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.
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.
Workshop date: 11 March 2016 (registrations close 4 March 2016)
Venue: Oxford Street, Darlinghurst
BOSTES has released a new Stage 6 Korean Beginners syllabus, for implementation in 2016. This workshop is designed to support teachers in implementing the syllabus, including:
Contact details: Enri Parolin, 02 9266 8536 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Open High School has developed an online and offline blended model course called for the Stage 6 Korean Beginners Course to increase the support for the teaching of Asian languages. The course is based on the Korean Beginners Stage 6 syllabus developed by the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES). This project is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations through the National Asian Languages and Studies in Schools Programs (NALSSP).
These FREE Korean course materials will be available from 2016 to all NSW government and non-government schools with a Korean program. There is a one-off administrative fee of $300 payable to Open High School. The course materials will be delivered progressively in 2016 and 2017. The first stage of delivery is expected to be Term 1, 2016.
If your school is interested in acquiring the course materials, could your principal please complete the enclosed resource request form. All completed forms or enquiries should be directed to Angela Lam, email@example.com or 9381-4815.
We look forward to sharing these engaging new Korean course materials with you.
Ms A Lam
Relieving Head Teacher Curriculum
We are very excitied to announce the launch of new online resources for Korean, Yaho! Hangugeo.
Each video has can be viewed with subtitles on or off and has an accompanying set of downloadable student activity sheets.
In the 'For teachers' section, you will find notes on language use, suggestions for classroom activities, student activity sheets and sample responses as well as links to useful websites.
We hope that you and your students enjoy exploring the resource and perhaps even create some more activities of your own to share with your colleagues.
Click here or on the images below for direct link to Yaho Hangugeo.
Follow the link for a great variety of pictures that Korean teachers might like to download for the use of their lessons.Click on the image '그림으로 보는 한국어 Korean language with Pictures' on the page, 한국어 학습교재. You can select your preferred language e.g. English on the website.
LINK - http://www.sejonghakdang.org/
Click on the image or link below to download the Korean teaching and learning materials from King Sejong Institute. See the series of Korean textbook titled '세종한국어' develoed by Sejong Hakdang.
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