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Kindergarten

World Languages

Communication - Interpersonal / Conversational. The student engages in conversations, provides and obtains information, expresses feelings and emotions, and exchanges opinions.

Communication - Interpretive. The student understands and interprets written and spoken/signed language on a variety of topics.

Communication - Presentational. The student conveys information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners, viewers, and readers for a variety of purposes.

Cultures - Practices and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the practices and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Cultures - Products and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the products and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Connections - Content. The student makes connections to other disciplines through knowledge of a world language.

Connections - Authentic sources. The student uses authentic sources of the target language to gain knowledge.

Comparisons - Languages. The student understands the nature of language by making comparisons between the target language and English.

Comparisons - Cultures. The student understands the concept of cultures through comparing the target cultures with American culture.

Communities - Application. The student applies language skills and cultural knowledge both within and beyond the school setting.

Communities - Exploration. The student becomes a lifelong learner for personal enjoyment and enrichment.

1st

World Languages

Communication - Interpersonal / Conversational. The student engages in conversations, provides and obtains information, expresses feelings and emotions, and exchanges opinions.

Communication - Interpretive. The student understands and interprets written and spoken/signed language on a variety of topics.

Communication - Presentational. The student conveys information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners, viewers, and readers for a variety of purposes.

Cultures - Practices and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the practices and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Cultures - Products and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the products and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Connections - Content. The student makes connections to other disciplines through knowledge of a world language.

Connections - Authentic sources. The student uses authentic sources of the target language to gain knowledge.

Comparisons - Languages. The student understands the nature of language by making comparisons between the target language and English.

Comparisons - Cultures. The student understands the concept of cultures through comparing the target cultures with American culture.

Communities - Application. The student applies language skills and cultural knowledge both within and beyond the school setting.

Communities - Exploration. The student becomes a lifelong learner for personal enjoyment and enrichment.

2nd

World Languages

Communication - Interpersonal / Conversational. The student engages in conversations, provides and obtains information, expresses feelings and emotions, and exchanges opinions.

Communication - Interpretive. The student understands and interprets written and spoken/signed language on a variety of topics.

Communication - Presentational. The student conveys information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners, viewers, and readers for a variety of purposes.

Cultures - Practices and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the practices and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Cultures - Products and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the products and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Connections - Content. The student makes connections to other disciplines through knowledge of a world language.

Connections - Authentic sources. The student uses authentic sources of the target language to gain knowledge.

Comparisons - Languages. The student understands the nature of language by making comparisons between the target language and English.

Comparisons - Cultures. The student understands the concept of cultures through comparing the target cultures with American culture.

Communities - Application. The student applies language skills and cultural knowledge both within and beyond the school setting.

Communities - Exploration. The student becomes a lifelong learner for personal enjoyment and enrichment.

3rd

World Languages

Communication - Interpersonal / Conversational. The student engages in conversations, provides and obtains information, expresses feelings and emotions, and exchanges opinions.

Communication - Interpretive. The student understands and interprets written and spoken/signed language on a variety of topics.

Communication - Presentational. The student conveys information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners, viewers, and readers for a variety of purposes.

Cultures - Practices and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the practices and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Cultures - Products and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the products and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Connections - Content. The student makes connections to other disciplines through knowledge of a world language.

Connections - Authentic sources. The student uses authentic sources of the target language to gain knowledge.

Comparisons - Languages. The student understands the nature of language by making comparisons between the target language and English.

Comparisons - Cultures. The student understands the concept of cultures through comparing the target cultures with American culture.

Communities - Application. The student applies language skills and cultural knowledge both within and beyond the school setting.

Communities - Exploration. The student becomes a lifelong learner for personal enjoyment and enrichment.

4th

World Languages

Communication - Interpersonal / Conversational. The student engages in conversations, provides and obtains information, expresses feelings and emotions, and exchanges opinions.

Communication - Interpretive. The student understands and interprets written and spoken/signed language on a variety of topics.

Communication - Presentational. The student conveys information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners, viewers, and readers for a variety of purposes.

