Year 6 Indonesian

Course and Assessment Overview 2019

Week Content Assessments

Term 1

Greetings and Introductions, Daily life

1

Introduction to Course & expectations

Greetings & About me. Kenalkan! (Let me introduce myself). Tetang saya (About me) Expressions of personal pro nouns – saya, kami, kita, dia, mereka. What my name, where I am from, who is in my family. Sentence structure.

 
2

Daily life (school). Intercultural understanding. Comparing a day in the life of an Indonesian student to my own.

Ethnic groups/ religious affiliation/generalisation & stereotypes about cultural groups.

 
3 Family and friends. Interact with peers to describe aspects of daily life, school, friends and pastimes.  
4

Simple verbs: suka(like), mau(want), dapat(have), lihat(look)

Describe objects using colours (merah/biru..), size (besar/kecil..)

‘About me’ Oral & written in class task (5%)
5

Daily tasks.

Boleh saya pergi ke kamar kecil? Can I go to the toilet?

 Boleh saya pinjam…. May I borrow)

Questions

 
6

Translating- Language dictionary skills

Locate and find common Indonesian words, contents, descriptive words. .Nomor, lokasi, tempat.

Adjectives, nouns, pronounce, possessive word order.

Possessive words – nya, mereka/kami/kita

Mid-term Test (10%)
7

Emotions/ Feelings

Expression of language and pronunciation of words to suit.

Imperatives: Eg- Jangan!; Cepat!. Inviting others to use polite forms eg- dusuklah, silahkan.

Easter – Paskah

 
8 Family Tree – Describing family members and the family unit. Indonesian emphasis on age order and specific name structures  
9

Poster/Story board ‘A day in the life of…’

Daily task, chores, family, friends, greetings summary 

 
10 Finalise posters to submit. Initiate interactions with teacher and peers using descriptive and expressive language to exchange information about home, neighbourhood, local community, eg – Dia tinggal di Perth dengan keluargnya.

Poster (10%)

*(Students will have a sample)

Term 2

Numbers, Days, Dates & months & Birthdays

1

 

Numbers  ratus (100’s), ribu (1000’s), Juta (millions)

Translate simple texts from Indonesian to English and vice versa. Use visual, print, online dictionaries word lists.

 
2 Numbers continued.. Dictionary language skill / translating Number translating(5%)
3

Jam Berapa – Time Topic 29 Languages online

Differentiation in word placement

half past – setengah’. If its 1:30 we say “Jam setengah 2 sore”

-Time of day poster

How people greet different times of the day

 
4

Days of the week – nama nama hari vocabulary and structures

Calendar Months. Topic 26 & 27 Languages Online. Vocab practice : Kapan ulang Tahun kamu/mu? Ulang Tahun saya pada bulan___ (month)

Ordinal numbers 1st – 10th . Topic 10 Languages online

Times of Day Poster (5%)

(*Students have template for Calendar)

5

Calendar and Months

Class survey birthday months and dates. Cultural/Intercultural understanding. *The understanding cover areas where students reflect of Indonesian culture and their own. Words to express wishes for someone’s birthday differ from culture to culture. Compare Indonesian and Australian versions and consider similarities and differences.

Ordinal numbers continued.

 
6

Calendar in numbers.

Drills/ Numbers, days, weeks calendar

Lebih tinggi (higher) , Lebih rendah (lower) – new expressions when using numbers

My Calendar week task (10%)

(*Students have template for Calendar)

7

Test revision

Term vocab Test.

Vocab Test (5%)
8

Number recall – speaking

Number flip book challenge

 
9

Speaking/ listening and translating

Using numbers and questions to speak and translate independently. Eg- Kapan hari ulang tahun kamu? When is your birthday? Hari ulang tahun saya pada bulan. My birthday is the month of ___ date___.(month and date)

 
10 Term revision  

This document is subject to revision. The Year 6 Scope and sequence can be found for Indonesian on the SCSA website.http://www.scsa.wa.edu.au/

 

Semester 2

Week Content Assessments

Term 3

Hobbies & likes/dislikes

Sport and preferences

1

Hobbies

Drill learn and practise new vocabulary in relation to various hobbies.

Quizlet: Hobi-hobi saya

Revise and Practice Pronunciation Topic 12. New phrases eg- Di waktu luang saya.. In my spare time..

 
2

Hobbies continued

Create – flash cards. Interactive activities

 
3

Class survey

Speaking/ listening/ responding. Independent task.

Eg- Apa hobi kamu? What’s your hobby? Class tally in Indonesian.

Topic 21 – languages online

Class survey (5%)
4

Hobby Book task

(Book week)

 
5 Work on hobby book  
6

Traditional Indonesian Children’s Games

Popular games amongst Indonesian children.

Similarities/ differences found in own culture.

Hobby Book Due (10%)
7

Sports – Learn, practice, drill

Quizlet; Mau bermain Olahraga? Do you want to play sport?

Dictionary skills

 
8

Topic 11 – Languages Online

Likes/dislike sports

Speaking and translating

 
9

Frequency vocab. – eg-sering, sekali, kadang-kadang, jarang, jarang sekali. How often do you play various sports?

Eg- Saya jarang bermain bola basket. I seldom play basketball.

Vocab Test (10%)

Term 4

-Where do you want to eat?

-At the Market

1

Where do you want to eat?

Drill, learn and practice new vocabulary various food venues/ordering at a restaurant.

Quizlet : Mau makan di mana dan makan apa?

 
2

Variety of different food outlets in Indoneisa. Eg – kaki lima (street food), warung (traditional food), rumah makan (eating house), restoran (restaurant).

-Similarities/ differences of food outlets

 
3

Research Task.

Rumah makan cepat saji ( fast food restaurants).

Where to eat and why? Fast food in Indonesia

Short script and conversation.

-Ordering food.

Research and script (15%)
4

The market. Focus and practice using classifiers.

Eg – biji(small piece), buah (many objects), ikat (bunch), sisir (hand of), kilo (kilogram), sekilo (one kilo), dua kilo (two kilo)

 
5

Food and drink and cultural implications.

Design and create Indonesian restaurant menu.

Restaurant Menu (10%)
6

Bargaining at the fruit market.

(swimming)

 
7

Fruit market role play.

Penjual (seller)

Pembeli (buyer)

(Swimming)

 
8 Natal – Indonesian Christmas celebrations. Differences/similarities. Cultural comparisons.  
9 Natal – Indonesian Christmas craft/ activities  

This document is subject to revision. The Year 6 Scope and sequence can be found for Indonesian on the SCSA website.http://www.scsa.wa.edu.au/