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Content description VCLVC135

Victorian Aboriginal Languages / Foundation to Level 2 / Communicating / Creating
Content description
Participate in shared listening to, viewing and reading of texts and respond through singing, miming, play-acting, drawing, action and movement
  1. performing songs or stories that include repeated phrases, rhythms and non-verbal forms of expression, such as clapping, gestures, facial expressions and dance
  2. participating in shared reading of stories, responding through mime captioned drawings, dance, play-acting and other forms of expression
  3. visiting important sites on Country/Place and listening to respected community members tell stories, and responding by drawing, labelling, re-enacting with puppets, props or actions
  4. identifying key animals, birds and other characters in stories, songs, performances and dances
  5. listening to respected community members tell stories and identifying which stories belong to which natural features in their region/Country/Place, including animals and natural species and recognising their significance
  6. identifying and naming significant places, landscapes and topographical features on Country/Place through which travelling stories/storylines pass
  7. identifying key messages expressed in stories, song, dance and visual art, for example, rules for living
  8. predicting the content/meaning of narrative texts such as picture books, including titles, covers and illustrations, and giving reasons for their predictions
  9. responding to simple questions about characters and events in imaginative and expressive texts such as stories, songs, dances
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