From Term 1 2017, Victorian government and Catholic schools will use the new Victorian Curriculum F-10. Curriculum related information is currently being reviewed and may be subject to change.
For more information on the curriculum, see:
The Victorian Curriculum F–10 - VCAA
Events for students
2017 Indonesian Model United Nations Conference for VCE Students
Date: Friday 11 August 2017
Time: 9am to 3:30pm
Venue: Treasury Theatre, Plaza Level 1, Macarthur Place, East Melbourne
Participants: Year 11 and 12 students learning Indonesian
Topic: The Responsibility To Protect: Preventing Mass Atrocity Crimes (Tanggung Jawab Untuk Melindungi: Mencegah Kejahatan Kekejaman Massal)
Registration closes: Friday 19 May 2017
For more information and to register your students, visit Indonesian Language Model UN Conference
Indonesia Short Film Competition and Festival
2017 is seeking documentary, fiction and animation short films from Indonesian
and Australian filmmakers incorporating WATER as a theme
within the story narrative, or as a visual element in the film.
will be judged by high-profile Australians and Indonesians from the film
Awards will be
given for Best Film, Best Documentary, Best Animation, Best Fiction and special
awards for Best Youth Film (created by a filmmaker 13–18 years) and Best
Collaboration between Australian and Indonesian filmmakers.
The best films
will be screened across Australia and Indonesia (September to November 2017) in
a travelling festival (bioskop keliling) and appear in ACMI’s Mediatheque.
TO SUBMIT A
FILM IN THE YOUTH CATEGORY (13–18 YEARS OLD)
All films must
be less than 10 minutes, made within 12 months of the closing date for submissions,
and incorporate the competition’s theme. Visit reelozind.com for full terms
and conditions and submit films via https://filmfreeway.com/festival/reelozind/. Entry is free and
submissions close 31 July 2017.
TO HOST A
POP-UP FILM FESTIVAL
provide a complimentary event kit, including the digital film reel and
promotional materials, for educational partners to host their own ReelOzInd!
film festival event. For more information, contact Festival Coordinator Jemma
Purdey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A YOUTH JURY REPRESENTATIVE
One Australian and one Indonesian student will
be selected to join the esteemed Jury. To be eligible, students are invited to
submit a 30–60 second video of themselves speaking on the topic ‘That short
film is a great storytelling medium across cultures’. Send videos to Jemma
Purdey at email@example.com with the subject line: ‘Youth Jury
Nomination’. Submissions close 31 July 2017.
Two Very Silly Orangutans – A highly engaging Indonesian literacy-rich unit for Foundation to Level 2. The unit caters for all students including students from an EAL background – making mixed ability classrooms really work. This new literacy-based resource for Indonesian has been aligned to the Victorian Curriculum and demonstrates how learning a second language can support literacy, language and numeracy acquisition across languages.
Victorian Curriculum Indonesian contains information and resources to support implementation of Victorian Curriculum Indonesian including the Rationale and Aims, Structure, Scope and Sequence and Resources which provide links to the Victorian Curriculum F-10 Resources and Support and Curriculum Planning Resources
The FUSE digital resource has a range of eBookboxes for Indonesian, including:
- AusVELS Level 6 Indonesian eBookboxes: Mari kita makan! Let's eat!
- AusVELS Level 6 Caring for the Environment
For more information, see:
Languages Online - developed by the State of Victoria (Department of Education and Training) offering free interactive resources for Languages teachers and students
Language Learning Space - web-based platform offering resources and services to support teachers and students in Chinese, Indonesian and Japanese language classrooms
Buku Sekolah Elektronik is a website of the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia which provides electronic Indonesian
primary to junior high school
students. These resources provide
and cultural information
to support the teaching and learning of Indonesian.
Asia Education Foundation-Languages - generic and language-specific Australian Curriculum information, links and resources to support teachers and school leaders
Indonesian reader - multimedia Indonesian reader resource comprises 30 passages
Go Indonesia! - developed for use by students in the classroom or at home during their middle years of schooling.
SEAsite Indonesia – free interactive language lessons and cultural content
Indonesian online – the Indonesian Language Program at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa provides free lesson access to an online Indonesian language beginner’s course
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