Indiana Learning Standards - World Languages and International Education — Grade 6


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6.1.1

Recognize and state information about self, family, and friends

6.1.2

Exchange familiar information and opinions in American Sign Language.

6.1.3

Exchange familiar information and opinions in American Sign Language.

6.1.4

Make requests and ask basic questions in social situations.

6.1.5

Recognize and use situation-appropriate non-lingual communication

6.1.6

Recognize and use situation-appropriate non-manual communication.

6.1.7

Use manual and visual strategies to facilitate communication

6.2.1

Respond to classroom requests, commands, and directions

6.2.2

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

6.2.3

Infer meaning through recognition of iconic signs.

6.3.1

Recite developmentally appropriate folklore, lyrics, poetry and stories of American Sign Language and related culture.

6.3.2

Present more complex prepared material on a variety of topics with improving accuracy.

6.3.3

Sign complete sentences with teacher guidance.

6.3.4

Practice production, form and use of space in signing through copying a signed passage.

6.4.1

Investigate and report on basic social practices of the culture

6.4.2

Examine products, perspectives, and symbols of the culture.

6.4.3

Examine factors that influence practices, products, and perspectives.

6.4.4

Describe contributions from culture.

6.5.1

Investigate and report on objects and concepts from other content areas.

6.5.2

Integrate content area concepts and skills through relevant activities.

6.6.1

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

6.6.2

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

6.7.1

Recognize the parameters specific to the signed language.

6.7.2

Recognize and use a variety of language structures.

6.7.3

Compare and use formal and informal language.

6.7.4

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

6.7.5

Compare the social patterns of other cultures and the learners own culture.

6.8.1

Share language and cultural experiences from American Sign Language classroom within the school and/or community

6.8.2

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

6.8.3

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