I'm trying to get a stage 4 (yr 8) elective up and running at the school. I need good topic ideas for electives. Ideas for 9 and 10 would also be appreciated! Manga and anime are kind of taken by the English faculty...
Melissa Pol MPOL@det.nsw.edu.au
Great Lakes College Forster Campus
This exchange program has been operating for more than 20 years. It is a 3+ week homestay program for students aged 15-17 years, designed for students who want to experience Japan as part of a Japanese family. The program will be centred in and around Tokyo. Host families are chosen based on same gender, same age and similar family profiles. Students depart Australia 18 December and return 11 January 2015.Total cost is $4790.
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Casual relief needed Oct 13th - Oct 27th Burwood Girls High School.
Teaching yr 11 Jap Beginners, junior Italian and some PE.
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Are you looking for new materials which depict young people’s lifestyle and real voices from
Are you interested in an opportunity to explore authentic materials and develop lesson plans with other
Do you want to widen your knowledge about youth culture in Japan and improve your Japanese skills?
The Japan Forum (TJF), Tokyo, is running three workshops for Japanese language teachers in NSW in October: Northern Sydney, Southern Sydney and North Coast, with the cooperation of The Japan
Foundation, Sydney and Secondary Education Directorate of the NSW Department of Education and
Communities. For details, please refer to the attached flyer.
Book yourself into the venue closest to you. There’s no cost for participants, and an Obento lunch will be provided. Just bring yourself and a lot of creativity! We hope you will take a lot of new ideas and lesson plans home!
Northern Sydney (Abbotsleigh School) Thursday October 9, 2014
Southern Sydney (Nihongo Tanken Centre) Friday October 10, 2014
North Coast (Ballina – Southern Cross School K-12) Wednesday October 15, 2014
Dulwich High School is seeking an experienced, full time Japanese language teacher for Term 4 at Dulwich High School Of Visual Arts And Design, a co-educational public school in Dulwich Hill with a Visual Arts and Design stream. Classes are yrs 7,9,10 and 12 in Term 4 (ability to teach some junior science or another subject is desirable).
Please send applications to:GEORGIA.DRACOPOULOS@det.nsw.edu.au
Dulwich High School Of Visual Arts And Design.
Winmalee High School in the Blue Mountains is seeking a casual teacher for a 3 week block in term 3, to teach Japanese 8-12, one Year 10 History class. From October 20th until November 7th.
Term three Languages network meeting is on Week 8, Wednesday 3rd September at Bass HS from
1:30 to 3:30pm. Registration on MyPL will close on Monday the 1st September.
Our topic is: Using technology as a tool to engage students in the 21st century’s Languages classroom.
All applicants must enrol through MY PL@Edu
The course code number is: NR06944
Attendance for the whole session is required in order to have the course recorded on your Professional Learning list.
Please inform all languages/ interested teachers at your school.
Please follow these
steps to enrol
Go to my Portal, click on My Application
Go to My PL@Edu
Type Languages for the course name
Insert the course code number/ID above
Scroll down and click search
SWSR LOTE Network Coordinator
Japanese children share their thoughts on love and war. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aGZcXfPyTEY&list=UUqfVksivdQUyLkEBk1dy3LA&index=17
The resources for the new prescribed text, Okuribito, and the new prescribed issues are live now on HSC Online. http://hsc.csu.edu.au/japanese/#116091
Please let your students know!
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