Step 2: Activating prior knowledge of IPA's through a Padlet room!
Step 3: Why IPA's and a definition via CARLA
Step 4: Connections that are made to World Readiness Standards, Can Do's, Common Core and Instructional Shifts through articles via ACTFL Language Educator. There were two examples based on readiness level.
Step 5: Look at the cyclical approach to IPA's as stated by Paul Sandrock and ACTFL.
Step 6: Review modes of communication and sort activities_ by the different modes.
Step 7: Watch a short video clip of assessment in action with a processing guide.
Step 8: Look at examples of different IPA's
Step 9: Explore resources to develop IPA's like authentic text, ACTFL rubrics, ACTFL planning templates, etc.
Step 10: Time to create, develop, and reflect!
Want to design your own IPA?
1. What is your targeted proficiency?
2. What will students do with the language within each mode of communication?
3. How will you provide feedback to students before they move onto the next task?
4. What tools will you use to assess learning and meaning?
5. Which AP Global theme can be aligned to topic?
6. What Can Do indicators will students be able to reach?
7. Which authentic materials will be used?
8. How will students decode text and comprehend?
Download a planning template here