Indiana Learning Standards - World Languages and International Education — Grade 10


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10.1.1

Initiate, sustain, and close conversations in limited yet varied situations

10.1.2

Exchange detailed information and opinions in American Sign Language.

10.1.3

Make requests and ask different types of questions in a variety of social situations

10.1.4

Use manual and visual strategies that facilitate communication.

10.1.5

Use culturally-appropriate non-lingual communication.

10.1.6

Use culturally-appropriate non-manual communication

10.2.1

Respond to everyday requests, commands, and directions.

10.2.2

Demonstrate comprehension of both authentic and non-authentic American Sign Language through developmentally appropriate tasks.

10.2.3

Infer meaning and build language skill through recognition of iconic and familiar signs.

10.3.1

Retell folklore, lyrics, poetry and stories of American Sign Language and the related cultures

10.3.2

Produce and present creative material on a variety of topics.

10.3.3

Sign simple passages in variety of contexts.

10.4.1

Investigate and report on cultural practices of culture

10.4.2

Analyze and discuss products, perspectives, and symbols of culture through guided participation.

10.4.3

Discuss factors that influence practices, products, and perspectives.

10.4.4

Explain the interrelations among the practices, products, and perspectives of culture.

10.4.5

Explain significant events unique to culture

10.4.6

Explain contributions from culture.

10.4.7

Identify elements that shape cultural identity in the learners heritage and in culture.

10.5.1

Expand understanding of other content areas through resources intended for native signers

10.5.2

Design and share activities and materials that integrate American Sign Language and culture with other content area concepts and skills.

10.6.1

Use digital visual media and culturally authentic resources to build vocabulary and improve receptive and productive language skills.

10.6.2

Use digital visual media and culturally authentic resources to study culture.

10.6.3

Identify and evaluate resources intended for native signers.

10.7.1

Recognize and use complex language structures

10.7.2

Compare and use formal and informal language

10.7.3

Compare and use authentic forms of address in familiar and unfamiliar social situations.

10.7.4

Compare systems of culture and the learners own culture.

10.8.1

Share language and cultural experiences from American Sign Language classroom with others.

10.8.2

Investigate and share with others the influences of American Sign Language and culture of the community

10.8.3

Show evidence of becoming a life-long learner by using American Sign Language and cultural knowledge for personal enrichment.

10.8.4

Research and present about a local and/or global need that is identified as authentic by the cultures of American Sign Language.

12.1.1

Interact in a wide range of culturally and socially authentic and/or simulated situations with increasing ease.

12.1.2

Exchange detailed information and opinions in American Sign Language on a wider range of topics and in a culturally-appropriate manner.

12.1.3

Make requests and ask different types of questions in a culturally-appropriate manner

12.1.4

Recognize and use situation-appropriate non-verbal communication.

12.1.5

Recognize and use culturally-appropriate non-manual communication.

12.1.6

Use manual and visual strategies to facilitate communication.

12.2.1

Respond accurately and appropriately to everyday requests, commands, and directions.

12.2.2

Demonstrate comprehension of both authentic and non-authentic American Sign Language through developmentally appropriate tasks

12.2.3

Make educated guesses about meaning in unfamiliar signed contexts.

12.3.1

Retell folklore, lyrics, poetry and stories of American Language and culture

12.3.2

Produce and present insightful material on a variety of topics with greater ease.

12.3.3

Sign cohesive information in a variety of contexts.

12.4.1

Analyze and reflect on cultural practices of culture

12.4.2

Independently analyze and discuss products, perspectives, and symbols of culture.

12.4.3

Make predictions about factors that influence practices, products, and perspectives.

12.4.4

Discuss changes in the interrelationships among the practices, products, and perspectives of culture.

12.4.5

Analyze the origin and impact of significant events unique to culture.

12.4.6

Analyze the origin and impact of contributions from other cultures

12.5.1

Expand understanding of other content areas through resources intended for native signers

12.5.2

Design and share activities and materials that integrate American Sign Language and culture with concepts and skills of multiple content areas.

12.6.1

Use digital visual media and culturally authentic resources to build vocabulary and improve receptive and productive language skills.

12.6.2

Use digital visual media and culturally authentic resources to study cultures.

12.6.3

Identify and evaluate resources intended for native signers.

12.7.1

Use formal and informal language structures.

12.7.2

Recognize and use complex language structures.

12.7.3

Compare and use authentic forms of address in familiar and unfamiliar social situations

12.7.4

Analyze and compare systems of other cultures and the learners own culture.

12.7.5

Compare and contrast elements that shape cultural identity in the learners heritage and in the culture.

12.8.1

Share experiences from American Sign Language classroom with others

12.8.2

Explain how American Sign Language and/or the related culture have impacted other communities.

12.8.3

Show evidence of becoming a life-long learner by using American Sign Language and cultural knowledge for personal enrichment