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Vietnamese First Language

Adjusted study for 2020 only

Teachers should note that they must refer to the Summary of Adjustments to the study design. Deletions are in red coloured text and strike through while changes are in blue coloured text and highlighted.

Summary of Adjustments to the Study Design for 2020 only
Summary of Adjustments to VCE Vietnamese First Language Study Design

Details on the adjustments to the areas of study, outcomes and assessment for Vietnamese First Language Units 1-4 for 2020 only.

VCE Vietnamese First Language Study Design

Details on areas of study, outcomes and assessment for Vietnamese First Language Units 1-4: 2005-2021.

Teachers must refer to the Summary of Adjustments to the Study Design for 2020 when using this Study Design in 2020

Frequently asked questions for 2020 Adjusted Study Design
Frequently asked questions raised during the VCE adjusted study design webinar for VCE Vietnamese First Language.

Examination specifications, past examinations and reports

View VCE Vietnamese First Language examination specifications, past examinations and reports.

Support material

Advice for teachers
Learning activities and assessment advice for teachers, including performance descriptors.

Study design for implementation in 2022

The newly accredited VCE Vietnamese First Language Study Design that was to be delivered by schools in 2021 will be delayed by 12 months and will be delivered by schools in 2022. The accreditation period will now be 2022 to 2026. This study design will be published on this webpage in February 2021. A copy of the VCE Vietnamese First Language Study Design 2022–2026 is available on request, please email vcaa.vce.curriculum@edumail.vic.gov.au.

In 2021, schools must ensure they use the VCE Vietnamese First Language Study Design Units 1–4: 2005–2021.

Curriculum Manager

Catherine Bryant
Acting Manager - Languages Unit
tel: + 61 3 9032 1688
Catherine.Bryant@education.vic.gov.au

Curriculum Managers lead, manage and support the production, review and development of senior secondary curriculum and assessment materials. They also provide policy advice and implementation support for Foundation to Year 12 curriculum and assessment.