Indonesian / Year 5 and 6 / Communicating / Socialising

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Curriculum content descriptions

Collaborate with peers to plan and conduct a shared event or activity such as hosting a class guest or working with a buddy class

[Key processes: planning, organising, negotiating]

 (ACLINC036)

Elaborations
  • engaging in shared tasks which involve planning, collaborating and evaluating, for example, performing an Indonesian item at assembly, or creating a warung for a school open day
  • organising and taking on roles with others, for example, preparing for an Indonesian Day, writing a newsletter item, reading with a buddy student
  • making invitations and arrangements for a shared event or experience, for example, a class party, an Indonesian visitor or a film afternoon
  • participating in role-plays of purchasing goods and services, such as bargaining scenarios, buying souvenirs, or ordering food at a kaki lima/warung
  • exchanging currency, noticing the respective values of each, and using Indonesian rupiah to carry out real or simulated transactions
  • participating in sourcing goods and services, noting where these can be found and the different purchasing processes and language involved, for example, fixed prices (Harga pas) and negotiable prices (Boleh tawar?)
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Numeracy Numeracy
  • Critical and creative thinking Critical and creative thinking
  • Intercultural understanding Intercultural understanding
  • Personal and social capability Personal and social capability
ScOT terms

Problem solving,  Collaborative learning,  Indonesian language

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