The 2021 round of the NSW-Seoul Online School Exchange Project is now open for registrations. The project matches classes of Korean language learners in our schools, with classes of English language learners at schools in Seoul for online language and cultural exchange. The first online activities are expected to commence in late April. Schools can register to participate by completing the online form at the link below by 12pm on Friday 26 March. Questions can emailed to DE International via email@example.com
The position is for 2 days/week for Semester 1 2021. Express your interest for the position by emailing the Principal, Monica Cidem, at MONICA.CIDEM@det.nsw.edu.au.
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.
Does your school teach Korean language? DE International is seeking expressions of interest from primary and secondary schools that teach Korean language and are interested in online language and cultural exchange with a school in Seoul.
Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education's Online School Exchange Project will run as a pilot program from September - December 2020. Participating schools will be matched with a school in Seoul for online exchange through video conference classes. If your school is interested in participating, please complete our online registration form by COB 17 August 2020.
For more information, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online registration form: https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/5758522/NSW-Seoul-Online-School-Exchange-Project
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.
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