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Accreditation period Units 1 and 2: 2005-2023; Units 3 and 4: 2006-2024

The accreditation period for Units 1 and 2 has been extended until 31 December 2023.
The accreditation period for Units 3 and 4 has been extended until 31 December 2024.

Study Design

Yiddish Study Design

Details on areas of study, outcomes and assessment for Yiddish Units 1-4: 2005-2023 and Units 3-4: 2006-2024.

Please note that there is an error in the Yiddish VCE Study Design, page 32. The time allocation for the end-of-year written examination should read as 3 hours including 10 minutes reading time.

CCAFL Languages - Revised sections for VCE study designs
This document replaces a number of sections within the current VCE CCAFL study designs. These changes take effect in 2013.

School-based assessment

View VCE Yiddish Assessment Handbook (June 2020)
Contains assessment information for both school-based assessment and examinations including the examination criteria.

Examination specifications, past examinations and reports

View VCE Yiddish examination specifications, past examinations and reports.

Support material

Study summary (June 2020)
A summary of the VCE Yiddish Study Design for Units 1 and 2: 2005-2023; Units 3 and 4: 2006-2024.

Assessment Advice: Units 1 and 2
Contains sample performance descriptors for each outcome for Units 1 and 2.

Example Outlines and detailed study
Contains an example outline and detailed study samples for Units 1-4.

Recordings of VCE Languages webinars

Enrolment in VCE Yiddish

Enrolment into VCE Yiddish at Units 3 and 4 requires students to declare their status as either a First Language Learner or a Second Language Learner.

Students will need to complete the Declaration for enrolment in VCE Modern Languages Units 3 and 4 form and submit this to their home school. For more information, visit the Enrolment in VCE Modern Languages webpage.

Curriculum Manager

Kylie Witt
Manager - Languages Unit
tel: + 61 3 9059 5120

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.