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The MIT 2008 Information Quality Industry Symposium Data Governance With a Focus on Information Quality Gwen Thomas President, The Data Governance Institute By en Thomas, President, The Data Governance Institute The MIT 2008 Information Quality Industry Symposium July 16-17, 2008 Gwen Thomas, The Data Governance Institute 2 Objectives of this presentation ¾ Identify interdependencies between Information Quality (IQ) programs and many “flavors” of Data Governance.
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CURRICULUM

World Languages

SPANISH IV




Supports Academic Learning Expectation # 1

Students and graduates of Ledyard High School will read and write
critically and effectively for a variety of purposes

Supports Academic Learning Expectation # 2

Students and graduates of Ledyard High School will speak clearly and
communicate ideas accurately in a variety of settings






I= INTERMEDIATE LEARNING OBJECTIVES
A= ADVANCED LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Approved by Instructional Council
6/10/08



1STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Spanish IV
As a result of world language education, students independently and collaboratively will
be able to:

GOAL: District Goal # 1 (State Standard # 1)

Engage in conversations and correspondence, provide and obtain information, express feelings
and exchange opinions
LEARNING OBJECTIVES SAMPLE INDICATORS/ASSESSMENTS OF LEARNING
Students will know how to: Students will be able to:

I1.1 Exchange information with a. Relate their past, present and future activities with
peers and the teacher both family or friends using the correct tense along with
verbally and in writing advanced grammar such as comparatives,
about events in their superlatives and the subjunctive
everyday lives and
experiences from their past



I1.2 Give and follow directions a. Articulate affirmative and negative command forms
in order to travel from one b. Direct others from one location to another using the
location to another ad ask commands and a map
questions for clarification

I1.4 Work in groups to plan a. Plan and give group projects and presentations using
events and activities to be Spanish
carried out in the target b. Request recommendations from peers using Spanish
language, evaluate their
efforts and identify ways to
improve their
communication in the target
language









2STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Spanish IV
As a result of world language education, students independently and collaboratively will
be able to:

GOAL: District Goal # 1 - Continued

LEARNING OBJECTIVES SAMPLE INDICATORS/ASSESSMENTS OF LEARNING
Students will know how to: Students will be able to:

I1.5 Exchange thoughts about a. Relate a current event to their personal life through
people, activities and events personal conversations in the target language
in their personal lives or
communities




I1.6 Find alternate methods of a. Communicate what they want to say in Spanish by
communication when they using circumlocution
cannot express their b. Request help in Spanish to better communicate their
intended message message
adequately


A1.1 Exchange information a. Utilize advanced grammar constructions to discuss
about current and past their future aspirations
events, as well as aspirations
in their personal lives and
the lives of their friends,
families and others within
their community
A 1.2 Exchange information a. Locate and summarize in oral or written form using
about international current the Spanish language, a current event that affects
events based on newspaper both their culture and that of the target culture
or magazine articles,
television and radio
programs, videos, films and
Internet resources, and
compare and contrast how
information is reported in
both the target and their
native cultures

3STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Spanish IV
As a result of world language education, students independently and collaboratively will
be able to:

GOAL: District Goal # 1 - Continued

LEARNING OBJECTIVES SAMPLE INDICATORS/ASSESSMENTS OF LEARNING
Students will know how to: Students will be able to:

A1.3 Participate in culturally a. Role play cultural situations that require them to
appropriate exchanges that evaluate the situation and respond in Spanish using a
reflect social amenities such culturally correct manner
as expressing and receiving
invitations, apologizing and
communicating preferences


A1.5 Exchange opinions on a a. Discuss in Spanish a current event that affects both
variety of topics, including their own and the target culture
issues of contemporary or
historical interest in the
target and their native
cultures
A 1.6 Share their personal a. Critique independently a literary text providing
reactions and feelings about supporting details for their preferences
authentic literary texts such
as poems, plays, short
stories and novels
A 1.8 Employ rephrasing and a. Persist in communicating their message by
circumlocution to requesting target language help from their listener
successfully communicate b. Utilize synonyms and other tenses to communicate a
their messages clear message











4STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Spanish IV
As a result of world language education, students independently and collaboratively will
be able to:

GOAL: District Goal # 2 - (State Standard #2)

Understand and interpret spoken and written language on a variety of topics
LEARNING OBJECTIVES SAMPLE INDICATORS/ASSESSMENTS OF LEARNING
Students will know how to: Students will be able to:

I2.1 Comprehend the main ideas a. Demonstrate an understanding of conversations heard
when listening to peers and from peers, teachers and/or electronically by asking
familiar adults discuss for additional information or contributing to the
topics of personal interest conversation in Spanish




I2.2 Understand the main ideas, a. Summarize in their own words using the Spanish
themes and some details language, the main ideas, themes and details heard
from authentic television, or read
radio, Internet-based and
digital or live presentations
on topics that are of interest
to themselves as well as
their peers in the target
culture

I2.4 Identify the principle a. Relate in written or oral form using Spanish,
characters and comprehend important information gleaned from read text
the main ideas, themes and
significant details when
reading authentic literary
texts that have been adapted
for student use








5STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Spanish IV
As a result of world language education, students independently and collaboratively will
be able to:

GOAL: District Goal # 2 - Continued

LEARNING OBJECTIVES SAMPLE INDICATORS/ASSESSMENTS OF LEARNING

I2.6 Begin to make informed a. Demonstrate an understanding of the meaning of
hypotheses about the written text by making and substantiating predictions
meaning of unfamiliar, more based on contextual clues, prior knowledge and
complicated passages in the vocabulary in the Spanish language
target language, based on
contextual clues


