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Korean / Year 7 and 8 / Communicating / Socialising

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Curriculum content descriptions

Interact with peers and teachers, using appropriate language and gestures to exchange greetings, wishes, and information about self, family and friends, routines, events, leisure activities,interests, likes and dislikes

[Key concepts: self, family, friendship, pastimes; Key processes: interacting,describing, expressing]

 (ACLKOC001)

Elaborations
  • greeting and farewelling others, introducing themselves, expressing states of wellbeing, appreciation and wishes,using informal polite language appropriate for familiar interlocutors, for example, 안녕하세요?; 저는 …예요/이에요; 만나서 반가워요;12살이에요; 7학년이에요; 안녕히 가세요/계세요
  • describing friends, family members or pets, for example, 동생이 귀여워요, 눈이 커요, 앵무새가예뻐요, 날개가 빨간색이에요
  • describing routines, likes/dislikes, events and leisure activities, for example, 6시에 일어나요; 주말에 뭐해요?바비큐를 해요; 무슨 운동/음식을 좋아해요? 크리켓을/불고기를 좋아해요
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Critical and creative thinking Critical and creative thinking
  • Personal and social capability Personal and social capability
ScOT terms

Personal identity,  Gestures,  Greetings,  Korean language

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