1st Grade Language Proficiency Progress Report: CHINESE

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1st Grade Language Proficiency Progress Report: CHINESE
Utah Dual Immersion Program
Student Name
School
Language
Teacher
District
Date
Listening Ability- Your child’s listening ability in the immersion language is best described as . . .
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NOVICE LOW
NOVICE MID
NOVICE HIGH
INTERMEDIATE LOW
INTERMEDIATE MID
-Understands predictable questions,
statements, and commands in
familiar topic areas (with strong
contextual without prompting
support).
-Requires slower than normal rate of
speech and/or with repetitions.
-Understands simple questions,
statements and commands on
familiar topics and some sentences
in new topics with strong contextual
support.
-May require repetition, slower
speech, or rephrasing.
-Recognizes single, isolated words,
greetings and polite expressions.
-Understands familiar questions,
commands and statements in a
limited number of content areas
-Understands questions and
statements in new content areas
with strong contextual support.
-Follows information that is being
given at a fairly normal rate.
-Understands most sentence-level
speech in new contexts at a normal
rate of speech although slow-downs
may be necessary for unfamiliar
topics.
-Carries out commands without
prompting.
TARGET
Speaking Ability- Your child’s speaking ability in the immersion language is best described as . . .
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NOVICE LOW
-Uses isolated words (i.e., single words) to
respond to questions.
-Responses pertain to very specific topic areas
in predictable contexts.
- May use greetings and polite expressions
such as Good Morning and Thank you.
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NOVICE MID
NOVICE HIGH
INTERMEDIATE LOW
-Uses single words, multiple words, short
phrases, greetings, polite expressions, and
other memorized expressions on a limited
number of topics.
-Frequent searching for words is common.
-May use native language or gestures when
attempting to create with language beyond
what is known.
-Memorized expressions with verbs and other
short phrases are usually accurate, but
inaccuracies occur when trying to produce
language beyond the scope of memorized
material.
TARGET
Minimal ability to
describe
narrate
answer questions
ask questions
using sentences, strings of sentences and
sentence connectors
Growing ability to
describe
narrate
answer questions
ask questions
using sentences, strings of sentences and
sentence connectors
-Uses vocabulary from everyday topics and
subject area content to provide basic
information.
-Uses memorized expressions with ease and
accuracy.
-Successfully produces sentence-length
information but cannot sustain sentence-level
speech when it is called for.
-Sentences may not always contain the proper
verb formations and other grammatical
inaccuracies may be present, but these
inaccuracies generally do not impede
communication of the message.
-May revert to the use of English when foreign
language words cannot be retrieved or when
the student attempts to produce language
with unfamiliar topics.
-Has basic vocabulary for making statements
and asking questions to satisfy basic social and
academic needs, but not for explaining or
elaborating on them.
-Use of some native language is common when
vocabulary is lacking.
-Can maintain simple conversations at the
sentence level by creating with the language,
although in a restrictive and reactive manner.
-Handles a limited number of everyday social
and subject content interactions.
-Uses a variety of common verbs in present
tense (formations may be inaccurate) in
sentences.
-Other verb tenses/forms may appear but are
not frequent.
-The listener may be confused by this speech
due to the many grammatical inaccuracies.
1st Grade Language Proficiency Progress Report: CHINESE
Utah Dual Immersion Program
Reading Ability- Here are your child’s reading abilities in Chinese at the end of 1st Grade:
C=Can do independently
WH=Can do with help
G=A goal
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_____ 2.
_____ 3.
_____ 4.
_____ 5.
_____ 6.
_____ 7.
Match the sound to the selected character
Match words with their picture or action
Identify common radicals and associate them with their meaning
Follow along on the page when the text is being read aloud
Read high frequency words for this grade level
Read short, simple sentences
Read aloud, without rehearsal, immersion grade-level text with few hesitations and adequate accuracy to be
comprehensible.
_____ 8. Demonstrate understanding of basic information and some facts from a text.
_____ 9. Identify verbally and nonverbally sequence in a text (information and narrative)
Writing Ability- Your child’s writing ability in the immersion language is best described as . . .
C=Can do independently
_____ 1.
_____ 2.
_____ 3.
_____ 4.
WH=Can do with help
G=A goal
Copy Chinese characters and sentences using correct stroke order
Reproduce from memory a modest number of isolated characters but with errors
Create sentences, given familiar characters
Write simple, structured sentences, given a model
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