1. How do we help out?
2. How do we hang out?
3. How do we think of personal space?
4. How do the media influence our health?
5. How do we tell our stories?
6. What is the history and significance of Indonesian/Australian contact and communication?
7. Do I fit the image?
8. What am I saying? Who/what do I Iisten to?
9. What are the urgent environmental issues?
10. How do I understand Indonesian literature?
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.
Access to the website for adopting schools. Games, exercises, videos, audio, many interesting links and visual resources for viewing, reflecting, making connections.