MANDARIN LANGUAGE AND CULTURE 2018
Volontariat de 4 à 16 semaines; frais supplémentaires de 400€ pour le 1er mois, puis 75€ par semaine. Placement individuel, programme ouvert toute l'année.
- Code : IDN-56/2018
- Dispo : 3M / 2F (Total Part 5)
- Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
- Age : 18 - 99
National private schools in Indonesia have put Mandarin in their curriculum. In national private school, Mandarin has taught starting on kindergarten level. Mandarin language and culture project is combination between High Schools and University. One of them is Terang Bangsa School. It is educational institution under church foundation. Terang Bangsa School Foundation host students from kindergarten until academy level.. Terang Bangsa School has started to introduce their elementary students with Mandarin language as secondary subject. They learn Mandarin once in a week for 2 hours. Mandarin language is being taught until senior high school level. The school days are from Monday until Saturday, 7 am – 2 pm. Beside the regular school hour, the students are given flexibility to choose their extracurricular activities such as art, sport, community service, science or IT. The students in Terang Bangsa Foundation actively help poor people in Semarang. They regularly conduct afternoon educational activity in poor people area. They even build children center in one of the area. In the university level, the project site will be located at UNSOED University. Formal and non-formal Mandarin teaching; Entertainment activities for students; Education; introducing Mandarin culture &art. Volunteer tasks: To organize and assist local Mandarin teacher; To contribute to the organization of non-formal workshops ; To organize games and entertaining activities for students; To contribute to other activities the school may punctually organize
The accommodation and food will be provided by a local host family. The volunteer will stay in the host family or dormitory (to be confirmed) and share the other facilities with other host family members. Facilities are simple and Indonesian style (no hot water, no internet, and no washing machine). As mentioned above the volunteer cannot be vegan or strict vegetarian, but flexible vegetarian is still welcomed.
Semarang and Purwokerto (Central Java)
Chienese/Taiwanese language skills. The volunteer should love to work with children and be open minded, mature, respectful of local customs, tolerant, creative, flexible, patient, confident and independent, especially in motivating the students to speak up and be active in practicing conversation. The volunteer cannot be vegan or strict vegetarian, but flexible vegetarian is still welcomed. Please accept our apology’s that we are not open for volunteers with mental disabilities and people with mobility and movement disability’s such as limitation on physical functioning, blindness, deft, epilepsy, sleep disorders etc. The volunteer cannot have any piercings on the face, no visible tattoos and should have common hair style(no colorful hair or dreadlocks) and a Certificate of Good Conduct from the police. The volunteer must never have been found guilty in a criminal case in the volunteer’s home country or in another country. It is strictly prohibited to possess narcotics, marijuana, opium, stimulants or other drugs. For short therm: Minimum (weeks):4 Maximum (weeks): 12 BESOIN SPéCIAL Speak Mandarin and fair English, has knowledge about French language &culture; Open-minded; Tolerant; Creative; Flexible; Patient; Respect the local customs and local’s rule; Sharing ; Special drive for adolescent and youngsters; Willing to accept basic living condition in the project site; Confidence. What to bring: Light clothes, not too revealing. These are not appropriate while working in the school with children and for the small villages you will be visiting. For the school shirt and trousers are a must. Shoulders should be covered all the times. Shorts that are cut at the knee are acceptable only in the villages but not in schools. You also should wearing shoes during teaching activities in the classroom. Wearing sandals/slippers are considered impolite in the classroom. Mandarin teaching materials and some games. Mosquito repellant and a mosquito net – which can also be bought in Indonesia for 5 –10 Euros. Hat, sunglasses and sunscreen. Toiletries and towel. Medicines as you think necessary. Spending money for personal items. Optional (but welcome): Pictures of your family, friends and country to share with fellow volunteers and Indonesian people. Cooking recipes, some cooking material and other things to share your culture through food and drinks. Musical instruments and some traditional games from your country. Suggestion goods to bring along for locals: Books that can be donated for the library. Traditional small souvenirs as gifts for local people and teachers