You will be proving the importance of values in all aspects of Folklore throughout this research paper. Some values reflected in Australian folklore are respect, honesty, and freedom to be yourself. These values are important because they dictate one’s beliefs and behaviors. Oral Tradition and Folklore What is the significance of oral tradition and folklore in history? The significance of oral tradition and folklore in history is that they have taught us lessons that have been needed throughout history.
Value What does it mean? Australian examples (use textbook and think of your own) Cultural If a landform has cultural value, it means that it is important to a place 's culture and to people of different cultures who express their love for the landform through creative means like poetry. Uluru has cultural value, especially to the Aboriginal people in Australia as many of their dreamtimes stories refer to how Uluru was formed. Mount Wellington is an example of cultural value because it is one of the main features in Tasmania and whenever people think of Tasmania they think of Mount Wellington. Spiritual If a landform has spiritual value it means that it is somehow spiritually connected to people to help them be one with the land.
Generally, the designers (women artists) conform to the traditional decorations that demonstrate a preference for art that can be recognized. The lifestyle of the Nankani has a profound influence on the art that is produced. These influences include the physical environment, the agrarian customs and the general Nankani culture itself. Hence, the Nankani Compound in Sirigu, Ghana, in its art celebrates all that is important to their life and this is shown (the same) on their pottery, baskets, their homes and even on the skin thus cementing cultural identity. Each design is symbolic of some aspect of their culture.
For Pearson, allusions to the Redfern Speech alongside clever implementation of inclusive language facilitate the notion that Indigenous issues are a concern for the nation as a whole. This is evident through the usage of ‘our nation’ and the actions that ‘we’ have to take to correct the injustices of the past, which has the effect of reconciling the divide between Indigenous and European Australians; thus unifying the nation. Atwood, on the other hand, employs pathos through personal anecdotes and humour in order to establish a relationship with her audience. This provides her textual integrity, as it resonates with her audience on a personal level. The humorous personal anecdote of her daughter’s breakfast play allows Atwood to reinforce her argument that in order to ignite interest in literature “something else has to happen”, assisting her audience to emotionally identify with her perspective.
Multiethnic health in Australian health care systems manifest the fundamental values of multiculturalism work inside the framework of health care, with certifying that the training of health professional has a strong and specific emphasis on building cultural competence and effectiveness, that is, the ability to work competently and effectively in a culturally diverse workplace and in encounters with people from different cultural backgrounds to ensure the delivery of best level of healthcare. ( Australian Government. The people of Australia. Australia’s Multicultural Policy; 2011.) Cultural competence, (National Health and Medical Research Council.
Through exploring Aboriginal symbols and art children will be able to strengthen Aboriginal perspectives and Aboriginal knowledge in a creative and expressive way. According to EYLF, children’s different ways of connectedness with people, country and communities helps them to develop sense of identity and experiencing respectful relationships, strengthens their interest and skills, over the time this learning transforms the ways they interact with others (DEEWR,
With this in mind, these Indigenous individuals and community leaders are suggesting this story is an accurate representation of their history. In addition this story has been taken up by multiple platforms, including twitter. Several teachers have come forward on twitter claiming to use The Secret Path in their lesson plans. @MrsMievresClass tweeted, “The Secret Path makes reconciliation real for Pilot Butte students,” the tweet includes a picture of young students holding up drawings related to Wenjack’s plight. While @cheranpete stated that “[his] class has been walking in memory of #ChanieWenjack We will not forget, we will do better.” @cheranpete’s tweet also includes a screenshot of The Secret Path, with a number of boots placed along side Chanie on the railway
Mankiller’s autobiography is Mankiller is writing about herself and she is writing about her personal experiences that help develop her thoughts and actions in life. She also writes about the history of indigenous people and the “Indian Island.” The last thing that was included in the autobiography was Mankiller expresses her feelings and thoughts. Meanwhile, the biography is written by Abbey talking about Mankiller. One thing Abbey talks about was Mankiller’s childhood, her leadership abilities, and Mankiller’s quotes from her autobiography adding her opinions of Mankiller’s character. The biography is different from the autobiography in many ways like the autobiography is written with quotes that Mankiller said, it also talks about
Culture includes all of humanity in the construction and conveying aspects of social life. Since born, the socialisation process is a path of adoption of the behaviour patterns of the surrounding culture to the social groups and the community on what is a symbol and value systems (Kirmayer & Swartz, 2014). Culture respecting is an important to work with aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, some considerations need to pay attention as follows, Identification For Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander residing in metropolitan setting, identity may be reflected on place and family as well as may be impacted by multiple factors of disputed characteristics associated with cognitions of colour, culture and preconception that may impact opportunities
Week ones study was focused on the Aboriginal Acknowledgement of Country and the Indigenous terms of reference. These are two very important topics as they focus on the interaction between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Australians, fostering a relationship a relationship of trust, respect and understanding. A proper understanding of the Aboriginal Terms of Reference is an integral tool for an aspiring teacher such as myself. They encompass the cultural knowledge, understanding and experiences that are at the center of the Indigenous culture (Oxenham, 1999). It is important to have an understanding of the background of any child that you are trying to educate, but it is especially important to establish a relationship with children who have