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Languages: Korean - Satisfactory - Years 9 and 10 (Year 7 entry)

This portfolio of student work shows that the student uses written and spoken Korean to interact with peers (WS3, WS5), teachers and other Korean speakers in face-to-face, local and virtual communications (WS1, WS2, WS4). The student exchanges information …

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Languages: Korean - Satisfactory - Years 5 and 6

This portfolio of student work shows that the student engages in classroom interactions to carry out collaborative tasks, to exchange information and to express feelings and ideas related to specific contexts, personal interests and daily routines at …

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Languages: Korean - Satisfactory - Years 7 and 8 (Year 7 entry)

This portfolio of student work shows that the student uses Korean to interact with others (WS3) and teachers (WS8) in classroom routines and activities, exchanging greetings, wishes, experiences, interests and information (WS1, WS8). The student approximates …

Languages: Korean - Satisfactory - Years 7 and 8 (Year 7 entry) | Portfolios | Work samples | Resources

Languages: Korean - Satisfactory - Foundation to Year 2

This portfolio of student work shows that the student interacts with peers and teachers through play- and action-related talk, exchanging greetings and introducing themselves with gestures (WS1,WS2, WS4, WS5). The student responds to question cues by …

Languages: Korean - Satisfactory - Foundation to Year 2 | Portfolios | Work samples | Resources

Languages: Korean - Satisfactory - Years 3 and 4

This portfolio of student work shows that the student uses Korean to interact in classroom routines, action-related talk and play with teachers and peers (WS3). The student exchanges personal information relating to aspects such as age or interests, using …

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Languages: Korean - Satisfactory - Years 9 and 10 (F-10 sequence)

This sample of student work shows that the student uses written and spoken Korean to communicate with teachers, peers and others in a range of settings and for a range of purposes.  The student initiates, sustains and extends spoken and written exchanges …

Languages: Korean - Satisfactory - Years 9 and 10 (F-10 sequence) | Portfolios | Work samples | Resources

Cucumber recipe – AT

Students learnt a range of vocabulary and grammar structures relevant to food, cooking and recipes, including ingredients, amounts and methods. As part of the unit, they watched a video clip to analyse the language of instructions of how to make a Korean …

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My favourite food! – AT

Students learnt to discuss food (i.e. ingredients, adjectives to describe tastes, key verbs) and language structures and features (how to describe the frequency, basic counters, informal and polite verb endings). In this task, students were asked to …

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Restaurant role play and review – AT

Students learnt the vocabulary and sentence patterns related to names of food and drink, eating at a restaurant, reading a menu, ordering food and critiquing food. Students completed various formative tasks to learn and understand a range of vocabulary …

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Nice to meet you! – AT

Students learnt how to introduce themselves and share personal information. In this task, students scripted, practiced then presented a role play in which they met and introduced themselves to a new friend.

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예요 and 이에요 – AT

Students learnt about occupations, jobs and necessary tools. As part of this unit, students learnt the two verb endings 예요 and 이에요 and the rules associated with each. Students completed activities that required them to choose the correct ‘be’ verb endings. In …

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Korean syllable blocks – AT

Students participated in a range of activities to build an understanding of how the basic Korean syllable blocks are constructed; the difference between the syllable blocks depending on the shapes of the vowels; where accompanying consonants are located. …

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Hangeul jumbled sentence activity – AT

Throughout a term, students learnt the system of language, Hangeul. Lessons focused on different letters in Hangeul each week and students practiced writing Hangeul syllables with the focused letter. Students then expanded on syllables to write their …

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Horangi Magic book – AT

Students were read ‘Possum Magic’ by Mem Fox in English, and spoke about the language and features of this story. The teacher used this story and its language and features to model a Korean version of the story. They looked at a map of Korea and learnt …

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Letter to host family and reflection – AT

In preparation for a Korean study tour, students learnt how to share detailed personal information with a prospective host family and to apply their understanding of the various ways of introducing themselves in written format. In this task, students …

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Sentence word order– AT

Over the course of a term, students learnt to construct sentences using correct word order, Hangeul syllables and words. Each week students focused on different letters and practiced writing syllables with the focused letter in them, then expanding by …

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My future career – AT

Students learnt the Korean terms for work and occupations, learnt simple sentence structures to ask about their future career aspirations and answered questions appropriately using modelled sentences and set phrases. In this task, students were asked …

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In our classroom – AT

Students studied the classroom environment and classroom objects commonly found and used. Students practiced counting the number of items and using appropriate case markers and counters for nouns. In this task, students were asked to write at least 5 …

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Go-chu-jang – Korean hot pepper paste advertisement – AT

Students learnt about the language of advertising as part of a unit on Korean food. In this task, students were asked to create a 1~2 minute advertisement for a new Korean product: hot pepper paste [go-chu-jang]. Students worked in pairs to write then …

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Ordering flowers – AT

Students learnt the vocabulary and sentence patterns related to telephone conversations, reading phone numbers, making requests and exchanging personal contact details. Students completed various formative tasks to learn and understand a range of vocabulary …

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