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					Grade        Division                      Category
 05     Japanese 5 to 12   Acquiring Information
 05     Japanese 5 to 12   Acquiring Information
 05     Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
 05     Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
 05     Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
 05     Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
 05     Japanese 5 to 12   Experiencing Creative Works
 05     Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
 05     Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
 05     Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
 06     Japanese 5 to 12   Acquiring Information
 06     Japanese 5 to 12   Acquiring Information
 06     Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
 06     Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
 06     Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
 06     Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
 06     Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
 06     Japanese 5 to 12   Experiencing Creative Works
 06     Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
 06     Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
 07     Japanese 5 to 12   Acquiring Information
 07     Japanese 5 to 12   Acquiring Information
 07     Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
 07     Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
 07     Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
 07     Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
 07     Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
 07     Japanese 5 to 12   Experiencing Creative Works
 07     Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
 07     Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
 08     Japanese 5 to 12   Acquiring Information
 08     Japanese 5 to 12   Acquiring Information
 08     Japanese 5 to 12   Acquiring Information
 08     Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
 08     Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
 08     Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
 08     Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
 08     Japanese 5 to 12   Experiencing Creative Works
 08     Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
 08     Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
 08     Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
 09     Japanese 5 to 12   Acquiring Information
 09     Japanese 5 to 12   Acquiring Information
 09     Japanese 5 to 12   Acquiring Information
 09     Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
09   Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
09   Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
09   Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
09   Japanese 5 to 12   Experiencing Creative Works
09   Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
09   Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
10   Japanese 5 to 12   Acquiring Information
10   Japanese 5 to 12   Acquiring Information
10   Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
10   Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
10   Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
10   Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
10   Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
10   Japanese 5 to 12   Experiencing Creative Works
10   Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
10   Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
10   Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
11   Japanese 5 to 12   Acquiring Information
11   Japanese 5 to 12   Acquiring Information
11   Japanese 5 to 12   Acquiring Information
11   Japanese 5 to 12   Acquiring Information
11   Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
11   Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
11   Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
11   Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
11   Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
11   Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
11   Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
11   Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
11   Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
11   Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
11   Japanese 5 to 12   Experiencing Creative Works
11   Japanese 5 to 12   Experiencing Creative Works
11   Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
11   Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
11   Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
11   Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
11   Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
11   Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
11   Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
11   Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
12   Japanese 5 to 12   Acquiring Information
12   Japanese 5 to 12   Acquiring Information
12   Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
12   Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
12   Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
12   Japanese 5 to 12   Communicating
12   Japanese 5 to 12   Experiencing Creative Works
12   Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
12   Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
12   Japanese 5 to 12   Understanding Culture and Society
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convey acquired information in oral and visual forms, and to some extent in writing using some words and short phrases in rom
locate information from age-appropriate Japanese-language resources to complete authentic tasks
ask and respond to simple questions
communicate information orally with brief and simple messages
respond to simple classroom instructions
use basic greetings
view and listen to creative works with visual and contextual support, and respond to them in various ways
identify and demonstrate an understanding of some cultural elements of Japan
identify elements of their own and their classmates’ cultural backgrounds
identify key vocabulary related to some characteristics of Japanese culture and society
convey acquired information in oral and visual forms, and to some extent in writing using some words and short phrases in rom
locate information from age-appropriate Japanese-language resources to complete authentic tasks
