Indiana Learning Standards - World Languages and International Education — Grade 2


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2.1.1

Accurately use multiple greetings and farewells.

2.1.2

Accurately state personal information.

2.1.3

Recognize and express a variety of likes, dislikes, and feelings in multi-word responses.

2.1.4

Recognize and use culturally-appropriate non-lingual communication.

2.1.5

Recognize and use culturally-appropriate non-manual communication.

2.2.1

Demonstrate comprehension of familiar signs and phrases.

2.2.2

Recognize parameters, classifier predicates, and special characters of American Sign Language.

2.2.3

Identify familiar signs or phrases, including cognates and signs shared between languages.

2.3.1

Recite developmentally appropriate rhymes and poetry of the culture.

2.3.2

Present simple prepared material with greater independence.

2.3.3

Sign complete sentences with teacher guidance.

2.3.4

Present simple developmentally appropriate folklore, lyrics, poetry and stories of American Sign Language and culture.

2.3.5

Describe objects and self in familiar signs with greater independence.

2.4.1

Recognize basic routine practices of culture.

2.4.2

Identify products and symbols of culture.

2.5.1

Use simple signs and phrases to label objects and concepts from other content areas.

2.5.2

Integrate content area concepts and skills through relevant activities

2.6.1

Use digital visual media and culturally authentic resources to build vocabulary, improve reading ability, and encourage cultural awareness.

2.7.1

Recognize the parameters specific to the signed language.

2.7.2

Recognize and use formal and informal language.

2.7.3

Recognize similarities and differences in structural patterns of languages.

2.7.4

Recognize and use authentic forms of address with family and friends.

2.7.5

Examine the daily living patterns of other cultures and the learners own culture.

2.7.6

Describe traditions of the cultures celebrations.

2.7.7

Recognize contributions from other cultures.

2.8.1

Share experiences from American Sign Language classroom within the school and/or community. Example: Use American Sign Language to teach basic vocabulary to friends and family.

2.8.2

Recognize the use of American Sign Language in the learners community.

2.8.3

Experience movies in American Sign Language, Deaf organization/event, etc. from the culture.