« December 2017 »
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
26
27
28
29
30
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
1
2
3
4
5
6

 

World Language
Welcome to the World Language department ofáTenaflyáHigh School! áStudents atáTHSástudy French, Italian, Mandarin Chinese, and Spanish. áAll students are encouraged to reach their highest proficiency in their language of study as they aim to understand global cultures.​

***HS Seniors/Juniors:á NJ Seal of Biliteracy Preliminary Registration Document
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1eANMLkmjhcJwJpfNTM4-Qu-a70-W99DA0jF71IKSTAE/edit​



Faculty News
THSáwelcomes three new faculty members in the World Language department this year. áMr. MichaeláVicchioáwill teach Italian I, II, II Honors, and III CPA. áMs. Melanie Costello will teach Spanish I and II CPA. áMs.áRosindaáRibauáwill teach Spanish II and III CPA and IIáCPB. á

2017 Advanced Placement Scores
TenaflyáHigh School is proud to announce the Advanced Placement results for the Mayá2017 exams.áá100%áof all students who took the AP World Language exams achieved a score of '3' or higher. á100%áof students who took the AP Japanese test scored a '5' andá82%áof students who took the AP Spanish test scored a '5'. áThe average scores in each language were:ááFrench: á4.4, Italian: á4.5, Japanese: á5.0, Spanish: á4.8, and Chinese: á4.0.ááTHSácelebratesáthe rigor that is offered in these sequences and thanks the teachers for their hard work and dedication, which result in excellent scores. á áá

**NJ Seal of Biliteracy Pilot Assessment Information for Junior and Seniors**

Seniors who wish to achieve the NJ Seal of Biliteracyámay take the assessment in December 2017. áThe assessment will take place during unit lunch. áMore information will follow in the coming months. á11th graders will have the opportunity to sit for the assessment in February 2018. áStudents should see their World Language teacher for information. á

Important Questions:
1. áWhat is the NJ Seal of Biliteracy?

NJ Seal of Biliteracyáis a distinction that students achieve by demonstrating that they are able to speak, read, listen and write in two or more languages at a high level of proficiency.

2. áWhat is the purpose of the NJ Seal of Biliteracy?

The Seal of Biliteracy seeks to:

  • Encourage students to study languages
  • Certify attainment of biliteracy
  • Provide employers with a method of identifying people with language and biliteracy skills
  • Provide universities with a method to recognize and award academic credit to applicants seeking admission
  • Prepare students with 21st century skills
  • Recognize and promote second language instruction in public schools
  • Strengthen intergroup relationships, affirm the value of diversity, and honor the multiple cultures and language of a community
3. áWhat are the requirements to gain the NJ Seal of Biliteracy?​

In order for students to be eligible to receive the Seal of Biliteracy, they must meet certain criteria:

  • Students must demonstrate a proficiency level of Intermediate Mid in a World Language.
  • Students must demonstrate proficiency in English by meeting State high school graduation requirements in English or its alternatives, including through State ELA assessments.

4. áWhen will the pilot assessment take place and what assessment will students take? á
Students will take the STAMP 4S assessment over 4 lunch periods in December and February. á á


áThe New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standard for World Languages:
7.1 World LanguagesáAll students will be able to use a world language in addition to English to engage in meaningful conversation, to understand and interpret spoken and written language, and to present information, concepts, and ideas, while also gaining an understanding of the perspectives of other cultures. Through language study, they will make connections with other content areas, compare the language and culture studied with their own, and participate in home and global communities.
á
Web Pages
Announcements
Appeals
 Students who wish to appeal their course level recommendation for 2014-15 courses should download the form in 'files' below and submit to their teacher by February 19, 2014.  
Important notice regarding browsers for On-line textbooks
 When accessing on-line versions of Bon Voyage and Buen Viaje, Internet Explorer and Firefox are the supported browsers on a PC (NOT Google Chrome).  For Macs, you must download certain PDF readers before the text will open.  
Files
 on-line access codes 2014-15 Bon Voyage Buen Viaje.docx
Access codes for on-line editions of Bon Voyage and Buen Viaje texts
 Buen Viaje I Listening
Audio files for Buen Viaje I
 Buen Viaje 2
Buen Viaje II Course Files
 Buen Viaje 3
Buen Viaje III Course Files
 Buen Viaje 1
Buen Viaje I Course Files
 Spanish 2H Summer work-grammar.pdf
Summer assignment for students going into Spanish 2H
 Spanish 2H Summer assignment-reading.pdf
All students going into Spanish 2H need to complete this summer reading assignment.
Contacts
No "Contacts" exist(s)

Site Map | Privacy Policy | View "printer-friendly" page | Login   In Japanese  In Korean  En français  Auf Deutsch  In italiano   No português  En español  In Russian  
Site powered by SchoolFusion.com © 2017 - Educational website content management