VCE | Languages

 

VCE French

 
 
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French | Unit 1+2

OVERVIEW

The study of Unit 1+2 French exposes students to different experiences and perspectives at a personal level. It encourages students to be open to different ways of thinking, acting and interacting in the world.

Students are able to engage with French-speaking communities in Australia and internationally in a variety of endeavours, such as tourism, hospitality, the arts, diplomacy, social services, journalism, commerce, fashion, education, translating and interpreting.

The study of French contributes to student personal development including communication skills, intercultural understanding, cognitive development, literacy and general knowledge. Learning and using French encourages students to examine the influences on their perspectives and society, and to consider issues important for effective personal, social and international communication. By understanding the process of language learning, students can apply skills and knowledge to other contexts and languages.

Learning French engages analytical and reflective capabilities and enhances critical and creative thinking.

PREREQUISITES

Year 10 French

AREAS OF STUDY

There are three prescribed themes for study in VCE French:

  • The individual (Personal identity and lifestyles; Relationships; Aspirations, education and careers)

  • The French-speaking communities (The francophone world, Historical perspectives, French cultural perspectives)

  • The world around us (Global and contemporary society, Communication and media, Technology and science)

VCE language study assesses the concepts of communicating and understanding languages and cultures. There are five macro skills that inform language use: listening, speaking, reading, writing and viewing. Connections, comparisons and communities provide the context for learning, while the interpersonal, interpretive and presentational contexts define how students use the language.

UNIT ASSESSMENT

  • Unit 3 School-assessed Coursework: 25 per cent

  • Unit 4 School-assessed Coursework: 25 per cent

  • Examinations: oral component and written component: 50 per cent.

PATHWAYS

Students are able to engage with French-speaking communities in Australia and internationally in a variety of endeavours, such as tourism, hospitality, the arts, diplomacy, social services, journalism, commerce, fashion, education, translating and interpreting.

 
 

 
 
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French | Unit 3+4

OVERVIEW

The study of Unit 3+4 French exposes students to different experiences and perspectives at a personal level. It encourages students to be open to different ways of thinking, acting and interacting in the world.

Students are able to engage with French-speaking communities in Australia and internationally in a variety of endeavours, such as tourism, hospitality, the arts, diplomacy, social services, journalism, commerce, fashion, education, translating and interpreting. The study of French contributes to student personal development including communication skills, intercultural understanding, cognitive development, literacy and general knowledge. Learning and using French encourages students to examine the influences on their perspectives and society, and to consider issues important for effective personal, social and international communication.

By understanding the process of language learning, students can apply skills and knowledge to other contexts and languages. Learning French engages analytical and reflective capabilities and enhances critical and creative thinking.

PREREQUISITES

Yr 11 French

AREAS OF STUDY

There are three prescribed themes for study in VCE French:

  • The individual (Personal identity and lifestyles; Relationships; Aspirations, education and careers)

  • The French-speaking communities (The francophone world, Historical perspectives, French cultural perspectives)

  • The world around us (Global and contemporary society, Communication and media, Technology and science)

UNIT ASSESSMENT

  • Unit 3 School-assessed Coursework: 25 per cent

  • Unit 4 School-assessed Coursework: 25 per cent

  • Examinations: oral component and written component: 50 per cent.

PATHWAYS

Students are able to engage with French-speaking communities in Australia and internationally in a variety of endeavours, such as tourism, hospitality, the arts, diplomacy, social services, journalism, commerce, fashion, education, translating and interpreting. 


VCE Indonesian

 
 
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Indonesian | Unit 1+2

OVERVIEW

The study of Unit 1+2 Indonesian exposes students to different experiences and perspectives at a personal level. It encourages students to be open to different ways of thinking, acting and interacting in the world.

Students are able to engage with Indonesian-speaking communities in Australia and internationally in a variety of endeavours, such as tourism, hospitality, the arts, diplomacy, social services, journalism, commerce, fashion, education, translating and interpreting.

The study of Indonesian contributes to student personal development including communication skills, intercultural understanding, cognitive development, literacy and general knowledge. Learning and using Indonesian encourages students to examine the influences on their perspectives and society, and to consider issues important for effective personal, social and international communication.

By understanding the process of language learning, students can apply skills and knowledge to other contexts and languages. Learning Indonesian engages analytical and reflective capabilities and enhances critical and creative thinking.

PREREQUISITES

Year 10 Indonesian

 

AREAS OF STUDY

There are three prescribed themes for study in VCE Indonesian:

  • The individual (Personal identity, Relationships, Education and aspirations)

  • The Indonesian-speaking communities (History and change, Cultural heritage, Lifestyles)

  • The world around us (Global and contemporary society, Communication and media, Environmental issues)

UNIT ASSESSMENT

VCE language study assesses the concepts of communicating and understanding languages and cultures.

There are five macro skills that inform language use: listening, speaking, reading, writing and viewing. Connections, comparisons and communities provide the context for learning, while the interpersonal, interpretive and presentational contexts define how students use the language.

PATHWAYS

Students are able to engage with Indonesian-speaking communities in Australia and internationally in a variety of endeavours, such as tourism, hospitality, the arts, diplomacy, social services, journalism, commerce, fashion, education, translating and interpreting.

 
 

 
 
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Indonesian | Unit 3+4

OVERVIEW

The study of Unit 3+4 Indonesian exposes students to different experiences and perspectives at a personal level. It encourages students to be open to different ways of thinking, acting and interacting in the world.

