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COMMUNICATION. The student communicates in ASL using expressive and receptive communication skills. The student is expected to: October 2014ASL III
engage in a variety of signed exchanges of learned material to socialize and to provide and obtain information.[1A] October 2014ASL III
demonstrate understanding of simple, clearly signed language such as simple stories, high- frequency commands, and brief instructions when dealing with familiar topics.[1B] October 2014ASL III
present information using familiar words, phrases, and sentences to others.[1C] October 2014ASL III
demonstrate an awareness of ASL grammar, vocabulary, and phonology / cherology.[1D] October 2014ASL III
CULTURES. The student gains knowledge and understanding of other cultures. The student is expected to: October 2014ASL III
demonstrate an understanding of the practices (what people do) and how they are related to the perspectives (how people perceive things) of the cultures studied.[2A] October 2014ASL III
demonstrate an understanding of the products (what people create) and how they are related to the perspectives (how people perceive things) of the cultures studied.[2B] October 2014ASL III
CONNECTIONS. The student uses the language to make connections with other subject areas and to acquire information. The student is expected to: October 2014ASL III
use resources (that may include technology) in the language and cultures being studied to gain access to information.[3A] October 2014ASL III
use the language to obtain, reinforce, or expand knowledge of other subject areas.[3B] October 2014ASL III
COMPARISONS. The student develops insight into the nature of language and culture by comparing the student's own language and culture to another. The student is expected to: October 2014ASL III
demonstrate an understanding of the nature of language through comparisons of the student's own language and ASL.[4A] October 2014ASL III
demonstrate an understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the student's own culture and the American Deaf culture.[4B] October 2014ASL III
demonstrate an understanding of the influence of one language and culture on another.[4C] October 2014ASL III
COMMUNITIES. The student participates in communities at home and around the world by using languages other than English. The student is expected to: October 2014ASL III
use the language both within and beyond the school setting through activities such as participating in cultural events and using technology to communicate.[5A] October 2014ASL III
show evidence of becoming a lifelong learner by using the language for personal enrichment and career development.[5B] October 2014ASL III
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