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Content description VCLVU167

Victorian Aboriginal Languages / Levels 3 to 6 / Understanding / Language variation and change
Content description
Understand that speakers vary language forms according to kin relationship and context of situation
  1. observing how language is used to establish, maintain and reflect kin-based relationships
  2. noticing word taboo in Aboriginal languages
  3. observing that expressions can be made more or less formal or casual to suit the relationship between speakers
  4. reflecting on how they communicate with their own family and friends and with people less close to them, noticing differences in language use and communicative behaviour
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