World Language Power Standards

1.Students who study a World Language will gain new cultural perspectives, develop empathy towards others, and tolerate differences.

2. Students will engage in conversation, interpret spoken and written materials from other cultures, and present concepts in a language other their own.

3. Students will enhance understanding of their native language and strengthen skills across all disciplines.

4. Students will gain proficiency in the target language over time through practice of vocabulary, grammar, syntax, and exposure to the language.