• identifying and explaining how art forms, such as body paintings, designs, paintings, funeral poles, songs and dances, identify people and places
  • explaining how different family members have different responsibilities in the performance of ceremonies, traditional performances and other social and cultural events
  • explaining how ceremonial body designs, songs, dances and paintings are determined by family, skin, other sub-groups and story
  • identifying and explaining the significance of stories that belong to particular social groups and of natural features, including animals and natural species
  • understanding that ownership of songs, stories, dances and designs is determined by traditional kinship and other social groupings, place, History and story
  • listening to Elders’ traditional stories, making links between people, stories, songs of Country/Place and the social importance of connections to History