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Date Published: 11/11/2018Document Owner: Shellharbour Early Childhood Education and Care Page 11 of 28
safety in the community services and health context, and its relationship with:2. cultural competence3. impact of European settlement4. past and present power relationsAssessment conditions Time allocated1.5 hoursContextWork based Equipment required by studentPC or paper and pen, usb, text book Submission instructionsHand in to teacher on due date Number of attempts2Information for Assessor The students may ask for the teacher to provide clarification of the questions asked and examples given by email or phone.The students are able to discuss the questions with their supervisor in the workplace and oral questioning to support learning and understanding. Filename: CHCDIV002: Promote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural safety Jenaya McCollDate Published: 11/11/2018Document Owner: Shellharbour Early Childhood Education and Care Page 12 of 28
Filename: CHCDIV002: Promote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural safety Jenaya McCollDate Published: 11/11/2018Document Owner: Shellharbour Early Childhood Education and Care Page 13 of 28CHCDIV002 Promote Aboriginal and /or Torres Strait islander cultural safety Task 2: Planned cultural experience:Using a planning format supplied by your teacher, you are required to plan, implement and evaluate oneexperiencethat displays an authentic representation of the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander culture. You are to use one ofthe following resources in your plan for the group of children which illustrates effective communications skills andwork practices that show respect for the cultural differences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.A connection with the land: e.g. gardening, exploring native plants, recycling and theuse of natural resources.Storytelling: Dreamtime story telling; told stories, drama, singing, dance, andmovement.Music: Musical instruments e.g. the woomera, clap sticks, tapping sticks and drums.Australian native animals.Visual arts: Traditional Aboriginal art techniques and/or Aboriginal contemporary art.
Assessor’s example of Experience PlanExperience planPlay doughStudent name: Jenny Supervisor feedback including meeting organisational standards, policies and procedures / supervisor signature:Name of the child/children and their age: 12months - 2yrs (Jasmin, Skye, Kiara, Tyler)Context: xPlay Real life experience Routines and transitionsDate of implementation:Why are you planning this experience?See Observation 3. 3.15 attachedI want to offer the toddlers a natural materialto manipulate with their hands and possibly decorate with natural materials twigs, andnative flora.What is the planning idea?