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SLOVENIAN CSF II COURSE OUTLINE 2002

PRIMARY LEVEL
Course developer: Sandi Ceferin from Institute for Slovenian Studies of Victoria Inc For: Victorian School of Languages

December 2002

SLOVENIAN CSF II COURSE OUTLINE 2002
PRIMARY LEVEL YEAR 1 - 6

THEMES
School Family Food My body Clothing Time Animals Our house Fairytales, myths and folktales Weather Seasons Celebrations

TOPICS
Level 1
Slovenian alphabet & numbers Greetings Fruit and vegetables My body In the wardrobe How to tell time At home The house Magical beings Weather and forecast Spring Christmas

Level 2
Classroom My family Breakfast The doctor In winter The calendar On the farm and in the forest Rooms in the house Folktales In autumn Growing in the garden Mother’s and farher’s day

Level 3
Classroom My family Food The doctor Clothes Night and day In the field In the kitchen Folktales In winter Summer holidays Easter

SLOVENIAN Theme: School Topic: Slovenian Alphabet and Numbers CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 1 Topic Length:3 weeks LANGUAGE ELEMENTS CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 1.1 (listening) Students: complete a matching exercise of words listed and labelling pictures by selecting from the word list Books Slovenščina - Jesen pp 15 - 56 RESOURCES

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

1.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of words & phrases by responding to questions & routine classroom instructions, using single words or very short phrases & by identifying objects & numbers 0 – 20 1.2 (speaking) Use words, phrases & 3 or 4 sentences in responses about self; in activities such as classroom routines, games, songs & chants; or to follow instructions

Alphabet Cluster 1 Students: • Listen to the teacher reading: the 25 letters of the Slovenian Alphabet, then the nouns starting with the letters, each noun has a picture of the object accompanying it • Repeat the words after the teacher • Respond to question of “What is this?” by identifying the object answering “This is…” • Complete a matching exercise of words listed and labelling pictures by selecting from the word list Cluster 2 Students: • Practice sentences routines with the nouns: using two adjectives: new, beautiful - asking,” What is the book like? The book is new, “The book is nice/beautiful.” • In pairs ask using the picture chart of the nouns read previously; “What is this? “This is…” • Sing a folk song in rounds “Sonce sije, dežek gre”, the class in divided into two groups • Read and practise recite different rhyming riddles about objects, ex,”Biba leze, biba gre…” “Bim bam, k masi zvoni, Tinca pa pride, mase pa ni.”

Grammar Nouns; genders, declension – nominative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns, nominative case Pronouns: personal, demonstrative Numerals: cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs to be, to have, to go Vocabulary Vocabulary of: fruit, flowers, animals, plants, food, clothes, musical instruments Text types Chart List Song Riddle

Enci benci na kamenci, p26ff

Slovenščina - Jesen p 41 1.2 (speaking) Students: respond to questions about given items Slovenske uganke

SLOVENIAN Theme: School Topic: Slovenian Alphabet and Numbers

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 1 Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 1.4 (writing) Trace words and phrases, or copy words, for example to label an illustration

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Numbers and Age Cluster 3 Students: • Listen to and read numbers from 1- 50 • Identify and write the correct number of objects in illustrations of varying numbers of objects • Complete charts and tables of numbers • Write their home telephone number • Write telephone numbers for emergencies, police, fire brigade • Write words and phrases for “How old are you? She is…of age” • Complete text by filling gaps about relatives’ age, using chart of people and respective ages Cluster 4 Students: • Listen to and read a short text about objects in a room, already read in the alphabet, and seen vocabulary list • match words and phrases in the text with illustrations Cluster 5 Students: • Write out all the letters of the Alphabet in a chart of captions with illustrations • Label illustrations with words read in previous activities • Select words from the vocabulary list compiled, and write lists according to categories of: people, plants, objects, animals

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – nominative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns, nominative case Pronouns: personal Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to be, to have, to see Vocabulary Vocabulary of: fruit, flowers, animals, plants, food, clothes, musical instruments Text types Chart List Song Riddle

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 1.3 (reading) Students: complete text by filling gaps about relatives’ age, using chart of people and respective ages

RESOURCES

Books Slovenščina - Jesen pp 63 – 68

1.3 (reading) Recognise single words or phrase in texts & provide key words in a class reading of a story students know well 1.4 (writing) Trace words and phrases, or copy words, for example to label an illustration

Slovenščina - Jesen pp 15 -56

1.4 (writing) Students: match words and phrases in the text with illustrations; select words from the vocabulary list compiled, and write lists according to categories of: people, plants, objects, animals

SLOVENIAN Theme: School Topic: Classroom

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 2 Topic Length: 3 weeks

2.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of single items of information, such as number, colour, name and location, through action, drawing, name, mime, drama, or by completing charts or responding to questions 2.2 (speaking) Respond to questions, state likes & dislikes, & provide simple information about self, friends, family, school & everyday topics (eg greetings, belongings, roll call, date, weather, birthday song. Objects, stating number) 2.3 (reading) Read words on label/captions & short phrases or sentences in a very well known text 2.4 ( writing) Write & spell correctly single words or phrases to complete a simple sentence, write a label or caption, or describe something, adapting a model

Cluster 1 Students: • Complete text, of their name, ”My name is…” • Respond to questions, “What is your name? What is your teacher’s name?” ”This is my friend…” • Respond to questions about objects in the classroom, complete a chart filling in missing letters of the names of the objects • Complete puzzle, colouring in hidden names of other students, selected from a list Cluster 2 Students: • Respond to questions about what is in the classroom • Respond to questions, about what students do at school; “I read, I write, I draw, I count, I play, I exercise,…” Cluster 3 Students: • Read and recite selected riddles from “Slovenske uganke” • Read aloud and recite poems about school “Ti loviš”, “Prvo leto” • Read text about what students do at school, what is in the schoolroom, the objects are described Cluster 4 Students: • Write names of objects in the classroom, • Write phrases describing the room, using a model

Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive, personal Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs to be, to have, to read

2.1 (listening) Students: respond to questions about objects in the classroom, complete a chart filling in missing letters of the names of the objects 2.2 (speaking) Students: respond to questions about what is in the classroom 2.3 (reading) Students: read aloud and recite poems about school “Ti loviš”, “Prvo leto” 2.4 ( writing) Students: Write names of objects in the classroom

Books Slovenščina Jesen p72, p90ff Zbirka dialogov in otroških iger 1, p8ff

Vocabulary About the schoolroom, school Text types Chart Puzzle Riddle Poem

SLOVENIAN Theme: School Topic: Classroom

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 3 Topic Length: weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 3.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of a text containing about 5 items of simple, factual information, answering questions, completing a grid or drawing, substituting words in a story or numbering pictures 3.2 (speaking) Make statements & ask simple questions to exchange greetings and personal information, participate in a classroom interaction, seek help, describe a friend, everyday object or event 3.3 (reading) Identify specific items of information in labels/captions, illustrated stories, poems or descriptions, & use the information to complete a task or text 3.4 (writing) Write a sequence of 3-4 short linked sentences based on a model to convey a personal message, record factual information or describe illustrations

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Listen to text describing schoolroom • Answer questions about where objects are in the room, fill in gaps in sentences • Select from jumbled words listed to complete text about schoolroom Cluster 2 Students: • Respond to questions “What do you see?” by describing the number of the school items; singular, dual, plural • Describe the objects; large, small, new, old Cluster 3 Students: • Read text aloud, dialogue of students in the classroom, answer questions about the dialogue • Write a list of objects stated in the dialogue, the names of the students • Read and recite the poem, “V šoli” by Josip Stritar • Read and recite selected riddles Cluster 4 Students: • Write sentences describing illustrations of objects in the classroom • Write a short dialogue based on texts read in class, using a model

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to be, to have, to look like Vocabulary About the schoolroom, school Text types Poem Dialogue Riddle

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 3.1 (listening) Students: answer questions about where objects are in the room, fill in gaps in sentences; select from jumbled words listed to complete text about schoolroom 3.2 (speaking) Students: answer questions about the dialogue; Respond to questions “What do you see?” 3.3 (reading) Students: recite the poem, “V soli” by Josip Stritar 3.4 (writing) Students: write a short dialogue based on texts read in class, using a model

RESOURCES

Books Slovenščina Jesen p97 Zbirka dialogov in otroških iger 1, p18ff

Slovenščina skozi sto letne čase, p73ff, p94ff Sončnica na rami, p32

SLOVENIAN Theme: Family Topic: Greetings CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 1 Topic Length: 3 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I

RESOURCES

1.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of words & phrases by responding to questions & routine classroom instructions, using single words or very short phrases & by identifying objects & numbers 0 – 20 1.2 (speaking) Use words, phrases & 3 or 4 sentences in responses about self; in activities such as classroom routines, games, songs & chants; or to follow instructions

Cluster 1 Students: • Listen and repeat every day greetings for: all times of the day; good morning, good day, good evening, good bye, good night • Read and practise routines of exchanging greetings, stating name, and age • Respond to teacher, and in pairs ask each other” Who are you?/I am …” “How are you?/ “I am well’ Names Cluster 2 Students: • Listen to phrases:” I am… “, he is…”, “she is…” then he is not…/he is, she isn’t…. “Who is this…?/This is…” Where is…/There is…There she is, There he is” • Repeat words and phrases after the teacher • Practise stating: who they are, asking the names of the other students • Listen to and practice reciting alphabet rhymes: M (Mačka), L (Ladja) by Dane Zajc • Sing well-known folk songs “Sem deklica mlada vesela” “Mi se imamo radi” “Moj očka ima konjička dva”

Grammar Nouns; genders, declension, nominative, accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to be, to have, to look like Adverbs: derived from adjectives Vocabulary Vocabulary of: greetings, greeting routines, introductions Text types Rhyme Song Conversation

1.1 (listening) Students: respond to questions, what is your name, how are you, what is your age?

Books Slovenščina – Jesen Dober dan Slovenščina pp 13- 18 Dane Zajc, Pesmi, pravljice, in igre za otroke Slovenske narodne pesmi Tristo narodnih

1.2 (speaking) Students: ask who they are, asking the names of the other students

SLOVENIAN Theme: Family Topic:

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 1 Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 1.3 (reading) Recognise single words or phrase in texts & provide key words in a class reading of a story students know well 1.4 (writing) Trace words and phrases, or copy words, for example to label an illustration

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns; genders, declension, nominative, accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to be, to have, to look like Adverbs: derived from adjectives Vocabulary Vocabulary of: greetings, greeting routines Text types Story List Cartoon

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 1.3 (reading) Students: identify characters in story by filling in sentences about the names of the characters

RESOURCES

Cluster 3 Students: • Read phrases and sentences about “Who is that?”/This is…” • Identify characters in story by filling in sentences about the names of the characters; are provided with a list of the words Cluster 4 Students: • Copy words and expressions of: greetings, “I am…” • Write a list of the names of students in the class • Label pictures of several students with names • Complete or copy words in the bubbles of a cartoon of a greetings exchange

Books Slovenščina - Jesen Dober dan, Slovenščina pp 13- 18

1.4 (writing) Students: complete or copy words in the bubbles of a cartoon of a greetings exchange

SLOVENIAN Theme: Family Topic: My Family

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 2 Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 2.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of single items of information, such as number, colour, name and location, through action, drawing, name, mime, drama, or by completing charts or responding to questions 2.2 (speaking) Respond to questions, state likes & dislikes, & provide simple information about self, friends, family, school & everyday topics (eg greetings, belongings, roll call, date, weather, birthday song. Objects, stating number)

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Respond to questions about text read about the members of the family; “Who is this?/This is my mother, my father…This is your mother, your father…” • Complete sentences accompanying pictures of members of the family • Complete a chart which has pictures with names of family members Cluster 2 Students: • Answer questions about the family described in text, with illustrations of each family member – indicating who it is “this is my mother, this is my father • Answer questions about: who they like “ I like my sister, brother, father” Do you have …?/I have a sister, brother, father, mother, aunt” • Answer questions about: how may people they see in different pictures of families • Sing a song about the family “Družina”

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to be, to have, to look like, to like Vocabulary Vocabulary of: family Text types Chart Dialogue Song

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 2.1 (listening) Students: complete sentences accompanying pictures of members of the family 2.2 (speaking) Students: answer questions about the family described in text 2.3 (reading) Students:

RESOURCES

Books Slovenščina – Jesen Dober dan, Slovenščina pp 13- 18

2.4 (writing) Students:

SLOVENIAN Theme: Family Topic: My Family

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 2 Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 2.3 (reading) Read words on label/captions & short phrases or sentences in a story very well known

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I

RESOURCES

Cluster 3 Students: • Read captions on pictures about members of a family • Read short text and phrases about a family and its members; their names, ages • Look at pictures of family and phrases about each member in the pictures Cluster 4 Students: • Write words from activities already completed: family members, their names, their ages • Using a model of a family tree, complete a illustrate their own family tree • Complete missing names of a dialogue about family members, using a model of a dialogue about the family members • Complete a description about a family, inserting correct words from a chart of words

2.4 (writing) Write & spell correctly single words or phrases to complete a simple sentence, write a label or caption, or describe something, adapting a model

Grammar Nouns; genders, declension, nominative, accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to be, to have, to look like Adverbs: derived from adjectives Vocabulary Vocabulary of: family Text types Chart Dialogue

2.3 (reading) Students: Look at pictures of family and phrases about each member in the pictures

Books Slovenščina – Jesen Dober dan, Slovenščina pp 13- 18

2.4 (writing) Students: Complete a description about a family, inserting correct words from a chart of words

SLOVENIAN Theme: Family Topic: My Family

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 3 Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 3.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of a text containing about 5 items of simple, factual information, answering questions, completing a grid or drawing, substituting words in a story or numbering pictures 3.2 (speaking) Make statements & ask simple questions to exchange greetings and personal information, participate in a classroom interaction, seek help, describe a friend, everyday object or event

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Are told about a family and what each member does at work, and likes to do at home • Read a short text about the family, its members, “Mojca pripoveduje” • Are asked questions about each member in the story; what does the mother do, the father, the children like to do • Complete sentences by filling missing names of members of family Hobbies Cluster 2 Students: • Practice routines; about describing family members my mother is …/my father is /I go to school/I am in …grade • Practice routines of which grade they go to; looking at numbers and expressions for different grades • Practice routines about what family members like to do at home; my mother likes to read, my father likes to listen to music, I like to play the guitar • participate in a role play, stating what they like to do at home • read a poem about playing Indians, I (Indijanec)

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to be, to have, to look like Vocabulary Vocabulary of: family, home, professions Text types Role play Poem

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I

RESOURCES

Books 3.1 (listening) Students: are asked questions about each member in the story; what does the mother do, the father, the children like to do 3.2 (speaking) Students: Practice routines; about describing family members my mother is …/my father is /I go to school/I am in …grade Dane Zajc, Pesmi, Pravljice, in igre za otroke, p 88 Slovenščina – Jesen Dober dan, Slovenščina pp 13- 18

SLOVENIAN Theme: Family Topic: My Family

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 3 Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 3.3 (reading) Identify specific items of information in labels/captions, illustrated stories, poems or descriptions, & use the information to complete a task or text 3.4 (writing) Write a sequence of 3-4 short linked sentences based on a model to convey a personal message, record factual information or describe illustrations

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to be, to have, to look like Vocabulary Vocabulary of: family, hobbies Text types List Message Profile

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 3.3 (reading) Students: complete sentences about the hobbies by filling in names of the hobbies

RESOURCES

Cluster 3 Students: • identify hobbies illustrated • label pictures of hobbies • write a list of hobbies • complete sentences about the hobbies by filling in names of the hobbies Cluster 4 Students: • Write a message of a few sentences about each member of the family, based on previous activities, using a model • Write a profile of the family; activites of each member at home, using a model

Books Slovenščina - Jesen Dober dan, Slovenščina pp 13- 18

3.4 (writing) Students: write a profile of the family; activites of each member at home, using a model

SLOVENIAN Theme: Food Topic: Fruit and vegetables CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 1.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of words & phrases by responding to questions & routine classroom instructions, using single words or very short phrases & by identifying objects & numbers 0 – 20 1.2 (speaking) Use words, phrases & 3 or 4 sentences in responses about self; in activities such as classroom routines, games, songs & chants; or to follow instructions

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 1 Topic Length: 3 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 1.1 (listening) Students: compile a list of foods according to alphabet

RESOURCES

Cluster 1 Students: • Look at pictures of fruits, vegetables • Listen to names of the fruits, vegetables • Repeat names of items, identify items using phrases “This is a …” • Practice sentences asking ”Who has…” “Do you have…” responding with affirmative/negative • Identify items looking at pictures, stating “This is…” • Identify how many fruits there are (1-10) • Compile a list of foods according to alphabet Colours Cluster 2 Students: • Practise sentences about who has the fruits, who likes which fruit • Practice sentences about the colour of the fruits • Practise sentences about the quality of the fruit; fresh, good, ripe, sweet, sour • Practise sentences about where the fruits grow, in the orchard, in the garden • Are asked about vegetables; answering in positive/negative • Learn and sing childrens’ rhyme about fruit:”Matija, matija, hruške prodaja”

Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs to be, to have, to look like Vocabulary Vocabulary is: fruit, vegetables Text types List Rhyme

Books Zbirka dialogov in otroskih iger 1, p8ff Enci beci na kamenci, p30

1.2 (speaking) Students: learn and sing childrens’ rhyme about fruit:”Matija, matija, hruške prodaja”

SLOVENIAN Theme: Food Topic: Fruit and vegetables

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 1 Topic Length:3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 1.3 (reading) Recognise single words or phrase in texts & provide key words in a class reading of a story students know well 1.4 (writing) Trace words and phrases, or copy words, for example to label an illustration

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to be, to have, to look like Vocabulary Vocabulary of: fruit, vegetables

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 1.3 (reading) Students: read aloud sentences about the colour of the fruit, the pear is yellow, the apple is red

RESOURCES

Cluster 3 Students: • Read the names of the fruits which label the pictures of the fruits • Read aloud practice sentences of who has the fruit, I have…, you have…,he has…, • Read aloud sentences about the colour of the fruit, the pear is yellow, the apple is red Cluster 4 Students: • Copy names of fruits, and vegetables • Label pictures of the fruits and vegetables • Match the word and the picture of the item • Compile a food alphabet Fruit salad • Select from list of fruits and write names of fruits for a fruit salad • Write number of how many of each fruit for a family

Books Slovenščina - Jesen

1.4 (writing) Students: compile a food alphabet, write names of fruits for a fruit salad, Label pictures of the fruits and vegetables

Text types List Label

SLOVENIAN Theme: Food Topic: Breakfast

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 2 Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 2.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of single items of information, such as number, colour, name and location, through action, drawing, name, mime, drama, or by completing charts or responding to questions 2.2 (speaking) Respond to questions, state likes & dislikes, & provide simple information about self, friends, family, school & everyday topics (eg greetings, belongings, roll call, date, weather, birthday song. Objects, stating number) label or caption, or describe something, adapting a model

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS For Breakfast Cluster 1 Students: • Look at pictures of foods for breakfast • Identify breakfast foods, solids, liquids • Label a picture of a breakfast • Draw,identify, label breakfast foods • Draw,identify, label utensils; bowl, glass, plate, spoon, etc Cluster 2 Students: • Answer questions about what is on the breakfast table • Reply how many there are of; plates, bowls, cups in pictures • Answer what they have had for breakfast • Learn and sing children’s rhyme about bread: “Peter pece hleba dva,…”

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: locative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: demonstrative, Numerals: cardinal Verbs: I like, to eat, to drink, Prepositions: locative case Vocabulary Vocabulary of: foods, breakfast Text types Label Rhyme

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 2.1 (listening) Students: Draw, identify, label breakfast foods, utensils; bowl, glass, plate, spoon, etc 2.2 (speaking) Students: answer questions about what is on the breakfast table, reply how many there are of; plates, bowls, cups in pictures

RESOURCES

Books Enci beci na kamenci

SLOVENIAN Theme: Food Topic: Breakfast

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 2 Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I

RESOURCES

2.3 (reading) Read words on label/captions & short phrases or sentences in a very well known

2.4 ( writing) Write & spell correctly single words or phrases to complete a simple sentence, write a label or caption, or describe something, adapting a model

In the Kitchen Cluster 3 Students: • Read short captions about what is in the kitchen, what is on the breakfast; table: describing each breakfast item • Read short sentences: based on dialogue • The plate is on the table, the spoon is on the table, the glass is on the table,… Cluster 4 Students: • Look at picture of kitchen: copy words which label contents of kitchen • Identify what is in kitchen: stove, sink, refrigerator, kettle, pot, cupboard, table, chair • label picture of kitchen • draw a picture, or plan of kitchen , labelling the items in kitchen

Grammar Nouns: locative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: demonstrative, Numerals: cardinal Verbs: I like, to eat, to drink, Prepositions: locative case Vocabulary Vocabulary of: foods, breakfast

2.3 (reading) Students: read short captions about what is in the kitchen, what is on the breakfast; table: describing each breakfast item

Books Sonja in Peter se ucita slovensko 1

Text types Dialogue Label Rhyme

2.4 ( writing) Students: draw a picture, or plan of kitchen , labelling the items in kitchen

SLOVENIAN Theme: Food Topic: Dinner

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 3 Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 3.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of a text containing about 5 items of simple, factual information, answering questions, completing a grid or drawing, substituting words in a story or numbering pictures 3.2 (speaking) Make statements & ask simple questions to exchange greetings and personal information, participate in a classroom interaction, seek help, describe a friend, everyday object or event 3.3 (reading) Identify specific items of information in labels/captions, illustrated stories, poems or descriptions, & use the information to complete a task or text 3.4 (writing) Write a sequence of 3-4 short linked sentences based on a model to convey a personal message, record factual information or describe illustrations

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: Adjectives: Pronouns: Numerals: Verbs: to drink, to eat, to bring, to cook, to bake Vocabulary Vocabulary of: food, describing food

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I

RESOURC ES

Cluster 1 Students: • look at and listen to words captioned in picture of the dinner table and food • fill in blank captions of foods, match names of foods, with pictures • respond to questions about dinner foods depicted in pictures; “What is this? This is”‘ Cluster 2 Students: • are asked, “What is for dinner? What is on the table?” • Respond with names of dishes, salad, soup, rice, potatoes, chicken • Choose for dessert; cake, ice-cream, chocolate, fruit salad etc • State what they like to have for dinner, using a model of interview Cluster 3 Students: • Read short sentences aloud about foods for dinner. • Read the captions aloud, indicating the names of the foods, dishes for dinner • Read aloud a text about an illustrated menu for dinner Cluster 4 Students: • Fill in captions of names of dishes for a dinner • Fill in missing words of text, which are the names of foods for a dinner • Write a menu of three meals for the day • Plan a day’s food, including snack for morning, afternoon chart • Write a description of a meal, as a diary entry

3.1 (listening) Students: respond to questions about dinner foods depicted in pictures; “What is this? This is”‘ 3.2 (speaking) Students: read aloud a text about an illustrated menu for dinner 3.3 (reading) Students: read aloud a text about an illustrated menu for dinner 3.4 (writing) Students: write a description of a meal, based on a model, as a telephone message

Books

Text types Interview Menu Diary entry

SLOVENIAN Theme: My Body Topic: My body CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 1.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of words & phrases by responding to questions & routine classroom instructions, using single words or very short phrases & by identifying objects & numbers 0 – 20 1.2 (speaking) Use words, phrases & 3 or 4 sentences in responses about self; in activities such as classroom routines, games, songs & chants; or to follow instructions

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 1 Topic Length: 2 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 1.1 (listening) Students: name own face or a friend’s face, different body parts

RESOURCES

Cluster 1 Students: • Are introduced to the parts of the face, the head, the body, orally, vocabulary modelled by the teacher • Are asked and respond to name own face or a friend’s face, different body parts • In pairs ask each other “What is this?” indicating feature of the face, the body Listening games • Listen and follow directions of teacher “Touch your head, nose, elbow, knee • “Read elbow game” teacher states “red elbow” and the students place elbows on something red • “Body Match Partners” students move around classroom, stop on signal, listen to instruction, when teacher states “hands”, student runs to a partner, and each both make contact with the hand Slovenian Children’s Finger games Cluster 2 Students: • Learn Slovenian names of the fingers • Learn various chants played with fingers

Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to be, to have, to look like, to touch, to see Vocabulary Vocabulary of: body, colours Text types Games Chants

Books Dober dan, slovenščina Beginning ESL Slovenske otroške prstne igre SlovenianFinger Games

1.2 (speaking) Students: learn Slovenian names of the fingers, learn various chants played with fingers

SLOVENIAN Theme: My Body Topic: My Body

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 1 Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 1.3 (reading) Recognise single words or phrase in texts & provide key words in a class reading of a story students know well 1.4 (writing) Trace words and phrases, or copy words, for example to label an illustration

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to be, to have, to look like, to touch, to see Vocabulary Vocabulary of: body, colours Text types Label List

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 1.3 (reading) Students: Provide missing letters of names of body parts completing words

RESOURCES

Cluster 3 Students: • Repeat and read words aloud, simple phrases about the body; this is the arm, neck, leg…” • Provide missing letters of names of body parts – completing words

Books Dober dan, slovenščina

Cluster 4 Students: • Label a picture of a face, body, copying words • Cut and paste words onto a picture • Compile a word list for the face, for the body • Copy short phrases about the body; this is the head, this is the hand…

1.4 (writing) Students: Label a picture of a face, body, copying words

SLOVENIAN Theme: My Body Topic: The Doctor

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 2 Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 2.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of single items of information, such as number, colour, name and location, through action, drawing, name, mime, drama, or by completing charts or responding to questions 2.2 (speaking) Respond to questions, state likes & dislikes, & provide simple information about self, friends, family, school & everyday topics (eg greetings, belongings, roll call, date, weather, birthday song. Objects, stating number)

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I

RESOURCES

Cluster 1 Students: • Look at picture of boy in bed who is unwell, look at pictures of medicines, doctor’s equipment • listen to description of him, and symptoms - short phrases listen to expressions about: • my head hurts, stomach, throat, this is the doctor, he a thermometer, stethascope, bag, medicine, tablets • complete chart of medical items Cluster 2 Students: • Answer questions about the picture of the boy ill in bed • Answer questions “What hurts? the throat, the head, knee”, using model sentences Cluster 3 Students: • Read captions aloud of a picture of boy who has a cold, and a temperature • Read short phrases describing pictures. Cluster 4 Students: • Copy labels of pictures of medicines, symptoms, illnesses • Copy short sentences that accompany cartoon • Describe illness selecting model short sentences.

Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to be, to have, to look like, to touch, to see Vocabulary Vocabulary of: body, health Text types Label Chart List

2.1 (listening) Students: complete chart of medical items 2.2 (speaking) Students: answer questions “What hurts? the throat, the head, knee”, using model sentences 2.3 (reading) Students:

Books Sonja in Peter 2 Otroi radi beremo

2.4 (writing) Students:

Theme: My Body Topic: The Doctor

CSF II Level: 3 Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 3.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of a text containing about 5 items of simple, factual information, answering questions, completing a grid or drawing, substituting words in a story or numbering pictures 3.2 (speaking) Make statements & ask simple questions to exchange greetings and personal information, participate in a classroom interaction, seek help, describe a friend, everyday object or event 3.3 (reading) Identify specific items of information in labels/captions, illustrated stories, poems or descriptions, & use the information to complete a task or text 3.4 (writing) Write a sequence of 3-4 short linked sentences based on a model to convey a personal message, record factual information or describe illustrations

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I

RESOURCES

Cluster 1 Students: • Read new vocabulary and the text about Matjažz and the doctor’s visit • Fill in missing words of captions which illustrate the story. The words are placed next to text, are jumbled • Select phrases, to complete text of a story Cluster 2 Students: • practice questions and answers; teacher models and points to part of body; for response; my head hurts, my arm hurts • are asked about pictures; responding either:Yes/no, he is ill, not il Cluster 3 Students: • Read role play “Peter is ill in bed” • Read and recite poems “Bolna Muca”, “Medvedek se petvarja” • Read a play, recite and perform it • Read dialogues; fill in missing words; words are listed beside the text) • Complete missing phrases of a dialogue to complete the text Cluster 4 Students: • Describe the illustrations of the story • Use the sentences already read as a model • Write a letter to a relative or friend about being ill, (describing the illness)

Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to be, to have, to look like, to touch, to see Vocabulary Vocabulary of: body, colours Text types Label List

3.1 (listening) Students: select phrases, to complete text of a story 3.2 (speaking) Students: practice questions and answers about parts of the body, what hurts 3.3 (reading) Students: complete missing phrases of a dialogue to complete the text 3.4 (writing) Students: write a letter to a relative or friend about being ill, (describing the illness)

Books Dober dan slovenščina

SLOVENIAN Theme: Clothing Topic: In the Wardrobe CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 1.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of words & phrases by responding to questions & routine classroom instructions, using single words or very short phrases & by identifying objects & numbers 0 – 20 1.2 (speaking) Use words, phrases & 3 or 4 sentences in responses about self; in activities such as classroom routines, games, songs & chants; or to follow instructions 1.3 (reading) Recognise single words or phrase in texts & provide key words in a class reading of a story students know well 1.4 (writing) Trace words and phrases, or copy words, for example to label an illustration

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 1 Topic Length: 2 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 1.1 (listening) Students: identify clothes in pictures, and what they are wearing 1.2 (speaking) Students: respond to questions, what they are wearing, Respond to questions colours are the clothes 1.3 (reading) Students: read names of clothes, description of clothes, sentences “I have…” 1.4 (writing) Students: complete a chart, clothing diary, writing and illustrating clothes they wear each day of the week

RESOURCES

Cluster 1 Students: • Look at pictures of clothes in a wardrobe • Identify clothes in pictures, and what they are wearing • Are asked what are they wearing Listening games ‘Who is wearing…?” Teacher names item of clothing, the student stands up/puts up hand if they are wearing it “Clothing colours” Teacher names a colour and item of clothing Cluster 2 Students: • Are provided with labelled pictures of clothes • Are asked what they are wearing • Are asked colours of clothes • Learn - Riddle “Imam klobuk, a se nikoli ne odkrijem” (goba) Cluster 3 Students: • Read aloud, names of clothes, description of clothes, sentences “I have…” Cluster 4 Students: • Read, copy the words, illustrate with clothes they wear • Complete a chart, clothing diary, writing and illustrating clothes they wear each day of the week

Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs – to wear, to put on, to have Vocabulary Vocabulary of: clothing, colours, days of the week Text types Label Riddle Chart Diary

Books Dober dan, slovenščina pp105ff

SLOVENIAN Theme: Clothes Topic: In Winter

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 2 Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 2.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of single items of information, such as number, colour, name and location, through action, drawing, name, mime, drama, or by completing charts or responding to questions 2.2 (speaking) Respond to questions, state likes & dislikes, & provide simple information about self, friends, family, school & everyday topics (eg greetings, belongings, roll call, date, weather, birthday song. Objects, stating number) 2.3 (reading) Read words on label/captions & short phrases or sentences in a very well known text 2.4 ( writing) Write & spell correctly single words or phrases to complete a simple sentence, write a label or caption, or describe something, adapting a model

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Look at the pictures of winter clothes, pronounce names of each item, read descriptions of each item the colour, number • Complete a chart of writing in the names of items, which are read aloud by the teacher • Answer questions of “What is this? What colour is…?” Cluster 2 Students: • Respond to questions “What is this?” ‘What is in the wardrobe, what is hanging?” teacher indicating item in pictures, or items brought to class • Respond to questions on how many items there are (groups of varying numbers of an item of clothing are shown) Cluster 3 Students: • Repeat aloud names of clothes, state what is in the pictures • Read and recite poems “Kje je copatek? Levem čevlju” Cluster 4 Students: • Write words of clothing items, illustrate picture, label clothed student • Write a description of the clothes; colour, where located - in wardrobe, in the room, who is wearing the clothes, using models provided of a conversation about what is in the wardrobe

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs – to wear, to put on, to have Vocabulary Vocabulary of: clothing Text types Chart Poem Label Conversation

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 2.1 (listening) Students: answer questions of “What is this? What colour is…?” 2.2 (speaking) Students: respond to questions “What is this?” ‘What is in the wardrobe, what is hanging?” 2.3 (reading) Students: repeat aloud names of clothes, state what is in the pictures 2.4 (writing) Students: Write a description of the clothes; colour, where located - in wardrobe, in the room, who is wearing the clothes, using models provided

RESOURCES

Books Sonja in Peter 1 pp 56-61 Dober dan, slovenscina pp105ff

Theme: Clothes Topic: Clothes

CSF II Level: 3 Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 3.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of a text containing about 5 items of simple, factual information, answering questions, completing a grid or drawing, substituting words in a story or numbering pictures 3.2 (speaking) Make statements & ask simple questions to exchange greetings and personal information, participate in a classroom interaction, seek help, describe a friend, everyday object or event 3.3 (reading) Identify specific items of information in labels/captions, illustrated stories, poems or descriptions, & use the information to complete a task or text 3.4 (writing) Write a sequence of 3-4 short linked sentences based on a model to convey a personal message, record factual information or describe illustrations

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Are introduced to verbs “I wear” “I dress”, clothes, shoes”; noting the different verbs for putting on footwear, taking on and off • Read text about wearing clothes in Winter • Insert words, while text is read aloud, names of the clothes, list is provided beneath the written text Cluster 2 Students: • Respond to questions about: what one will dress, which shoes are being put on, taking off, what one is wearing • Describe, respond to questions about what the other students are wearing Cluster 3 Students: • Read short phrases describing pictures • Read and recite poem “Rak” Cluster 4 Students: • Complete crossword puzzle about clothes • Write short sentences describing the illustrations depicting clothes • Write account of what their friend is wearing

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to wear, to put on, to have Vocabulary Vocabulary: of clothing Text types Poem Crossword puzzle Account

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 3.1 (listening) Students: insert words, while text is read aloud, names of the clothes, list is provided beneath the written text 3.2 (speaking) Students: describe, respond to questions about what the other students are wearing 3.3 (reading) Students: read and recite poem “Rak” 3.4 (writing) Students: write account of what their friend is wearing

RESOURCES

Books Peter in Sonja 1, p51 ff Dober dan, slovenščina pp105ff

SLOVENIAN Theme: Time Topic: How to tell the time? CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 1 Topic Length: 2 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I

RESOURCES

1.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of words & phrases by responding to questions & routine classroom instructions, using single words or very short phrases & by identifying objects & numbers 0-20 1.2 (speaking) Use words, phrases & 3 or 4 sentences in responses about self; in activities such as classroom routines, games, songs & chants; or to follow instructions 1.3 (reading) Recognise single words or phrase in texts & provide key words in a class reading of a story students know well 1.4 (writing) Trace words and phrases, or copy words, for example to label an illustration

Cluster 1 Students: • Listen and look at words about: types of clocks, watches, repeat words describing a watch • Identify the different types of clocks from pictures • Are shown time, for each hour, practice identifying the time of each hour • Respond to questions about the time Cluster 2 Students: • Respond to question “What is this”, looking at pictures, and captions, stating, type of clock • Sing song “Tika - tika” by Janez Bitenc • Sing chants “Tika taka, dva vojaka,” “Ura je osem…” Cluster 3 Students: • Read the time, written next to diagram of clock faces • Read and recite riddle about the clock by Oton Župančič (Dober dan slovenščina, p58) Cluster 4 Students: • Copy the phrases for “the time is…” • Copy the words for the different time pieces, labelling illustrations, and copy the pictures • Copy riddle by Oton Župančič illustrate it

Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, to be, to have Adverbs: interrogative quantity Vocabulary Vocabulary of: Time and clocks Language functions: Inquiring about time Text types Chart Song Chants Diagram Riddle

1.1 (listening) Students: respond to questions about the time 1.2 (speaking) Students: respond to questions about the time 1.3 (reading) Students: read and recite riddle about the clock by Oton Župančič 1.4 (writing) Students: copy the words for the different time pieces, copy riddle by Oton Župančič illustrate it

Books Učimo se slovensko 2 Dober dan slovenščina, p58ff Enci benci na kamenci, p54

SLOVENIAN Theme: Time Topic: The Calendar

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 2 Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 2.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of single items of information, such as number, colour, name and location, through action, drawing, name, mime, drama, or by completing charts or responding to questions 2.2 (speaking) Respond to questions, state likes & dislikes, & provide simple information about self, friends, family, school & everyday topics (eg greetings, belongings, roll call, date, weather, birthday song. Objects, stating number) 2.3 (reading) Read words on label/captions & short phrases or sentences in a very well known 2.4 ( writing) Write & spell correctly single words or phrases to complete a simple sentence, write a label or caption, or describe something, adapting a model

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I

RESOURCES

Cluster 1 Students: • Look at chart of calendar, months of the year, days of the week • Read names of the months • Complete a chart of months, days of the week • Label chart of months with matching Old Slovenian names of the year Cluster 2 Students: • Sing folk-song about Spring “Lepo je…” • Respond to questions about the months; which is first month, etc Cluster 3 Students: • Read names of months aloud, stating their ordinal number, January is the first month, etc • Read “Meseci v letu” poem about each month • Read sentences about the months, how many days has each month • Read chart of days of the week, sentences stating the order of the days, Monday is the first day, “Prvi dan v tednu je ponedeljek…” Cluster 4 Students • Write the days of the week, months • Fill in missing words of sentences about the first day of week, second day etc, • Label a cartoon with days of the week in captions.

Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case, locative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: interrogative Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present and past tenses, to be, to have Adverbs: interrogative quantity Vocabulary Vocabulary of: time, dates Language functions: Inquiring about time, dates Text types Charts Folk-songs Poems Cartoon

2.1 (listening) Students: complete a chart of months, days of the week 2.2 (speaking Students: respond to questions about the months; which is first month 2.3 (reading) Students: read chart of days of the week, sentences stating the order of the days, Monday is the first day 2.4 (writing) Students: fill in missing words of sentences about days of the week

Books Slovenscina skozi letne case,zima pp83-150

Theme: Time Topic: Night and day

CSF II Level: 3 Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 3.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of a text containing about 5 items of simple, factual information, answering questions, completing a grid or drawing, substituting words in a story or numbering pictures 3.2 (speaking) Make statements & ask simple questions to exchange greetings and personal information, participate in a classroom interaction, seek help, describe a friend, everyday object or event

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Label story “Metkin Dan” with phrase listed, number pictures of the story • Select appropriate words from list to complete an illustrated story about the day’s events, with times shown • Answer questions about a story Cluster 2 Students: • Read and practice stating the time, half the hour, • Answer questions when do you get up, when do you sleep • Exchange information when they get up, when they go to school, watch television, have dinner Proverbs • Read and recite proverbs about time: “Rana ura, zlata ura, Ura zamujena,ne vrne se nobena”. Poems • Read and recite poem “Jaz in ura” • Read and recite the renown Ciciban poem by Oton Župančič,” Ciciban posluša očetovo uro”

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present and past tenses, to be, to have Adverbs: interrogative quantity Vocabulary Vocabulary of: time, dates Language functions: Inquiring about time Text types Story Proverb Poem

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 3.1 (listening) Students: answer questions about a story 3.2 (speaking) Students: answer questions when do you get up, when do you sleep

RESOURCES

Books Slovenščina skozi letne caše, zima pp 137-150 teacher generated materials

SLOVENIAN Theme: Time Topic: Night and day

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 3 Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I

RESOURCES

3.3 (reading) Identify specific items of information in labels/captions, illustrated stories, poems or descriptions, & use the information to complete a task or text 3.4 (writing) Write a sequence of 3-4 short linked sentences based on a model to convey a personal message, record factual information or describe illustrations

Cluster 3 Students: • Read illustrated story about a day’s events • Use phrases provided and complete captions for a story Cluster 4 Students: • describe illustrations of a story, using phrases already presented, and time expressions used • write an account of the time of the days events, using the model provided

Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, to be, to have Adverbs: interrogative quantity Vocabulary Vocabulary of: time, dates Language functions: Inquiring about time Text types Story Account

3.3 (reading) Students: use phrases provided and complete captions for a story 3.4 (writing) Students: write an account of the time of the days events, using the model provided

Books Sončnica na rami p 83ff

SLOVENIAN Theme: Animals Topic: At home CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 1.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of words & phrases by responding to questions & routine classroom instructions, using single words or very short phrases & by identifying objects & numbers 0- 20 1.2 (speaking) Use words, phrases & 3 or 4 sentences in responses about self; in activities such as classroom routines, games, songs & chants; or to follow instructions 1.3 (reading) Recognise single words or phrase in texts & provide key words in a class reading of a story students know well 1.4 (writing) Trace words and phrases, or copy words, for example to label an illustration

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 1 Topic Length:3 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 1.1 (listening) Students: identity the animals, responding to question, “what is this?” are asked about their colours, how many there are 1.2 (speaking) Students: state names of the animals seen in pictures, at home, in the zoo, Africa, in the forest 1.3 (reading) Students: read words and sentences aloud, about the animals, read or recite a poem 1.4 (writing) Students: label pictures of animals, the words and phrases about the animals looked at

RESOURCES

At home, and around the world Cluster 1 Students: • Look at pictures of animals, with short sentences, name and descriptions • Look at animals around the world, in the desert, jungle, at home • Read the words and phrases about the animals, • Identity the animals, responding to question, “what is this?” are asked about their colours, how many there are Cluster 2 Students: • State names, and colours of the animals seen in pictures, at home, in the zoo, Africa, in the forest • Sing traditional Slovenian childrens’ rhymes “Ring a ringa raja, muca pa nagaja,” • Sing and learn several chants about animals ex; “An ban, pet podgan, štiri miši, v uh me piši…”‘ • Sing song “Cinca binca” by Janez Bitenc • play animal –related Slovenian games with fingers Cluster 3 Students: • Read words and sentences aloud, about the animals • Read and recite poem” M (Mačka)” by Dane Zajc Cluster 4 Students: • Trace, the words and phrases about the animals looked at • Illustrate and label pictures of animals • Illustrate: a song, chant, poem copied

Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, to be, to have Adverbs: interrogative – quantity Vocabulary Vocabulary of:animals, Text types Rhyme Chant Song Poem

Books Peter in Sonja 1 p34ff Kvinte kvante, p6ff,p86ff Pesmi, Pravljice, in Igre za otroke, p92 Poj z menoj p28 Slovenske otroške prstne igre

SLOVENIAN Theme: Animals Topic: On the Farm, and the Forest

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 2 Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 2.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of single items of information, such as number, colour, name and location, through action, drawing, name, mime, drama, or by completing charts or responding to questions 2.2 (speaking) Respond to questions, state likes & dislikes, & provide simple information about self, friends, family, school & everyday topics (eg greetings, belongings, roll call, date, weather, birthday song. Objects, stating number) 2.3 (reading) Read words on label/captions & short phrases or sentences in a very well known text 2.4 ( writing) Write & spell correctly single words or phrases to complete a simple sentence, write a label or caption, or describe something, adapting a model

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Listen to, read short text about animals on the farm, animals in Slovenia • Respond to question “What do you see/hear?” • Learn about the sounds made by animals; repeat the sounds • Name the animals by filling in captions, fill in sentences, using a word list Cluster 2 Students: • Are asked about numbers of animals, respond by giving the number of animals shown • Are asked “What do you see? Responding “I see…”, • Perform a play a short role-play • Learn finger games, “Miška kaško kuha” Cluster 3 Students: • read and recite poems “V rabci in strašilo” by Oton Župančič, with attention to the sounds made by the swallows “civ,civ…” “Naša bela mačica” by Srečko Kosovel Cluster 4 Students: • Write words, completing sentences about the animals, use model of text already read, words provided in a list

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, to be, to see Adverbs: interrogative – quantity Vocabulary Vocabulary of:animals Text types List Play Game Poem

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 2.1 (listening) Students: name the animals by filling in captions, fill in sentences, using a word list 2.2 (speaking) Students: are asked about numbers of animals, respond by giving the number of animals shown 2.3 (reading) Students: read and recite poems 2.4 writing) Students: write words, completing sentences about the animals

RESOURCES

Books Sončnica na rami, p60, p191, p200 Nace ima dolge tace, p17ff

SLOVENIAN Theme: Animals Topic :In the field

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 3 Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 3.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of a text containing about 5 items of simple, factual information, answering questions, completing a grid or drawing, substituting words in a story or numbering pictures 3.2 (speaking) Make statements & ask simple questions to exchange greetings and personal information, participate in a classroom interaction, seek help, describe a friend, everyday object or event

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Read short texts about the squirrel/cat/mouse, (colours are given) • Substitute words in the story • Respond to questions about the story Cluster 2 Students: • Are asked questions about the animal they see, the diagram, pictures • Count animals in the illustrations (singular and plural) • Read short story about three cats, perform it “Sosedove muce” • Respond to questions about the story • Read, respond to questions about the plays and perform plays “Katera žival je to?”, “Ob gozdu…” • Read and sing folk song “Lepo mi poje črni kos?”

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, Adverbs: interrogative quantity Vocabulary Vocabulary of:animals Text types Rhyme Chant Song Poem

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 3.1 (listening) Students: respond to questions about the story 3.2 (speaking) Students: read, respond to questions about the plays and perform plays “Katera zival je to?”, “Ob gozdu…”

RESOURCES

Books Otroci radi beremo p44ff Peter in Sonja se učita 2, p, 56, p76ff Zbirka dialogov in otroških iger, p105ff

SLOVENIAN Theme: Topic:

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 3 Topic Length: weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 3.3 (reading) Identify specific items of information in labels/captions, illustrated stories, poems or descriptions, & use the information to complete a task or text 3.4 (writing) Write a sequence of 3-4 short linked sentences based on a model to convey a personal message, record factual information or describe illustrations

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 3 Students: • Look at picture of the field, identify the animals there • Label the field picture • Read, identify the animals in poem, and recite “Naša bela mačica”by Srečko Kosovel, “Žabe” ,” Ciciban in cebela”by Oton Župančič • Read and recite poem “Krokodili” by Niko Grafenauer • Read and perform the play “Vrabec in letalo” • Read and recite rhymes “Dve psenicki, dve poticki”, • “Ena čebela…” Cluster 4 Students: • Describe illustrations given, indicating which animals are depicted, using texts given as model • Describe a cat, using text given (include its colour)

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, Adverbs: interrogative – quantity Vocabulary Vocabulary of: animals Text types Poem Play Rhyme Story

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 3.3 (reading) Students: read and recite poems, plays 3.4 (writing) Students: describe illustrations given, indicating which animals are depicted, using texts given as model

RESOURCES

Books Sončnica na rami, p387 Enci, benci, na kamenci, p66ff

SLOVENIAN Theme: Our House Topic : The House CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 1.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of words & phrases by responding to questions & routine classroom instructions, using single words or very short phrases & by identifying objects & numbers 0-20 1.2 (speaking) Use words, phrases & 3 or 4 sentences in responses about self; in activities such as classroom routines, games, songs & chants; or to follow instructions 1.3 (reading) Recognise single words or phrase in texts & provide key words in a class reading of a story students know well 1.4 (writing) Trace words and phrases, or copy words, for example to label an illustration

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 1 Topic Length: 3 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I

RESOURCES

Cluster 1 Students: • Look at a house, diagram of house, Identify rooms of house • Respond to questions about rooms of house,” What is this? Who is in the room?” • Select members of the family, state which room they are in Cluster 2 Students: • Sing chants Ena, dva - smo doma!” “Ena, dva, tri - Gregor naš že spi” • Name the different rooms of the house, looking at the chart of house plan • Respond to questions “Where is mother, father, sister?” Cluster 3 Students: • Read aloud the names of the room, read a description of the house • Name the parts of a house Cluster 4 Students: • Copy the names of rooms, label a plan of a house • Draw a house, label it • Draw family members in a room, label their names • Copy the chants learnt

Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case, locative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs to be, to have Vocabulary Vocabulary of: family, house Text types Diagram Chant Label

1.1 (listening) Students: respond to questions about rooms of house,” What is this? Who is in the room?” 1.2 (speaking) Students: respond to questions “Where is mother, father, sister?” 1.3 (reading) Students: read description of the house 1.4 (writing) Students: copy the names of rooms, label a plan of a house

Books Peter in Sonja 1, p28ff Nace ima dolge tace,pp24ff

SLOVENIAN Theme: The House Topic: Rooms

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 2 Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 2.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of single items of information, such as number, colour, name and location, through action, drawing, name, mime, drama, or by completing charts or responding to questions 2.2 (speaking) Respond to questions, state likes & dislikes, & provide simple information about self, friends, family, school & everyday topics 2.3 (reading) Read words on label/captions & short phrases or sentences in a very well known text 2.4 ( writing) Write & spell correctly single words or phrases to complete a simple sentence, write a label or caption, or describe something, adapting a model

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case, locative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: personal, possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to be, to have, to live at Vocabulary Vocabulary of: house, furniture Text types Label Poem Play Diagram

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I

RESOURCES

Cluster 1 Students: • Read text describing the living room, text is illustrated, furniture labelled • Complete chart listing what is in the room • Respond to questions about what is in the room, “In the room is…” • Label picture of living room, selecting from list of words Cluster 2 Students: • Respond to questions about in which room are items of furniture “Where is the table? In the dining room” “Do you have a couch? Yes, I have a couch.” • Respond to questions; What is in the living room, the kitchen? Looking at illustrated picture of the room • Chant children’s rhymes, selected from Kvinte kvante, “Pet otrok pri hisi, cvilijo kot misi…” • Sing lullaby “ Uspavanka” by Vida Jerajeva • Read and recite poems about the house, selected from “Soncnica na rami”, “Prvo berilo”, “Kje stanujes, mala miska” Cluster 3 Students: • Read text about what is in the living room, which accompanies the picture • Read a perform role-play based on the texts read Cluster 4 Students: • Complete sentences about the rooms, filling in missing words • Label a diagram of a house • Label a plan of their living room

2.1 (listening) Students: respond to questions about what is in the room, “In the room is…” 2.2 (speaking) Students: respond to questions about in which room are items of furniture 2.3 (reading) Students: read text about what is in the living room 2.4 ( writing) Students: complete sentences about the rooms, filling in missing words

Books Peter in Sonja 1, p33 Dober dan, slovenščina, p132ff Kvinet kvante Sončnica na rami p370ff Prvo berilo, p74ff

SLOVENIAN Theme: The House Topic: In the Kitchen

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 3 Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 3.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of a text containing about 5 items of simple, factual information, answering questions, completing a grid or drawing, substituting words in a story or numbering pictures 3.2 (speaking) Make statements & ask simple questions to exchange greetings and personal information, participate in a classroom interaction, seek help, describe a friend, everyday object or event 3.3 (reading) Identify specific items of information in labels/captions, illustrated stories, poems or descriptions, & use the information to complete a task or text 3.4 (writing) Write a sequence of 3-4 short linked sentences based on a model to convey a personal message, record factual information or describe illustrations

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to be, to have, to eat, to wash, to clean, to help Vocabulary Vocabulary: house,meals Text types Play Chant Rhyme Poem

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 3.1 (listening) Students: read text, read words of items on the table, include eating lunch, washing dishes, helping 3.2 (speaking) Students:read dialogue, and are asked about items in the kitchen 3.3 (reading) Students: read and recite poem “Vrata” by Dane Zajc 3.4 (writing) Students: write a description of table setting, or what is in the kitchen, or a dialogue about the family at the breakfast table, using a model

RESOURCES

Cluster 1 Students: • Read text about the kitchen, eating in the kitchen • Insert missing words of written text • Read text, read words of items on the table, include eating lunch, washing dishes, helping Cluster 2 Students: • Look at pictures of set table, respond to questions about what is on the table • Read dialogue, and are asked about items in the kitchen Cluster 3 Students: • Read and perform role play “kosilo/južina” • Complete sentences based on the text • Sing chants, children’s rhymes “Mati kuha štrukle bele…” • Read and recite poem “Vrata” by Dane Zajc Cluster 4 Students: • Write a description of table setting, or what is in the kitchen • Write a dialogue about the family at the breakfast table, using a model

Books Peter in Sonja 1, pp23 Dober dan, slovenščina, p132ff Kvinte kvante, p69ff Sončnica na rami p306 Prvo berilo, p74ff Zbirka dialogov in otroških iger p56 Nace ima dolge tace, p80ff

SLOVENIAN Theme: Fairytales, myths and folktales Topic: Magical Beings CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 1.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of words & phrases by responding to questions & routine classroom instructions, using single words or very short phrases & by identifying objects & numbers 0 - 20 1.2 (speaking) Use words, phrases & 3 or 4 sentences in responses about self; in activities such as classroom routines, games, songs & chants; or to follow instructions 1.3 (reading) Recognise single words or phrase in texts & provide key words in a class reading of a story students know well 1.4 (writing) Trace words and phrases, or copy words, for example to label an illustration

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 1 Topic Length: 2 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 1.1 (listening) Students: select words, to complete phrases about the stories, select names of gods for chart 1.2 (speaking) Students: respond to questions about the stories 1.3 (reading) Students: read aloud the names and sentences about the magical beings 1.4 (writing) Students: trace the names of the beings, complete word puzzles

RESOURCES

Magical Beings Cluster 1 Students: • Listen to teacher’s talk about “vile”- fairies, sprites, dwarfs • Write the names of these beings, and illustrate • Listen to stories about “vile”, “Vilenica legend” “The buckwheat seed” (selected from “Slovene legends”) • Select words, to complete phrases about the stories, select names of gods for chart Cluster 2 Students: • Respond to questions, giving the names of the beings • Respond to questions about the stories Cluster 3 Students: • Read aloud the names and sentences about the magical beings Cluster 4 Students: • Trace the names of the beings • Complete words puzzles • Label an illustration of a story

Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions -– accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to be, to have, to look like, to live Vocabulary Vocabulary of: Mythical beings, fairytales Text types Legend Story Chart Puzzle

Books Slovene legends Web site

SLOVENIAN Theme: Fairytales, myths and folktales Topic :Folktales

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 2 Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 2.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of single items of information, such as number, colour, name and location, through action, drawing, name, mime, drama, or by completing charts or responding to questions 2.2 (speaking) Respond to questions, state likes & dislikes, & provide simple information about self, friends, family, school & everyday topics (eg greetings, belongings, roll call, date, weather, birthday song. Objects, stating number) 2.3 (reading) Read words on label/captions & short phrases or sentences in a very well known 2.4 ( writing) Write & spell correctly single words or phrases to complete a simple sentence, write a label or caption, or describe something, adapting a model

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Listen to folktales “O Zlatem jabolku”, Povodni mož”, “Zmaj lakotaj”, creation tale of “Kras”, (Carinthia) how rye was brought to Koroška region, “Zlatorog” • Label drawings of the tales, identify characters of the stories, and complete chart of characters Cluster 2 Students: • respond to questions about the tales Cluster 3 Students: • Read simple sentences provided about the tales • Read and sing the song “Zmaj lakotaj” Cluster 4 Students: • Write selected words and phrases extracted from the folktales • Describe the dragon, or another character from the tales, using the texts provided

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: genders, declensions – accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: personal, possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs past tense Vocabulary Vocabulary of: Folktales Text types Folktales Label Song

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I

RESOURCES

2.1 (listening) Students: label drawings of the tales, identify characters of the stories, and complete chart of characters 2.2 (speaking) Students: respond to questions about the tales 2.3 (reading) Students: read and sing the song “Zmaj lakotaj” 2.4 ( writing) Students: write selected words and phrases extracted from the folktales

Books Slovene legends Zmaj lakotaj Dober dan slovenščina

SLOVENIAN Theme: Fairytales, myths and folktales Topic: Folktales

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 3 Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 3.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of a text containing about 5 items of simple, factual information, answering questions, completing a grid or drawing, substituting words in a story or numbering pictures 3.2 (speaking) Make statements & ask simple questions to exchange greetings and personal information, participate in a classroom interaction, seek help, describe a friend, everyday object or event 3.3 (reading) Identify specific items of information in labels/captions, illustrated stories, poems or descriptions, & use the information to complete a task or text 3.4 (writing) Write a sequence of 3-4 short linked sentences based on a model to convey a personal message, record factual information or describe illustrations

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Listen to tales from Kras region, which include: dwarfs, dragons, witches, giants • Complete a chart of the characters in the tales Cluster 2 Students: • Read, rehearse, perform a dramatised version of a folktale, such as” Žal zene”,” Kralj Matjaž”, “Sedem let pri beli kači”, Cluster 3 Students: • Identify the main characters, of the story, label pictures of the tales, read out excerpts Cluster 4 Students: • Write a short description of a tale read, following a model provided by the teacher • Write a list of characters from tales • Describe an illustration of a fairytale • Draw and label a cartoon of a story

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case, locative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, past tense, conjugations, verbs - to be, to have, to look like, to like, to go Vocabulary Vocabulary of: Fairytales Text types Tales Play List Cartoon

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 3.1 (listening) Students: complete a chart of the characters in the tales 3.2 (speaking) Students: read, rehearse, perform a dramatised version of a folktale 3.3 (reading) Students: read out excerpts from the stories 3.4 (writing) Students: describe an illustration of a fairytale draw and label a cartoon of a story

RESOURCES

Books Slovenske bajke in pripovedke Legenda o krasu Vilenica

SLOVENIAN Theme :Weather Topic: Weather Forecast CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 1 Topic Length: 3 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I

RESOURCES

1.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of words & phrases by responding to questions & routine classroom instructions, using single words or very short phrases & by identifying objects & numbers 0 - 20 1.2 (speaking) Use words, phrases & 3 or 4 sentences in responses about self; in activities such as classroom routines, games, songs & chants; or to follow instructions 1.3 (reading) Recognise single words or phrase in texts & provide key words in a class reading of a story students know well 1.4 (writing) Trace words and phrases, or copy words, for example to label an illustration

Cluster 1 Students: • Look at with a weather map of Victoria, Australia and Slovenia, with weather symbols • Label the symbols from list provided • Identify the temperature for the cities, fill in a chart, of temperatures for Slovenia • Match words, phrases of the weather, with pictures of weather Cluster 2 Students: • Identify the four compass points • Respond to questions about the weather. ”What is the weather like?” The weather is…selecting from the list • Sing songs, “Sonce, luna, zvezde”, “Sij, sončece, sij” “Na planincah sončece sije” • Read and recite rhyme “Sonce sije, dežek gre” • Read the correct phrase to match weather scene pictures Cluster 3 Students: • Read phases about the weather, accompanied by pictures Cluster 4 Students: • Copy words for weather, label illustrations • Label a map of Victoria, Australia, Slovenia • Copy texts of songs, rhymes recited, and illustrate

Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case, locative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns, declensions Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, past tense, future tense, conjugations, verbs - to be, to go, to shine Vocabulary Vocabulary of: weather, climate Text types Weather chart Songs Map Rhyme

1.1 (listening) Students: match words, phrases of the weather, with pictures of weather 1.2 (speaking) Students: read the correct phrase to match weather scene pictures 1.3 (reading) Students: read phases about the weather, accompanied by pictures 1.4 (writing) Students: copy words for weather, label illustrations

Books Dober dan, slovenščina, p 99ff Peter in Sonja 1, p 28ff Poj z menoj 1, p 70, p 85ff Web sites

SLOVENIAN Theme: Weather Topic: In Autumn

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 2 Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 2.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of single items of information, such as number, colour, name and location, through action, drawing, name, mime, drama, or by completing charts or responding to questions 2.2 (speaking) Respond to questions, state likes & dislikes, & provide simple information about self, friends, family, school & everyday topics (eg greetings, belongings, roll call, date, weather, birthday song. Objects, stating number) 2.3 (reading) Read words on label/captions & short phrases or sentences in a very well known text 2.4 ( writing) Write & spell correctly single words or phrases to complete a simple sentence, write a label or caption, or describe something, adapting a model

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Look at picture of a wet autumn day, read words, phrases describing the picture • Complete chart of words to describe the picture • Respond to questions about the picture • Cluster 2 Students: • Respond to questions about the weather in autumn • Sing song “Dežek trka” • Read and recite poem “Tri luže” Cluster 3 Students: • Read text about the weather in Autumn Cluster 4 Students: • Write words, sentences of given texts • Describe Autumn using model, to accompany a illustration

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to be, to have, to rain Vocabulary Vocabulary of: autumn Text types Chart Song Poem

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 2.1 (listening) Students: respond to questions about the picture 2.2 (speaking) Students: respond to questions about the weather in autumn

RESOURCES

Books Dober dan, slovenščina, p 99ff

2.3 (reading) Students: read text about the weather in autumn 2.4 ( writing) Students: write words, sentences of given texts, describe Autumn

SLOVENIAN Theme: Weather Topic: In Winter

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 3 Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 3.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of a text containing about 5 items of simple, factual information, answering questions, completing a grid or drawing, substituting words in a story or numbering pictures 3.2 (speaking) Make statements & ask simple questions to exchange greetings and personal information, participate in a classroom interaction, seek help, describe a friend, everyday object or event 3.3 (reading) Identify specific items of information in labels/captions, illustrated stories, poems or descriptions, & use the information to complete a task or text 3.4 (writing) Write a sequence of 3-4 short linked sentences based on a model to convey a personal message, record factual information or escribe illustrations

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I

RESOURCES

Cluster 1 Students: • look at pictures of heating • look at picture of people skiing • look at story of learning to ski “Petrov teden na smučeh”, fill in missing words in sentences about the story • answer questions about features of Winter in Slovenia, look at illustrations Cluster 2 Students: • respond to questions on what to wear in Winter • look at list of clothes, state their colour • respond to questions who skis, who skates Cluster 3 Students: • read poems “Snežinka” by Janez Bitenc • sing song “Jaz sem snežak” • copy, sing winter song “Zima, zima bela” • copy riddle “Trd je kot kamen, …” • read labels of illustration of a snowman Cluster 4 Students: • write a text about a snow scene, people are skiing, based on text read, model is provided • write sentences about an illustration of activities in the snow, model is provided

Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case, locative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to be, to have, to rain, to snow, to ski, to skate Vocabulary Vocabulary of: winter season Text types Story Poem Song Riddle

3.1 (listening) Students: answer questions about features of Winter in Slovenia 3.2 (speaking) Students: respond to questions on what to wear in Winter 3.3 (reading) Students: read labels of illustration of a snowman 3.4 (writing) Students: write a text about a snow scene, people are skiing

Books Slovenščina skozi letne čase Zima p 116ff

SLOVENIAN Theme: Seasons Topic: Spring CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 1 Topic Length: 3 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I

RESOURCES

1.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of words & phrases by responding to questions & routine classroom instructions, using single words or very short phrases & by identifying objects & numbers 0- 20 1.2 (speaking) Use words, phrases & 3 or 4 sentences in responses about self; in activities such as classroom routines, games, songs & chants; or to follow instructions 1.3 (reading) Recognise single words or phrase in texts & provide key words in a class reading of a story students know well 1.4 (writing) Trace words and phrases, or copy words, for example to label an illustration

Cluster 1 Students: • Look at pictures of birds, animals, plants, herbs • Repeat name, respond to questions about the pictures, identifying • Complete chart - matching word and picture of the item Cluster 2 Students: • Respond to questions about a Spring scene • About colours of the flowers • Identify birds • Sing folk-song about Spring, “Prišla bo pomlad” • Read poem Kje? By Srečko Kosovel Cluster 3 Students: • Read song “Prišla bo pomlad” • Read poem “Kje?” by Srečko Kosovel Cluster 4 Students: • Read and write short sentences about the garden • Copy the text • Label a spring scene, using words list provided

Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to be, to sing, to shine, to play Vocabulary Vocabulary of: Seasons, Spring, colours Text types Chart Poem Song List

1.1 (listening) Students: complete chart - matching word and picture of the item 1.2 (speaking) Students: respond to questions about a Spring scene 1.3 (reading) Students: read poem “Kje?” by Srečko Kosovel 1.4 (writing) Students: write short sentences about the garden scene

Books Peter in Sonja 2, 51ff Sonce ima krono, p15

SLOVENIAN Theme: Seasons Topic: Growing in the garden

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 2 Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 2.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of single items of information, such as number, colour, name and location, through action, drawing, name, mime, drama, or by completing charts or responding to questions 2.2 (speaking) Respond to questions, state likes & dislikes, & provide simple information about self, friends, family, school & everyday topics (eg greetings, belongings, roll call, date, weather, birthday song. Objects, stating number) 2.3 (reading) Read words on label/captions & short phrases or sentences in a very well known 2.4 ( writing) Write & spell correctly single words or phrases to complete a simple sentence, write a label or caption, or describe something, adapting a model

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to be, to sing, to shine, to play Vocabulary Vocabulary of: Seasons, Spring, colours Text types Chart Role play Poem Song List

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 2.1 (listening) Students: complete sentences, of a text 2.2 (speaking) Students: perform a play about Spring “Pozdrav pomladi” 2.3 (reading) Students: read poem “Marjetice”, “Otrok s sončnico”

RESOURCES

Cluster 1 Students: • Look at pictures of gardening at home • Label the picture with words provided • Complete sentences, of a text Cluster 2 Students: • Respond to questions about “What grows in the garden?” • Refer to pictures of flowers, vegetable, plants • Are asked about the number of the items • Perform a play about Spring “Pozdrav pomladi” Cluster 3 Students: • read short text of description about what grows in the garden • read poem “Marjetice”, “Otrok s sončnico” by Srečko Kosovel • sing song “Škrjanček poje, žvrgoli” Cluster 4 Students: • Complete sentences about the flowers, plants growing in the garden, using a model • Write a shopping list of flowers, plants, vegetables to plant in the garden

Books Peter in Sonja 2, 51ff Slovenske narodne pesmi, p321

2.4 ( writing) Students: write a shopping list of flowers, plants, vegetables to plant in the garden, Complete sentences about the flowers, plants growing in the garden, using a model

Theme: Seasons Topic:Summer holidays

CSF II Level: 3 Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 3.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of a text containing about 5 items of simple, factual information, answering questions, completing a grid or drawing, substituting words in a story or numbering pictures 3.2 (speaking) Make statements & ask simple questions to exchange greetings and personal information, participate in a classroom interaction, seek help, describe a friend, everyday object or event 3.3 (reading) Identify specific items of information in labels/captions, illustrated stories, poems or descriptions, & use the information to complete a task or text 3.4 (writing) Write a sequence of 3-4 short linked sentences based on a model to convey a personal message, record factual information or describe illustrations

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions accusative case, locative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to swim, to play, to jump Vocabulary Vocabulary of: holidays at the beach, sea animals Text types Short story Song

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 3.1 (listening) Students: select words, complete sentences about a beach scene 3.2 (speaking) Students: respond to questions about the animals in the water 3.3 (reading) Students: identify the animals, read texts of descriptions 3.4 (writing) Students: write a description of the beach scene, and pictures

RESOURCES

Cluster 1 Students: • Look at pictures of the sea, summer time activities depicted • Answer questions a scene at the beach • Select words, complete sentences about a beach scene, based on a short story Cluster 2 Students: • Respond to questions about who is swimming, what is in the water, who is playing on the beach • Respond to questions about the animals in the water Cluster 3 Students: • Identify the animals, read texts of descriptions • Read and sing folksong “Barčica”, “Dekle je po vodo šla” Cluster 4 Students: • Write a description of the beach scene, and pictures, using a model

Books Peter in Sonja 2, p 95ff Slovenske narodne pesmi p 12, p30

SLOVENIAN Theme: Celebrations Topic: Christmas CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 1 Topic Length:2 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I

RESOURCES

1.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of words & phrases by responding to questions & routine classroom instructions, using single words or very short phrases & by identifying objects & numbers 0 - 20 1.2 (speaking) Use words, phrases & 3 or 4 sentences in responses about self; in activities such as classroom routines, games, songs & chants; or to follow instructions 1.3 (reading) Recognise single words or phrase in texts & provide key words in a class reading of a story students know well 1.4 (writing) Trace words and phrases, or copy words, for example to label an illustration

