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World Languages

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark I)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark I)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark II)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark II)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark III)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark III)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark III)

1st

World Languages

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark I)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark I)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark II)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark II)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark III)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark III)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark III)

2nd

World Languages

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark I)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark I)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark II)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark II)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark III)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark III)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark III)

3rd

World Languages

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark I)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark I)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark II)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark II)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark III)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark III)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark III)

4th

World Languages

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark I)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark I)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark II)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark II)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark III)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark III)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark III)

5th

World Languages

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark I)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark I)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark II)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark II)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark III)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark III)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark III)

6th

World Languages

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark I)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark I)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark II)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark II)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark III)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark III)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark III)

7th

World Languages

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark I)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark I)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark II)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark II)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark III)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark III)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark III)

8th

World Languages

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark I)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark I)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark II)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark II)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark III)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark III)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark III)

9th

World Languages

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark I)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark I)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark II)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark II)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark III)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark III)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark III)

10th

World Languages

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark I)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark I)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark II)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark II)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark III)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark III)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark III)

11th

World Languages

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark I)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark I)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark II)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark II)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark III)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark III)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark III)

12th

World Languages

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark I)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark I)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark I)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark I)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark I)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark II)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark II)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark II)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark II)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark II)

Communication: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students understand and interpret spoken and/or written language on a variety of topics. (Benchmark III)

Communication: Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and/or readers for a variety of purposes. (Benchmark III)

Cultures: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives, practices, and products/contributions of cultures studied, and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students reinforce and increase his/her knowledge of other disciplines through world languages. (Benchmark III)

Connections: Students acquire information and perspectives through authentic materials in world languages and within cultures. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students recognize that different languages use different patterns and can apply this knowledge to his/her own language. (Benchmark III)

Comparisons: Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the culture studied and his/her own. (Benchmark III)

Communities: Students apply language skills and cultural knowledge in daily life. (Benchmark III)

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