What resources support Japanese language teaching?
View curated digital resources that gather together Asia-related web links relevant to year-level content descriptions of the Australian Curriculum: Languages – Japanese.
How is the Australian Curriculum: Languages – Japanese structured?
A key aspect of the Japanese language curriculum involves understanding the cultural dimension that shapes and is shaped by Japanese language. The curriculum is designed with an intercultural language learning orientation to enable students to participate meaningfully in intercultural experiences, to develop new ways of seeing and being in the world, and to understand more about themselves in the process.
The Australian Curriculum: Languages – Japanese is pitched for the majority of the cohort of learners of Japanese for whom Japanese is an additional language (referred to in the Australian Curriculum as second language learners).
The curriculum has been developed according to two main learning sequences for these learners:
From the Australian Curriculum F−10 Languages: Japanese.