Cluster 1 Students: • Identify words describing pictures about Christmas and features of celebration; Christmas tree, decorations, manger, traditional Christmas food prepared, Christmas customs: “tepežni dan”, “Sveti tri kralji”, Silvestrovo • Identify items by matching words with pictures Cluster 2 Students: • Respond to questions how do we decorate the tree? what is hanging from the Christmas tree? • Express Christmas greetings • Perform Christmas play “Božicna igrica” • sing Christmas songs “Sveta noč, Glej zvezdic” Cluster 3 Students: • read words and phrases describing the Christmas tree, greetings, the manger, Christmas meal • read from play “Božična igrica” Cluster 4 Students: • Write a list of decorations for Christmas tree • Label a picture of the traditional Christmas meal • Label a manger • Write sentences about a Christmas celebration

Grammar Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions accusative case, Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to be, to sing, to celebrate, to play, to eat, to decorate Vocabulary Vocabulary of: Seasons, Spring, colours Text types Play Song List Label

1.1 (listening) Students: identify items by matching words with pictures 1.2 (speaking) Students: sing Christmas songs “Sveta noč, Glej zvezdic”, express Christmas greetings 1.3 (reading) Students: read words and phrases describing the Christmas tree, greetings, the manger, Christmas meal 1.4 (writing) Students: Label a picture of the traditional Christmas meal, write sentences about a Christmas celebration

Books Peter in Sonja 1, p83ff Slovenščina skozi letne čase Zima

SLOVENIAN Theme: Celebrations Topic: Mothers’ and Fathers’ Day

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 2 Topic Length: weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 2.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of single items of information, such as number, colour, name and location, through action, drawing, name, mime, drama, or by completing charts or responding to questions 2.2 (speaking) Respond to questions, state likes & dislikes, & provide simple information about self, friends, family, school & everyday topics (eg greetings, belongings, roll call, date, weather, birthday song. Objects, stating number) 2.3 (reading) Read words on label/captions & short phrases or sentences in a very well known 2.4 ( writing) Write & spell correctly single words or phrases to complete a simple sentence, write a label or caption, or describe something, adapting a model

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I

RESOURCES

Cluster 1 Students: • Read and listen to text about mother, father • Complete chart about activities of mother, matching words and pictures Cluster 2 Students: • Read and perform play about mother, buying her a gift • Respond to questions about mother and father Cluster 3 Students: • Read and recite poems for Mothers’ Day, “Mama” by Niko Grafenauer, “V hisi je luč” by Tone Kuntner • Read words and phrases illustrating pictures Cluster 4 Students: • Write short phrases about mother and father • Complete sentences about their parents • Create a card, copy a poem, illustrate it

Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs to be, to have, to look like Vocabulary Vocabulary of

2.1 (listening)

Books Zbirka dialogov in Otroških Iger 2, pp30ff, pp78ff Sončnica na rami, p391

2.2 (speaking)

2.3 (reading)

2.4 ( writing)

Text types

Theme: Celebrations Topic : Easter Topic Length:

CSF II Level: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway I 3.1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of a text containing about 5 items of simple, factual information, answering questions, completing a grid or drawing, substituting words in a story or numbering pictures 3.2 (speaking) Make statements & ask simple questions to exchange greetings and personal information, participate in a classroom interaction, seek help, describe a friend, everyday object or event 3.3 (reading) Identify specific items of information in labels/captions, illustrated stories, poems or descriptions, & use the information to complete a task or text 3.4 (writing) Write a sequence of 3-4 short linked sentences based on a model to convey a personal message, record factual information or describe illustrations

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Read and listen to story about Easter, finding Easter eggs • Answer questions about the story • Number the pictures of the story of the day’s events Cluster 2 Students: • Respond to questions about preparations for Easter, What we have for Easter? What do we eat for the Easter meal? • What colour are the Easter eggs? • Respond to questions “To whom will the Easter Bunny bring Easter eggs?” • Perform a play about Lent “Pust” Cluster 3 Students: • Read texts, about Easter time, a text about painting Easter Eggs • Read poems about Easter “Velikonočni pirhi” by H. Medic, “Velikonočni Zajček” by V. Polansek, “Zajec” by Engelbert Gangl Cluster 4 Students: • Write a description of an Easter meal, model provided • Describe an illustration of Easter eggs • Write short letter/postcard to relatives with Easter Greetings

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs to decorate, to colour, to find, to get, to look for Vocabulary Vocabulary of: Easter celebrations Text types Story Play Poem Letter Postcard

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway I 3.1 (listening) Students: answer questions about the story 3.2 (speaking) Students: respond to questions about preparations for Easter 3.3 (reading) Students: read texts, about Easter time 3.4 (writing) Students: write shortletter/postcard to relatives with Easter Greetings

RESOURCES

Books Sonja in Peter 2, pp 43ff Zbirka dialogov in Otroških Iger 2, p 88ff Sončnica na rami, p 36

SLOVENIAN CSF II COURSE OUTLINE 2002
SECONDARY LEVEL
Course developer: Sandi Ceferin from Institute for Slovenian Studies of Victoria Inc For: Victorian School of Languages

June 2002

SLOVENIAN CSF II COURSE OUTLINE 2002
SECONDARY LEVEL YEAR 7-10

THEMES
Family Food School Shopping Celebrations Literature Health Youth issues Ljubljana - capital city Slovenia

TOPICS
Level 4A
Relatives Meal time The class Shopping Easter Slovenian myths and legends The doctor Leisure time Cultural heritage Planning a trip to Slovenia Weather What do you do?

Level 5A
Relationships Restaurant The student Shops Birthday Early Slovenian Literature The dentist Leisure time In Ljubljana Travel agent Where to go? Environment protection Looking for work

Level 6A
Relationships Traditional Slovenian food At university Shopping Online Mothers’ Day Ukijev srečni dan - story Cvetje v jeseni - novella Food - source of health Risk-taking - Accidents Drugs Joze Plečnik - architect of Ljubljana Seeing places Primorska Maribor Strategies Looking for work

Level 6Aext
Relationships Slovenian diet Education Books Christmas Festivities France Prešeren national poet Food of Slovenia Friendship Risk-taking - Drugs In Ljubljana Seeing places Triglav National Park Soča Valley Soča Front WW 1 Strategies Organisations Business Career

Environment Work

SLOVENIAN CSF II COURSE OUTLINE
Theme: The Family
Topic: Family relationships CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: declensions collective Pronouns: indefinite Verbs: reflexive, tenses Adverbs: time, place, manner Conjunctions: subordinating Word order Vocabulary New vocabulary of the story

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

6A1 Demonstrate comprehension of the gist of a text & of specific items of information & opinions, by using information, for example to make decisions, solve a problem, write a summary, outline the pros & cons, or prepare a visual or tabulated presentation.

Father and Son Short story Električna Kitara by Andrej Blatnik (1999) Cluster 1 Students: • Read background notes about the works of the author, his career, interview transcripts on www.andrejblatnik.com • Takes notes on characters and events of the story • Discuss the relationship between the father and son • Describe both characters: father and son • Write a brief summary of: events and outcome, how the son feels and what he wants, what does the father do Cluster 2 Students: • Write a radio interview script, about the author and this well-known story about the boy who wants an electric guitar OR • Write a television script about the story

Books 6A1 Students write a summary of the story and about the relationship between father and son Zakon Želja, pp 95-101 From the Heart of Europe Web sites www.andrejblatnik.com www.ljudmila.org/litcenter

6A2 Participate in conversations, discussions, interviews & presentations which inform, compare, plan, make arrangements, state a viewpoint or explain a process or point of view

6A2 Students write a radio script based on the story OR Students write a television script on the story

Text types Short story Interview Summary Radio script Television script

SLOVENIAN CSF II COURSE OUTLINE
Theme: The Family Topic: Relationships CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

6A3 Identify main characters & events in narrative texts, extract information & ideas from descriptive & procedural texts & use the information in another format 6A4 Write about 200-250 words in such text types and letters, messages, scripts for a speech or sketch, reports, journal entries or stories to recall personal experiences, relate aspirations, report on lifestyles, make choices, explain, summarise, draw conclusions or express a personal point of view

Older and Younger Brothers Short story “Starejši brat” by Lev Nikolaievich Tolstoy Cluster 3 Students: • Read the short story about the relationship between the writer and his older brother Volodja • Identify: the author’s thoughts about his brother, what reactions does he have towards his brother • Write report/review on the story: include a summary of the incident described in the text, the conflict between the brothers, how the younger brother felt towards his brother Cluster 4 Students: • Write a sketch/script of a personal experience, between siblings, showing rivalry OR • A journal entry of an incident between siblings, or relatives

Grammar Verb: imperative, past tenses Prepositions: cases Complex sentences Direct and indirect speech

6A3 Students write a report on the story, including details of the story and presentation of the two characters 6A4

Books Dober dan, življenje, Berilo 7, pp 96-99

Vocabulary New vocabulary in the short story Text types Short story Report Review

SLOVENIAN CSF II COURSE OUTLINE
Theme: The Family Topic: Relationships CSF II Level: 6Aext Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

6A5 (ext) Demonstrate comprehension by using the gist & details of a text to compare & contrast information, ideas and opinions; explain positions, events or outcomes; or present a personal view on information provided

Theme of Compromise Cluster 1 Students: • Read text on discussion about compromise between parents and children • Take notes on the main points of the text • What does the writer suggest on how to approach disagreements • Write a summary of the son who wants to wear earrings, what is the compromise • Write a case study and note the arguments of the mother and her son, what do you think of the solution • Cluster 2 Students: • Write a role play about the parent and son/daughter having a disagreement, negotiating and explaining about: personal image, going out late, going to a friend’s place (refer to dialogues and texts in “Adolescenca” on issues of: going out, visiting friends, going on holidays) • Prepare arguments to use for a discussion with parents and negotiating a compromise or solution

Grammar Adjectives: comparative, indeclinable Pronouns: negative, Adverbs: affirmation, negation, manner Word order Particles: negation, agreement Vocabulary New vocabulary and expressions in the texts of the topic Language functions: Expressing: intention preference, negotiating persuading, suggesting Text types Summary Case study Role-play Argument Discussion

Books 6A5 (ext) Students write a case study on the son who wants to wear earrings and parents reaction Adolescena, pp 5253, 77

6A6 (ext) Participate in conversations, discussions, role-plays, interviews & oral presentations which involve presenting a point of view, persuading, explaining causes & consequences, or negotiating a solution about an issue

6A6 (ext) Students write a role play on negotiation between parent and son/daughter

SLOVENIAN CSF II COURSE OUTLINE
Theme: The Family Topic: Relationships CSF II Level: 6Aext Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

6A7 (ext) Describe & comment on themes & fictional texts (including extracts from literature); identify & explain features such as the writer’s purpose, aspects of style & structure, & cultural perspectives 6A8 (ext) Write about 250 words on a topic related to personal experience or an area of general interest, presenting a personal view or a simple argument on an issue based on evidence, or a personal perspective in a factual or imaginative piece

Fathers and sons Short story “Pismo očetu” by Andrej Blatnik (1998) Cluster 3 Students: • Read the letter from the son to his father • Identify the purpose of the letter – the relationship between the father and son is depicted, what sort of connection have they? • The son describes his life and enumerates various cultural and historical figures, why does he do this? • What is the son expressing in the letter: note the points made in the text; is there any dialogue between the two, did the father allow the son to be himself, what did the son do for the father? • Write a report/review on the story and comment on the lack of dialogue between the two characters, comment on the issue of the difference of generations – of fathers and sons Cluster 4 Students: • Write a story or sketch of a personal experience of the lack of dialogue or conflict between the older and younger generations OR • Write a letter/journal entry to a parent about your feelings and/or your relationship/interaction with them

Books Grammar Adjectives: declensions Adverbs Verbs: past tenses, conditional Conjunctions: conditional, of purpose Prepositions: agreement Particles Letter writing: conventions and routines Vocabulary Vocabulary of personal narrative 6A8 (ext) Students write a story about a personal experience on conflict between the generations OR Students write a letter/journal entry about a relationship with a parent 6A7 (ext) Students write a review of the short story Zakon Želje, pp 105106 From the Heart of Europe Web sites www.andrejblatnik.co m

Text types Short story Review Letter Story Journal entry

SLOVENIAN CSF II COURSE OUTLINE
Theme: The Family Topic: Relationships CSF II Level: 5A Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Adverbs: time, place, manner Verbs: modal, conditional past, present tenses Interrogative pronouns Particles Punctuation Vocabulary New vocabulary related to the topic on: parenting youth activites at home, school, leisure Text types List Survey Summary Role play Oral presentation

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

5A1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension by identifying main ideas & some related details in spoken texts in order to use the information, for example by selecting from alternatives, responding to instructions, completing a table/survey proforma/summary, answering questions 5A2 (speaking) Provide & exchange information in dialogues, role-plays, interviews & oral presentations through such means as making arrangements, participating in transactions, providing explanations, reasons & simple opinions, or justifying choices

The Generations Cluster 1 Students: • • • • • • Read text about parenting and areas of potential difference Write a list of issues that arise between parents and children at home Discuss issues of potential difference or conflict between parents and children Read text about a survey for parents between parents and children Note the new vocabulary and expressions of a survey for parents Complete survey or give it to the parents/other adults to complete

Books 5A1 (listening) Students create a survey or questionnaire for parents questions on parenting issues Adolescenca, pp 38-39, 78-79

5A2 (speaking) Students write a role play about a disagreement with the parent-relative

Cluster 2 Students: • Read dialogues about issues which arise I the home between parents and students – such as cutting all hair (Adolescenca, p 51) • Write a role play about a disagreement with a parent-relative; provide explanations in the interaction

SLOVENIAN CSF II COURSE OUTLINE
Theme: The Family Topic: Family Relationships CSF II Level: 5A Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

Independence 5A 3 (reading) Demonstrate comprehension of key points in a short text of about 200 words by using the information in a different format, for example to produce a list of main points, a simple report, or a simple evaluative comment Cluster 2 Students: • Read text about issue of freedom and independence of youth in the family • Note the new vocabulary and expressions • Read the questionnaire for parents to complete about activities they allow daughters and sons and at what age they would be allowed • Complete the questionnaire themselves, compare answers with other students • Write a summary of the points raised in the questionnaire Grammar Pronouns: interrogative, possessive Numerals Verbs: imperative and conditional moods Adverbs: time, place, manner Conjunctions Vocabulary New vocabulary based on youth activities at home and leisure time Text types Questionnaire Summary Story Telephone call Script 5A 3 (reading) Students write a summary of issues for the children in the family

Books Adolescenca, pp 7479

5A 4 (writing) Students write a short story about plans and telling parents about them OR Students write a script of a discussion with parents about going out to a friend’s place

5A 4 (writing) Write about 100-150 words in a logical sequence of simple linked sentences to convey information, ideas, plans or opinions, or to describe an event or experience

Cluster 3 Students: • Write a short story about plans for the day or the evening; indicate reaction of the parents OR • Write a script of a conversation with your parents about going to a friend’s place for dinner/or staying at a friend’s place – they prefer for you to have dinner at home/stay at home

SLOVENIAN CSF II COURSE OUTLINE
Theme: Family Topic: Family and relatives CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 4A 2 (speaking) Make simple statements, request information & use routine phrases in short exchanges such as conversations & role-plays, and in oral presentations Cluster 1 Students: • • • LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS LANGUAGE ELEMENTS CSF II Level: 4A Topic Length: 2 weeks CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 RESOURCES

• • 4A 1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of both the gist & detail in short texts by contributing turns in a conversation or role-play, answering questions, following instructions, making choices, creating captions, matching items or completing grids & tables

Read dialogues about the family with vocabulary lists about the family and its members Answer comprehension questions on the text orally and in writing Compile a list of adjectives which describe qualities of members of a family, parents, children Complete language exercises based on the texts and vocabulary lists given Adapt the texts into role play or dialogue

Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to be, to have, to look like Vocabulary Vocabulary about family and relatives Expressions for: age, appearance Letter writing conventions Text types Dialogue List Profile

4A 2 (speaking) Students present a role play about members of the family

Books Slovenian Language Manual 1, pp 137-144 Učimo se slovenščino Dober dan slovenščina Povej naprej, p 104 Teacher generated resources

Cluster 2 Students: • Read and translate text describing a family • Answer comprehension questions on the text orally and in writing • In pairs ask each other questions and give answers about the text • Listen to an audio tape of the text and answer with selecting the correct answer from a series of multiple choice statements about on the text • Provide a profile of the family - the characters of the text, with a description of each member, name, role in the family, gap-filling a chart while listening to text

4A 1 (listening) Students complete a profile of a family group – description, age and names of each member

SLOVENIAN Theme: The Family Topic: Family and relatives CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 4A 3 (reading) Demonstrate comprehension by identifying the main idea & some details in short, simple modified texts & use the information for a specified purpose; read aloud extracts from familiar texts

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 4A Topic Length: 2 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

Cluster 3 Students: • • •

Read dialogues about the family and its members Answer comprehension questions on the text orally and in writing Compile a list of adjectives in the text which describe qualities of members of a family, parents, children Write a description of each family member as given in the text

4A 4 (writing) Write about 50-100 (3 or 4 linked sentences) to convey personal or factual information in simple text types such as short letters, profiles, scripts for dialogues or presentations, narratives or stories to accompany an illustration or comic strips

Cluster 4 Students: • Write a short script for a dialogue including points: description of a family member or a relative, their physical characteristics and qualities OR • Write a letter to a friend describing your family or a particular relative – include physical description, and qualities, and what they mean to you

Grammar Nouns; genders, declensions – accusative case Adjectives: genders, agreement with nouns Pronouns: possessive Numerals: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: conjugations, verbs - to be, to have, to look like, to consist of

4A 3 (reading) Students write a description of each family member from the text

Books Slovenian Language Manual 1, pp 137-144 Slovene: A Comprehensive Grammar Učimo se slovenščino Dober dan slovenščina Povej naprej, p 104

Vocabulary Vocabulary about family and relatives Expressions for: age, appearance Text types Dialogue Profile Letter

4A 4 (writing) Students write a script for a dialogue OR Students write a letter to a friend describing a family member

SLOVENIAN Theme: Food Topic: Traditional Slovenian Food CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A1 Demonstrate comprehension of the gist of a text & of specific items of information & opinions, by using information, for example to make decisions, solve a problem, write a summary, outline the pros & cons, or prepare a visual or tabulated presentation.

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 3 weeks LANGUAGE ELEMENTS CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 RESOURCES

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Read texts on the Web, an extract of book “Slovenska tradicionalna hrana”, and article “Slovenian cuisine” • Take notes of the main points of the chapter • Focus on the features of Slovenian cuisine: its diversity, historical, socio-economic and climatic factors, and list some typical traditional meals • Listen to an interview about the Slovenian diet • Answer questions about the interview • Write a summary about Slovenian cuisine, based on the given texts Cluster 2 Students: • Read dialogue with its discussion about Slovenian cuisine “V gostilni pri Krokarju” • Read text “Prehranske navade v Sloveniji”, which is about the diet of Slovenians • Note the points about the view of the writer • Include points: how Slovenians need to change their diet, what does the writer recommend for a healthy diet • Prepare a written interview on the diet of Slovenians and why they need to change their diet; then perform it

Grammar Nouns: irregular declensions Adjectives: the prefix pre Pronouns: indefinite, possessive Verbs: meaning of verb prefixes Prepositions: expressing comparison, causal meanings

6A1 Students write a summary about Slovenian cuisine

Books Traditional Slovenian Cookery Prazniki in praznične jedi na Slovenskem Slovenska Kuharica Slovenija: turistični vodnik Websites http://kulinarika.net http://med.over.net http://www.matkurja. com http://slovino.comtro n.si

6A2 Participate in conversations, discussions, interviews & presentations which inform, compare, plan, make arrangements, state a viewpoint or explain a process or point of view

Vocabulary Vocabulary of food, cuisine and diet Text types Article Interview Conversation Report Interview

6A2 Students prepare a written interview on the diet of Slovenians and why they need to change their diet; then perform it

SLOVENIAN Theme: Food Topic: Traditional Slovenian food

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A3 Identify main characters & events in narrative texts, extract information & ideas from descriptive & procedural texts & use the information in another format 6A4 Write about 200-250 words in such text types and letters, messages, scripts for a speech or sketch, reports, journal entries or stories to recall personal experiences, relate aspirations, report on lifestyles, make choices, explain, summarise, draw conclusions or express a personal point of view

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

Cluster 3 Students: • Read several articles on Slovenian cuisine on the Web (in Slovenian and English) • Focus on the main features of Slovenian cuisine: its diversity, historical, socio-economic and climatic factors • List foods typical for the seven regions of Slovenia: Pomurje, Štajerska, Koroška, Gorenjska, Dolenjska and Posavje, Notranjska, Kraška • Write a report on typical traditional foods of Slovenia - include foods for festive and traditional celebrations Cluster 4 Students: • Read various articles on Slovenian cuisine • Write an article on specialities of the regions of Slovenia OR • Write a television script/radio interview about specialities of Slovenia or on traditional food typical of one region of Slovenia OR • Write an article on the Wines and Wine Growing Regions of Slovenia

Grammar Nouns: irregular declensions Adjectives: superlative, comparative Pronouns: indefinite, particle - koli Verbs: meaning of verb prefixes Prepositions: expressing quantifying relationships, temporal Complex sentences

6A3 Students write a report on typical traditional foods of Slovenia, including foods for celebrations

Books Traditional Slovenian Cookery Prazniki in praznične jedi na Slovenskem Slovenska Kuharica Slovenija: turistični vodnik Websites http://kulinarika.net http://med.over.net http://www.matkurja.com http://slovino.comtron.si

Vocabulary Vocabulary of food, cuisine and geography Text types Article Report Television script Radio interview

6A4 Students write: an article on specialties of the regions of Slovenia OR a television script/radio interview on specialities of Slovenia OR an article on wines of Slovenia

SLOVENIAN Theme: Food Topic: Slovenian diet

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6Aext Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A5 (ext) Demonstrate comprehension by using the gist & details of a text to compare & contrast information, ideas and opinions; explain positions, events or outcomes; or present a personal view on information provided

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

6A6 (ext) Participate in conversations, discussions, role-plays, interviews & oral presentations which involve presenting a point of view, persuading, explaining causes & consequences, or negotiating a solution about an issue

Fast food Cluster 1 Students: • Read article on fast food in Slovenia, “Tudi hitra hrana je lahko zdrava” on the Web • Note main points of the article • Include: writer’s definition of fast food, why do people prefer to eat fast food, is it healthy • Write a report on the article and comment on the view of the writer that fast food can also be healthy Cluster 2 Students: • Read article on fast food in Slovenia • Take notes of the advantages and disadvantages of fast food presented. Include writer’s argument about the two main problems of fast food, too many calories, and insufficient intake of fruit and vegetables, and the conclusion. • Prepare, rehearse and perform an interview about fast food OR • Write a radio report on fast food

Grammar Nouns: collective Adjectives: superlative, comparative, indeclineable Pronouns: evaluative, interrogative Verbs: imperfective Prepositions: adverbial Complex sentences

6A5 (ext) Students write a report on the article and comment on the view of the writer that fast food can also be healthy

Books Slovenska Kuharica Ali znamo jesti?

Websites http://kulinarika.net http://med.over.net http://www.matkurja.com http://slovino.comtron.si

Vocabulary Vocabulary of food, cuisine and diet

Text types Article Interview Report Radio script

6A6 (ext) Students prepare, rehearse and perform an interview about fast food OR Students write a radio report on fast food

SLOVENIAN Theme: Food Topic: Slovenian diet

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6Aext Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A7 (ext) Describe & comment on themes & fictional texts (including extracts from literature); identify & explain features such as the writer’s purpose, aspects of style & structure, & cultural perspectives

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: declensions Adjectives: superlative, comparative Pronouns: indefinite, interrogative Verbs: imperfective Prepositions: expressing means and manner Compound sentences

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

Alternative diets Cluster3 Students: • Read through various articles, on different types of diets, biodynamic food, raw food, vegetarian food, microbiotic food • Refer to the book “Prehrana - vir zdravja”, on Web site http://med.over.net in the section on medical literature • Take notes and write a report on one of these of diets

Books 6A7 (ext) Students write a report on a type of diet Ali znamo jesti? 111 najboljših gostiln in restavracij v Sloveniji Slovenija – turistični vodnik Traditional Slovenian Cookery Prazniki in praznične jedi na Slovenskem Slovenska Kuharica Websites http://kulinarika.net http://med.over.net http://www.matkurja.com http://slovino.comtron.si

6A8 (ext) Slovenian cuisine Cluster 4 Write about 250 words Students: on a topic related to personal experience or • Write a story about a festive occasion, such an area of general as Christmas, Easter, a community event, interest, presenting a birthday, wedding, where traditional Slovenian personal view or a simple dishes are prepared argument on an issue OR based on evidence, or a • Write a proposal for opening a new restaurant personal perspective in a in Slovenia. Outline: which specialities - food factual or imaginative and wines - you could include and from which piece regions of Slovenia, where would the restaurant be located, in which city

Vocabulary Vocabulary of food, cuisine and celebrations

Text types Article Report Story Business proposal

6A8 (ext) Students write a story about a festive occasion, such as Christmas, Easter, a community event, birthday, wedding, where traditional Slovenian dishes are prepared OR Students write a proposal for opening a new restaurant, with details of the foods and wines of Slovenia to be offered to patrons

SLOVENIAN Theme: Food Topic: Restaurant

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 5A Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 5A1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension by identifying main ideas & some related details in spoken texts in order to use the information, for example by selecting from alternatives, responding to instructions, completing a table/survey proforma/summary, answering questions 5A2 (speaking) Provide & exchange information in dialogues, roleplays, interviews & oral presentations through such means as making arrangements, participating in transactions, providing explanations, reasons & simple opinions, or justifying choices

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

At the restaurant Cluster 1 Students: • Read text with conversation in a restaurant in Ljubljana “V restavraciji” • Read through new vocabulary and expressions of the text • Identify and write down items from the menu read by the protagonists of the conversation text • Read an accompanying menu • Answer questions orally and writing about the text and the menu Cluster 2 Students: • Read and practice mini-dialogues based on the conversation text • Ask each other what will they eat, using menu, cover the different courses, expressing preference • Take different roles, waiter and guest at the restaurant • Write and perform a role play about ordering a meal in a restaurant

Grammar Nouns: declensions Adjectives: superlative, comparative Pronouns: indefinite, interrogative Numerals: cardinal, ordinal, Gender Verbs: imperfective, verbs – to look, to serve, to come, to prefer; imeti rajši, to bring, to have time, to wait for, to be late, to eat, to drink Prepositions: expressing means and manner Vocabulary Vocabulary of food, cuisine and dining at a restaurant Expressions: of time Text types Conversation Menu Role play

5A1 (listening) Students answer questions orally and writing about the text and the menu

Books Slovenščina za tujce, pp 88 - 102 Traditional Slovenian Cookery Prazniki in praznične jedi na Slovenskem Slovenska Kuharica Slovenija: turistični vodnik

5A2 (speaking) Students write and perform a role-play about ordering a meal in a restaurant

SLOVENIAN Theme: Food Topic: Restaurant

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 5A Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 5A 3 (reading) Demonstrate comprehension of key points in a short text of about 200 words by using the information in a different format, for example to produce a list of main points, a simple report, or a simple evaluative comment

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

Traditional food of Slovenia Cluster 3 Students: • Read article on regional foods of Slovenia – covering seven main regions • List the main dishes of the regions in point form • Answer questions in writing about the foods of each regions • Write a brief report on the regional foods of Slovenia; comment briefly on the wide variety of dishes

Grammar Nouns: declensions Adjectives: agreement with nouns, superlative,adjectives – reknown, many, varied Pronouns: interrogative Verbs: conditional, imperative, past tense, verbs - to prepare, to preserve, to know about, to bake, to cook, to serve, to wrap Prepositions: expressing comparison Vocabulary Vocabulary of food, cuisine of Slovenia

Books 5A 3 (reading) Students write a brief report on the regional foods of Slovenia; comment briefly on the wide variety of dishes Slovenščina za tujce Traditional Slovenian Cookery Prazniki in praznične jedi na Slovenskem Slovenska Kuharica Slovenija: turistični vodnik Websites www.kulinarika.net www.thezaurus.com www.matkurja.com

5A 4 (writing) Write about 100-150 words in a logical sequence of simple linked sentences to convey information, ideas, plans or opinions, or to describe an event or experience

Cluster 4 Students: • Write a short report on foods of a culinary region of Slovenia, based on article in topic • OR • Write a story about an incident in a restaurant, based on texts read in topic • OR • Write a letter/email about foods and dishes tried recently in a restaurant to a friend interested in Slovenian cuisine

Text types Article Story Report Letter Email

5A 4 (writing) Students write about an incident in a restaurant OR Students write a short story about an incident in a restaurant OR Students write letter/email About a restaurant recently visited

SLOVENIAN Theme: Food Topic: Breakfast CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 4A Topic Length: 3 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Breakfast Cluster 1 Students: • Discuss as a group what they usually have for breakfast, and what they talk about • Read text on breakfast conversation ”Pri Mizi” • Note vocabulary and expressions • List food items and table setting for breakfast • Answer questions orally and writing about the text • Match statements of who eats, and what each person in the family selects to eat and drink this morning, completing a chart • Read foreword of Slovenian classic cookbook by Kalinšek on what to serve for a typical breakfast, discuss differences between a typical Slovenian breakfast and their own Cluster 2 Students: • Read mini-dialogues based on the main dialogue “Pri Mizi” • Practise exchanges of having breakfast – enumerating what has been prepared for the family, what is on the table, asking where are some food items, responding in the pantry, in the cupboard etc, what they like to eat, what is healthy • Write and perform short role play about eating breakfast based on text, and mini-dialogues

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Books Grammar Nouns: declensions, accusative case, locative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns, gender, number, rad Pronouns: personal, possessive Verbs: conjugations in present tense, conditional tense, would like, verbs – to eat, to drink, to prepare, to need, to cook, to be in a hurry, Prepositions: primary Vocabulary Vocabulary of food and breakfast items Expressions: of time, meals Text types Conversation Article Chart Role play 4A 1 (listening) Students match statements of who eats, and what each person in the family selects to eat and drink this morning, completing a chart Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Slovene: A comprehensive grammar Slovenščina se učimo Slovenščina za tujce Slovenska beseda v živo Slovenska Kuhinja Websites www.kulinarika.net www.thezaurus.com

4A 1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of both the gist & detail in short texts by contributing turns in a conversation or role-play, answering questions, following instructions, making choices, creating captions, matching items or completing grids & tables 4A 2 (speaking) Make simple statements, request information & use routine phrases in short exchanges such as conversations & role-plays, and in oral presentations

A 2 (speaking) Students write and perform short role play about eating breakfast

SLOVENIAN Theme: Food Topic: Breakfast

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 4A Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 4A 3 (reading) Demonstrate comprehension by identifying the main idea & some details in short, simple modified texts & use the information for a specified purpose; read aloud extracts from familiar texts 4A 4 (writing) Write about 50-100 (3 or 4 linked sentences) to convey personal or factual information in simple text types such as short letters, profiles, scripts for dialogues or presentations, narratives or stories to accompany an illustration or comic strips

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Cluster 3 Students: • Read aloud dialogue text “Zajtrk”, about a family having breakfast, discussing; what they have for breakfast, who can set the table, what items are needed for shopping list, who will go shopping • Note new vocabulary and expressions • Answer questions about the text orally and writing • Write a summary of the text – who will eat what for breakfast • Write a list of breakfast items in the text for a shopping list Cluster 4 Students: • Write a script for a dialogue at the breakfast table, based on texts read in the topic OR/AND • Write a short sketch about what happened at breakfast time

Grammar Nouns: declensions, accusative case, locative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns, gender, number, rad Pronouns: personal, possessive Verbs: conjugations in present tense, conditional tense, would like, verbs – to be hungry, to go, to like: Rad/a, Prepositions: primary Vocabulary Vocabulary of family, food and breakfast items Expressions: of time, meals Text types Dialogue Summary List Script Sketch

Books 4A 3 (reading) Students write a list of breakfast items in the text for a shopping list Slovenska beseda v živo, pp 50 - 56 Slovenščina za tujce Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Slovene: A Comprehensive Grammar Traditional Slovenian Cookery Ali znamo jesti? Prazniki in praznične jedi na Slovenskem Slovenska Kuharica Slovenija: turistični vodnik

4A 4 (writing) Students write a script for a dialogue at the breakfast table OR/AND Students write a short story about what happened at breakfast

SLOVENIAN Theme: School Topic: At university CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A1 Demonstrate comprehension of the gist of a text & of specific items of information & opinions, by using information, for example to make decisions, solve a problem, write a summary, outline the pros & cons, or prepare a visual or tabulated presentation. 6A2 Participate in conversations, discussions, interviews & presentations which inform, compare, plan, make arrangements, state a viewpoint or explain a process or point of view

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 2 weeks CSF RESOURCES ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 6A1 Students write a summary about the university Books Slovenščina za tujce, pp 180-197 Web sites http://www.uni-lj.si/ www.tabla-si.com www.mss.edus.si

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About Ljubljana University Look through the Web site of the University http://www.uni-lj.si/ in Slovenian and English Cluster 1 Students: • Read the text on Ljubljana University, and its history from the period of the first secondary school in 1563 to this century • Take note of main historic dates about its development, the building the faculties it offers, the type of study programs • Write a summary for a talk about the university Cluster 2 Students: • Refer to web site of the university http://www.uni-lj.si/, • Take notes on the faculties, organisations within the body of the university • Write an interview and perform it - enumerate the faculties, subjects taught at Ljubljana University, what is offered, types of degrees - Included the various courses offered for foreign students

Grammar Nouns: declensions Locative case, Pronouns: relative, Adjectives: definite/indefinitecolloquial form Verbs: conjugations, reflexive, past tenses Adverbs: degree, cause Prepositions: primary Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions in the texts of the topic Text types Summary Talk Interview Conversation script

