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Curriculum Frameworks Introduction

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Diana Satin

on 5 February 2013

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Transcript of Curriculum Frameworks Introduction

A little about the
Curriculum Frameworks For more:
http://www.doe.mass.edu/acls/frameworks/ These are the curriculum frameworks areas the state has developed. Which apply to your work? Click to see the document, then use your mouse to drag it down to view all of it. How can they work together? Like this: Here's an example from the... The skill areas within each framework are divided into categories known as strands. Here's a taste: And within each strand are standards, which are skills and knowledge that learners should be working towards. Here's an example. (Very general -- I'll show you the specific skills next.) Standards are given more specificity for each proficiency level, and are called benchmarks. Let's look at one example of a listening benchmark across various levels. Here's one for a beginning level student. Here it is for a student at the intermediate level. And here it is for an advanced student. To get a picture of the thread through the various levels, click to take a look at the range of the listening benchmarks. To help you with the terms mentioned, here's a review:
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