French

 

 

 

 


Overview

In Year 10 French students investigate more deeply the links between the French language and culture. They analyse and reflect on different viewpoints and experiences, including their own culture.

Students learn by applying vocabulary specific to the topics studied and make use of more complex grammar to express their point of view. Students consolidate the skills involved in learning French: reading, writing, speaking, listening and viewing.

Students further develop strategies for self-correction by putting into practice grammar in context. By learning to use a range of everyday language both orally and in writing to exchange information about their personal, social, local and broader issues, students explore how intercultural experience, technology, media and globalisation influence communication in the world today.

Assessment

In French students are assessed in the five macro skills that inform all language use: listening, speaking, reading, writing and viewing.

Connections, comparisons and communities provide the context for learning, while the interpersonal, interpretive and presentational contexts define how students use the language.

Pathways

Students are able to engage with French-speaking communities in Australia and internationally in a variety of endeavours, such as tourism, hospitality, the arts, diplomacy, social services, journalism, commerce, fashion, education, translating and interpreting.

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Indonesian

 

 


Overview

In Year 10 Indonesian students investigate more deeply the links between the Indonesian language and culture. They analyse and reflect on different viewpoints and experiences, including their own culture.

Students learn by applying vocabulary specific to the topics studied and make use of more complex grammar to express their point of view. Students consolidate the skills involved in learning Indonesian: reading, writing, speaking, listening and viewing.

Students further develop strategies for self-correction by putting into practice grammar in context. By learning to use a range of everyday language both orally and in writing to exchange information about their personal, social, local and broader issues, students explore how intercultural experience, technology, media and globalisation influence communication in the world today.

Assessment

In Indonesian students are assessed in the five macro skills that inform all language use: listening, speaking, reading, writing and viewing. Connections, comparisons and communities provide the context for learning, while the interpersonal, interpretive and presentational contexts define how students use the language.

Pathways

Students are able to engage with Indonesian-speaking communities in Australia and internationally in a variety of endeavours, such as tourism, hospitality, the arts, diplomacy, social services, journalism, commerce, fashion, education, translating and interpreting.

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Italian

 

 


Overview

In Year 10 Italian students investigate more deeply the links between the Italian language and culture. They analyse and reflect on different viewpoints and experiences, including their own culture.

Students learn by applying vocabulary specific to the topics studied and make use of more complex grammar to express their point of view. Students consolidate the skills involved in learning Italian: reading, writing, speaking, listening and viewing.

Students further develop strategies for self-correction by putting into practice grammar in context. By learning to use a range of everyday language both orally and in writing to exchange information about their personal, social, local and broader issues, students explore how intercultural experience, technology, media and globalisation influence communication in the world today.

Assessment

In Italian students are assessed in the five macro skills that inform all language use: listening, speaking, reading, writing and viewing.

Connections, comparisons and communities provide the context for learning, while the interpersonal, interpretive and presentational contexts define how students use the language.

Pathways

Students are able to engage with Italian-speaking communities in Australia and internationally in a variety of endeavours, such as tourism, hospitality, the arts, diplomacy, social services, journalism, commerce, fashion, education, translating and interpreting.

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