Cultures - Practices and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the practices and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Cultures - Products and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the products and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Connections - Content. The student makes connections to other disciplines through knowledge of a world language.

Connections - Authentic sources. The student uses authentic sources of the target language to gain knowledge.

Comparisons - Languages. The student understands the nature of language by making comparisons between the target language and English.

Comparisons - Cultures. The student understands the concept of cultures through comparing the target cultures with American culture.

Communities - Application. The student applies language skills and cultural knowledge both within and beyond the school setting.

Communities - Exploration. The student becomes a lifelong learner for personal enjoyment and enrichment.

5th

World Languages

Communication - Interpersonal / Conversational. The student engages in conversations, provides and obtains information, expresses feelings and emotions, and exchanges opinions.

Communication - Interpretive. The student understands and interprets written and spoken/signed language on a variety of topics.

Communication - Presentational. The student conveys information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners, viewers, and readers for a variety of purposes.

Cultures - Practices and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the practices and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Cultures - Products and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the products and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Connections - Content. The student makes connections to other disciplines through knowledge of a world language.

Connections - Authentic sources. The student uses authentic sources of the target language to gain knowledge.

Comparisons - Languages. The student understands the nature of language by making comparisons between the target language and English.

Comparisons - Cultures. The student understands the concept of cultures through comparing the target cultures with American culture.

Communities - Application. The student applies language skills and cultural knowledge both within and beyond the school setting.

Communities - Exploration. The student becomes a lifelong learner for personal enjoyment and enrichment.

6th

World Languages

Communication - Interpersonal / Conversational. The student engages in conversations, provides and obtains information, expresses feelings and emotions, and exchanges opinions.

Communication - Interpretive. The student understands and interprets written and spoken/signed language on a variety of topics.

Communication - Presentational. The student conveys information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners, viewers, and readers for a variety of purposes.

Cultures - Practices and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the practices and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Cultures - Products and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the products and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Connections - Content. The student makes connections to other disciplines through knowledge of a world language.

Connections - Authentic sources. The student uses authentic sources of the target language to gain knowledge.

Comparisons - Languages. The student understands the nature of language by making comparisons between the target language and English.

Comparisons - Cultures. The student understands the concept of cultures through comparing the target cultures with American culture.

Communities - Application. The student applies language skills and cultural knowledge both within and beyond the school setting.

Communities - Exploration. The student becomes a lifelong learner for personal enjoyment and enrichment.

7th

World Languages

Communication - Interpersonal / Conversational. The student engages in conversations, provides and obtains information, expresses feelings and emotions, and exchanges opinions.

Communication - Interpretive. The student understands and interprets written and spoken/signed language on a variety of topics.

Communication - Presentational. The student conveys information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners, viewers, and readers for a variety of purposes.

Cultures - Practices and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the practices and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Cultures - Products and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the products and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Connections - Content. The student makes connections to other disciplines through knowledge of a world language.

Connections - Authentic sources. The student uses authentic sources of the target language to gain knowledge.

Comparisons - Languages. The student understands the nature of language by making comparisons between the target language and English.

Comparisons - Cultures. The student understands the concept of cultures through comparing the target cultures with American culture.

Communities - Application. The student applies language skills and cultural knowledge both within and beyond the school setting.

Communities - Exploration. The student becomes a lifelong learner for personal enjoyment and enrichment.

8th

World Languages

Communication - Interpersonal / Conversational. The student engages in conversations, provides and obtains information, expresses feelings and emotions, and exchanges opinions.

Communication - Interpretive. The student understands and interprets written and spoken/signed language on a variety of topics.

Communication - Presentational. The student conveys information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners, viewers, and readers for a variety of purposes.

Cultures - Practices and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the practices and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Cultures - Products and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the products and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Connections - Content. The student makes connections to other disciplines through knowledge of a world language.

Connections - Authentic sources. The student uses authentic sources of the target language to gain knowledge.

Comparisons - Languages. The student understands the nature of language by making comparisons between the target language and English.