6A2 Students write an interview about what is offered at the university

SLOVENIAN CSF II COURSE OUTLINE Theme: School Topic: Seminar of Slovenian language CSF II OUTCOMES LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS LANGUAGE Pathway 2 ELEMENTS 6A3 Identify main characters & events in narrative texts, extract information & ideas from descriptive & procedural texts & use the information in another format 6A4 Write about 200-250 words in such text types and letters, messages, scripts for a speech or sketch, reports, journal entries or stories to recall personal experiences, relate aspirations, report on lifestyles, make choices, explain, summarise, draw conclusions or express a personal point of view Cluster 3 Students: • Listen to and read the text “Še o seminarju” • Note the following points about the seminar course: • When did it start? • Who offers it • What is the content of the seminar? • Who lectures? • Write an informative brochure about the seminar; the text in point form Cluster 4 Students: • Read text about the seminar and obtain details about it on the Web site of the University http://www.uni-lj.si/ • write a dialogue about 1. obtaining information about annual seminar course for Slovenian language held at Ljubljana university OR 2. discussing with a teacher, relative/friend about attending the seminar Grammar Nouns: declensions Locative case, genitive case, instrumental case Pronouns: relative, Adjectives:definite/indef inite-colloquial form Verbs: conjugations, reflexive, past tenses Adverbs: degree, cause Prepositions: primary Particles Conjunctions: subordinating Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions of the texts of the topic Text types Brochure Dialogue

CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 3 weeks CSF ASSESSMENT RESOURCES Pathway 2 6A3 Students write the text in point form for a text for a brochure Books Slovenščina za tujc, pp 180-197 Web sites http://www.uni-lj.si/ www.tabla-si.com www.uvi.si www.mss.edus.si 6A4 Students write a dialogue about 1. obtaining information about annual seminar course 2. discussing with a teacher,relative/friend about attending the seminar

SLOVENIAN Theme: School Topic: Education CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A5 (ext) Demonstrate comprehension by using the gist & details of a text to compare & contrast information, ideas and opinions; explain positions, events or outcomes; or present a personal view on information provided LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Planning for the future

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6Aext Topic Length: 3 weeks LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: declensions Locative case, Pronouns: relative, evaluative, indefinite Adjectives: substantivized Verbs: conditional mood, past tenses, compound tenses and moods Adverbs: place, manner Prepositions: primary Word order Complex sentences Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions of the texts for the topic Text types Summary Report Talk Role play Radio script CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 6A5 (ext) Students write a report and give a talk to the class about further study and career RESOURCES Books Adolescenca, p 154, pp 166-167, 179-180 Slovenščina za tujce, pp 180-197 Web sites www.uvi.si http://www.uni-lj.si/ www.tabla-si.com www.mss.edus.si

Cluster 1 Students: • Read sections about School, in Adolescenca, about planning for the future “Razmislek o prihodnosti”: • Take notes on the main points of the text – of what one needs to consider when thinking about the future after secondary school • What are the comments provided about making plans for the future • Write a report and give a talk to the class about further study and career

6A6 (ext) Participate in conversations, discussions, roleplays, interviews & oral presentations which involve presenting a point of view, persuading, explaining causes & consequences, or negotiating a solution about an issue

Cluster 2 Students: • Read section about School, in Adolescenca – and leaving it early • Take notes on: arguments for leaving early, and that of his parent, the concluding commentary • Write a role play/radio script about discussion on leaving school early, and a parent’s advice

6A6 (ext) Students write a role play about a discussion on leaving school early, and a parent’s advice

SLOVENIAN Theme: School Topic: Education CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A7 (ext) Describe & comment on themes & fictional texts (including extracts from literature); identify & explain features such as the writer’s purpose, aspects of style & structure, & cultural perspectives 6A8 (ext) Write about 250 words on a topic related to personal experience or an area of general interest, presenting a personal view or a simple argument on an issue based on evidence, or a personal perspective in a factual or imaginative piece LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6Aext Topic Length: 3 weeks LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: case variants Pronouns: negative, indefinite Adjectives: negative prefix - ne Verbs: past tenses Adverbs: interrogative Prepositions: concessive meanings Particles Conjunctions Compound words Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions of the texts for the topic Text types Article Talk Story CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 6A7 (ext) Students write a report on career advice for the student RESOURCES

Career Advice Cluster 3 Students: • Read “Poklicno svetovanje” advice from career advisor in Adolescenca • Note the main points of the text what is the role of a career advisor, from where else can advice be sought? • Write a report on career advice for the student Cluster 4 Students: • • • Read section on Work, Adolescenca, and about the issues of work and study Take notes – what needs to be taken into consideration for a student; Write a report or article about should students work and study at the same time

Books Adolescenca, pp 174, 178-179 Web sites www.uvi.si www.mss.edus.si

6A8 (ext) Students write a report or article about should students work and study at the same time

SLOVENIAN Theme: School Topic: The student CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 5A1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension by identifying main ideas & some related details in spoken texts in order to use the information, for example by selecting from alternatives, responding to instructions, completing a table/survey proforma/summary, answering questions 5A2 (speaking) Provide & exchange information in dialogues, role-plays, interviews & oral presentations through such means as making arrangements, participating in transactions, providing explanations, reasons & simple opinions, or justifying choices LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 5A Topic Length: 3 weeks LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: number, gender, accusative case, locative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns, declensions Pronouns: interrogative Numerals Verbs: of motion and location, verbs – to attend, to think, to get, to decide, to go, to study, to tell, to know, to be able, to advise, to like Adverbs: of time, place, manner Conjunctions: coordinating Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions in the texts of the topic Text types Chart Table Article Letter 5A2 (speaking) Students write a role play based on the texts and practice routines about going to school CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 5A1 (listening) Students complete: 1. a table of subjects in Slovenia 2. a gap-filling exercise on letters and answer questions about a letter from a student RESOURCES Books Učimo se slovenščino 2, pp 16-25 Teacher generated material Web sites www.med.over.net www.uvi.si www.tabla-si.com www.mss.edus.si

Cluster 1 Students: 1. For background read a short text on the education system in Slovenia from the Web www.ess.gov.si 2.Take notes of the names of the types of schools in Slovenia 3.Compile a chart of the levels of schools and years they cover 4.Complete a table of compulsory and optional subjects in Slovenia www.mss.edus.si/slostvo/srednja/programi.asp • • • • Read several letters from students about their issues Note new vocabulary and expressions in the letters Answer questions about the letters orally and in writing Complete gap-filling exercises based on the letters

Cluster 2 Students: • Practice routine phrases, statements in exchanges between pairs, based on the letters from students; I am studying…, I go to…, I have ….brothers, sisters, • I like to…, I would like to study… It is hard to study, I like to study • Write a role play based on the texts and practice routines about going to school

SLOVENIAN Theme: School Topic: The student CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 5A 3 (reading) Demonstrate comprehension of key points in a short text of about 200 words by using the information in a different format, for example to produce a list of main points, a simple report, or a simple evaluative comment 5A 4 (writing) Write about 100-150 words in a logical sequence of simple linked sentences to convey information, ideas, plans or opinions, or to describe an event or experience

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level : 5A Topic Length:3 weeks CSF ASSESSMENT RESOURCES Pathway 2 5A 3 (reading) Students produce a report of the main points on how to prepare for examinations, and how to study 5A 4 (writing) Students write a letter about what they study Books Adolescenca, pp 164165 Colloquial Slovene, p 168 Web sites http://www.uni-lj.si/ www.tabla-si.com

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Advice Cluster 3 Students: • Read text of advice to students on how to prepare for examinations • Take notes of new vocabulary and expressions • Take notes of the main points on how: to prepare for exams, and to study and revise • Produce a short list/report on advice on how to study Cluster 4 Students: • Read a student’s letter which includes comments about what he studies and how, how much homework he needs to do • Take notes of new vocabulary and expressions • Write a letter about what they study; how much homework they do

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: declensions, accusative case, locative case, instrumental case Adjectives: agreement with nouns, declensions Pronouns: interrogative Numerals: ordinal with declension, cardinal Verbs: of motion and location, verbs – to begin, to take, to prepare, to think, to count, to try, to decide, Adverbs: of time, place, manner Prepositions: primary, and instrumental case Conjunctions: coordinating Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions in the texts Text type List Report Letter

SLOVENIAN Theme: School Topic: In class CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 4A Topic Length: 3 weeks LANGUAGE ELEMENTS CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 4A 1 (listening) Students: 1. complete a chart to match nationalities and countries 2. complete a school timetable RESOURCES

4A 1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of both the gist & detail in short texts by contributing turns in a conversation or role-play, answering questions, following instructions, making choices, creating captions, matching items or completing grids & tables 4A 2 (speaking) Make simple statements, request information & use routine phrases in short exchanges such as conversations & roleplays, and in oral presentations

In class Cluster 1 Students: For background read a short text in English on the education system in Slovenia from the Web www.sigov.si and Slovenian Webclassroom topic School www.thezaurus.com • Read vocabulary and expressions in the text to be read aloud • Read conversation text about the first day at school in text “Prvi dan” (First Day) • Answer questions about the text orally and in writing • Complete a chart to match nationalities and countries School timetable Cluster 2 Students: • Look at a weekly school timetable; it includes time and dates, subjects of a student • Practice exchanges orally and in writing on: giving the time, which school subjects are studied • Complete a school timetable Cluster 3 Students: • Read conversation text “V razredu” (In class) • Note new vocabulary and expressions • Take turns in reading the role-play aloud • In pairs practice the routine phrases and short exchanges based on the conversation • Write a short role play about being in class and greeting students; introducing oneself; based on the two texts above

Grammar Nouns: number, gender, declensions Pronouns: personal Adjectives: agreement with nouns, declensions Verbs: conjugations, verbs – to speak, to be, to be called, to know, to understand, to be, to study, to learn, to like Adverbs: of time, place Vocabulary Vocabulary in the texts of the topics: introductions, greetings, languages, nationalities, time and dates, calendar Text types Conversation Chart Timetable Role play

Books Slovenian Language Manual 1 Učimo se slovenščino, pp 19- 30 Slovene: A Comprehensive Grammar Teacher generated materials Web sites www.tabla-si.com www.thezaurus.com http://www.uni-lj.si/ www.mss.edus.si

4A 2 (speaking) Students write a short role play about being in class and greeting students; based on the two texts of the topic

Theme: School Topic: Class CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 4A 3 (reading) Demonstrate comprehension by identifying the main idea & some details in short, simple modified texts & use the information for a specified purpose; read aloud extracts from familiar texts 4A 4 (writing) Write about 50-100 (3 or 4 linked sentences) to convey personal or factual information in simple text types such as short letters, profiles, scripts for dialogues or presentations, narratives or stories to accompany an illustration or comic strips. LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS School subjects Cluster 3 Students: • Read text “Predmeti”, about a student and what she studies; school subjects and hours spent at school • Note new vocabulary and expressions • Answer questions on the text orally and in writing; practice answering questions about subjects studied • Complete gap-filling exercise on the text • Read text aloud Cluster 4 Students: • Read again the texts of the topic • Write a letter/short profile of the subjects they study, based on the texts of the topic OR • Write a script for a role play on talking to others about subjects studied, perform it LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: number, gender, declensions Pronouns: personal Adjectives: agreement with nouns, declensions Verbs: conjugations, conditional mood, verbs – to speak, to be, to know, to understand, to understand, to be, to study, to learn, to like Adverbs: of time, place Routines: letter writing Vocabulary Vocabulary in the texts of the topics: introductions, school subjects, languages, nationalities, time and dates, calendar Text types Conversation Letter Profile Role play

CSF II Level: 4A Topic Length: 3 weeks CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 4A 3 (reading) Student: 1. complete gap-filling exercise on the text 2. read text aloud RESOURCES Books Slovenian Language Manual 1 Učimo se slovenščino, pp 19- 30 Teacher generated materials

4A 4 (writing) Students write a letter/short profile of the subjects they study OR Students write and perform a role play on talking to others about subjects studied

SLOVENIAN Theme: Shopping Topic: At the book shop CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A1 Demonstrate comprehension of the gist of a text & of specific items of information & opinions, by using information, for example to make decisions, solve a problem, write a summary, outline the pros & cons, or prepare a visual or tabulated presentation.

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 3 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

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CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

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At the Bookshop of – Mladinska knjigarna in Ljubljana Cluster 1 Students: • Listen to and read text and the conversation “Po opravkih in nakupih” • Take note of new vocabulary and expressions • Take notes of the main points of the conversation; • What are the items enquired about? • Answer questions orally and in writing • Write a summary of the purchase made and who makes them, what are the opinions about the cost of books in Slovenia?

Grammar Nouns: declensions, Adjectives: possessive Verbs: past tenses, past and present gerunds, past participles, Conjunctions: subordinating Particles: emphatic, emotive Word order Complex sentences

6A1 Students write a summary of the text; about the purchases made and who makes them

Books Slovenščina za tujce pp 160-196 Teacher generated materials Web sites www.emka.si www.matkurja.com

6A2 Participate in conversations, discussions, interviews & presentations which inform, compare, plan, make arrangements, state a viewpoint or explain a process or point of view

Cluster 2 Students: • Read conversation text about selecting books at the bookshop • Take note of new vocabulary and expressions • Note the main exchanges in the conversation, which is giving information about books available • Look at the emka.si web site and note books available for sale • Prepare a discussion about categories and range of books available on the web site

Vocabulary new vocabulary and expressions of the text of the topic Text types Conversation Summary Interview

6A2 Students prepare a discussion about categories and range of books available on the web site

SLOVENIAN Theme: Shopping Topic: Book Store CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A3 Identify main characters & events in narrative texts, extract information & ideas from descriptive & procedural texts & use the information in another format

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 3 weeks

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CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

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Profile of the largest book publisher in Slovenia Mladinska knjigarna Cluster 3 Students: • Read presentation text of the publisher on its Web site www.mladinska.com • Take note of new vocabulary and expressions • Take notes of: activities and program, journals, clubs, online shop www.emka.si . the vision of M knjigarna • Write an interview script for a radio program about M knjigarna and its activities

Grammar Nouns: declensions, Verbs: tenses, conditional mood, verbal noun, verbal prefixes Conjunctions: subordinating Particles: interrogative Interjections: greetings Word Order Conjunctions

6A3 Students write an interview script for a radio program about M knjigarna

Books Slovenščina za tujce pp 160-177 Web sites www.mladinska.com www.emka.si www.matkurja.com

6A4 Write about 200-250 words in such text types and letters, messages, scripts for a speech or sketch, reports, journal entries or stories to recall personal experiences, relate aspirations, report on lifestyles, make choices, explain, summarise, draw conclusions or express a personal point of view

Cluster 4 Students: • • • • Examine the web site of M knjigarna - its online shop www.emka.si Take notes on its style of presentation on the Web Take notes of the range of products it offers, and what services does it offer Write a report on the company for a talk; what it offers online

Vocabulary new vocabulary and expressions of the text of the topic Text types Interview Report

6A4 Students write a report on the company for a talk; what does it offer online

SLOVENIAN Theme: Shopping Topic: Books CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A5 (ext) Demonstrate comprehension by using the gist & details of a text to compare & contrast information, ideas and opinions; explain positions, events or outcomes; or present a personal view on information provided At the bookstore

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6Aext Topic Length: 3 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

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CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

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Grammar Nouns: declensions Adjectives: comparative Verbs: tenses, past and present gerunds, verbal noun Conjunctions: subordinating Particles Interjections Word Order Complex sentences Vocabulary Vocabulary of words and expressions in the texts of the topic Text types Discussion Talk Role play Interview

6A5 (ext) Students write a talk about the arguments for online shopping, and giving own opinion about it

Books Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Slovenščina za tujce pp 160-177 Telekomunikacije Web sites www.emka.si www.matkurja.com www.thezaurus.com

Cluster 1 Students: • Discuss the sort and range of books one finds in a large bookshop; list them from www.emka.si • Read text about a discussion on advantages of shopping for books online, and another opinion that seeing books is a better experience • Take notes of the main arguments • Write a talk about the arguments for online shopping, and giving own opinion about it Buying online Cluster 2 Students: • Discuss the issue of payment via Internet (see www.emka.si) • Take notes on how one pays for books on the Internet • Write a role play/interview on an argument about payment over the Internet, presenting a view about it

6A6 (ext) Participate in conversations, discussions, role-plays, interviews & oral presentations which involve presenting a point of view, persuading, explaining causes & consequences, or negotiating a solution about an issue

6A6 (ext) Students write a role play/interview on an argument about payment over the Internet, presenting a view about it

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SLOVENIAN Theme : Going Shopping Topic: Shopping Online CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A7 (ext) Describe & comment on themes & fictional texts (including extracts from literature); identify & explain features such as the writer’s purpose, aspects of style & structure, & cultural perspectives 6A8 (ext) Write about 250 words on a topic related to personal experience or an area of general interest, presenting a personal view or a simple argument on an issue based on evidence, or a personal perspective in a factual or imaginative piece

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6Aext Topic Length: 3 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

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CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

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Online Shopping Students: Select either www.neckermann.com or another online shop of interest for cluster 3 activities (There is: a range of major online shops on www.bozicek.com , Slovenian search engine www.matkurja.com, Slovenian portal site www.ibis.com) Cluster 3 Students: • Read director’s letter about the largest online shop in Slovenia, www.neckermann.si what is his purpose • Note in point form his description of the shop and its advantages; the services provided • Write a report on the range of products; examine the web site Cluster 4 Students • Write a prospectus, include a description in the text summary of what is offered by the online shop Neckermanns and the benefits of online shopping OR • Write a review of the web site for a magazine special about online shopping – give a critical assessment of the site, and your views about online shopping and the use of the Web rather than personal shopping

Grammar Nouns: declensions, Verbs: tenses, past participles, imperative Conjunctions: subordinating Particles Word Order Complex sentences Vocabulary Vocabulary of the director’s letter and material on Web pages 6A8 (ext) Students write a prospectus on the online store OR Students write a review of the web site for a magazine special about online shopping 6A7 (ext) Students write a short report on the range of products

Books Slovenščina za tujce Web sites www.neckermann.si www.matkurja.com

Text types Report Prospectus Review

SLOVENIAN Theme: Going Shopping Topic: Shopping in the city CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 5.1 Topic Length: 4 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

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CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

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5A1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension by identifying main ideas & some related details in spoken texts in order to use the information, for example by selecting from alternatives, responding to instructions, completing a table/survey proforma/summary, answering questions 5A2 (speaking) Provide & exchange information in dialogues, role-plays, interviews & oral presentations through such means as making arrangements, participating in transactions, providing explanations, reasons & simple opinions, or justifying choices

At the Department store Cluster 1 Students: • Listen and read conversation text” V veleblagovnici” about buying clothes “At the Department Store” • answer questions orally and in writing • write a short summary of the text • complete a table about items purchased At the Bank, At the Post Office Cluster 2 Students: • Practice in pairs reading various exchanges about: selecting (suitability, colour, size etc), purchasing, requesting items from different in stores • Ask each other how much they cost, make comments about them, why they need them, • Take roles of: the purchaser, and salesperson, or two people discussing items to purchased • Select products from advertisements of Slovenian magazines and on the Internet: the products are for sale, and are the basis for the exchange for questions and answers • Adapt the exchanges for a role play, purchasing clothes; then rehearse and perform a role play

Grammar Nouns: genitive case, dative case. instrumental case Adjectives: comparative, superlative Pronouns: indefinite, relative, demonstrative Numbers: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: future tense, conjugations, verbs – to select, to offer, to purchase, to charge, to suit, to try on 5A1 (listening) Students complete a table about items purchased

Books Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Web sites www.matkurja.com www.thezaurus.com

5A2 (speaking) Vocabulary Vocabulary of clothing and shopping Text types Table Role play Students write a role play about purchasing clothes in a shop, or a department store, or post office

SLOVENIAN Theme: Going Shopping Topic: Shopping Online CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 5A Topic Length:3 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

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CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

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Online Shopping at www.neckermann.si 5A 3 (reading) Demonstrate comprehension of key points in a short text of about 200 words by using the information in a different format, for example to produce a list of main points, a simple report, or a simple evaluative comment Cluster 3 Students: • Read director’s letter about the largest online shop in Slovenia • Note in point form his description of the shop and its advantages • Note the main points about what the web site offers • Write a short summary of the range of products

Grammar Nouns: genitive case – use with quantity, dative case Adjectives: comparative, superlative Pronouns: indefinite,relative Numbers: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: future tense, conjugations, verbs - to grow, to use, to decide, to accept, to return, to find, to calculate, to alleviate, to prepare Adverbs: of time, of place

5A 3 (reading) Students write a short summary of the range of products at Neckermanns

Books Učimo se slovenščino Slovenska besedo v živo Web sites www.neckermann.si www.matkurja.com

5A 4 (writing) Write about 100-150 words in a logical sequence of simple linked sentences to convey information, ideas, plans or opinions, or to describe an event or experience

Cluster 4 Students • Write and design a brochure, include a description in the text short summary of what is offered by the online shop Neckermanns OR • Write a short review of the web site; what is on the web site, what are the products for purchase

5A 4 (writing) Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions in the letter of the director, relevant web pages of the online store Text types Summary Brochure Review Students write a brochure, include a description in the text short summary OR Students write a short review of the web site

SLOVENIAN Theme: Shopping Topic: Shopping for food CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 4A 1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of both the gist & detail in short texts by contributing turns in a conversation or role-play, answering questions, following instructions, making choices, creating captions, matching items or completing grids & tables

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level:4A Topic Length: 3 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Listen to and read the conversation text “Na trgu”(At the market) • Note the vocabulary and expressions • Answer questions on the texts orally and in writing • Take turns in reading text aloud • Complete a list of fruits and vegetables offered by the green grocer in the text • Complete a written conversation by filling in the gaps of sentences with items to be purchased, choosing from list of options (similar exercises can be done with other dialogues, Pri Peku, Pri Mesarju – (At the Bakers, At the Butchers) • Complete a shopping list of items stated in the conversation text Cluster 2 Students: • Practice a role play of purchasing fruit and vegetables • Are given charts on use of declensions for: cost, quantity and weight of items • Respond orally and complete language exercises in writing by using the charts • Practice in pairs model sentences of exchange routines for purchasing, Koliko stane…?(How much is. .?)/ Did you buy? Yes, I did buy? No, I didn’t buy/ Iwould like…/ this is better than that one • Write, rehearse and perform a role play for two – exchange between buyer and seller at a stall

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

Grammar 4A 1 (listening) Nouns: genitive case – use with quantity, dative case Adjectives: comparative, superlative Pronouns: personal, demonstrative Numbers: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to buy, to sell, to have, to give, to wish, to prefer, to pay Students complete a shopping list of items stated in the conversation text

Books Slovenska beseda v živo Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2

4A 2 (speaking) Make simple statements, request information & use routine phrases in short exchanges such as conversations & roleplays, and in oral presentations

Vocabulary Vocabulary of food Shopping routines Language functions: expressions of: greeting, requesting, comparing Text types Shopping list Chart Role play 4A 2 (speaking) Students write, rehearse and perform a role play for two – exchange between buyer and seller at a stall

SLOVENIAN Theme: Shopping Topic: Shopping for food CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 4A Topic Length: 3 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS At the supermarket Cluster3 Students: • Complete series of dialogues on shopping, fill in the gaps with appropriate/matching quantities or measures • Read the texts aloud, taking in turns the roles of the dialogues • Complete a written conversation text by filling in the gaps of sentences with items to be purchased, choosing from list of options Recipe Cluster 4 Students: • Select recipes for a dinner party • Write a shopping list of food items needed to prepare the dishes, include quantities Cluster 5 Students: • Write an account/story of shopping at the market or supermarket OR • Write a brochure of what the shop sells and the prices of the products OR • Write a script for a role-play about the exchanges between the buyer and the seller

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: accusative case, genitive case – use with quantity, dative case Adjectives: comparative, superlative Pronouns: personal, demonstrative Numbers: ordinal, cardinal Verbs: present tense, conjugations, verbs - to buy, to sell, to have, to give, to wish, to prefer, to pay, to need Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions in the texts of the topic Text types Dialogue Recipe Shopping list Account Story Brochure Script Role play

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 4A 3 (reading) Students Complete a written conversation text by filling in the gaps of sentences with items to be purchased, choosing from list of options

RESOURCES

Books Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Slovenska beseda v živo, pp 113-121 Slovene: A Comprehensive Grammar

4A 3 (reading) Demonstrate comprehension by identifying the main idea & some details in short, simple modified texts & use the information for a specified purpose; read aloud extracts from familiar texts 4A 4 (writing) Write about 50-100 (3 or 4 linked sentences) to convey personal or factual information in simple text types such as short letters, profiles, scripts for dialogues or presentations, narratives or stories to accompany an illustration or comic strip

4A 4 (writing) Students write an account/story of shopping at the market or supermarket OR Students write a brochure of what the shop sells and the prices of the products OR Students write a script for a role-play about the exchanges between the buyer and the seller

SLOVENIAN Theme: Celebrations Topic: Mother’s Day CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 2 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

6A1 Demonstrate comprehension of the gist of a text & of specific items of information & opinions, by using information, for example to make decisions, solve a problem, write a summary, outline the pros & cons, or prepare a visual or tabulated presentation.

6A2 Participate in conversations, discussions, interviews & presentations which inform, compare, plan, make arrangements, state a viewpoint or explain a process or point of view

Cluster 1 Students: • Discuss: the role of mother, her importance in the life of a child, the whole family, why we celebrate Mother’s Day • Read text “Moja Mati” • Answer questions orally and in writing about the text • OR • Read poem about grand mother “Legenda o stari mami” or “Vidim te mati” list the qualities, and what the mother has done for the writer • Write a summary of the text, or poem including a description of the mother Cluster 2 Students: • Read, take notes, and discuss several plays about Mother’s Day • Prepare, rehearse and perform a sketch about: • Planning a surprise dinner for mother OR • Have a discussion/debate about why we celebrate Mother’s Day, how its celebrated, do we need to celebrate it OR • Write a story about mother and her importance

Grammar Nouns: declensions, Adjectives: rad, superlative, possessive Pronouns: possessive, demonstrative Adverbs: agreement of predicative adjective Complex sentences Vocabulary Vocabulary of the text, personal feelings and qualities Text types Story List Poem Debate Discussion Description Play Sketch Journal entry

6A1 Students write a summary of a text or a poem about mother or grandmother

Books Slovensko berilo 1 Srečko Kosovel, zbrano delo 1, p 120 Primorska, moja duša in srce p 45 Teacher generated materials Journals Misli Rodna Gruda

6A2 Students prepare and perform a sketch about planning a surprise party for mother OR Students have a discussion/debate about why we celebrate Mother’s Day OR Students write a story about mother and her importance

SLOVENIAN Theme: Celebrations Topic: Mother’s Day CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 2 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

6A3 Identify main characters & events in narrative texts, extract information & ideas from descriptive & procedural texts & use the information in another format

6A4 Write about 200-250 words in such text types and letters, messages, scripts for a speech or sketch, reports, journal entries or stories to recall personal experiences, relate aspirations, report on lifestyles, make choices, explain, summarise, draw conclusions or express a personal point of view

Cluster 3 Students: • Listen and takes notes of a talk on modern writer Ivan Cankar, his place in Slovenian literature, and the works which focus on his mother, • Read the reknown short story “Skodelica Kave” taking notes and listing new words and expression • Discuss how the author feels about his mother, his reflections in the story • Answer questions on the character and events, some factual, some interpretative • Using the events in the short story, write a letter to a friend about the experience as if it occurred to you Cluster 4 Students: • Write a script for a performance about Mother’s Day; focussing on thoughts about the mother, and what how to surprise her on the day OR • Write a radio program on the `for Mother’s Day - include a script on the meaning of the Day, poem, song about mother, or an interview about an experience OR • Write a story about a personal experience which demonstrates the good qualities of the mother

Grammar Nouns: declensions, Adjectives: rad, superlative, comparative possessive Pronouns: possessive demonstrative Adverbs: agreement of predicative adjective

6A3 Students using the events in the short story, write a letter to a friend about the experience as if it occurred to you

Books Ivan Cankar – Zbrano delo 21, p 262 Pregled slovenskega slovstva Web sites www.svarog.org

Vocabulary Vocabulary of the talk and texts in the topic

Text types Short story Letter Script Radio program

6A4 Students write a script for a performance about Mother’s Day; focussing on thoughts about the mother, and what how to surprise her on the day OR Students write a radio program on the `for Mother’s Day - include a script on the meaning of the Day, poem, song about mother, or an interview about an experience OR Students write a story about their mother

SLOVENIAN Theme: Celebrations Topic: Christmas CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A5 (ext) Demonstrate comprehension by using the gist & details of a text to compare & contrast information, ideas and opinions; explain positions, events or outcomes; or present a personal view on information provided

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6Aext Topic Length: 2 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: declensions, Adjectives: rad, superlative, comparative possessive Pronouns: possessive, demonstrative Numerals: gender, ordinal, cardinal Adverbs: agreement of predicative adjective Word order Complex sentences Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions about Christmas Text types Film Report Play Interview

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 6A5 (ext) Students select one of the following to write a short report on: Origin of the Christmas Tree, Father Christmas, The Manger, Christmas Songs

RESOURCES

6A6 (ext) Participate in conversations, discussions, role-plays, interviews & oral presentations which involve presenting a point of view, persuading, explaining causes & consequences, or negotiating a solution about an issue

Cluster 1 Students: • Read excerpts in “Velika Knjiga o praznikih” about the origins of Christmas, and how it is celebrated in Slovenia • Read and take notes from the article in Sloveniana webzine in Thezaurus web site, Potica and view video film on making the traditional Christmas and Easter cake, potica • Compile a list of vocabulary and expressions • List traditional Slovenian customs in the excerpts • Write a summary based on the excerpts of the customs of the traditional Christmas • Select one of the following to write a short report on, from the excerpts : Origin of the Christmas Tree, Father Christmas, The Manger, Christmas Songs Cluster 2 Students: • Read and perform Christmas songs and plays about Christmas • Interview older relatives, parents, grandparents, members of the Slovenian community, or write to contacts in Slovenia, asking: how they celebrate/celebrated Christmas in Australia and Slovenia, did they practise traditional customs, sing traditional Christmas songs, and what views they have about the continuity of customs

Books Bela Ljubljana Velika knjiga o praznikih Postavimo jaslice Leto v pesmi ujeto Zbirka dialogov in otroških iger 2 Slava tebi Gospod Journals Misli Rodna Gruda Slovenija

6A6 (ext) Students: 1. perform Christmas songs and plays about Christmas 2. Students interview older relatives, parents, grandparents, members of the Slovenian community, or write to contacts in Slovenia

Websites www.thezaurus.com www.glasslovenije.com. au Videos Peka božičnega kruha, SAZU, Ljubljana, 1996.

