• responding to teacher prompts in the target language or English, for example, What do you see?...or What do you notice about…? Why do you think that …? ‘How is this similar / different …? to capture and express their impressions when viewing images or video-clips, singing songs, dancing or reading stories from the target language region
  • comparing aspects of the lives of children in their own communities with those of children in target language communities as represented in digital images, video clips, IndigiTUBE and stories, for example, comparing ways of playing games, eating food, telling stories, or interacting at school, at home and in the community
  • noticing similarities and differences in language that relates to culture, such as names of foods and animals particular to different climates and environments; and in cultural practices, such as sharing involved in extended families, special times, story-telling, yarning