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ASILE Conference 2014




ASILE Conference 2014

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IALF Bali, in collaboration with Balai Bahasa Indonesia Canberra (BBI ACT), Balai Bahasa Indonesia Perth (BBIP), Badan Pengembangan dan Pembinaan Bahasa, APBIPA Indonesia, Bahasa Kita and Green School will host the ASILE Conference 2014. The conference will be conducted on Monday and Tuesday, 29 and 30 September 2014 in Bali, and will welcome teachers, administrators and the general public interested in the teaching and study of Indonesian language and culture.

Conference Theme

Conference Venue

Successful Abstracts

Conference Program - Final

Registration - is now closed

Accommodation

Special Conference Packages - is now closed

Special Offers (Accommodation, etc.)

Additional Information

 

Conference Theme

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ASILE Conference in IndonesiaTheme: Kobarkan Semangatmu: Working Together to Overcome Challenges

Sub-themes:

  • Current Developments in the Teaching of Indonesian to Foreign Learners (BIPA)
  • Challenges and Opportunities in the Teaching of BIPA in Indonesia, Australia and Across the World.
  • The Roles of Technology in the Development of Indonesian Language and the Teaching of BIPA
  • Understanding the Practicalities of Australia's New National Foreign Languages Curriculum
  • Making Use of Indonesian Cultural Diversity in Teaching BIPA
  • Collaborative Projects in BIPA Programs

Download the ASILE Conference flyer

 

Conference Venue

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The ASILE Conference 2014 will be held at IALF Bali.

IALF Bali Language Centre
Jalan Raya Sesetan 190
Denpasar 80223, Bali

Tel. (0361) 225-243
Fax (0361) 263-509


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Successful Abstracts

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Congratulations to those presenters whose abstracts have been selected by the Abstract Selection Team. Please send us your full paper by 1 August 2014.

1. The Australian Curriculum: Indonesian – What Lies Beneath and Where to for Teachers Michele Kohler, Suzanne Bradshaw and Andrea Corston
2. Launching the Indonesian Language Learning Space: Supporting the Teaching and Learning of Bahasa Indonesia Libby Tuckerman and Susan Marshall
3. Indonesian in Australian Universities: Checking the Pulse David Hill
4. The Indonesian for Teachers Initiative (InTI): Building a Core Human Resource of Indonesian Language Teachers Inez Mahony
5. Cultural and Attitudinal Challenges in Teaching in Australia – Fake It until You Make It and Believe It? Wilfred Liauw
6. Upaya Balai Bahasa Provinsi Bali dalam Mendukung Pengembangan Pengajaran BIPA di Bali Sang Ayu Parwati
7. Learning and teaching BIPA: Challenges and Opportunities amidst Thailand’s National Preparation towards ASEAN Community 2015 Hesti Aryani S.S.
8. The role of ICT in Indonesian Language Learning and the Teaching of BIPA Wieke Gur
9. Ibu Kim’s Classroom (Kelas Ibu Kim): A Virtual Indonesian Language Moodle Course Kim Louise Daymond
10. The Puppet Show Dayang Merindu: A Folktale Helps in Learning Bahasa Indonesia Lisa Rakhmanina & Dian Kusumaningrum
11. Penggunaan Media Lagu dan Puisi dalam Meningkatkan Kemampuan Berbicara Olo Tahe Sinaga MM
12. The winding road: Journey of our Indonesian Programs in South Australia Firdaus & Sarah Craddock
13. Developing Language Skills and Cultural Awareness through Literacy Nyoman Sri Utami & Ayu Sugati
14. Strategi Pengajaran Imbuhan Men- untuk Mengantisipasi Kejutan Pebelajar BIPA Ida Bagus Artha Adnyana
15. Mengembangkan Tes Penempatan bagi Siswa BIPA Vidi Sukmayadi
16. Using Traditional Games in the ISL classroom Ni Putu Dian Cahyani
17. Ragam Permainan dalam Pembelajaran Berbicara BIPA Ellis Reni Artyana
18. The use of Adobe Cyber Classroom in the Teaching of Indonesian Online Stephen James Keighran
19. Live Skype and Collaborative Learning Projects with Indonesian Sister Schools Prema Devathas & Iwan Muharji
20. Issues and Opportunities in the Teaching of BIPA in Poland Przemyslaw Wiatrowski
21. Fear factor: Challenges in the Teaching of BIPA in Japan Petrus Ari Santoso
22. Learning from Each Other outside the Classroom: Australian students of Indonesian during Study Abroad Tim Hassall
23. Indonesian as a Foreign Language (IFL): Student Responses to Written Corrective Feedback Bintari Forester
24. The Influence of Internet Use on the Effectiveness of Indonesian Language Distance Learning Classes Likhu Puspa Hapsari
25. Pembelajaran Jarak Jauh Berbasis Web dalam Meningkatkan Keterampilan Berbicara bagi Siswa Kelas XII di Australia Ellis Reni Artyana
26. Appy Days in the Indonesian Classroom Joyce Tabone
27. The Flipped Classroom and Its Potential for the Teaching of BIPA Reni Mulyaningsih
28. How to Build Successful Intercultural Communication among Sister School Students in 21st Century Education Dian Leggett
29. Ancangan Kreatif dan Solutif dalam Upaya Meminimalkan Kaget Budaya Pembelajar Asing” Erni Farida Sri Ulina Ginting
30. Embedding Culture in Language Teaching through the Use of Board Games Noverita Wahyuningsih
31. Cerita Rakyat sebagai Referensi Pembelajaran BIPA Nining Nur Alaini & Dewi Nastiti
32. Getting Closer to Bahasa Indonesia ala Kupang Andre Maure
33. Engaging Beginning, Continuing and Advanced Students of the Indonesian Language through Its Cultural Diversity Bernard McConville
34. Taking Charge of Their Own Learning: Supporting Students to Develop Independent Language Learning Skills Lili Cvetkovic
35. Online Indonesian: Success and Challenges Amrih Widodo

 

Conference Program - Final

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Please note that this schedule is subject to change.

