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 Performace
Description
 Domain  Level
 CCSD WL Speaking  CCSD WL Modes Interpersonal WL Proficiency NM 

 

NOVICE MID:

I can communicate on very familiar topics using a variety of words and phrases that I have practiced and memorized.

I can greet and leave people in a polite way.

· I can say hello and goodbye to someone my age or younger.

· I can say hello and goodbye to my teacher, professor, or supervisor. I can say hello and goodbye to an adult.

· I can say hello and goodbye to a person I do not know.

I can introduce myself and others.

·  I can introduce myself and provide basic personal information.

· I can introduce someone else. I can respond to an introduction.

I can answer a variety of simple questions.

· I can answer questions about what I like and dislike.

· I can answer questions about what I am doing and what I did.

· I can answer questions about where I’m going or where I went.

· I can answer questions about something I have learned.

I can make some simple statements in a conversation.

· I can tell someone what I am doing.

· I can say where I went. I can say whom I am going to see.

· I can express a positive reaction, such as “Great!”

I can ask some simple questions.

· I can ask who, what, when, where questions.

· I can ask questions about something that I am learning.

I can communicate basic information about myself and people I know.

· I can say my name and ask someone’s name.

· I can say or write something about the members of my family and ask about someone’s family.

· I can say or write something about friends and classmates or co-workers.

I can communicate some basic information about my everyday life.

· I can give times, dates, and weather information.

· I can talk about what I eat, learn, and do.

· I can talk about places I know. I can ask and understand how much something costs.

· I can tell someone the time and location of a community event.

 

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