Tutorial How to Make Chocolate Banana

Tutorial How to Make Chocolate Banana

Tutorial How to Make Chocolate Banana

Tutorial How to Make Chocolate Banana

       The following post is a video of an example of procedure text about Tutorial of Making Chocolate Banana which it is presented by DESY AMELYA PUTRI from IX-A class, Junior High School (SMP) 1 Tarik, Sidoarjo, East Java. (Also read : Tutorial How to Make Niqab from Quadrilateral Veil)

       The purpose of publishing this video is giving appreciation to her for her effort to increase her courage in improving her speaking skill. Our other goal in publishing this video is to support her other friends and all readers, especially everyone who are still studying procedure text in Junior High School (SMP) or Senior High School (SMA), so they are not embarrassed in conveying their idea. (Also read other article at : Tutorial How to Make Omelet Noodle)

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       Although the performance of the presentation of an example of Procedure Text is not as good as the experts, however, the video of presentation above at least can be used as an evidence that our students can improve and perform their skill in achievement of her action in implementation of English Material, especially combination of reading material, especially procedure text, speaking skill and act performance. read more

Report Text about Banana Tree

Report Text about Banana Tree

Report Text about Banana Tree

      Bananas are a common name given to large giant leafy terna plants extending from the Musaceae tribe. Some species produce fruit of consumption called the same. The fruit is arranged in clusters with groups composed of fingers called combs. Almost all bananas have yellow skin when ripe, although some are orange, red, green, purple, or even almost black. Banana as a food is a source of energy (carbohydrates) and minerals, especially potassium. (Also read : Asking Permission Letter)

      The energy value of bananas is about 136 calories for every 100 grams which overall comes from carbohydrates. The value of banana energy is twice as high as apples. Apples of the same weight (100 grams) contain only 54 calories.

      Banana carbohydrates provide energy a little slower than sugar and syrup, but faster than rice, biscuits, and some kind of bread. Therefore, many athletes at intervals or breaks consume bananas as energy reserves.

      Banana energy content is an instant energy that is easily available in a short time, so it is useful in providing the need for instantaneous calories. Banana carbohydrates are moderate-level complex carbohydrates and are available gradually, so they can provide energy in not too fast. Banana carbohydrates are excellent energy reserves used and can be quickly available to the body. (Also read : Wise Words from Reader) read more

Banana Tree an Example of Report Text

Banana Tree an Example of Report Text

Banana Tree an Example of Report Text

      Bananas are the fruit of a plant of the genus Musa (family Musaceae). Bananas are cultivated primarily for food, and secondarily for the production of fibers that are used, for example, in the textile industry. They are also cultivated for ornamental purposes. Most of the banana fruit has a yellow colour and the half is red, green, purple, and black. (Also read : Cat an Example of Report Text)

      Banana likes to growing in tropical area, hot and also humid. The history of bananas is pretty exciting, since they are the result of a genetic mutation that evolved into a staple food of our society. Indonesian, pacific island, central America, and brazil are known as a main countries that exporting banana. Bananas are probably the most widespread fruit crop in the whole world. For example, you will learn that the most widespread species-the “Cavendish” banana-was named after the Duke of Devonshire’s family! Today they are known for their sweet taste, good nutritional properties with their high content in potassium and fibers (and vitamins such as B6, C, and A), and best of all their ease of use; just peel and eat! read more