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The Indonesian Embassy have joined forces with LOTE teachers in our schools to promote the Indonesian language and culture.  Parents and students are invited to attend an Indonesian Cultural Day to be held at the Margaret River Culture Center this  Saturday,  28 May 2011. There will be a number of free events and workshops between 11.00 to 2.00p.m.  Come […]

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Saya Suka Mi Goreng!!! (Vol.1)

Selamat pagi semua! Apa kabar? Welcome to our Indonesian cooking journal. Ibu Janice has been telling the year 6 (T2) students since term 3 that they will experience Indonesian cooking if they behave themselves in LOTE class. Well, they did! On Thursday 21st of October 2010, when they walked into the LOTE room, the students […]

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On Thursday afternoon (12th August),  Indonesian youth ambassadors visited our school to speak to our year six and seven students.  They spoke about the benefits of studying a foreign language at school and after leaving school.  Their message was that continuing to study a foreign language opens up many opportunities for travel and cultural exchanges for young adults. […]

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Fun and Meaningful!!!

At the end of the day, period 5, when students are exhausted, they still have to practise speaking another language. Some have had a good day, but some have had a bad one. In Indonesian class at period 5, we make sure everyone turns the day into an enjoyable day.  Students make two lines to play the game. […]

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Something smells good from LOTE class!

The students of Indonesian class went on a cooking spree! We made pisang goreng (banana fritters) to familiarize ourselves with popular Indonesian snacks. The students deserve to be complemented for their good manners and big effort, attempting to practise their Indonesian on that day. Supervised by some lovely parents, the students prepared the ingredients, cooked and cleaned up by […]

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