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Content description VCLVU173

Victorian Aboriginal Languages / Levels 3 to 6 / Understanding / Role of language building
Content description
Understand how the language has been recorded in the past, and how this affects language building processes
Elaborations
  1. understanding how the language was recorded in the past, by whom and for what purposes
  2. understanding the techniques of how the language was recorded in the past, what this means to the language and how it has affected current representation of the language
  3. understanding reasons for different spellings of words within the language, for example, how sounds may have been misheard, meanings been misunderstood and other unintentional errors introduced in the documentation process of the language
  4. understanding how language resources such as living speakers, recorded texts and archival information are used in the language building process
  5. identifying gaps in the vocabulary of the language, considering what responses may be necessary
  6. helping to build a community of learners–speakers who use the language, for example, by teaching younger members of the school community and/or classes in local primary schools
Code
VCLVU173
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