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Content description VCLVC152

Victorian Aboriginal Languages / Levels 3 to 6 / Communicating / Socialising
Content description
Interact with peers, the teaching team and visiting respected community members about aspects of personal worlds, such as experiences at school, home, everyday routines, interests and activities
  1. describing self in relation to daily routines, family and friends, pastimes and aspects of school and home life
  2. sharing and reflecting on learning experiences, such as visits, meetings, school and community activities with class members, using gestures, illustrations and graphics to support commentary
  3. recounting specific events or experiences, using familiar and modelled language
  4. asking and responding to questions to identify/describe features of people, plants, animals and items in the environment, for example, by referring to colour, size, number, location
  5. talking about aspects of their personal worlds, such as interests and leisure activities
  6. describing other people, such as family members, friends and teachers, for example, by identifying their kin relationship
  7. showing interest in and respect for others, for example, by expressing praise or encouragement
  8. expressing personal experiences and future plans, using modelled sentence patterns
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