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The various world language achievement standards are separated into strands: communication, cultures, connections, comparisons, and communities. As often as possible, all of these strands should be integrated with one another to maximize learning. Student objectives are the primary tasks students should be able to master as a result of instruction. Student objectives are directly aligned with achievement standards. Among Archdiocesan elementary schools, the study of world languages vary in instructional models. Therefore, teachers are expected to plan enabling outcomes, create successful learning experiences, that will progressively bring students from mastery at a novice level to beginner, intermediate, advanced, and on to preparation for high school.