Describe what they have learnt about themselves and others from intercultural experiences including a critical perspective on and respect for their own and others cultures
examining the similarities and differences between their cultural practices and those of young people in a place outside Australia and discussing what it would be like to live in these places
asking students to describe an intercultural experience or event and prompting students to explore an intercultural experience or event from different perspectives
questioning students about their experience in a role-play, modelled or real-life situation which included an intercultural experience: were they excited, challenged, comfortable, curious?
exploring the different meanings of the national anthem, Waltzing Matilda and I am Australian or comparing the meanings associated with a range of national anthems from different countries
comparing different cultural norms that demonstrate respect, such as when using public transport, at religious events or in relation to grandparents
VCICCB006 | Capabilities | Intercultural Capability | Levels 3 and 4 | Cultural Practices