Monthly Archives: October 2015
Vocab Term 4
sungai – river manga – mango buaya – crocodile
kancil – mousedeer berapa – how many ekor – classifier used for animals/tail
lihat – see lapar – hungry sebelah – beside
tau – know hitung – count antri – line up
ayo – come on sampai – arrive tertawa – laugh
marah – mad pandai – clever
Story Term 4
Kemarin kancil berjalan di sungai. Kancil lihat manga di sebelah sungai.
Kancil lapar dan mau makan manga. Kancil tidak bias berenang.
Kancil lihat banyak buaya di sungai. Ada banyak buaya lapar di sungai. Kancil bias apa?
Kancil berkata ‘Halo buaya. Berapa ekor buaya di sungai?’
Buaya berkata ‘Tidak tau’. Kancil berkata ‘Saya mau hitung. Ayo buaya antri.’ Buaya antri.
Kancil melompat dari buaya ke buaya. Kancil berkata ‘Ayo hitung 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10.’
Kancil samapi di sebelah. Kancil berlari dan tertawa. Buaya marah sekali.
Kancil senang sekali makan manga. Kancil terlalu pandai!
Any words not in the vocab list have been taught in a previous story this year.
While the sister school was visiting, some classes learnt how to cook Mie Goreng. Here is the recipe:
4 Instant noodles packets(no flavouring) 1 onion
4 tbsp of kecap manis (sweet soy sauce) 1 clove garlic
2 tbsp of soy sauce 1 carrot
4 tbsp of tomato sauce 1/4 cabbage
salt & pepper to taste 2 eggs (whisked)
1. Boil noodles (but leave them slightly uncooked. Pour soy, sweet soy and tomato sauce in with the noodles.
2. Cook egg in the pan, like scrambled eggs, and then take out and set to the side.
3. Fry onion and garlic. Then add vegetables and salt and pepper.
4. Add noodles, fry for a few minutes and then serve.
You could add meat or other vegetables to make this into a quick and inexpensive family meal.
In week 9, term 3 we had our sister school, Sekolah Petra Berkat visit us from Bali, Indonesia. The visitors were hosted by the three schools of Goolwa, Port Elliot and Victor R-7. Students got to participate in a range of cultural activities including dance, cooking and mask making.
A big thank you to our wonderful host families at Victor Harbor R-7, the Nobbs family and the Tymko family, who helped to make the visit such a huge success.
A big thank you to Urimbirra also, for their support of the Indonesian program across the Fleurieu and for always making our Indonesian visitors feel welcome.