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Content description VCIDU033

Indonesian: F–10 Sequence / Levels 3 and 4 / Understanding / Language variation and change
Content description
Recognise that Indonesian is the official language of Indonesia and is one of many languages in the Asia-Pacific region
  1. understanding that Indonesian is a standardised language and is used in official contexts such as for government, the media and education and that it also borrows from other languages, often with modified spelling (for example, televisi, komputer, kursi, topi, telepon, kecap)
  2. identifying examples of how Indonesian has influenced Australian English (for example, ‘sarong’, ‘gong’, ‘satay’, ‘batik’, ‘orangutan’)
  3. showing awareness of Indonesian as a ‘real’ language in use in the world, one of multiple languages in the Asia-Pacific region and in the Australian community
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