Are you looking for a whole class activity that will motivate your students? Do they enjoy entering competitions and winning prizes? Then make sure you enter them in this year's Kompetisi Siswa, a competition for students of Indonesian in NSW. Download the topics and entry form below. For more details visit www.languagesnsw.com/3/post/2014/03/kompetisi-siswa-2014.html
Click on the file below to downaload the entry form.
Thanks to Lauren from Burwood Girls High School for sharing this video - a great resource for dicusssion with senior students and some excellent vocabulary
I'm currently updating a list of Indonesian casual teachers in NSW. Please contact me with the following details if you would like to be placed on this list:
* contact phone number and email address
* qualified to teach primary or secondary
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How much do you know about Indonesia’s upcoming election and about the most influential political personalities?
As the 3rd largest democracy heads to the polls, AIYA NSW brings the campaign to Sydney. The ‘2014 Indonesian Election Preview’ will feature a simulated political campaign involving discussion on some of the key political parties vying for electoral success. Join in the atmosphere as we give you a closer insight into this monumental election, and how the recent Jokowi announcement has changed the game.
When: Thursday, 3 April - doors open 6:00pm
Where: The Mitchell Theatre, Level 1
Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts
280 Pitt St, Sydney
This Election Preview will consist of seven short presentations from the brightest minds in the Australia-Indonesia relationship. We are proud to announce that you will have the honour of hearing from:
Associate Professor Simon Butt, University of Sydney Law Faculty
Conjoint Associate Professor David Reeve, University of New South Wales
Dr Ross Tapsell, Asian Studies Lecturer at Australian National University
Natalie Sambhi, Analyst at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute
Fritz Siregar, SJD Candidate at University of New South Wales
Fajar Hirawan, PhD Candidate at The University of Sydney
Alison Martin, Communications & Policy Advisor for a Greens MP in the NSW Parliament
They will share their insights and expertise on Indonesia’s election process and the various political parties, in an innovative and punchy format that will truly make this an Australia-Indonesia night to remember!
This is a FREE event, and light refreshments and drinks will be provided.
Please RSVP your attendance by registering on Eventbrite.
There are limited seats available in the Mitchell Theatre at the Sydney Mechanics’ School of Arts, so be sure to get in quick!
Please spread the word to any NSW-based friends, family and networks that will be interested in attending.
The venue is located at 280 Pitt St, Sydney, which is less than a five-minute walk from Town Hall Train Station. Please email email@example.com if you have any questions about the event.
Stay tuned by checking our Facebook page for regular updates on the speakers and activities that we have in stall for the night!
Nicholas Mark, President, AIYA NSW
Tickets can be purchased at https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/aiya-nsw-presents-the-raid-2-private-screening-tickets-10824146313
Each year the Department of Education and Communities coordinates the Kompetisi Siswa, a writing competition for students of Indonesian from Kindergarten to Year 10. Many teachers find this a great opportunity to raise the profile of Indonesian within their school community and for their students to experience competing with students in other schools at a state level.
Each Stage (Years 1-2, Years 3-4) etc is given a different topic and format for their task. Teachers are asked to coordinate their students’ work by selecting six entries per year group to be entered in the competition.
The closing date for entries is Friday 27 June 2014.
Prizes for first place, second place and highly commended are generously donated by the Australia-Indonesia Association of NSW. All students will receive a certificate of participation from the MLTA of NSW. Each participating school will receive a certificate of recognition from the Indonesian Consulate. See below for competition rules and entry forms.
Download the 2014 entry form below:
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