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  • Standard Area - TECH: Learning Standards for Technology
    (see MST standards under Previous Standard Versions)
            • Performance Indicator - LOTE.ML.1.1.A.A:
              Students can comprehend language consisting of simple vocabulary and structures in face-to-face conversation with peers and familiar adults.
            • Performance Indicator - LOTE.ML.1.1.A.B:
              Students can comprehend the main idea of more extended conversations with some unfamiliar vocabulary and structures as well as cognates of English words.
            • Performance Indicator - LOTE.ML.1.1.A.C:
              Students can call upon repetition, rephrasing, and nonverbal cues to derive or convey meaning from a language other than English.
            • Performance Indicator - LOTE.ML.1.1.A.D:
              Students use appropriate strategies to initiate and engage in simple conversations with more fluent or native speakers of the same age group, familiar adults, and providers of common public services.
            • Performance Indicator - LOTE.ML.1.1.B.A:
              Students can comprehend messages and short conversations when listening to peers, familiar adults, and providers of public services either in face-to-face interactions or on the telephone.
            • Performance Indicator - LOTE.ML.1.1.B.B:
              Students can understand the main idea and some discrete information in television, radio, or live presentations.
            • Performance Indicator - LOTE.ML.1.1.B.C:
              Students can initiate and sustain conversations, face-to-face or on the phone, with native-speaking or more fluent individuals.
            • Performance Indicator - LOTE.ML.1.1.B.D:
              Students can select vocabulary appropriate to a range of topics, employ simple and complex sentences in present, past, and future time frames, and express details and nuances by using appropriate modifiers.
            • Performance Indicator - LOTE.ML.1.1.B.E:
              Students can exhibit spontaneity in their interactions, particularly when the topic is familiar, but often rely on familiar utterances.
            • Performance Indicator - LOTE.ML.1.1.B.F:
              Students can use repetition and circumlocution as well as gestures and other nonverbal cues to sustain conversation.
            • Performance Indicator - LOTE.ML.1.1.C.A:
              Students can understand standard speech delivered in most authentic settings.
            • Performance Indicator - LOTE.ML.1.1.C.B:
              Students can understand the main ideas and significant relevant details of extended discussions or presentations, and of recorded songs, feature programs on radio and television, movies, and other media designed for use by native speakers.
            • Performance Indicator - LOTE.ML.1.1.C.C:
              Students can draw on a wide range of language forms, vocabulary, idioms, and structures learned in class as well as those acquired through independent exposure to the language.
            • Performance Indicator - LOTE.ML.1.1.C.D:
              Students can comprehend subtler, nuanced details of meaning with some repetition and rephrasing.
            • Performance Indicator - LOTE.ML.1.1.C.E:
              Students can engage in extended discussions with native or fluent speakers on a broad range of topics that extend beyond their daily lives and are of general interest to the target cultures.
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