Clarifying Objectives (COs) by Course Outcomes

This page contains sets of Clarifying Objectives for courses by exit proficiency expectations or student outcomes. These documents have been compiled from the proficiency charts in the World Language Essential Standards, which are detailed in the Unpacking Documents for different programs.

Please click on the language(s) you teach to access what is available for download:
More documents and details will be added on an ongoing basis, but the ones posted reflect the current information available about statewide enrollment data. If your district or school is expanding its program for 2016-2017 and an additional document will be needed, please send that information to ann.gunter@dpi.nc.gov or call 919-807-3865.

If you would like more information about a particular strand and standard's clarifying objectives, please take a look at the Strands & Standards Reference Guide for World Languages



American Sign Language (ASL)

Elementary School (ES) American Sign Language (ASL)
1280 - Z
Series
Elementary language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more throughout the year.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Elementary courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Z0 course code.
ES ASL (less than 1 year of study)
12802Z0
Elementary classes of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Z series code ending in 0.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the Kindergarten classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES ASL (1 year of study)
12802Z1
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 1.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 1st grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 4th grade classes.
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ES ASL (2 years of study)
12802Z2
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 2 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 2.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 2nd grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 5th grade classes.
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ES ASL (3 years of study)
12802Z3
Elementary classes that will have completed 3 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 3.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES ASL (4 years of study)
12802Z4
Elementary classes that will have completed 4 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 4.
ES ASL (5 years of study)
12802Z5
Elementary classes that will have completed 5 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 5.
ES ASL (6 years of study)
12802Z6
Elementary classes that will have completed 6 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 6.
Middle School (MS) American Sign Language (ASL)
1280 - Y
Series
Middle school language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more for at least one semester, but do not earn high school credit.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Middle school courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum or are of short duration, such as 6-week or 9-week rotations,
are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Y0 course code.
MS ASL, Beginning (less than 1 year)
12802Y0
Middle school classes that are at least one semester long and are comprised of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Y series code ending in 0.
Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program would use it for the 7th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer the first part (Part A) of a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders or the 7th graders.
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MS ASL, Beginning (1 year)
12802Y1
Middle school classes that are are comprised of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year use the Y series code ending in 1.Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the year-long 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program that offers one semester per year would use it for the 8th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders, or the second part (Part B) of a Level I High School credit class to the 8th graders.
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MS ASL, Continuing (2 years)
12802Y2

MS ASL, Continuing (3 years)
12802Y3

American Sign Language (ASL) for high school credit
1280 - X
Series
High school credit courses are part of articulated, sequenced, language-focused programs that develop proficiency in the modern language, provide the credits students need to meet and exceed college entrance requirements, and have proficiency level outcomes for each communication mode and culture that are adjusted based on language acquisition research and language type (alphabetic, logographic, visual).
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The titles of each course are linked on the left to downloadable documents that contain the Clarifying Objectives from the North Carolina World Language Essential Standards for the proficiency level outcomes.
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Community College World Language courses have been crosswalked or aligned to high school credit courses so that students in Early College programs or those who take language courses from a community college can be scheduled appropriately into the language sequence.
ASL I
12812X0
Elementary ASL I (ASL 111 and ASL 181) - 1D315X0
ASL I
12812Y0

ASL I (Part A)
12812YA

ASL I (Part B)
12812YB

ASL II
12822X0
Elementary ASL II (ASL 112 and ASL 182) - 1C785X0
ASL II
12822Y0

ASL II (Part A)
12822YA

ASL II (Part B)
12822YB

ASL III
12832Y0

ASL III Honors
12835X0
Intermediate ASL I (ASL 211 and ASL 281) - 1C905X0
ASL IV Honors
12845X0
Intermediate ASL II (ASL 212 and ASL 282) - 1C895X0
ASL V Honors
12855X0

ASL VI Honors
12865X0

ASL VII Honors
12875X0

ASL VIII Honors
12885X0




ASL Heritage I
12892X0

ASL Heritage I
12892Y0

ASL Heritage I (Part A)
12892YA

ASL Heritage I (Part B)
12892YB

ASL Heritage II
12902Y0

ASL Heritage II (Part A)
12902YA

ASL Heritage II (Part B)
12902YB

ASL Heritage II Honors
12905X0

Arabic

Elementary School (ES) Arabic
1220 - Z
Series
Elementary language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more throughout the year.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Elementary courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Z0 course code.
ES Arabic (less than 1 year of study)
12202Z0
Elementary classes of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Z series code ending in 0.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the Kindergarten classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Arabic (1 year of study)
12202Z1
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 1.Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 1st grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 4th grade classes.
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ES Arabic (2 years of study)
12202Z2
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 2 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 2.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 2nd grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 5th grade classes.
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ES Arabic (3 years of study)
12202Z3
Elementary classes that will have completed 3 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 3.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Arabic (4 years of study)
12202Z4
Elementary classes that will have completed 4 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 4.
ES Arabic (5 years of study)
12202Z5
Elementary classes that will have completed 5 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 5.
ES Arabic (6 years of study)
12202Z6
Elementary classes that will have completed 6 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 6.
Middle School (MS) Arabic
1220 - Y
Series
Middle school language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more for at least one semester, but do not earn high school credit.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Middle school courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum or are of short duration, such as 6-week or 9-week rotations,
are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Y0 course code.
MS Arabic, Beginning (less than 1 year)
12202Y0
Middle school classes that are at least one semester long and are comprised of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Y series code ending in 0.
Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program would use it for the 7th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer the first part (Part A) of a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders or the 7th graders.
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MS Arabic, Beginning (1 year)
12202Y1
Middle school classes that are are comprised of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year use the Y series code ending in 1.Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the year-long 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program that offers one semester per year would use it for the 8th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders, or the second part (Part B) of a Level I High School credit class to the 8th graders.
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MS Arabic, Continuing (2 years)
12202Y2

MS Arabic, Continuing (3 years)
12202Y3

Arabic for high school credit
1220 - X
Series
High school credit courses are part of articulated, sequenced, language-focused programs that develop proficiency in the modern language, provide the credits students need to meet and exceed college entrance requirements, and have proficiency level outcomes for each communication mode and culture that are adjusted based on language acquisition research and language type (alphabetic, logographic, visual).
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The titles of each course are linked on the left to downloadable documents that contain the Clarifying Objectives from the North Carolina World Language Essential Standards for the proficiency level outcomes.
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Community College World Language courses have been crosswalked or aligned to high school credit courses so that students in Early College programs or those who take language courses from a community college can be scheduled appropriately into the language sequence.
Arabic I
12212X0
Elementary Arabic I (ARA 111 and ARA 181) - 1D305X0
Arabic I
12212Y0

Arabic I (Part A)
12212YA

Arabic I (Part B)
12212YB

Arabic II
12222X0
Elementary Arabic II (ARA 112 and ARA 182) - 1C625X0
Arabic II
12222Y0

Arabic II (Part A)
12222YA

Arabic II (Part B)
12222YB

Arabic III
12232Y0

Arabic III Honors
12235X0
Intermediate Arabic I (ARA 211) - 1C695X0
Arabic IV Honors
12245X0
Intermediate Arabic II (ARA 212) - 1C935X0
Arabic V Honors
12255X0

