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7.1.NH.A Interpretive Mode

7.1.NH.B Interpersonal Mode

  • 7.1.NH.B.L Linguistic

    • 7.1.NH.B.L.1 The Novice - High language learner has progressed from understanding and communicating at the word level to understanding and communicating at the sentence level and can use words, lists, and simple sentences independently to:

      • 7.1.NH.B.L.1.a Ask and answer questions related to everyday life.

      • 7.1.NH.B.L.1.b Handle simple transactions related to everyday life:

        • 7.1.NH.B.L.1.b.1 Initiate, maintain, and end a conversation.

        • 7.1.NH.B.L.1.b.2 Ask for and give permission.

        • 7.1.NH.B.L.1.b.3 Express needs.

        • 7.1.NH.B.L.1.b.4 Give reasons.

        • 7.1.NH.B.L.1.b.5 Request, suggest, and make arrangements.

        • 7.1.NH.B.L.1.b.6 Extend, accept, and decline an invitation.

        • 7.1.NH.B.L.1.b.7 Express an opinion and preference.

  • 7.1.NH.B.C Cultural

    • 7.1.NH.B.C.1 Immigration changes both the community of origin and the new community. (Topics that assist in the development of this understanding should include, but are not limited to: current and past immigration patterns, the impact of immigration on society, and related issues.)

    • 7.1.NH.B.C.2 The study of another language and culture deepens understanding of where and how people live and why events occur. (Content areas that assist in the development of this understanding should include, but are not limited to: history, science, economics, and geography.)

    • 7.1.NH.B.C.3 Due to globalization and advances in technology, the products and practices of a culture change over time, and these changes may impact cultural perspectives. (Content areas that assist in the development of this understanding should include, but are not limited to: science, technology, history, social sciences, the visual and performing arts, and world literature.)

    • 7.1.NH.B.C.4 Human and animal migration are often related to the availability of resources and the ability to adapt to the environment. (Topics that assist in the development of this understanding should include, but are not limited to: habitats, animals, weather, science, geography, social sciences, and distribution of resources.)

    • 7.1.NH.B.C.5 Personal preferences and skills are key factors to consider when making decisions about postsecondary plans. (Topics that assist in the development of this understanding should include, but are not limited to: personal likes/dislikes, subject - area preferences, academic record, and career awareness, exploration and preparation.)

    • 7.1.NH.B.C.6 The amount of leisure time available and how it is spent varies among cultures. (Topics that assist in the development of this understanding should include, but are not limited to: likes/dislikes, pastimes schedules, and travel.)

    • 7.1.NH.B.C.7 Wellness practices may vary across cultures. (Topics that assist in the development of this understanding should include, but are not limited to: sports and physical fitness activities and common health conditions/problems and remedies.)

    • 7.1.NH.B.C.8 Online newspapers, magazines, blogs, wikis, podcasts, videos, and government websites provide current information on perspectives of the target culture on local, national, and global problems/issues. (Topics that assist in the development of this understanding should include, but are not limited to: current events and contemporary and emerging global issues, problems, and challenges [e.g., population growth and migration; environmental degradation and protection; discrimination and other conflicts; and the allocation of scarce resources].)

    • 7.1.NH.B.C.9 Current trends and issues influence popular culture. (Topics that assist in the development of this understanding should include, but are not limited to: fashion, style, popular music, art, and pastimes.)

  • 7.1.NH.B.1 Use digital tools to exchange basic information by recombining memorized words, phrases, and sentences on topics related to self and targeted themes.

  • 7.1.NH.B.2 Give and follow a series of oral and written directions, commands, and requests for participating in age - and level - appropriate classroom and cultural activities.

  • 7.1.NH.B.3 Imitate appropriate gestures, intonation, and common idiomatic expressions of the target culture(s)/language during daily interactions.

  • 7.1.NH.B.4 Ask and respond to questions, make requests, and express preferences in various social situations.

  • 7.1.NH.B.5 Converse on a variety of familiar topics and/or topics studied in other content areas.

7.1.NH.C Presentational Mode

  • 7.1.NH.C.L Linguistic

    • 7.1.NH.C.L.1 The Novice - High language learner has progressed from understanding and communicating at the word level to understanding and communicating at the sentence level and can use words, lists, and simple sentences independently to:

      • 7.1.NH.C.L.1.a Handle simple transactions related to everyday life:

        • 7.1.NH.C.L.1.a.1 Express needs.

        • 7.1.NH.C.L.1.a.2 Give reasons.

        • 7.1.NH.C.L.1.a.3 Express an opinion and preference.

        • 7.1.NH.C.L.1.a.4 Request and suggest.

  • 7.1.NH.C.C Cultural

    • 7.1.NH.C.C.1 Immigration changes both the community of origin and the new community. (Topics that assist in the development of this understanding should include, but are not limited to: current and past immigration patterns, the impact of immigration on society, and related issues.)

    • 7.1.NH.C.C.2 The study of another language and culture deepens understanding of where and how people live and why events occur. (Content areas that assist in the development of this understanding should include, but are not limited to: history, science, economics, and geography.)

    • 7.1.NH.C.C.3 Due to globalization and advances in technology, the products and practices of a culture change over time, and these changes may impact cultural perspectives. (Content areas that assist in the development of this understanding should include, but are not limited to: science, technology, history, social sciences, the visual and performing arts, and world literature.)

    • 7.1.NH.C.C.4 Human and animal migration are of ten related to the availability of resources and the ability to adapt to the environment. (Topics that assist in the development of this understanding should include, but are not limited to: habitats, animals, weather, science, geography, social sciences, and distribution of resources.)

    • 7.1.NH.C.C.5 Personal preferences and skills are key factors to consider when making decisions about postsecondary plans. (Topics that assist in the development of this understanding should include, but are not limited to: personal likes/dislikes, subject - area preferences, academic record, and career awareness, exploration and preparation.)

    • 7.1.NH.C.C.6 The amount of leisure time available and how it is spent varies among cultures. (Topics that assist in the development of this understanding should include, but are not limited to: likes/dislikes, pastimes schedules, and travel.)

    • 7.1.NH.C.C.7 Wellness practices may vary across cultures. (Topics that assist in the development of this understanding should include, but are not limited to: sports and physical fitness activities and common health conditions/problems and remedies.)

    • 7.1.NH.C.C.8 Online newspapers, magazines, blogs, wikis, podcasts, videos, and government websites provide current information on perspectives of the target culture on local, national, and global problems/issues. (Topics that assist in the development of this understanding should include, but are not limited to: current events and contemporary and emerging global issues, problems, and challenges [e.g., population growth and migration; environmental degradation and protection; discrimination and other conflicts; and the allocation of scarce resources].)

    • 7.1.NH.C.C.9 Current trends and issues influence popular culture. (Topics that assist in the development of this understanding should include, but are not limited to: fashion, style, popular music, art, and pastimes.)

  • 7.1.NH.C.1 Recombine basic information at the word and sentence level related to self and targeted themes to create a multimedia - rich presentation to be shared virtually with a target language audience.

  • 7.1.NH.C.2 Create and present brief messages, poems, rhymes, songs, short plays, or role - plays using familiar vocabulary orally or in writing.

  • 7.1.NH.C.3 Describe in writing people and things from the home and school environment.

  • 7.1.NH.C.4 Tell or retell stories from age - and level - appropriate, culturally authentic materials orally or in writing.

  • 7.1.NH.C.5 Tell or write about cultural products associated with the tar get culture(s) and identify how the products and practices are derived from the cultural perspectives.