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Begin to speak a few words or sentences by using some English phonemes and rudimentary English grammatical form (e.g., single words or phrases)
Ask and answer questions by using simple sentences or phrases
Demonstrate comprehension of oral presentations and instructions through nonverbal responses (e.g., gestures, pointing, drawing)
Independently use common social greetings and simple repetitive phrases.
Early Intermediate Level
Begin to be understood when speaking but may have some inconsistent use of standard English grammatical forms and sounds (e.g., plurals, simple past tense, pronouns such as he or she)
Ask and answer questions by using phrases or simple sentences
Restate and execute multiple-step oral directions
Restate in simple sentences the main idea of oral presentations in subject matter content
Orally communicate basic needs (e.g., “I need to borrow a pencil”.)
Prepare and deliver short oral presentations
Respond to messages by asking simple questions or by briefly restating the message
Listen attentively to stories and information and identify important details and concepts by using both verbal and nonverbal responses.
Make oneself understood when speaking by using consistent standards English grammatical forms and sounds: however, some rules may not be followed (e.g., third person singular, male and female pronouns)
Participate in social conversations with peers and adults on familiar topics by asking and answering questions and soliciting information.
Identify the maid idea and some supporting details or oral presentations, familiar literature, and key concepts of subject-matter content.
Prepare and deliver short presentations on ideas, premises or images obtained from various common sources.
Listen attentively to more complex stories and information on new topics across content areas and identify the main points and supporting details.
Retell stories in greater detail by including the characters, setting and plot.
Make oneself understood when speaking by using consistent Standard English grammatical forms, sounds, intonations, pitch and modulation but may make random errors.
Participate in and initiate more extended social conversations with peers and adults on unfamiliar topics by asking and answering questions and restating and soliciting information.
Recognize appropriate ways of speaking that vary according to the purpose, audience and subject matter.
Respond to messages by asking questions, challenging statements or offering examples that affirm the message.
Use simple figurative language and idiomatic expressions (e.g., “heavy as a ton of bricks,” “soaking wet”) to communicate ideas to a variety of audiences.
Prepare and deliver presentations that use various sources.
Listen attentively to stories and information on topics; identify the main points and supporting details.
Demonstrate an understanding of figurative language and idiomatic expressions by responding to such expressions and using them appropriately.
Negotiate and initiate social conversations by questioning, restating, soliciting information and paraphrasing the communication of others.
Consistently use appropriate ways of speaking and writing that vary according to the purpose, audience and subject matter.
Prepare and deliver presentations and reports in various content areas, including a purpose, point of view, introduction, coherent transitions and appropriate conclusions.
Speak clearly and comprehensibly by using Standard English grammatical forms, sounds, intonation, pitch and modulation.
Recognize and correctly pronounce most English phonemes while reading aloud.
Recognize the most common English morphemes in phrases and simple sentences.
Early Intermediate Level
Produce most English phonemes comprehensibly while reading aloud one’s own writing, simple sentences or simple texts.
Use common English morphemes in oral and silent reading.
Recognize obvious cognates in phrases, simple sentences, literature and content area texts.
Apply knowledge of common English morphemes in oral and silent reading to derive meaning from literature and texts in content areas.
Identify cognates (e.g., agonía, agony) and false cognates (e.g., éxito, exit) in literature and texts in content areas
Early Advanced Level
Apply knowledge of word relationships, such as roots and affixes, to derive meaning from literature and texts in content areas.
Distinguish between cognates and false cognates in literature and texts in content areas.
Apply knowledge of word relationships, such as roots and affixes, to derive meaning from literature and texts in content areas
Distinguish between cognates and false cognates to derive meaning from literature and texts in content areas.
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