Learn about the world from a different point of view
Learning an additional language develops skills for the future and skills that will last a lifetime. The skills gained are considered so important, that all students in Western Australia are now required to study a language other than English (LOTE) from Year 3 to Year 9.
There are many benefits to learning another language. It can help steer a career, provide a means to interact socially, facilitate travel or become a hobby. It also ensures students broaden their understanding of different cultures in an increasingly globalised, multicultural society.
Students will learn how to communicate in the LOTE and develop a better understanding of English.
They will learn about other cultures and improve their self esteem through learning opportunities such as:
- Excursions and incursions
- Reciprocal exchange programs
- Local and national competitions
- Guest native speakers in classes
- Increasing use of technology to expose students to a variety of authentic language material.
Programs We Offer
Studying a LOTE promotes effective learning across all subject areas by developing literacy skills necessary to communicate, analyse and use language more effectively.
Students in Years 7-10 are required to study a LOTE with a choice of
Chinese or Japanese.
In Years 11-12 students have the option to continue developing their skills in their chosen language. Students sitting the WACE exam in a LOTE are eligible for the University Entrance LOTE Bonus.
Ready to enrol? We welcome you to join us at Morley Senior High School. Contact the school office to find out more.