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2nd Grade
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            Class Average
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          2nd Grade
          1. short, simple conversations on
          familiar topics

          2. when and where an event will take
          place

          3. classroom instructions without
          repetition
          4. familiar stories that follow a logical
          order

          5. a simple, original story enhanced by
          props and gestures

          6. simple, multi-step directions that are
          not accompanied by gestures and/or
          repetition
                                                          Listening




          7. the main idea and a few details from

             a. short conversations

             b. short presentations
             c. brief announcements made at school

            d. brief video presentations (ex.
          commercials, news, educational
          programs)

             e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s
          stories
          1. ask and answer simple questions (ex.
          who, what, when, where)

          2. identify the day, month or year

          3. identify members of the family

          4. provide simple descriptions of what
          people look like
                                                          Speaking
          5. respond to questions about feelings
          (happy, sad)                                  Speaking
          6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty,
          bathroom, school supplies)
          7. provide information that requires
          counting, like playing a board game,
          saying the score of a game, counting the
          number of people or items
          8. ask and say what something costs




          Fall




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          2nd Grade




          9. ask and give the time, date
          10. ask and give birth date, age and phone
          number
          11. ask and give home address
          12. ask about and describe family
          members, friends or teachers
          13. talk about himself/herself

          14. describe places (his/her bedroom,
          house, classroom, school)

          15. ask about and identify familiar things
          in a picture or story

          16. ask and respond to simple questions
          about dates, time, places, and events on
          schedules, posters or tickets

          17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math,
          science, social studies)

          18. ask for directions to a place

          19. tell someone how to get from one
          place to another, such as “go straight,”
                                                        Speaking Cont.




          “turn left,” or “turn right”
                                                        nt.
          20. tell where something is located, such
          as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle
          of”

          21. accept or reject an invitation to do
          something or go somewhere
          22. invite someone to do something or go
          somewhere

          23. make plans about where to go (ex. the
          store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
          restaurant) or when to meet
          24. order a meal
          25. make a purchase
          26. tell what he/she does during a
          weekend
          27. tell what happens at a particular kind
          of event (birthday party, sports event)

          28. tell about others’ like and dislikes

          29. tell about others’ free-time activities

          30. give biographical information about
          others (ex. family members or other
          people of interest))

          31. tell how to do something (ex. play a
          game, make food, solve a math problem)
          Fall




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          2nd Grade




          1. label some familiar things from
          home and school environments

          2. make lists (ex. family members,
          likes/dislikes, free-time activities

          3. write simple, structured sentences
          following a model
          4. fill out a form with name, address,
          phone number, birth date and nationality
                                                        Wr
5. fill out a schedule
6. make a to-do list                         Writing
7. describe family members, friends or
other people of interest

8. describe places (his/her bedroom,
house, classroom, school)
9. write about self
10. describe a typical weekend
11. describe what happens at a particular
kind of event

12. write a short handwritten message
1. decode by syllables

2. identify the message in common
environmental print (i.e., signs, boxes,
wrappers)

3. follow along on the page when a text
is being read aloud

4. read high frequency words for this
grade level

5. read sentences and short simple
paragraphs

6. read aloud grade level text with
appropriate speed, accuracy, and
                                             Reading




expression

7. identify in Spanish the characters,
setting, and problem/resolution in the
story

8. 8. identify verbally or nonverbally the
beginning, middle, and end of a text
(narrative and informational)

9. identify multiple facts in grade level
informational text

10. retell using important ideas/events
with supporting details in sequence
          Middle




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          2nd Grade
          1. short, simple conversations on
          familiar topics

          2. when and where an event will take
          place

          3. classroom instructions without
          repetition
          4. familiar stories that follow a logical
          order

          5. a simple, original story enhanced by
          props and gestures

          6. simple, multi-step directions that are
          not accompanied by gestures and/or
          repetition
                                                          Listening




          7. the main idea and a few details from

             a. short conversations

             b. short presentations
             c. brief announcements made at school

            d. brief video presentations (ex.
          commercials, news, educational
          programs)

             e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s
          stories
          1. ask and answer simple questions (ex.
          who, what, when, where)

          2. identify the day, month or year

          3. identify members of the family

          4. provide simple descriptions of what
          people look like
                                                          Speaking
          5. respond to questions about feelings
          (happy, sad)                                  Speaking
          6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty,
          bathroom, school supplies)

          7. provide information that requires
          counting, like playing a board game,
          saying the score of a game, counting the
          number of people or items
          8. ask and say what something costs




