Enhancing and improving Indonesian as a Second Language teaching programs at junior levels

Presented by: Tata Survi & Timi Ardiyanti


Event Information: 6 PD Hours 

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Scientific studies have shown that learning a second language improves brain function and stimulates creativity.

As a consequence, the importance of learning a second language is again reinforced. You become not just equipped to communicate across cultures but empowered to understand others’ points of view.

Students should have ‘an entitlement to continuation’ allowing them to continue studies throughout their schooling and beyond.

  • Are we given enough time allocation to support our students to expand their knowledge and go to next levels?
  • How to instil knowledge, to deepen understanding, to stimulate reflection and to foster students’ skills in our Indonesian junior classes?
  • What should we do to cope with a very limited teaching time allocation?
  • How to put a balance between fun and serious activities in class?

Those are some of the frequently asked questions that are going to be answered in this workshop specially designed to support teachers of Indonesian at junior levels.

Event Details:

 

Friday 6th September, 2019

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

Karstens Conference Centre
123 Queen Street, Melbourne 

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Target Audience: Junior and General 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.

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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