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Content description VCICCB018

Intercultural Capability / Levels 9 and 10 / Cultural Practices
Content description
Analyse the ways in which intercultural relationships and experiences have contributed to the development of attitudes, beliefs and behaviours, and how they are manifested in various contexts
Elaborations
  1. using a range of scenarios to hold a student-led discussion about factors that may impact intercultural experiences, for example, welcoming visitors to your home, international adoption, or international aide relations between countries
  2. comparing the underpinning assumptions of different national migration policies, for example, by contrasting the White Australia Policy with multicultural policy settings
  3. exploring whether there are similarities in the experiences of successive waves of migrants to Australia
  4. unpacking the different perspectives cultural groups may hold, for example, the contested usage of ‘Australian/UnAustralian’
  5. using episodes of a television show to explore differences in attitudes, such as the SBS show ‘Go Back To Where You Came From’
Code
VCICCB018
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