Day two

Saturday 18 June 2016 – Building Blue 1.1.01 Lecture Theatre

9:00am Registration and Networking
9:30am Welcoming Remarks
Nathan Franklin
Charles Darwin University
9:35am Address by Professor Simon Maddocks
Vice-Chancellor
Charles Darwin Unviversity
9:40am Address by Andre Siregar
Head of the Indonesian Consulate
9:45am
Group Activity – Classroom Game: ‘Dam-Dam-Sut’

Irianto
Murdoch

10:20am Breakout language session one

Beginners: Simple topic/comment sentences Richard and Endah Curtis (University of the Sunshine Coast)
Intermediate: Actor & Object Focus Nathan Franklin (Charles Darwin University)
Advanced: Demam sejarah Vannessa Hearman (University of Sydney)

11:10am
Transports of Delight: Popular Culture Language Themes on Buses and Angkot

David Reeve
University of New South Wales

12:00pm Break – Lunch – Building Blue 1.1.14
1:00pm Breakout language session two

Beginners: Everyday language with roleplays, games, songs  Richard and Endah Curtis (University of the Sunshine Coast)
Intermediate: –Kan Benefactive & Causative Nathan Franklin (Charles Darwin University)
Advanced: Kegiatan: Menulis dan membicarakan tentang masa lalu Vannessa Hearman (University of Sydney)

1:50pm
Signs of the Times: Using Indonesian Ads and Promotional Material to Enliven Teaching

David Reeve
University of New South Wales

2:40pm
Group Activity – Classroom Game: ‘Mari Bernyanyi Bersama’ and ‘Saya Tahu Tanggal Lahir Anda’

Irianto
Murdoch University

3:10pm Concluding remarks
Nathan Franklin
3:15pm End of conference

 

*Definitions of Indonesian language levels
Audience members must decide the level for themselves, but as a general guide:

Beginners are those with 0-50 hours of formal and informal Indonesian language study.
Intermediate are those with 50-150 hours of formal and informal Indonesian language study.
Advanced are those with 150+ hours of formal and informal Indonesian language study.

Audience members may move to a different level within the first 5 minutes of the lesson.