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CDE Colorado 2010 World Languages Range Level Expectations 8.25.09

CDE Colorado 2010 World Languages Range Level Expectations 8.25.09

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Range level expectations
Intermediate-mid
Communication in languages other thanEnglish
1.Initiate, sustain and close conversations,(written or oral) on a variety of topics, using predominantly familiar vocabulary andgrammatical structures. (Interpersonalmode)2.Comprehend a passage or conversation(written or oral) in a variety of situationsand on familiar topics, using predominantlyfamiliar vocabulary and grammaticalstructures. (Interpretive mode)3.Create, express, perform, and/or presentusing learned and spontaneous language, inan organized structure (written or oral)) on avariety of predominantly familiar topics,with accuracy, comprehensibility, and somedegree of fluidity. (Presentational mode)
Knowledge and Understanding of OtherCultures
1.Analyze and synthesize how the viewpointsof people who speak the target language arereflected in their practices.2.Evaluate how and why products reflect practices and perspectives in the culturesstudied.
Connections with Other Disciplines andInformation Acquisition
1.Analyze the connections betweeninformation gathered from target languageresources and other disciplines.2.Classify and organize information acquiredfrom authentic resources, includingtechnology.
Comparisons to Develop Insight into theNature of Language and Culture
 1.Apply knowledge of increasingly complexstructural patterns in both the targetlanguage and the student’s own language tocommunicate effectively.2.Analyze the significance of the similaritiesand differences between the target culture(s)and the student’s own culture and how thetwo cultures interact.
Participation in Multilingual Communities atHome and Around the World
1.Interpret and expand complex languageskills and cultural knowledge of the targetlanguage both within and beyond theclassroom setting.2.Extract from and evaluate various resourcesin the target language to obtain informationon topics of personal interest.
 
Intermediate-low
Communication in languages other thanEnglish
1.Initiate, maintain, close conversations,(written or oral) on a variety of familiar topics, using familiar vocabulary andgrammatical structures. (Interpersonalmode)2.Comprehend a passage or conversation(written or oral) in a limited number of situations and on familiar topics, usingfamiliar vocabulary and grammaticalstructures. (Interpretive mode)3.Create, express, perform, and/or presentusing learned, extended language (written or oral) on a variety of familiar topics,comprehensible to a sympathetic audience.(Presentational mode)
Knowledge and Understanding of OtherCultures
1.Draw conclusions using one’sunderstanding of the perspectives and practices of the cultures studied and howthey are interrelated.2.Examine how the viewpoints of people whospeak the target language are reflected intheir products.
Connections with Other Disciplines andInformation Acquisition
1.Assess the usefulness of informationgathered from target language resources for application in other disciplines.2.Examine viewpoints presented in authenticsources, including technology, and drawconclusions
Comparisons to Develop Insight into theNature of Language and Culture
1.Apply knowledge of similarities anddifferences between structural patterns of the target language through comparisons of the student’s own language and the languagestudied.2.Compare the similarities and differences between the target culture(s) and thestudent’s own culture and how the twocultures interact.
Participation in Multilingual Communities atHome and Around the World
1.Apply increasingly complex language skillsand cultural knowledge of the targetlanguage beyond the classroom setting.2.Analyze various resources in the targetlanguage to obtain information on topics of  personal interest.
Novice-High
 
Communication in languages other thanEnglish
1.Participate in guided conversations (writtenor oral) on a variety of familiar and predictable topics, using both memorizedand occasionally spontaneous language.(Interpersonal mode)2.Comprehend sentence length language(written or oral) in a limited number of situations and on familiar topics, usinglearned vocabulary and grammaticalstructures. (Interpretive mode)3.Create and/or present using learnedlanguage (written or oral) on a variety of familiar topics, comprehensible to asympathetic audience. (Presentational mode)
Knowledge and Understanding of OtherCultures
1.Discuss common practices and viewpointswithin the cultures studied.2.Discuss familiar products of the culturesstudied.
Connections with Other Disciplines andInformation Acquisition
1.Discuss the connections betweeninformation gathered from target languageresources and other disciplines.2.Discuss own experiences and compare withthose of speakers of the target language,using authentic resources, includingtechnology.
Comparisons to Develop Insight into theNature of Language and Culture
1.Describe similarities and differences between structural patterns of the targetlanguage through comparisons of thestudent’s own language and the languagestudied.2.Describe the nature of culture throughcomparisons of the target culture and thestudent’s own culture
 
and how the twocultures interact.
Participation in Multilingual Communities atHome and Around the World
1.Apply language skills and culturalknowledge of the target language within and beyond the classroom setting. and locateresources that provide information aboutcultures studied in order to extrapolate andintegrate information.2.Consult and use various resources in thetarget language to obtain information ontopics of personal interest.
Novice-Mid
Communication in languages other than
1.Participate in basic conversations (written or 

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