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Content description VCESU161

Spanish: F–10 Sequence / Levels 5 and 6 / Understanding / Language variation and change
Content description
Recognise that the Spanish language has different forms, roles and functions in different contexts and communities
  1. exploring the different forms and functions of Spanish in different contexts, regions and communities, for example, as an official language in more than 20 countries and as a community language in many others
  2. recognising that there are many different varieties of Spanish spoken in different countries and regions, involving different accents, dialects and vocabulary
  3. comparing regional variations in vocabulary for example, ‘baby’ is guagua in Chile but bebé in most other Spanish-speaking countries; ‘cake’ is pastel in some countries, and tarta or torta in others
  4. comparing forms of cultural expression in different Spanish-speaking communities, such as celebrations, systems of schooling and concerns associated with young people, and comparing these with similar diversity in multicultural Australia
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