Assignment/ Assessment:________________________Date:_________Period:_______Educator:____________ School:______

Criterion A: Comprehending spoken and visual text

         Maximum:8

At the end of PHASE 1, students should be able to:

Colorado World Language Standards:

  • i. identify basic facts, messages, main ideas and supporting details.
  • Communication in a Language Other than English.
  • ii. recognize basic conventions.
  • Knowledge and Understanding of Other Cultures

  • iii. engage with the spoken and visual text by identifying ideas, opinions and attitudes and by making a personal response to the text.
  •    Connection with Other Disciplines and Information Acquisition                                                        

  • Comparisons to Develop Insight into the Nature of Language and Culture.                

Real-World communication modes:

Ranges and Proficiency levels

  • Interpersonal (engage in conversations, provide and obtain information, express feelings)
  • Interpretive (Understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics)
  • Presentational (Present information, concepts and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers)

  • Novice-Mid: (Spanish Intro.-1A)Communicate, comprehend  and present about familiar topics using isolated words. Identify common practices and common products of the target cultures studied. Identify, locate and use basic information from the target language. Identify and recognize similarities and differences of the most basic vocabulary through comparisons of the target culture.
  • Novice-Mid: (Spanish 1B-2) Participate, comprehend and present in basic conversations and short learned exchanges on a variety of familiar topics. Reproduce and describe, familiar and common of the culture studied. Summarize and organize information acquired from authentic resources connected to the other content areas. Expand knowledge  and investigate the nature of culture through comparisons of the target culture and the student’s own culture and how both of them interact.

Achievement level

Level descriptor

0

The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptors below.

1-2

The student:

i. identifies minimal basic facts, messages, main ideas and supporting details.

ii.has limited awareness of basic conventions.

iii. engages minimally with the spoken and visual text by identifying few ideas, opinions and attitudes; has difficulty making a personal response to the text.

Student shows limited understanding of the content, context and concepts of the text as a whole.

3-4

The student:

i. identifies some basic facts, messages, main ideas and supporting details.

ii. has some awareness of basic conventions.

iii. engages adequately with the spoken and visual text by identifying some ideas, opinions and attitudes and by making some personal response to the text.

The student shows some understanding of the content, context and concepts of the text as a whole.

5-6

The student:

i. identifies most basic facts, messages, main ideas and supporting details.

ii. has considerable awareness of basic conventions.

iii. engages considerably with the spoken and visual text by identifying most ideas, opinions and attitudes and by making a personal response to the text.

Student shows considerable understanding of the content, context and concepts of the text as a whole. 

7-8

The student:

i. crealy identifies basic facts, messages, main ideas and supporting details.

ii. has excellent awareness of basic conventions.

iii.engages thoroughly with the spoken and visual text by identifying ideas, opinions and attitudes and by making a personal response to the text.

Student shows thorough understanding of the content, context and concepts of the text as a whole.

Assignment/ Assessment:________________________Date:_________Period:_______Educator:____________ School:______

Criterion B: Comprehending written and visual text

                                                                 Maximum:8                                                                        

At the end of PHASE 1, students should be able to:

Colorado World Language Standards:

  • i. identify basic facts, messages, main ideas and supporting details.
  • Communication in a Language Other than English.
  • ii. recognize basic aspects of format and style, and author’s purpose for writing.
  • Knowledge and Understanding of Other Cultures

  • iii. engage with the written and visual text by identifying ideas, opinions and attitudes and by making a personal response to the text.
  •    Connection with Other Disciplines and Information Acquisition                                                        

  • Comparisons to Develop Insight into the Nature of Language and Culture.                

