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Indonesian Class Task

Tugas Kelas Bahasa Indonesia


Overview -
Ikhtisar
The task involves the research, collation, presentation and creative engagement with,
research of an Indonesian province/district/island/major city by student groups with some
individual responsibilities.

Research is collaborated on and refined using Google Docs, then presented on your group
wiki page of a classroom wiki constructed for this project. Headings, keywords and an
introduction to the group page must be in Indonesian, but the research content is in English.
Student groups then design an outing or activity based on their research in English and add

this to their wiki page.


Student groups are then required to create a role-play in Indonesian inspired by or relevant to

their outing to present in front of the class and submit in written format on their wiki page.
An Indonesian language question and answer session following the role-play performance

must be prepared for in advance by students. Questions must be relevant to the outing or
target province.
Each group performance will be video and/or audio recorded by another group using mobile

technologies, to be submitted to the appropriate wiki page.

Research Ideas -
Ide-ide Riset

Points of interest are identified by individual members of the group to research further.
Such points of interest may include but are not limited to cities, economic base, modes of transport,
tourist locations, entertainment facilities, and cultural specialties such as dance, religion, food, art,
history.

Wiki Page Research & Activity Ideas - Ide-ide Kegiatan &


Riset Halaman Wiki
Images, appropriately referenced, see resources page for information on copyright considerations.
You-Tube clips, embedded onto wiki page.
Maps.
Hyperlinks to source of information and further information.
Local train timetables, public transport information.
Local cinema movie guide.
Recipes.

Resources -
Sumber

All resources for completing this task are to be found on the Resources/
Sumber
page of
the project wiki.

Wiki address__________________________________________________________________
Teacher email_________________________________________________________________

Student Groups -
Kelompok Murid
Group 1
Kelompok
Satu Jakarta

Group 2
Kelompok
Dua Sumatra

Group 3
Kelompok
Tiga
Kalimantan

Group 4
Kelompok
Empat
Sulawesi

Group 5
Kelompok
Lima
Central Java

Group 6
Kelompok
Enam Flores

Homework & Due Dates -


Pekerjaan Rumah (PR)
&
Jatuh
Tempo
Week 1 - Minggu Satu
Homework -
PR
Begin researching group assigned province and collaborate with group members on writing an
introduction to group province page in Indonesian
on Google Docs.
Individual members write and add content about their assigned
point of interest in English
on Google
Docs.

Due Date -
Jatuh Tempo
End Week 1 - Individual research on point of interest in province and group page province
introduction completed and entered on Wiki.

Week 2 - Minggu Dua


Homework -
PR
Student groups finish
designing an outing in English
in their target province based on their research.
Enter, refine and finish
role-play in Indonesian
on Google Docs.
Edit wiki page in response to peer-review.

Due Date -
Jatuh Tempo
End Week 2 - Outing plan and written role-play completed and submitted to wiki.

Week 3 - Minggu Tiga


Homework -
PR
Individual members add proposed question and answer to wiki, groups review and edit wiki page,
groups practice role-play.

Due Date -
Jatuh Tempo
End Week 3 - Individual question and answer submitted to wiki, role-play recording submitted to wiki.

Marking Guide
Individual
Indonesian
50%

Vocabulary
Group page Introduction,
Research Headings &
Keywords, Written Question &
Answer, Role-play

Grammar
Group Page
Introduction, Role-play,
Written Question &
Answer

Oral
Answer & Role-play
Performance

Technology
30%

Diversity of Media

Correctly Embedded &


Links Operating

Layout & Font

Research
10%

Variety of Sources

Referencing

Outing

Group
10%

Student contribution fair

Appropriate
interpersonal
communication

Constructive feedback
given for peer review