3.4 Create lists of items necessary to plan activities that might take place in their daily lives or in the target culture.
In at least one language other than English, students will demonstrate an understanding of the products, practices and perspectives of the cultures studied, and will use their cultural knowledge for interpersonal, interpretative and presentational communication.
4.1 Observe and identify tangible products of the target language, such as toys, dress, types of dwellings, musical instruments and typical foods.
4.2 Identify and experience or read about expressive products of the target culture, such as children's songs, selections from children's literature and types of artwork and websites that are enjoyed or produced by their peer group in the target culture.
4.3 Identify, discuss and create different types of artwork that are enjoyed or made by their peer group in the target culture.
4.4 Participate in age-appropriate cultural activities, such as games, songs, birthday celebrations, storytelling, dramatizations or role-playing of the target culture.
4.5 Use appropriate gestures and oral expressions for greetings, farewells and common or familiar classroom interactions of the target culture.
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).
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.