• exploring culture as an essential part of human life, understanding that it is shared and passed on between generations; that it includes observables such as ways of cooking and ways of greeting, symbols such as flags and colours, as well as invisible elements such as beliefs and values, how people think about themselves and others, and how they relate to their environment
  • recognising that in each culture there are general rules of what to say and do, when, where and with whom, and that these rules differ from culture to culture
  • recognising that beliefs and behaviours are woven into languages and cannot be separated from them
  • noticing how respect for Elders and Country/Place is built into the language
  • recognising significant symbols and features in the target language, for example, in song, visual design, dance moves
  • recognising that languages encapsulates values held about land and Country, for example, caring for Country