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LEARNING OUTCOMES – Bring them on a journey

Practise in ways that show a commitment to social justice and the processes of reconciliation based on understanding the culture, experiences, histories and contemporary issues of Indigenous Australian communities

Knowledge

Skill

Application

Understand specific cultural and historical patterns that have structured Indigenous lives in the past and the way in which these patterns continue to be expressed in contemporary Australia Critically examine personal power, privilege and profession within the broader context of the history, assumptions and characteristics that structure Australian Society, and the way those factors shape historical and contemporary engagement with Indigenous communities and Indigenous people Practice in ways that show a commitment to social justice and the process of reconciliation through inclusive practices and citizenship

Suggested Approach

Generic Rubric Lines – for inclusion in your assessment tasks

Knowledge

 

 

 

CRITERION High Distinction  Distinction  Credit  Pass  Fail 
Understand specific cultural and historical patterns that have structured Indigenous lives in the past and the way in which these patterns continue to be expressed in contemporary Australia Identify cultural and historical patterns that have structured Indigenous lives in the past and evaluate how they are still expressed in contemporary Australia, comparing Australian attitudes to other similar countries (settled by England).   Identify cultural and historical patterns that have structured Indigenous lives in the past and analyse how they are still expressed in contemporary Australia using examples to illustrate. Identify cultural and historical patterns that have structured Indigenous lives in the past and explains how they are still expressed in contemporary Australia. Identify cultural and historical patterns that have structured Indigenous lives in the past and outlines how they are still expressed in contemporary Australia. Does not identify cultural and historical patterns that have structured Indigenous lives in the past or how they are still expressed in contemporary Australia.

Skill

 

 

 

CRITERION High Distinction  Distinction  Credit  Pass  Fail 
Critically examine personal power, privilege and profession within the broader context of the history, assumptions and characteristics that structure Australian Society, and the way those factors shape historical and contemporary engagement with Indigenous communities and Indigenous people Examines and analyses overt and covert evidence of Australian cultural norms and uses diverse perspectives from a variety of sources to qualify analysis. Analyses the connections between ‘race’, racialisation, and culture to identify and critically analyse overt and covert evidence that emphasises the construction of Indigenous Australians as divergent from and/or aligned with the norm and provides reasons for the construction of these ideas. Examines and reflects on personal power, privilege and profession to explain the social, cultural, institutional, and historical influences on their progressed understandings, and integrates these reflections into the analysis of these broader influences. Analyses overt and covert evidence of Australian cultural norms and uses alternative perspectives from sources to qualify the analysis. Discusses the connections between ‘race’, racialisation, and culture to examine overt and covert evidence to explain the construction of Indigenous Australians as divergent from and/or aligned with the norm. Critically examines and reflects on  personal power, privilege and profession to explain the social, cultural, institutional, and historical influences on their understandings in the analysis of these broader influences. Analyses the overt evidence of Australian cultural norms and uses alternative perspectives from sources to qualify the analysis. Describes the links between ‘race’, racialisation, and culture to discuss the overt evidence to explain the construction of Indigenous Australians as divergent from and/or aligned with the norm Examines and reflects on personal power, privilege and profession to explain the social and cultural influences on their understandings in the discussion of these broader influences. Identifies overt evidence of Australian cultural norms and begins to analyse the links between ‘race’, racialisation, and culture to explain the construction of Indigenous Australians as divergent from or aligned with the norm. Reflects on personal power, privilege and profession to discuss the social and cultural influences on their understandings. Does not identify overt evidence of Australian cultural norms or begin to analyse the links between ‘race’, racialisation, and culture to explain the construction of Indigenous Australians as divergent from or aligned with the norm. Does not reflect on personal power, privilege and profession to discuss the social and cultural influences on their understandings.

Application

 

 

 

CRITERION High Distinction  Distinction  Credit  Pass  Fail 
Practise in ways that show a commitment to social justice and the process of reconciliation through inclusive practices and citizenship

Describe personal attitudes and how they demonstrate a commitment to social justice and the process of reconciliation.

Reflect on personal attitudes to evaluate if they are committed to social justice and reconciliation.

Reassess personal attitudes to reenforce and establish new attitudes, using examples to justify your position.

Describe personal attitudes and how they demonstrate a commitment to social justice and the process of reconciliation.

Reflect on personal attitudes to explain how those attitudes have evolved.

Describe personal attitudes and how they demonstrate a commitment to social justice and the process of reconciliation.

Explain how these attitudes are manifest through inclusive practices and citizenship.

Describe personal attitudes and how they demonstrate a commitment to social justice and the process of reconciliation. Does not describe personal attitudes and how they demonstrate a commitment to social justice and the process of reconciliation.