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The language proficiency targets indicate what students are expected to do with the language at the end of each course in terms of producing language (speaking and writing), understanding language (listening and reading), and interacting with others in the language. Proficiency targets for each language are based on the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) Proficiency Guidelines. 

Click on each of the headings for details on the target skills for each level. 

Level

WL Interpersonal
Interpersonal Communication

WL Speaking
Presentational
Speaking

WL Writing 
Presentational
Writing

WL Listening
Interpretive
Listening

WL Reading 
Interpretive
Reading

Level I

Novice
High
Novice
High
Novice
High
Novice 
High
Intermediate
Low

Level II

Intermediate 
Low
Intermediate 
Low
Intermediate 
Low
Intermediate 
Low
Intermediate
Mid (-)

Level III

Intermediate 
Mid (-)
Intermediate 
Mid (-)
Intermediate 
Mid (-)
Intermediate 
Mid (-)
Intermediate 
Mid

Level IV

Intermediate 
Mid
Intermediate 
Mid
Intermediate 
Mid
Intermediate 
Mid
Intermediate
High (-)

Level V - VIII

Intermediate
High (-) to
Advanced Low
Intermediate 
High (-) to 
Advanced Low
Intermediate 
High (-) to 
Advanced Low
Intermediate 
High (-) to 
Advanced Low
Intermediate 
High to 
Advanced Low

Learn more about ACTFL's Language Proficiency Guidelines and the NCSSFL-ACTFL Global CAN-DO Benchmark Statements.

 

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