Questions about the documents on this page? Contact Cheri Quinlan, Coordinator of World Langauges, International Education, and Gifted and Talented, New Jersey Department of Education

Here is a Word document of the Introduction to the new Core Curriculum Content Stanard for World Languages:


Here is a Word document with the new Core Curriculum Content Standard for World Languages:


Here is the Adobe file of the Core Curriculum Content Standard for World Languages:
WL Standard


Your task:
1. Select a proficiency level. (Novice Mid, Novice High, Intermediate Low, Intermediate Mid)
2. Select a strand. (Interpretive, Interpersonal, Presentational)
3. Copy and paste the technoloy cumulative progress indicator (CPI) number for the selected proficiency level and strand into the template below.
4. Copy and paste the technology CPI for the selected proficiency level and strand into the template below.






5. Open the document below and copy and paste the essential questions for the targeted proficiency level and strand into the appropriate box of the CAD template.

6. Copy and paste the enduring understandings for the targeted proficiency level and strand into the appropriate box of the CAD template.



7. Copy and paste the appropriate content statement(s) into the document.

8. Decide which technology application students will use in order to meet the CPI. Give examples. When choosing tasks, ask yourself:
Would this task engage my students? Is this task something that students would encounter in the real world? Does this task help my students meet the communicative objective of the CPI? Does this task integrate communication and culture in a natural way?

Here is an example of a Classroom Application Document for K-5 students, Novice Mid Proficiency, Interpretive Mode. You may find it helpful to use it as a reference as you work on your project.


Stefanie Gigante: CAD #1