Dutch TV episode and lesson plan – Becoming a mum in Melbourne

Dutch TV is a weekly television program on community TV Channel 31 in Melbourne and Geelong (Australia) and Foxtel Aurora. (Australia wide) We have been broadcasting for 4 years.  The program is about Dutch people living in Australia and is presented mostly in Dutch with English subtitles so that we can connect to everyone who has a link with the Netherlands.  We cover topics such as Dutch culture in Australia, shared heritage and new topics from Holland.

8 May 2016 episode

Becoming a mum overseas is a series of profiles of mums who live in different suburbs in Melbourne. They tell their stories having a baby overseas in their suburb. This is the first interview with lots of tips in this segment; mothergroup, baby cinema, coffeeshops etc.   Later in the video, Watblief teaches up what a particular Dutch expressions means, and there is a Tedx talk from TEDxAmsterdam.

You can find out more about Dutch TV and watch plenty of previous episodes here:

Website: http://www.dutchtvonline.com/

YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/Dutchtvonline/

Watching Dutch TV is an excellent opportunity to work on improving your Nederlands.  For this episode, Carole has also created a lesson plan which you can work through.  You can download a copy of the Word Document by clicking on the image below:

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We’d love to know if you find that useful, and can create more to correspond with future or even past episodes of Dutch TV.

Renee

 

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