M/J Japanese Intermediate introduces students to the target language and its culture. Students will learn beginning skills in listening and speaking and an introduction to basic skills in reading and writing. Also, culture, connections, comparisons, and communities are included in this one-year course.
This course shall integrate the Goal 3 Student Performance Standards of the Florida System of School Improvement and Accountability as appropriate to the content and processes of the subject matter. It also must reflect appropriate Next Generation Sunshine State Standards benchmarks and Florida Standards for English language arts and mathematics.
Special Note. Course content requirements for the two-course sequence M/J Japanese Beginning (0711000) and Intermediate (0711010) are equivalent to Japanese 1 (0712300). Course content requirements for the three-course sequence that includes M/J Japanese Beginning (0711000), Intermediate (0711010), and Advanced (0711020) may be equivalent to the two-course sequence Japanese 1 (0712300) and Japanese 2 (0712310).
It is each district’s school board’s responsibility to determine high school world languages placement policies for those students who complete the M/J Japanese sequences in middle school. The standards and benchmarks listed for this course are aligned with the expected levels of language proficiency, rather than grade levels.
Course Number: 0711010
Abbreviated Title: M/J JAPANESE INTERM
Course Level: 2
Course Status: Course Approved
Grade Level(s): 6,7,8
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