For All Teachers of World Languages
Three Modes of Communication provides resources and strategies to help develop the three modes of communication with your students
Helpful Links provides great resources and information for any language area.
Technology in the Classroom - provides great resources on how to integrate technology in the world language classroom.
Games and Interactives takes you to great interactives for you to do with your students in class or for your students to do at home.
Country and Cultural Studies Find great links to information for countries and cultures around the world.
Proficiency Guidelines - identify what students should know and be able to do in the target language at the end of each level.
Meeting the Literacy Standards of the Utah Core Standards for Literacy in English Language Arts and Literacy in Social Studies/History, Science, and Technical Subjects
The study of World Languages go hand in hand with the Utah Core Standards for Literacy in English Language Arts and Literacy in Social Studies/History, Science, and Technical Subjects. While the Utah Core Standards do not replace the World Languages Utah Core Curriculum, they do supplement them. Please see the documents below to see how the ACTFL Standards for Language Learning align with and support the Utah Core Standards.
The Common Core Framework and World Languages: A Wake-up Call for All This great article from ACTFL's publication, The Language Educator, articulates how the study of world languages is essential to developing literacy and global awareness in students.