Question 2 To complete this task refer to p 21 of your reading Working with

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their children to teach early literacy skills such as predicting, story sequencing, and identifying key characters. Question 2 To complete this task refer to (p. 21) of your reading: Working with Aboriginal People and Communities – A Practice Resource. List the two key facts in relation to Aboriginal language and dialects. 46 Nova College v7.1.1
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CHCECE001 Develop cultural competence and CHCDIV002 Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety. Theory Tasks 1. There is no universal Aboriginal language. 2. Each nation has its own distinct language and/or dialect. Question 3 To complete this task refer to (pp. 1 – 2) of your reading: Protocols: Communicating with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People. a) What is the traditional meaning of an Aboriginal Elder? The traditional meaning of an Aboriginal Elder is someone who has gained recognition within their community as a custodian of knowledge and lore, and who has permission to disclose cultural knowledge and beliefs. b) How is the term ‘Mob’ used by Aboriginal people? Mob’ is a term that is extremely important to Aboriginal people because it is used to identify who they are and where they are from. ‘Mob’ is generally used by Aboriginal people and between Aboriginal people. Therefore, it may not be appropriate for non-Aboriginal people to use this term unless this is known to be acceptable to Aboriginal people. c) Who is a ‘Traditional owner’? A ‘Traditional owner(s)’ is an Aboriginal person or group of Aboriginal people directly descended from the original Aboriginal inhabitants of a culturally defined area of land or country, and has a cultural association with this country that derives from the traditions, observances, customs, beliefs or history of the original Aboriginal inhabitants of the area. d) List six terms that are considered to be offensive when communicating with Aboriginal people. 47 Nova College v7.1.1
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CHCECE001 Develop cultural competence and CHCDIV002 Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety. Theory Tasks 1 . ATSI 2. Native 3. Mixed blood 4. Half-caste 5. Quarter-caste 6. Full-blood Question 4 To complete this task refer to (pp. 2 – 3) of your reading: Protocols: Communicating with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People. List the ways in which communication barriers can be overcome in each of the following areas. Communication Barriers Suggested ways to overcome these barriers Welcome A smile and a nod is welcoming, even without words Relationships first Person before Business – ask about family, share information about yourself. Tone of voice Speak in gentle tones. High tones may be perceived at patronising Do not speak too fast. Slow down and be clear with your words. 48 Nova College v7.1.1
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CHCECE001 Develop cultural competence and CHCDIV002 Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety. Theory Tasks Language Do not make assumptions about the level of English proficiency or literacy level of a parent.
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