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ANEP - CEIP Departamento de Segundas Lenguas y Lenguas Extranjeras

Exit Profile 2013


1st DRAFT created with teachers of the Department of Foreign and Second Languages (ANEP-CEIP) in 2012
27/12/12

K5 DEVELOPING MEETS EXPECTATIONS LISTENING The student is able to understand simple commands but he/she struggles to understand chunks of language. The student is able to understand simple commands and some chunks of language.

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The student is able to understand simple commands and chunks of language.

SPEAKING When asked, the student is able to say isolated words to name concrete objects of his/her environment. He/she is able to memorize some words of simple poems and songs. The student is able to say isolated words to name concrete objects of his/her environment, and use simple expressions for feelings, and memorize parts of simple poems and songs. He/ She is able to produce specific simple chunks of language . READING The student is in the process of decoding specific words and, when asked, he/she can differentiate between pictures and words. The student decodes specific words and shows understanding of most of those words. The student decodes specific words and simple sentences, showing understanding of what he/she is reading. The student is able to say isolated words to name concrete objects of his/her environment, use simple expressions for feelings, and memorize simple poems and songs. The student is able to produce chunks of language.

WRITING The student is in the process of writing simple words by writing some letters of those words. The student is able to write some isolated words with minor spelling mistakes. The student is able to write isolated words.

1st GRADE DEVELOPING MEETS EXPECTATIONS LISTENING The student is able to partially comprehend, with support, descriptions of people, animals and objects. The student is able to understand some words of the lyrics of a song, rhymes and riddles. The student is able to partially comprehend descriptions of people, animals and objects. The student is able to understand, with extralinguistic support, songs, rhymes and riddles.

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The student is able to understand descriptions of people, animals and objects. The student is able to understand songs, rhymes and riddles.

SPEAKING The student is able to produce isolated words describing people, animals and objects, with support, and he/she also produces fragments of memorized songs, rhymes and riddles. The student is able to produce very simple phrases describing people, animals and objects,with support, and he/she also produces memorized songs, rhymes and riddles. The student is able to produce simple descriptions of people, animals and objects, and also memorized songs, rhymes and riddles.

READING The student is able to recognize isolated words in a sentence. He/she is also able to understand lists of words. The student is able to read very short sentences with support. He/she is able to infer information from the format of the text. The student is able to read short sentences independently. He/she is able to follow instructions on their own.

WRITING

The student is able to write isolated action words, with support.

The student is able to write, with minor mistakes, sentences related to actions.

The student is able to write on his/her own complete sentences related to actions.

2nd GRADE DEVELOPING MEETS EXPECTATIONS LISTENING The student is able to partially comprehend simple stories, their characters and descriptions, with support. He/she is also able to partially comprehend, with support, simple dialogues. The student is able to partially comprehend simple stories, their characters, and descriptions. He/she is also able to partially comprehend simple dialogues. SPEAKING The student is able to tell at least one characteristic of a living being. The student is able to produce isolated words describing places and creating stories from characters, with mistakes and support, and/or fragments of poems and tongue twisters. The student is able to tell two or three characteristics of a living being. The student is able to produce simple sentences describing places and creating stories from characters, with a few mistakes and support, and/or memorized poems and tongue twisters. READING The student is able to read a paragraph and make inferences from images. The student is able to read a paragraph and make inferences from images and words. WRITING The student is able to write isolated words related to descriptive texts and invitation cards. The student is able to write with minor mistakes sentences related to descriptive texts and invitation cards.

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The student is able to comprehend simple stories, their characters and descriptions. The student is able to comprehend simple dialogues.

The student is able to tell all of the relevant characteristics of a living being. The student is able to produce simple descriptions of places and stories from characters, and also memorized poems and tongue twisters.

The student is able to read a paragraph, make inferences from images and words, and answer questions about the text.

The student is able to write complete sentences on his own related to descriptive texts and invitation cards

3rd GRADE DEVELOPING MEETS EXPECTATIONS LISTENING The student is able to understand only the main idea in stories, fables, cartoons, cooking recipes or instructions to play a game, supported by visual aids. The student is able to understand only the main idea and some secondary ideas in stories, fables, cartoons, cooking recipes or instructions to play a game, with minor support. SPEAKING The student is able to communicate some ideas related to school subjects, describe cartoons and talk about the instructions of games and cooking recipes with mistakes and support. The student is able to communicate ideas related to school subjects, describe cartoons, and talk about the instructions of games and cooking recipes with a few mistakes and minor support. READING The student is able to read short sentences in scientific texts, folk tales, fables, poems and rhymes, showing understanding of main ideas with some help. The student is able to read scientific texts, folk tales, fables, poems and rhymes, showing understanding of main ideas and some secondary ideas with some help.

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The student is able to understand the main idea and secondary ideas in stories, fables, cartoons, cooking recipes or instructions to play a game, independently.

The student is able to communicate ideas related to school subjects, describe cartoons, and talk about the instructions of games and cooking recipes on their own.

