Vietnamese / Year 9 and 10 / Communicating / Informing

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Compare, evaluate and use information and ideas from diverse print, visual, digital and online sources representing different perspectives related to common areas of interest and study

[Key concepts: diverse perspectives, representation; Key processes: analysing, evaluating, comparing]


  • summarising, comparing and evaluating information obtained from a range of sources for a research project, for example, information about Vietnam from a cookbook, a tourism website and a documentary such as Anh Do in Vietnam, Luke Nguyen in Vietnam or Hành Trình Xuyên Việt, discussing similarities and differences in the information obtained and justifying the choice of information based on accuracy and validity
  • researching young people’s lifestyles across Vietnamese-speaking communities, comparing information from different cultural contexts to identify the impact of such factors as climate, customs, transport, economy or globalisation, for example, the influence of Korean pop culture on Vietnamese teenagers’ fashion and hairstyles, and their tastes in food, music and movies
  • differentiating between facts and opinions in texts such as reports and articles or letters to the editor, recognising how certain expressions provide clues to writers’ attitudes, for example, thảo nào, tôi không thể tin rằng, không ai lại làm thế, thật vậy sao
  • compiling (through class surveys and other research) and comparing a range of perspectives on teenage interests and social or cultural issues, such as attitudes to sport, tutoring, technology advance, cultural practices such as tết Trung thu, or traditional values such as lòng hiếu thảo, comparing perspectives and explaining possible reasons for differences
  • discussing similarities and differences in attitudes/views of speakers or writers, and comparing and connecting them to own and others’ experiences to form personal perspectives on the issues discussed
  • collecting common Vietnamese idioms, proverbs and ca dao and grouping them according to themes or topics, such as customs, morality, family, friendship or relationships
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Critical and creative thinking Critical and creative thinking
  • Intercultural understanding Intercultural understanding
  • Personal and social capability Personal and social capability
  • ICT capability Information and Communication Technology (ICT) capability
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