• describing how ceremony, place and Law are connected through kinship, story and cosmology, and how these connections are demonstrated and reflected in community behaviour
  • explaining how art forms such as body markings, designs, paintings, funeral poles, songs and dances serve to identify people and places
  • investigating how social groups form patterns across and through generations and determine relationships, behaviours and marriage practices
  • understanding and discussing kinship as a system, and explaining its importance in maintaining and regulating social relationships in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
  • exploring how patterns of ownership, management of land and associated stories determine rights and responsibilities with respect to that land
  • understanding that different roles and responsibilities in ceremonies are determined by kinship and social groupings