We have just published a Stage 5 Korean scope and sequence on our website, which builds on the Stage 4 scope and sequence. Scope and sequence documents are now available for Stage 5 across 10 languages, so take the time to explore and gather ideas.
We have just published support for Stage 4 Korean – a unit starter (unit of work) and assessment task with marking criteria on "Our top 10 favourite things to do", with an updated Stage 4 scope and sequence.
We have just published practice speaking questions for Korean Beginners. Sorted by topic, this is a great document to give your students, so they can prepare for the upcoming oral examination.
It's available from the Korean Beginners section of our website.
ACARA has published new work samples for Korean F-10 for the Australian Curriculum. The work sample portfolios demonstrate student learning in relation to the achievement standard. They comprise a collection of students' work drawn from a range of assessment tasks.
You can view these new work samples on their resources website.
The Korean Hana Centre at NSW School of Languages provides language students in NSW schools with stimulating and authentic cultural experiences and develops their language skills and cultural understanding.
Students and teachers who visit the Korean Hana Centre are immersed in Korean language and culture through engaging learning programs.
The Korean Hana Centre offers a range of Korean immersion programs to suit your specific needs and learning outcomes. More information is available on our website. Please contact us, if you are interested in a Korean immersion program at the centre.
If you are not subscribed to the News page of Languages NSW, you may be missing out on important news for languages teachers.
As we no longer have language-specific consultants, most content is posted on the News page. This includes information for professional learning, state-wide webinars and NESA updates.
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Arirang was developed by the NSW Department of Education under the National Asian Language and Studies in Schools Program. It is for the first 100 to 200 hours of learning Korean in Years 7 to 10.
It was previously hosted on the Curriculum K-12 website, which was decommissioned last year. It is now available to all Korean teachers on the Korean section of the NSW Department of Education's new curriculum website.
We've noticed that many subscribers to our Korean page are missing out on important news for languages teachers.
Important information, for example, about our professional learning, state-wide updates, NESA news and collaboration with teachers, is normally posted on the News page, and not on the language-specific pages.
Please ensure you are subscribed to our News page by adding your email to our RSS feed on the side-bar (highlighted in yellow below).
This means your will receive a daily email message when Languages NSW News has new content. You can receive similar updates for the Korean language page by following the same step on this page.
NSW Department of Education renews its Memorandum of Understanding with the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Korea
The NSW Department of Education is delighted to renew its Memorandum of Understanding with the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Korea, as represented by the Korean Education Centre of the Korean Consulate General.
Mr Soo Hwan Kang, Director Korean Education Centre of Consulate General of Republic of Korea in Sydney and Ms Lila Mularczyk, Director, Secondary Education signed the MoU, witnessed by Ms Noh Kyoung Kim, Chief of the Governors’ Association of Korea in the Korean Consulate General and Mrs Elisabeth Robertson, Coordinator, Languages and Culture.
Mr Joseph Kim, General Manager of the Korean Education Centre also attended the signing, with Mrs Janelle Byrne, Language Officer and Ms Amanda Davis, Languages Advisor K-6.
Korean is a language of great importance in NSW public schools. The Korean Plant-A-School Program has enabled Korean language programs to be established and to grow in many schools, and the Korean Bilingual Program at Campsie Public Schools is one of the centrepieces of Korean language education in NSW.
This year, we have seen the introduction of the Stage 6 Korean Beginners course, which is an acknowledgement of Korean’s growing popularity.
The annual Korean Principals’ Study Tour also enables many principals to see the benefits of a Korean language program.
The NSW Department of Education looks forward to many more years working with the Korean Education Centre to support Korean language programs in NSW public schools.
Congratulations to our friends and colleagues at the Korean Education Centre, which hosted its Relocation Ceremony this week. Mr Tom Alegounarias, President of the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards NSW gave a speech to congratulate the KEC on the work that it does to support Korean in NSW.
The new offices at 287 Elizabeth Street are very well-appointed, and will be a lovely environment for learning about Korean language and culture.
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