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World LanguagesCodingCoding ExampleWorld LanguagesCodingCoding ExampleWorld LanguagesCodingCoding ExampleWorld LanguagesCodingCoding Example
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Active negotiation of meaning among individualsActive negotiation of meaning between programmer and computerUse syntax vocabulary correctly to make programmatic statementsInterpretation of what the author, speaker, or producer wants the receiver of the message to understandInterpretation of what the code/program wants the computer to doDecipher code to communicate a code's purpose and intentionCreation of messages to inform, explain, persuade, or narrateCreate platforms and pathways to Inform, explain, persuade, or narrate the code, its purpose, and its effectShare the code in various ways for various audiencesIdentify connections between target language and another content area using either English or the target language.Identiy connections between target coding language and other content areas using English or other forms of communication/expression.Show code utilization to produce end product.
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Participants observe and monitor one another to see how their meanings and intentions are being communicatedProgrammer uses language appropriate syntax and monitors computer feedback effectivelyDevelop a code using Swift and monitor successes and errors One-way communication with no recourse to the active negotiation of meaning with the writer, speaker, or producerOne-way communication with no recourse to the active negotiation of meaning with the program and programmerProvide feedback to a programmer about a program's code and intentionOne-way communication intended to facilitate interpretation by members of the other culture where no direct opportunity for the active negotiation of meaning between members of the two cultures existsOne-way communication intended to facilitate interpretation by members of the other culture where no direct opportunity for the active negotiation of meaning between members of the two cultures existsUsing an empathy model/approach to determine the needs and desires of the users of the codeUse their knowledge of the target language to identify and make connections with specialized vocabulary used in various fields of study.Ues knowledge of target coding language to identify and make connections with specialized vocabulary used in various fields of study.Write and share code that improves or modifies an existing application to streamline a process.
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Adjustments and clarifications are made accordinglyAdjustments and clarifications are made accordinglyReviewing, evaluating, and developing strategies to improve the programInterpretation differs from comprehension and translation in that interpretation implies the ability to read (or listen or view) “between the lines,” including understanding from within the cultural mindset or perspectiveRead (or view) “between the lines,” including understanding from within the cultural mindset or perspectiveDevelop an argument for how a code may help solve a real-world problemTo ensure the intended audience is successful in its interpretation, the “presenter” needs knowledge of the audience’s language and cultureTo ensure the intended audience is successful in its interpretation, the “coder” needs knowledge of the intended audience’s language and cultureUsing an empathy model/approach to determine the needs and desires of the users of the codeExplain the importance of culture and language acquisition in a 21st century global economy.Explain the importance of communication, cutlure, and language acquisition in a 21c global community.Present before and after execution of improved code for streamlined app/product development and explain effects.
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Speaking and listening (conversation); reading and writing (text messages or via social media)Speaking and listening (execution of product); reading and writing (syntax vocabulary in programming)Showcase of the program/product; the syntax vocabulary needs to workReading (websites, stories, articles), listening (speeches, messages, songs), or viewing (video clips) of authentic materialsEvaluating, crtiquing, and developing alternative pathways to improve others' codeDiscussing, developing, and sharing pathways to reach end goal/product through code communitiesWriting (messages, articles, reports), speaking (telling a story, giving a speech, describing a poster), or visually representing (video or PowerPoint)Writing (messages, articles, reports), speaking (telling a story, giving a speech, describing a poster), or visually representing (video or PowerPoint)Pitch the code to potential usersUse language within and beyond the school setting.Apply target coding language for end goal or product ouside the classroom.Pitch product to external user.
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