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Kindergarten

World Languages

By speaking, writing, and/or signing, students will express themselves in a culturally appropriate manner for many purposes.

By listening, observing, reading and discussing, students will comprehend and interpret oral, written, and visual messages on a variety of topics.

Students will understand the relationship between language and culture.

Students will develop an understanding of other cultures, including such elements as: value systems, languages, traditions, and individual perspectives.

Students will understand how languages work.

Students will use the languages studied to reinforce and expand knowledge of other disciplines.

Students will use the language studied for personal enjoyment, personal enrichment, and employability.

1st

World Languages

By speaking, writing, and/or signing, students will express themselves in a culturally appropriate manner for many purposes.

By listening, observing, reading and discussing, students will comprehend and interpret oral, written, and visual messages on a variety of topics.

Students will understand the relationship between language and culture.

Students will develop an understanding of other cultures, including such elements as: value systems, languages, traditions, and individual perspectives.

Students will understand how languages work.

Students will use the languages studied to reinforce and expand knowledge of other disciplines.

Students will use the language studied for personal enjoyment, personal enrichment, and employability.

2nd

World Languages

By speaking, writing, and/or signing, students will express themselves in a culturally appropriate manner for many purposes.

By listening, observing, reading and discussing, students will comprehend and interpret oral, written, and visual messages on a variety of topics.

Students will understand the relationship between language and culture.

Students will develop an understanding of other cultures, including such elements as: value systems, languages, traditions, and individual perspectives.

Students will understand how languages work.

Students will use the languages studied to reinforce and expand knowledge of other disciplines.

Students will use the language studied for personal enjoyment, personal enrichment, and employability.

3rd

World Languages

By speaking, writing, and/or signing, students will express themselves in a culturally appropriate manner for many purposes.

By listening, observing, reading and discussing, students will comprehend and interpret oral, written, and visual messages on a variety of topics.

Students will understand the relationship between language and culture.

Students will develop an understanding of other cultures, including such elements as: value systems, languages, traditions, and individual perspectives.

Students will understand how languages work.

Students will use the languages studied to reinforce and expand knowledge of other disciplines.

Students will use the language studied for personal enjoyment, personal enrichment, and employability.

4th

World Languages

By speaking, writing, and/or signing, students will express themselves in a culturally appropriate manner for many purposes.

By listening, observing, reading and discussing, students will comprehend and interpret oral, written, and visual messages on a variety of topics.

Students will understand the relationship between language and culture.

Students will develop an understanding of other cultures, including such elements as: value systems, languages, traditions, and individual perspectives.

Students will understand how languages work.

Students will use the languages studied to reinforce and expand knowledge of other disciplines.

Students will use the language studied for personal enjoyment, personal enrichment, and employability.

5th

World Languages

By speaking, writing, and/or signing, students will express themselves in a culturally appropriate manner for many purposes.

By listening, observing, reading and discussing, students will comprehend and interpret oral, written, and visual messages on a variety of topics.

Students will understand the relationship between language and culture.

Students will develop an understanding of other cultures, including such elements as: value systems, languages, traditions, and individual perspectives.

Students will understand how languages work.

Students will use the languages studied to reinforce and expand knowledge of other disciplines.

Students will use the language studied for personal enjoyment, personal enrichment, and employability.

6th

World Languages

By speaking, writing, and/or signing, students will express themselves in a culturally appropriate manner for many purposes.

By listening, observing, reading and discussing, students will comprehend and interpret oral, written, and visual messages on a variety of topics.

Students will understand the relationship between language and culture.

Students will develop an understanding of other cultures, including such elements as: value systems, languages, traditions, and individual perspectives.

Students will understand how languages work.

Students will use the languages studied to reinforce and expand knowledge of other disciplines.

Students will use the language studied for personal enjoyment, personal enrichment, and employability.

7th

World Languages

By speaking, writing, and/or signing, students will express themselves in a culturally appropriate manner for many purposes.

By listening, observing, reading and discussing, students will comprehend and interpret oral, written, and visual messages on a variety of topics.

Students will understand the relationship between language and culture.

Students will develop an understanding of other cultures, including such elements as: value systems, languages, traditions, and individual perspectives.

Students will understand how languages work.

Students will use the languages studied to reinforce and expand knowledge of other disciplines.

Students will use the language studied for personal enjoyment, personal enrichment, and employability.

8th

World Languages

By speaking, writing, and/or signing, students will express themselves in a culturally appropriate manner for many purposes.

By listening, observing, reading and discussing, students will comprehend and interpret oral, written, and visual messages on a variety of topics.

Students will understand the relationship between language and culture.

Students will develop an understanding of other cultures, including such elements as: value systems, languages, traditions, and individual perspectives.

Students will understand how languages work.

Students will use the languages studied to reinforce and expand knowledge of other disciplines.

Students will use the language studied for personal enjoyment, personal enrichment, and employability.

9th

World Languages

By speaking, writing, and/or signing, students will express themselves in a culturally appropriate manner for many purposes.

By listening, observing, reading and discussing, students will comprehend and interpret oral, written, and visual messages on a variety of topics.

Students will understand the relationship between language and culture.

Students will develop an understanding of other cultures, including such elements as: value systems, languages, traditions, and individual perspectives.

Students will understand how languages work.

Students will use the languages studied to reinforce and expand knowledge of other disciplines.

Students will use the language studied for personal enjoyment, personal enrichment, and employability.

10th

World Languages

By speaking, writing, and/or signing, students will express themselves in a culturally appropriate manner for many purposes.

By listening, observing, reading and discussing, students will comprehend and interpret oral, written, and visual messages on a variety of topics.

Students will understand the relationship between language and culture.

Students will develop an understanding of other cultures, including such elements as: value systems, languages, traditions, and individual perspectives.

Students will understand how languages work.

Students will use the languages studied to reinforce and expand knowledge of other disciplines.

Students will use the language studied for personal enjoyment, personal enrichment, and employability.

11th

World Languages

By speaking, writing, and/or signing, students will express themselves in a culturally appropriate manner for many purposes.

By listening, observing, reading and discussing, students will comprehend and interpret oral, written, and visual messages on a variety of topics.

Students will understand the relationship between language and culture.

Students will develop an understanding of other cultures, including such elements as: value systems, languages, traditions, and individual perspectives.

Students will understand how languages work.

Students will use the languages studied to reinforce and expand knowledge of other disciplines.

Students will use the language studied for personal enjoyment, personal enrichment, and employability.

12th

World Languages

By speaking, writing, and/or signing, students will express themselves in a culturally appropriate manner for many purposes.

By listening, observing, reading and discussing, students will comprehend and interpret oral, written, and visual messages on a variety of topics.

Students will understand the relationship between language and culture.

Students will develop an understanding of other cultures, including such elements as: value systems, languages, traditions, and individual perspectives.

Students will understand how languages work.

Students will use the languages studied to reinforce and expand knowledge of other disciplines.

Students will use the language studied for personal enjoyment, personal enrichment, and employability.

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