Arabic VI Honors
12265X0

Arabic VII Honors
12275X0

Arabic VIII Honors
12285X0




Arabic Heritage I
12292X0

Arabic Heritage I
12292Y0

Arabic Heritage I (Part A)
12292YA

Arabic Heritage I (Part B)
12292YB

Arabic Heritage II
12302Y0

Arabic Heritage II (Part A)
12302YA

Arabic Heritage II (Part B)
12302YB

Arabic Heritage II Honors
12305X0

Cherokee

Elementary School (ES) Cherokee
1260 - Z
Series
Elementary language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more throughout the year.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Elementary courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Z0 course code.
ES Cherokee (less than 1 year of study)
12602Z0
Elementary classes of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Z series code ending in 0.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the Kindergarten classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Cherokee (1 year of study)
12602Z1
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 1.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 1st grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 4th grade classes.
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ES Cherokee (2 years of study)
12602Z2
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 2 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 2.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 2nd grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 5th grade classes.
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ES Cherokee (3 years of study)
12602Z3
Elementary classes that will have completed 3 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 3.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Cherokee (4 years of study)
12602Z4
Elementary classes that will have completed 4 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 4.
ES Cherokee (5 years of study)
12602Z5
Elementary classes that will have completed 5 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 5.
ES Cherokee (6 years of study)
12602Z6
Elementary classes that will have completed 6 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 6.
Middle School (MS) Cherokee
1260 - Y
Series
Middle school language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more for at least one semester, but do not earn high school credit.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Middle school courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum or are of short duration, such as 6-week or 9-week rotations,
are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Y0 course code.
MS Cherokee, Beginning (less than 1 year)
12602Y0
Middle school classes that are at least one semester long and are comprised of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Y series code ending in 0.
Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program would use it for the 7th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer the first part (Part A) of a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders or the 7th graders.
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MS Cherokee, Beginning (1 year)
12602Y1
Middle school classes that are are comprised of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year use the Y series code ending in 1.Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the year-long 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program that offers one semester per year would use it for the 8th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders, or the second part (Part B) of a Level I High School credit class to the 8th graders.
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MS Cherokee, Continuing (2 years)
12602Y2

MS Cherokee, Continuing (3 years)
12602Y3

Cherokee for high school credit
1260 - X
Series
High school credit courses are part of articulated, sequenced, language-focused programs that develop proficiency in the modern language, provide the credits students need to meet and exceed college entrance requirements, and have proficiency level outcomes for each communication mode and culture that are adjusted based on language acquisition research and language type (alphabetic, logographic, visual).
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The titles of each course are linked on the left to downloadable documents that contain the Clarifying Objectives from the North Carolina World Language Essential Standards for the proficiency level outcomes.
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Cherokee I
12612X0

Cherokee I
12612Y0

Cherokee I (Part A)
12612YA

Cherokee I (Part B)
12612YB

Cherokee II
12622X0

Cherokee II
12622Y0

Cherokee II (Part A)
12622YA

Cherokee II (Part B)
12622YB

Cherokee III
12632Y0

Cherokee III Honors
12635X0

Cherokee IV
12642Y0

Cherokee IV Honors
12645X0

Cherokee V Honors
12655X0

Cherokee VI Honors
12665X0

Cherokee VII Honors
12675X0

Cherokee VIII Honors
12685X0




Cherokee Heritage I
12692X0

Cherokee Heritage I
12692Y0

Cherokee Heritage I (Part A)
12692YA

Cherokee Heritage I (Part B)
12692YB

Cherokee Heritage II
12702Y0

Cherokee Heritage II (Part A)
12702YA

Cherokee Heritage II (Part B)
12702YB

Cherokee Heritage II Honors
12705X0



Cherokee DL/I Literacy courses are K - 8 target language arts courses that build proficiency in reading, writing, etc. as part of a dual language/immersion program where academic content is delivered in the target language.

Exit proficiency expectations are described based on gradespans (K-2, 3-5, 6-8) as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for K-12 Dual Language/Immersion (DL/I) Programs.
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Elementary and middle school courses that are not part of a dual language/immersion program are described above.
Cherokee DL/I Literacy Kindergarten
12712Z0


Cherokee DL/I Literacy Grade 1
12712Z1

Cherokee DL/I Literacy Grade 2
12712Z2

Cherokee DL/I Literacy Grade 3
12712Z3

Cherokee DL/I Literacy Grade 4
12712Z4

Cherokee DL/I Literacy Grade 5
12712Z5

Cherokee DL/I Literacy Grade 6
12712Y6

Cherokee DL/I Literacy Grade 7
12712Y7

Cherokee DL/I Literacy Grade 8
12712Y8

Chinese

Elementary School (ES) Chinese
1120 - Z
Series
Elementary language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more throughout the year.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Elementary courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Z0 course code.
ES Chinese (less than 1 year of study)
11202Z0
Elementary classes of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Z series code ending in 0.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the Kindergarten classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Chinese (1 year of study)
11202Z1
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 1.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 1st grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 4th grade classes.
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ES Chinese (2 years of study)
11202Z2
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 2 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 2.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 2nd grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 5th grade classes.
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ES Chinese (3 years of study)
11202Z3
Elementary classes that will have completed 3 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 3.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Chinese (4 years of study)
11202Z4
Elementary classes that will have completed 4 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 4.
ES Chinese (5 years of study)
11202Z5
Elementary classes that will have completed 5 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 5.
ES Chinese (6 years of study)
11202Z6
Elementary classes that will have completed 6 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 6.
Middle School (MS) Chinese
1120 - Y
Series
Middle school language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more for at least one semester, but do not earn high school credit.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Middle school courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum or are of short duration, such as 6-week or 9-week rotations,
are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Y0 course code.
MS Chinese, Beginning (less than 1 year)
11202Y0
Middle school classes that are at least one semester long and are comprised of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Y series code ending in 0.
Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program would use it for the 7th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer the first part (Part A) of a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders or the 7th graders.
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MS Chinese, Beginning (1 year)
11202Y1
Middle school classes that are are comprised of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year use the Y series code ending in 1.Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the year-long 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program that offers one semester per year would use it for the 8th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders, or the second part (Part B) of a Level I High School credit class to the 8th graders.
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MS Chinese, Continuing (2 years)
11202Y2

MS Chinese, Continuing (3 years)
11202Y3

Chinese for high school credit
1120 - X
Series
High school credit courses are part of articulated, sequenced, language-focused programs that develop proficiency in the modern language, provide the credits students need to meet and exceed college entrance requirements, and have proficiency level outcomes for each communication mode and culture that are adjusted based on language acquisition research and language type (alphabetic, logographic, visual).
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The titles of each course are linked on the left to downloadable documents that contain the Clarifying Objectives from the North Carolina World Language Essential Standards for the proficiency level outcomes.
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Community College World Language courses have been crosswalked or aligned to high school credit courses so that students in Early College programs or those who take language courses from a community college can be scheduled appropriately into the language sequence.
Chinese I
11212X0
Elementary Chinese I (CHI 111 and CHI 181) - 1C875X0
Chinese I
11212Y0

Chinese I (Part A)
11212YA

Chinese I (Part B)
11212YB

Chinese II
11222X0
Elementary Chinese II (CHI 112 and CHI 182) - 1D085X0
Chinese II
11222Y0

Chinese II (Part A)
11222YA

Chinese II (Part B)
11222YB

Chinese III
11232Y0

Chinese III Honors
11235X0
Intermediate Chinese I (CHI 211) - 1C225X0
Chinese IV
11242Y0

Chinese IV Honors
11245X0
Intermediate Chinese II (CHI 212) - 1C755X0
Chinese V Honors
11255X0

Chinese VI Honors
11265X0

Chinese VII Honors
11275X0

Chinese VIII Honors
11285X0




Chinese Heritage I
11292X0

Chinese Heritage I
11292Y0

Chinese Heritage I (Part A)
11292YA

Chinese Heritage I (Part B)
11292YB

Chinese Heritage II
11302Y0

Chinese Heritage II (Part A)
11302YA

Chinese Heritage II (Part B)
11302YB

Chinese Heritage II Honors
11305X0




AP Chinese Language and Culture
1A027X0
For more information, go to the AP Chinese Language and Culture Course Details page on the College Board website.
IB Language B-Mandarin SL
1I138X0
For IB SL or HL details, please see the Language B Guide from the Diploma Programme and/or login to the IBO portal with your credentials to access resources.
IB Language B-Mandarin HL
1I148X0
For IB SL or HL details, please see the Language B Guide from the Diploma Programme and/or login to the IBO portal with your credentials to access resources.
IB Mandarin ab initio
1I202X0
For IB ab initio details, please see the Language ab initio Guide from the Diploma Programme and/or login to the IBO portal with your credentials to access resources.





Chinese DL/I Literacy courses are K - 8 target language arts courses that build proficiency in reading, writing, etc. as part of a dual language/immersion program where academic content is delivered in the target language.

