Learning an Indigenous Language (KCIL5622)
UNIT OF STUDY
In order to teach an Indigenous language it is essential that the teacher has greater fluency than their students. This unit of study provides an opportunity for students to undertake study outside the degree program to develop their ability to speak an Australian language. Students may access courses offered by the University of Sydney, another tertiary institution, a TAFE college, school, community language centre, or similar. To obtain credit under this unit of study the external studies must be equivalent to 36 hours of face-to-face teaching and satisfy MILE staff regarding its standard and thoroughness. Students who are already fluent or cannot access an external unit in a language of their choosing should undertake KCIL5621 Research Project in Indigenous Languages as a means to enhance their skills.
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Further unit of study information
critical analysis and reflective journal x 5000wd
Faculty/department permission required?
Unit of study rules
Prerequisites and assumed knowledge
18 credit points, including KCIL5613
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