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Communication in Languages other than English

1 - Communicate about very familiar topics (written or oral) using isolated words and high-frequency phrases (interpersonal mode)

a - Copy and exchange simple messages

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Communication in Languages other than English

1 - Communicate about very familiar topics (written or oral) using isolated words and high-frequency phrases (interpersonal mode)

b - Imitate modeled words and phrases using intonation and pronunciation

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Communication in Languages other than English

1 - Communicate about very familiar topics (written or oral) using isolated words and high-frequency phrases (interpersonal mode)

c - Form simple sentences on very familiar topics using learned vocabulary and high frequency phrases

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Communication in Languages other than English

1 - Communicate about very familiar topics (written or oral) using isolated words and high-frequency phrases (interpersonal mode)

d - Use words and phrases without awareness of grammatical structures

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Communication in Languages other than English

1 - Communicate about very familiar topics (written or oral) using isolated words and high-frequency phrases (interpersonal mode)

e - Answer simple questions about very familiar topics

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Communication in Languages other than English

2 - Comprehend isolated words and high frequency phrases (written and oral) on very familiar topics (interpretive mode)

a - Understand short, simple conversations and narratives using objects, visuals and gestures

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Communication in Languages other than English

2 - Comprehend isolated words and high frequency phrases (written and oral) on very familiar topics (interpretive mode)

b - Respond to questions seeking clarification (for example, do you understand? What is this?)

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Communication in Languages other than English

2 - Comprehend isolated words and high frequency phrases (written and oral) on very familiar topics (interpretive mode)

c - Follow simple commands

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Communication in Languages other than English

2 - Comprehend isolated words and high frequency phrases (written and oral) on very familiar topics (interpretive mode)

d - Recognize the symbols of the target language writing system

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Communication in Languages other than English

3 - Present on very familiar topics (written and oral) using isolated words and high-frequency phrases (presentational mode)

a - Reproduce high-frequency words and phrases

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Communication in Languages other than English

3 - Present on very familiar topics (written and oral) using isolated words and high-frequency phrases (presentational mode)

b - Use words derived from cognates, prefixes and thematic vocabulary

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Communication in Languages other than English

3 - Present on very familiar topics (written and oral) using isolated words and high-frequency phrases (presentational mode)

c - Recite single-word or high-frequency responses to visual cues

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Knowledge and Understanding of Other Cultures

1 - Identify common practices within the target cultures studied

a - Acknowledge and imitate basic greetings and gestures

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Knowledge and Understanding of Other Cultures

1 - Identify common practices within the target cultures studied

b - Identify some common social practices at home and school

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Knowledge and Understanding of Other Cultures

1 - Identify common practices within the target cultures studied

c - Identify a few major traditions and celebrations

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Knowledge and Understanding of Other Cultures

2 - Identify common products of the target cultures studied

a - Use language resources, including authentic materials, to identify daily products that are unique to the target culture and common to other cultures (such as food, clothes and transportation)

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Knowledge and Understanding of Other Cultures

2 - Identify common products of the target cultures studied

b - Use language resources, including authentic materials, to identify common expressive products that are unique to the target culture and common to toehr cultures (songs, artwork, crafts, etc.)

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Creativity

4 - Appreciation of the Arts

Children express interest in and begin to build a knowledge base in the arts.

a - Begin to understand and develop a vocabulary to share opinions about artistic creations and experiences

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Connections with Other Disciplines and Information Acquisition

1 - Identify information that can be gathered from target language resources connected to other content areas

a - Identify resources connect to other content areas in the target langauge (i.e. math systems, maps, weather patterns and forecasts)

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Connections with Other Disciplines and Information Acquisition

1 - Identify information that can be gathered from target language resources connected to other content areas

b - Identify concepts, information and vocabulary in target language resources which incorporate knowledge in other content areas

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Connections with Other Disciplines and Information Acquisition

2 - Use authentic resources to locate basic information

a - Extract ideas and key words from authentic resources

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Connections with Other Disciplines and Information Acquisition

2 - Use authentic resources to locate basic information

b - Use knowledge obtained from authentic resources to apply to new topics

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Comparisons to Develop Insight into the Nature of Language and Culture

1 - Identify similarities and differences of the most basic vocabulary through comparisons of the student's own language and the language studied

a - Recognize basic vocabulary in both the native langauge and their own langauge to make comparisons

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Comparisons to Develop Insight into the Nature of Language and Culture

1 - Identify similarities and differences of the most basic vocabulary through comparisons of the student's own language and the language studied

b - Recognize some simple structures in the target langauge that differ from tehri own language

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Comparisons to Develop Insight into the Nature of Language and Culture

1 - Identify similarities and differences of the most basic vocabulary through comparisons of the student's own language and the language studied

c - Recognize different pronunciation and intonation of individual words and basic phrases

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Comparisons to Develop Insight into the Nature of Language and Culture

1 - Identify similarities and differences of the most basic vocabulary through comparisons of the student's own language and the language studied

d - Recognize features of their native and target language such as prefixes, suffixes, word roots, idioms, and sentence structure

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Comparisons to Develop Insight into the Nature of Language and Culture

2 - Identify and recognize the nature of culture through comparisons of the target culture(s) and the student's own culture

a - Identify the relationship between cultural perspectives and expressive products (music, visual arts, age level forms of literature) of the target culture(s) and their own

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Creativity

4 - Appreciation of the Arts

Children express interest in and begin to build a knowledge base in the arts.

d - Begin to notice differences in the arts from a variety of cultures.

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Comparisons to Develop Insight into the Nature of Language and Culture

2 - Identify and recognize the nature of culture through comparisons of the target culture(s) and the student's own culture

b - Recognize an understanding of the form, meaning, and importance of certain practices in the target culture(s) and their own

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Comparisons to Develop Insight into the Nature of Language and Culture

2 - Identify and recognize the nature of culture through comparisons of the target culture(s) and the student's own culture

c - Identify and compare tabgible products (toys, sports equipment, food) and intangible products (concept of time, daily routine, peer relationships, holidays, traditions) of the target culture(s) to those of their own

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Social and Emotional Development

5 - Sense of Community

Children increasingly demonstrate a sense of belonging to the program, family and community.

c - Participate in the care of the learning environment. Demonstrate progress toward an understanding and valuing of similarities and differences among people.

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Comparisons to Develop Insight into the Nature of Language and Culture

2 - Identify and recognize the nature of culture through comparisons of the target culture(s) and the student's own culture

d - Recognize the contributions of the target cultures to the student's culture and vice versa

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