Comparisons - Cultures. The student understands the concept of cultures through comparing the target cultures with American culture.

Communities - Application. The student applies language skills and cultural knowledge both within and beyond the school setting.

Communities - Exploration. The student becomes a lifelong learner for personal enjoyment and enrichment.

9th

World Languages

Communication - Interpersonal / Conversational. The student engages in conversations, provides and obtains information, expresses feelings and emotions, and exchanges opinions.

Communication - Interpretive. The student understands and interprets written and spoken/signed language on a variety of topics.

Communication - Presentational. The student conveys information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners, viewers, and readers for a variety of purposes.

Cultures - Practices and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the practices and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Cultures - Products and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the products and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Connections - Content. The student makes connections to other disciplines through knowledge of a world language.

Connections - Authentic sources. The student uses authentic sources of the target language to gain knowledge.

Comparisons - Languages. The student understands the nature of language by making comparisons between the target language and English.

Comparisons - Cultures. The student understands the concept of cultures through comparing the target cultures with American culture.

Communities - Application. The student applies language skills and cultural knowledge both within and beyond the school setting.

Communities - Exploration. The student becomes a lifelong learner for personal enjoyment and enrichment.

10th

World Languages

Communication - Interpersonal / Conversational. The student engages in conversations, provides and obtains information, expresses feelings and emotions, and exchanges opinions.

Communication - Interpretive. The student understands and interprets written and spoken/signed language on a variety of topics.

Communication - Presentational. The student conveys information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners, viewers, and readers for a variety of purposes.

Cultures - Practices and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the practices and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Cultures - Products and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the products and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Connections - Content. The student makes connections to other disciplines through knowledge of a world language.

Connections - Authentic sources. The student uses authentic sources of the target language to gain knowledge.

Comparisons - Languages. The student understands the nature of language by making comparisons between the target language and English.

Comparisons - Cultures. The student understands the concept of cultures through comparing the target cultures with American culture.

Communities - Application. The student applies language skills and cultural knowledge both within and beyond the school setting.

Communities - Exploration. The student becomes a lifelong learner for personal enjoyment and enrichment.

11th

World Languages

Communication - Interpersonal / Conversational. The student engages in conversations, provides and obtains information, expresses feelings and emotions, and exchanges opinions.

Communication - Interpretive. The student understands and interprets written and spoken/signed language on a variety of topics.

Communication - Presentational. The student conveys information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners, viewers, and readers for a variety of purposes.

Cultures - Practices and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the practices and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Cultures - Products and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the products and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Connections - Content. The student makes connections to other disciplines through knowledge of a world language.

Connections - Authentic sources. The student uses authentic sources of the target language to gain knowledge.

Comparisons - Languages. The student understands the nature of language by making comparisons between the target language and English.

Comparisons - Cultures. The student understands the concept of cultures through comparing the target cultures with American culture.

Communities - Application. The student applies language skills and cultural knowledge both within and beyond the school setting.

Communities - Exploration. The student becomes a lifelong learner for personal enjoyment and enrichment.

12th

World Languages

Communication - Interpersonal / Conversational. The student engages in conversations, provides and obtains information, expresses feelings and emotions, and exchanges opinions.

Communication - Interpretive. The student understands and interprets written and spoken/signed language on a variety of topics.

Communication - Presentational. The student conveys information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners, viewers, and readers for a variety of purposes.

Cultures - Practices and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the practices and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Cultures - Products and perspectives. The student demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between the products and perspectives of the target language cultures.

Connections - Content. The student makes connections to other disciplines through knowledge of a world language.

Connections - Authentic sources. The student uses authentic sources of the target language to gain knowledge.

Comparisons - Languages. The student understands the nature of language by making comparisons between the target language and English.

Comparisons - Cultures. The student understands the concept of cultures through comparing the target cultures with American culture.

Communities - Application. The student applies language skills and cultural knowledge both within and beyond the school setting.

Communities - Exploration. The student becomes a lifelong learner for personal enjoyment and enrichment.

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