LEVEL 4 - GRADES 10-12

Auditory Comprehension

Standard 16

    Student listens to, comprehends, and analyzes the structures of the language, as well as the content in oral discourse.

Descriptor

Student:

Performance  
• follow directions
• recall sequence
• synthesize
 
• share experiences
• analyze
 
 
• comprehend the main and subordinate ideas in speeches
Assessment:
 
    scales
    checklists
    rubrics
    tests (teacher-made, standardized)
    animation
    student/teacher conferences
    anecdotal records
    journals
    activities books
    portfolio
    do and tell games
puzzles
role play 
games 
charts 
Computer 
recordings 
advertisements 
learnirg cards 
student
game 
dictionary 
slide projector

Level 4 - Grades 10-12

Oral Communication

Standard 17

    Student understands and uses the vocabulary, definitions and operational procedures associated with computers and their peripherals as appropriate to his/her needs and interests.

Descriptors

Student:

Performance  
  • peer interaction 
  • asking/answering questions
  • delivering oral presentations 
  • dramatizations
  • debates
  • role playing
  • dialogues
  • expressing ideas of others works
  • reportingusing gesture
  • Simulations
  • retelling
  • creating an audio-visual presentation
  • identifying and describing pictures and objects
  • using the interview technique to obtain information from others
 

Assessment:
 
    scales
    checklists
    rubrics
    student make recording 
    recorded oral presentations
    video taped games
    role playing
    prescriptions 
     
    student/teacher conference
    tests (teacher-made. standardized)
    computer animation
    charts
    journals
    audio and/or video dramatization 
    study presentation 
    case study 
    profiles
 

Level 4 - Grades 10 -12

Reading  Comprehension Literary Appreciation

Standard 18

    Student uses reading as an active-thinking process to develop comprehension. critical thinking and metacognitive skills thorough intensive and continuous practice Men reacting verbally or nonverbally and/or writing.

Descriptors

Student:

Performance  
  • independent reading
  • cooperative reading
  • guided reading
  • critiquing works of well-known artists
  • reading aloud
  • individual reading
  • shared reading
  Assessment:
 
    scales
    checklists
    rubrics
    reading inventories
    student/teacher conferences
    reading logs
    Journals 
    Portfolios
    anecdotal records 
    test (teacher-made, standardized)

Level 4 - Grades 10-12

Written Communication

Standard 19

    Student writes and uses the language for different purposes with a variety of strategies to convey messages and reinforce grammatical structures.

Descriptors

Student:

Performance  
• developing paragraphs
• keeping a journal
• writing letters, memos
• filling out forms
• making lists
• taking notes
• responding to reading pieces
• summarizing reading and listening texts
• preparing book reports
• writing dialogues
• developing research and study skills
• analyzing reading excerpt
• keeping portfolios
• filling job applications
• arranging materials for a specified topics
• interpreting, analyzing, evaluating, and synthesizing  information from written sources
• developing a school newspaper or journal

Assessment:
 
    scales 
    rubrics 
    writing logs 
    writing progress checklist 
    tests (teacher-made, standardized) 
    letters 
    biographies 
    anecdotes
    advertisements
    poems 
    videos 
    student/teacher conferences 
    anecdotal records 
    journals 
    photographs 
    dictionary 
    portfolios 
    films

Level 4 - Grades 10-12

Cultural Awareness

Standard 20

    Student uses appropriate language to demonstrate empathy and under-standing of the impact of our culture in the global conscience nowadays.

Descriptors

Student:

Performance  
    • customs
    • fashions
    • holiday celebrations
    • food
    • music and art
    • heroes 
    • celebrities 
    • housing 
    • education
    • economy 
    • government 
    • etiquette 
    • major events 
    • sports 
    • religion 
    • natural resources 
    • language 
    • climate