- Code INDN3005
- Unit Value 6 units
- Offered by School of Culture History and Language
Second Semester 2014
- Course subject Indonesian
- Areas of interest Asian Languages
- Academic career Undergraduate
- Dr Emma Baulch
Students read widely in a Southeast Asian language about politics,popular culture, society, economics, literature and religion of the country concerned. Students critically read texts - in the case of Bahasa Indonesian, from the news magazine 'Tempo' - as a preparation for weekly discussions in a 90 minute class.
Learning OutcomesBy the end of the course, learners of the Southeast Asian language will have significantly increased their proficiency in reading and writing, and will be able to discuss complex ideas about contemporary issues. They will also have gained substantial knowledge about recent social, political and cultural developments in the country they study.
Indicative AssessmentA 2,500 word academic paper in the target language (40%), plus the equivalent of a couple of short essays, each 750 words to be prepared off campus (2 x 30%), on a complex aspect of social life in the society where the language is the national or native language to the majority of the population.
WorkloadFortnightly meetings with Course Coordinator or Supervisor. Students are expected to read approximately 10 academic and non-academic texts in the target language, each about 6,000 words, and demonstrate the ability to capture the various subtleties and nuances that run through the selected readings.
Requisite and IncompatibilityTo enrol in this course you must have previously completed INDN3003 or 3013.
Completion of Year in Asia, or a Distinction average in third year language.
Other InformationStudents are strongly advised to take a supporting course (focused on historical background, culture, linguistics, anthropology etc) before enrolling in this vernacular language Reading Course.
- Bachelor of Art History and Curatorship (BAHCR)
- Bachelor of Arts (BARTS)
- Bachelor of Asia-Pacific Security (BASEC)
- Bachelor of Asia-Pacific Studies (BAPST)
- Bachelor of Development Studies (BDEVS)
- Bachelor of International Relations (BIR)
- Bachelor of Languages (BLANG)
- Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) (APHSC)
- Diploma of Languages (ELANG)
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- Band 1
- Unit value:
- 6 units
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Second Semester, 2014
|Class number||Class start date||Last day to enrol||Census date||Class end date|
|6865||21 Jul 2014||08 Aug 2014||31 Aug 2014||30 Oct 2014|