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Content description VCLVU190

Victorian Aboriginal Languages / Levels 7 to 10 / Understanding / Language variation and change
Content description
Describe and reflect on how languages change over time and influence one another
  1. exploring form, usage, history and impact of contact languages, including creoles, pidgins and Aboriginal Englishes
  2. investigating and describing how the language has changed over time
  3. observing changes to language that reflect changing lifestyles, cultural trends and emerging needs, for example, youth language, the language of new technologies, the impact of music, media and technology on communication
  4. reflecting on changes in their own use of their first language(s) over time, noticing how and when new ways are adopted or existing ways adapted
  5. exploring changes in language over time, for example, by reviewing old films from state archives or early television shows that include Aboriginal actors
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