Students are able to engage with Indonesian-speaking communities in Australia and internationally in a variety of endeavours, such as tourism, hospitality, the arts, diplomacy, social services, journalism, commerce, fashion, education, translating and interpreting.

The study of Indonesian contributes to student personal development including communication skills, intercultural understanding, cognitive development, literacy and general knowledge. Learning and using Indonesian encourages students to examine the influences on their perspectives and society, and to consider issues important for effective personal, social and international communication.

By understanding the process of language learning, students can apply skills and knowledge to other contexts and languages. Learning Indonesian engages analytical and reflective capabilities and enhances critical and creative thinking.

PREREQUISITES

Year 11 Indonesian

AREAS OF STUDY

There are three prescribed themes for study in VCE Indonesian:

  • The individual (Personal identity, Relationships, Education and aspirations)

  • The Indonesian-speaking communities (History and change, Cultural heritage, Lifestyles)

  • The world around us (Global and contemporary society, Communication and media, Environmental issues)

UNIT ASSESSMENT

  • Unit 3 School-assessed Coursework: 25 per cent

  • Unit 4 School-assessed Coursework: 25 per cent

  • Examinations: oral component and written component: 50 per cent.

VCE language study assesses the concepts of communicating and understanding languages and cultures. There are five macro skills that inform language use: listening, speaking, reading, writing and viewing. Connections, comparisons and communities provide the context for learning, while the interpersonal, interpretive and presentational contexts define how students use the language.

Pathways

Students are able to engage with Indonesian-speaking communities in Australia and internationally in a variety of endeavours, such as tourism, hospitality, the arts, diplomacy, social services, journalism, commerce, fashion, education, translating and interpreting.

 

VCE Italian

 
 
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Italian | Unit 1+2

OVERVIEW

The study of Unit 1+2 Italian exposes students to different experiences and perspectives at a personal level. It encourages students to be open to different ways of thinking, acting and interacting in the world.

Students are able to engage with Italian-speaking communities in Australia and internationally in a variety of endeavours, such as tourism, hospitality, the arts, diplomacy, social services, journalism, commerce, fashion, education, translating and interpreting.

The study of Italian contributes to student personal development including communication skills, intercultural understanding, cognitive development, literacy and general knowledge. Learning and using Italian encourages students to examine the influences on their perspectives and society, and to consider issues important for effective personal, social and international communication. By understanding the process of language learning, students can apply skills and knowledge to other contexts and languages.

Learning Italian engages analytical and reflective capabilities and enhances critical and creative thinking.

PREREQUISITES

Year 10 Italian

 

AREAS OF STUDY

There are three prescribed themes for study in VCE Italian:

  • The individual (Personal identity and lifestyles, Relationships, Education and aspirations)

  • The Italian-speaking communities (The Italian cultural heritage, Historical/contemporary people and events, Living in an Italian community)

  • The world around us (Global and contemporary society, Communication and media, The influence of science and technology)

UNIT ASSESSMENT

  • Unit 3 School-assessed Coursework: 25 per cent

  • Unit 4 School-assessed Coursework: 25 per cent

  • Examinations: oral component and written component: 50 per cent.

VCE language study assesses the concepts of communicating and understanding languages and cultures. There are five macro skills that inform language use: listening, speaking, reading, writing and viewing. Connections, comparisons and communities provide the context for learning, while the interpersonal, interpretive and presentational contexts define how students use the language.

PATHWAYS

Students are able to engage with Italian-speaking communities in Australia and internationally in a variety of endeavours, such as tourism, hospitality, the arts, diplomacy, social services, journalism, commerce, fashion, education, translating and interpreting.

 
 

 
 
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Italian | Unit 3+4

overview

The study of Unit 3&4 Italian exposes students to different experiences and perspectives at a personal level. It encourages students to be open to different ways of thinking, acting and interacting in the world.

Students are able to engage with Italian-speaking communities in Australia and internationally in a variety of endeavours, such as tourism, hospitality, the arts, diplomacy, social services, journalism, commerce, fashion, education, translating and interpreting. The study of Italian contributes to student personal development including communication skills, intercultural understanding, cognitive development, literacy and general knowledge.

Learning and using Italian encourages students to examine the influences on their perspectives and society, and to consider issues important for effective personal, social and international communication.

By understanding the process of language learning, students can apply skills and knowledge to other contexts and languages. Learning Italian engages analytical and reflective capabilities and enhances critical and creative thinking.

prerequisites

Year 11 Italian

areas of study

There are three prescribed themes for study in VCE Italian:

  • The individual (Personal identity and lifestyles, Relationships, Education and aspirations)

  • The Italian-speaking communities (The Italian cultural heritage, Historical/contemporary people and events, Living in an Italian community)

  • The world around us (Global and contemporary society, Communication and media, The influence of science and technology)

UNIT ASSESSMENT

  • Unit 3 School-assessed Coursework: 25 per cent

  • Unit 4 School-assessed Coursework: 25 per cent

  • Examinations: oral component and written component: 50 per cent.

VCE language study assesses the concepts of communicating and understanding languages and cultures. There are five macro skills that inform language use: listening, speaking, reading, writing and viewing. Connections, comparisons and communities provide the context for learning, while the interpersonal, interpretive and presentational contexts define how students use the language.

Pathways

Students are able to engage with Italian-speaking communities in Australia and internationally in a variety of endeavours, such as tourism, hospitality, the arts, diplomacy, social services, journalism, commerce, fashion, education, translating and interpreting.