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World Language Standards Implementation Resources Stage Four

Stage Four: Deep Implementation and Sustainability During Deep Implementation and Sustainability, educators possess a deep understanding of content area standards and work towards implementation with fidelity. During this stage, the focus is on seamless integration of curriculum, instruction, and assessments. It also includes a focus on cross curricular planning and...
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World Language Standards Implementation Resources Stage One

Stage 1 Resources │Exploration After State Board approval, this stage, Exploration, is the opportunity to explore the newly revised content area standards and assess readiness to implement. During this stage, time and activities focus on building understanding of the newly revised content area standards and the instructional shifts reflected within...
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World Language Standards Implementation Resources Stage Three

Stage Three: Scale Up This stage, Scale-Up, is where staff begin to implement content area standards while recognizing and attending to student learning gaps resulting from the transition from legacy standards to new standards. During this stage, the focus is on blending and integrating revised content area standards into instruction...
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World Language Standards Implementation Resources Stage Two

Stage Two: Initial Implementation During Initial Implementation, the focus is on analyzing content area standards at a deeper level and developing resources to support implementation. At this stage, schools establish an infrastructure to support the implementation of the content area standards. This includes practices and policies designed to support student...
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World Language Standards Paradigm Shifts for Districts

The Nebraska World Language Standards were passed in September 2019. Learn how to read the document, how to use the proficiency (not grade level) based indicators, and how the standards' concentration on college and career readiness may impact district level world language programming. Materials Paradigm Shifts in Standards (Power Point...
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World Language Week

World Language Week 2020 is Sunday April 5 to Saturday April 11. World language educators and students are encouraged to celebrate the power of languages to be college, career, and civic ready. World Language Week celebrates the teaching and learning of world languages in the state of Nebraska. Nebraska has a...
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World Language Week Posters and Social Posts

The Power of Languages Printables WLW20 Power of Languages graphic: Letter WLW20 Power of Languages graphic: Legal WLW20 Stickers 2 x 4, set of 10 College, Career, and Civic Ready Posters WLW19 College Ready Poster WLW19 Career Ready Poster WLW19 Civic Ready Poster World Language Infographics WLW19 Power infographic Communicate...
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You’ve Passed All the Tests!

Dear Graduate: You’ve recently passed all the GED® tests? Congratulations on meeting the scoring requirements making you eligible to obtain a State of Nebraska Department of Education High School Diploma! Change of Address? Contact the GED® Testing Service to ask for an update to your account: 877-392-6433 and email your...
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