SLOVENIAN Theme: Celebrations Topic: Mother’s Day CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A7 (ext) Describe & comment on themes & fictional texts (including extracts from literature); identify & explain features such as the writer’s purpose, aspects of style & structure, & cultural perspectives 6A8 (ext) Write about 250 words on a topic related to personal experience or an area of general interest, presenting a personal view or a simple argument on an issue based on evidence, or a personal perspective in a factual or imaginative piece

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 2 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: declensions, Adjectives: rad, superlative, comparative possessive Pronouns: possessive, demonstrative Numerals: gender, ordinal, cardinal Adverbs: agreement of predicative adjective Word order Complex sentences Vocabulary Vocabulary in selected texts of recollections

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

Cluster 3 Students: • Read several Christmas recollections of people living in Ljubljana – ranging from 1944 to 1990s, • Select an account and take notes on who is celebrating, and how Christmas is celebrated, what Christmas means to the writer • Write a summary of one of the accounts, include any comments or reactions to the piece Cluster 4 Students: • Write an article on a topic drawing on the texts read and given resources based on: • A personal experience of Christmas • Christmas – describing the celebration in a family setting or in the community • An account of Christmas and personal perspective on it • Value of traditions from a cultural perspective OR Write an article on another festivity. Select from the following selection all in the reference, “Velika knjiga o praznikih” : St.Nicholas, New Year, Lent, Name Day, Spring and Green George, Easter, All Saints’ Day and others

6A7 (ext) Students write a summary of one of the accounts, include any comments or reactions to the piece

Books Bela Ljubljana Velika knjiga o praznikih Praznično leto Slovencev

6A8 (ext) Students write an article on 1. aspect of Christmas; personal experience, family gathering, personal view of Christmas 2. another Slovenian festivity

Text types Story Summary Article

SLOVENIAN Theme: Celebrations Topic: Birthday CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 5A Topic Length: 2 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

5A1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension by identifying main ideas & some related details in spoken texts in order to use the information, for example by selecting from alternatives, responding to instructions, completing a table/survey proforma/summary, answering questions 5A2 (speaking) Provide & exchange information in dialogues, role-plays, interviews & oral presentations through such means as making arrangements, participating in transactions, providing explanations, reasons & simple opinions, or justifying choices

Cluster 1 Students: • Listen to a dialogue about discussing preparations for a birthday “The Birthday Party” • Listen for the items to be bought for the party, who will be invited, who will send invitations,, who will buy party food etc • Select correct answer from multiple choice questions about the dialogue • Using vocabulary of the topic and this dialogue, compile a plan/chart for the birthday party, list of items to be bought, who will be invited, entertainment – music selection Cluster 2 Students: • Practise exchanges and mini dialogues of: ask each when is your birthday, who to invite to the party, discussing which foods to prepare for the party, who will do what, to whom to send invitations • Prepare and perform a role play on organising a party

Grammar Nouns: number,declensions, accusative case, locative case, dative case Verbs: modal verbs, present tense, future tense, conditional mood verbs – to buy, to select, to prepare, to tell, to go, to agree, to disagree, to send Adverbs: interrogative Prepositions: use for motion and location Particles Expressions: of time days, dates Vocabulary Vocabulary based on the texts about birthday celebration Text types Dialogue List Chart 5A1 (listening) Students compile a plan/chart for the birthday party, list of items to be bought, who will be invited, entertainment

Books Slovenščina za tujce Dober dan Slovenščina Teacher generated materials

5A2 (speaking) Students prepare and perform a role play on organising a party

SLOVENIAN Theme: Celebrations Topic: Birthday CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 5A Topic Length: 2 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

Books 5A 3 (reading) Demonstrate comprehension of key points in a short text of about 200 words by using the information in a different format, for example to produce a list of main points, a simple report, or a simple evaluative comment 5A 4 (writing) Write about 100-150 words in a logical sequence of simple linked sentences to convey information, ideas, plans or opinions, or to describe an event or experience Cluster 3 Students: • • • • Read a text about a birthday celebration in a home Note new vocabulary and expression Answer questions about the text orally and in writing Write a short report on details of the birthday party, what happens at the party, what is provide by the hosts, Grammar Nouns: accusative case, locative case, dative case Verbs: modal verbs, past tense, future tense, conditional tense verbs - to plan, to invite, to come, to send, to contact, to attend, to enjoy, to help prepositions: use for motion and location Expressions: of time days, dates Vocabulary Vocabulary based on the texts about birthday celebration, and other celebrations Text types Report Journal entry sketch Letter/email 5A 3 (reading) Students write a short report on what happens at the party Slovenščina za tujce Dober dan Slovenščina Teacher generated materials

5A 4 (writing) Students write a sketch about a party you attended OR Students write a letter/email to a friend about a party: you wish to have, he/she has offered to help; you give details of what you have done so far, and what else you need the occasion, who to invite, when it will be held

Cluster 4 Students: • Write a sketch/journal entry about a party you attended OR • Write a letter/email to a friend about a party: you wish to have, he/she has offered to help; you give details of what you have done so far, and what else you need the occasion, who to invite, when it will be held

SLOVENIAN Theme Celebrations Topic: Easter CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 4A Topic Length: 1 week

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

4A 1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of both the gist & detail in short texts by contributing turns in a conversation or role-play, answering questions, following instructions, making choices, creating captions, matching items or completing grids & tables

Cluster 1 Students: • • • • • •

Books Discuss the meaning of Easter, Easter customs in Slovenia Read a Slovenian religious calendar and note the key days of the Easter period Read English articles on Easter customs in Sloveniana webzine from the Web Read an account of a ceremonial Easter meal in “Velika Noc” List all foods and dishes prepared for Easter indicated in the account Answer questions on the text orally and in writing Grammar Nouns: gender, number, accusative case, locative case Verbs: conjunctions, present tense, future tense verbs - to cook to colour, to rpepare, to bake, to take, to celebrate, to find, to receive prepositions: use for motion and location Expressions: of time days, dates Vocabulary Vocabulary based on the texts about Easter time and customs Text types Calendar Article Account List Recipe 4A 1 (listening) Students answer questions on the text orally and in writing Sonja in Peter 2, pp 50 Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Prazniki in praznični jedi na Slovenskem Teacher generated materials

4A 2 (speaking) Make simple statements, request information & use routine phrases in short exchanges such as conversations & role-plays, and in oral presentations

Cluster 2 Students: • Practice exchanges, (in pairs) phrases from texts read in class; asking • When is Easter, stating the key days of Easter • What will you eat? Easter dishes are referred to • Will you colour Easter eggs, stating which colours • What are ingredients for a recipe of an Easter dish • (referring to Easter recipes read in class) • Give a short oral presentation on how to make an Easter cake, potica; or another easter food, giving the ingredients and instructions

Web sites 4A 2 (speaking) Students give a short oral presentation on how to make an Easter cake; or another easter food, giving the ingredients and instructions www.thezaurus.com

Theme: Celebrations Topic: Easter CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 Cluster 3 Students: • Listen and read text on “Velika Noč”(Easter) • Note new vocabulary and expressions • Answer questions orally and in writing • Write a summary of the text AND • Read, translate selected Easter poems and recite aloud AND • Select a recipe of a new or familiar Easter cake or dish, translate and read aloud Cluster 4 Students: • Write a short letter to a friend or a relative about how they celebrate Easter at home, or in the community, using texts of the topic as a basis. Include • Who attends, family, relatives, friends, • What foods are prepared • OR • Write a dialogue about celebration or an event during Easter LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF II Level: 4A Topic Length: 1 week CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 Books Grammar Nouns: gender, number, accusative case, locative case, genitive case Verbs: conjunctions, present tense, future tense verbs - to cook to colour, to prepare, to bake, to take, to celebrate, to find, to receive prepositions: use for motion and location Expressions: of time - days, dates Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions in texts of the topic Text types Story Poem Recipe Letter Dialogue 4A 3 (reading) Students: 1.write a summary of the text 2.read selected Easter poems and recite aloud 3.read a recipe of a new or familiar Easter cake or dish Sonja in Peter 2, p 50ff Slovene: A Comprehensive Grammar Prazniki in praznični jedi na Slovenskem Teacher generated materials RESOURCES

4A 3 (reading) Demonstrate comprehension by identifying the main idea & some details in short, simple modified texts & use the information for a specified purpose; read aloud extracts from familiar texts

4A 4 (writing) Write about 50-100 (3 or 4 linked sentences) to convey personal or factual information in simple text types such as short letters, profiles, scripts for dialogues or presentations, narratives or stories to accompany an illustration or comic strips

4A 4 (writing) Students write a short letter to a friend or a relative about how they celebrate Easter OR Students write a dialogue about celebration or an event during Easter

Web sites www.thezaurus.com

SLOVENIAN Theme: Slovenian Literature Topic: France Prešeren – national poet CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A1 Demonstrate comprehension of the gist of a text & of specific items of information & opinions, by using information, for example to make decisions, solve a problem, write a summary, outline the pros & cons, or prepare a visual or tabulated presentation. LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 3 weeks LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: case variants Adjectives: prefix – pre, indeclineable, stress, Pronoun: interrogative, evaluative Verbs: past tense, conditional mood, optative mood, reflexive Vocabulary Vocabulary in the lecture, selected texts and poems 6A2 Students write an interview/radio script about Prešeren’s work and life include reciting some of his poems OR Students give a talk to the class about his life and state his major poems CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 6A1 Students write a summary of the lecture based on the answers given Books France Prešeren Zgodbe o Prešernu Prešeren v upodobitvah Slovenska leposlovna književnost Web sites www.ff.unilj.si/slojez/mh/preseren.h tml www.preseren.net www.thezaurus.com RESOURCES

Slovenian Identity Cluster 1 Students: • Listen to a brief talk on France Prešeren as the national poet, and importance for Slovenian national identity • Read lecture (in Slovenian and English) by Miran Hladnik, “ France Prešeren and Slovenian Identity” (2000) www.ff.uni-lj.si/slojez/mh/preseren.html • Answer questions on the lecture in writing • Write a summary of the lecture based on the answers given Prešeren’s Life

6A2 Participate in conversations, discussions, interviews & presentations which inform, compare, plan, make arrangements, state a viewpoint or explain a process or point of view

Cluster 2 Students: • Write an interview/radio script about Prešeren’s work and life include reciting some of his poems and a brief description of the significance of the poems • Give a talk to the class about his life and state his major poems – use resources, including timeline presentation of his life on web site about France Prešeren www.preseren.net, and Slovenian Webclassroom topic – France Prešeren on www.thezaurus.com

Text types Talk Lecture Summary Interview Radio script

SLOVENIAN Theme: Slovenian Literature Topic: France Prešeren – national poet

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A3 Identify main characters & events in narrative texts, extract information & ideas from descriptive & procedural texts & use the information in another format 6A4 Write about 200-250 words in such text types and letters, messages, scripts for a speech or sketch, reports, journal entries or stories to recall personal experiences, relate aspirations, report on lifestyles, make choices, explain, summarise, draw conclusions or express a personal point of view

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

Poems Cluster 3 Students: • Read and translates selected poems for understanding, located on the Prešeren Web site, and complete selected activities in the Slovenian Webclassroom topic of www.thezaurus.com • Are given a talk and notes about the following poems 1. Zdravljica (1844) 2. O, Vrba (1834) 3. Uvod, Krst pri Savici (1835) • National Anthem of Slovenia The poem Zdravljica (A Toast) has been adopted as Slovenia’s national anthem officially since 1994; • Listen to the recorded anthem on the Web site www.uvi.si/slo, and read the English and Slovenian versions on the Web site • Read the Web site notes on its significance and its message of brotherhood for all nations • Rewrite one of the poems in prose as a diary entry Cluster 4 Students: • Write a report on Prešeren’s life and work, commenting on his significance as a poet and a great Slovenian patriot OR • Write a video script on the poem Zdravljica, its meaning, at the time it was written and its significance to the Slovenian nation today

Grammar Nouns: case variants Adjectives: prefix – pre, indeclineable, stress, Pronoun: interrogative, evaluative Verbs: past tense, conditional mood, optative mood, reflexive Vocabulary Vocabulary in the lecture, selected texts and poems Text types Poem Diary Talk Report Video script

6A3 Students rewrite one of the poems in prose as a diary entry

Books Poems by France Prešeren Pregled slovenskega slovstva France Prešeren – Zbrano delo Web sites

6A4 Students write a report on Prešeren’s life and work, commenting on his significance as a poet and a great Slovenian patriot OR Students write a video script on the poem Zdravljica; its meaning, at the time it was written and its significance to the Slovenian nation today

www.thezaurus.com www.preseren.net www.uvi.si/slo

SLOVENIAN Theme: Slovenian Literature Topic: “Cvetje v jeseni’ - novella

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6Aext Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

6A5 (ext) Demonstrate comprehension by using the gist & details of a text to compare & contrast information, ideas and opinions; explain positions, events or outcomes; or present a personal view on information provided

Cveti v jeseni by Ivan Tavčar (1917) Cluster 1 Students: • View the video film of Cvetje v jeseni (Autumn Blossoms)• Take notes on significant features and characters • Identify and discuss the main themes of the film – how does the author present country life and the city as it existed before World War 1, what is his criticism of city people and city life, how does the title reflect the story as a whole • Take notes • List the main characters and describe them in a few sentences • Write a review of the film Cluster 2 Students: • Read excerpts from the story Cvetje v jeseni • Answer factual and interpretative questions on the characters and events • Prepare a role play of a scene from the story with an introduction which draws the attention of the audience to the significance of the scene, for example, the hero is asking Meta to come and live in the city

Grammar Nouns: declensions Adjectives: definite/indefinite Pronoun: indefinite, relative Verbs: tenses, gerunds – past, present, reflexive Direct and indirect speech Compound sentences Vocabulary Vocabulary from the story Cvetje v jeseni Text types Video-film review note excerpt introduction

6A5 (ext) Students write a review of the film

Books Cvetje v jeseni Pregled slovenskega slovstva Video films Cvetje v jeseni

6A6 (ext) Participate in conversations, discussions, role-plays, interviews & oral presentations which involve presenting a point of view, persuading, explaining causes & consequences, or negotiating a solution about an issue

6A6 (ext) Students prepare a role play of a

scene from the story

SLOVENIAN Theme: Slovenian Literature Topic: “Ukijev srečni dan”- short story

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6Aext Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A7 (ext) Describe & comment on themes & fictional texts (including extracts from literature); identify & explain features such as the writer’s purpose, aspects of style & structure, & cultural perspectives 6A8 (ext) Write about 250 words on a topic related to personal experience or an area of general interest, presenting a personal view or a simple argument on an issue based on evidence, or a personal perspective in a factual or imaginative piece

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS “Ukijev srečni dan” by Evald Flisar (2000) Cluster 1 Students: • Listen to an introduction into the work of Evald Flisar, a contemporary best-selling author • This is a short story (7 pages) from the author’s collection of short stories Zgodbe s poti, Tales of Wandering (2000) • Read the story Ukijev srečni dan (Uki’s Lucky Day) • Take notes on characters and events and the lifestyle of people who live there • Discuss the questions: why do westerners travel to such countries? What is the likely outcome if they come too close? Is it true that west is west and east is east and the twain shall never meet? • Write an article based on personal experience or the experience of the writer in the story which comes to grips with this question Cluster 2 Students: • Discuss the story from a number of aspects: author’s purpose, aspects of style and structure, cultural perspective, the ending • Take notes and write a review OR • Write a post script to the story. The writer has told you the story and you respond to it from your own, personal point of view

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: declensions neuter nouns – modification of stem Adjectives: using the comparative and constructions Pronouns: of totality Verbs: tenses, past participle active and passive Vocabulary Vocabulary of the short story

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 6A7 (ext) Students write an article based on personal experience or the experience of the writer in the story

RESOURCES

Books Evald Flisar: Ukijev srečni dan (From Zgodbe s poti) From the Heart of Europe

Text types Story Article Post script

6A8 (ext) Students write a review of the story OR Students write a post script to the story; the writer has told you the story and you respond to it from your own, personal point of view

SLOVENIAN Theme: Slovenian Literature Topic: Early Slovenian Literature

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 5A Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 5A1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension by identifying main ideas & some related details in spoken texts in order to use the information, for example by selecting from alternatives, responding to instructions, completing a table/survey proforma/summary, answering questions 5A2 (speaking) Provide & exchange information in dialogues, role-plays, interviews & oral presentations through such means as making arrangements, participating in transactions, providing explanations, reasons & simple opinions, or justifying choices

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LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: gender, number Pronouns: possessive, interrogative Adverbs: interrogative Verbs: future tense, of motion, verbs – to come, to be happy, to shine, to drink, to swim, Prepositions: primary Word order Vocabulary

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

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Traditional folk poems and songs Cluster 1 Students: • Listen to a talk on Slovenian folk songs, the range of themes and collections available, which songs are well-known; such as - Prišla bo pomlad, Sem deklica mlada vesela, Na planin’cah luštno biti, Barčica po morju plava • Listen to and read selected traditional folk songs and poems • Note vocabulary and expressions • Answer questions about their meaning • Recite or sing selected folk songs Cluster 2 Students: • Select a range of folk songs for a performance item at a concert or radio program – write a brief script about the songs, providing the names, commenting on what they are about, and perform or record the songs OR • Rehearse and recite a folk poem

Books 5A1 (listening) Students recite or sing selected folk songs Tristo narodnih Slovenian Literary Reader Slovenian Folk Songs Teacher generated materials Websites www.thezaurus.com Audio 5A2 (speaking) Students write a brief script about the songs, providing the names, commenting on what they are about, and perform or record the songs Ljubljanske madrigalisti
Slovene national and folk songs Slovenske ljudske pesmi

Vocabulary in the folk songs and poems Text types Talk Folk song Radio script Radio program

SLOVENIAN Theme: Slovenian Literature Topic: Early Slovenian Literature

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 5A Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 5A 3 (reading) Demonstrate comprehension of key points in a short text of about 200 words by using the information in a different format, for example to produce a list of main points, a simple report, or a simple evaluative comment 5A 4 (writing) Write about 100-150 words in a logical sequence of simple linked sentences to convey information, ideas, plans or opinions, or to describe an event or experience

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Valentin Vodnik (1758-1819) Cluster 3 Students: • Hear a talk about events in Slovenian history during the nineteenth century and the awakening of national consciousness throughout Europe • Read a text about the significance of this writer, who wrote the first poetry of Slovenian cultural identity • Read the poems “Dramilo” and “Zadovoljni Krajnc”with translations • Answer questions about the text and the poems Cluster 4: Students: • Write a short summary about Vodnik’s work based on the text and the poems • Write a short radio script about Vodnik and include reading his poems

Books Grammar Nouns:declensions, number, accusative case, genitive case, Verbs: past tense, Verbs – to live, to develop, to be born, to publish, to be of significance Adverbs: time, place Prepositions: primary Vocabulary Vocabulary in the text about Vodnik and selected poems Text types Talk Poem Summary Radio script 5A 3 (reading) Students answer questions about the text and the poems of Valentin Vodnik Slovenian Literary Reader Pregled slovenskega slovstva Slovenska leposlovna književnost

5A 4 (writing) Students write a short summary about Vodnik’s work based on the text and the poems OR Students write a short radio script about Vodnik and include reading his poems

SLOVENIAN Theme: Slovenian Literature Topic: Slovenian myths and legends

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 4A Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

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4A 1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of both the gist & detail in short texts by contributing turns in a conversation or role-play, answering questions, following instructions, making choices, creating captions, matching items or completing grids & tables 4A 2 (speaking) Make simple statements, request information & use routine phrases in short exchanges such as conversations & role-plays, and in oral presentations

Background Cluster 1 Students: • Read a short history of Slovenia, the history of Slovenian folktales, read about a collection of folktales which trace Slovenia’s history through the tales • Are given a talk on myths, archetypes, genre and oral tradition of folktales • Read about Slavic mythology in general, refer to Slovenian mythology on the Web http://us.geocities.com/mesnjak2002/index.html • Look at the web site and list the names of the Slovenian gods • Complete a chart of the Slavic gods from a short text • Read a myth on how the Karst was created, “Kako je nastal Kras”, or how rye was brought to the Koroška region, “Pravljica o Dravi” • Answer multiple choice questions about the myth Cluster 2 Students • Read, rehearse and perform a dramatised version of a folktale or a legend; select from myths in the Slovenian Literary Reader, such as: Žal Žene, Kralj Matjaž, Sedem let pri beli kači, Pastirček

Grammar Nouns: genders, number, declension agreement with adjectives, accusative case, locative case Verbs: conjugations, past tense, verbs – to be named, to be created, to see, to come about, Prepositions: spatial Direct and indirect speech Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions in text about mythology and the selected myths Text types Folktale Talk Chart Myth Performance

Books 4A 1 (listening) Students complete a chart of the Slavic gods from a short text Students answer multiple choice questions about a myth Slovenian Literary Reader Vilenica, 1999 Slovenske Ljudske pripovedke Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Slovene: A Comprehensive Grammar Web sites 4A 2 (speaking) Students perform a dramatised version of a folktale or a legend http://us.geocities.com/ mesnjak2002/index.html

SLOVENIAN Theme: Slovenian Literature Topic: Slovenian myths and legends

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 4 Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

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4A 3 (reading) Demonstrate comprehension by identifying the main idea & some details in short, simple modified texts & use the information for a specified purpose; read aloud extracts from familiar texts

Cluster 3 Students: • Read several short legends in the historical presentation of Slovenia through folktales and legends in “Slovenske Ljudske pripovedke” (stories are in Slovenian and English) • Are given a talk on the historical background of the main themes of the myths and legends • Answer questions orally and in writing about the legends Cluster 4 Students: • Select a tale, write a script based on the tale, and perform it • Write a summary of the tale to accompany an illustration of events in a tale

Books Grammar Nouns: genders, number, declension agreement with adjectives, accusative case, locative case Verbs: conjugations, past tense, verbs – to be named, to be created, to see, to come about Vocabulary
Vocabulary and expressions in the texts of the legends

4A 3 (reading) Students answer questions orally and in writing about the tales

Slovenske ljudske pripovedke Web sites www.uvi.si

4A 4 (writing) Write about 50-100 (3 or 4 linked sentences) to convey personal or factual information in simple text types such as short letters, profiles, scripts for dialogues or presentations, narratives or stories to accompany an illustration or comic strips

Text types Legends Talk Script Summary

4A 4 (writing) Students select a tale, write a script based on the tale, and perform it

SLOVENIAN Theme: Health Topic: Food – Source of Health CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 2 weeks

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LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: instrumental case, genitive case, dative case Adjectives:comparative Pronouns: declension of personal, indefinite Numerals: cardinal Verbs: imperative mood, future tense,past tenses Adverbs: negative, indefinite Prepositions: expressing comparison Word order Vocabulary Vocabulary of food, diet and in text of articles Text types Summary Recipe Menu Role play Interview

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 6A1 Students write a summary of the article about the healthy diet

RESOURCES

6A1 Demonstrate comprehension of the gist of a text & of specific items of information & opinions, by using information, for example to make decisions, solve a problem, write a summary, outline the pros & cons, or prepare a visual or tabulated presentation.

Food for health Cluster 1 Students: • Discuss what is a healthy diet • Listen and read the article on healthy eating • Note new vocabulary and expressions in the text • “Kako jemo, da ohranjamo zdravje?” • Note key points in the text • Write a summary of the article Cluster 2 Students: • Read through recipes recommended for healthy eating for adults and children • Write a role play about discussing a healthy diet include: a healthy menu for visitors for the day at your home: for example - plan and write out a menu for the whole day for relatives who are coming to stay for the weekend; they have two young children: include snacks between the three main meals OR Write and perform an interview about healthy diet, based on the article read and other articles on health on Web site www.med.over.net refer to the section on health literature –several books are published on this Web site

Books Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Ali znamo jesti? Web sites http://med.over.net/index .php www.thezaurus.com

6A2 Participate in conversations, discussions, interviews & presentations which inform, compare, plan, make arrangements, state a viewpoint or explain a process or point of view

6A2 Students write a role play about discussing a healthy diet OR Students write and perform an interview about healthy diet

SLOVENIAN Theme: Health Topic: Food –Source of health CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 2 weeks

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6A3 Identify main characters & events in narrative texts, extract information & ideas from descriptive & procedural texts & use the information in another format 6A4 Write about 200-250 words in such text types and letters, messages, scripts for a speech or sketch, reports, journal entries or stories to recall personal experiences, relate aspirations, report on lifestyles, make choices, explain, summarise, draw conclusions or express a personal point of view

Cluster 1 Students: • Listen and read selected sections of text on the benefits of eating fruit “Eno jabolko na dan…”(An Apple a Day) • Answer questions about the text orally and in writing • Extract the following information from the text, take notes and compile tables on: 1. Seasons and the fruits available 2. Ways to serve fruit during the day, and with meals 3. Read and take notes on the benefits of fruit juices in reference book “Sveži sokovi…” - compile a chart on the benefits of drinking fresh fruit and vegetable juices Cluster 2 Students: • Write a script for an interview, or a radio report on the benefits of fruit based on the text “Eno jabolko na dan…” and reference to other related article on www.med.over.net OR • Write a role play about discussing health and how to improve it with more fruit, and the benefits of eating fruit, your friend doesn’t eat much fresh food Note – several books containing many articles on health and diet are www.med.over.net

Grammar Nouns: instrumental case, genitive case, dative case Adjectives: comparative Pronouns: declension of personal, indefinite Numerals: cardinal Verbs: conditional tense, present participle active Adverbs: comparative Prepositions: expressing comparison, intention Word order Vocabulary Vocabulary of food, diet and in text of articles Text types Notes Chart Script Radio report Role play

Books 6A3 Students compile information charts on fruits and juices and the benefits Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Učimo se slovenščino Ali znamo jesti? Sveži zelenjavni in sadni sokovi Web sites www.med.over.net www.thezaurus.com 6A4 Students write a script for an interview, or a radio report on the benefits of fruit OR Students write a role play about discussing health and how to improve it with more fruit, and the benefits of eating fruit, your friend doesn’t eat much fresh food

SLOVENIAN Theme: Health Topic: Addiction CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6Aext Topic Length: 3 weeks

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6A5 (ext) Demonstrate comprehension by using the gist & details of a text to compare & contrast information, ideas and opinions; explain positions, events or outcomes; or present a personal view on information provided 6A6 (ext) Participate in conversations, discussions, roleplays, interviews & oral presentations which involve presenting a point of view, persuading, explaining causes & consequences, or negotiating a solution about an issue

Smoking Cluster 1 Students: • Read article on smoking “Mladi in kajenje” (Youth and Smoking)www.med.over.net • Take notes about the problems of smoking. Include the following in the article: what are the death statistics, what are the effects of smoking, on children in the home, what other dangers, the programs available to stop • Write a report on smoking and youth – express own opinion on the health issues Drug Addiction Cluster 2 Students: • Read article on drug addiction in Slovenia “Mladi in droge” (Youth and Drugs) www.med.over.net • Take notes about the problems of drugs. Read through the various sections from the Web about the issues. Include the following: information about drugs, the damage caused with usage, the effects, the programs available to help • Write a report on drugs and youth

Grammar Nouns: declensions Adjectives: possessive Pronouns: indefinite, possessive Verbs: past tenses future tense, reflexive verbs, Adverbs: interrogative, of time, manner Prepositions: intention, quantifying, Conjunctions Complex sentences Vocabulary Vocabulary about smoking and drug addiction Text types Notes Report

6A5 (ext) Students write a report on smoking and youth – express own opinion on the health issues

Books Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Učimo se slovenščino Web sites http://med.over.net/index.ph p www.thezaurus.com

6A6 (ext) Students write a report on drugs and youth

SLOVENIAN Theme: Health Topic: Food of Slovenia CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6Aext Topic Length: 2 weeks

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6A7 (ext) Describe & comment on themes & fictional texts (including extracts from literature); identify & explain features such as the writer’s purpose, aspects of style & structure, & cultural perspectives 6A8 (ext) Write about 250 words on a topic related to personal experience or an area of general interest, presenting a personal view or a simple argument on an issue based on evidence, or a personal perspective in a factual or imaginative piece

Traditional food Cluster 1 Students: • Read articles “Prehranske navade v Sloveniji”(Eating Habits in Slovenia) www.med.over.net and “Slovenska Kuhinja” (Slovenian cuisine) www.kulinarika.net • Identify the main points of the first article • What is the purpose of the article? What is the writer recommending? • What does the author of the second article recommend for today’s life style and adapting traditional foods? • Write a review for a magazine on Slovenian cuisine include other articles about health trends today on www.med.over.net Fast food Cluster 2 Students: • Read article “Tudi hitra hrana je lahko zdrava”, (Fast food can also be healthy) – on www.med.over.net • Take notes of the listed advantages and advantages • What evidence is provided, and what is the opinion of the writer • What is your view of the arguments • Write a report on this article

Grammar Nouns: declensions Adjectives: possessive Pronouns: indefinite, possessive Verbs: past tenses future tense, reflexive verbs, Adverbs: interrogative, of time, manner Prepositions: intention, quantifying, Conjunctions Complex sentences Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions of food, cuisine Text types Article Report

Books 6A7 (ext) Students write a review for a magazine on Slovenian cuisine Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Slovenska Kuhinja Web sites http://med.over.net/ind ex.php www.kulinarika.net www.thezaurus.com 6A8 (ext) Students write a report on this article about fast food in Slovenia

SLOVENIAN Theme: Health Topic: At the dentist CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 5A Topic Length: 2 weeks

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CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

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5A1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension by identifying main ideas & some related details in spoken texts in order to use the information, for example by selecting from alternatives, responding to instructions, completing a table/survey proforma/summary, answering questions 5A2 (speaking) Provide & exchange information in dialogues, role-plays, interviews & oral presentations through such means as making arrangements, participating in transactions, providing explanations, reasons & simple opinions, or justifying choices

A the Dentist Cluster 1 Students: • Listen and read the conversation text “Pri • zobozdravniku” – At the dentist • Note the new vocabulary and expressions • Complete a multiple choice exercise on the text • Answer questions orally and in writing about the text Cluster 2: Students: • Read another dialogue about visiting the dentist which also involves preparing to go to the dentist • Practice exchanges in pairs based on the two texts – affirmative/negative responses to, when are you going to…, when is your appointment, how do you feel? • Write a role play of an exchange waiting for the dentist, or with the dentist

Grammar Nouns: declensions Accusative case, dative case Adjectives: gender, number Pronouns: personal, accusative case, possessive Numerals: cardinal, ordinal Verbs: model verbs future tense, reflexive verbs, verbs – to drill, to extract, to be afraid, to advise, to give, to notice, to check Adverbs: interrogative, of time, manner Prepositions: primary Expressions: of time, dates Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions about dentistry and health Text types Conversation Summary Role play

5A1 (listening) Students answer questions orally and in writing about the text

Books Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Colloquial Slovene Web sites http://med.over.net/index.php www.thezaurus.com

5A2 (speaking) Students write a role play of an exchange waiting for the dentist, or with the dentist

SLOVENIAN Theme: Health Topic: The Doctor CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 5A Topic Length: 2 weeks

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5A 3 (reading) Demonstrate comprehension of key points in a short text of about 200 words by using the information in a different format, for example to produce a list of main points, a simple report, or a simple evaluative comment 5A 4 (writing) Write about 100-150 words in a logical sequence of simple linked sentences to convey information, ideas, plans or opinions, or to describe an event or experience

At the Doctor Cluster1 Students: • Read conversation text “Pri Zdravniku” about a visit to the doctor • Note the vocabulary and expressions • Answer questions about the text orally and in writing • List the main points of the conversation and write a summary of the conversation; include the doctor’s treatment for the patient

Cluster 2: Students: • Write a story or a role play about the doctor’s visit to a home, and his treatment of the patient OR • Write a diary entry about being ill at home, calling the doctor, the doctor asking questions, and giving advice for treatment

Grammar Nouns: gender, number, Accusative case, dative case Adjectives: gender, number Pronouns: personal, accusative case, possessive Numerals: cardinal Verbs: model verbs future tense, reflexive verbs, verbs – to feel, to hurt, to take temperature, to advise, to examine, to write a prescription, to give, to notice, to sleep Adverbs: interrogative, of time, manner Prepositions: primary Particles Vocabulary Vocabulary of heath and in texts of the topic Expressions: of time, Text types Summary Conversation Story Role play Diary entry

Books 5A 3 (reading) Students write a summary of the doctors treatment for the patients Učimo se slovenščino 2, pp 68-70 Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Colloquial Slovene Web sites http://med.over.net/index.php www.thezaurus.com 5A 4 (writing) Students write a story about the doctors visit to a home OR Students write a diary entry about being ill at home, calling the doctor, the doctor asking questions, and giving advice for treatment

SLOVENIAN Theme: Health Topic: The doctor CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 4A Topic Length: 2 weeks

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CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

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4A 1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of both the gist & detail in short texts by contributing turns in a conversation or role-play, answering questions, following instructions, making choices, creating captions, matching items or completing grids & tables

4A 2 (speaking) Make simple statements, request information & use routine phrases in short exchanges such as conversations & role-plays, and in oral presentations

The body Cluster 1 Students: • Look at a chart of vocabulary and expressions about health, the body and illness • Listen to conversation text about being ill at home “Bolezen v hiši” • Note the symptoms of illness in the text • Complete multiple choice exercise on the text • Complete cloze activity on the conversation How do you feel? Cluster 2 Students: • Read through chart of: symptoms, parts of the body and illnesses • Practise routine phrases, questions and answers about the chart, orally and in writing • Read the conversation text “Zelo slabo se počutim” • Look at the vocabulary and expressions • List the symptoms, about ill health in the text in writing • Practise in pairs short exchanges about “ how do you feel?” giving various responses, where is pain. • Write and perform a role play, for a pair; tell the other person how they feel today – including symptoms in several sentences

Grammar Nouns: gender, number, Accusative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns, Pronouns: personal, accusative case, possessive Numerals: cardinal Verbs: present tense, future tense, reflexive verbs, verbs – to feel, to hurt, to take temperature, to look like, to call, to examine, to sweat, to have a head ache, to live Adverbs: interrogative Prepositions: primary Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions about health, the body and illness Text types Chart Conversation Role play List

Books 4A 1 (listening) Students complete multiple choice exercise and cloze activity on the conversation text Učimo se slovenščino 3, Teacher generated materials Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Colloquial Slovene Web sites http://med.over.net/index.php www.thezaurus.com

4A 2 (speaking) Students write and perform a role play, for a pair; tell the other person how they feel today – including symptoms in several sentences

SLOVENIAN Theme: Health Topic: The doctor CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 4A Topic Length: 2 weeks

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CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

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4A 3 (reading) Demonstrate comprehension by identifying the main idea & some details in short, simple modified texts & use the information for a specified purpose; read aloud extracts from familiar texts 4A 4 (writing) Write about 50-100 (3 or 4 linked sentences) to convey personal or factual information in simple text types such as short letters, profiles, scripts for dialogues or presentations, narratives or stories to accompany an illustration or comic strips

With the doctor Cluster3 Students: • Listen to the conversation “Napisal vam bom recept” based on the text already read in the topic • Answer questions about the text orally and in writing • Complete gap-filling exercise about details of the conversation • Read the text aloud, and practise, taking the role of the doctor or the patient Cluster 4 Students: • Read again the two conversation texts in the topic • Write a script for role play of being ill in bed at home and doctor visiting use the conversations and vocabulary and expressions of this topic OR • Write a script of a telephone conversation: a friend calls to ask you out; you can’t go due to illness, telling about about the symptoms OR • Write an email to a friend about being ill

Grammar Nouns: gender, number, Accusative case, dative case Adjectives: gender, number Pronouns: personal, accusative case, possessive Numerals: cardinal Verbs: present tense, future tense, reflexive verbs, verbs – to feel, to hurt, to take temperature, to breathe, to call, to examine, to write a prescription Adverbs: interrogative Prepositions: primary Particles Vocabulary Vocabulary of heath and in texts of the topic Text types Conversation Script Role play Telephone call Email

Books 4A 3 (reading) Students complete gap-filling exercise about details of the conversation Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Colloquial Slovene Učimo se slovenščino Web sites 4A 4 (writing) Students write a script for role play of being ill in bed and doctor visiting OR Students write a script of a telephone call a friend calls to ask you out OR Students write an email to a friend about being ill www.med.over.net www.thezaurus.com

SLOVENIAN Theme: Youth Issues Topic: Risk taking accidents CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 3 weeks

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6A1 Demonstrate comprehension of the gist of a text & of specific items of information & opinions, by using information, for example to make decisions, solve a problem, write a summary, outline the pros & cons, or prepare a visual or tabulated presentation. 6A2 Participate in conversations, discussions, interviews & presentations which inform, compare, plan, make arrangements, state a viewpoint or explain a process or point of view

Cluster 1 Students: • Identify and discuss the problems of youth today • Take notes • Read the introduction to the chapter on the risktaking characteristic of teenagers • Take note of new words and expressions and write a vocabulary list • Summarise the advice to parents, stating whether you agree or disagree Cluster 2 Students: • Listen to the two conversations on the subject of motorcycle • Discuss the attitude of the mother and the father in each and evaluate their handling of the teenager • Discuss the attitude of the teenager. • Prepare a statement, expressing a point of view on the issue and giving a reason for that opinion

Grammar Nouns: case variants, collective Pronouns: interrogative, indefinite, relative, Prepositions: prepositional phrases Compound sentences Interrogative sentences

6A1 Students write a summary of the segment Advice to Parents in the book Adolescenca, stating whether they agree or disagree and give reasons 6A2

Books Adolescenca, p 205ff

Vocabulary Vocabulary related to youth issues and texts in the topic

Students prepare an informative report on death statistics, and make suggestions of how to deal with the problem

Text types Conversation Note Introduction Statement Statistics table Vocabulary list

