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Content description VCESU123

Spanish: F–10 Sequence / Foundation to Level 2 / Understanding / Language variation and change
Content description
Recognise that in Spanish different words and language forms are used to address and greet people according to relationship, context and time of day
  1. understanding that different forms of language are used with different people, for example, appropriate pronouns and forms of address such as tú, vos, doctor García, Doña Aura
  2. understanding that language use varies according to context and situation, for example, language used when interacting with peers during playground games is different to that used with teachers in class (Hola, ¿qué tal?; Buenos días señora García, ¿cómo está?)
  3. understanding that language exchanges in Spanish such as greetings vary according to the time of day or the occasion, for example, Buenas tardes, Buenas noches, Felicidades. Feliz Año Nuevo
  4. identifying social relationships between people observed interacting in Spanish-language materials such as video clips or cartoons
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