Linguistic Map of Indonesia
What Works 8
International research into parental engagement in education shows a relationship between positive learning outcomes and parents’ participation in children’s learning. This also applies to language learning. Languages education research shows that parents can influence children’s attitudes and their learning outcomes. Yet, there has been limited research on how schools enable or encourage parents to actively support their children’s language learning. Incorporating a review of academic literature and eight school illustrations, What Works 8 identifies ‘what works’ and ‘what is possible’ for schools to empower parents to support successful Asian language learning in schools.
2015 Living Languages: A Special Report on Learning Languages
Why Learn A Language?
Languages: What are they for?
The Benefits of Learning Indonesian
WHY LEARN INDONESIAN - Joel Backwell Australian Trade Commission
Indonesian language literacy: What Australia can learn from South Korea
Ed Sheeran - Shape Of You - Versi Kemerdekaan
DESPACITO VERSI PRESIDENT INDONESIA
Statistical Comparison of Life in Indonesia and Australia
PwC Puts Indonesia on Its Fastest-Growing Economies List
Why the Bloody Hell Should We Learn a Language?
My Favourite Subject is Indonesian
Why We Chose to Study ATAR Indonesian in Western Australia (Extended Cut)
Why We Chose to Study ATAR Indonesian in Western Australia
Banyak Bule Australia Lancar Berbahasa Indonesia
(Many Australians Speak Fluent Bahasa Indonesia!)
Our Endangered Neighbour
KATA KATA SULIT!
Enjoy watching Felipe Valdez, an Indonesian tragic from Brazil who has his own page elsewhere on this website, try to pronounce some very difficult Indonesian (and Javanese) words and tongue twisters. Set yourself the challenge ... can you do a better job than Felipe?
8 Negara Ini Pakai Bahasa Indonesia Sebagai Program Studi
Having personally experienced embarrassing moment in Malaysia by speaking to Malays in bahasa Indonesia, I would like to share the following video which contains 20 words that are common to both languages but have very different meanings in both languages. Some of the differences are very amusing but some can also get you into trouble if you use them in in the wrong country. Enjoy!
Bahasa Challenge : Indonesia vs Malaysia - Same Words Different Meaning
From the same YouTuber, here is another video of some Dutch words which have found their way into Indonesian. Again, very interesting.
Bahasa Challenge Part 2: Indonesia vs Dutch
More comparisons of Dutch words in Indonesian ...
Similar Dutch and Indonesian Words
Indonesian Words From Dutch Language
9 Reasons To Learn Indonesian
The Indonesian Language (Bahasa Indonesia)
The Malay Language (Bahasa Melayu)
BAHASA INDONESIA SULIT, KAN ?
LUAR BIASA!!!Kehebatan Bahasa Indonesia di Mata Dunia
10 Amazing Facts About Indonesia
7 Facts About Indonesia
10 WEIRD THINGS INDONESIANS DO
10 FACTS ABOUT INDONESIANS
10 FACTS ABOUT INDONESIANS
10 Kebiasaan Unik Orang Indonesia di Mata Para Bule!!
10 Julukan Indonesia di Mata Dunia
Julukan Indonesia Di Mata Dunia
10 Things You Didn't Know About Indonesia
Top 10 AMAZING Facts About INDONESIA
Babbel Voices | Does language learning pay off?
The Benefits of Learning Languages
Promoting Language Study to Parents
Promoting Language Study to Students
Why Learn Indonesian?
Politically Motivated ???
Chris Bowen, Pejabat Australia Yang Giat Belajar Bahasa Indonesia
Chris Bowen Learning Bahasa as Shadow Treasurer Talks Up Economic Ties With Indonesia
Don't Let Indonesian Language Die: Bowen
Indonesian Language Assistant Program 2015
Why Singaporeans Learn Indonesian
Why Learn Indonesian? An Introduction
10 Facts About Indonesians
Indonesia: Largest Economy In Southeast Asia
INDONESIA: COUNTRY PROFILE
Indonesia Motion Graphic
Indonesian Economic Data
Promotion & Advocacy:
The following PowerPoint Presentation, promoting the study of Indonesian, has been reproduced with the permission of Phil Mahnken from the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Sample Promotional Brochure for School Study
Australian Diplomats Shine On Asing Star
Adelle Neary and Jeremy Stringer, diplomats from the Australian Embassy in Jakarta, carried on the tradition of success for Australians in Asing Star with their renditions of Bengawan Solo and Bento.