NSW School of Languages is a public school specialising in the teaching and learning of languages through distance education. The school provides a broad range of language choices for students across NSW, including Modern Greek. In particular, it gives students the opportunity to study Greek from their home school during Years 9 to 12.
The lessons are based on interactive online courses and include regular phone lessons and some face-to- face classes.
For more information, please visit the NSW School of Languages website here, and see attached files below.
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The Association of Independent Schools of NSW has published a range of teacher-created Extension support materials. Teachers can access all the AISNSW Languages resources by clicking on the Resource Centre of the AIS website https://www.aisnsw.edu.au/resource-centre and then clicking on the dropdown menu under Teaching and Learning (in the blue column on left side) and clicking on Languages. Alternatively, the direct link for Modern Greek is below:
Stage 6 Extension support materials for the 2020-2024 course prescriptions for Modern Greek are now available on our website (access via your language on the right-hand menu).
The materials were developed with the invaluable support and expertise of practising language teachers from NSW public schools and will provide an excellent starting point for the teaching of the Stage 6 [Language] Extension courses.
You can view and download the resources and use the curriculum support materials to guide and enhance the delivery of the Extension courses.
NSW School of Languages is currently seeking casual teachers for Modern Greek to teach Stages 5 and 6. Interested teachers are invited to complete the attached EOI form.
Please email your application of no more than 2 pages in length to Tomoko Takahata.
The Languages and Culture team is seeking experienced departmental (DoE) teachers of the Stage 6 Modern Greek Extension course to create high-quality support materials for the new course prescriptions (2019-2023) that will be implemented in Term 4 2018.
Participation in the writing project will be over a period of 5 days:
- Monday 4 December 2017
- Tuesday 12 December 2017
- Wednesday 13 December 2017
- Thursday 15 February 2018
- Friday 23 February 2018.
Non-metropolitan teachers are welcome to apply - travel and accommodation reimbursements are available.
Should you wish to participate, please complete the EOI form attached below and email the completed form to email@example.com.
Closing date for applications: Friday 22 September 2017.
Queries: Janelle Byrne, 9266 8540.
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