New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards

World Languages

World Languages Standard in Action

The World Languages Standard in Action documents were developed by a team of New Jersey world language educators.  The documents provide support for curriculum specialists and teachers in the design and implementation of curriculum that includes strong integration of technology applications aligned to the 2009 New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standard for World Languages.  There are a total of 15 World Languages Standard in Action documents that target the Novice-Mid through Intermediate-High proficiency levels. 

This project was supported through a Foreign Language Assistance Program (FLAP) grant that was awarded in 2005. A special thanks to the following world languages professionals for their contributions to the project: 

  1. Ericka Collado, West Orange Public Schools
  2. Janet Glass, Dwight-Englewood
  3. Marie-Laure Hoffman, Westfield Public Schools
  4. Glennysha Jurado-Moran, Edison Public Schools
  5. Priscilla Russel, Princeton Public Schools
  6. Melissa Sarracino, Summit Public Schools
  7. Martin Smith, Edison Public Schools
  8. Rosanne Zeppieri, West Windsor-Plainsboro Public Schools

Novice-Mid

K-5: Communities
K-5: Puppet Show
K-12: Sing a Song
6-8: Sports Safety
6-12: Travel Podcast
6-12: World Tourism Organization
9-12: Friends of Teen Arts

Novice-High

4-6: Going Green
5-8: School Life
6-12: Eco Tourism
6-12: Where We Live

Intermediate-Low

6-12: Career Awareness

Intermediate-Mid

10- 12: Kyoto Summit

Intermediate-High

10-12: Carbon Footprint
10-12: Careers