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SC State ESOL Standards
10/2/2016

South Carolina Academic Standards for Modern Languages

 

The student will

B-1.1-3 use the target language to give simple directions; understand simple directions given in the target language.

B-1.1-4 use the target language to exchange personal information (e.g., names, home addresses, telephone numbers, e-mail addresses) with others.

B-1.1-5 use the target language to express personal needs in familiar situations.

B-1.1-6 use the target language to express personal likes, dislikes, agreement, and disagreement regarding familiar topics.

B-1.1-7 use the target language to ask and answer simple questions.

B-1.2-1 respond appropriately to simple directions and commands given in the target language.

B-1.2-2 identify aural, visual, and context clues in authentic target-language materials, in both oral and written forms.

B-1.2-3 identify the main idea in authentic target-language materials, in both oral and written forms.

B-1.2-4 understand information on familiar topics that is conveyed in the target language in sentence-level oral and written presentations.

B-1.3-1 use the target language to give simple directions and commands.

B-1.3-3 use the target language to express personal likes or dislikes regarding familiar topics.

B-1.3-6 communicate information in the target language in sentence-level oral and written presentations on familiar topics.

B-2.1-2 use the target language to identify behaviors and traits that are characteristic of everyday life in the target culture.

B-2.1-3 use the target language to identify the cultural practices that are particular to the target culture.

B-2.2-1 use the target language to identify tangible products and symbols of the target culture (e.g., toys, dress, types of dwellings, foods, flags, monuments, landmarks).

B-3.2-1 use the target language to identify viewpoints within the target culture that are expressed in sources intended for native speakers.

B-4.2-1 use the target language to identify the products of the target culture and those of his or her native culture.

B-4.2-3 use the target language to identify practices within the target culture that are similar to and different from those in his or her native culture.

B-5.1-1 use the target language to respond to target-language speakers encountered outside of the classroom setting.