German: standards, competencies, & performance activities / assessments



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GERMAN: STANDARDS, COMPETENCIES, & PERFORMANCE ACTIVITIES / ASSESSMENTS
Stage I (Replace “Stage I” with the name of the appropriate course, for example “German I”)
Description of course: (Insert course description given to students when they select courses, for example from the “Program of Studies”.)
Major Concepts: (Insert yearly units directly from the textbook OR from the school’s World Language curriculum: big ideas and information students need to know by the end of the year.)
Discipline Course Content and Process Skills Competencies:

1. Communication: Communicate in German.

2. Cultures: Gain knowledge and understanding of the German-speaking world.

3. Connections: Connect with other disciplines and acquire information.

4. Comparisons: Develop insight into the nature of language and culture.

5. Communities: Participate in multilingual communities at home and around the world.

GOAL ONE: COMMUNICATION

Communicate in German


STANDARD 1:1 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION

Standard 1.1: Students engage in conversation or correspondence in German to provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions.




Competency

A student will be able to:



Knowledge / Content

A student will understand:

SPA: Sample Performance Activities / Assessments
A student will demonstrate skill:


Teacher

Resources / Notes



School Mission Statement

1. Greet and respond to greetings

1. Cultural gestures of greeting and proper ways to greet different people within a variety of cultural contexts.


1. Role play, complete cloze activities.

Rubric 4. Oral Presentation: dialogs and plays (all levels)









2. Share likes and dislikes with each other


2. From a given list how to express likes and dislikes.

2. From various realia or activities, student will comment on likes and dislikes, orally or in writing.

Rubric 4. Oral Presentation: dialogs and plays (all levels)

Rubric 13. Writing -- all levels








3. Make requests

3. How to form a question or make a request

3. Role-play in various settings i.e. a café.

Rubric 4. Oral Presentation: dialogs and plays (all levels)








4. Introduce and respond to introductions.

4. Appropriate vocabulary and expressions i.e. “Hallo! Ich heiße… Wie heißt du?”

4. Role-play an introduction.

Rubric 4. Oral Presentation: dialogs and plays (all levels)









5. Obtain and give information in the present and near future.

5. How to form and ask a question as well as how to form an accurate response on topics such as: family, school, animals, locations, familiar objects and possessions.

5. Conduct an oral or written interview with another student.

Rubric 4. Oral Presentation: dialogs and plays (all levels)

Rubric 13. Writing -- all levels








6. Talk about and describe aspects of the German-speaking world (in English)

6. Cultural similarities and differences

6. Share cultural information through interactive activities, such as student-generated games, written and oral reaction to music.

Rubric 7. Oral Presentation or Demonstration

Rubric 8. Poster Project

Rubric 11. Story Board








STANDARD 1.2 INTERPRETIVE COMMUNICATION

Standard 1.2: Students understand and interpret written and spoken German on a variety of topics.




Competency

A student will be able to:



Knowledge / Content

A student will understand:



SPA: Sample

Performance Activities / Assessments


A student will demonstrate skill:


Teacher

Resources / Notes



School Mission Statement

1. Follow oral instructions in German related to daily classroom activities.


1. Commands and vocabulary for classroom activities.

1. Participate in Total Physical Response (TPR) activities.







2. Demonstrate an understanding of oral and written statements.

2. Familiar topics, such as: numbers, time of day, weather.

2. Read and interpret weather pictures/maps or schedules, play bingo.

Rubric 10. Small Focus Projects

Rubric 11. Story Board








3. Read and listen to descriptions and identify the corresponding pictures or illustrations.

3. Familiar topics such as: people, animals, objects, places, and common activities.

3. Participate in teacher or computer-generated activities such as games or cloze exercises.







4. Understand simple songs and videos.


4. Familiar topics such as: body parts, colors, culture, simple vocabulary and dialogue.


4. Participate in class activities such as Simon Says or Twister.







5. Understand brief and written or spoken messages.

5. Familiar topics such as: personal preferences, family, school, celebrations, means of transportation/travels.

5. Complete short answer quizzes, matching activities.







6. Understand the content of simple realia.

6. Items such as: menus, posters, picture books or advertisements.



6. Create and order from a restaurant menu, respond to an invitation.

Rubric 4. Oral Presentation: dialogs and plays (all levels)

Rubric 7. Oral Presentation or Demonstration

Rubric 10. Small Focus Projects












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