Exit proficiency expectations are described based on gradespans (K-2, 3-5, 6-8) as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for K-12 Dual Language/Immersion (DL/I) Programs.
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Elementary and middle school courses that are not part of a dual language/immersion program are described above.
Chinese DL/I Literacy Kindergarten
11312Z0


Chinese DL/I Literacy Grade 1
11312Z1

Chinese DL/I Literacy Grade 2
11312Z2

Chinese DL/I Literacy Grade 3
11312Z3

Chinese DL/I Literacy Grade 4
11312Z4

Chinese DL/I Literacy Grade 5
11312Z5

Chinese DL/I Literacy Grade 6
11312Y6

Chinese DL/I Literacy Grade 7
11312Y7

Chinese DL/I Literacy Grade 8
11312Y8




French

Elementary School (ES) French
1100 - Z
Series
Elementary language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more throughout the year.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Elementary courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Z0 course code.
ES French (less than 1 year of study)
11002Z0
Elementary classes of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Z series code ending in 0.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the Kindergarten classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES French (1 year of study)
11002Z1
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 1.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 1st grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 4th grade classes.
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ES French (2 years of study)
11002Z2
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 2 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 2.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 2nd grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 5th grade classes.
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ES French (3 years of study)
11002Z3
Elementary classes that will have completed 3 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 3.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES French (4 years of study)
11002Z4
Elementary classes that will have completed 4 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 4.
ES French (5 years of study)
11002Z5
Elementary classes that will have completed 5 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 5.
ES French (6 years of study)
11002Z6
Elementary classes that will have completed 6 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 6.
Middle School (MS) French
1100 - Y
Series
Middle school language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more for at least one semester, but do not earn high school credit.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Middle school courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum or are of short duration, such as 6-week or 9-week rotations,
are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Y0 course code.
MS French, Beginning (less than 1 year)
11002Y0
Middle school classes that are at least one semester long and are comprised of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Y series code ending in 0.
Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program would use it for the 7th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer the first part (Part A) of a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders or the 7th graders.
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MS French, Beginning (1 year)
11002Y1
Middle school classes that are are comprised of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year use the Y series code ending in 1.Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the year-long 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program that offers one semester per year would use it for the 8th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders, or the second part (Part B) of a Level I High School credit class to the 8th graders.
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MS French, Continuing (2 years)
11002Y2

MS French, Continuing (3 years)
11002Y3

French for high school credit
1100 - X
Series
High school credit courses are part of articulated, sequenced, language-focused programs that develop proficiency in the modern language, provide the credits students need to meet and exceed college entrance requirements, and have proficiency level outcomes for each communication mode and culture that are adjusted based on language acquisition research and language type (alphabetic, logographic, visual).
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The titles of each course are linked on the left to downloadable documents that contain the Clarifying Objectives from the North Carolina World Language Essential Standards for the proficiency level outcomes.
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Community College World Language courses have been crosswalked or aligned to high school credit courses so that students in Early College programs or those who take language courses from a community college can be scheduled appropriately into the language sequence.
French I
11012X0
Elementary French I (FRE 111 and FRE 181) - 1C265X0
French I
11012Y0

French I (Part A)
11012YA

French I (Part B)
11012YB

French II
11022X0
Elementary French II (FRE 112 and FRE 182) - 1C325X0
French II
11022Y0

French II (Part A)
11022YA

French II (Part B)
11022YB

French III
11032Y0

French III Honors
11035X0
Intermediate French I (FRE 211 and FRE 281) - 1C385X0
French IV
11042Y0

French IV Honors
11045X0
Intermediate French II (FRE 212 and FRE 282) - 1C395X0
French V Honors
11055X0
French Conversation (FRE 221) - 1C405X0
French VI Honors
11065X0
Reading and Composition (FRE 231) - 1C415X0
French VII Honors
11075X0

French VIII Honors
11085X0




French Heritage I
11092X0

French Heritage I
11092Y0

French Heritage I (Part A)
11092YA

French Heritage I (Part B)
11092YB

French Heritage II
11102Y0

French Heritage II (Part A)
11102YA

French Heritage II (Part B)
11102YB

French Heritage II Honors
11105X0




AP French Language and Culture
1A037X0
For more information, go to the AP French Language and Culture Course Details page on the College Board website.
IB Language B-French SL
1I058X0
For IB SL or HL details, please see the Language B Guide from the Diploma Programme and/or login to the IBO portal with your credentials to access resources.
IB Language B-French HL
1I068X0
For IB SL or HL details, please see the Language B Guide from the Diploma Programme and/or login to the IBO portal with your credentials to access resources.
IB French ab initio
1I172X0
For IB ab initio details, please see the Language ab initio Guide from the Diploma Programme and/or login to the IBO portal with your credentials to access resources.





French DL/I Literacy courses are K - 8 target language arts courses that build proficiency in reading, writing, etc. as part of a dual language/immersion program where academic content is delivered in the target language.

Exit proficiency expectations are described based on gradespans (K-2, 3-5, 6-8) as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for K-12 Dual Language/Immersion (DL/I) Programs.
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Elementary and middle school courses that are not part of a dual language/immersion program are described above.
French DL/I Literacy Kindergarten
11112Z0

French DL/I Literacy Grade 1
11112Z1

French DL/I Literacy Grade 2
11112Z2

French DL/I Literacy Grade 3
11112Z3

French DL/I Literacy Grade 4
11112Z4

French DL/I Literacy Grade 5
11112Z5

French DL/I Literacy Grade 6
11112Y6

French DL/I Literacy Grade 7
11112Y7

French DL/I Literacy Grade 8
11112Y8




German

Elementary School (ES) German
1160 - Z
Series
Elementary language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more throughout the year.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Elementary courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Z0 course code.
ES German (less than 1 year of study)
11602Z0
Elementary classes of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Z series code ending in 0.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the Kindergarten classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES German (1 year of study)
11602Z1
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 1.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 1st grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 4th grade classes.
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ES German (2 years of study)
11602Z2
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 2 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 2.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 2nd grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 5th grade classes.
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ES German (3 years of study)
11602Z3
Elementary classes that will have completed 3 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 3.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES German (4 years of study)
11602Z4
Elementary classes that will have completed 4 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 4.
ES German (5 years of study)
11602Z5
Elementary classes that will have completed 5 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 5.
ES German (6 years of study)
11602Z6
Elementary classes that will have completed 6 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 6.
Middle School (MS) German
1160 - Y
Series
Middle school language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more for at least one semester, but do not earn high school credit.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Middle school courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum or are of short duration, such as 6-week or 9-week rotations,
are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Y0 course code.
MS German, Beginning (less than 1 year)
11602Y0
Middle school classes that are at least one semester long and are comprised of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Y series code ending in 0.
Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program would use it for the 7th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer the first part (Part A) of a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders or the 7th graders.
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MS German, Beginning (1 year)
11602Y1
Middle school classes that are are comprised of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year use the Y series code ending in 1.Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the year-long 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program that offers one semester per year would use it for the 8th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders, or the second part (Part B) of a Level I High School credit class to the 8th graders.
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MS German, Continuing (2 years)
11602Y2

MS German, Continuing (3 years)
11602Y3

German for high school credit
1160 - X
Series
High school credit courses are part of articulated, sequenced, language-focused programs that develop proficiency in the modern language, provide the credits students need to meet and exceed college entrance requirements, and have proficiency level outcomes for each communication mode and culture that are adjusted based on language acquisition research and language type (alphabetic, logographic, visual).
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The titles of each course are linked on the left to downloadable documents that contain the Clarifying Objectives from the North Carolina World Language Essential Standards for the proficiency level outcomes.
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Community College World Language courses have been crosswalked or aligned to high school credit courses so that students in Early College programs or those who take language courses from a community college can be scheduled appropriately into the language sequence.
German I
11612X0
Elementary German I (GER 111 and GER 181) - 1C865X0
German I
11612Y0

German I (Part A)
11612YA

German I (Part B)
11612YB

German II
11622X0
Elementary German II (GER 112 and GER 182) - 1C445X0
German II
11622Y0

German II (Part A)
11622YA

German II (Part B)
11622YB

German III
11632Y0

German III Honors
11635X0
Intermediate German I (GER 211 and GER 281) - 1C495X0
German IV
11642Y0

