, next, finally) or numbering to indicate sequence.c. using the material (material process)EXAMPLE:HOW TO SEND E-MAIL VIA THE INTERNETE-mail is by far the most popular service on the internet. Sending messages is a snap. Just follow these simple steps:1. Open your e-mail program and launch a new message window by clicking on the appropriate icon.2. In the to box, type the name of the recipient. Make sure you enter the address Correctly or return the message to you. You can also send copies (Cc:) and blind copies (Bcc:) to multiple addresses.3. Type the subject of the e-mail4. Write your message in the message window. You can also copy text from a word processing program and paste it into the window.5. Click on the send icon or select the send from the file menu.