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Students develop their ability to communicate in Indonesian and their understanding of Indonesia by engaging with key themes in modern Indonesian society such as: youth culture and urbanisation, family structures and practices, and ethnic and religious topics. Students’ cultural knowledge and ability to use linguistic resources are expanded by reading authentic materials from magazines and newspapers, watching and discussing video clips of dramas and comedies, producing short summaries, and engaging in informal discussion.
Intended learning outcomes
On successful completion of this subject, students should:
develop knowledge of specific regions in Indonesia and be familiar with important themes in Indonesian society;
become familiar with authentic written and audio-visual media in both formal and popular styles;
have a solid grasp of Indonesian verb structures and more complex sentence patterns.
Last updated: 1 June 2020