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Rule Title: PROFICIENT WORLD LANGUAGES PERFORMANCE STANDARDS FOR THE END OF BENCHMARK 3
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Department: EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF
Chapter: CONTENT STANDARDS AND PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTORS
Subchapter: Continuation of World Languages Content Standards and Performance Descriptors
 
Latest version of the adopted rule presented in Administrative Rules of Montana (ARM):

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10.54.8616    PROFICIENT WORLD LANGUAGES PERFORMANCE STANDARDS FOR THE END OF BENCHMARK 3

(1) A student at the end of benchmark 3, at the proficient level of world languages demonstrates solid academic performance.   He/she:

(a) initiates, sustains, and concludes conversations, in a variety of contexts, comprehensible to a native speaker;

(b) comprehends and responds to oral and/or written communication intended for a native speaker;

(c) consistently uses a variety of language strategies to convey meaning in the target language;

(d) analyzes and evaluates significant cultural contributions to effectively interact in authentic situations;

(e) integrates information from authentic sources and applies that information and skills to familiar and unfamiliar contexts;

(f) acquires and integrates world cultures information and perspectives from authentic sources;  

(g) confidently applies, in a variety of contexts, sound and structural patterns and idiomatic expressions of the target language and his/her first language to communicate effectively;

(h) analyzes and explains significant similarities and differences among target cultures to interact effectively in a variety of contexts; and

(i) extends classroom learning by seeking out language and culture connections and by communicating his/her findings.

History: Sec. 20-2-114, MCA; IMP, Sec. 20-2-121, 20-3-106, 20-7-101, MCA; NEW, 1999 MAR p. 2440, Eff. 10/22/99.


 

 
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