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English / Year 10 / Language / Language variation and change
Understand that Standard Australian English in its spoken and written forms has a history of evolution and change and continues to evolve (ACELA1563)
investigating differences between spoken and written English by comparing the language of conversation and interviews with the written language of print texts
experimenting with and incorporating new words and creative inventions in students’ own written and spoken texts
understanding how and why spelling became standardised and how conventions have changed over time and continue to change through common usage, the invention of new words and creative combinations of existing words