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Students develop the skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing, and use information and communication technologies, to create and engage effectively with a range of spoken, written, and multimodal texts in Japanese.
At beginners level, students develop and apply linguistic and intercultural knowledge, understanding, and skills by:
Students will undertake 5 assessment tasks from the following 3 assessment types:
Assessment Type 4: Examination (30%). The examination consists of two assessments:
The oral examination is designed to assess primarily students’ knowledge and skill in using spoken Japanese. The oral examination takes approximately 10 minutes and has two sections.
The 2½-hour written examination, plus 10 minutes’ reading time, has three sections:
Students are allowed to use monolingual and/or bilingual printed dictionaries in the written examination.
The Japanese Beginners Subject Outline includes performance standards, which describe five levels of achievement that are reported with the grades A to E at the student’s completion of the subject.
The school-based assessments and the external assessment will be graded with reference to the performance standards.
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