          Middle




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          2nd Grade




          9. ask and give the time, date

          10. ask and give birth date, age and phone
          number
          11. ask and give home address
          12. ask about and describe family
          members, friends or teachers
          13. talk about himself/herself

          14. describe places (his/her bedroom,
          house, classroom, school)
          15. ask about and identify familiar things
          in a picture or story

          16. ask and respond to simple questions
          about dates, time, places, and events on
          schedules, posters or tickets
          17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math,
          science, social studies)

          18. ask for directions to a place

          19. tell someone how to get from one
          place to another, such as “go straight,”
          “turn left,” or “turn right”
                                                        Speaking Cont.
                                                        Cont.
          20. tell where something is located, such
          as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle
          of”

          21. accept or reject an invitation to do
          something or go somewhere
          22. invite someone to do something or go
          somewhere

          23. make plans about where to go (ex. the
          store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
          restaurant) or when to meet

          24. order a meal

          25. make a purchase
          26. tell what he/she does during a
          weekend
          27. tell what happens at a particular kind
          of event (birthday party, sports event)

          28. tell about others’ like and dislikes

          29. tell about others’ free-time activities

          30. give biographical information about
          others (ex. family members or other
          people of interest))

          31. tell how to do something (ex. play a
          game, make food, solve a math problem)
          Middle




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          2nd Grade




          1. label some familiar things from
          home and school environments

          2. make lists (ex. family members,
          likes/dislikes, free-time activities

          3. write simple, structured sentences
          following a model
                                                        W
4. fill out a form with name, address,
phone number, birth date and nationality

5. fill out a schedule
6. make a to-do list
                                             Writing



7. describe family members, friends or
other people of interest

8. describe places (his/her bedroom,
house, classroom, school)
9. write about self
10. describe a typical weekend
11. describe what happens at a particular
kind of event
12. write a short handwritten message
1. decode by syllables

2. identify the message in common
environmental print (i.e., signs, boxes,
wrappers)

3. follow along on the page when a text
is being read aloud

4. read high frequency words for this
grade level

5. read sentences and short simple
paragraphs

6. read aloud grade level text with
appropriate speed, accuracy, and
                                             Reading




expression

7. identify in Spanish the characters,
setting, and problem/resolution in the
story

8. 8. identify verbally or nonverbally the
beginning, middle, and end of a text
(narrative and informational)

9. identify multiple facts in grade level
informational text

10. retell using important ideas/events
with supporting details in sequence
          End




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          2nd Grade
          1. short, simple conversations on
          familiar topics

          2. when and where an event will take
          place

          3. classroom instructions without
          repetition
          4. familiar stories that follow a logical
          order

          5. a simple, original story enhanced by
          props and gestures

          6. simple, multi-step directions that are
          not accompanied by gestures and/or
          repetition
                                                          Listening




          7. the main idea and a few details from

             a. short conversations

             b. short presentations
             c. brief announcements made at school

            d. brief video presentations (ex.
          commercials, news, educational
          programs)

             e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s
          stories
          1. ask and answer simple questions (ex.
          who, what, when, where)

          2. identify the day, month or year

          3. identify members of the family

          4. provide simple descriptions of what
          people look like
                                                          Speaking
          5. respond to questions about feelings
          (happy, sad)                                  Speaking
          6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty,
          bathroom, school supplies)

          7. provide information that requires
          counting, like playing a board game,
          saying the score of a game, counting the
          number of people or items
          8. ask and say what something costs




          End




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          2nd Grade




          9. ask and give the time, date

          10. ask and give birth date, age and phone
          number
          11. ask and give home address
          12. ask about and describe family
          members, friends or teachers
          13. talk about himself/herself

          14. describe places (his/her bedroom,
          house, classroom, school)
          15. ask about and identify familiar things
          in a picture or story

          16. ask and respond to simple questions
          about dates, time, places, and events on
          schedules, posters or tickets
          17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math,
          science, social studies)

          18. ask for directions to a place

          19. tell someone how to get from one
          place to another, such as “go straight,”
          “turn left,” or “turn right”
                                                        Speaking Cont.
                                                        Cont.
          20. tell where something is located, such
          as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle
          of”

          21. accept or reject an invitation to do
          something or go somewhere
          22. invite someone to do something or go
          somewhere

          23. make plans about where to go (ex. the
          store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
          restaurant) or when to meet

          24. order a meal

          25. make a purchase
          26. tell what he/she does during a
          weekend
          27. tell what happens at a particular kind
          of event (birthday party, sports event)