SLOVENIAN Theme: Youth Issues Topic: Risk taking accidents CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 3 weeks

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6A3 Identify main characters & events in narrative texts, extract information & ideas from descriptive & procedural texts & use the information in another format 6A4 Write about 200-250 words in such text types and letters, messages, scripts for a speech or sketch, reports, journal entries or stories to recall personal experiences, relate aspirations, report on lifestyles, make choices, explain, summarise, draw conclusions or express a personal point of view

Cluster 3 Students: • • • • Read the section on the teenage death statistics and their causes Discuss the ways the large number of accidents might be prevented or at least reduced. Read the text on p 208ff Prepare a report on the death statistics and make your own suggestions on how to deal with the problem

Grammar Pronouns: possessive, relative, indefinite Adjectives: comparative, substantivized, Verbs: conditional, modal, reflexive, tenses Particles Word formation Direct and indirect speech Vocabulary New vocabulary in the text of the topic Text types Table Report Script Radio interview

6A3 Students prepare a report on the death statistics and make your own suggestions on how to deal with the problem

Books Adolescenca, p 205ff Websites www.thezaurus.com www.matkurja.com

Cluster 4 Students: • Write a script for a radio interview on teenage death statistics – include which are the most common causes of death in the given statistics and how to approach the problems OR • Write about a personal experience or story based on an accident report from the newspaper or from the news sites on the Web and comment on the problem

6A4 Students write a script for a radio interview on teenage death statistics OR Students write a story about an accident

SLOVENIAN Theme: Youth Issues Topic: Risk takng – The fascination of drugs CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 Cluster 1 Students: •

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6Aext Topic Length: 3 weeks LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Adjectives: used as nouns Pronouns: indefinite, negative, of totality, demonstrative Adverbs: of cause and reason Prepositions: use of instrumental case, genitive case CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 6A5 (ext) Students prepare a short statement of your personal viewpoint on the issue of drugs for a radio program Books Adolescenca Websites www.med.over.net RESOURCES

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

6A5 (ext) Demonstrate comprehension by using the gist & details of a text to compare & contrast information, ideas and opinions; explain positions, events or outcomes; or present a personal view on information provided

6A6 (ext) Participate in conversations, discussions, role-plays, interviews & oral presentations which involve presenting a point of view, persuading, explaining causes & consequences, or negotiating a solution about an issue

Discuss the issue of drugs and what they know of various drugs and their use and abuse; take notes • Discuss the table on p 210 (Adolescenca) about drug use statistics • Draw conclusions about the kind of drugs incl. alcohol and statistical percentages in use • Draw conclusions and make points about differences in motivation in the use of alcohol, grass and hard drugs; take notes • Read the text on p 210ff; add to your notes • Prepare a short statement of your personal viewpoint on the issue of drugs for a radio program Cluster 2 Students: • Read the text on p 211 on the role of the parent in protecting their teenage son/daughter from the danger of drug-taking • Take notes and summarise • List the characteristics of a teenager who is likely to become a regular user of drugs and so addicted • List the advice given to parents of teenagers on how to guide and educate their son/daughter to reach a sensible, healthy attitude towards the drug-taking • Script and rehearse a conversation between parent and teenage son/daughter on the issue of drug-taking:

Vocabulary Vocabulary of texts in the topic

6A6 (ext) Students script and rehearse a conversation between parent and teenage son/daughter on the issue of drug-taking

Text types Statement Radio program Conversation script

SLOVENIAN Theme: Youth Issues Topic: Friendship

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6Aext Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

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LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Verbs: imperative mood, tenses, model, reflexive Adverbs: interrogative, indefinite Particles Word order

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

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6A7 (ext) Describe & comment on themes & fictional texts (including extracts from literature); identify & explain features such as the writer’s purpose, aspects of style & structure, & cultural perspectives 6A8 (ext) Write about 250 words on a topic related to personal experience or an area of general interest, presenting a personal view or a simple argument on an issue based on evidence, or a personal perspective in a factual or imaginative piece

Meaning of friendship Short story “Sošolec Tone” by Ivan Cankar Cluster 3: Students: • Discuss nature of friendship – what is expected of a friend, • Read the story • Describe the relationship between the two boys • Take notes of: the event which destroyed their friendship, is Tone right to feel guilty about his violent reaction, why does Tone remember the event so clearly why the author has forgotten it, what brings the two friends together again • What do you think is the purpose of the story? Discuss and comment on the idea of reconciliation evoked in the story • Have you had any similar experiences? • Write a review of the story; include the writer’s intention and comment on the story Cluster 4: Students: • Write a story based on a friendship, its break up and reconciliation OR • Write an account about an experience of friendship and what it meant

6A7 (ext) Students write a review of the story; include the writer’s intention and comment on the story

Books Ivan Cankar, zbrano delo 22, pp 185-191

Vocabulary Vocabulary of the short story

6A8 (ext) Students write a story or an account about friendship

Text types Account Short story Review

SLOVENIAN Theme: Youth Issues Topic: Leisure time

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 5A Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 5A1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension by identifying main ideas & some related details in spoken texts in order to use the information, for example by selecting from alternatives, responding to instructions, completing a table/survey proforma/summary, answering questions 5A2 (speaking) Provide & exchange information in dialogues, role-plays, interviews & oral presentations through such means as making arrangements, participating in transactions, providing explanations, reasons & simple opinions, or justifying choices

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Cluster 1 Students: • Talk as a group what their family members do on weekends • Read conversation text about what the family will do on the weekend • Take notes about the activities • Answer questions about the text orally and in writing • Chart the activities suggested by the parents and those of the children Cluster 2 Students: • Practice reading the text of dialogue about activities planned for weekend by parents • Practice questions and answers about what they will do over the weekend, using the chart of: activities, days, time expressions • Express preferences for what they would like to do, and why • Write a dialogue based on the given set of questions and answers and perform it

Grammar Nouns: agreement with adjectives, accusative case, instrumental case, locative case Adjectives: preference, dislike Verbs: future tense, modal, conditional tense, verbs – to go, to like, to prefer Prepositions: accusative case, locative case Particles: of affirmation, negation, emphatic Negative sentences Vocabulary Vocabulary in the texts of the topic Expressions of: days of the week, dates and time Text types Conversation text Notes Chart

Books 5A1 (listening) Students complete a chart of activities in the conversation text Dober dan slovenščiina Učimo se slovenščino

5A2 (speaking) Students write and perform a dialogue about what they may do over the weekend

SLOVENIAN Theme: Youth Issues Topic: Leisure time

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level:5A Topic Length: 3 weeks

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5A 3 (reading) Demonstrate comprehension of key points in a short text of about 200 words by using the information in a different format, for example to produce a list of main points, a simple report, or a simple evaluative comment

Cluster 3: Students: • Read "Zvečer v Ljubljani” and conversation “Gremo ven” • Answer questions about the texts orally and in writing • Write a summary of who are the characters and the options they discuss in the texts

5A 4 (writing) Write about 100-150 words in a logical sequence of simple linked sentences to convey information, ideas, plans or opinions, or to describe an event or experience

Cluster 4: Students: • Write a conversation text of discussion about what to do on Saturday in Ljubljana • Write a script for plans for the weekend with a friend or family Or • Write an account of an event or experience on the weekend

Grammar Nouns: agreement with adjectives, accusative case, instrumental case, locative case Adjectives: preference, dislike Verbs: future tense, modal, conditional tense, verbs - to have, would like, to go Prepositions: accusative case, locative case Particles: of affirmation, negation, emphatic Negative sentences Language functions: suggesting, planning Vocabulary Vocabulary in the texts of the topic Leisure activities Expressions of: days of the week, dates and time Text types Dialogue Script Account

Books 5A 3 (reading) Students write a summary of who are the characters and the options they discuss in the texts Učimo se slovenščino, pp 66-67 Teacher generated materials Websites www.matkurja.com www.thezaurus.com 5A 4 (writing) Students write a conversation text of discussion about what to do on Saturday in Ljubljana OR Students write an account of an event or experience on the weekend

SLOVENIAN Theme: Youth Issues Topic: Leisure time

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level:4A Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

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LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: agreement with adjectives, accusative case, instrumental case, locative case Adjectives: rad, preference Verbs: to have, would like, to go, future tense, conditional tense Prepositions: accusative case, locative case Particles Language functions: requesting, expressing interest, discussing Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions in the conversation text Text types Survey form Role play Telephone call

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4A 1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of both the gist & detail in short texts by contributing turns in a conversation or role-play, answering questions, following instructions, making choices, creating captions, matching items or completing grids & tables

Cluster 1 Students: • Discuss various hobbies as a group • Read a list of hobbies and practice pronounciation • Read dialogues and texts about: hobbies, going to the cinema, going out in the evening • Asking parents about going out • Complete a survey form on hobbies mentioned in the texts

Books 4A 1 (listening) Students complete a survey form on hobbies mentioned in the texts Dober dan slovenščina, P 52 Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Teacher generated materials Učimo se slovenščino 1, p 49 Adolescenca, Pp 38-39 Slovene: a Comprehensive Grammar

4A 2 (speaking) Make simple statements, request information & use routine phrases in short exchanges such as conversations & role-plays, and in oral presentations

Cluster 2 Students: • Practice asking each other about their interests, and hobbies, what they do in their free time, in the evenings at home • Use routine phrases for short exchange; requesting to go out, practice telephone conversation and routines to meet someone • Prepare and perform a role play based on the routine phrases, texts read and dialogues in the topic; about discussing going out

4A 2 (speaking) Students prepare and perform a role play about discussing going out

SLOVENIAN Theme: Youth Issues Topic: Leisure time

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 4A Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 4A 3 (reading) Demonstrate comprehension by identifying the main idea & some details in short, simple modified texts & use the information for a specified purpose; read aloud extracts from familiar texts

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Cluster 3 Students: • Read aloud conversation text about going to the cinema • Answer questions orally and in writing about the text • Write a short summary of the text, noting main characters and where they are going in point form Cluster 4 Students: • Write a short script for a dialogue about deciding to go out with a friend: stating where and when Or • A script of a telephone conversation with a friend of where you could go on the weekend and perform it

Books Grammar Nouns: agreement with adjectives, accusative case, instrumental case, locative case Adjectives: rad, preference Prepositions: accusative case, locative case Particles Language functions: planning, discussing Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions in the conversation text Expressions: of time, routines for telephoning Text types Conversation Script Telephone call 4A 3 (reading) Students write a short summary in point form Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Učimo se slovenščino 1, p 49 Websites www.thezaurus.com www.megaklik.si

4A 4 (writing) Write about 50-100 (3 or 4 linked sentences) to convey personal or factual information in simple text types such as short letters, profiles, scripts for dialogues or presentations, narratives or stories to accompany an illustration or comic strips

4A 4 (writing) Students write a short script for a dialogue about deciding to go out with a friend: stating where and when

SLOVENIAN Theme: Ljubljana - capital city Topic: Joze Plečnik – Architect of Ljubljana CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A1 Demonstrate comprehension of the gist of a text & of specific items of information & opinions, by using information, for example to make decisions, solve a problem, write a summary, outline the pros & cons, or prepare a visual or tabulated presentation. 6A2 Participate in conversations, discussions, interviews & presentations which inform, compare, plan, make arrangements, state a viewpoint or explain a process or point of view

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 3 weeks LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: declensions Verbs: past tenses, participles Prepositions: declensions Numerals: agreement, declension CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 6A1 Students write a report about the life and major works of Plečnik RESOURCES

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Cluster 1 Students: • Read about architect Joze Plečnik (18721957) who has had the most influence and transformed Ljubljana - capital city of Slovenia • Look at the tour of the city on the Web site • Locate where his many buildings and monuments are in the city centre on the map with his works highlighted • View video tape of Plečnik’s life and work and take notes on the narrative of the tape • Write a report about his life story in point form and list his major works Cluster 2 Students: • Write, rehearse and present an interview, providing questions and responses about the work of Plečnik and his significance as a leading and visionary European architect OR • Give a talk on Plečnik’s and his work – why is the city called Plečnik’s Ljubljana?

Books Jože Plečnik Plečnikova Ljubljana Slovenia - A Tourist Guide Ljubljana City Guide Ljubljanske metamorforze Joze Plečnik, moderni klasik Journals Slovenija Rodna Gruda Web sites www.ljubljana.si www.thezaurus.com www.geocities.com/ljubljanalife/ Ljpast.htm www.ljs.si/slo/ljubljana/plecnik. html

Vocabulary Vocabulary related to the topic Text types Map Summary Video tape Interview Talk 6A2 Students present an interview about Plečnik OR Students give a talk about the importance of the architect of Ljubljana

Video films Kamniti Pygmalion: Jože Plečnik

SLOVENIAN Theme: Ljubljana – capital city Topic: Joze Plecnik – Architect of Ljubljana

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 3 weeks

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6A3 Identify main characters & events in narrative texts, extract information & ideas from descriptive & procedural texts & use the information in another format

Cluster 3 Students: • Read several texts on Plečnik’s life work; in Austria, Czech R. and Slovenia • Note his major works and summarize his opus in Ljubljana – include his incorporation and integration of styles, modernism, urban planning concepts and design • Write a radio script on Plečnik’s work Cluster 4 Students: • OR • OR • Write a television or video script about Jože Plečnik and his work with accompanying images selected from the Web Write an article for a travel magazine about Jože Plečnik’s work - where to see it in Ljubljana and in Slovenia Write a report/talk on the genius of Jože Plečnik – his place as a great European architect of the modern era

Grammar Verbs: past tenses, Adjectives: comparative, superlative, definite, indefinite Adverbs: predicative Pronouns: indefinite

6A3 Students write a radio script on Plečnik’s work

Books Jože Plečnik Plečnikova Ljubljana Slovenia - A Tourist Guide Ljubljana City Guide Ljubljanske metamorforze Joze Plečnik, moderni klasik

6A4 write about 200-250 words in such text types and letters, messages, scripts for a speech or sketch, reports, journal entries or stories to recall personal experiences, relate aspirations, report on lifestyles, make choices, explain, summarise, draw conclusions or express a personal point of view

Vocabulary New vocabulary of the texts in the topic Text types Radio script Report Talk Article Television script Video script

6A4 Students write a report /talk on the genius of Jože Plečnik OR Students write an article on Jože Plečnik’s work for a travel magazine OR Students write a television or video script about Jože Plečnik

SLOVENIAN Theme: Ljubljana – capital city Topic: In Ljubljana CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A5 (ext) Demonstrate comprehension by using the gist & details of a text to compare & contrast information, ideas and opinions; explain positions, events or outcomes; or present a personal view on information provided

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6Aext Topic Length: 3 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: plural, collective, case variants Pronouns: interrogative, personal Word formation Vocabulary Vocabulary of the narrative

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Cluster 1 Students: • Read selected texts about Ljubljana: research on the Web about commerce and cultural events in the city • Take notes on: its history, population, suburbs, attractions – cultural and commercial scene • Summarise various texts and write a profile of the city for a magazine Cluster 2 Students: • • • OR • OR • Write a role play about persuading a friend to come with you this year for a holiday in Ljubljana – he/she think they cant take time off from work and have some deadlines to meet Write a television script to present features of the city

Books 6A5 (ext) Students write a profile of the city for a magazine Lonely Planet GuideSlovenia Slovenia – Tourist Guide Slovenija - Turistični vodnik Zakladi Tisočletij Bela Ljubljana Ljubljana A-Ž Ljubljana City Guide Video films Ljubljana Moja Slovenija

6A6 (ext) Participate in conversations, discussions, role-plays, interviews & oral presentations which involve presenting a point of view, persuading, explaining causes & consequences, or negotiating a solution about an issue

Discuss information they have found of interest about Ljubljana Research and takes notes about Ljubljana, with the aim of giving a presentation on what Ljubljana has to offer Write a radio interview, preparing the questions and answers; for a promotional campaign for the city

6A6 (ext) Text types Notes Article Role play Radio interview Television script Students prepare information about the city for a radio interview OR Write a television script to present features of the city OR Write a role play about going on a holiday and having to consider work schedule

SLOVENIAN Theme: Ljubljana – capital city Topic: In Ljubljana CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A7 (ext) Describe & comment on themes & fictional texts (including extracts from literature); identify & explain features such as the writer’s purpose, aspects of style & structure, & cultural perspectives

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6Aext Topic Length: 3 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: declensions Verbs: gerunds, past tenses, passive voice, supine, imperfective Pronouns: indefinite Conjunctions Particles Word order Complex sentences Vocabulary Vocabulary of the narrative

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Cluster 3 Students: • Read well-known text about childhood memories the city of Ljubljana by writer Ivan Cankar • Read and discuss the story • Take notes of: he events, how does the writer portray the city • Write: a summary of the story, comment on the impression the city made on the writer Cluster 4 Students:

Books 6A7 (ext) Students write a summary Ivan Cankar, Zbrano Delo, 22, pp 29-32 Bela Ljubljana Slovenska Dežela v pripovedki in podobi Slovenske ljudske pripovedke Websites www.svarog.org/cankar/ www.ljubljana.si www.thezaurus.com

6A8 (ext) Students: Write a magazine article about the city OR Write an imaginative story about an experience in Ljubljana

6A8 (ext) Write about 250 words on a topic related to personal experience or an area of general interest, presenting a personal view or a simple argument on an issue based on evidence, or a personal perspective in a factual or imaginative piece

• OR •

Read from selection of recollections about Ljubljana in ”Bela Ljubljana”, folktales about Ljubljana in “Slovenska Dežela v pripovedki in podobi”,book and Web resources about the city Write a magazine article about the city Write an imaginative story about an experience in Ljubljana

Text types Story Summary Magazine article

SLOVENIAN Theme: Ljubljana – capital city Topic: In Ljubljana

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 5A Topic Length: 3 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 5A1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension by identifying main ideas & some related details in spoken texts in order to use the information, for example by selecting from alternatives, responding to instructions, completing a table/survey proforma/summary, answering questions 5A2 (speaking) Provide & exchange information in dialogues, role-plays, interviews & oral presentations through such means as making arrangements, participating in transactions, providing explanations, reasons & simple opinions, or justifying choices

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Cluster 1 Students: • Listen to and read a dialogue about where to go in the evening • Take note of new vocabulary and expressions • Note the alternative places to go in the discussion • Answer questions orally and in writing about the dialogue • Match the options mentioned by the characters with preferences stated by each one • List the events and venues discussed in the dialogue Cluster 2 Students: • Practice exchanging information about what they would like to see – going to a movie, or a disco club in the city, minidialogues are based on Cluster 1 dialogues • Write and rehearse a telephone call to arrange to go out, and state preference • Write and perform a short role play on making arrangements to go out to see a film – use the media events guide of Ljubljana as a reference www.megaklik.si

Books Grammar Nouns: declensions, proper nouns, dual Verbs: reflexive, conjugation types, future tense, past tense, verbs – to go, to come, to see, to prefer, to like, to think, to recommend, to hear about Prepositions: use with verbs of motion, spatial 5A1 (listening) 1. Students list the events and venues discussed in the dialogue 2. Students answer questions about the dialogue and complete matching table based on the dialogue 5A2 (speaking) 1. Students write and rehearse a telephone call 2. Students write and perform a role play about making arrangements to see a film Učimo se slovenščino, pp 66-68 Web sites www.ljubljana.si www.thezaurus.com www.megaklik.si www.slovenia-tourism.si www.matkurja.com

Vocabulary New vocabulary and expressions of texts of the topic

Text types Table List Telephone call Role play

SLOVENIAN Theme: Ljubljana – capital city Topic: Cultural Heritage

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 5A Topic Length: 3 weeks

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5A 3 (reading) Demonstrate comprehension of key points in a short text of about 200 words by using the information in a different format, for example to produce a list of main points, a simple report, or a simple evaluative comment

Cluster 1 Students: • Read text “Zvečer v Ljubljani” about where to go in the city in the evening • List venues mentioned in the text: the restaurants, clubs, galleries, cinemas • Answer questions orally and in writing about the text • Write a script/dialogue, using the text as the basis Cluster 2 Students: • Write a role play of discussing where to go in Ljubljana in the evening (referring to web resources of Ljubljana topic for events and places) OR • Write a short journal entry/letter of where you went for the evening OR • Write a promotional advertisement where to go in Ljubljana, giving details of events, venues, and websites of daily events and information about the city)

Grammar Nouns: dual,plural, declensions, use of genitive case – quantity Adjectives: agreement with nouns, superlative, plural Verbs: past tense. supine Prepositons: used with locative case, accusative case Conjunctions: coordinating, conditional Vocabulary New vocabulary and expressions of texts of the topic Expressions of: time Text types List Script Journal entry Letter Advertisement

5A 3 (reading) Students write a script/dialogue, using the text as the basis

Books Učimo se slovenščino 3, Slovenščina za tujce Websites www.ljubljana.si www.thezaurus.com www.megaklik.si www.slovenia-tourism.si www.matkurja.com

5A 4 (writing) Write about 100-150 words in a logical sequence of simple linked sentences to convey information, ideas, plans or opinions, or to describe an event or experience

5A 4 (writing) Write a role-play of discussing where to go in Ljubljana in the evening OR Write a short journal entry/letter of where you went for the evening OR Write a promotional advertisement where to go in Ljubljana, giving details of events, venues, and websites of daily events and information about the city)

SLOVENIAN Theme: Ljubljana – capital city Topic: Cultural Heritage

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 4A Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

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4A 1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of both the gist & detail in short texts by contributing turns in a conversation or role-play, answering questions, following instructions, making choices, creating captions, matching items or completing grids & tables

Cluster 1 Students: • Read a short history about the capital city of Slovenia, in English for background and read texts from Slovenian Webclassroom Ljubljana topic, Web resources on www.thezaurus.com • Refer to a map of Slovenia, and discuss what they know about the city • Look at a map of the city centre which has landmarks and historical monuments of the city highlighted • Listen to a tape on sightseeing in Ljubljana and locate landmarks mentioned on the given map • Complete a table of landmarks of the city • Write an itinerary in point form based on a dialogue read and listened to, about sightseeing in the city Cluster 2 Students: • Practice short exchanges about seeing the landmarks: asking what would you like to see, lets go, where is…, it is on…, what is there to see? • Write a role-play about planning a day’s sightseeing, rehearse and perform it in class

Grammar Nouns: proper, genders, number, accusative case and locative case Adjectives: usage, declension Verbs: present tense, verbs - to go, to see, to look, to be located Adverbs: place, interrogative Prepositions: spatial, using v and na,

4A 1 (listening) Students write an itinerary in point form based on a dialogue read and listened to, about sight-seeing in the city

Books Ljubljana Lonely Planet GuideSlovenia Slovenia – Tourist Guide Slovenija -‘ Turistični vodnik Zakladi Tisočletij Bela Ljubljana Ljubljana A-Ž Ljubljana City Guide Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Slovene: A Comprehensive Grammar

4A 2 (speaking) Make simple statements, request information & use routine phrases in short exchanges such as conversations & roleplays, and in oral presentations

Vocabulary New vocabulary and expressions of texts of the topic Place names, street names Expressions: of time Text types Map Table Itinerary Role play

4A 2 (speaking) Students write a role play about planning a day’s sightseeing, rehearse and perform it in class

Websites www.ljubljana.si www.thezaurus.com www.megaklik.si www.slovenia-tourism.si www.matkurja.com

SLOVENIAN Theme: Ljubljana – capital city Topic: Cultural Heritage CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 4A Topic Length: 3 weeks

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CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

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4A 3 (reading) Demonstrate comprehension by identifying the main idea & some details in short, simple modified texts & use the information for a specified purpose; read aloud extracts from familiar texts

4A 4 (writing) Write about 50-100 (3 or 4 linked sentences) to convey personal or factual information in simple text types such as short letters, profiles, scripts for dialogues or presentations, narratives or stories to accompany an illustration or comic strips

Cluster 3 Students: • Listen to and read text as a group– cartoon with dialogue, “In Ljubljana” • Underline places in the city described by the guide • Discuss meaning of dialogue, refer to map of the city, locate places referred to in dialogue, • List places in dialogue • Answer questions orally and in writing about the text • Read text aloud in groups, taking roles Cluster 4 Students: • Write a postcard/email to a friend about what they saw in Ljubljana, basing it on activities material of the topic and Web site of Slovenija Post www.posta.si which shows sample letters OR • Write a short dialogue about sightseeing in the city – indicating the names of the sights OR • Write and design a brochure on the attractions of Ljubljana; refer to Web resources, such as Ljubljana City Council’s Web site www.ljubljana.si

Grammar Nouns: genders, number, declensions, nominative case, accusative case, locative case Adjectives: agreement with nouns, genders, number Verbs: to go, to see, to look, to come, to have Adverbs: where, there,

4A 3 (reading) Students answer questions orally and in writing about the text

Books Dober dan Slovenščina, pp 202-203 Journals Slovenija Rodna Gruda Websites www.posta.si www.ljubljana.si

Vocabulary New vocabulary and expressions of the dialogue Letter writing and posting conventions Text types Dialogue List Postcard Email Brochure

4A 4 (writing) Students write a postcard/email to a friend about what they saw in Ljubljana OR Students write a short dialogue OR Students write and design a brochure on the city

SLOVENIAN Theme: Slovenia Topic: Seeing Places CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A1 Demonstrate comprehension of the gist of a text & of specific items of information & opinions, by using information, for example to make decisions, solve a problem, write a summary, outline the pros & cons, or prepare a visual or tabulated presentation 6A2 Participate in conversations, discussions, interviews & presentations which inform, compare, plan, make arrangements, state a viewpoint or explain a process or point of view About Primorska region

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 3 weeks

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Grammar Nouns: accusative case, locative case Pronouns: indefinite Adjectives: declensions Verbs: past tenses, future tense, model, conditional mood Adverbs: interrogative Particles Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions of the texts in the topic Text types Summary Interview

Cluster 1 Students: • Read article on the coastal region of Slovenia, Primorska, the main towns, the attractions and what to see there and do • Note new vocabulary and expressions • Write a summary of the places to visit in Primorska

6A1 Students write a summary of the places to visit in Primorska

Books Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Slovenija-turistični vodnik Web sites www.matkurja.com www.thezaurus.com www.slovenia-tourism.si Video films

Cluster 2 Students: • • • Read article, and other sources about Primorska; reference books, brochures Note the many attractions, and what there is to be seen by the tourist Write an interview for the radio – asking about what can be seen in Primorska ; Koper, Piran , Lipica, Soča Valley, Škocjan Caves, Kobarid, Brda Hills

6A2 Students write an interview for the radio about the region of Primorska

Moja Slovenija Moj Obisk v Sloveniji Istra-Slovenski del En dan v Škofiji Loki

SLOVENIAN Theme: Slovenia Topic: Seeing Places CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A3 Identify main characters & events in narrative texts, extract information & ideas from descriptive & procedural texts & use the information in another format 6A4 Write about 200-250 words in such text types and letters, messages, scripts for a speech or sketch, reports, journal entries or stories to recall personal experiences, relate aspirations, report on lifestyles, make choices, explain, summarise, draw conclusions or express a personal point of view

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 3 weeks

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Grammar Maribor Cluster 1 Students: • Read about Maribor in Slovenian Webclassroom topic on Maribor www.thezaurus.com in English • and www.randburg.com/si/maribor.html • Look at web site about Maribor www.sraka.com • Select an aspect of life in Maribor; recreation, culture, vinyards, education, entertainment • Write an article about Maribor for a magazine Winegrowing region of Maribor – Podravje OR Pohorje Hills Cluster 2 Students: • Read resources about some ; about the oldest vine on record, 400 years old, in Maribor in Sloveniana webzine www.thezaurus.com, about wine and the Hills region on www.sraka.com and www.matkurja.com on viticulture in Slovenia • Take notes on special features of Maribor • Write a report of what interest them about Maribor OR • Write a tour program for visitors to Maribor Nouns: locative case, genitive case, dative case Pronouns: Adjectives: declensions Verbs: gerunds Adverbs: place, manner Prepositions: primary Particles Complex sentences Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions of the texts in the topic Text types Article Discussion Report 6A4 Students write a report about features of Maribor OR Students write a tour program for visitors to Maribor 6A3 Students write an article about Maribor for a magazine

Books Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Slovenija-Turistični vodnik Web sites www.sraka.com www.matkurja.com www.thezaurus.com www.slovenia-tourism.si http://www.gov.si/uvn/slo/in dex.html

SLOVENIAN Theme: Slovenia Topic: Seeing Places CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A5 (ext) Demonstrate comprehension by using the gist & details of a text to compare & contrast information, ideas and opinions; explain positions, events or outcomes; or present a personal view on information provided Triglav National Park

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6Aext Topic Length: 3 weeks

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Grammar Nouns: locative case, genitive case, dative case Pronouns: Adjectives: declensions Verbs: gerunds Adverbs: place, manner Prepositions: primary Conjunctions Complex sentences Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions of the texts in the topic Text types Talk Interview Radio program

Cluster 1 Students: • Read about the history and geographical features of the park in www.sigov.si/trip2_a.htm , look at a map of the Park • Take notes on key features, conservation policy and the natural beauties of the park. Look at the Slovenian Web Classroom on Triglav Park for the resources www.thezaurus.com • Give a talk about the park and its conservation activity Cluster 2 Students: • Read and takes notes about the natural wonders of the Park, the waterfalls, lakes, mountains on the Web resources • Write an interview about what one can see, the numerous walking paths and where one can stay near the Park for a radio program; explaining the importance of conservation

6A5 (ext) Students give a talk about the park and its conservation activity

Books Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Slovenija-Turistični vodnik www.matkurja.com www.thezaurus.com www.slovenia-tourism.si Video films Moja Slovenija Moj Obisk v Sloveniji Gradovi Podobe Posočja

6A6 (ext) Students write an interview about the Triglav Park

6A6 (ext) Participate in conversations, discussions, role-plays, interviews & oral presentations which involve presenting a point of view, persuading, explaining causes & consequences, or negotiating a solution about an issue

SLOVENIAN Theme: Slovenia Topic: Seeing Places CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 Soča Valley 6A7 (ext) Describe & comment on themes & fictional texts (including extracts from literature); identify & explain features such as the writer’s purpose, aspects of style & structure, & cultural perspectives 6A8 (ext) Write about 250 words on a topic related to personal experience or an area of general interest, presenting a personal view or a simple argument on an issue based on evidence, or a personal perspective in a factual or imaginative piece

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6Aext Topic Length: 3 weeks

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CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

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Grammar Nouns: declensions locative case, genitive case, instrumental case Pronouns: personal Adjectives: superlative, declensions Verbs: tenses, conditional mood, reflexive Adverbs: manner, place, time Particles Conjunctions Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions of the texts in the topic Text types Article Story Talk 6A7 (ext) Students write an article on the wonders and holidays activities available in the Soča valley

Cluster 1 Students: • Locate the Soča area on map and look though the Web resources, and reference books • Take notes on attractions, and activities offered along the river and in the mountains • Write an article on the wonders and holidays activities available in the Soča valley

Books Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Slovenija-Turistični vodnik Web sites www.bovec.si http://www.bled.si/ http://www.bohinj.si/ http://www.kobarid.si/ www.matkurja.com www.thezaurus.com www.slovenia-tourism.si www.kobariski_muzej.si

Soča Front of World War One Cluster 2 Students: • Read about the World War 1 battles – in this valley, look at Web site of the Kobarid Museum www.kobariski_muzej.si, which commemorates the soldiers of the Battle • Take notes about the history and include comments on this battle • Give a talk about the significance of this region in modern times; about the Battle in WW1

6A8 (ext) Students write and give a talk about the significance of this region in modern times; about the Battle in WW1

SLOVENIAN Theme: Slovenia Topic: Travel Agent CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 Calling the Travel Agent 5A1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension by identifying main ideas & some related details in spoken texts in order to use the information, for example by selecting from alternatives, responding to instructions, completing a table/survey proforma/summary, answering questions 5A2 (speaking) Provide & exchange information in dialogues, role-plays, interviews & oral presentations through such means as making arrangements, participating in transactions, providing explanations, reasons & simple opinions, or justifying choices Cluster 1 Students: •

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 5A Topic Length: 3 weeks

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Grammar Nouns: gender, accusative case, locative case Pronouns: personal, possessive Numerals: cardinal Adjectives: agreement with nouns, declensions Verbs: conjugations, verbs – to travel, to go, to see, to visit, to like, to pay Adverbs: interrogative, of time Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions of the texts in the topic: numbers, currency, countries, to make payment, dates, days Text types List Telephone call Role play 5A1 (listening) Students answer questions about the dialogue of telephoning the travel agent Books Slovenska beseda v živo Dober dan Slovenščina Teacher generated materials Web sites www.matkurja.com www.thezaurus.com www.slovenia-tourism.si

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Listen to and read dialogue about telephoning a travel agent on the telephone; requesting information, brochures, cost of air ticket, travel to several countries Note new vocabulary and expressions Answer questions about the text orally Listen to text, and complete multiple choice questions about the dialogue

When to go Cluster 2 Students: • • Read a dialogue about talking with a travel agent on which date would be suitable to travel Practice asking each other about; when to travel, checking on dates, giving a choice, asking when to pay Write role play about meeting a travel agent and arranging a date 5A2 (speaking) Students write role play about meeting a travel agent and arranging a date

SLOVENIAN Theme: Slovenia Topic: Where to go? CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 Plans of where to go – the coast 5A 3 (reading) Demonstrate comprehension of key points in a short text of about 200 words by using the information in a different format, for example to produce a list of main points, a simple report, or a simple evaluative comment 5A 4 (writing) Write about 100-150 words in a logical sequence of simple linked sentences to convey information, ideas, plans or opinions, or to describe an event or experience

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level:5A Topic Length: 3 weeks

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Grammar Nouns: gender, accusative case, locative case, Pronouns: personal Adjectives: agreement with nouns, declensions Verbs: past tense, verbs – to be, to go, to see, to visit, to like, to choose, to book, to be interested Adverbs: interrogative Conjunctions: coordinating Direct and indirect speech Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions of the texts in the topic Text types Summary Journal entry Tourist brochure Email 5A 3 (reading) Students write a summary of the conversation

