The fundamental purpose of world language instruction is to enable students to communicate in a new language in a culturally appropriate way. The linguistic and cultural insights that come from world language study are essential for citizens in the global community and marketplace.
Maryland's Seal of Biliteracy
2016-2017 World Languages Enrollment Report
The World-Readiness Standards for Learning LanguagesHow do World Language Standards align to the Common Core?What do language learners need to do to function as a specific level of proficiency?What key instructional shifts are occurring in Maryland world language classrooms?World language elementary curriculum STEM modules are available here.Bonnie PechulisSpecialist, World Languages and ESOLPhone: 410-767-0331Fax: 410-333-1146Email:
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