German IV Honors
11645X0
Intermediate German II (GER 212 and GER 282) - 1C505X0
German V Honors
11655X0
German Conversation (GER 221) - 1C515X0
German VI Honors
11665X0
Reading and Composition (GER 231) - 1C525X0
German VII Honors
11675X0

German VIII Honors
11685X0




German Heritage I
11692X0

German Heritage I
11692Y0

German Heritage I (Part A)
11692YA

German Heritage I (Part B)
11692YB

German Heritage II
11702Y0

German Heritage II (Part A)
11702YA

German Heritage II (Part B)
11702YB

German Heritage II Honors
11705X0




AP German Language and Culture
1A047X0
For more information, go to the AP German Language and Culture Course Details page on the College Board website.
IB Language B-German SL
1I078X0
For IB SL or HL details, please see the Language B Guide from the Diploma Programme and/or login to the IBO portal with your credentials to access resources.
IB Language B-German HL
1I088X0
For IB SL or HL details, please see the Language B Guide from the Diploma Programme and/or login to the IBO portal with your credentials to access resources.
IB German ab initio
1I182X0
For IB ab initio details, please see the Language ab initio Guide from the Diploma Programme and/or login to the IBO portal with your credentials to access resources.





German DL/I Literacy courses are K - 8 target language arts courses that build proficiency in reading, writing, etc. as part of a dual language/immersion program where academic content is delivered in the target language.

Exit proficiency expectations are described based on gradespans (K-2, 3-5, 6-8) as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for K-12 Dual Language/Immersion (DL/I) Programs.
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Elementary and middle school courses that are not part of a dual language/immersion program are described above.
German DL/I Literacy Kindergarten
11712Z0


German DL/I Literacy Grade 1
11712Z1

German DL/I Literacy Grade 2
11712Z2

German DL/I Literacy Grade 3
11712Z3

German DL/I Literacy Grade 4
11712Z4

German DL/I Literacy Grade 5
11712Z5

German DL/I Literacy Grade 6
11712Y6

German DL/I Literacy Grade 7
11712Y7

German DL/I Literacy Grade 8
11712Y8





Greek - Modern

Elementary School (ES) Greek
1320 - Z
Series
Elementary language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more throughout the year.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Elementary courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Z0 course code.
ES Greek (less than 1 year of study)
13202Z0
Elementary classes of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Z series code ending in 0.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the Kindergarten classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Greek (1 year of study)
13202Z1
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 1.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 1st grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 4th grade classes.
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ES Greek (2 years of study)
13202Z2
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 2 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 2.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 2nd grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 5th grade classes.
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ES Greek (3 years of study)
13202Z3
Elementary classes that will have completed 3 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 3.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Greek (4 years of study)
13202Z4
Elementary classes that will have completed 4 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 4.
ES Greek (5 years of study)
13202Z5
Elementary classes that will have completed 5 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 5.
ES Greek (6 years of study)
13202Z6
Elementary classes that will have completed 6 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 6.
Middle School (MS) Greek
1320 - Y
Series
Middle school language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more for at least one semester, but do not earn high school credit.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Middle school courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum or are of short duration, such as 6-week or 9-week rotations,
are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Y0 course code.
MS Greek, Beginning (less than 1 year)
13202Y0
Middle school classes that are at least one semester long and are comprised of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Y series code ending in 0.
Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program would use it for the 7th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer the first part (Part A) of a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders or the 7th graders.
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MS Greek, Beginning (1 year)
13202Y1
Middle school classes that are are comprised of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year use the Y series code ending in 1.Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the year-long 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program that offers one semester per year would use it for the 8th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders, or the second part (Part B) of a Level I High School credit class to the 8th graders.
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MS Greek, Continuing (2 years)
13202Y2

MS Greek, Continuing (3 years)
13202Y3

Greek (Modern) for high school credit
1320 - X
Series
High school credit courses are part of articulated, sequenced, language-focused programs that develop proficiency in the modern language, provide the credits students need to meet and exceed college entrance requirements, and have proficiency level outcomes for each communication mode and culture that are adjusted based on language acquisition research and language type (alphabetic, logographic, visual).
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The titles of each course are linked on the left to downloadable documents that contain the Clarifying Objectives from the North Carolina World Language Essential Standards for the proficiency level outcomes.
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Greek I
13212X0

Greek I
13212Y0

Greek I (Part A)
13212YA

Greek I (Part B)
13212YB

Greek II
13222X0

Greek II
13222Y0

Greek II (Part A)
13222YA

Greek II (Part B)
13222YB

Greek III
13232Y0

Greek III Honors
13235X0

Greek IV
13242Y0

Greek IV Honors
13245X0

Greek V Honors
13255X0

Greek VI Honors
13265X0

Greek VII Honors
13275X0

Greek VIII Honors
13285X0




Greek Heritage I
13292X0

Greek Heritage I
13292Y0

Greek Heritage I (Part A)
13292YA

Greek Heritage I (Part B)
13292YB

Greek Heritage II
13302Y0

Greek Heritage II (Part A)
13302YA

Greek Heritage II (Part B)
13302YB

Greek Heritage II Honors
13305X0






Greek DL/I Literacy courses are K - 8 target language arts courses that build proficiency in reading, writing, etc. as part of a dual language/immersion program where academic content is delivered in the target language.

Exit proficiency expectations are described based on gradespans (K-2, 3-5, 6-8) as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for K-12 Dual Language/Immersion (DL/I) Programs.
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Elementary and middle school courses that are not part of a dual language/immersion program are described above.
Greek DL/I Literacy Kindergarten
13312Z0


Greek DL/I Literacy Grade 1
13312Z1

Greek DL/I Literacy Grade 2
13312Z2

Greek DL/I Literacy Grade 3
13312Z3

Greek DL/I Literacy Grade 4
13312Z4

Greek DL/I Literacy Grade 5
13312Z5

Greek DL/I Literacy Grade 6
13312Y6

Greek DL/I Literacy Grade 7
13312Y7

Greek DL/I Literacy Grade 8
13312Y8


Hebrew

Elementary School (ES) Hebrew
1340 - Z
Series
Elementary language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more throughout the year.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Elementary courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Z0 course code.
ES Hebrew (less than 1 year of study)
13402Z0
Elementary classes of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Z series code ending in 0.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the Kindergarten classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Hebrew (1 year of study)
13402Z1
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 1.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 1st grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 4th grade classes.
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ES Hebrew (2 years of study)
13402Z2
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 2 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 2.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 2nd grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 5th grade classes.
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ES Hebrew (3 years of study)
13402Z3
Elementary classes that will have completed 3 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 3.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Hebrew (4 years of study)
13402Z4
Elementary classes that will have completed 4 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 4.
ES Hebrew (5 years of study)
13402Z5
Elementary classes that will have completed 5 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 5.
ES Hebrew (6 years of study)
13402Z6
Elementary classes that will have completed 6 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 6.
Middle School (MS) Hebrew
1340 - Y
Series
Middle school language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more for at least one semester, but do not earn high school credit.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Middle school courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum or are of short duration, such as 6-week or 9-week rotations,
are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Y0 course code.
MS Hebrew, Beginning (less than 1 year)
13402Y0
Middle school classes that are at least one semester long and are comprised of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Y series code ending in 0.
Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program would use it for the 7th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer the first part (Part A) of a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders or the 7th graders.
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MS Hebrew, Beginning (1 year)
13402Y1
Middle school classes that are are comprised of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year use the Y series code ending in 1.Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the year-long 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program that offers one semester per year would use it for the 8th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders, or the second part (Part B) of a Level I High School credit class to the 8th graders.
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MS Hebrew, Continuing (2 years)
13402Y2

MS Hebrew, Continuing (3 years)
13402Y3

Hebrew for high school credit
1340 - X
Series
High school credit courses are part of articulated, sequenced, language-focused programs that develop proficiency in the modern language, provide the credits students need to meet and exceed college entrance requirements, and have proficiency level outcomes for each communication mode and culture that are adjusted based on language acquisition research and language type (alphabetic, logographic, visual).
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The titles of each course are linked on the left to downloadable documents that contain the Clarifying Objectives from the North Carolina World Language Essential Standards for the proficiency level outcomes.
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Hebrew I
13412X0