Books Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Teacher generated materials Slovenska beseda v živo Dober dan Slovenščina Web sites www.matkurja.com www.thezaurus.com www.slovenia-tourism.si 5A 4 (writing) Students write a journal entry of the discussion OR Students write an email to a friend about hotel accommodation

Cluster 3 Students: • Read a conversation text about places to see in Slovenia “Poglej”; a discussion on planning where to go in Slovenia of the different regions, the diversity of landscapes; the two characters choose to go to the coast for awhile, look through brochures • Note new vocabulary and expressions • Answer questions about where they will go initially; which other places interest them • Write a summary of the conversation Cluster 4 Students: • Read again the conversation text “Poglej” • Take notes which places will be visited • Write a journal entry of the discussion Cluster 5 Students: • Read Slovenian tourist brochures Kompas Holidays • Read about the places and hotels in the brochures • Take notes on accommodation at a hotel they would like to stay at, where it is, what it offer • Write an email to a friend about this hotel

SLOVENIAN Theme: Slovenia Topic: Planning a trip to Slovenia CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level:4 A Topic Length: 3 weeks

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4A 2 (speaking) Make simple statements, request information & use routine phrases in short exchanges such as conversations & role-plays, and in oral presentations 4A 1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of both the gist & detail in short texts by contributing turns in a conversation or roleplay, answering questions, following instructions, making choices, creating captions, matching items or completing grids & tables

The Country Introduction Students: 1 Discuss what they already know about the country. They listen to a talk about: the country, its history, language, geography 2 Read about the history of Slovenia on the Slovenian Government Web site www.uvi.si in English version (Slovenian version can be read at advanced levels) 3 Read articles about Slovenian culture in English in Sloveniana webzine www.thezaurus.com Cluster 1 Students: • Look at a map of Slovenia, depicts main towns, and the main regions and a list of towns in the regions of Slovenia, bordering countries – location in Central Europe • Read a short description of the location of the cities, mountains, rivers • Write a list of the cities, rivers, mountains of Slovenia • Practise; questions/answers, Where is…?/ I am going to…/I can see where….is I would like to see…. • Label a map of the country, complete a description of the country • Write a short role play about looking at the map of Slovenia asking, where is…? It is located in the ….region Cluster 2 Students: • Read a short text on the regions of Slovenia, where towns are located, interesting places to visit • Note new vocabulary • Answer questions orally and in writing • Write a role play about places to visit based on the texts

Grammar Nouns: gender, accusative case, locative case Pronouns: personal Adjectives: agreement with nouns, declensions Verbs: conjugations, verbs – to be, to go, to see, to visit, to like Adverbs: interrogative Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions of the texts in the topic Text types Map Role play Time line Statistics table

4A 2 (speaking) Students: 1.Write a list of the cities, rivers, mountains of Slovenia 2. Write a short role play about looking at the map of Slovenia

Books Slovenska beseda v živo Dober dan Slovenščina Web sites www.matkurja.com www.thezaurus.com www.slovenia-tourism.si

4A 1 (listening) Students: 1. Answer questions about the map of Slovenia, location of towns, rivers, mountains: 2. Write a role play about places to visit in Slovenia

SLOVENIAN Theme: Slovenia Topic: Planning a trip to Slovenia CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 4A 3 (reading) Demonstrate comprehension by identifying the main idea & some details in short, simple modified texts & use the information for a specified; read aloud extracts from familiar texts 4A 4 (writing) Write about 50-100 (3 or 4 linked sentences) to convey personal or factual information in simple text types such as short letters, profiles, scripts for dialogues or presentations, narratives or stories to accompany an illustration or comic strip

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 4A Topic Length:3 weeks LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 Books 4A 3 (reading) Students write a comprehension text about planning to go to Slovenia Slovenska beseda v živo Dober dan Slovenščina Teacher generated materials Web sites 4A 4 (writing) Students write a short letter to a relative/friend about where you would like to go in Slovenia www.matkurja.com www.thezaurus.com www.sloveniatourism.si RESOURCES

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

Cluster 3 Students: • Read a text on a dialogue about planning to go to Slovenia – “V Slovenijo” where, which towns, regions, they would like to go in Slovenia and when, time of year, season, other European countries • Note the new vocabulary and expressions • Answer questions about the text orally and in writing • \Practice reading aloud in pairs Cluster 4 Students: • Read again text “V Slovenijo” • Write a short letter/email to a relative/friend about where you would like to go in Slovenia

Nouns: accusative case, locative case, Pronouns: personal Adjectives: agreement with nouns, declensions Verbs: conjugations, verbs – Adverbs: of time, place Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions of the texts in the topic Expressions of: Dates, seasons, countries Text types Dialogue Letter Email

SLOVENIAN Theme: Environment Topic: Strategies CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 2 weeks

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Grammar 6A1 Demonstrate comprehension of the gist of a text & of specific items of information & opinions, by using information, for example to make decisions, solve a problem, write a summary, outline the pros & cons, or prepare a visual or tabulated presentation. Cluster 1 Students: • • • • Nouns: genitive case, dative case Pronouns: relative Adjectives: declensions Verbs: gerunds Adverbs: place, manner Prepositions: primary Particles Compound sentences

Read given texts about environment, letters from the public about the environment Note the new vocabulary Answer questions about the letters: what is the author writing about? Write a summary of a letter; include how the writer is caring for the environment

6A1 Students write a summary of a letter; include how the writer is caring for the environment

Books Učimo se Slovenščino pp 87-89 Ekologija, pp 132-133 Web sites http://www.gov.si/uvn/slo/ index.html http://www.environmentsl o.com/important%20addr esses.html http://www.matkurja.com/

Cluster 2 Students: • • • Read again the letters above Take the main points of a letter Write a discussion about looking after the environment and perform it; for example, express the view that children need to be educated at school

6A2 Participate in conversations, discussions, interviews & presentations which inform, compare, plan, make arrangements, state a viewpoint or explain a process or point of view

Vocabulary Vocabulary of environmental studies and issues Text types Letters Role play Email Discussion

6A2 Students write a discussion about looking after the environment and perform it

SLOVENIAN Theme: Environment Topic: Strategies CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A3 Identify main characters & events in narrative texts, extract information & ideas from descriptive & procedural texts & use the information in another format

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 2 weeks

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Environment Protection agencies Cluster 1 Students: •

Grammar Nouns: locative case, genitive case, dative case Pronouns: Adjectives: declensions Verbs: gerunds Adverbs: place, manner Prepositions: primary Particles Complex sentences

prepare a radio talk on: the range of information on the Internet about environment, and perform it • include: policy, implementation and management in Slovenia research from list of websites http://www.environmentslo.com/important%20addresses.html http://www.matkurja.com/slo/search?keys=environment&x=18 &y=9 Cluster 2 Students: • Write a report on an aspect of environment activity in Slovenia • Refer to the books published on the Web • Select from the series on issues of: • the Environment: Nature and Environment, Waterwaters, Towns and Urbanisation, Health and the Environment http://www.sigov.si/svo/innovo_e.htm

6A3 Students prepare a radio talk on: the range of information on the Internet about environment and perform it

Web sites http://www.gov.si/uvn/slo/ index.html http://www.environmentsl o.com/important%20addr esses.html http://www.matkurja.com/

6A4 Write about 200-250 words in such text types and letters, messages, scripts for a speech or sketch, reports, journal entries or stories to recall personal experiences, relate aspirations, report on lifestyles, make choices, explain, summarise, draw conclusions or express a personal point of view

6A4 Students write a report on an aspect of environment activity in Slovenia

Vocabulary Vocabulary of environmental studies and issues Text types Radio talk Report

SLOVENIAN Theme: Environment Topic: Strategies CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A5 (ext) Demonstrate comprehension by using the gist & details of a text to compare & contrast information, ideas and opinions; explain positions, events or outcomes; or present a personal view on information provided 6A6 (ext) Participate in conversations, discussions, roleplays, interviews & oral presentations which involve presenting a point of view, persuading, explaining causes & consequences, or negotiating a solution about an issue European Union environment policies Cluster 1 Students: •

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6Aext Topic Length: 4 weeks

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LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: locative case, genitive case, dative case Pronouns: Adjectives: declensions Verbs: gerunds Adverbs: place, manner Prepositions: primary Particles Complex sentences

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 6A5 (ext) Students write a magazine article about this website which is focussed on Slovenia’s accession to the European Union

RESOURCES

Web sites http://evropa.gov.si/ http://www.ekosklad.si/ http://www.sigov.si/cgibin/wpl/mop/vsebina/angl/i ndex.htm

Write a magazine article about this website which is focussed on Slovenia’s accession to the European Union and the information it provides on the environment; comment on the presentation http://evropa.gov.si/ http://evropa.gov.si/publikacije/zgibanke/okolje/

The Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning Cluster 2 Students: • Write a report on: The Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning; include details of its: structure, activities, information and news provided, comment on the activities http://www.sigov.si/cgibin/wpl/mop/vsebina/angl/index.htm Give a talk on the Environmental Development Fund of RS Include details about the body: objectives, activities, programs, partnerships http://www.ekosklad.si/

Video films Slovenija Smaragdna reka Podobe Posočja

Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions in the texts of the topic 6A6 (ext) Students write a report on a government body for the environment

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Text types Article Report Talk

Theme: Environment Topic: Strategies CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A7 (ext) Describe & comment on themes & fictional texts (including extracts from literature); identify & explain features such as the writer’s purpose, aspects of style & structure, & cultural perspectives 6A8 (ext) Write about 250 words on a topic related to personal experience or an area of general interest, presenting a personal view or a simple argument on an issue based on evidence, or a personal perspective in a factual or imaginative piece Problems of the environment Cluster 1 Students: • Write and give a lecture to the class on problems of the environment: include points on: accession to the EU, assessment of conditions, program to 2008 http://www.uvi.si/eng/new/backgroundinformation/environment/ http://www.useuroenvirofoundation.org/slovenia.htm http://biz.yahoo.com/ifc/si/ http://www.sigov.si/cgibin/wpl/mop/vsebina/angl/index.htm Cluster 2 Students: Write a video script for a video film on the environment in Slovenia about strategies used by the government to heighten public awareness of environment protection include details of websites, publication of reports, articles, production of booklets for schools http://www.sigov.si/svo/innovo_e.htm • LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: locative case, genitive case, dative case Pronouns: Adjectives: declensions Verbs: gerunds Adverbs: place, manner Prepositions: primary Particles Word Formation 6A7 (ext) Students write and give a lecture on problems of the environment

CSF II Level: 6Aext Topic Length: 2 weeks CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 RESOURCES

Web sites http://evropa.gov.si/ http://www.ekosklad.si/ http://www.sigov.si/cgibin/wpl/mop/vsebina/angl/ind ex.htm

Vocabulary Vocabulary of environmental studies and issues

6A8 (ext) Student write a video script for a video film on the environment in Slovenia

Text types Lecture Video script

Theme: Environment Topic: Environment Protection CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar 5A1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension by identifying main ideas & some related details in spoken texts in order to use the information, for example by selecting from alternatives, responding to instructions, completing a table/survey proforma/summary, answering questions 5A2 (speaking) Provide & exchange information in dialogues, role-plays, interviews & oral presentations through such means as making arrangements, participating in transactions, providing explanations, reasons & simple opinions, or justifying choices Cluster 1 Students: • Read texts which give information about the caves on Landmarks of Slovenia web site www.burger.si Postojnska jama Škocjanska jama Note new vocabulary and expressions Look at a map of each cave area Complete a table about each of the cave systems Answer questions orally and in writing about features of each cave system Nouns: locative case, genitive case, dative case Pronouns: possessive Adjectives: declensions Verbs: gerunds, verbs To appear, to be called, to be created, to run, Adverbs: place, manner Prepositions: primary Particles Complex sentences 5A1 (listening) Students answer questions orally and in writing about features of each cave system

CSF II Level: 5A Topic Length: 2 weeks CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 Books Slovenija -turistični vodnik Web sites
www.burger.si www.matkurja.com www.thezaurus.com

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Cluster 2 Students: • Read again about the caves of Slovenia, referring to Web resources www.burger,si and www.thezaurus.com Write an interview script – questions and answers about a cave system in Slovenia

Vocabulary Vocabulary of environmental studies and speleology

5A2 (speaking) Students write an interview script about a cave system in Slovenia

Text types Map Interview Interview script

Theme: The Environment Topic: Environment Protection CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 5A 3 (reading) Demonstrate comprehension of key points in a short text of about 200 words by using the information in a different format, for example to produce a list of main points, a simple report, or a simple evaluative comment Cluster 1 Students: Refer to the Slovenian Webclassroom on Environment on www.thezaurus.com for texts • Read texts in English/Slovenian on 1.how is the environment managed in Slovenia 2.which bodies have been established 3.what are the functions of the various bodies 4.select one body and summarise its functions • Give a report to the class Cluster2 Students: Refer to the Slovenian Webclassroom on Environment on www.thezaurus.com for texts • 1 2 3 Select one of the protected parks of Slovenia Vocabulary Vocabulary of environmental studies, parks, caves, landscapes Text types Report Tourist brochure Grammar Nouns: locative case, genitive case, dative case Pronouns: supine Adjectives: declensions Verbs: gerunds Adverbs: place, manner Prepositions: primary Particles Complex sentences LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF II Level: 5A Topic Length: 2 weeks CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 Books 5A 3 (reading) Students write a give a report to the class on the environment in Slovenia Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Slovene: A Comprehensive Grammar Učimo se Slovenščino Ekologija, pp132-133 Web sites
www.burger.si www.matkurja.com

RESOURCES

www.thezaurus.com 5A 4 (writing) Students write a text for a tourist brochure, about the park, its history, flora and fauna facilities

5A 4 (writing) Write about 100-150 words in a logical sequence of simple linked sentences to convey information, ideas, plans or opinions, or to describe an event or experience

Triglav National Park Postojnska jama Škocjanska jama Write a text for a tourist brochure, about the park, its history, flora and fauna facilities

Theme: The Environment Topic: Weather CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 4A 2 (speaking) Make simple statements, request information & use routine phrases in short exchanges such as conversations & roleplays, and in oral presentations 4A 1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of both the gist & detail in short texts by contributing turns in a conversation or role-play, answering questions, following instructions, making choices, creating captions, matching items or completing grids & tables Cluster 1 Students: • • • • • LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF II Level:4A Topic Length: 2 weeks CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 RESOURCES

• Cluster 2 Students: • • • •

Analyse weather map from Slovenian daily newspaper Delo Copy expressions and terms for weather reporting used on weather chart Read the weather forecast for different regions of Slovenia Compare the different temperatures for inland and on the coast of Slovenia In pairs practice asking each other and answering about different temperatures and weather conditions from a given weather chart of the day Write a role play on asking about the weather report

Grammar Nouns: locative case, genitive case, dative case Pronouns: evaluative Adjectives: declensions Verbs: gerunds Adverbs: place, manner Prepositions: primary Particles Complex sentences Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions related to the texts of the topic Text types Weather map Weather chart Role play

4A 2 (speaking) Students present a role play on asking about the weather report

Web sites www.delo.si www.matkurja.com www.thezaurus.com

Label weather symbols to complete weather chart of Slovenia Answer set questions in writing about a sample weather chart Answer questions about a sample weather chart, practice in pairs/group Complete gap-fill exercise about identifying temperature in different parts of the country from a given chart Complete a daily and a weekly weather chart using the Web site information

4A 1 (listening) Students give answers about the daily weather report completing a table

SLOVENIAN Theme: The Environment Topic: Weather CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 4A Topic Length: 2 weeks LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS LANGUAGE ELEMENTS CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 Grammar Books 4A 3 (reading) Students read and answer questions about text on weather and climate Ekologija pp 93 pp 132-133 Web sites www.matkurja.com www.thezaurus.com RESOURCES

4A 3 (reading) Demonstrate comprehension by identifying the main idea & some details in short, simple modified texts & use the information for a specified; read aloud extracts from familiar texts 4A 4 (writing) Write about 50-100 (3 or 4 linked sentences) to convey personal or factual information in simple text types such as short letters, profiles, scripts for dialogues or presentations, narratives or stories to accompany an illustration or comic strip

Cluster 3 Students: • As a group read text on climate and identify expressions of climate – weather • complete gap –fill exercise based on the texts • identify in the text orally and in writing elements of: weather, reasons for climatic changes in urban areas • read text aloud for fluency Cluster 4 Students: • • • Read the daily and seven day weather forecast Take notes of expressions used Write a description of the daily forecast using the regular forecast from Delo newspaper as a model Write a dialogue discussing the weather Write a television script for the weather report

Nouns: locative case, genitive case, dative case Pronouns: Adjectives: declensions Verbs: gerunds Adverbs: place, manner Prepositions: primary Particles Complex sentences Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions in the texts of the topic Text types Weather forecast Dialogue Description

4A 4 (writing) Students write a weather report OR Students write a dialogue discussing the days weather forecast with a friend OR
Students write a television script of the weather report

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SLOVENIAN Theme: Work Topic: Organisations CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 Get Work Project www.interblod.com

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 2 weeks

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LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: locative case, genitive case, dative case Pronouns: Adjectives: declensions Verbs: past tenses, conditional mood, Adverbs: place, manner Prepositions: primary Particles Compound sentences Word order

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 6A1 Students write a summary about the organisation of the Get Work organisation Books

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6A1 Demonstrate comprehension of the gist of a text & of specific items of information & opinions, by using information, for example to make decisions, solve a problem, write a summary, outline the pros & cons, or prepare a visual or tabulated presentation.

Cluster 1 Students: • Listen to and read text about the web site. It is the largest student and work project in Slovenia • Read the introduction where its activities are presented and note them • Summarise what it offers to students Cluster 2 Students: • Read the profiles of the work team at Get Work on • www.interblod.com • Takes notes about one of the team • Write an interview with one of the team, and perform it

Adolescena Teacher generated materials Web sites www.interblod.com www.ess.gov.si http://www.ess.gov.si/html/elementiokvirjev/F-iskanje-dela.htm http://www.geocities.com/uranic_slo/p ov_zapo.htm ( http://www.ess.gov.si/ncips/estia/lab/v acancies.htm

6A2 Participate in conversations, discussions, interviews & presentations which inform, compare, plan, make arrangements, state a viewpoint or explain a process or point of view

6A2 Students write an interview with a member of the staff and perform it

Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions of the texts of the topic Text types Summary Profile Interview

SLOVENIAN Theme: Work Topic: Business CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 2 weeks

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CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 Books

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6A3 Identify main characters & events in narrative texts, extract information & ideas from descriptive & procedural texts & use the information in another format 6A4 write about 200-250 words in such text types and letters, messages, scripts for a speech or sketch, reports, journal entries or stories to recall personal experiences, relate aspirations, report on lifestyles, make choices, explain, summarise, draw conclusions or express a personal point of view

Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia Cluster 3 Students: • Look at the presentation and structure of the Web site of this largest organisation of employers in Slovenia www.gzi.si • Note the services it provides: business contacts, publications, exhibitions and seminars • Write an article on The Chamber of Commerce and its role in Slovenia, what it provides Cluster 4 Students: • Read about the business opportunities and the information provided about Slovenia on www.gzi.si • Take notes about how business can be fostered from http://www.gzs.si/eng/index.htm • Write a report/radio talk about business opportunities in Slovenia

Grammar Nouns: genitive case, dative case, instrumental cae Pronouns: of totality Adjectives: declensions Verbs: gerunds Adverbs: place, manner Prepositions: primary Particles Complex sentences Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions in the texts of the topic Text types Article Report Radio talk

6A3 Students write an article on The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia

Adolescena Teacher generated materials Web sites www.interblod.com www.ess.gov.si

6A4 Students write a report/radio talk about business opportunities in Slovenia

SLOVENIAN Theme: Work Topic: Organisations

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6Aext Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A5 (ext) Demonstrate comprehension by using the gist & details of a text to compare & contrast information, ideas and opinions; explain positions, events or outcomes; or present a personal view on information provided

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: collective nouns Pronouns: indefinite Adjectives: declensions Verbs: gerunds Adverbs: negative Prepositions: causal meanings Particles Complex sentences

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 6A5 (ext) Students give a talk about the services and programs offered

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Slovenian Government Employment Service Cluster 1 Students: • Read information about the Slovenian Government Employment Service on its Web site www.ess.gov.si • Note new vocabulary and expressions • Give a talk about the services and programs offered

Books Adolescena Teacher generated materials Web sites www.interblod.com www.ess.gov.si

6A6 (ext) Students write an interview presenting what is offered by the government

6A6 (ext) Participate in conversations, discussions, role-plays, interviews & oral presentations which involve presenting a point of view, persuading, explaining causes & consequences, or negotiating a solution about an issue

Cluster 2 • Students: • Read selected texts about the government services for employment • Take notes about the services, information and programs available • Write an interview presenting what is offered by the government for employment

Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions in the texts of the topics

Text types Talk Interview

SLOVENIAN Theme: Work Topic: Career

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 6A Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2 6A7 (ext) Describe & comment on themes & fictional texts (including extracts from literature); identify & explain features such as the writer’s purpose, aspects of style & structure, & cultural perspectives 6A8 (ext) Write about 250 words on a topic related to personal experience or an area of general interest, presenting a personal view or a simple argument on an issue based on evidence, or a personal perspective in a factual or imaginative piece

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

Career Planning and Resources Cluster 1 Students: • Read text on planning your career on www.interblod.com • Note key points about: interests, qualifications, experience, your resume, application, interviews, references, selection of jobs • Write a report on career planning and job hunting

Grammar Nouns: declensions Pronouns: indefinite Adjectives: declensions Verbs: tenses Adverbs: time Prepositions:temporal Particles Conjunctions Word order 6A7 (ext) Students write a report on career planning and job hunting

Books Adolescena Teacher generated materials Web sites www.interblod.com www.ess.gov.si http://www.geocities.com/u ranic_slo/pov_zapo.htm (

Cluster 2 • Students: • Read and research on the Web how to find work in Slovenia • Take notes on :include career information and advice, how to prepare for an interview, employment services, private and public, job advertisements on the Web, • Write a report /write an article on Web resources for employment

Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions in the texts

6A8 (ext) Students write a report or an article on Web resources for employment

Text types Report Job advertisements

SLOVENIAN Theme: Work Topic: Looking for work CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 5A Topic Length: 2 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

Interviews 5A1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension by identifying main ideas & some related details in spoken texts in order to use the information, for example by selecting from alternatives, responding to instructions, completing a table/survey proforma/summary, answering questions 5A2 (speaking) Provide & exchange information in dialogues, role-plays, interviews & oral presentations through such means as making arrangements, participating in transactions, providing explanations, reasons & simple opinions, or justifying choices Cluster 1 Students: • Read an adapted text on how to prepare for a successful interview from www.interblod.com • Note new vocabulary and expressions • Complete a table on points to remember for a successful interview • Complete a multiple choice exercise on the table • Answer questions orally and in writing about a successful interview

Grammar Nouns: locative case, genitive case, dative case Pronouns: relative Adjectives: declensions Verbs: tenses Adverbs: place,manner Prepositions:adverbial Word order 5A1 (listening) Students answer questions orally and in writing about a successful interview

Books Adolescena Teacher generated materials Web sites www.interblod.com www.ess.gov.si

Cluster 2 Students: • Look at several job advertisements on the Web.Select on advertisement • Take notes of what the job offers and what is expected • Writ e a role play discussing a job description with a friend

Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions in the texts of the topic

5A2 (speaking) Students write a role play discussing a job description with a friend

Text types Table Job advertisements Role play

SLOVENIAN Theme: Work Topic: Looking for work

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 5A Topic Length: 2 weeks

CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2 Books

RESOURCES

5A 3 (reading) Demonstrate comprehension of key points in a short text of about 200 words by using the information in a different format, for example to produce a list of main points, a simple report, or a simple evaluative comment

Job interview Cluster 3 Students: • Listen and read text about: how to prepare for a job interview, the basis for a good interview, how to dress • Note some key points of the advice • Write a list of main points for preparation for a job interview Cluster 4 Students: • Read chart on questions which may be asked at a job interview by an employer • Take notes about the most important questions employer may ask the interviewee • Write a short letter to a friend writing a few points to keep in mind for a job interview

Grammar Nouns: locative case, genitive case, dative case Pronouns:negative Adjectives: declensions Verbs: gerunds Adverbs: indefinite Prepositions: primary Particles Complex sentences

5A 3 (reading) Students write list of main points for the preparation for a job interview

Adolescena Teacher generated materials Web sites www.ess.gov.si www.interblod.com/getwork/

5A 4 (writing) Write about 100-150 words in a logical sequence of simple linked sentences to convey information, ideas, plans or opinions, or to describe an event or experience

Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions in the texts

5A 4 (writing) Students write a short letter to a friend writing a few points to keep in mind for a job interview

Text types List Chart Letter

SLOVENIAN Theme: Work Topic: What do you do? CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 4A Topic Length: 2 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

Books 4A 1 (listening) Demonstrate comprehension of both the gist & detail in short texts by contributing turns in a conversation or role-play, answering questions, following instructions, making choices, creating captions, matching items or completing grids & tables 4A 2 (speaking) Make simple statements, request information & use routine phrases in short exchanges such as conversations & roleplays, and in oral presentations Cluster 1 Students: • • • • • • Look at list of professions; and activities of the work Note the vocabulary Complete matching exercises Listen and read text on the family and their occupations Answer questions orally and in writing about the text Complete matching exercises - the characters and their work Grammar Nouns: genders, number Adverbs:of manner Verbs, conjugations, conditional mood, verbs – to become, to like, to have to, to wish, to fulfill Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions in the texts of the topic Text types List Chart Role play 4A 1 (listening) Students complete matching exercise the characters and their work Slovenian Language Manual 1, 2 Dober dan slovenščina pp 175188

Dober dan slovenščina pp 186-187 4A 2 (speaking) Students write a role play discussing what people do, what you would like to to/become

Cluster 2 Students: • Practice in pairs; statements about what people do, questions/answers/ What would you like to do? What does he do? Asking the question about various people • Write a role play discussing what people do, what you would like to to/become

SLOVENIAN Theme: Work Topic: What do you do? CSF II OUTCOMES Pathway 2

CSF II COURSE OUTLINE CSF II Level: 4A Topic Length: 2 weeks

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

LANGUAGE ELEMENTS

CSF ASSESSMENT Pathway 2

RESOURCES

4A 3 (reading) Demonstrate comprehension by identifying the main idea & some details in short, simple modified texts & use the information for a specified; read aloud extracts from familiar texts

Cluster 3 Students: • Listen and read text on about the history of a family from grandfather to grandson and their occupations • Note new vocabulary and expressions • Answers questions about the text orally and in writing • Complete gap-filling exercise based on the text • Read text aloud Cluster 4 Students: • Write a letter about which jobs they are interested in OR • A profile of a family with their occupations

Books Grammar Nouns: locative case, genitive case, dative case Pronouns: Adjectives: declensions Verbs: gerunds Adverbs: place, manner Prepositions: primary Particles Complex sentences Vocabulary Vocabulary and expressions in the texts of the topic Text types Letter Role play/script Profile 4A 3 (reading) Students answer questions about the text orally and in writing Dober dan slovenscina pp 175-188

4A 4 (writing) Write about 50-100 (3 or 4 linked sentences) to convey personal or factual information in simple text types such as short letters, profiles, scripts for dialogues or presentations, narratives or stories to accompany an illustration or comic strips

4A 4 (writing) Students write a letter about work they are interested in OR Students write a profile of a family with their occupations

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SLOVENIAN VCE COURSE OUTLINES Unit 1- 4 (16 units)
Submitted by: Sasha Ceferin To: Venetia Kefalianoss, Area Manager Princes Hill SC VSL Centre Date: 16 March 2002

Signed:

A.L. Ceferin

SLOVENIAN VCE COURSE OUTLINES 1 – 4
TOPICS Theme Unit 1
The Individual Slovenian-speaking communities The Individual Slovenian-speaking communities Family and relatives Australian-Slovenian community War experience Traditions and customs Family in Slovenia Slovenian media Slovenian people in the war Celebrating Easter

Topic

Sub-topic

Unit 2
The Changing World The Individual The Individual Slovenian-speaking communities Customs and Traditions in the Modern World Youth issues Relationships Traditional arts and crafts of Slovenia Surviving customs Teenagers: Social life and leisure Fathers and sons Traditional arts and crafts in modern Slovenia

Unit 3
The Individual The Changing World Slovenian speaking communities The Changing World Family and friends WW 1 and the Soča Front Slovenian community in Australia Touring Slovenian-speaking regions Friendship River Soča - a national symbol Slovenian cultural activities in Australia Planning a trip to Slovenia

Unit 4
The Changing world The changing world Slovenian-speaking communities The changing world Travel Cultural heritage of Slovenia Slovenian media in Australia Migration The issue of responsibility Elements of Slovenian cultural heritage Slovenian media – reflection of community Slovenian migrant experience

SLOVENIAN VCE COURSE OUTLINE
Theme The Individual Topic Family and relatives
OUTCOMES Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 1 Unit 1 Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 2 Unit 1

Sub-Topic Family in Slovenia
LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Adjectives: declensions Pronouns: relative, interrogative Verbs: perfective/ imperfective, past tense Adverbs: interrogative Prepositions: means, manner Conjunctions Compound sentences Speech: direct and indirect Word formation: affixation Function: expressing emotion Letter writing routines Formulaic expressions for greetings and best wishes Vocabulary Family vocabulary Personal description Personal experience narrative Text Types account personal description/ profile story

VCE Unit 1.1 Sub-topic Length 4 weeks
ASSESSMENT Outcome 1 Establish and maintain a spoken or written exchange related to personal areas of experience Task 1(of 4) Informal conversation OR Reply to a personal letter/fax/Email Students: Prepare an informal conversation with your relative over the telephone OR Write an email letter or letter to your relative RESOURCES Letter writing: Stanko Simenc: Pisno sporocanje za vsakdanjo rabo (Ljubljana 1992) Website: Posta Slovenije: www.Posta.si (for electronic mail)

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Discuss as a class the family and the role of the family in life of an individual • List points made • Discuss the role and function of the “extended” family as it applies to Slovenian community • Take notes of the points made • Individually students tell their own story of relatives in Slovenia or Australia and what role they play in the life of an individual • Script and rehearse an informal telephone conversation with a relative in Slovenia Cluster 2 Students: • Read a teacher generated account of relatives in Slovenia or Australia • Exchange stories about various relatives and describe the favourite or the most interesting one • Write a story about the relative, including description and an occurrence that highlights their character Cluster 3 Students: • Learn the aspects of formal and informal letter writing on the website • Write an email letter to the relative

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 3 Unit 2

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 1 Unit 2

SLOVENIAN VCE COURSE OUTLINE
Theme Slovenian-Speaking Communities Topic Australian Slovenian Community
OUTCOMES

Sub-Topic Slovenian media
LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Adjectives: definite/indefinite Verbs: present tense, conditional mood Adverbs: interrogative, predicatives Conjunctions Questions and answers Word order Function: requesting and thanking Vocabulary Vocabulary of the media and the Internet Text Types interview list note survey table web page

VCE Unit 1.2 Sub-topic Length 3 weeks
ASSESSMENT Outcome 2
Listen to, read and obtain information from written and spoken texts

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Brainstorm and list the elements of content and structure that should appear in: 1. a Slovenian community paper 2. a Slovenian community radio/TV program 3. website • Make a list of existing Slovenian media in Australia, print, radio and TV • In pairs or individually prepare a table containing all the elements noted during the brainstorming session • In pairs or individually select one publication to analyse and determine its components • Mark on the table all the elements that are present and/or absent Cluster 2 Students: • Produce a survey form with questions on the attitude towards Slovenian community media • Interview community members to find out whether they read/ listen to the Slovenian media/ Interne, what they like/ dislike about them.

