Course code Valo3403
Faculty Faculty of Humanities
Credit points, number of lectures
Credit points ECTS Credit points Total number of auditorium hours Number of lecture hours Number of student independent work hours
4 6 64 64 96
Course annotation
This course is designed for non-native speakers who are interested in learning about Indonesian language. Students will develop the third stage of elementary level (A3) of reading and writing skills. Basic grammar required for 2nd level „A” will be continued. The course will equally focus on listening , speaking , reading and writing throughout the semester. Students will also gain advanced knowledge of Indonesian sentence structures.
Course responsible lecturer Jānis Priede
By the end of the course students will be able to:
•participate in general conversations of medium complexity (Level A4), know daily expressions, and will understand dialogues in day-to-day and press, and written literature context.
•develop listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in Indonesian Language;
•have and use a basic Indonesian vocabulary range;
•To read general newspapers using dictionary;
Course plan
1.Unit 1. Travel. Asking directions 2L
2.Unit 1. Public transport2L
3.Unit 1. Accomodations2L
4.Unit 1. Sightseeing2L
5.Unit 1. Leisure activities2L
6.Unit 1. Travel tips2L
7.Review if the Unit 1.2L
8.Unit 2. Food and Drink2L
9.Unit 2. Vegetables2L
10.Unit 2. Meats2L
11.Unit 2. Saefood2L
12.Unit 2. Cooking terms2L
13.Unit 2. Breakfast2L
14.Unit 2. Common menu items2L
15.Unit 2. Condiments2L
16.Unit 2. Fruits2L
17.Unit 2. Drinks2L
18.Unit 2. Taste2L
19.Unit 2. Notes on higiene2L
20.Review of Unit 2.2L
21.Unit 3. Shopping.2L
22.Unit 3. Basic vocabulary2L
23.Unit 3. Bargaining2L
24.Unit 3. Souveniers2L
25.Unit 3. Clothing2L
26.Unit 3. Sundries2L
27.Review of Unit 32L
28.Unit 4. Practical necessities2L
29.Unit 4. Telephone2L
30.Unit 4. Post office2L
31.Unit 4. Bank2L
32.Unit 4. Filling out forms and Review of Unit 4.2L
Requirements for obtaining credit points
Students’ assessment includes:
- 2 tests (50%),
- everyday control of words (10%)
- written examination (40%),
Study programmes Asian Studies