Learning
Indonesian A & B

Learning Area: LOTE  

Subject Description

Year 10 Indonesian will be an intensive expansion of the language items introduced throughout Years 7-9. Emphasis will be placed upon the communicative and practical application of Indonesian through topics such as: student exchange, health, village and city life and Indonesia today.

Students will continue to develop their understanding and appreciation of the cultural and ethnic diversities that exist throughout the Indonesian archipelago.  

Areas of Study

  • Written activities
  • Oral activities
  • Reading comprehension
  • Listening comprehension
  • Grammar and Vocabulary.
  • Understanding culture   

AUSVELS Dimension

Communicating in a language other than English

Students learn the knowledge, skills and behaviours relevant to Indonesian. The skills of this dimension include listening, speaking, reading, viewing, writing, and the use of body language, visual cues and signs. The application of these skills requires knowledge of linguistic elements, including vocabulary and grammar. This dimension requires familiarity with a wide variety of texts and genres in print and electronic form. In some instances, where students have significant background knowledge in the language, an advanced program is offered.    

Intercultural knowledge and language awareness

The Intercultural knowledge and language awareness dimension develops students’ knowledge of the connections between language and culture, and how culture is embedded throughout the communication system. Students gain an awareness of the influence of culture in the learner’s own life and first language. Different languages and language communities organise social relations and information in different ways and values differ from one community to another. Through cultural self-awareness, the ability to rationally discuss and compare cultural differences is developed.   

Assessment

Listening Tasks
Speaking Tasks
Reading Tasks
Writing Tasks
Semester Examination