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Tuesday, July 11

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    Important readings about the Core Practices
    Kentucky World Languages
    This series will try to open a window for world languages teachers, nontraditional world languages teachers and other educators as to what world languages education is about. The series will focus on two goals: to grow new leaders in the language learning profession, and to foster growth in students and teachers through effective instructional practices in language teaching.

    World languages: Strengthen your core!:
    Jay Ketner
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    Lisa A. Harris
    But love of grammar for its own sake aside, the first question we should be asking of ourselves isn’t whether or not grammar is important. It is. The first question should be more along the lines of, “what do we want our students to know and be able to do when they leave our classes?”
    Core practices: Provide feedback to improve learner performance
    Lea Graner Kennedy
    As educators, we know how crucial feedback is for students to make proficiency gains because feedback is both motivating and an important tool to promote learning.

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    World Readiness Standards
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    8:30 am

Tuesday, June 27

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    ACTFL 21st Century Skills Map
    ACTFL 21st century World Languages Skills Map 2011 by MmeTheisen on Scribd
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    TSD World Language Rubrics
    ACTFL 21st Century Skills Map
    ACTFL 21st century World Languages Skills Map 2011 by MmeTheisen on Scribd
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Monday, June 26

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    Technology:Mentimeter.com-Make a word cloud and polls using this site. (SITE: Mentimeter)
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    TSD UBD Backward Design unit template: TSD WL UbD Unit Template 2016 use.doc
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    ACTFL 21st Century Skills Map
    ACTFL 21st century World Languages Skills Map 2011 by MmeTheisen on Scribd
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Sunday, June 25

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    Core Practices for World Language Learning
    World Readiness Standards for Learning Languages video-Core Practices for World Language Learning-The Six Core Practices are highly-effective and research-based teaching methods designed specifically for the world language classroom. The 6 core practices provide clear guidance for classroom instruction in achieving a shift towards a proficiency model and focus on teacher actions. Teaching for proficiency requires a change to the core of world language teaching and learning and provides guidance for student language acquisition.World Readiness Standards for Learning Languages video-Core Practices for World Language Learning-The Six Core Practices are highly-effective and research-based teaching methods designed specifically for the world language classroom. The 6 core practices provide clear guidance for classroom instruction in achieving a shift towards a proficiency model and focus on teacher actions. Teaching for proficiency requires a change to the core of world language teaching and learning and provides guidance for student language acquisition.World Readiness Standards for Learning Languages video-Core Practices for World Language Learning-The Six Core Practices are highly-effective and research-based teaching methods designed specifically for the world language classroom. The 6 core practices provide clear guidance for classroom instruction in achieving a shift towards a proficiency model and focus on teacher actions. Teaching for proficiency requires a change to the core of world language teaching and learning and provides guidance for student language acquisition.The Six Core Practices are highly-effective and research-based teaching methods designed specifically for the world language classroom. The 6 core practices provide clear guidance for classroom instruction in achieving a shift towards a proficiency model and focus on teacher actions. Teaching for proficiency requires a change to the core of world language teaching and learning and provides guidance for student language acquisition.
    World Readiness Standards for Learning Languages video-Core Practices for World Language Learning-Unlike “Best Practices” which defines “what works” based on experience; the 6 core practices are complex instructional practices that fully support student learning. They are not transparent or learnable through modeling alone and need to be rehearsed and coached in the specific context. Teachers must detail, deconstruct, and explicitly teach and assess the core practices.World Readiness Standards for Learning Languages video-Core Practices for World Language Learning-Unlike “Best Practices” which defines “what works” based on experience; the 6 core practices are complex instructional practices that fully support student learning. They are not transparent or learnable through modeling alone and need to be rehearsed and coached in the specific context. Teachers must detail, deconstruct, and explicitly teach and assess the core practices.World Readiness Standards for Learning Languages video-Core Practices for World Language Learning-Unlike “Best Practices” which defines “what works” based on experience; the 6 core practices are complex instructional practices that fully support student learning. They are not transparent or learnable through modeling alone and need to be rehearsed and coached in the specific context. Teachers must detail, deconstruct, and explicitly teach and assess the core practices.Unlike “Best Practices” which defines “what works” based on experience; the 6 core practices are complex instructional practices that fully support student learning. They are not transparent or learnable through modeling alone and need to be rehearsed and coached in the specific context. Teachers must detail, deconstruct, and explicitly teach and assess the core practices.
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    Important readings about the Core Practices
    World languages: Strengthen your core!:
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