Year 10 Languages
- French 10Fre Full Year
Course Description: Year 10 French at a simple level extends Year 9 French with the emphasis on communication of information in French
Some of the topics introduced are:
- Eating and drinking at home; and
- Getting about town.
Cultural activities such as sharing French food, a film study and cultural work feature in the course.
Recommended Entry Criteria: End of Year 9 French test mark of at least 60%
Next step: Year 11 French
Contact Person: Mrs Lallemant
Students in Years 11,12,13 are invited to participate in a biennial tour to either France or French Polynesia. The next tour will occur when travel overseas is permitted by the Board of Trustees.
- Japanese 10Jap Full Year
Description: The Year 10 course continues skills developed in
Year 9, and students will work from material designed to enable them to
communicate in everyday situations in Japanese. By the end of the year students
will have attained a sound level of basic communication.
Hiragana and Katakana writing systems are used extensively and Kanji is steadily introduced, with material being supplied by the classroom teacher.
Students in Years 11, 12 and 13 are invited to participate in a biennial tour to Japan.
Recommended Entry Criteria: End of Year 9 Japanese test mark of at least 60% and have mastered reading Hiragana and Katakana.
Next step: Year 11 Japanese
Contact Person: Ms Miura
- Maori 10Mao Full Year
Course Description: In Year 10 the course continues skill development from Year 9, aiming to develop student’s writing, listening, reading comprehension and oral skills to a level which will enable them to do Year 11 work the following year. Kapa Haka and cultural aspects are included in the course and topics covered include; formally and informally introducing themselves (Mihimihi), partaking in simple dialogue (Whakawhitinga Korero), Wetereo/Nga Tohu o te Wa (building on Grammar/Tense Markers/Key Sentence Structures), Kupu/Korero Ngai Tahu, waiata, haka, presentations on Myths, legends and notable leaders, tikanga/kawa.
Course Content - greetings and responses, whanau (family), Kura (School), commands/basic directions, telling time, asking where someone is going, asking what people are doing, asking for objects, locations, marae protocol, culture and customs, Quiziet Education Perfect.
Recommended Entry Criteria: Must have studied Year 9 Maori and passed the end of year 9Mao exam with 60% or over.
Next step: Year 11 Maori
Contact Person: Ms Miura