Hebrew I
13412Y0

Hebrew I (Part A)
13412YA

Hebrew I (Part B)
13412YB

Hebrew II
13422X0

Hebrew II
13422Y0

Hebrew II (Part A)
13422YA

Hebrew II (Part B)
13422YB

Hebrew III
13432Y0

Hebrew III Honors
13435X0

Hebrew IV Honors
13445X0

Hebrew V Honors
13455X0

Hebrew VI Honors
13465X0

Hebrew VII Honors
13475X0

Hebrew VIII Honors
13485X0




Hebrew Heritage I
13492X0

Hebrew Heritage I
13492Y0

Hebrew Heritage I (Part A)
13492YA

Hebrew Heritage I (Part B)
13492YB

Hebrew Heritage II
13502Y0

Hebrew Heritage II (Part A)
13502YA

Hebrew Heritage II (Part B)
13502YB

Hebrew Heritage II Honors
13505X0




IB Language B - Hebrew SL
1I228X0
For IB SL or HL details, please see the Language B Guide from the Diploma Programme and/or login to the IBO portal with your credentials to access resources.

Italian

Elementary School (ES) Italian
1360 - Z
Series
Elementary language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more throughout the year.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Elementary courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Z0 course code.
ES Italian (less than 1 year of study)
13602Z0
Elementary classes of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Z series code ending in 0.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the Kindergarten classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Italian (1 year of study)
13602Z1
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 1.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 1st grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 4th grade classes.
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ES Italian (2 years of study)
13602Z2
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 2 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 2.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 2nd grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 5th grade classes.
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ES Italian (3 years of study)
13602Z3
Elementary classes that will have completed 3 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 3.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Italian (4 years of study)
13602Z4
Elementary classes that will have completed 4 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 4.
ES Italian (5 years of study)
13602Z5
Elementary classes that will have completed 5 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 5.
ES Italian (6 years of study)
13602Z6
Elementary classes that will have completed 6 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 6.
Middle School (MS) Italian
1360 - Y
Series
Middle school language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more for at least one semester, but do not earn high school credit.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Middle school courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum or are of short duration, such as 6-week or 9-week rotations,
are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Y0 course code.
MS Italian, Beginning (less than 1 year)
13602Y0
Middle school classes that are at least one semester long and are comprised of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Y series code ending in 0.
Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program would use it for the 7th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer the first part (Part A) of a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders or the 7th graders.
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MS Italian, Beginning (1 year)
13602Y1
Middle school classes that are are comprised of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year use the Y series code ending in 1.Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the year-long 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program that offers one semester per year would use it for the 8th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders, or the second part (Part B) of a Level I High School credit class to the 8th graders.
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MS Italian, Continuing (2 years)
13602Y2

MS Italian, Continuing (3 years)
13602Y3

Italian for high school credit
1360 - X
Series
High school credit courses are part of articulated, sequenced, language-focused programs that develop proficiency in the modern language, provide the credits students need to meet and exceed college entrance requirements, and have proficiency level outcomes for each communication mode and culture that are adjusted based on language acquisition research and language type (alphabetic, logographic, visual).
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The titles of each course are linked on the left to downloadable documents that contain the Clarifying Objectives from the North Carolina World Language Essential Standards for the proficiency level outcomes.
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Community College World Language courses have been crosswalked or aligned to high school credit courses so that students in Early College programs or those who take language courses from a community college can be scheduled appropriately into the language sequence.
Italian I
13612X0
Elementary Italian I (ITA 111 and ITA 181) - 1D075X0
Italian I
13612Y0

Italian I (Part A)
13612YA

Italian I (Part B)
13612YB

Italian II
13622X0
Elementary Italian II (ITA 112 and ITA 182) - 1C615X0
Italian II
13622Y0

Italian II (Part A)
13622YA

Italian II (Part B)
13622YB

Italian III
13632Y0

Italian III Honors
13635X0
Intermediate Italian I (ITA 211 and ITA 281) - 1C685X0
Italian IV Honors
13645X0
Intermediate Italian II (ITA 212 and ITA 282) - 1C705X0
Italian V Honors
13655X0
Italian Conversation (ITA 221) - 1C715X0
Italian VI Honors
13665X0
Reading and Composition (ITA 231) - 1C725X0
Italian VII Honors
13675X0

Italian VIII Honors
13685X0




Italian Heritage I
13692X0

Italian Heritage I
13692Y0

Italian Heritage I (Part A)
13692YA

Italian Heritage I (Part B)
13692YB

Italian Heritage II
13702Y0

Italian Heritage II (Part A)
13702YA

Italian Heritage II (Part B)
13702YB

Italian Heritage II Honors
13705X0




AP Italian Language and Culture
1A057X0
For more information, go to the AP Italian Language and Culture Course Details page on the College Board website.

Japanese

Elementary School (ES) Japanese
1180 - Z
Series
Elementary language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more throughout the year.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Elementary courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Z0 course code.
ES Japanese (less than 1 year of study)
11802Z0
Elementary classes of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Z series code ending in 0.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the Kindergarten classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Japanese (1 year of study)
11802Z1
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 1.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 1st grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 4th grade classes.
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ES Japanese (2 years of study)
11802Z2
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 2 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 2.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 2nd grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 5th grade classes.
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ES Japanese (3 years of study)
11802Z3
Elementary classes that will have completed 3 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 3.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Japanese (4 years of study)
11802Z4
Elementary classes that will have completed 4 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 4.
ES Japanese (5 years of study)
11802Z5
Elementary classes that will have completed 5 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 5.
ES Japanese (6 years of study)
11802Z6
Elementary classes that will have completed 6 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 6.
Middle School (MS) Japanese
1180 - Y
Series
Middle school language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more for at least one semester, but do not earn high school credit.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Middle school courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum or are of short duration, such as 6-week or 9-week rotations,
are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Y0 course code.
MS Japanese, Beginning (less than 1 year)
11802Y0
Middle school classes that are at least one semester long and are comprised of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Y series code ending in 0.
Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program would use it for the 7th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer the first part (Part A) of a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders or the 7th graders.
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MS Japanese, Beginning (1 year)
11802Y1
Middle school classes that are are comprised of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year use the Y series code ending in 1.Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the year-long 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program that offers one semester per year would use it for the 8th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders, or the second part (Part B) of a Level I High School credit class to the 8th graders.
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MS Japanese, Continuing (2 years)
11802Y2

MS Japanese, Continuing (3 years)
11802Y3

Japanese for high school credit
1180 - X
Series
High school credit courses are part of articulated, sequenced, language-focused programs that develop proficiency in the modern language, provide the credits students need to meet and exceed college entrance requirements, and have proficiency level outcomes for each communication mode and culture that are adjusted based on language acquisition research and language type (alphabetic, logographic, visual).
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The titles of each course are linked on the left to downloadable documents that contain the Clarifying Objectives from the North Carolina World Language Essential Standards for the proficiency level outcomes.
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Community College World Language courses have been crosswalked or aligned to high school credit courses so that students in Early College programs or those who take language courses from a community college can be scheduled appropriately into the language sequence.
Japanese I
11812X0
Elementary Japanese I (JPN 111 and JPN 181) - 1C765X0
Japanese I
11812Y0

Japanese I (Part A)
11812YA

Japanese I (Part B)
11812YB

Japanese II
11822X0
Elementary Japanese II (JPN 112 and JPN 182) - 1D065X0
Japanese II
11822Y0

Japanese II (Part A)
11822YA

Japanese II (Part B)
11822YB

Japanese III
11832Y0

Japanese III Honors
11835X0
Intermediate Japanese I (JPN 211) - 1C885X0
Japanese IV
11842Y0

Japanese IV Honors
11845X0
Intermediate Japanese II (JPN 212) - 1C855X0
Japanese V Honors
11855X0

Japanese VI Honors
11865X0

Japanese VII Honors
11875X0

Japanese VIII Honors
11885X0




Japanese Heritage I
11892X0

Japanese Heritage I
11892Y0

Japanese Heritage I (Part A)
11892YA

Japanese Heritage I (Part B)
11892YB

Japanese Heritage II
11902Y0

Japanese Heritage II (Part A)
11902YA

Japanese Heritage II (Part B)
11902YB

Japanese Heritage II Honors
11905X0




AP Japanese Language and Culture
1A067X0
For more information, go to the AP Japanese Language and Culture Course Details page on the College Board website.
IB Language B-Japanese SL
1I098X0
For IB SL or HL details, please see the Language B Guide from the Diploma Programme and/or login to the IBO portal with your credentials to access resources.
IB Language B-Japanese HL
1I108X0
For IB SL or HL details, please see the Language B Guide from the Diploma Programme and/or login to the IBO portal with your credentials to access resources.
IB Japanese ab initio
1I192X0
For IB ab initio details, please see the Language ab initio Guide from the Diploma Programme and/or login to the IBO portal with your credentials to access resources.





