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 Skills

 Meet

 Emerging  Technologies  

Communica6on    
Students  as  effec,ve  communicators  use  languages  
to  engage  in  meaningful  conversa,on,  to  
understand  and  interpret  spoken  language  and  
wri9en  text,  and  to  present  informa,on,  concepts,  
and  ideas.  

Collabora6on  

Students  as  collaborators  use  their  na,ve  and  
acquired  languages  to  learn  from  and  work  
coopera,vely  across  cultures  with  global  team  
members,  sharing  responsibility  and  making  
necessary  compromises  while  working  toward  a  
common  goal.    

Cri6cal  Thinking  &  Problem  Solving  
Students  as  inquirers  frame,  analyze,  and  
synthesize  informa,on  as  well  as  nego,ate  
meaning  across  language  and  culture  in  order  to  
explore  problems  and  issues  from  their  own  and  
different  perspec,ves.  

Crea6vity  &  Innova6on    
Students  as  creators  and  innovators  respond  to  
new  and  diverse  perspec,ves.  They  use  language  
in  imagina,ve  and  original  ways  to  make  useful  
contribu,ons.  

Informa6on  Literacy  
Students  as  informed  global  ci,zens  access,  
manage,  and  effec,vely  use  culturally  authen,c  
sources  in  ethical  and  legal  ways.    

Media  Literacy  
Students  as  ac,ve  global  ci,zens  evaluate  
authen,c  sources  to  understand  how  media  reflect  
and  influence  language  and  culture.  

Technology  Literacy  
Students  as  produc,ve  global  ci,zens  use  
appropriate  technologies  when  interpre,ng  
messages,  interac,ng  with  others,  and  producing  
wri9en,  oral,  and  visual  messages.    

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Flexibility  &  Adaptability  
Students  as  flexible  and  adaptable  language  
learners  are  open-­‐minded,  willing  to  take  risks,  and  
accept  the  ambiguity  of  language  while  balancing  
diverse  global  perspec,ves.  

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Ini6a6ve  &  Self-­‐Direc6on  
Students  as  life-­‐long  learners  are  mo,vated  to  set  
their  own  goals  and  reflect  on  their  progress  as  
they  grow  and  improve  their  linguis,c  and  cultural  
competence.    

Social  &  Cross-­‐Cultural  Skills  
Students  as  adept  language  learners  understand  
diverse  cultural  perspec,ves  and  use  appropriate  
socio-­‐linguis,c  skills  in  order  to  func,on  in  
diverse  cultural  and  linguis,c  contexts  

Produc6vity  &  Accountability  
Students  as  produc,ve  and  accountable  learners  
take  responsibility  for  their  own  learning  by  ac,vely  
working  to  increase  their  language  proficiency  and  
cultural  knowledge.  

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Leadership  &  Responsibility  
Students  as  responsible  leaders  leverage  their  
linguis,c  and  cross-­‐cultural  skills  to  inspire  others  
to  be  fair,  accep,ng,  open,  and  understanding  
within  and  beyond  the  local  community.    

Created  by  Lauren  Rosen  

Please  note:  This  is  a  suggested  list  and  in  no  way  an  exhaus4ve  list  of  the  possible  tools  to  support  the  World  Languages  21st  Century  Skills.