Developing VCE Indonesian Students’ Reading, Speaking & Listening Skills

Presented by: Tata Survi, Yvette Soedarsono & Timi Ardiyanti


Event Information: 6 PD Hours 

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Do your students really have a clear understanding of their current skill levels? As a teacher, how do you discover what examiners are really looking for? How do you prepare and create the practice papers/ tests?

This workshop will be presented in English and Bahasa Indonesia so that you can gain a thorough understanding of the levels you are teaching and your own Bahasa Indonesia competency.

The workshop is divided into three parts; speaking, writing and listening, and each is presented by an experienced Indonesian teacher from the Balai Bahasa & Budaya Indonesia Victoria – Tasmania (BBBIVT) or the Indonesian Centre of Victoria.

Teaching Reading Comprehension – a guide to success in the VCE Indonesian examination.

This offers a guide for VCE teachers to teach and guide students at all levels for the success of understanding and responding to reading texts, as well as providing hands on activities.

Building oral confidence in VCE students

This session is designed to be a discussion of possible techniques to support teachers in our role to prepare students for the VCE Oral Examination.

Topics to be discussed:

1. Assessment Criteria for the Oral Examination

The Criteria will be explained in detail

2. General Conversation skills

Looking at samples of excellence and discussing various ways to build confidence in VCE students

3. Detailed Study discussion skills

Discussing various topics and looking at approaches that could assist students in their preparation for the Detailed Study discussion

Building Listening Comprehension Skills

Listening, apart from Speaking, is a core of language skills. Writing and reading are interconnected with speaking and listening. That is why building listening comprehension skills is a very essential part of learning a second language. This session will give a better understanding about different steps that have to be taken to build listening skills.

Event Details:

 

Friday 22nd March, 2019

  9.30am - 3.30pm (Reg. from 8.30am)
 

Karstens Conference Centre

123 Queen St, Melbourne

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Target Audience: Year 11 & 12 Indonesian Teachers

  $299.00 + GST

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About the Presenters

Tata Survi has been teaching in Australia since 2002 in both the state and private systems. Tata is the driving force behind the AIAV immersion courses, run in Jogjakarta in connection with Pandu Language School. He was a member of the team that brought about the first student exchange to Jogjakarta in January 2009, which continues annually to the present. Tata Survi is the co-editor and producer of widely used Indonesian textbooks “Saling-Silang 1” and “Saling-Silang 2”. Tata Survi has been involved in VCE programs both for Indonesian as First Language and Indonesian as Second Language as an assessor and setter. He is currently an Indonesian teacher at Huntingtower School, a school with a very strong Indonesian program.

Yvette Soedarsono has been very active in the Indonesian teaching and learning programs since 1980. Yvette was President of Victorian Indonesian Language Teachers’ Association (VILTA) and an active committee member of the Modern Language Teachers’ Association of Victoria (MLTAV). Since 2015 Yvette has been the chief assessor for the oral component of the VCE Indonesian Second Language exams at the VCAA.

Timi Ardiyanti is an experienced teacher of Indonesian and a passionate learner who has had experience in the role of leadership in IB MYP (International Baccalaureate - Middle Years Program) in an International school in Indonesia. Timi is also an experienced IB teacher trainer, Language B presenter and a VCE presenter in various workshops in both Indonesia and Australia. For the past 11 years Timi has been the Indonesian Studies coordinator at Huntingtower School. Timi is also an assessor for both Indonesian SL oral and written examinations with the VCAA.

 

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