Language Acquisition Faculty

(World Languages)

(Click on staff members' name to visit their webpage.)

Annalisa Capotorto*

Tamika Caston-Miller*

Yuliana Gonzalez*

Jan Goodloe*

Josh Hortman

Daneila Minotti

Marcela Monreal

Juergen Mueller*

Darla Staples

Stanley Stifflemire

Nelba Richardson

(DP/AP Courses*)

  

IB MYP Language Acquisition

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The role of language is valued as central to developing critical thinking, which is essential for the cultivation of intercultural awareness, international-mindedness and global citizenship. Language is integral to exploring and sustaining personal development and cultural identity, and provides an intellectual framework to support conceptual development. In MYP Language Acquisition, the purposes and targets for learning language are divded into three areas of communication: oral communication, visual communication, and written communication. The Language Acquisition objectives are designed to enable students to become multiliterate by developing all three areas.
 

Achievement Levels in Language Acquisition

Criterion A
Comprehending 
Spoken & Visual Text
Scale: 0-8
Criterion B
Comprehending 
Written & Visual Text
Scale: 0-8
Criterion C
Communicating
in Response to Spoken &/or Written 
&/or Visual Text
Scale: 0-8

Criterion D
Using Language
in Spoken
&/or Written Form
Scale: 0-8


Westchester Grading Scale Conversion for MYP
8 100

* This means the work submitted cannot
be scored using the criteria given.

If no work is submitted then a
traditional 0% would be given.

7 93
6 88
5 82
4 77
3 71
2 65
1 60
*0 50

IB MYP Language Acquisition

Intro to French, German, Italian, or Spanish (6th Grade)

French I, II, III, & IV

German I, II, III, & IV

Italian I, II, III

Spanish I, II, III, & IV


 

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Documents

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 TitleOwnerCategoryModified DateSize 
Language Acquisition Brief by IBCheryl WegscheidMYP Grades 6-1010/20/201545.00 KBDownload
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