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- 1. Basic Reading: Characteristics 1
- 2. Basic Reading: Characteristics 2
- 3. Thai Story 1: such as ‘In‐Jan’
- 4. Thai Story 2: such as ‘Mai Yaak Pen Khwaai’
- 5. Thai Story 3: such as ‘Mai Yaak Pen Khwaai’
- 6. Thai Story 4: such as ‘Happiness of Kathi’
- 7. Group Discussion
- 8. Advertisements
- 9. Signs, notices, posters
- 10. Thai News
- 11. Thai edutainments
- 12. Review and Conclusion
- Audio/Video conferencing
- Discussion forum/Discussion Board
- Web links
- Audio-Video streaming
- Online Assessment
You are recommended to have completed the following subjects(s) or have equivalent knowledge before starting this subject:
Completion of THAI1002 Thai 1 or demonstration of equivalent level through completion of a placement test. Students with prior knowledge of the language will be required to take a placement test. Students are not permitted to enrol in a subject that is lower than the level they achieve in the placement test, or a lower level than a subject they have already completed. Students without the appropriate level of proficiency for ANU-THAI1003 (Thai 2) will be withdrawn from this subject and we will recommend an alternative subject at the correct level.
- EquipmentDetails - To successfully engage in this subject students will need the following: • Laptop or computer • Computer camera (either inbuilt or webcam) • Headset or headphones with microphone • Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome browser • Reliable internet access • Access to a scanner or smartphone
Thai 2 continues from Thai 1 by introducing students to further aspects of the Thai language, both spoken and written, and developing their cultural knowledge of Thailand's hierarchical and culturally diverse society. Students undertake introductory translation exercises and participate in extended group discussions.
Ongoing study Each week students are expected to study for 5.5 hours as follows: 1. 60 minutes, before online lecture, working on the written and audio materials for the week, and, memorising the written and spoken forms of that week’s vocabulary. 2. 90 minutes, participating in one 90 minute online lecture. 3. 120 minutes, completing weekly assessment regarding listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. 4. 60 minutes, completing weekly vocab quiz. It is also expected that students should spend at least 5 hours of individual study practicing the week’s written and spoken language forms and vocabulary and reviewing feedback on their work.
- Multiple during the semester (Oral tests) (40%)
- Multiple during the semester (Written tests) (30%)
- Written mid-semester and final exams (30%)
Textbook information is pending.