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Content description VCESC011

Spanish: 7–10 Sequence / Levels 7 and 8 / Communicating / Reflecting
Content description
Consider how aspects of identity such as family background, age and interests impact on intercultural exchange
  1. identifying elements of identity that may be important across all cultures, for example, family, community, location, language, religion, age and gender
  2. preparing a class profile for online exchange with Spanish-speaking students, selecting resources such as photos, captions or symbols to capture the diversity of cultural backgrounds, languages, interests and values represented in the class, and reflecting on what this profile shows about the nature of intercultural communication in Australia
  3. sharing reactions to intercultural experiences associated with learning and using Spanish, considering whether own background, age and interests contribute to attitudes or beliefs that impact on the experience
  4. identifying elements of their own and one another’s ways of communicating and behaving that may be unfamiliar to people from different contexts and cultures, for example, ways of expressing wishes, or rituals associated with school sports
  5. considering if their sense of identity changes depending on the language they are using and what they are talking about
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