Japanese DL/I Literacy courses are K - 8 target language arts courses that build proficiency in reading, writing, etc. as part of a dual language/immersion program where academic content is delivered in the target language.

Exit proficiency expectations are described based on gradespans (K-2, 3-5, 6-8) as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for K-12 Dual Language/Immersion (DL/I) Programs.
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Elementary and middle school courses that are not part of a dual language/immersion program are described above.
Japanese DL/I Literacy Kindergarten
11912Z0

Japanese DL/I Literacy Grade 1
11912Z1

Japanese DL/I Literacy Grade 2
11912Z2

Japanese DL/I Literacy Grade 3
11912Z3

Japanese DL/I Literacy Grade 4
11912Z4

Japanese DL/I Literacy Grade 5
11912Z5

Japanese DL/I Literacy Grade 6
11912Y6

Japanese DL/I Literacy Grade 7
11912Y7

Japanese DL/I Literacy Grade 8
11912Y8




Latin

Elementary School (ES) Latin
1240 - Z
Series
Elementary language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more throughout the year.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Elementary courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Z0 course code.
ES Latin (less than 1 year of study)
12402Z0
Elementary classes of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Z series code ending in 0.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the Kindergarten classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Latin (1 year of study)
12402Z1
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 1.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 1st grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 4th grade classes.
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ES Latin (2 years of study)
12402Z2
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 2 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 2.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 2nd grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 5th grade classes.
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ES Latin (3 years of study)
12402Z3
Elementary classes that will have completed 3 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 3.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Latin (4 years of study)
12402Z4
Elementary classes that will have completed 4 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 4.
ES Latin (5 years of study)
12402Z5
Elementary classes that will have completed 5 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 5.
ES Latin (6 years of study)
12402Z6
Elementary classes that will have completed 6 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 6.
Middle School (MS) Latin
1240 - Y
Series
Middle school language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more for at least one semester, but do not earn high school credit.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Middle school courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum or are of short duration, such as 6-week or 9-week rotations,
are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Y0 course code.
MS Latin, Beginning (less than 1 year)
12402Y0
Middle school classes that are at least one semester long and are comprised of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Y series code ending in 0.
Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program would use it for the 7th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer the first part (Part A) of a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders or the 7th graders.
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MS Latin, Beginning (1 year)
12402Y1
Middle school classes that are are comprised of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year use the Y series code ending in 1.Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the year-long 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program that offers one semester per year would use it for the 8th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders, or the second part (Part B) of a Level I High School credit class to the 8th graders.
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MS Latin, Continuing (2 years)
12402Y2

MS Latin, Continuing (3 years)
12402Y3

Latin for high school credit
1240 - X
Series
High school credit courses are part of articulated, sequenced, language-focused programs that develop proficiency in the classical language, provide the credits students need to meet and exceed college entrance requirements, and have proficiency level outcomes for communication modes and culture that are adjusted based on language learning research.
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The titles of each course are linked on the left to downloadable documents that contain the Clarifying Objectives from the North Carolina World Language Essential Standards for the proficiency level outcomes.
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Community College World Language courses have been crosswalked or aligned to high school credit courses so that students in Early College programs or those who take language courses from a community college can be scheduled appropriately into the language sequence.
Latin I
12412X0
Elementary Latin I (LAT 111 and LAT 181) - 1D045X0
Latin I
12412Y0

Latin I (Part A)
12412YA

Latin I (Part B)
12412YB

Latin II
12422X0
Elementary Latin II (LAT 112 and LAT 182) - 1C965X0
Latin II
12422Y0

Latin II (Part A)
12422YA

Latin II (Part B)
12422YB

Latin III
12432Y0

Latin III Honors
12435X0
Intermediate Latin I (LAT 211 and LAT 281) - 1D025X0
Latin IV Honors
12445X0
Intermediate Latin II (LAT 212 and LAT 282) - 1D125X0
Latin V Honors
12455X0
Reading and Composition (LAT 231) - 1D135X0
Latin VI Honors
12465X0
Imperial Literature (LAT 232) - 1D145X0



AP Latin
1A077X0
For more information, go to the AP Latin Course Details page on the College Board website.
IB Language B- Latin SL
1I118X0
For IB Latin details, please see the Classical Languages Guide from the Diploma Programme and/or login to the IBO portal with your credentials to access resources.
IB Language B- Latin HL
1I128X0
For IB Latin details, please see the Classical Languages Guide from the Diploma Programme and/or login to the IBO portal with your credentials to access resources.

Russian

Elementary School (ES)Russian
1200 - Z
Series
Elementary language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more throughout the year.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Elementary courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Z0 course code.
ES Russian (less than 1 year of study)
12002Z0
Elementary classes of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Z series code ending in 0.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the Kindergarten classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Russian (1 year of study)
12002Z1
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 1.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 1st grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 4th grade classes.
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ES Russian (2 years of study)
12002Z2
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 2 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 2.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 2nd grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 5th grade classes.
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ES Russian (3 years of study)
12002Z3
Elementary classes that will have completed 3 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 3.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Russian (4 years of study)
12002Z4
Elementary classes that will have completed 4 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 4.
ES Russian (5 years of study)
12002Z5
Elementary classes that will have completed 5 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 5.
ES Russian (6 years of study)
12002Z6
Elementary classes that will have completed 6 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 6.
Middle School (MS) Russian
1200 - Y
Series
Middle school language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more for at least one semester, but do not earn high school credit.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Middle school courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum or are of short duration, such as 6-week or 9-week rotations,
are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Y0 course code.
MS Russian, Beginning (less than 1 year)
12002Y0
Middle school classes that are at least one semester long and are comprised of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Y series code ending in 0.
Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program would use it for the 7th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer the first part (Part A) of a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders or the 7th graders.
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MS Russian, Beginning (1 year)
12002Y1
Middle school classes that are are comprised of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year use the Y series code ending in 1.Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the year-long 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program that offers one semester per year would use it for the 8th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders, or the second part (Part B) of a Level I High School credit class to the 8th graders.
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MS Russian, Continuing (2 years)
12002Y2

MS Russian, Continuing (3 years)
12002Y3

Russian for high school credit
1200 - X
Series
High school credit courses are part of articulated, sequenced, language-focused programs that develop proficiency in the modern language, provide the credits students need to meet and exceed college entrance requirements, and have proficiency level outcomes for each communication mode and culture that are adjusted based on language acquisition research and language type (alphabetic, logographic, visual).
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The titles of each course are linked on the left to downloadable documents that contain the Clarifying Objectives from the North Carolina World Language Essential Standards for the proficiency level outcomes.
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Community College World Language courses have been crosswalked or aligned to high school credit courses so that students in Early College programs or those who take language courses from a community college can be scheduled appropriately into the language sequence.
Russian I
12012X0
Elementary Russian I (RUS 111 and RUS 181) - 1C255X0
Russian I
12012Y0

Russian I (Part A)
12012YA

Russian I (Part B)
12012YB

Russian II
12022X0
Elementary Russian II (RUS 112 and RUS 182) - 1D235X0
Russian II
12022Y0

Russian II (Part A)
12022YA

Russian II (Part B)
12022YB

Russian III
12032Y0

Russian III Honors
12035X0
Intermediate Russian I (RUS 211 and RUS 281) - 1C805X0
Russian IV Honors
12045X0
Intermediate Russian II (RUS 212 and RUS 282) - 1D255X0
Russian V Honors
12055X0
Russian Conversation (RUS 221) - 1D265X0
Russian VI Honors
12065X0
Reading and Composition (RUS 231) - 1D275X0
Russian VII Honors
12075X0

Russian VIII Honors
12085X0




Russian Heritage I
12092X0

Russian Heritage I
12092Y0

Russian Heritage I (Part A)
12092YA

Russian Heritage I (Part B)
12092YB

Russian Heritage II
12102Y0

Russian Heritage II (Part A)
12102YA

Russian Heritage II (Part B)
12102YB

Russian Heritage II Honors
12105X0




IB Language B: Russian SL
1I238X0
For IB SL or HL details, please see the Language B Guide from the Diploma Programme and/or login to the IBO portal with your credentials to access resources.
IB Language B: Russian HL
1I248X0
For IB SL or HL details, please see the Language B Guide from the Diploma Programme and/or login to the IBO portal with your credentials to access resources.