ask and respond to simple questions
demonstrate awareness of the various Japanese writing systems
exchange information orally and in romaji with brief and simple messages
make and respond to simple requests
respond to and participate in classroom routines
view and listen to creative works with visual and contextual support, and respond to them in various ways
compare some cultural elements of Japan to those of their own cultural backgrounds
identify some characteristics of Japanese culture and society
convey acquired information in oral and visual forms, and to some extent in writing using some words and short phrases in rom
locate and to some extent use specific information from age-appropriate Japanese-language resources to complete authentic t
ask and respond to simple questions using common sentence patterns (desu)
demonstrate a willingness to experiment with hiragana and katakana to communicate basic information
express preferences and interests
participate in classroom activities
respond to and give simple instructions
view and listen to creative works with visual and contextual support, and respond to them in various ways
demonstrate an understanding of similarities between Japanese culture and their own cultures
demonstrate an understanding of the basic characteristics of Japanese daily life
convey acquired information in oral and visual forms, and in writing using hiragana and some katakana
identify hiragana and katakana language items when encountered in Japanese resources
locate and to some extent use specific information from age-appropriate Japanese-language resources to complete authentic t
ask and respond to a variety of questions
exchange information orally
express simple information related to daily life using a limited number of words in hiragana and katakana
participate in familiar activities
view, listen to, and to some extent read creative works with visual and contextual support, and respond to them in various ways
compare Japanese culture with their own cultures
demonstrate an understanding of Japanese cultural contributions to Canada
demonstrate awareness of characteristics relating to Japanese customs and traditions
convey acquired information in oral and visual forms, and in writing using hiragana and some katakana
locate and process information from age-appropriate Japanese-language resources to complete authentic tasks
record hiragana and katakana language items in logical categories
ask for and give simple information and assistance
express basic information using hiragana and some katakana
initiate and maintain short conversations about personal interests
participate in a variety of familiar situations drawn from real life
view, listen to, and read creative works, and respond to them in various ways
compare Japanese culture with other cultures
demonstrate knowledge of basic concepts and terms that characterize Japanese culture and society
convey acquired information in oral and visual forms, and in writing using hiragana and katakana
process information from age-appropriate Japanese-language resources to complete authentic tasks
communicate needs, desires, and emotions appropriately
describe events and experiences in logical progression
exchange information orally and in writing using hiragana and katakana
introduce themselves and family members using appropriate relationship terms
participate in a variety of familiar situations drawn from real life
view, listen to, and read creative works, and respond to them in various ways
demonstrate knowledge of basic concepts and terms that characterize Japanese culture and society
discuss how cultural perceptions affect language and customs
identify cultural content in Japanese-language resources
convey acquired information in oral and visual forms, and in writing using hiragana, katakana, and some kanji
convey acquired information in oral and visual forms, and in writing using hiragana and katakana
locate, process, and adapt information from age-appropriate Japanese-language resources to complete authentic tasks
use relevant information from a variety of age-appropriate Japanese-language resources to complete authentic tasks
communicate needs, desires, and emotions appropriately
describe events and experiences in logical progression
describe or narrate events, situations, or experiences with some supporting detail
exchange ideas and opinions using both semiformal (masu / desu) and informal / plain forms
exchange information on familiar topics, using hiragana, katakana, and some kanji in familiar Japanese linguistic patterns
exchange information orally and in writing using hiragana and katakana
interact in a variety of communicative situations drawn from real life
introduce themselves and family members using appropriate relationship terms
participate in a variety of familiar situations drawn from real life
participate in classroom activities using progressively more complex Japanese
view, listen to, and read creative works, and respond to them in various ways
view, listen to, and to some extent read creative works, and respond to them in various ways
analyse similarities and differences between Japanese culture and their own cultures
compare Japanese culture with their own and other cultures
demonstrate knowledge and basic concepts and terms that characterize Japanese culture and society
demonstrate understanding of Japanese contributions to Canada
discuss how cultural perceptions affect language and customs
employ various culturally specific Japanese manners and gestures
identify cultural content in Japanese-language resources
identify the characteristics of gender, age, relationships, situations, and occupations that effect the use of language in Japanese
convey acquired information in oral, visual, and written forms
research, analyse, and synthesize relevant information from several Japanese-language sources to complete authentic tasks
exchange detailed information on familiar topics and interests using specified kanji
express plans, goals, and intentions
give information and reasons to support points of view on various topics
interact in a range of social and learning contexts
view, listen to, and read creative works, and respond to them in various ways
adapt language to suit cultural context
analyse cultural elements represented in a variety of Japanese-language resources
demonstrate effective and culturally appropriate manners and behaviours in a variety of social and business settings
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