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Content description VCLVU166

Victorian Aboriginal Languages / Levels 3 to 6 / Understanding / Systems of language
Content description
Recognise how kin relationships link people, Place and story
  1. interpreting kinship charts to identify kin terms for wider family groupings, and comparing these with terminology used in other languages and cultures, for example, for maternal versus paternal grandparents, the presence or absence of birth order names
  2. discussing links between people, stories and Country/Place and the social importance of connections to history
  3. recognising that certain places have historical and contemporary significance to the community, representing special bonds between people, Place and story
  4. understanding that songs, stories and other forms of artistic expression can be recreated/traced and contextualised in contemporary circumstances
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