          28. tell about others’ like and dislikes

          29. tell about others’ free-time activities

          30. give biographical information about
          others (ex. family members or other
          people of interest))

          31. tell how to do something (ex. play a
          game, make food, solve a math problem)
          End




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          2nd Grade




          1. label some familiar things from
          home and school environments

          2. make lists (ex. family members,
          likes/dislikes, free-time activities

          3. write simple, structured sentences
          following a model
                                                        Writing
4. fill out a form with name, address,

                                             Writing
phone number, birth date and nationality

5. fill out a schedule
6. make a to-do list

7. describe family members, friends or
other people of interest

8. describe places (his/her bedroom,
house, classroom, school)
9. write about self
10. describe a typical weekend
11. describe what happens at a particular
kind of event
12. write a short handwritten message
1. decode by syllables

2. identify the message in common
                                             Reading




environmental print (i.e., signs, boxes,
wrappers)

3. follow along on the page when a text
is being read aloud

4. read high frequency words for this
grade level

5. read sentences and short simple
paragraphs

6. read aloud grade level text with
appropriate speed, accuracy, and
expression

7. identify in Spanish the characters,
setting, and problem/resolution in the
story

8. 8. identify verbally or nonverbally the
beginning, middle, and end of a text
(narrative and informational)

9. identify multiple facts in grade level
informational text

10. retell using important ideas/events
with supporting details in sequence
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                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
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                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
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                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
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                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
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                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
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                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 3
                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
name 4
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 4
                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
name 5
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 5
                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
name 6
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 6
                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
name 7
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 7
                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
name 8
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 8
                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
name 9
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 9
                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
name 10
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 10
                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
name 11
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 11
                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
name 12
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 12
                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
name 13
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 13
                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
name 14
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 14
                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
name 15
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 15
                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
name 16
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 16
                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
name 17
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 17
                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
name 18
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 18
                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
name 19
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                      C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                      Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                                Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                          End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G     C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G     C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
               30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
               interest))
               31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 19
                                                Utah Dual Immersion Program
                   Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.

                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
End of Year
 C, WH, G




End of Year
 C, WH, G
ed)

End of Year

 C, WH, G




End of Year

 C, WH, G




optional
name 20
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 20
                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
name 21
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                      C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                      Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                                Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                          End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G     C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G     C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
               30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
               interest))
               31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 21
                                                Utah Dual Immersion Program
                   Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.

                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
End of Year
 C, WH, G




End of Year
 C, WH, G
ed)

End of Year

 C, WH, G




End of Year

 C, WH, G




optional
name 22
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 22
                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
name 23
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 23
                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
name 24
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                      C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                      Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                                Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                          End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G     C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G     C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
               30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
               interest))
               31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 24
                                                Utah Dual Immersion Program
                   Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.

                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
End of Year
 C, WH, G




End of Year
 C, WH, G
ed)

End of Year

 C, WH, G




End of Year

 C, WH, G




optional
name 25
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 25
                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
name 26
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 26
                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
name 27
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 27
                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
name 28
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                      C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                      Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                                Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                          End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G     C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G     C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
               30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
               interest))
               31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 28
                                                Utah Dual Immersion Program
                   Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.

                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
End of Year
 C, WH, G




End of Year
 C, WH, G
ed)

End of Year

 C, WH, G




End of Year

 C, WH, G




optional
name 29
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                     C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G    C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
                    30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
                    interest))
                    31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 29
                                               Utah Dual Immersion Program
                  Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.


                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
name 30
                                                      Utah Dual Immersion Program
                                Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                      C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                      Fall      Interim
                                                          Listening                                                Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                          End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                 C, WH, G    C, WH, G     C, WH, G
                    1. short, simple conversations
                    2. when and where an event will take place
 Novice High




                    3. classroom instructions without repetition

                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                          Speaking                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                         C, WH, G    C, WH, G     C, WH, G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
                    27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
                    28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
                    29. tell about others’ free-time activities
               30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
               interest))
               31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
name 30
                                                Utah Dual Immersion Program
                   Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                  C = Can do this    WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                       Writing                                                  Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
               1. label some familiar things from home and school environments
               2. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
 Novie-Mid




               3. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               4. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               5. fill out a schedule
               6. make a to-do list
               7. describe family members, friends or other people of interest
               8. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
 Novice High




               9. write about self
               10. describe a typical weekend
               11. describe what happens at a particular kind of event
               12. write a short handwritten message
                                                                                                                Fall      Interim
                                                       Reading                                               Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                    End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                         C, WH, G       C, WH, G       C, WH, G
1. point to a familiar character when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.

