Year 1 English: Animal stories from Indonesia
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Literature and context - Discuss how authors create characters using language and images (ACELT1581)
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English Foundation to Year 10 Curriculum by rows - The Australian Curriculum v8.1

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Kancil Folktales - indospired

Kancil Folktales - indospired | Year 1 English: Animal stories from Indonesia | Scoop.it
An introduction to Si Kancil folktales or mouse deer folktales from Indonesia. Some resources for teaching, using story-telling and shadow puppet templates.
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Ethical Stories Collection - Android Apps on Google Play

Ethical Stories Collection - Android Apps on Google Play | Year 1 English: Animal stories from Indonesia | Scoop.it

Ethical Stories Collection1. The Goat and the Monkey Kids Story from Ethical Stories Collection2. The Weapon of Wisdom Kids Story from Ethical Stories Collection3.

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The Mousedeer Stole the Cucumbers - Indonesian Famous Fable

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Animals in Indonesian Folktales

Animals in Indonesian Folktales | Year 1 English: Animal stories from Indonesia | Scoop.it
Read these delightful children's stories featuring animal characters (heroes and tricksters!) that all are based on traditional Indonesian folktales.
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Kancil Story

Kancil Story

The Kancil Stories or the tales of Sang Kancil are the compilation of traditional folklore about a clever Kancil. It is a popular fables children story in Malay and Javanese culture in Malaysia and Indonesia. A weak and small yet cunning figure, the Sang Kancil (mouse deer) uses its intelligent advantage to triumph over beings more powerful than itself.

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English resources that support teaching about Asia
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Asia Education Foundation website - resources for the study of Asia and Asian life. For school leaders, teachers and students. Specific sites for China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and the Philippines. Intercultural understanding and the cross-curriculum priority of Asia and Australia's engagement with Asia in the Australian Curriculum. Interactive sites, emphasis on Asian-Australian linkages. Asia literacy, cross cultural competence, cultural and inter-cultural competence, NASSLP Grants. Online tutorials, discussion group, product catalogue and lesson plans. Produced by Education Services Australia, Australia, as a program of the Asia Education Foundation.
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Kancil Story

Kancil Story

The Kancil Stories or the tales of Sang Kancil are the compilation of traditional folklore about a clever Kancil. It is a popular fables children story in Malay and Javanese culture in Malaysia and Indonesia. A weak and small yet cunning figure, the Sang Kancil (mouse deer) uses its intelligent advantage to triumph over beings more powerful than itself.

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The Gift of the Crocodile - Indonesian Cinderella

The Gift of the Crocodile - Indonesian Cinderella | Year 1 English: Animal stories from Indonesia | Scoop.it
In the Spice Islands, where clove and nutmeg trees grow, a girl named Damura lived long ago. Damura is a beautiful girl, as kind and lo...
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Indonesian Folklore: Keong Emas (The Golden Snail)

Indonesian Folklore: Keong Emas (The Golden Snail) | Year 1 English: Animal stories from Indonesia | Scoop.it
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Keong Emas

Keong Emas

Keong Emas ( Javanese and Indonesian for Golden Snail) is a popular Javanese folklore about a princess magically transformed and contained in a golden snail shell. The folklore is a part of popular Javanese Panji cycle telling the stories about the prince Panji Asmoro Bangun (also known as Raden Inu Kertapati) and his consort, princess Dewi Sekartaji (also known as Dewi Chandra Kirana).

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Leungli

Leungli

Leungli or Si Leungli is a Sundanese folklore from West Java, Indonesia. The folklore tells the story of a beautiful friendship between a poor girl and her magical pet goldfish named "Leungli", who helped and cheered her whenever her older sisters abused her.

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