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Framework for Aboriginal Languages and Torres Strait Islander Languages / Year 3 to 6 / Understanding / Role of language building

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Curriculum content descriptions

Understand ways the target language and culture can be maintained and strengthened in changing contexts

[Key concepts: language maintenance, and development ; Key processes: discussing, exploring, considering, investigating, language building]

 (ACLFWU108)

Elaborations
  • exploring ways that language and culture have been maintained and strengthened in the target language communities, for example, using the language in families and school language programs, story-telling, writing, recording, archiving material, media services, songs and music, visual design
  • recognising that there are target language materials, such as audiotapes, visual and historical documents, available through community organisations and in local, state and national archives and libraries
  • exploring some of the complexities and challenges involved in keeping oral traditions strong
General capabilities
  • Intercultural understanding Intercultural understanding
Cross-curriculum priorities
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Australian languages

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