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Silakan Masuk is a unit where students learn the conventions of visiting an Indonesian home.

They become aware

of what behaviours are considered polite and how to engage in ‘small talk’ in Indonesian. If possible, visiting an Indonesian
home enables them to put into practise what they have learnt.

VELS Unit Planner – Silakan Masuk Team: BH Year Level: 10

Step 1
1. What is worthy and desiring of understanding? (Identify desired results)
2. What is evidence of understanding? (Determine acceptable evidences)
3. What learning experiences and teaching promote understanding, interest and excellence? (Plan learning
experiences and instructions)
Key Concept Understand and appreciate similarities and differences in the language through social and
geographical environments.
Langkah 2: Silakan masuk dan selamat makan! (Being a good guest/host, asking for something
politely, accept or refuse an offer politely, leave a gathering politely, recognise an instruction not
to do something, talk about where you come from)
Essential Learning Domain: LOTE
Domains Dimensions: Communicating in LOTE
(Including dimensions) Standards:
• They show awareness of the language requirements of a range of specific situations related to a given topic, and
adapt language and gesture appropriately for the role, audience and purpose of the task.
• They acquire and use new information and language, and recycle previously learnt language skills and knowledge
in new contexts.
• They read a range of short, and sometimes modified, texts for meaning. They read short passages for meaning.
Dimension: Intercultural knowledge and language awareness
• Understanding of cultural influences on the ways people behave and use language, through approximating accurate
and context-sensitive language use.
• Through reflection, drafting, questioning linguistic relationships, observations and hypothesising, students
demonstrate an understanding that language is a complex system.
Domain: Personal Learning
Dimensions: The Individual Learner
• Students demonstrate an awareness of different cultural and societal beliefs.
Dimensions: Managing Personal Learning
• At Level 5, students set realistic short-term and long-term learning goals within a variety of tasks and describe their
progress towards achieving these.
They complete competing short, extended and group tasks within set timeframes, prioritising their available time, utilising
appropriate resources and demonstrating motivation.

Domain: Communication
Dimensions: Listening, Viewing and Responding
• When responding, they use specialised language and symbols as appropriate to the contexts in which they are
• Students use the communication conventions, forms and language appropriate to the subject to convey a clear
message across a range of presentation forms to meet the needs of the context, purpose and audience.

Understanding 1 2 3 4
Goals Understand how to Be able to converse Be able to recognise Religion in Indonesia
(Written as essential politely visit an with someone about an instruction not to
questions or Indonesian home where they come do something in
statements) following from, how long they various ways.
conventions. have been in the
country and their

1.What is worthy and desiring of understanding? (Identify desired results)
2.What is evidence of understanding? (Determine acceptable evidences)
3.What learning experiences and teaching promote understanding, interest and excellence? (Plan learning
experiences and instructions)
Sequence Understandi Performances of Ongoing Assessment Reference to
ng Goals Understanding (Criteria, feedback & specific VELS
reflection) standards
Introductory 1 Conventions when visiting someone in Intercultural
Performanc Australia compared with conventions in
es other countries, then a focus on
(Tuning in) Indonesia.
How homes are set up and appropriate
times according to the customs and how
to behave if you wish to be considered
Guided 1-4 Learning sentence patterns Correction of exercises in the Speaking
Inquiry Through role play practise being a good workbook. Listening
Performanc guest and a good host. Participation in classroom Reading
es Completing a series of listening, reading, activities. Writing
(Finding out / writing, grammar and speaking activities Intercultural
sorting out / in the workbook and textbook. PL
going further) Reading and listening to a photo story Communication
Completing an activity game based on
Learning about body language when
visiting and applying it in role plays and
then in real life.
Learning how to ue ‘dilarang’, ‘tidak
boleh’ & ‘jangan’ and making a series of
posters as a group.
Working through grammar exercises to
improve understanding
Reading information on religion in
Indonesia and completing activities.
Culminating 1, 2 & 4 Vocab tests (10 words per week) Learning Assessment #3 Speaking
Performanc Chapter 2 test Listening
es LAT: Visit to an Indonesian home Writing
(conclusions / applying the customs and language Intercultural
taking action) taught - Rubrics Communication
Agama di Indonesia activities PL
Brochure on being polite when in
Indonesia for teenagers.

Step 3
1. What is worthy and desiring of understanding? (Identify desired results)
2. What is evidence of understanding? (Determine acceptable evidences)
3. What learning experiences and teaching promote understanding, interest and excellence? (Plan
learning experiences and instructions)

Weekly Overview
(Units may vary in length. A 6 week timeframe is not prescriptive)
Week 1 Lesson 1
Overview of the unit: expectations & practise at home necessary to complete the unit satisfactorily.
Discussion of the conventions in Australia for visiting someone.
Discussion of conventions in other cultures.
Reading the information on showing respect and visiting others at home from pg 33 in the text
Cobalah ini! 3 pg 26
Grammar 3 & 2 Notes in language book
Pasang Telinga! D
Tidak Begitu Susah! A pg 22 of workbook
Quiz: Being a good guest in Indonesia pg 26 in workbook
Set vocab test: Countries
Lesson 2
Grammar 1 & 6 (notes in Language book)
Question pattern A on pg 23, asking people where they come from
Question pattern B asking how long people have been in Indonesia
Question pattern C asking someone’s nationality.
Pasang Telinga! B
Coba Tulislah! D
Dialogue pattern A-H on pg 25 about a dinner conversation.
Homework: Wiki contribution.
Vocab test: Countries
Week 2 Lesson 3
Being ‘sopan’ Grammar 4 & 9. (notes in Language book)
Tidak Begitu Susah! B
Pasang Telinga! A & C
Listening and reading the photo story on visiting someone.
Kamu Mengerti A & B
Grammar 7: use of –pun
Coba Tulislah! A
Vocab test: Being polite
Lesson 4
Focus: Dilarang
Grammar 5 (notes in Language book).
Pasang Telinga! E
Mari Bermain pg 29
Pasang Telinga! F
Coba Tulislah! C
Homework: Coba Tulislah! B finished
Vocab test: Dilarang actions
Week 3 Lesson 5
Berbicaralah! B game
Introduction to Object focus – Grammar 8 (notes in Language book)
Tidak Begitu Susah! C
Focus: visit to an Indonesian home.
Bicara Bebas! 1 preparing and performing role play
Menulis Bebas! A Beginning ‘brosur’ pg 23 of workbook
Vocab test: other words
Lesson 6
Bicara Bebas! 2 game
Preparation for a visit to Ibu Liana’s house.
Bicaralah! A Bertemu ke rumah teman saya activity in groups of three
Students prepare questions and think about what they could say about themselves from the guidelines
sheet. They are given the rubric that they need to fill out.
Working on brosur
Homework: LAT
Week 4 Lesson 7
Focus: Religion in Indonesia
Kenalilah Indonesia 2 pp 137-141
Completing the activities 1-8, then one of the remaining activities only.
Homework: Crossword Langkah 7 Emergency lesson on Religion
Lesson 8
Visit to Ibu Liana’s house
Working on brosur
Homework: teka-teki pg 25
Week 5 Revision sheet
Lesson 9
Test Langkah 2 including Listening Assessment tasks, Dengarkanlah! A & B
Reflection on the unit

Bagus Sekali 3 textbook – Chapter 2
Bagus Sekali 3 workbook – Chapter 2
Kenalilah Indonesia 2 from chapter 5
Food for home visit.
Web page and copies of the relevant pages in the text and workbook.
Wiki question