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Content description VCIDC062

Indonesian: F–10 Sequence / Levels 7 and 8 / Communicating / Reflecting
Content description
Consider how own biography, including family origins, traditions and beliefs, impacts on identity and shapes own intercultural experiences
  1. noticing that aspects of personal identity such as family, religion and marital status are important in interacting with Indonesians and in how one may be perceived, for example, Saya orang Australia, Saya berasal dari Sri Lanka, Nenek saya dari Inggris, Saya orang Kristen
  2. identifying formative events and experiences in own and others’ upbringing and how these shape identity, for example, rites of passage such as potong gigi, and events such as graduation or achieving a goal (Saya bangga waktu saya lulus ujian saxofon)
  3. reflecting on how learning Indonesian may have impacted on own identity and understanding of the world, such as increased awareness of representations of Indonesia in the Australian media
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