Spanish


Elementary School (ES) Spanish
1140 - Z
Series
Elementary language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more throughout the year.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Elementary courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Z0 course code.
ES Spanish (less than 1 year of study)
11402Z0
Elementary classes of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Z series code ending in 0.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the Kindergarten classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Spanish (1 year of study)
11402Z1
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 1.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 1st grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 4th grade classes.
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ES Spanish (2 years of study)
11402Z2
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 2 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 2.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 2nd grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 5th grade classes.
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ES Spanish (3 years of study)
11402Z3
Elementary classes that will have completed 3 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 3.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Spanish (4 years of study)
11402Z4
Elementary classes that will have completed 4 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 4.
ES Spanish (5 years of study)
11402Z5
Elementary classes that will have completed 5 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 5.
ES Spanish (6 years of study)
11402Z6
Elementary classes that will have completed 6 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 6.
Middle School (MS) Spanish
1140 - Y
Series
Middle school language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more for at least one semester, but do not earn high school credit.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Middle school courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum or are of short duration, such as 6-week or 9-week rotations,
are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Y0 course code.
MS Spanish, Beginning (less than 1 year)
11402Y0
Middle school classes that are at least one semester long and are comprised of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Y series code ending in 0.
Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program would use it for the 7th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer the first part (Part A) of a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders or the 7th graders.
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MS Spanish, Beginning (1 year)
11402Y1
Middle school classes that are are comprised of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year use the Y series code ending in 1.Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the year-long 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program that offers one semester per year would use it for the 8th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders, or the second part (Part B) of a Level I High School credit class to the 8th graders.
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MS Spanish, Continuing (2 years)
11402Y2

MS Spanish, Continuing (3 years)
11402Y3

Spanish for high school credit
1140 - X
Series
High school credit courses are part of articulated, sequenced, language-focused programs that develop proficiency in the modern language, provide the credits students need to meet and exceed college entrance requirements, and have proficiency level outcomes for each communication mode and culture that are adjusted based on language acquisition research and language type (alphabetic, logographic, visual).
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The titles of each course are linked on the left to downloadable documents that contain the Clarifying Objectives from the North Carolina World Language Essential Standards for the proficiency level outcomes.
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Community College World Language courses have been crosswalked or aligned to high school credit courses so that students in Early College programs or those who take language courses from a community college can be scheduled appropriately into the language sequence.
Spanish I
11412X0
Elementary Spanish I (SPA 111 and SPA 181) - 1C145X0
Spanish I
11412Y0

Spanish I (Part A)
11412YA

Spanish I (Part B)
11412YB

Spanish II
11422X0
Elementary Spanish II (SPA 112 and SPA 182) - 1C165X0
Spanish II
11422Y0

Spanish II (Part A)
11422YA

Spanish II (Part B)
11422YB

Spanish III
11432Y0

Spanish III Honors
11435X0
Intermediate Spanish I (SPA 211 and SPA 281) - 1C195X0
Spanish IV
11442Y0

Spanish IV Honors
11445X0
Intermediate Spanish II (SPA 212 and SPA 282) - 1C205X0
Spanish V Honors
11455X0
Spanish Conversation (SPA 221) - 1C215X0
Spanish VI Honors
11465X0
Reading and Composition (SPA 231) - 1D325X0
Spanish VII Honors
11475X0

Spanish VIII Honors
11485X0




Spanish Heritage I
11492X0

Spanish Heritage I
11492Y0

Spanish Heritage I (Part A)
11492YA

Spanish Heritage I (Part B)
11492YB

Spanish Heritage II
11502Y0

Spanish Heritage II (Part A)
11502YA

Spanish Heritage II (Part B)
11502YB

Spanish Heritage II Honors
11505X0



Spanish DL/I Literacy courses are K - 8 target language arts courses that build proficiency in reading, writing, etc. as part of a dual language/immersion program where academic content is delivered in the target language.

Exit proficiency expectations are described based on gradespans (K-2, 3-5, 6-8) as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for K-12 Dual Language/Immersion (DL/I) Programs.
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Elementary and middle school courses that are not part of a dual language/immersion program are described above.
Spanish DL/I Literacy Kindergarten
11512Z0

Spanish DL/I Literacy Grade 1
11512Z1

Spanish DL/I Literacy Grade 2
11512Z2

Spanish DL/I Literacy Grade 3
11512Z3

Spanish DL/I Literacy Grade 4
11512Z4

Spanish DL/I Literacy Grade 5
11512Z5

Spanish DL/I Literacy Grade 6
11512Y6

Spanish DL/I Literacy Grade 7
11512Y7

Spanish DL/I Literacy Grade 8
11512Y8







AP Spanish Language and Culture
1A087X0
For more information, go to the AP Spanish Language and Culture Course Details page on the College Board website.
AP Spanish Literature and Culture
1A097X0
For more information, go to the AP Spanish Literature and Culture Course Details page on the College Board website.
CIE Spanish Language AS
1V048X0
For course details, go to the Spanish AS and A Level page on the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) website.
CIE Spanish Language A
1V058X0
For course details, go to the Spanish AS and A Level page on the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) website.
IB Language B- Spanish SL
1I158X0
For IB SL or HL details, please see the Language B Guide from the Diploma Programme and/or login to the IBO portal with your credentials to access resources.
IB Language B- Spanish HL
1I168X0
For IB SL or HL details, please see the Language B Guide from the Diploma Programme and/or login to the IBO portal with your credentials to access resources.
IB Spanish ab initio
1I212X0
For IB ab initio details, please see the Language ab initio Guide from the Diploma Programme and/or login to the IBO portal with your credentials to access resources.



Urdu

Elementary School (ES)
Urdu
1380 - Z
Series
Elementary language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more throughout the year.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Elementary courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Z0 course code.
ES Urdu (less than 1 year of study)
13802Z0
Elementary classes of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Z series code ending in 0.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the Kindergarten classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Urdu (1 year of study)
13802Z1
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 1.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 1st grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 4th grade classes.
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ES Urdu (2 years of study)
13802Z2
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 2 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 2.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 2nd grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 5th grade classes.
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ES Urdu (3 years of study)
13802Z3
Elementary classes that will have completed 3 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 3.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Urdu (4 years of study)
13802Z4
Elementary classes that will have completed 4 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 4.
ES Urdu (5 years of study)
13802Z5
Elementary classes that will have completed 5 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 5.
ES Urdu (6 years of study)
13802Z6
Elementary classes that will have completed 6 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 6.
Middle School (MS) Urdu
1380 - Y
Series
Middle school language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more for at least one semester, but do not earn high school credit.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Middle school courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum or are of short duration, such as 6-week or 9-week rotations,
are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Y0 course code.
MS Urdu, Beginning (less than 1 year)
13802Y0
Middle school classes that are at least one semester long and are comprised of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Y series code ending in 0.
Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program would use it for the 7th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer the first part (Part A) of a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders or the 7th graders.
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MS Urdu, Beginning (1 year)
13802Y1
Middle school classes that are are comprised of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year use the Y series code ending in 1.Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the year-long 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program that offers one semester per year would use it for the 8th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders, or the second part (Part B) of a Level I High School credit class to the 8th graders.
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MS Urdu, Continuing (2 years)
13802Y2

