(And wanting to write such a blog post inspires me to take that time myself! Just up to the “About ACTFL” piece (you know that). That question is the same across proficiency levels. You can’t negotiate meaning, so it’s not interpersonal. But they can’t tell you what the text/conversation was actually out of just about any text (using for assessment, remember, not input toward acquisition- the key there would, of course, be that it be comprehensible).
Now take a look at the indicators from various levels, paying attention to the verbs. But, you approach comprehending and analyzing this conversation differently from the other interpretive sources, fictional and informational texts. I’ve got one thing to highlight here and that’s the clarification of what a Novice Mid speaker can do.
TITLE = Divining history : prophetism, messianism, and the development of the spirit / Jayne Svenungsson ; translated by Stephen Donovan.
The Leibniz-Arnauld correspondence : with selections from the correspondence with Ernst, Landgrave of Hessen-Rheinfels / text established and translated and with an introduction by Stephen Voss.
Last fall, the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, together with the National Council of State Supervisors for Languages, released a newly designed, re-imagined set of Can-Do statements. You’re trying to incorporate the latest technology and boost 21st-century skills. Interpretive Can Dos are only about what learners can do with an , until you open the samples, which of course tease out the two a bit. Every so often, during a #langchat about interpretive skills, someone would bring up understanding what the other person was saying in a conversation.
TITLE = Phenomenology of perception / Maurice Merleau-Ponty ; translated by Donald A.
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With all this (not to mention a family and a personal life) on your plate, it’s easy to say, “That’s great! Regarding the interpretive Can Do statements, here is what stood out to me the most. All 4 times, the word was in the phrase “culturally authentic.” All 4 referred to language production. The feedback I got on this point from those who worked on the statements is that language arts standards across disciplines delineate a difference among text types: informational, fictional, and conversation/discussion. Our general consensus was that the interpretive part of conversation was relegated to the Before you echo my thought (We knew it! ), this does not refer to conversations you can take part in.
” and then never actually get around to taking a look until someone gets you to a PD and sits you down in front of them. So I wanted to write a blog post that would help us at least understand some key differences in the new document, even if you don’t get a chance to really comb through it until summer. What’s not new: form a bridge for us between the proficiency guidelines and what we can expect in a performance. Take a look at the progression of verbs in the interpretive example above (the last one): . One was in an Advanced High statement, and the rest were in Distinguished. Think: two people are talking to each other in a movie, and you’re not part of it.