Download the Conference Program

 

 

Special Offers (Accommodation, etc.)

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Swiss-Belhotel International

  • These corporate rates are valid for stay from 15 September 2014 – 15 October 2014
  • Rates quoted in IDR, net, non-commissionable and include breakfast for 1 or 2 persons
  • Please mention ASILE 2014 Conference when making reservation.
  • Reservations are made to the respective hotel’s email address, not to IALF.
  • All inquiries regarding the hotels (location, facilities, etc.) should be made to the respective hotel, not to IALF.

Swiss-Belhotel Rainforest

Room Type

Room Rate Per Night in IDR

Deluxe Room

505,000

Jalan Sunset Road No. 101, Kuta 80361, Bali, Indonesia

Tel: + 62 361 846 5680 Fax: + 62 361 846 5670

E-mail: resvsbku@swiss-belhotel.com

All rates are inclusive of local taxes.

Swiss-Belinn Seminyak


Room Type

Room Rate Per Night in IDR

Superior Room

430,000

Jalan Sunset Road No. 88X, Seminyak 80361, Bali, Indonesia

Tel: + 62 361 739 888 Fax: + 62 361 739 777

E-mail: resv1-sise@swiss-belhotel.com

All rates are inclusive of local taxes.

Swiss-Belinn Legian

Room Type

Room Rate Per Night in IDR

Superior Room

490,000

Jalan Padma Utara 80361, Bali, Indonesia

Tel: + 62 361 760 300 Fax: + 62 361 760 311

E-mail: resvsile@swiss-belhotel.com

All rates are inclusive of local taxes.

Swiss-Belresort Watujimbar

Room Type

Room Rate Per Night in IDR

Deluxe Room

850,000

Jl. Danau Tamblingan No 99 A, Sanur

80226, Bali, Indonesia

Tel: + 62 361 849 7000 Fax: + 62 361 849 770

E-mail: resvsrwj@swiss-belhotel.com

All rates are inclusive of local taxes.


Tauzia Group (Harris, POP! And Eden Hotels)

  • The corporate rates are valid from immediately – 31 March 2015 (except for HARRIS Seminyak​, rate is valid from opening (June 2014) to March 2015).
  • The corporate rates are not valid during Lebaran Period (TBA by each property) and Peak Season 23 December 2014 – 5 January 2015.
  • Room rate is in IDR and is applicable for the lowest room category​ (HARRIS Room/EDEN Room/POP! Room).
  • The following rates are net and inclusive of 21 % tax and service charge, and breakfast for 2 persons at HARRIS/EDEN Hotel and 3 persons of morning bites at POP!Hotels.
  • Reservations are to be made to Tauzia Bali Sales Office, not to IALF.
    E-mail: sales-bali@tauzia.com or sm2-bali@tauzia.com ;  Tel. 0361 – 8947285; Fax 0361 – 8947286
  • All inquiries regarding the hotels (location, facilities, etc.) should be made to Tauzia Bali Sales Office, not to IALF.
  • Please mention ASILE 2014 Conference when making reservation.

HOTEL

 Rates Per Room Per Night

HARRIS Hotel Tuban

IDR.635.000

HARRIS Hotel and Residences Riverview

IDR.630.000

HARRIS Hotel and Residences Sunset Road

IDR.630.000

HARRIS Bukit Jimbaran

IDR.625.000

HARRIS Raya Kuta

IDR.560.000

HARRIS Seminyak

IDR.818.000

POP! Teuku Umar

IDR.278.000

POP! Kuta Beach

IDR.300.000

EDEN Hotel Kuta

IDR.666.000

 

Additional Information

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For information on ASILE, please go to: asile.wikispaces.com

For information on the 2012 ASILE conference, please go to: ltc.uksw.edu/kipbipa-asile                                    

For information on Balai Bahasa Indonesia Canberra , please go to: bbiact.wordpress.com

For information on Balai Bahasa Indonesia Perth, please go to: www.balaibahasaperth.org

For information on Bahasa Kita, please go to www.bahasakita.com

 

 

 IALF Language Centres in Indonesia:

 

Kursus Bahasa Inggris di Jakarta, Bali dan Surabaya IALF Jakarta
Plaza Kuningan, Menara Selatan, 3rd floor
Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav C 11-14
Jakarta 12940
Tel. (021) 521-3350
Fax (021) 521-3349
ialfjkt@ialf.edu
IALF Surabaya
Jl. Sumatera 49
Surabaya 60281
East Java
Tel. (031) 502-6400
Fax (031) 502-6408
ialfsby@ialf.edu
IALF Bali
Jl. Raya Sesetan 190
Denpasar
Bali 80223
Tel. (0361) 225-243
Fax (0361) 263-509
ialfbali@ialf.edu

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