Real-World communication modes:

Ranges and Proficiency levels

  • Interpersonal (engage in conversations, provide and obtain information, express feelings)
  • Interpretive (Understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics)
  • Presentational (Present information, concepts and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers)

  • Novice-Mid: (Spanish Intro.-1A)Communicate, comprehend  and present about familiar topics using isolated words. Identify common practices and common products of the target cultures studied. Identify, locate and use basic information from the target language. Identify and recognize similarities and differences of the most basic vocabulary through comparisons of the target culture.
  • Novice-Mid: (Spanish 1B-2) Participate, comprehend and present in basic conversations and short learned exchanges on a variety of familiar topics. Reproduce and describe, familiar and common of the culture studied. Summarize and organize information acquired from authentic resources connected to the other content areas. Expand knowledge  and investigate the nature of culture through comparisons of the target culture and the student’s own culture and how both of them interact.

Achievement level

Level descriptor

0

The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptors below.

1-2

The student:

i. identifies minimal basic facts, messages, main ideas and supporting details.

ii.has limited awareness of basic aspects of format and style, and author’s purpose for writing.

iii. engages minimally with the written and visual text by identifying few ideas, opinions and attitudes; has difficulty making a personal response to the text.

Student shows limited understanding of the content, context and concepts of the text as a whole.

3-4

The student:

i. identifies some basic facts, messages, main ideas and supporting details.

ii. has some awareness of basic conventions.

iii. engages adequately with the written and visual text by identifying some ideas, opinions and attitudes and by making some personal response to the text.

The student shows some understanding of the content, context and concepts of the text as a whole.

5-6

The student:

i. identifies most basic facts, messages, main ideas and supporting details.

ii. has considerable awareness of basic aspects of format and style, and author’s  purpose for writing..

iii. engages considerably with the written and visual text by identifying most ideas, opinions and attitudes and by making a personal response to the text.

Student shows considerable understanding of the content, context and concepts of the text as a whole. 

7-8

The student:

i. crealy identifies basic facts, messages, main ideas and supporting details.

ii. has excellent awareness of basic aspects of format and style, and author’s purpose for writing..

iii.engages thoroughly with the written and visual text by identifying ideas, opinions and attitudes and by making a personal response to the text.

Student shows thorough understanding of the content, context and concepts of the text as a whole.

Assignment/ Assessment:________________________Date:_________Period:_______Educator:____________ School:______

Criterion C: Communicating in response to spoken , written and visual text

         Maximum:8

At the end of PHASE 1, students should be able to: (strands)

Colorado World Language Standards:

  • i. respond appropriately to simple short phrases.
  • Communication in a Language Other than English.
  • ii. interact in simple and rehearsed exchanges, using verbal and non-verbal language.
  • Knowledge and Understanding of Other Cultures

  • iii. use basic phrases to communicate ideas, feelings and information on a variety  of aspects of everyday topics.
  •    Connection with Other Disciplines and Information Acquisition                                                        
  • iv. communicate with a sense of audience.
  • Comparisons to Develop Insight into the Nature of Language and Culture.                

Real-World communication modes:

Ranges and Proficiency levels

  • Interpersonal (engage in conversations, provide and obtain information, express feelings)
  • Interpretive (Understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics)
  • Presentational (Present information, concepts and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers)

  • Novice-Mid: (Spanish Intro.-1A)Communicate, comprehend  and present about familiar topics using isolated words. Identify common practices and common products of the target cultures studied. Identify, locate and use basic information from the target language. Identify and recognize similarities and differences of the most basic vocabulary through comparisons of the target culture.
  • Novice-Mid: (Spanish 1B-2) Participate, comprehend and present in basic conversations and short learned exchanges on a variety of familiar topics. Reproduce and describe, familiar and common of the culture studied. Summarize and organize information acquired from authentic resources connected to the other content areas. Expand knowledge  and investigate the nature of culture through comparisons of the target culture and the student’s own culture and how both of them interact.

Achievement level

Level descriptor

0

The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptors below.

1-2

The student:

i. makes limited attempt to respond to simple short and basic phrases in spoken, written and visual text; responses are often inappropriate.

ii.interacts minimally in simple and rehearsed exchanges, using verbal and non-verbal language.

iii. uses minimal basic phrases to communicate ideas, feelings and information on a limited range of aspects of everyday topics.

iv. communicates with a limited sense of audience.