I2.7 Sustain listening a. Document follow up clarification questions to a topic
comprehension when that is difficult for them to understand
confronted with less familiar
topics by relying on verbal
and nonverbal cues and
listening for rephrasing and
circumlocution, i.e. using
other words and gestures to
explain words or concepts


















6STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Spanish IV
As a result of world language education, students independently and collaboratively will
be able to:
GOAL: District Goal # 2 - Continued
LEARNING OBJECTIVES SAMPLE INDICATORS/ASSESSMENTS OF LEARNING
Students will know how to: Students will be able to:

A2.1 Understand the main ideas a. Sequence the order of events presented in a lecture or
and relevant details of formal presentation
extended discussions, b. Explain the importance of one relevant detail in a
lectures and formal lecture or presentation
presentations on topics
related to daily life and/or
historical or contemporary
themes in the target culture

A2.2 Understand the main idea a. Answer comprehension questions in Spanish about a
or plot and relevant details teacher selected movie or television program viewed
or subplots of radio or in class
television programs, films
or other forms of media
designed primarily by native
speakers of the target
language

A2.3 Comprehend the main ideas a. Answer comprehension questions in Spanish about a
and relevant details of live teacher selected song or anecdote heard in class
and recorded presentations
of culturally significant
songs, fold tales, plays,
comedies and anecdotes


A2.4 Recognize the characters a. Identify and explain the characters and their
and the significance of their significance in an authentic text either in oral or
roles when reading authentic written form
literacy texts and
comprehend the main plot
and relevant subplot(s)




7STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Spanish IV
As a result of world language education, students independently and collaboratively will
be able to:

GOAL: District Goal # 3 - (State Standard # 3)
Present information, concepts and ideas to listeners or readers on a variety of topics
LEARNING OBJECTIVES SAMPLE INDICATORS/ASSESSMENTS OF LEARNING

I3.2 Prepare audio or visual a. Create an audio or visual presentation about their
messages in the target personal activities such as extra curricular activities,
language for their peers in their jobs or their pastimes using advanced grammar
the target culture on topics constructions and tenses in Spanish
of personal interest in their
daily lives


I3.4 Summarize the plot and a. Sequence events in stories and explain the
provide brief descriptions of importance of events using Spanish
characters in selected poems b. Summarize the point of view and its importance
short stories, folk tales and when reading folk tales and/or stories using Spanish
anecdotes in the target c. Identify and describe the main characters in
language relationship to each other using Spanish
d. Describe in detail when and where the stories/folk
tales take place using Spanish
I3.5 Write notes or short letters a. Compose an introductory letter about themselves,
in the target language to their interests, and their family life using both
peers in the target culture on present and past tenses
topics of shared personal
interest, including daily
events and activities
I3.7 Effectively use repetition, a. Recognize that their intended meaning is not clear
rephrasing and gestures to and try to clarify their message by using
assist them in circumlocution, synonyms and gestures
communicating their b. Request support/aid from the listener by asking
meaning in the target relevant questions in Spanish
language







8STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Spanish IV
As a result of world language education, students independently and collaboratively will
be able to:

GOAL: District Goal # 3 - Continued

LEARNING OBJECTIVES SAMPLE INDICATORS/ASSESSMENTS OF LEARNING

A 3.1 Prepare oral presentations a. Summarize a current events article from an authentic
and/or written summaries on Spanish primary source such as a television news
topics of current or clip, newspaper, magazine or website
historical interest in the
target language

A3.2 Perform scenes form a. Memorize and present teacher selected poems to the
plays and/or recite poems or class
excerpts from short stories b. Participate in the school-level rounds of the annual
in the target language COLT Poetry contest
A3.4 Describe, explain, express a. Express their likes/dislikes of a story read in class
opinions about and analyze using Spanish
stories, plays, poems or
other literature, as well as
radio programs, music,
films, art and websites
A 3.6 Use a dictionary or a. Find and correctly use alternative Spanish words to
thesaurus written entirely in better communicate meaning to a listener who is not
the target language, as understanding the message
appropriate, to select words
for use in preparing written
and oral reports













9STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Spanish IV
As a result of world language education, students independently and collaboratively will
be able to:

GOAL: District Goal # 4 – (State Standard # 4)

Demonstrate an understanding of the products, practices and perspectives of the cultures studied,
and will use their cultural knowledge for interpersonal, interpretive and presentational
communication
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
SAMPLE INDICATORS/ASSESSMENTS OF LEARNING

I4.2 Identify, experience or read a. View and discuss expressive forms of the target
about , and discuss culture related to the arts such as literature,
expressive forms of the architectural styles, music, paintings, and poetry
target culture, including but b. Describe the value of selected expressive forms to the
not limited to art, literature target culture using Spanish and their accumulated
and music (e.g. folk art, knowledge of the target culture
authentic children’s books,
songs and dance), and
describe their significance
I4.3 Participate in age a. View television programs in Spanish and discuss
appropriate cultural their significance and importance to the target culture
activities, including, but not
limited to adolescent games,
sports-related activities,
music, television and the
Internet
I4.6 Identify, discuss, analyze a. Explain what ideas and perspectives might motivate
and evaluate themes, ideas the studied practices and products based on their
and perspectives that are understanding of the target culture
related to the practices and
products being studied













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