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Australian Curriculum: Languages - Unit
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Year Level:
7
Unit:
Reflect
Think
Selamat Datang di Indonesia
Compare
Notice
Focus Question: Indonesia and it’s relations with the world
Goals
Language Focus
(including content from Communicating
& Understanding strands)
Focusing Questions
(to elicit intercultural understandings)
Unit Content
(including Cross Curriculum Priorities
& General Capabilities to be addressed)
Communicating
Socialising and taking action
 Using terms of address to show
respect or familiarity (pak, Bu,
kamu)
 Exchanging personal details
 Greetings and taking leave
Responding to and expressing imaginative
experience.
 Performing a conversation
Moving between/translating
 Creating bilingual resources such as
glossaries.
 Compare Indonesian/English
expressions used in interaction (ex
mau ke mana, terima kasih)
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Where is Indonesia and what does it
look like?
What do you know about Indonesia?
What influences shaped modern
Indonesia?
Why learn Indonesian?
Australian – Indonesian relations?
Indonesia’s role in the world
Indonesian Geography - maps
History of Indonesia
Numeracy
GENERAL CAPABILITIES
Intercultural understanding
Recognising culture and developing respect
“Develop an intercultural and reflective
capability”
Imp
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Expressing and performing identity
 Expressing aspects of own identity
(name, country).
 Comparing and reflecting on ways
of expressing identity across
cultures. (agama apa?)
 Create a text to present identity to
different people (ex – profile)
Reflecting on intercultural language use
 Noticing similarities and differences.
 Comparing and reflecting on
cultural practices (ex – video)
Understanding
Systems of Language
 Reproducing sounds and
combinations (alphabet)
 Numbers
 Indicating possession
 Seeking information from question
words (siapa, dari mana)
Language awareness
 Subject verb object
Role of Language and culture
 Examining culture specific language
associated with daily life
Resources
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Assessment
Student Tasks
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Kenalilah textbook ch1
Map of Indonesia
Online Travel guide (lonely planet)
Online resources (Language perfect,
languages online)
video
Student Presentation
 oral language
 written language
 ability to express intercultural
aspects using greetings
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Student Unit Reflection
 ability to reflect on intercultural
understandings
 ability to notice similarities and
differences between cultures
 Ability to exchange personal details
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Writing task - Create a personal
profile to be exchanged online with a
pen pal in Indonesia
Oral task on exchanging personal
information (interview, monologue,
role play)
Cultural task – group power point
presentation on historical, cultural
and geographical knowledge
comparing Australia and Indonesia’s
similarities and differences.
Purpose – to inform peers about key features
of Indonesia and compare it with what we
already know about Australia
Task should include comparisons on topics
such as
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Religion and ceremonies
Life expectancy
Population
Traditions and customs
Weather
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An area of their choice after
consultation with teacher
Students will use online resources such as
lonely planet as well as other online and hard
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copy resources for their research
Language studied
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What’s your name? My name is...
Where do you live/come from?
My religion is...
Numbers 1-100
Countries
Greetings
Register – Bu/pak/kamu
Pronouns/possessive pronouns
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