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ADNY August 30, 2017Fordham Preparatory SchoolBronx, NY

I. The Interpretive Mode
World-Readiness Standards for Learning Languages (summary)
NCSSFL-ACTFL Can-Do Statements

Guiding Principles for Language Learning

Core Practices for World Language Learning

The Three Modes of Communication

Activities that Build Interpretive Skills

Active Reading

Think/Write Aloud

Jigsaw

Visual Notetaking

1-2-3

Say Something

Making text-to-self, to-text, & to-world connections

Picture Prompts

Text Mark Up

Most Important Word

Card Sort

Running Dictation

I Have, Who Has/Whip Around

Dictogloss

Symbol Notes
Plus-Minus-Delta/Plus-Minus-Interesting
Response Sheet/Extract-React Notetaking
Somebody-Wanted-But-So
Concept Circles
Magnet Summaries

Reading Poster
Before reading activities

During reading activities

After reading activities
Developing Students' Interpretive Communication Skills Self-Assessment

II. What is Authentic Text? How Do I Find Authentic Text? How Do I Select Authentic Text?
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Authentic Resources

Leslie's Pinterest boards

Zachary Jones Zambombazo

Spanish Commercials

Spanish Commercials Worksheets

French Songs Aligned to Themes and Structures



Pinterest boards by Global Themes


Theme/Language




Global Challenges

French

German

Spanish

Contemporary Life

French


Spanish

Beauty and Aesthetics

French


Spanish

Science and Technology

French


Spanish

Families and Communities

French


Spanish

Personal and Public Identities

French


Spanish


Pinterest boards/Pinners to follow:


Novice Level Spanish: Señora Sherrow

Novice Level Spanish: Señorita N. Rodriguez

French resources: Meg Chance

French resources: Julee LaPorte

German Teacher Favorites

III. How Do I Use Authentic Text with Learners at All Levels?/ How Do I Adapt Tasks Without Altering the Authentic Text?



Tiering


Tiered activity template

What Novices Can Do With Authentic Text