Monash Indonesian Holiday Program
Monash Indonesian Holiday Program
Purpose of event:
Two days of activities dedicated to enhancing Indonesian language skills and providing immersive experience in Indonesian culture
Dates and times:
June 29-30, 2023, 9.30am – 3.30 pm
Rooms 2.36 and 2.37, 2nd floor of the Monash Learning and Teaching Building (adjacent to the Bus Loop), Monash Clayton Campus
Contact for inquiries and information:
Professor Julian Millie: Julian.Millie@monash.edu
Ms Yacinta Kurniasih: Yacinta.Kurniasih@monash.edu
The cost of the activity is $40.00 per student, to be received by close of business on June 22, 2023.
If a student is unable to attend, full refund will be provided. Refunds for part of the program will not be provided.
Students/carer are to organise transport arrangements. Monash Clayton campus is easily accessed by public transport: https://www.monash.edu/about/our-locations/transport-parking/public
While attending this program, the student will engage in the following activities:
· Language study under the instruction of a qualified Victorian secondary school teacher of Indonesian. Two levels are provided: yr. 9-10, and yr. 11. Instruction covers grammar, listening and speaking.
· Non-contact martial arts program: the student will be instructed in silat, the traditional form of dance/martial arts in Indonesia. The student will perform movements to musical accompaniment following the instruction of the instructor. The activity is non-rigorous, non-contact and does not involve sparring, weapons or projectiles. Suitable clothing should be worn (loose clothing and comfortable, flat-soled shoes).
· Cooking demonstration. The student will study the preparation and cooking of an Indonesian dish under the instruction of a demonstrator/cook.
· The treasure hunt: This will engage the students in the use of Indonesian, as the clues are provided in Indonesian. The student’s participation will be supervised by staff at all times.
· Indonesian dance experience. Students will receive instruction in an Indonesian dance form under the supervision of a qualified instructor.
A risk management plan for this program has been developed by staff and is available for parents to review on request.
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Registration and consent information
|Contact Name||Professor Julian Millie | Ms Yacinta Kurniasih|
|Contact Email||Julian.Millie@monash.edu | Yacinta.Kurniasih@monash.edu|