VCE outcomes, Unit 1-4

SUMMARY OF OUTCOMES AND ASSESSMENT TASKS

Outcomes and assessment tasks for Units 1 and 2

OUTCOMES

TASKS

OUTCOMES

TASKS

Establish and maintain a written or spoken exchange related to personal areas of experience.

Informal conversation. or
Reply to personal letter/fax/email.

Participate in a written or spoken exchange related to
making arrangements and
completing transactions.

Formal letter / fax / email.
or role-play.
or interview.

Listen to, read, and obtain information from written and
spoken texts.

Listen to spoken texts (e.g. interviews,
conversations,
broadcasts) to obtain information to
complete notes, charts or tables in Slovenian or English,
and read written texts (e.g. extracts, advertisements,
letters) to obtain
information to complete notes, charts or tables, in
Slovenian or English.

Listen to, read, and
extract and use
information and ideas from spoken and written texts.

Listen to spoken texts (e.g. interviews,
conversations, broadcasts) and reorganise
information and ideas in a different text type. And read written texts (e.g. extracts, advertisements,
letters) and reorganise
information and ideas in a different text type.

Produce a personal
response to a text focusing on real or imaginary experience.

Oral presentation.
or review.
or article.

Give expression to real or imaginary experience in written or spoken form

Journal entry.
or  personal account.
or short story.

Outcomes and assessment tasks for Units 3 and 4

OUTCOMES

TASKS

OUTCOMES

TASKS

Express ideas through the production of original texts.

A 250 word personal or imaginative written piece.

Analyse and use information from written texts.

A response to specific questions, messages or instructions, extracting and using information requested.

Analyse and use information from spoken texts.

A response to specific
questions, messages or instructions, extracting and
using information requested.

Respond critically to
spoken and written texts which reflect aspects of the language and culture
of the Slovenian-speaking communities.

A 250-300-word informative, persuasive or evaluative written
response, for example report, comparison or review and a three- to four-minute interview on an issue related to
texts studied.

Exchange information, opinions and experiences.

A three to four-minute role-play, focusing on the resolution of an issue

   

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Aleksandra Ceferin
Aleksandra Ceferin

Aleksandra Ceferin (M.A., B.A., Dip.Ed.) has introduced Slovenian language as a school subject in Australian school system and founded the Slovenian Teachers' Association of Victoria in 1976. She has extensive experience in language education: as teacher, lecturer, curriculum coordinator, course writer, language consultant and manager, VCE State Reviewer and Chief Examiner. Since 1998 she has been the President of ISSV and the manager and chief editor of its projects. Aleksandra visits Slovenian annually, establishing and maintaining contacts with Slovenia, and initiating exchanges and cooperation between organizations. In 2004 she was the recipient of the National Education Award of RS Slovenia.