California World Language
• Students engage in oral and written conversations.
• Students interpret written and spoken language.
• Students present to an audience of listeners and readers.
• Students choose an appropriate response to a variety of situations.
• Students demonstrate understanding of the roles products, practices, and perspectives play in the culture.
• Students state similarities and differences within the target cultures and among students’ own cultures.
• Students state reasons for cultural borrowings.
• Students address topics related to the immediate and external environment.
• Students acquire information, recognize distinctive viewpoints and further their knowledge of other disciplines.
• Students identify the similarities and differences in the orthography, phonology and text structures of the languages they know.
• Students use linguistically and grammatically appropriate structures to comprehend and produce messages.
• Students use languages in interpersonal (informal and formal) settings.
• Students participate in age appropriate cultural or language use opportunities outside the classroom.