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Language: Language for Interaction
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Understand how language use can have inclusive and exclusive social effects, and can empower or disempower people 


    • Literacy
    • Critical and creative thinking
    • Personal and social competence
    • Intercultural understanding
    • Listening
    • Speaking
    • Writing
    • Reading
  • identifying language that seeks to align the listener or reader (for example 'of course', 'obviously', 'as you can imagine')
  • identifying the use of first person (I, we) and second person pronouns (you) to distance or involve the audience, for example in a speech made to a local cultural community
  • identifying references to shared assumptions
  • identifying appeals to shared cultural knowledge, values and beliefs
  • reflecting on experiences of when language includes, distances or marginalises others
  • creating texts that represent personal belief systems (such as credos, statements of ethical judgements, guidelines, letters to the editor and blog entries)