The student is able to read scientific texts, folk tales, fables, poems and rhymes, showing understanding of main ideas as well as secondary ideas independently.

WRITING The student is able to write short sentences in file cards, instruction for games and cooking recipies with some mistakes and support of visual aids. The student is able to write simple sentences in file cards, instructions for games and cooking recipes with some mistakes and minor support. The student is able to write more complex sentences using connectors and varied vocabulary in file cards and instructions for games and cooking recipes independently.

4th GRADE DEVELOPING MEETS EXPECTATIONS LISTENING The student is able to understand some ideas of discourse on limited topics. He understands narratives of everyday situations with support, some elements of historical tales (with strong support) and isolated elements of stories and also fragments of songs. The student is able to understand the main ideas of discourse on different topics, as well as narratives of everyday situations, historical tales (with support) and descriptions of the scenery of stories and main ideas of songs.

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The student understands discourse on different topics, as well as narratives, historical tales and descriptions of scenery, characters and plot of stories and main ideas and specific elements of songs.

SPEAKING The student produces with difficulty discourse related to everyday situations. With help, he may able to describe isolated elements of a story. The student is able to produce simple narratives about everyday situations, locating different elements in space and time. He is able to memorize songs and describe the scenery of a story. The student is able to produce narratives about different situations, with different levels of complexity. He is able to memorize songs and refer to different elements of a story (scenery, characters, plot, etc.)

READING The student understands the organization of a scientific text, but shows problems at the time of locating information. With support, he may find (some) information in short paragraphs. With support, he may be able to understand stories, and/or read song lyrics worked in class. The student is able to infer information from the organization of scientific texts. He is able to locate information in a paragraph, and understands the plot of a tale or story. He is also able to understand song lyrics worked in class. The student shows understanding of scientific texts that are appropriate to the grade level. He is able to locate information in a paragraph/text, and understands general and specific elements of tales and stories. He is able to understand song lyrics worked in class.

WRITING The student is able to write isolated sentences on very specific subjects in file cards. With help, he may be able to write isolated, unconnected sentences about events. The student is able to write file cards on specific subjects, with little support. He is able to narrate events and organize activity schedules in written form. The student is able to write file cards on varied topics, without support. He is able to develop written sequential narratives. The student is able to write detailed activity schedules.

5th Grade DEVELOPING MEETS EXPECTATIONS LISTENING The student is able to understand only the main ideas of myths, legends and scientific texts when guided by the teacher. The student is able to understand most of the main ideas and related ideas in myths, legends and specific texts with minor support.

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The student is able to understand the main ideas as well as other related ideas in myths, legends and scientific texts with little guidance or independently.

SPEAKING The student is able to narrate briefly personal anecdotes, news and specific topics using the file cards and other resources when guided by the teacher. The student is able to narrate simple personal anecdotes, news and scientific topics using appropriate vocabulary supported by file cards with minor support or independently. The student is able to narrate personal anecdotes, news and scientific topics providing details with different levels of complexity independently.

READING The student is able to understand the main ideas contained in news, charts and graphs guided by the teacher. The student is able to understand the main ideas contained in news, charts and graphs independently. The student is able to understand the main ideas as well as other related concepts contained in news, charts and graphs independently or with little guidance.

WRITING The student is able to write questionnaries, diagrams, emails and chat using simple vocabulary and language structures when guided by the teacher. The student is able to write questionnaires, diagrams, emails and chat using adequate vocabulary and language structures independently or with little guidance. The student is able to write questionnaires, diagrams, emails and chat using sophisticated vocabulary and language structures independently or with little guidance.

6th Grade DEVELOPING MEETS EXPECTATIONS LISTENING


The student is able to undertand some fragments, idioms and proverbs with help. The student is able to partially comprehend opinions with support. The student is able to understand main ideas of discourse with support. The student is able to undertand idioms and proverbs with help.

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The student is able to undertand idioms and proverbs independently. The student is able to comprehend opinions without support.

The student is able to partially comprehend opinions without support. The student is able to The student is able to understand main ideas understand main ideas and secondary ideas of and secondary ideas of discourse discourse with minor support. independently.

. SPEAKING
The student is able to explain briefly a topic and provide a short opinion using graphs, and charts with some support.

The student is able to explain with difficulties a topic and provide opinions using graphs, and charts with the help of the teacher.

The student is able to explain a topic and give an opinion using graphs, and charts providing some details.

READING
With support, the student is able to understand and predict the general idea in different kind of texts. With support, the student is able to understand and predict the general idea and some specific elements in different kind of texts including biographies. The student is able to understand and predict the general idea and specific elements in different kind of texts including biographies independently.

WRITING
The student is able to write isolated sentences about specific topics. The student is able to write brief reviews of books, videos and films supported by context. The student is able to write a paragraph about specific topics with little support The student is able to write reviews of books, videos and films using simple exponents. The student is able to write a text on varied specific topics with little or without support. The student is able to write reviews about books, videos and films using more complex vocabulary and exponents.