                                                                                                                *The interim conference is optional
End of Year
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Student Name:
                                                     Utah Dual Immersion Program
                               Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade
                                                    C = Can do this   WH = Can do this with help    G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                     Fall      Interim
                                                        Listening                                                 Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                         End of Year
On familiar topics, the student demonstrates understanding of....                                                C   WH   G   C   WH   G   C   WH   G
                    1. short, simple conversations
 Novice High




                    2. when and where an event will take place
                    3. classroom instructions without repetition
                    4. familiar stories that follow a logical order
                    5. a simple, original story enhanced by props and gestures
                    6. simple, multi-step directions that are not accompanied by gestures and/or repetition
 Intermediate Low




                    7. the main idea and a few details from
                       a. short conversations
                       b. short presentations
                       c. brief announcements made at school
                       d. brief video presentations (ex. commercials, news, educational programs)
                       e. folk or fairy tales or other children’s stories
                                                                                                                    Fall      Interim
                                                        Speaking                                                 Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                        End of Year

On familiar topics, the student can . . .                                                                        C   WH   G   C   WH   G   C   WH   G
                    1. ask and answer simple questions (ex. who, what, when, where)
                    2. identify the day, month or year
                    3. identify members of the family
                    4. provide simple descriptions of what people look like
 Novice Mid




                    5. respond to questions about feelings (happy, sad)
                    6. express needs (hungry, cold, thirsty, bathroom, school supplies)
                    7. provide information that requires counting, like playing a board game, saying the score
                    of a game, counting the number of people or items
                    8. ask and say what something costs
                    9. ask and give the time, date
                    10. ask and give birth date, age and phone number
                    11. ask and give home address
                    12. ask about and describe family members, friends or teachers
                    13. talk about himself/herself
                    14. describe places (his/her bedroom, house, classroom, school)
                    15. ask about and identify familiar things in a picture or story
                    16. ask and respond to simple questions about dates, time, places, and events on
                    schedules, posters or tickets
                    17. interpret a graph (ex. related to math, science, social studies)
                    18. ask for directions to a place
                    19. tell someone how to get from one place to another, such as “go straight,” “turn left,”
                    or “turn right”
 Novice High




                    20. tell where something is located, such as “next to,” “across from,” “in the middle of”
                    21. accept or reject an invitation to do something or go somewhere
                    22. invite someone to do something or go somewhere
                    23. make plans about where to go (ex. the store, the movie theatre, a concert, a
                    restaurant) or when to meet
                    24. order a meal
                    25. make a purchase
                    26. tell what he/she does during a weekend
 Novice High




               27. tell what happens at a particular kind of event (birthday party, sports event)
               28. tell about others’ like and dislikes
               29. tell about others’ free-time activities
               30. give biographical information about others (ex. family members or other people of
               interest))
               31. tell how to do something (ex. play a game, make food, solve a math problem)
Student Name:
                                                Utah Dual Immersion Program
                   Teacher Observation Checklist for Spanish Language Development - 2nd Grade (continued)
                                                    C = Can do this     WH = Can do this with help   G = This is a goal
                                                                                                                      Fall      Interim
                                                         Writing                                                   Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                          End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                           C   WH    G    C   WH     G    C   WH     G
               1. write characters that are dictated
 NL




               2. write words that are dictated
               3. label some familiar things from home and school environments
 Novie-Mid




               4. make lists (ex. Family members, likes/dislikes, free-time activities)
               5. write simple, structured sentences following a model
               6. fill out a form with name, address, phone number, birth date and nationality
               7. make a to-do list
                                                                                                                   Fall      Interim
                                                         Reading                                                Conference Conference*
                                                                                                                                       End of Year

The student can . . .                                                                                           C   WH    G    C   WH     G    C   WH     G
1. point to a familiar character with when it is sounded
2. associate words with their image/action
3. identify days of the week and months of the year
4. identify familiar words (ex. family, classroom objects, colors)
5. follow along on the page when something familiar is being read aloud
6. understand simple written messages, directions, to-do lists, etc.
7. understand simple written descriptions about people, places and things
8. understand written descriptions about things he/she has learned
9. recognize words on a list of a familiar topic (to-do, shopping, school subjects, planets, countries,
musical instruments)
10. recognize words and some phrases in everyday situations related to school, home, daily routine.
                                                                                                                    *The interim conference is optional

				
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