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   Michigan Department of Energy, Labor and Economic GrowthDivision of Lifelong Learning - Office of Adult LearningEnglish as a econd Language !urriculum ramewor# for AdultsLevel $E L%&Low 'ntermediate EL CASAS:   201-210  trand A&ListeningListening !ontent tandardtudents will become increasingly able to understand the spo#en word from a variety of Englishspea#ers in diverse situations( )enchmar#sOn e*it of this level, the student is able to&ApplicationsE*amples of +owhere tudents May .se /his #illin Life or or#  4.1.1 Demonstrate understanding of simple questions and answers, statements, and face-to-face conersations in standard dialect. ã !se asic greetings and introductions. ã #et information and respond to small tal$. ã C%ec$ out at a store. ã Answer questions in a doctor&s office.4.1.2 'ecogni(e asic grammar conentions in order to gain understanding. ã !nderstand er tense in questions as$ed suc% as in a parent)teac%er communication, a restaurant, or on t%e *o . ã +ollow sequential instructions: in t%e wor$place, in t%e classroom, from a doctor.nglis% as a Second anguage ow ntermediate Curriculum +ramewor$ 1 of 4  Michigan Department of Energy, Labor and Economic GrowthDivision of Lifelong Learning - Office of Adult LearningEnglish as a econd Language !urriculum ramewor# for AdultsLevel $E L%&Low 'ntermediate EL CASAS:   201-210 trand )&pea#ingpea#ing !ontent tandardtudents will become increasingly able to e*press themselves orally using English in the home,community, and wor#place( )enchmar#sOn e*it of this level, the student is able to&ApplicationsE*amples of +owhere tudents May .se /his #illin Life or or#  4.2.1 /articipate in simple face-to-face conersations dealing wit% asic surial needs and minimum courtes requirements, demonstrating some culturalawareness. ã As$ for directions. ã #ie directions. ã #ie information. ã 'equest information in a supermar$et, mall or on t%e *o . ã %an$ a friend for a gift. ã #reet someone appropriatel ot% formall and informall.4.2.2As$ and answer questions in simple  present, past, and future tenses on familiar topics. ã al$ a out famil. ã al$ a out *o . ã al$ a out personal interests. ã 'espond to simple questions in a *o interiew. ã As$ simple questions in a *o interiew.4.2./articipate in small group discussions.  ã al$ a out a trip. ã Descri e famil. ã al$ a out feelings. ã Communicate on wor$-related topics. ã Discuss weat%er. ã Contri ute in cooperatie learning actiities.4.2.4 Descri e a sequence of eents from t%e  past on a topic related to %is)%er personal lies. ã Descri e %is)%er arrial in t%e !nited States. ã Descri e medical %istor. ã Descri e a c%ild%ood eent. ã Descri e a related wor$ e3perience.4.2. As$ and respond to questions using learned p%rases. ã Contri ute to small tal$ in a social situation andin t%e wor$place. ã #ie name, address, and place of irt%.4.2.5 Demonstrate some control of asic grammar conentions. ã +orm questions and statements. ã !se correct pronouns in class discussion. ã !se correct person, tense, and word order w%enas$ing questions. ã !se some self-correction of su *ect-er agreement and form questions using er agreement.nglis% as a Second anguage ow ntermediate Curriculum +ramewor$ 2 of 4  Michigan Department of Energy, Labor and Economic GrowthDivision of Lifelong Learning - Office of Adult LearningEnglish as a econd Language !urriculum ramewor# for AdultsLevel $E L%&Low 'ntermediate EL CASAS:   201-210 trand !&0eading0eading !ontent tandardtudents will become increasingly able to read the written word with fluency and comprehension( )enchmar#sOn e*it of this level, the student is able to&ApplicationsE*amples of +owhere tudents May .se /his #illin Life or or#  4..1 nterpret simplified s%ort narratie and descriptie passages on familiar topics. ã 'ead a simple article in a maga(ine or newspaper. ã a$e a written test. ã 'ead wor$place and emploment manuals. ã 'espond to reading compre%ension actiities using t%e  6s.4..2 nterpret simple narratie and descriptie  passages on unfamiliar topics if material includes isuals or ot%er aids t%at orient students to t%e passages. ã 'ead a lesson in American %istor from a leel appropriate S %istor oo$. ã 'ead descriptions in a museum or at an e3%i it. ã 'ead a out t%e American wor$force.4.. Scan for specific information in simple life-s$ill materials related to immediate needs. ã 'ead a medical la el. ã 'ead an apartment ad and understand asic a reiations. ã +ollow a us sc%edule. ã +ind a coupon in t%e paper. ã 'ead fine print for e3ceptions in an adertisement. ã Scan for information. ã 'ead and understand simple maps and grap%s. ã 'ead safet signs at wor$.4..4Scan for specific information in *o s$ills.  ã 'espond to emploment ads. ã !se tec%nolog to researc% and locate *o s.4..nterpret simple newspaper %eadlines on familiar topics. ã +ind a related articlenglis% as a Second anguage ow ntermediate Curriculum +ramewor$  of 4  Michigan Department of Energy, Labor and Economic GrowthDivision of Lifelong Learning - Office of Adult LearningEnglish as a econd Language !urriculum ramewor# for AdultsLevel $E L%&Low 'ntermediate EL CASAS:   201-210  trand D&ritingriting !ontent tandardtudents will become increasingly able to e*press themselves in written English using clear andgrammatically correct structures( )enchmar#sOn e*it of this level, the student is able to&ApplicationsE*amples of +owhere tudents May .se /his #illin Life or or#  4.4.16rite related sentences to form paragrap%s on a topic. ã Com ine sentences into paragrap% form. ã 6rite a paragrap% a out famil. ã 6rite a out a acation. ã 6rite a t%an$-ou note. ã 6rite a *ournal entr.4.4.2Complete simple forms.  ã +ill out a *o application. ã Appl for a drier&s license. ã Appl for a li rar card. ã +ill out sc%ool forms. ã +ill out a rental application. ã Complete a medical form. ã Complete a 64 form.4.4.7a$e use of tec%nolog in writing.  ã nter information into a computeri(ed data ase, suc% as: restaurant, %air salon, auto repair s%op or retail store. ã Compose a s%ort essa. ã 6rite a simple log. ã Complete a *o application on-line.nglis% as a Second anguage ow ntermediate Curriculum +ramewor$ 4 of 4

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