LSRW curriculum aid for traditional Tamil school
Using the syllabus partially for specific skills like LSRW for various proficiency levels.
Need for LSRW skills, proficiency levels and preparing students for standardized assessments towards attaining Seal of Biliteracy in 49 of the 50 US states.300+ Tamil Schools in various US states and hundreds more in various European countries use various traditional paper/printed books based Reading/Writing skills focused models. Listening and Speaking cannot be managed on paper and it needs to be managed digitally.
MNTS Syllabus is structured based on ACTFL and CEFR proficiency levels and fully aligned to ACTFL Tamil National standards. Each level caters to NCSSFL can-do statements and learning targets from proficiency levels. Any established Tamil school or teacher can make use of Listening/Speaking content as additional learning material to prepare the students for standardized assessments. Anyone can make use of any specific skills and there is no affiliation or registration required, we share entire syllabus content on creative common principles to use fully or partially.
Anonymous option: Entire 10 year syllabus as online PDF anytime to use: https://www.mntamilschool.org/curriculum/. Entire syllabus as interactive content and ability to print individual pages login as guest at https://openlms.mntamilschool.org/.
Interpretive Listening: Listening as interpretive uses the IPA (Integrated Performance Assessment) template for Basic 3 and Units 1 to 18. Uses realworld authentic audio/video as examples.
Speaking: Interpersonal Listening/Speaking scenarios for all levels and also presentational speaking mode scenarios for all levels.
Interpretive Reading: Reading as interpretive uses the IPA (Integrated Performance Assessment) template for Basic 3 and Units 1 to 18. Uses realworld authentic text as examples.
Writing: Presentational writing for various scenarios for all levels.
Assessments: Teachers need to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for LSRW assessment for any end of semester assessments. This will be shared one time for each semester on good faith and teachers can update that going forward.