Documentation

10.6. ISSV: Publishing 2000-2001

Institute for Slovenian Studies of Victoria: The articles, the majority in Slovenian, a few in English, were written with the aim of informing Slovenian community, about the ISSV projects and initiatives, and about the advantages of learning Slovenian, stimulating interest in the study of Slovenian language, and informing about courses and conditions.

10.5. ISSV: Publishing 1998-1999

Poučevanje slovenščine/Teaching Slovenian language in Melbourne, Australia. Articles on Slovenian language as optional subject in the Victorian School of Languages, secondary year levels 7 to 12….

10.7. ISSV: Publishing 2002-2003

Poučevanje slovenščine/Teaching Slovenian language in Melbourne, Australia. Articles on Slovenian studies and the 25th anniversary of teaching Slovenian in Melbourne and Slovenian student exchange …

9.5. STAV: Articles 1976-1997

Slovenian Teachers Association: Articles, the majority in Slovenian, were written with the aim of stimulating interest in the study of Slovenian language, and informing about courses and conditions, and the advantages of learning the language.

5.8. BoS: VCE Study Design Slovenian

VCE Study Design for Languages Other Than English – Slovenian,  Board of Studies 2001
ISBN 1 74010 188 X
Board of Studies publication, a detailed description of  the VCE Study Design for Slovenian Year 11 and 12  Course – the 4 Unit structure, Work Requirements and Common Assessment Tasks/CATs with sample topics and an extensive bibliography. Sample topics and bibliography were developed by A.L. and A.A. Ceferin.

10.2. ISSV: Correspondence 2003 – 2005

Institute for Slovenian Studies of Victoria documents refererring to the Department of Education LOTElinx,  Five Slovenian Authors Reading Tour,   and various other matters, such as Olympic Games in Sydney contribution, and a request for support for Slovenian language as a school subject.

8.4. VSL: Publishing 1987-2005

Victorian School of Languages: the new Year 11 & 12  senior studies were introduced for minority languages in 1991, beginning with Year 11 level of studies; samples of  Year 11 Unit and Unit 2 Work Requirements.