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Grade descriptions
Aboriginal and Intercultural Studies
order of students. Grades should not be allocated to individual A Identifies that both traditional elements of culture and non-traditional responses to change can enable
groups to maintain cultural identity. Explains how factors such as policy and practices influence and reinforce existing social structures and institutions. Draws comparisons between perspectives over time, relating to such things as the environment. Identifies or discusses solutions and makes recommendations in relation to cultural issues. Devises focus questions, plans and conducts an investigation using a variety of strategies. Identifies sources, elicits data relevant to a topic and makes links between events/factors/objects and cultural concepts, acknowledging sources appropriately. Synthesises and presents findings, mostly in own words. These are set out in culturally sensitive ways considering different cultural perspectives. B Identifies that group membership influences self identity.
Identifies that many and varied cultures exist in the wider community. Identifies how cultural groups differ in their consideration, and use of, the environment. Shows recognition of situations of exclusion and identifies ways of addressing this in a familiar context. Devises focus questions, plans and conducts a simple investigation. Collects data from several sources and communicates findings, recognising a particular perspective and the need for cultural sensitivity. Synthesises information, regularly using own words, and acknowledges some sources. C Demonstrates that a range of cultural factors contribute to a sense of belonging.
Explains how different recounts of events reflect different points of view while demonstrating respect for the feelings of others. Explains how people affect their environment and how the environment affects way of life. Identifies unfair situations and explores ways of addressing them. Devises simple focus questions and uses information to respond to a task. Selects and categorises relevant information and compares own interpretation with others. Reproduces information, beginning to use own words and to acknowledge sources. D Identifies that there are different cultural ways of expression.
Identifies differences in recounts of events. Identifies examples of views relating to the environment. Identifies different points of view. Uses information in response to a task. Identifies and sorts information into simple categories while expressing a personal view and making some observations. Copies text, usually with no acknowledgement of the source. E Demonstrates minimal engagement with given tasks.
Presents limited information and/or personal observations. Aboriginal and Intercultural Studies: Stage 1 Grade descriptions Grade descriptions
Aboriginal and Intercultural Studies
order of students. Grades should not be allocated to individual A Shows how identity is socially constructed and how global change impacts on personal identity.
Shows the interconnections between forces for change and continuity. Identifies interconnections within and between past and present cultures and their effect on people and their environment. Identifies contemporary social justice and equity issues and principles consistent with sustainable societies. Explains different systems of governance. Identifies and selects appropriate data that allows examination and discussion of viewpoints and supports an argument. Presents findings, showing cross cultural empathy. B Demonstrates that internal and external influences impact on cultural identity.
Outlines the ways that different perspectives and values about the environment, of different groups, affect practices. Identifies roles, rights and responsibilities of citizens in a democratic society. Identifies the impact of discrimination over time on Aboriginal Australians. Makes plans, bearing in mind relevant ethical considerations, and uses information to describe patterns, draw conclusions and give reasons for a viewpoint. Shows recognition of the values and needs of audiences, considering reliability and bias. C Recognises that cultures have traditional elements and ones that represent responses to change.
Recognises that a variety of factors influence and reinforce existing social structures and institutions. Identifies the decision making process at different levels and recognises the need for respect for all. Acknowledges some strategies that are needed in order to identify and resolve conflict. Identifies data and sources relevant to topic, recognising they are produced in a specific cultural context. Presents findings in culturally sensitive ways, offering explanations and acknowledging sources. D Recognises that Australia is a mix of cultures and that belonging to a group influences self identity.
Recognises that cultural groups differ in their understanding about, and use of, the environment. Identifies some processes of representative democracy. Recognises situations of exclusion and identifies ways of addressing this in a familiar context. Collects data from several sources as a result of devised focus questions. Communicates findings, recognising a particular perspective and that communication needs to be sensitive to this. E Recognises that a range of practices contribute to a sense of belonging.
Identifies that events occur chronologically. Demonstrates respect for, and understanding of, the feelings of others. Collects some relevant information. Aboriginal and Intercultural Studies: Stage 2 Grade descriptions Grade descriptions
Aboriginal and Intercultural Studies
order of students. Grades should not be allocated to individual A Provides articulate and detailed descriptions of how global trends and issues impact on maintenance of
diversity and cohesion within cultures. Describes how the complexity of interrelationships between cultures and environment has short and long term consequences. Identifies issues and alternative solutions to underpin sustainable societies. Identifies causes of complex social justice and equity issues and principles for alternative solutions. Analyses and critically evaluates data from contrasting perspectives. Describes the complexity of interrelationships between cultures and their environment, and explains short and long term consequences. B Demonstrates how contemporary cultures reflect the degree to which they have maintained cohesion and
allowed diversity over time. Explains how a diversity of views leads to land management issues. Recognises the complexity of the dynamics of political and legal change. Explains the origins of specific social justice and equity issues in Australia. Analyses data in terms of validity, acknowledging limitations with the research. Communicates findings in culturally sensitive ways, analysing and evaluating for bias and cultural perspectives. C Shows how identity is socially constructed and how global change impacts on personal identity.
Shows the interconnections between forces for change and continuity. Identifies interconnections within and between past and present cultures and their effect on people and their environment. Describes contemporary social justice and equity issues and principles consistent with sustainable societies. Demonstrates that there are different systems of governance. Selects appropriate data that allows examination and discussion of viewpoints and supports an argument. Communicates findings, showing cross cultural empathy. D Demonstrates that internal and external influences impact on cultural identity.
Gives some examples of ways that different perspectives and values about the environment, of different groups, affect practices. Recognises some of the roles, rights and responsibilities of citizens in a democratic society. Considers the impact of discrimination over time on Aboriginal Australians. Makes plans, bearing in mind relevant ethical considerations, and uses information to describe patterns, draw conclusions and give reasons for a viewpoint. Shows recognition of the values and needs of audiences, considering reliability and bias. E Recognises that cultures have traditional elements and ones that represent responses to change.
Recognises that a variety of factors influence and reinforce existing social structures and institutions. Provides a simple, brief outline of the decision making process at different levels and emphasises the need for respect for all. Outlines a few strategies to identify and resolve conflict. Aboriginal and Intercultural Studies: Stage 3 Grade descriptions

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