European Language Portfolio - Junior Version by CiLT The National Centre for LanguagesPrintable Language Biography where students can track their own learning accomplishments and goals.
CUSD Spanish Language Objectives & Self Reflections
How I learn languages - Spanish
I use a game or rhyme to help me remember words.
I learn several words or phrases in a given time.
I say words to a rap or a beat.
I ask someone to speak more slowly.
I use a gesture or mime to show I understand.
I think of something funny to remind me of a word.
I work with a friend to make up a role play or sketch.
I look at the face of the person speaking to me and listen attentively.
I record myself to hear whether my pronunciation is good.
I practice new words by saying them under my breath.
I can understand the teacher’s instructions.
I can do actions to a story or poem as I hear it.
I can play “Simon Says”.
I can understand questions about myself.
I can understand a range of different stories.
I can follow someone else’s conversation.
I can act out the meaning of sentences.
I can follow a short story.
I can match words which I hear with pictures.
I can recognize important words in a story or song.
I can count from 1-10.
I can sing a song.
I can say a rhyme.
I can name the colors.
I can say the days of the week.
I can say the months.
I can name some foods.
I can name some animals.
I can say the alphabet.
I can name objects in the classroom.
I can count from 20-100.
I can count from 10-20.
I can act in a sketch (skit).
I can read a poem.
I can read an e-mail message.
I can read the names of some objects.
I can read a post card.
I can read a short dialogue.
I can read a short story.
I can write a post card.
I can write my name, age and where I live.
I can write an email message.
I can label objects.
I can write a short dialogue.
(CiLT The National Centre for Languages;
European Language Portfolio, Junior Version)