Example 1

World Language Curriculum

The World Languages curriculum is spiraling and recursive and aligned to appropriate proficiency targets designed to enable the attainment of proficiency at the Novice-High level or above by the time of high school graduation. All students have regular, sequential instruction in one or more world languages beginning in elementary school and through their sophomore year of high school. The World Languages curriculum is based in the Core Curriculum Content Standards and the NJDOE Model Curriculum.  It infuses technology, and integrates the 21st Century Life and Careers standards.

   
Progress Cumulative Indictors
 
Novice-Mid K-5
  Unit 1a
  Unit 1A Assessment
  Unit 1B
  Unit 1B Assessment
  Unit 2A
  Unit 2A Assessment
  Unit 2B
  Unit 2B Assessment
  Unit 3A
  Unit 3A Assessment
  Unit 3B
  Unit 3B Assessment
  Unit 4A
  Unit 4A Assessment
  Unit 4B
  Unit 4B Assessment
  Unit 5A
  Unit 5A Assessment
  Unit 5B
  Unit 5B Assessment
  Unit 6A
  Unit 6A Assessment
  Unit 6B
  Unit 6B Assessment
  Unit 7A
  Unit 7A Assessment
  Unit 7B
  Unit 7B Assessment
   
Novice-Mid 6-12
  Unit 1
  Unit 1 Assessment
  Unit 2
  Unit 2 Assessment
  Unit 3
  Unit 3 Assessment
  Unit 4
  Unit 4 Assessment
  Unit 5
  Unit 5 Assessment
  Unit 6
  Unit 6 Assessment
  Unit 7
  Unit 7 Assessment
   

Novice-High 6-12

  Unit 1
  Unit 1 Assessment
  Unit 2
  Unit 2 Assessment
  Unit 3
  Unit 3 Assessment
  Unit 4
  Unit 4 Assessment
  Unit 5
  Unit 5 Assessment
  Unit 6  
  Unit 6 Assessment  
  Unit 7  
  Unit 7 Assessment