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Content description VCIDU099

Indonesian: 7–10 Sequence / Levels 7 and 8 / Understanding / Systems of language
Content description
Recognise grammatical structures and features in a range of personal, informative and imaginative texts, and notice how these contribute to meaning
  1. analysing the key features of texts such as advertisements, stories, songs and conversations, and comparing these with texts in own language and culture
  2. identifying how texts are constructed, such as textual features (for example, salutations in correspondence), grammatical structures (for example, time markers in narratives) and visual cues, for example, images in brochures
  3. comparing Indonesian and English grammar, identifying similarities, for example, subject-verb-object sentence construction and differences, for example, word order of nouns and adjectives, absence of the verb ‘to be’ with adjectives and verbs
  4. applying knowledge of grammatical rules and context when using dictionaries to support comprehension and creation of texts (for example, locating base words by dropping the ber- prefix), or to recognise a word type, for example, ‘saw’ = ‘see’ (melihat) and not ‘saw’ (noun; gergaji)
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