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Content description VCIDC045

Indonesian: F–10 Sequence / Levels 5 and 6 / Communicating / Reflecting
Content description
Share experiences of learning and using Indonesian, and comment on aspects that have been accepted or rejected and how this has impacted on own identity
  1. monitoring own development as a learner of Indonesian, for example, recording learning and reflections in blogs, learning log or journal
  2. comparing with peers experiences of learning Indonesian, and considering any impact on own identity, for example, noting own reactions when others such as teachers or extended family ask about learning Indonesian
  3. creating texts that express their own identity, including their identity as a learner of Indonesian (for example, personal emblem/motto, poster, profile, photo journal, or caricature/self-portrait), and reflecting on how these may be understood from an Indonesian perspective
  4. considering how own upbringing and experiences impact on their assumptions in intercultural interactions (for example, notions of leisure and free time, pocket money, backyard with swimming pool), and whether these assumptions have changed in the process of learning Indonesian
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