• reflecting and reporting on how learning the language provides insights into the relationship between language and culture in general, and how their own assumptions about ways of knowing and being may change through the experience
  • reflecting on how learning the language provides a distinctive means of understanding the Country/Place, including the relationship between land, the environment and people, and issues of discrimination and reconciliation
  • keeping a journal of memorable experiences (humorous, satisfying or challenging) associated with learning and using the language in various contexts, noting personal responses and reflections over time and insights gained
  • identifying and comparing how emotions or attitudes such as respect, shyness, exuberance or embarrassment are shown, displayed and expressed across different languages and cultures