RESOURCES Magazines: Misli Glas Slovenije Radio: SBS 1224 AM 3ZZZ 92.3 FM Television: CH 31: Slovenian program Websites: www.thezaurus.com www.glasslovenije.com.au

Task 2 (of 4)
Listen to spoken texts,(eg: conversations, interviews, broadcasts) to complete notes, charts or tables in Slovenian or English

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 1 Unit 1 Outcome 2 Unit 1

OR
Read written texts (eg: extracts, advertisements, letters) to obtain information to complete notes, charts or tables in English or Slovenian

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 2 Unit 1

Students: Plan and draw up a table – print media, radio/TV programs and Internet - on the components of the content and structure, and complete it OR Produce a survey form, interview community members on Slovenian media and write a short report on the results

SLOVENIAN VCE COURSE OUTLINE
Theme The Individual Topic War experience
OUTCOMES

Sub-Topic Slovenian people in the war
LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Adjectives: possessive Pronouns: indefinite Numerals: cardinal, ordinal Verbs: past tenses, perfective/ imperfective Adverbs: time, manner, place Prepositions: accusative and locative cases Conjunctions Vocabulary Vocabulary of war experience Text Types article account documentary excerpt introduction note poem song talk

VCE Unit 1.3 Sub-topic Length 4 weeks
ASSESSMENT Outcome 3 Produce a personal response to a text focusing on real or imaginary experience Task Oral presentation OR Review OR Article Students: Write an article on the Soča front, based on texts studied OR Make an oral presentation on the effects of war on human lives, illustrated by the poems selected RESOURCES Books: Vladimir Gradnik: Krvavo Posočje Mako Simič: Po sledeh soške fronte Stane Semič Daki: Najboljši so padli Videos: Smaragdna reka War crimes in Slovenia Songs: Oj Doberdob Tam za turškim gričem Poems, stories and sketches: Miško Kranjec: Stara jablana Prežihov Voranc: Doberdob Ivan Cankar: Stotnik

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Discuss war as it is within the personal, direct or indirect experience of students • Teacher or invited guest speaks about their own experience or knowledge of war • Hear an account by the teacher or view the documentary on the Soča front (WW1) • Read excepts from available accounts and discuss • Take notes • Write an article on the Soča front Cluster 2 Students: • Listen to the songs Oj Doberdob and Tam za turškim gričem • Study the texts in detail • Discuss the texts and feelings they each evoke and make comparisons of imagery, tone, context and message they contain • Take notes • Write a review or a radio talk of the

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 3 Unit 1

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 3 Unit 1

effects of war on Slovenian people contained in the two songs

Karel Destovnik Kajuh: Slovenska pesem Pesem talcev En Češnjev cvet Poetom Matej Bor: Kri v plamenih Bela tišina Mati sanja Kurir Lojze Krakar: Auschwitz Dane Zajc: Moja prva pesem

Cluster 3 Students: • Study and discuss selected poems on the war experience in Slovenia • Browse through and discuss several poems • Select two or three, which present different experiences and different perspectives on war and its destructiveness • Prepare, rehearse and deliver a talk, quoting from selected poems.Comment on their respective views of the war and its effects on the individual

Vocabulary Vocabulary of war experience Text Types article account documentary excerpt introduction note poem song talk

SLOVENIAN VCE COURSE OUTLINE
Theme Slovenian-Speaking Communities Topic Traditions and Customs
OUTCOMES

Sub-Topic Celebrating Easter
LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Adjectives: predicative Verbs:perfective and imperfective Adverbs: comparative, degree, superlative Prepositions: genitive and instrumental cases Particles Compound sentences Function: describing, comparing Vocabulary Vocabulary of Easter festivities Text Types account article draft excerpt introduction note radio program segment song

VCE Unit 1.4 Sub-topic Length 4 weeks
ASSESSMENT Outcome 3 Produce a personal response to a text focusing on real or imaginary experience Task Oral presentation OR Review OR Article Students: Write an article on Easter celebrations in Australia OR Prepare a radio talk on the way you family and friends celebrate Easter RESOURCES Books: D.J. Ovsec: Velika knjiga o praznikih J.Bogataj: Smo kaj šegavi? Dušica Kunaver: Pisanica rdeča Niko Kuret: Praznično leto Slovencev Videos: Moj obisk v Sloveniji Peti letni čas Zvok Songs: Oljsko goro tiha noč pokriva Radio: SBS 1224 AM 3ZZZ 92.3 FM

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Discuss what they know about Easter tradition and customs and to what extent they are still celebrated in Australia or their family • Copy notes from the board • Make a list of customs they are familiar with • View segments of video films, portraying various customs • Make notes • Read the chapter about Easter in Velika knjiga o praznikih • Make a vocabulary list of new words and expressions • Take notes to provide the basis for an article about Easter festivities and customs • Write a draft on the meaning of Easter for a Slovenian family in Australia

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 3 Unit 1

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 3 Unit 1

Cluster 2 Students: • Discuss the ancient origins, Christian and preChristian of some Easter customs • Make a list of each • Visit the website www.thezaurus.com, the webzine Sloveniana and read the article on Easter eggs ( in English)

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Discuss the methods of colouring and decorating, including the most recent/modern methods, evaluate the pros and cons of the traditional and modern method Make plans to play the traditional games with Easter eggs, as described in the article. Read the introduction to Pisanica rdeca, on Easter eggs( in Slovenian language) Browse through the book, noting different ways of decorating eggs Tell the class how eggs are decorated in their family on the basis of notes on the Christian and preChristian symbolism of Easter tradition and draft an article on the subject

talk website

Task Oral presentation OR Review OR Article Students: Write an article on Easter celebrations in Australia OR Prepare a radio talk on the way you family and friends celebrate Easter

Books: D.J. Ovsec: Velika knjiga o praznikih J.Bogataj: Smo kaj segavi? Dusica Kunaver: Pisanica rdeca Niko Kuret: Praznicno leto Slovencev Videos: Moj obisk v Sloveniji Peti letni cas Zvok Songs: Oljsko goro tiha noc pokriva Radio: SBS 1224 AM 3ZZZ 92.3 FM

Cluster 3 Students: • Listen to Slovenian radio programs of the preEaster and Easter period • Note the ways the Slovenian community celebrates Easter as a community • Interview older members of the community to find out how customs have been adapted and changed • Write a personal account describing your Easter and what it means to you

Vocabulary Vocabulary of Easter festivities Text Types account article draft excerpt introduction note radio program segment song talk website

SLOVENIAN VCE COURSE OUTLINE
Theme The Changing World Topic Customs and Traditions in the Modern World
OUTCOMES

Sub-Topic Surviving customs
LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Adjectives: definite/indefinite Verbs: verbal prefixes/suffixes Adverbs: comparative, degree, predicative Prepositions: accusative and locative cases Compound sentences Vocabulary Vocabulary of customs and traditions Text Types article interview list note role-play

VCE Unit 2.1 Sub-topic Length 4 weeks
ASSESSMENT Outcome 1 Participate in a spoken or written exchange related to making arrangements and completing transactions Task 1 Formal letter or fax or Email OR Role-play OR Interview RESOURCES Books: J. Bogataj: Ali smo kaj segavi D Ovsec: Velika knjiga o praznikih Reader: Slovensko berilo 1 Video: Igor Kosir, Zvok (Sounds), Customs and Traditions of Slovenia Radio: SBS 1224 AM 3ZZZ 92.3 FM Websites: www.thezaurus.com www.glasslovenije.com.au

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Discuss as a class Slovenian customs and traditions they know and build a list on the classroom board • View the video Zvok, Customs and traditions of Slovenian People, Part 1&2 • Take notes of customs portrayed, under the guidance of the teacher • Make a list of traditions still alive in Slovenia and among Slovenes around the world Cluster 2 Students: • Read selected texts on Christmas, Easter, St.Nicholas, etc. customs from Slovensko berilo 1 and Velika knjiga o praznikih • View sections from video Zvok • Take notes • Discuss changes and variations that customs undergo over time and take notes • Select a particular tradition, for example St.Nicholas, read the relevant section in Velika knjiga o praznikih and make notes on the origins, variations and changes over time • Discuss the celebration of this tradition in Australia • Write an article on the particular tradition for a Slovenian publication in Australia and what it means to people.

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 1 Unit 2

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 3 Unit 2

SLOVENIAN VCE COURSE OUTLINE
Theme The Individual Topic Youth Issues
OUTCOMES

Sub-Topic Teenagers: Social life and leisure
LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: verbal Adjectives: rad/rada, comparative/superlative Numerals: adverbial Verbs: conditional, imperative, reflexive Adverbs: manner, place, time Interjections Compound sentences Vocabulary Vocabulary of teenage social life and leisure Text Types article interview note role-play

VCE Unit 2.2 Sub-topic Length 4 weeks
ASSESSMENT RESOURCES Book: “Adolescenca” Radio: SBS 1224 AM 3ZZZ 92.3 FM Websites: www.thezaurus.com www.glasslovenije.com.au Chat websites: (klepet) http://chat.buy.si www.interblod.com

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Discuss as a class teenagers’ social life, leisure pursuits: how do young people today generally like to spend their free time? • Make notes on the board and copy • In pairs script and rehearse an interview with a teenager, focusing on the question: how do you like spending your free time Cluster 2 Students: • As a class read relevant sections of Adolescenca, Druzabno zivljenje in prosti cas, the introduction and Pop skupine, koncerti in glasba • Make notes of vocabulary and content • Script and rehearse a role-play, making and completing arrangements to attend a concert

Outcome 1 Participate in a spoken or written exchange related to making arrangements and completing transactions

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 1 Unit 2

Task 1 formal letter or fax or email OR role-play OR interview

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 2 Unit 2

Cluster 3 Students: • As a class listen to dialogues between parent and teenager from Adolescenca • Take notes and discuss • Write a short radio commentary on parent/teenage issue of freedom and parental control(Task 2.1) Cluster 4 Students: • As a class read further sections of the chapter Druzabno zivljenje in prosti cas • Take notes and discuss • Give short answers in writing on set questions, and at least 2 longer answers • Write an article for a youth newspaper on: the problems teenagers face in leading the kind of social life they desire

Vocabulary Vocabulary of teenage social life and leisure Text Types article conversation commentary discussion interview introduction note Outcome 2 Listen to, read, and extract and use information and ideas from spoken and written texts. Task 2 Listen to spoken texts, eg: conversations, interview, broadcasts) and reorganize information and ideas in a different text type AND Read written texts (eg: extracts, advertisements, letters) and reorganize information and ideas in a different text type

Books: “Adolescenca” Radio: SBS 1224 AM 3ZZZ 92.3 FM

SLOVENIAN VCE COURSE OUTLINE
Theme The Individual Topic Relationships
OUTCOMES

Sub-Topic Fathers and Sons
LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Adjectives: declensions Verbs: past tenses, present/past participles Prepositions Conjunctions: conditional, of time Particles Vocabulary Vocabulary of personal narrative Text Types article interview journal entry note personal description poem role-play short story

VCE Unit 2.3 Sub-topic Length 3 weeks
ASSESSMENT Outcome 3 Give expression to real or imaginary experience in written or spoken form. Task Journal entry OR Personal Account OR Short story RESOURCES Books: A Janezic: Pot v Tolmin (Vezi med ljudmi 7) T.Seliskar: Moj oce (Berilo 8) Radio: SBS 1224 AM 3ZZZ 92.3 FM Websites: www.thezaurus.com www.glasslovenije.com.au

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Listen to the poem Moj oce (My father) by Tone Seliskar • Discuss the potrayal of father in the poem and his importance in the life of the poet • Take notes • Study the poem in detail and make further notes • Write a description of the father, based on the poem Cluster 2 Students: • Read the story Pot v Tolmin of Anton Janezic • Discuss the account of his father’s life in context f the times, social class and circumstances, and interpret how his father changed in his eyes after their talk. • Give short written responses aimed at understanding the kind of man the father was and central for life he wanted to give his son • Write a short story with the title: the last words of my father OR a journal entry reflecting on the meaning of what the father in the story said to his son

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 3 Unit 2

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 1 Unit 4

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 3 Unit 2

SLOVENIAN VCE COURSE OUTLINE
Theme Slovenian-Speaking Communities Topic
OUTCOMES

Sub-Topic
LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Simple and compound sentences

VCE Unit 2.4 Sub-topic Length 3 weeks
ASSESSMENT Outcome 2 Listen to, read, and extract and use information and ideas from spoken and written texts. Task 2 RESOURCES Books: Janez Bogataj: Handicrafts of Slovenia Berk , Bogataj, Pukšič: Ljudska Umetnost in Obrti V Sloveniji A Baš (ed.): Slovensko ljudsko izročilo Živa Deu: Stavbarstvo slovenskega podeželja Video films: Domače obrti na Slovenskem 1&2

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Listen to an introduction on Slovenian traditional handicrafts and skills that have survived till the present day • Discuss their use and survival into the modern age • Read the Introduction to the book Handicrafts of Slovenia • Make notes on the point of view of the author as regards the value of traditional skills and their place in our society • Browse through the book, gaining an impression and insight into all the areas of daily life and work of a people • Make a list of handicrafts and craftsmen • Discuss the usefulness of the objects, their place in today’s world and/or their evolvement into the modern day and age. • Take notes • From selected segments of the book, write an article on traditional handicrafts in Slovenia today (in English) Cluster 2 Students: • View the video films Domače obrti na Slovenskem

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 3 Unit 2

Vocabulary Vocabulary of Handicrafts and cultural heritage

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 1 Unit 4

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 3 Unit 2

Text Types Article Introduction Segment Script Video film Note

Listen to spoken texts, eg: conversations, interview, broadcasts) and reorganize information and ideas in a different text type AND Read written texts (eg: extracts, advertisements, letters) and reorganize information and ideas in a different text type Write an article on traditional Handicrafts of Slovenia, using information and ideas from the book (in English)

Radio programs: 3ZZZ SBS Websites: www.thezaurus.com www.glasslovenije.com.au

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Discuss the craftsmen you have seen at work and compare the return to such crafts as a hobby in Australian modern society Take notes of any information that they can understand As a class combine the information, and add to the common pool of facts and opinions expressed on film Listen to a re-run of the tape and add to the notes Script, rehearse and prepare an interview with dr. Bogataj, the commentator and producer of the videofilm

Script, rehearse and prepare an interview with dr. Bogataj, the commentator and producer of the video-film, on the value of maintaining and developing traditional handicrafts (in Slovenian)

Books: Janez Bogataj: Handicrafts of Slovenia Berk , Bogataj, Pukšič: Ljudska Umetnost in Obrti V Sloveniji A Bas (ed.): Slovensko ljudsko izročilo Živa Deu: Stavbarstvo slovenskega podeželja Video films: Domače obrti na Slovenskem 1&2

Radio programs: 3ZZZ SBS Websites: www.thezaurus.com www.glasslovenije.com.au

SLOVENIAN VCE COURSE OUTLINE
Theme: The Individual Topic: Friends and family
OUTCOMES Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 1 Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 2

Sub-Topic: Friendship
LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Adjectives: declension, comparative Pronouns: relative Verbs: reflexive Particles Interjections Word formation: compound words Compound sentences Vocabulary Personal description Text Types character sketch letter poem question role-play short response story

VCE Unit 3.1 Sub-topic Length 3 weeks
ASSESSMENT Assessment Task Unit 3 Outcome 1: Express ideas through the production of an original text. Task SAC 1 A 250 word personal or imaginative written piece Students: Write a letter (250 w.) to a relative in Slovenia, describing your best friend, who you wish to bring with you on your next visit. OR Write a story about friendship, illustrating the concept and its importance to you by describing an experience or an event RESOURCES Book: “Ádolescenca” Teacher generated resources Poem: France Preseren: Slovo Extract: Moj spomin na Preserna

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Discuss the topic friends and friendship • Read and discuss as a class selected texts on friendship • Listen to and read Preseren’s poem to his friend Andrej Smole • Write short responses to questions set Cluster 2 Students: • Read the character sketch of France Preseren entitled ” Moj spomin na Preserna” • Write a character sketch of your best friend using the above as a model Cluster 3 Students: • Discuss the experiences of a friendship, its ups and downs • They tell class about good times, fights and reconciliations they shared with their friends • With a partner they script, and rehearse a role-play on a fight they had with their best friend and its resolution

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 1

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 3

SLOVENIAN VCE COURSE OUTLINE
Theme The Changing World Topic WW1 the Soča Front
OUTCOMES

Sub-Topic River Soča, a national symbol
LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: declensions Verbs: past tenses Prepositions: adverbial, spatial, temporal Function: describing, commenting, evaluating, discussing, presenting an opinion Vocabulary Vocabulary relating to performing arts, entertainment, food and drink Text Types article commentary list note poem question and answer response video film

VCE Unit 3.2 Sub-topic Length 4 weeks
ASSESSMENT RESOURCES

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Listen to an introduction by the teacher and view maps • View the video films on the Soča River And take notes • Give responses on the spoken text (ticks, short answers and longer answers) AND • Discuss and write a short article about the river Soča, based on the visual impressions of the river and the commentary Cluster2 Students: • Listen to an introduction to the life and work of Simon Gregorčič (by the teacher) • Take note of important landmarks of his life and work • Listen to a reading of the poem Soči • Discuss the poem – imagery, rhythm, mood, poet’s feeling and prophetic words • Read aloud in turns and study the poem in detail • Write a short commentary on the poem, describing the poet’s feelings

Unit 3 Outcome 2 Analyse and use information from spoken texts Task (SAC 2) Short answers with some paragraph responses Students: Listen to a recorded radio talk on the life and work of the poet Simon Gregorčič and use the information to answer the questions with short answers and some paragraph responses

Videos: Podobe Soče (Images of Soča) Smaragdna reka (Emerald River) Books: P.Svoljšak: Soška fronta (The Soca Front) M.Simič: Po sledeh soške fronte (In the footsteps of the Soča Front) V.Gradnik: Krvavo Posočje (The bloody Soča Valley) E. Hemingway: A Farewell to Arms Poem: Simon Gregorčič: Soči

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 2

Cluster3 Students: • Listen to an introduction by the teacher on the World War1 and the Soča front • Take notes • Read excerpts in Soška fronta on the issues of the WW1, and the Soča Front in particular • Write short responses and some longer responses to questions Cluster 4 Students: • Visit the website of the Kobarid Museum and study the mission statement and the texts • Take notes • Discuss the importance of such a museum as an antiwar statement • Read the Introduction to the publication Po sledeh soške fronte • Take notes • Write an article , on the senselessness of war, using the information in both texts OR • Write an eyewitness account for a book on the Soca Front about the Battle of Kobarid, on October 24, 1917(12th Battle on the Soča Front)

www.kobariski-muzej.si Vocabulary Vocabulary relating to performing arts, entertainment, food and drink Text Types article introduction excerpt mission statement note response website

SLOVENIAN VCE COURSE OUTLINE
Theme Slovenian Speaking Communities Topic Slovenian Community in Australia
OUTCOMES Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 1

Sub-Topic Slovenian cultural activities
LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: case variants Verbs: past tenses, use of imperative mood in reported speech Adverbs: with prepositions Pronouns: distributive, summative Vocabulary Vocabulary relating to performing arts, entertainment, food and drink Text Types announcement advertisement article list question & answer radio interview report

VCE Unit 3.3 Sub-topic Length 4 weeks
ASSESSMENT RESOURCES Magazines: Misli Glas Slovenije Radio: SBS 1224 AM 3ZZZ 92.3 FM

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Discuss what they know of Slovenian cultural activities in Melbourne • Make a list of cultural events • Search through Misli and Glas Slovenije for description of the events • Write a report of a cultural event for a magazine based on a model from the examples studied Cluster2 Students: • Listen to a radio interview on a cultural event • Take notes on important points • Answer questions with short answers and some paragraph responses

Unit 3 Outcome 2 Analyse and use information from spoken texts Task SAC 2 Short answers with some paragraph responses Students: Listen to a recorded radio interview in Slovenian “Slovenian cultural activities in Australia” and use information to answer the questions

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 2

SLOVENIAN VCE COURSE OUTLINE
Theme The Changing World Topic Travel
OUTCOMES

Sub-Topic Issue of Responsibility
LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar: prepositions: comparison compound sentences: with relative clauses, with conjunctions function: expressing opinion, describing, evaluating Vocabulary: vocabulary of description Text Types: short story article discussion note review personal story
postscript

VCE Unit 4.1 Sub-topic Length 4 weeks
ASSESSMENT Outcome 1 Analyse and use information from written texts Task (SAC 4) A response to specific questions, messages or instructions, extracting & using information requested Assessment Task Read the story Ukijev Srečni dan . Give short answers to questions & two short paragraphs & a short extended response Read the texts or texts and respond in a short talk (150170 words), to be read on radio program on Flisar’s story . In the text address the question: Should we always follow our heart when our compassion is engaged? RESOURCES Books: Evald Flisar: Ukijev Srečni dan (from Zgodbe s poti)

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Listen to an introduction into the work of Evald Flisar, a contemporary best-selling Slovenian author • Read the story Ukijev srečni dan • Take notes on characters and events and the lifestyle of people who live there • Discuss the question: why do westerners travel to such countries? What is the likely outcome if they come too close? Is it true that west is west and east is east and the twain shall never meet? • Take notes • Answer questions on the text Cluster 2 Students: • Discuss the story from a number of aspects: Author’s purpose Aspects of style and structure Cultural perspective The conclusion • Take notes and write a review OR • Write a postscript to the story. The writer has told you the story. Now you respond to it from you own point of view

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 1 Unit 4

SLOVENIAN VCE COURSE OUTLINE
Theme The Changing World Topic Cultural Heritage of Slovenia
OUTCOME S Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 2a

Sub-Topic Elements of Slovenian cultural heritage
LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Nouns: collective, plural Adjectives: generic, possessive, relational Word order Compound sentences Vocabulary Vocabulary of cultural heritage Text Types article discussion folk-tale introduction list note radio talk report review song talk

VCE Unit 4.2 Sub-topic Length 4 weeks
RESOURCES Books: J. Kelemina: Bajke in pripovedke slovenskega ljudstva Dusica Kunaver: Slovene Legends Lea Fatur: Dom Dedov Vilenica: “Slovenijo je Bog nazadnje ustvaril” J.Bogataj: Sto srecanj z dediscino na Slovenskem Smo kaj segavi? The European Heritage Days Book series: Medieval Towns In the Footsteps of Vernacular Architecture Historical Parks and Gardens in Slovenia Vodnik po spomenikih Po poti barocnih spomenikov Slovenije The Heritage of Monastic Orders Art Nouveau Architecture in Slovenia

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Discuss as a class the concept of cultural heritage • Compile as a class a list of cultural heritage elements that you consider part of Slovenian cultural tradition and essential factors in what may be regarded as Slovenian cultural identity, for example language, song, folk-tale, history, Slovenian literature • Look up and review the Sloveniana Webzine articles on the website www.thezaurus.com, • Take notes • Browse through available printed resources, taking notes and adding points to the list, • Report to the class about the results of your investigation Cluster 2: Students • discuss various elements of Slovenian cultural heritage, based on the investigations and discussion already undertaken • select individually or in pairs a particular aspect of cultural heritage to investigate in depth (eg .folk-tales, folk music, historical buildings, history) • read the selected article/s or introduction, take notes and on this basis • prepare a Program segment for Slovenian radio of about 300 words

ASSESSMENT Outcome 2 Respond critically to spoken and written texts which reflect aspects of the language and culture of Slovenian-speaking communities Task (SAC 5) A 250-300 word informative, persuasive or evaluative written response, for example report, comparison or review Students: Write an informative or evaluative article for Slovenian school magazine (250-300 words) In which you discuss an aspect of Slovenian cultural heritage

Cluster 3 • View segments from the video film Zvok and the documentaries Gradovi, Domace obrti na Slovenskem, Po sledeh meniskih redov • Discuss the films- the concept of cultural heritage and its relevance to the present • Take notes • Read the introductions to the European Heritage Days series and make notes on the value placed on cultural heritage and its maintenance • Write a review on the series, commenting on statements made and presenting their own views

Grammar Nouns: collective, plural Adjectives: generic, possessive, relational Word order Compound sentences Vocabulary Vocabulary of cultural heritage Text Types article discussion folk-tale introduction list note radio talk report review song talk

Željko Kozinc: Lep dan te kliče 1 & 2 Slovenija – a Guide Andreja Grum: Slovenske narodne jedi Felicita Kalinšek: Slovenska kuharica

Websites: www.thezaurus.com www.matkurja.com Videos:
Zvok, Gradovi, Domače obrti na Slovenskem, Po sledeh meniških redov

SLOVENIAN VCE COURSE OUTLINE
Theme Slovenian-speaking communities Topic Slovenian media in Australia
OUTCOMES

Sub-Topic Slov Media –reflection of community
LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar: Prepositions: comparison Compound sentences: with relative clauses, with conjunctions Function: Defining, developing, expressing opinion, describing, evaluating Vocabulary: Vocabulary of current events, cultural events, individual stories and advertising Text Types: advertisement announcement article discussion note personal story

VCE Unit 4. .3 Sub-topic Length 4 weeks
RESOURCES Magazines: Misli Glas Slovenije Rodna Gruda Radio: SBS 1224 AM 3ZZZ 92.3 FM Websites: www.thezaurus.com www.glasslovenije.com.au

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS Cluster 1 Students: • Discuss the Slovenian publications in Australia and exchange opinions of what they know about them: the content, readership, language • Write notes on the board and copy them • browse through the magazines in pairs or individually and make additional notes • Report to the class on the results of closer analysis • As a class discuss the findings and add to the notes on the board • Write a short evaluative piece on the magazines Cluster 2 Students: • Read an article in Misli or Glas Slovenije • Give short answers to questions and two short paragraphs • Write a longer response (c.160 words) focusing on the role of community paper

ASSESSMENT Outcome 1 Analyse and use information from written texts Task (SAC 4) A response to specific questions, messages or instructions, extracting & using information requested Assessment Task Read 2 articles, one from Misli, one from Glas Slovenije. Give short answers to questions & two short paragraphs & a short extended response Read the texts or texts and respond in a short talk (150170 words), to be read on radio program on Australian Slovenian media. In the text address the question: what is the future of Slovenian media in Australia?

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 1 Unit 4

Knowledge and skills related to Outcome 2 Unit 4

Cluster 3 Students: • Listen to a Slovenian radio program • Answer questions on content • Write a short critical/evaluative review of the program or a section of the program CLuster 4 Students: • Individually or in pairs search the web for Slovenian language and culture websites • Make a list of relevant sites • Write a brief description of its structure and content and evaluation of each website. • Select segments that you regard as particularly valuable and write a short article on the benefits of Internet publication

Vocabulary Vocabulary of current events, cultural events, individual stories and advertising Text Types advertisement announcement article critical/evaluative review discussion note personal story radio program website

Outcome 2 Respond critically to spoken and written texts which reflect aspects of the language and culture of Slovenian-speaking communities Task (SAC 5) A 250-300 word informative, persuasive or evaluative written response, for example, report, comparison or review

Magazines: Misli Glas Slovenije Rodna Gruda Radio: SBS 1224 AM 3ZZZ 92.3 FM Websites: www.thezaurus.com www.glasslovenije.com.au

SLOVENIAN VCE COURSE OUTLINE
Theme The Changing World Topic Migration
OUTCOMES

Sub-Topic Slovenian migrant experience
LANGUAGE ELEMENTS Grammar Function: describing, comparing, contrasting, presenting an opinion, identifying, explaining, commenting

VCE Unit 4.4 Sub-topic Length 4 weeks
ASSESSMENT RESOURCES

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN CLUSTERS

Knowledge and skills related to Unit 4 Outcome 2b

Cluster 1 Students: • Discuss as a class reasons for migrating Take notes. • Read and study closely the introductory segments of the recently published book Izseljenci Take notes and discuss. • Write a summary on Slovenian migration Cluster 2 Students: • Read personal stories in the book Izseljenci • Report to class about about the case • Take notes on the individuals: the reasons for migrating and how they felt as strangers in a new environment • Write a report for radio with the title: Slovenian Migrants in Australia Cluster 3: Students: • Read the poems: Mary se predstavi, V tujini, Danes tukaj, jutri tam, Vrbi, Na Sorskem polju, Oj, zbogom ti slovenski kraj, etc. • Analyze and discuss the personal experience expressed in each poem

Outcome 2 (b) A 3-4 minute interview on an issue related to the texts studied

Books: Izseljenec (Ljubljana,2001) Zbornik avstralskih Slovencev - 1988

Vocabulary Vocabulary relating to the migrant experience

Task (SAC 6) A 3 – 4 minute interview with a Slovenian migrant, focusing on his/her experience as migrant and the question of identity. The interview may involve describing, comparing, contrasting, presenting an opinion or evidence, support a view, identifying, explaining or commenting.

Pavla Gruden: Avstralija ni za sanjace p.96 Poems: Alojz Gradnik: V tujini Medana Mile Klopcic: Mary se predstavi France Preseren: Vrbi Simon Jenko: Na Sorskem polju

Text Types List Discussion Excerpt Report Diary entry Interview Article Questionnaire Timeline

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Select a poem and write a comment, identifying the main focus of the poem and the poet’s point of view OR Select two poems, and write a review, comparing and contrasting two different viewpoints they represent

Cluster 4: Students: • Discuss the concept of “domotozje”(longing for homeland) which is the central feeling expressed in all the poems studied • Discuss the question whether this is the feeling limited to migrants Take notes and make conclusions • Write an essay on “domotozje” as a characteristic and central experience of Slovenian people

Task (SAC 6) A 3 – 4 minute interview about the importance of Slovenian cultural heritage for the migrants and their descendants. The interview may involve describing, comparing, contrasting, presenting an opinion or evidence, support a view, identifying, explaining or commenting.

Simon Gregorcic: Oj zbogom ti slovenski kraj Nazaj v planinski raj Mojo srcno kri skropite Oton Zupancic: Iz Dume (Oj rodni dom..) France Balantic: Sen o vrnitvi Ivan Burnik Legisa: Ladja me je odpeljala p.16 Tujec sem p.30 Pozdrave tudi tebi p.46 Moja nove dezela p.78 (In: V zorenju duse) Bert Pribac: Sanjam o domaci vasi p.62 (In:Primorska, moja dusa in srce) Ivan B. Legisa p.65 Za kulisami (In:Primorska, moja dusa in srce) Magazines: Misli Glas Slovenije Rodna Gruda Slovenija

Cluster 5: Students: • Prepare a list of people to interview and a questionnaire in consultation with the teacher • Conduct interviews in Slovenian, preferably taped on cassette • Prepare a report on the interviews

SAC 1
Writer Language SAC No Outcome Sandi Ceferin, Sasha Ceferin Slovenian 1 Unit 3 Outcome 1 Express ideas through the production of original texts

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Theme: Individual Topic: Friends and Family Sub-topic: Friendship Stimulus materials: Letters to editor (Misli, Rodna Gruda) Type of writing: Personal or Imaginative Task: Write a letter of about 250 words to a relative in Slovenia, describing your best friend, whom you wish to bring with you on your trip to Slovenia. Or Write a story about friendship, illustrating the concept and its importance to you by describing an experience or an event. Task: Write a letter of about 250 words to a Slovenian friend in Australia, telling him/her about your feelings and experiences while staying in Slovenia. Or Write a diary entry about your best friend, reflecting on your friendship and the many things that you share with each other.

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SAC 2
Writer Language SAC No Outcome Sandi Ceferin, Sasha Ceferin Slovenian 2 Unit 3 Outcome 2 Analyse and use information from spoken texts

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Theme: Slovenian Speaking Communities Topic: Slovenian Community in Australia Sub-topic: Slovenian cultural activities in Australia Listening text: Slovenian cultural activities in Australia Text type: Radio Interview Response: Format: short answers with some paragraph responses Text-type: question and answer Listen to a recorded radio interview in Slovenian “Slovenian cultural activities in Australia” and use the information to answer the questions.

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Sub-topic: Slovenian cultural activities in Australia Listening text Text-type: Radio Report Response: Format: short answers, with some paragraph responses Text-type: question and answer Listen to a recorded radio report in Slovenian on a particular Slovenian community event and use the information to answer the questions.

SAC 3
Writer Language SAC No Outcome Sandi Ceferin and Sasha Ceferin Slovenian 3 Unit 3 Outcome 3 Exchange information, opinions and experiences

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Theme: The Changing World Topic: Touring Slovenian-speaking regions Sub-topic: planning a trip to Slovenia Stimulus materials: Articles in Rodna Gruda, Slovenija magazine You are planning a trip with a friend to Slovenia during the Australian summer holidays, after completing Year 11. Your parents prefer you to complete Year 12 and then to travel extensively in Slovenia and other European countries. They think you will more mature then and get a lot more out of your trip. They also think it a good idea for you to defer university studies for one year after completing the secondary education. Student’s role: him/her self Teacher’s role: parent Issue to be resolved: deferring the trip to Slovenia

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Sub-topic: planning a trip to Slovenia You and your sister are planning a trip to Slovenia. You are more interested in exploring the country by car and by foot, your sister prefers the comfort and convenience of a package tour. Try to come to an arrangement acceptable to both. Student’s role: him/her self Teacher’s role: sister Issue to be resolved: arriving at an arrangement acceptable to both parties.

SAC 4
Writer Language SAC No Outcome Sandi Ceferin, SashaCeferin Slovenian 4 Unit 4 Outcome 1 Analyse and use information from written texts

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Theme: Slovenian-Speaking Communities Topic: Slovenian Media in Australia Sub-topic: Slovenian media in Australia – a reflection of Slovenian community Text-Type: Newspaper Article Stimulus materials: magazines Misli, Voice of Slovenia Task: Read the appropriate article in Misli or Glas Slovenije entitled and use the information to complete the given task. Response format: short answer Read the text and give short answer as per questions 1 & 2 & Short extended response: Read the text and respond in a short article (150-170 words) to be published in a weekly magazine’s youth section. In the article you answer the question: do the existing media satisfy the needs Slovenian community in Australia? Task: Read the section on Slovenian media in Australia in the introduction to Slovenska izseljenska knjizevnost and use the information to complete the given task. Response format: short answer Read the text and give short answer as per questions 1 & 2 & Short extended response: Read the text and respond in a short talk (150-170 words) to be read on radio program on Australian Slovenian media. In the text answer the question: what is the future of Slovenian media in Australia?

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SAC 5
Writer Language SAC No Outcome Sandi Ceferin, Sasha Ceferin Slovenian 5 Unit 4 Outcome 2a Respond critically to spoken and written texts which reflect aspects of the language and culture of Slovenian-speaking communities.

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Theme: The Changing World Topic: Cultural Heritage of Slovenia Sub-topic: maintanance of cultural heritage Task: Write an article for Slovenian school magazine (250-300 words) in which you describe a selected aspect of Slovenian cultural heritage Audience: general public Purpose: to inform readers about an aspect of culture Text-type: magazine article Type of Writing: informative Context: student of Slovenian Resources: oral, written, visual texts as studied within the Detailed Study “Cultural Heritage of Slovenia”

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Theme: The Changing World Topic: Cultural Heritage of Slovenia Sub-topic: maintenance of cultural heritage Task: Write a speech for Slovenian Independence Day celebration in which you speak about the importance of Slovenian cultural heritage and its significance for people of Slovenian background Audience: general public Purpose: to inform readers about an aspect of culture Text-type: magazine article Type of Writing: informative Context: student of Slovenian Resources: oral, written, visual texts as studied within the Detailed Study “Cultural Heritage of Slovenia”

SAC 6
Writer Language SAC No Outcome Sandi Ceferin, Sasha Ceferin Slovenian 6 Unit 4 Outcome 2b A 3 – 4 minute interview on an issue related to the texts studied

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Theme: The Changing World Topic: Cultural Heritage of Slovenia Sub-topic: Maintenance of cultural heritage
Task: a 3 – 4 minute interview about the importance of Slovenian cultural heritage for the migrants and their descendants. The interview may involve describing, comparing, contrasting, presenting an opinion or evidence, support a view, identifying, explaining or commenting. The student is to make reference to one or more texts from those covered within detailed study. Areas of focus within Detailed Study: 1. Aspects of Slovenian culture continued and nurtured by the migrants 2. Slovenian media and its role in maintaining Slovenian language and culture in Australia 3. The importance of Slovenian language study for the migrants and their children 4. The role of cultural centres and clubs in social life of migrants 5. Social and cultural links with the mother country and their role in language and culture maintenance 6. Social and cultural issues affecting families 7. Migrant experience in settling in the new country

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