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Content description VCCCC027

Civics and Citizenship / Levels 7 and 8 / Citizenship, Diversity and Identity
Content description
Examine how national identity can shape a sense of belonging and examine different perspectives about Australia’s national identity, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples' perspectives
  1. investigating representations of Australian identity evident in national day events (such as Anzac Day), and in the media and popular culture, to analyse different perspectives on the interpretation of national identity
  2. explaining contemporary influences on the shaping of Australian national identity, such as the natural environment, immigration, attitudes to Asia and Reconciliation between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and other Australians
  3. using personal stories to explore how individuals relate to national identity and how it impacts on their sense of belonging in the Australian community
  4. investigating the extent of ethnic diversity in Australia
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