• participating in planning and making arrangements, using language related to place and activity, for example, organising class events, such as holding a lunch, party or performance
  • creating displays, presentations or performances for family, friends or the school community to showcase progress in learning and using the language
  • giving and following instructions, using hand signs as appropriate, for example, explaining how to cook bush tucker or to make artefacts
  • planning and participating in learning experiences that combine linguistic and cultural elements, such as an excursion to an art exhibition or performance, sharing responses and reactions
  • designing posters, displays and digital presentations to draw attention to issues relevant to the Country/Place, such as reinstating names of places and features, protection of significant trees and landmarks, endangered wildlife, erosion, urban development, the importance of learning the language of Country/Place at school
  • promoting events in the local community, such as festivals, sporting, music and cultural events that support/promote well-being and community development
  • promoting Reconciliation in community by showcasing local language learning and language revival activities