• discussing plans for community initiatives, taking account of different participants’ roles and relationships, and deciding on appropriate and effective ways of communicating with the people involved
  • designing a campaign or developing a persuasive audio-visual text to promote awareness and invite action on an educational, community, social, environmental or health issue, such as the importance of learning the language at school or the benefits of being bilingual/multilingual
  • negotiating and planning a familiar and routine event, such as an excursion, celebration or social media forum
  • negotiating arrangements and solving problems that arise during collaborative learning tasks, weighing up alternatives, negotiating and managing different opinions and perspectives and reaching shared decisions
  • participating in a simulated job interview as either the employer or prospective employee
  • working with Elders to make their own hunting and gathering tools, for example, fishing nets, spears, digging sticks, baskets, and explaining special ways of cooking, cutting and sharing traditional foods, performing hunting activities in ways that are appropriate to local cultural traditions, including the use of signs and gestures
  • considering options and reaching shared decisions when planning performances or presentations to showcase their language and cultural Law learning
  • collaboratively planning and presenting a short documentary, for example, on an aspect of community life, a community, an environmental or ethical issue, a good news story or a community or school achievement