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Skills available for Connecticut Level 1 Spanish standards

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1 Communication (Interpersonal Mode)

2 Communication (Interpretive Mode)

3 Communication (Presentational Mode)

  • In at least one language other than English, students will present information, concepts and ideas to listeners or readers on a variety of topics.

4 Cultures

5 Connections (Interdisciplinary Mode)

6 Connections (Intradisciplinary Mode)

  • In at least one language other than English, students will acquire and use information from a variety of sources only available in the world language.

    • 6.1 Use multiple media resources to access information regarding the target culture(s).

    • 6.2 Recognize the various sources of information available only in the target language and culture(s), e.g., newspapers, websites, television, etc.

    • 6.3 Demonstrate the ability to access information about the target language and culture(s) from various sources, including the Internet, with assistance if necessary.

7 Comparisons Among Languages

  • In at least one language other than English, students will demonstrate literacy and an understanding of the nature of language through comparisons across languages

8 Comparisons Among Cultures

  • In at least one language other than English, students will demonstrate an understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons across cultures

    • 8.1 Identify, compare and contrast different forms of communication across cultures, including signs, symbols, advertisements, packages, displays, murals, songs and rhymes.

    • 8.2 Demonstrate knowledge of the patterns of behavior across cultures that are related to recreation and celebrations.

    • 8.3 Identify and describe some cultural beliefs and perspectives relating to family, school, work and play across cultures.

    • 8.4 Use new information and cultural awareness to recognize the similarities and differences across cultures.

    • 8.5 Use new information and cultural awareness to compare and contrast their experiences with those of their peers in the target culture(s) and to identify with and respect peers in the target culture(s).

9 Communities

  • In at least one language other than English, students will use the world language and their cultural knowledge both within and beyond the school setting for personal enjoyment, enrichment and active participation.

    • 9.1 Exchange information about family, school events and celebrations with native speakers via letters and technologies, such as e-mail, audio or videotapes, CDs, DVDs and distance learning.

    • 9.2 Identify different types of employment in which target language skills are an asset.

    • 9.3 Review materials and/or media from the target language and culture for enjoyment and/or entertainment.