Demonstrator 3. Instructional Strategies
All teachers implement instructional strategies that provide quality experiences, a variety of activities and access for all students.
a.) The target language is regularly used as the language of instruction and is made comprehensible through a variety of strategies (e.g., visuals, body language, objects, hands-on-experiences and technology).
b.) Students are regularly provided a variety of ways to experience and communicate in the three modes of communication (interpretive, interpersonal and presentational) in authentic cultural contexts.
c.) World language is regularly and intentionally integrated into the curriculum. Most students are provided opportunities to develop global competencies through engagement, inquiry, and reflection.
d.) Teachers regularly engage students in a variety of appropriate learning activities designed to meet individual needs and preferences.