Japanese

Topic: TEENAGE LIFE & VISITING JAPAN

Students will continue to develop their Japanese communication skills based on language associated with being a teenager in Australia and Japan. Students will extend their existing skills required to communicate in Japanese.  Students will continue to work using Obento Supreme, retained from Year 9 Japanese.

Students studying Japanese in Year 10 have the opportunity to achieve VET Units of Competency embedded into the Japanese course.  Vocational Education Training (VET) is nationally recognized training that provides work skills and credit towards a vocational and training qualification.

Students complete the Nationally Accredited Course of Applied Language (Japanese) 10297NAT.

National Code          Unit of Competency                        Year of Study

10297NAT                CALOCW202 & CALRW204         Year 10

Year 10

CALOCW202 Conduct basic workplace oral communication in Japanese

CALRW303 Read basic workplace texts in Japanese

Students studying Japanese in Year 10 will have the opportunity to host students from Japan both for day long and extended Homestays.

Note: This certificate course is not recognised for graduation purposes.

COMMUNICATING

  • Seasons in Japan and Australia
  • Seasonal Activities
  • Weather
  • Adjectives
  • Expressing wishes
  • Large numbers
  • Shopping
  • This/That/That over there
  • Requesting Actions
  • Physical Appearance
  • Joining Adjectives
  • Body parts and colours
  • Present continuous verbs
  • Eating Out
  • Counting items
  • Seeking Permission
  • School Rules
  • Home Rules
  • Giving reasons
  • Location of Places
  • Directions
  • Joining sentences
  • Expressing after one action
  • Expressing how long an action takes

UNDERSTANDING

  • Seasonal Activities and Traditions
  • Onomatopoeia
  • Haiku Poetry
  • Japanese Proverbs
  • Natural Occurrences
  • Japanese Currency
  • Shopping in Japan
  • Vending Machines
  • Japanese Service
  • Japanese fashions trends
  • Different Colour Concepts
  • Japanese Table Manners
  • Comparing Cuisines
  • Punctuality
  • Japanese school rules compared to Australia
  • Japanese customs in the home
  • Japanese addresses
  • Origin of place names in Japan

Indonesian

TOPIC: WHO AM I, CULTURE & SHOPPING

The following topics will help students achieve language skills to an intermediate level bridging the gap between lower school paving the way for upper school. These topics include: speaking about your personality, occupations, following cooking instructions, shopping and the arts. These topics will help students continue to develop their skills for a more advanced level of communication in terms of the Outcomes: Listening and Responding; Spoken Interaction; Viewing, Reading and Responding; and Writing. Students should be able to extend themselves and apply various vocabulary and language aspects to different contexts and situations.

Students studying Indonesian in Year 10 have the opportunity to achieve VET Units of Competency embedded into the Japanese course.  Vocational Education Training (VET) is nationally recognized training that provides work skills and credit towards a vocational and training qualification.

Students complete the Nationally Accredited Course of Applied Language (Indonesian) 10297NAT.

 National Code  Unit of Competency  Year of Study
 10297NAT  CALOCW202 & CALRW204  Year 10

Year 10

CALOCW202 Conduct basic workplace oral communication in Indonesian

CALRW303 Read basic workplace texts in Indonesian

Note: This certificate course is not recognised for graduation purposes.

COMMUNICATING

  • Revision of Year 9
  • Personality traits
  • Potential career
  • Star signs and horoscopes
  • Customs and social etiquette
  • Accepting invitations
  • Nationalities and origins
  • Indonesian cooking
  • Following instructions and recipes
  • Market shopping
  • Etiquette for eating and serving food
  • Visual Arts
  • Performing Arts
  • Traditional modern music
  • Expressing preferences
  • Persuading someone
  • Giving opinions
  • Time
  • Reviewing films

UNDERSTANDING

  • Ceremonies
  • Horoscopes
  • Respectful language
  • Visiting a house
  • Body Language and gestures
  • Indonesian cuisine
  • Eating etiquette and tips
  • Markets
  • Religious dietary requirements
  • Traditional art
  • Money and exchange rates
  • Censorship