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1 The National Standards Dr. Cherice Montgomery

2 What are the National Standards for Foreign Language Learning? The student communicates competently in languages other than English. The student gains knowledge and understanding of target language cultures. The student makes connections to other disciplines and to authentic sources through knowledge of a foreign language. The student develops insight into the nature of language and culture. The student participates in multilingual communities at home and around the world.

3 How are standards useful to us? Communities Cultures Connections Comparisons Communication Like the food pyramid, the National Standards offer guidance Ensure a balanced diet of instruction that leads to healthy language use

4 How do standards impact curriculum? Encourage variety of foods Do not prescribe specific menu of foods (local curriculum or classroom activities) students will consume

5 How do standards impact the classroom teacher? Do not determine food (material) preparation or presentation (methodologies)

6 How do the standards impact students? Like guidelines about servings, Performance Guidelines outline how well students should be able to perform in each area

7 How well-balanced are your lessons? Use the National Standards to make them healthier for students

8 Lets Talk About It!

9 Communication Communicate in Languages Other Than English Standard 1.1: Students engage in conversations, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions Standard 1.2: Students understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics Standard 1.3: Students present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics.

10 Modes of Communication Interpersonal Communication – Face-to-face conversation; telephone conversation; written messages and other correspondence – Two-way ; interactive; clarification of meaning is possible – Speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills Interpretive Communication – Listening to a news broadcast; reading a novel; viewing a film – Receptive communication; clarification of meaning is generally not possible; creator of communication is absent Presentational Communication – Giving a speech or oral report; preparing a paper or story; producing a newscast – Formal, one-way communication to an audience of listeners or readers, clarification of meaning is generally not possible – Speaking or writing skills

11 Alasdair Howieson M.S. Interpretive Communication

12 Se llama Diego Velásquez.

13 Chumba, la Cachumba

14 If You Give a Mouse a Cookie

15 Froggy Gets Dressed

16 Seven Blind Mice

17 Spilt Milk

18 Listening Grid My name is… I am going to… Habib Kalila Rashida Idea adapted from Barbara Snyder

19 START = I = you = he = she = we = they Lose a turn Forward 3 spaces End Shortcut Forward 3 Spaces Idea adapted from Richard Ladd

20 Board Game Answer Sheet Throw Pronoun 1 I 2 you 3 he 4 she 5 we 6 they InitialsNumberSentence Group Members: _____________________________________________ Instructions: Throw the dice and write the sentence they indicate. Idea adapted from Dr. Richard Ladd

21 6* B A Idea adapted from Dr. Helena Curtain Hear/Say

22 ٦ *٥*٥ ١٤٨٢ ٣٨٤٩ ٩٥٦٣ ٢٧٧١ B A Idea adapted from Dr. Helena Curtain

23 Hear/Say ¡Vamos a ayudarte la próxima vez! * Encontré unos granos de trigo. ¿Quién quiere sembrarlos? ¿Por qué no quieren ayudarme?No nos gusta trabajar. ¡Nosotros no!¿Por qué no?Entonces, ¡lo haré yo!Está bien. Estamos ocupados. No nos gusta trabajar.¿Quién quiere comer el pan?¿Quién quiere hornear el pan?No queremos ayudarte. Está bien. Estamos ocupados.¿Quién quiere cortar el trigo?Encontré unos granos de trigo. ¿Quién quiere sembrarlos? Miau, miau. ¡Yo no! Guau, guau. ¡Yo no! Cuac, cuac. ¡Yo no tampoco! Tenemos sueño.¿Quién quiere desgranar el trigo y llevarlo al molino? ¿Quién quiere cortar el trigo?¡Nosotros no! No queremos ayudarte.¿Por qué no quieren ayudarme?¿Por qué no?Tenemos sueño. Miau, miau. ¡Yo no! Guau, guau. ¡Yo no! Cuac, cuac. ¡Yo no tampoco! Entonces, ¡lo haré yo!¿Quién quiere desgranar el trigo y llevarlo al molino? Nosotros no podemos porque no tenemos tiempo. Guau, guau. ¡Yo sí! Miau, miau. ¡Yo sí! Cuac, cuac. ¡Yo sí también! ¿Quién sembró el trigo y lo atendió? ¿Quién lo cortó, lo desgranó, y lo llevó al molino? ¿Quién horneó la hogaza de pan? ¡Yo lo hice todo! Y ahora, voy a comerlo todo. ¡Vamos a ayudarte la próxima vez! Nosotros no podemos porque no tenemos tiempo. ¿Quién quiere hornear el pan?¿Quién quiere comer el pan?Guau, guau. ¡Yo sí! Miau, miau. ¡Yo sí! Cuac, cuac. ¡Yo sí también! Idea adapted from Dr. Helena Curtain

24 The Pattern 10* A B Idea adaptada de Helena Curtain

25 Lets Talk About It!


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