3-4

The student:

i. respond to simple short and basic phrases  in spoken, written and visual text, though some responses may be inappropriate.

ii. interacts to some degree in simple and rehearsed exchanges, using verbal and non-verbal language.

iii. uses some basic phrases to communicate ideas, feelings and information on a limited range of aspects of everyday topics.

iv. communicates with some sense of audience.

5-6

The student:

i.responds appropriately to simple short and basic phrases in spoken, written and visual text.

ii. interacts considerably in simple and rehearsed exchanges, using verbal and non-verbal language.

iii. uses basic phrases to communicate ideas, feelings and information on some aspects of everyday topics.

iv. communicates with a considerable sense of audience.

7-8

The student:

i. responds in detail and appropriately to simple short phrases and basic information in spoken, written and visual text.

ii. interacts confidently in simple and rehearsed exchanges, using verbal and non-verbal language.

iii. uses basic phrases effectively to communicate ideas, feelings and information on a variety of aspects of everyday topics.

iv. communicates with an excellent sense of audience.

Assignment/ Assessment:________________________Date:_________Period:_______Educator:____________ School:______

Criterion D: Using language in spoken and written form

         Maximum:8

At the end of PHASE 1, students should be able to:

Colorado World Language Standards:

  • i.write and speak using basic range of vocabulary, grammatical structures and conventions; when speaking, use clear pronunciation and intonation.
  • Communication in a Language Other than English.
  • ii. organize basic information and use of basic cohesive devices
  • Knowledge and Understanding of Other Cultures

  • iii. use language to suit the context.
  •    Connection with Other Disciplines and Information Acquisition                                                        

  • Comparisons to Develop Insight into the Nature of Language and Culture.                

Real-World communication modes:

Ranges and Proficiency levels

  • Interpersonal (engage in conversations, provide and obtain information, express feelings)
  • Interpretive (Understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics)
  • Presentational (Present information, concepts and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers)

  • Novice-Mid: (Spanish Intro.-1A)Communicate, comprehend  and present about familiar topics using isolated words. Identify common practices and common products of the target cultures studied. Identify, locate and use basic information from the target language. Identify and recognize similarities and differences of the most basic vocabulary through comparisons of the target culture.
  • Novice-Mid: (Spanish 1B-2) Participate, comprehend and present in basic conversations and short learned exchanges on a variety of familiar topics. Reproduce and describe, familiar and common of the culture studied. Summarize and organize information acquired from authentic resources connected to the other content areas. Expand knowledge  and investigate the nature of culture through comparisons of the target culture and the student’s own culture and how both of them interact.

Achievement level

Level descriptor

0

The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptors below.

1-2

The student:

i. has difficulty to write/speak using a basic range of vocabulary, grammatical structures and conventions; when speaking, uses pronunciation and intonation with many errors, making understanding difficult.

ii. organizes limited basic information and cohesive devices are not used.

iii. makes minimal use of language to suit the context.

3-4

The student:

i. writes/speaks using a basic range of vocabulary, grammatical structures and conventions, with some inappropriate choices; when speaking, uses pronunciation and intonation with some errors, some of which make understanding difficult.

ii. organizes some basic information and uses a limited range of basic cohesive devices, not always appropriately.

iii. uses language to suit the context to some degree. 

5-6

The student:

i. writes/speaks making good use of basic range of vocabulary, grammatical structures and conventions, generally accurately; when speaking, uses pronunciation and intonation with some errors, though these do not indertere with comprehensibility.

ii. organizes basic information and uses a limited range of basic cohesive devices accurately.

iii. usually uses language to suit the context.

7-8

The student:

i. writes/speaks effectively using basic range of vocabulary, grammatical structures and conventions accurately; when speaking , uses clear pronunciation and excellent intonation, making communication easy.

ii. organizes basic information clearly and uses a range of basic cohesive devices accurately.

iii. uses language effectively to suit the context.