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Dari Kami Ke Kita 1 Workbook REVISED: with Audio CDs and DVD - 9780170356060
208 Pages

Dari Kami Ke Kita 1 Workbook REVISED: with Audio CDs and DVD

By | Copyright Year:2015 | ISBN-13: 9780170356060

Dari Kami Ke Kita (with audio CDs and CD ROM) offers a revised national Indonesian series of sequenced and cumulative resources designed to form the basis of a Years 7-10 teaching program. Currently, middle years Indonesian classrooms are not well served with stimulating material and resources, which recognise the cognitive stage of development of their learners. This series aims to provide students who have beginning levels of proficiency with an engaging and challenging way into language learning. It’s modern and introduces Indonesian in a fast-paced, dynamic way.

The workbooks are specifically aimed at consolidating and reinforcing the student book topics, language and learning focus. They offer plenty of listening material and a strong focus on the intercultural language competence, reflection and on developing appropriate communicative skills. The Audio CDs and CD-ROM in the back of the book offer videos snippets, photos, slideshows, a language lab to enhance pronunciations, interactive games and exercises and contain the optimised version of all the audio from the student book.


Dr Anne-Marie Morgan is currently working at the Research Centre for Languages and Cultures at the University of South Australia on a range of national language projects. She has many years experience teaching Indonesian, drama, music, ESL and cultural studies.

Michelle Kohler is an experienced secondary teacher of Indonesian and now researcher at UniSA. She has worked as language advisor and was a member of the writing teams for the Standards for Languages Teaching. Her PhD study focuses on how classroom interaction contributes to intercultural teaching and learning.

Dr Lesley Harbon is Associate Dean (International) and teaches pre-service undergraduate and postgraduate languages curriculum of study in the University of Sydney. She is currently President of the AFMLTA and her research focuses on intercultural language education. She is a near native speaker of Indonesian.


Focus on intercultural language learning. The series places students’ linguistic and cultural identity at the centre and explicitly develops their meta-linguistic awareness and cultural understandings as well as their intercultural capability

Focus on a developmental view of language learning. A number of strands (e.g. linguistic, cognitive, interaction) become increasingly sophisticated within each year and across the years (i.e. it is sequential and cumulative).

Plenty of photographic material for reflection, study and learning. Photos are relevant to the topics and facilitate making connections, classroom interaction and student's engagement.

Many digital resources with meaningful tasks to further engage students and facilitate the consolidation of language points as well as offering useful research material for presentation and assessment.