MS Urdu, Continuing (3 years)
13802Y3

Urdu for high school credit
1380 - X
Series
High school credit courses are part of articulated, sequenced, language-focused programs that develop proficiency in the modern language, provide the credits students need to meet and exceed college entrance requirements, and have proficiency level outcomes for each communication mode and culture that are adjusted based on language acquisition research and language type (alphabetic, logographic, visual).
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The titles of each course are linked on the left to downloadable documents that contain the Clarifying Objectives from the North Carolina World Language Essential Standards for the proficiency level outcomes.
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Urdu I
13812X0

Urdu I
13812Y0

Urdu I (Part A)
13812YA

Urdu I (Part B)
13812YB

Urdu II
13822X0

Urdu II
13822Y0

Urdu II (Part A)
13822YA

Urdu II (Part B)
13822YB

Urdu III
13832Y0

Urdu III Honors
13835X0

Urdu IV
13842Y0

Urdu IV Honors
13845X0

Urdu V Honors
13855X0

Urdu VI Honors
13865X0

Urdu VII Honors
13875X0

Urdu VIII Honors
13885X0




Urdu Heritage I
13892X0

Urdu Heritage I
13892Y0

Urdu Heritage I (Part A)
13892YA

Urdu Heritage I (Part B)
13892YB

Urdu Heritage II
13902Y0

Urdu Heritage II (Part A)
13902YA

Urdu Heritage II (Part B)
13902YB

Urdu Heritage II Honors
13905X0



Urdu DL/I Literacy courses are K - 8 target language arts courses that build proficiency in reading, writing, etc. as part of a dual language/immersion program where academic content is delivered in the target language.

Exit proficiency expectations are described based on gradespans (K-2, 3-5, 6-8) as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for K-12 Dual Language/Immersion (DL/I) Programs.
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Elementary and middle school courses that are not part of a dual language/immersion program are described above.
Urdu DL/I Literacy Kindergarten
13912Z0

Urdu DL/I Literacy Grade 1
13912Z1

Urdu DL/I Literacy Grade 2
13912Z2

Urdu DL/I Literacy Grade 3
13912Z3

Urdu DL/I Literacy Grade 4
13912Z4

Urdu DL/I Literacy Grade 5
13912Z5

Urdu DL/I Literacy Grade 6
13912Y6

Urdu DL/I Literacy Grade 7
13912Y7

Urdu DL/I Literacy Grade 8
13912Y8








Other Classical Language

Elementary School (ES) Other Classical Language
1250 - Z
Series
Elementary language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more throughout the year.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Elementary courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Z0 course code.
ES Oth Classical Lang (less than 1 year of study)
12502Z0
Elementary classes of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Z series code ending in 0.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the Kindergarten classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Oth Classical Lang (1 year of study)
12502Z1
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 1.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 1st grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 4th grade classes.
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ES Oth Classical Lang (2 years of study)
12502Z2
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 2 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 2.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 2nd grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 5th grade classes.
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ES Oth Classical Lang (3 years of study)
12502Z3
Elementary classes that will have completed 3 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 3.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Oth Classical Lang (4 years of study)
12502Z4
Elementary classes that will have completed 4 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 4.
ES Oth Classical Lang (5 years of study)
12502Z5
Elementary classes that will have completed 5 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 5.
ES Oth Classical Lang (6 years of study)
12502Z6
Elementary classes that will have completed 6 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 6.
Middle School (MS) Other Classical Language
1250 - Y
Series
Middle school language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more for at least one semester, but do not earn high school credit.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Middle school courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum or are of short duration, such as 6-week or 9-week rotations,
are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Y0 course code.
MS Oth Classical Lang, Beg. (less than 1 year)
12502Y0
Middle school classes that are at least one semester long and are comprised of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Y series code ending in 0.
Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program would use it for the 7th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer the first part (Part A) of a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders or the 7th graders.
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MS Oth Classical Lang, Beg. (1 year)
12502Y1
Middle school classes that are are comprised of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year use the Y series code ending in 1.Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the year-long 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program that offers one semester per year would use it for the 8th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders, or the second part (Part B) of a Level I High School credit class to the 8th graders.
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MS Oth Classical Lang, Cont. (2 years)
12502Y2

MS Oth Classical Lang, Cont. (3 years)
12502Y3

Other Classical Language for high school credit

Example:
Greek (Ancient)
1250 - X
Series
High school credit courses are part of articulated, sequenced, language-focused programs that develop proficiency in the classical language, provide the credits students need to meet and exceed college entrance requirements, and have proficiency level outcomes for communication modes and culture that are adjusted based on language learning research.
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The titles of each course are linked on the left to downloadable documents that contain the Clarifying Objectives from the North Carolina World Language Essential Standards for the proficiency level outcomes.
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Oth Classical Lang I
12512X0

Oth Classical Lang I
12512Y0

Oth Classical Lang I (Part A)
12512YA

Oth Classical Lang I (Part B)
12512YB

Oth Classical Lang II
12522X0

Oth Classical Lang II
12522Y0

Oth Classical Lang II (Part A)
12522YA

Oth Classical Lang II (Part B)
12522YB

Oth Classical Lang III
12532Y0

Oth Classical Lang III Honors
12535X0

Oth Classical Lang IV Honors
12545X0

Oth Classical Lang V Honors
12555X0

Oth Classical Lang VI Honors
12565X0

Other Modern Language

Elementary School (ES) Other Modern Language
1300 - Z
Series
Elementary language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more throughout the year.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Elementary courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Z0 course code.
ES Oth Modern Lang (less than 1 year of study)
13002Z0
Elementary classes of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Z series code ending in 0.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the Kindergarten classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Oth Modern Lang (1 year of study)
13002Z1
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 1.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 1st grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 4th grade classes.
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ES Oth Modern Lang (2 years of study)
13002Z2
Elementary classes of students who will have completed 2 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 2.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 2nd grade classes, and a grades 3 - 5 program would use it for the 5th grade classes.
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ES Oth Modern Lang (3 years of study)
13002Z3
Elementary classes that will have completed 3 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 3.
Examples: A K-5 program would use this code for the 3rd grade classes.
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ES Oth Modern Lang (4 years of study)
13002Z4
Elementary classes that will have completed 4 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 4.
ES Oth Modern Lang (5 years of study)
13002Z5
Elementary classes that will have completed 5 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 5.
ES Oth Modern Lang (6 years of study)
13002Z6
Elementary classes that will have completed 6 years of study of this language by the end of this class or year...use the Z series code ending in 6.
Middle School (MS) Other Modern Language
1300 - Y
Series
Middle school language courses that build proficiency meet 90 minutes per week or more for at least one semester, but do not earn high school credit.
Exit proficiency expectations are described based on the number of years of study that students have had,
as outlined in the proficiency charts explained in the Unpacking Document for FLES/Early Start & Middle School Programs.
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Middle school courses that do not meet the 90 minutes per week minimum or are of short duration, such as 6-week or 9-week rotations,
are actually Exploratory Language courses that use the 12752Y0 course code.
MS Oth Modern Lang, Beg. (less than 1 year)
13002Y0
Middle school classes that are at least one semester long and are comprised of students who are taking the language for the first time, regardless of grade level, use the Y series code ending in 0.
Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program would use it for the 7th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer the first part (Part A) of a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders or the 7th graders.
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MS Oth Modern Lang, Beg. (1 year)
13002Y1
Middle school classes that are are comprised of students who will have completed 1 year of study of this language by the end of this class or year use the Y series code ending in 1.Examples: A grades 6 - 8 program would use this code for the year-long 6th grade class(es), and a grades 7 - 8 program that offers one semester per year would use it for the 8th grade class(es).
Alternatively for this example, the middle school could offer a Level I High School credit class to the 6th graders, or the second part (Part B) of a Level I High School credit class to the 8th graders.
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MS Oth Modern Lang, Cont. (2 years)
13002Y2

MS Oth Modern Lang, Cont. (3 years)
13002Y3

Other Modern Language for high school credit

Examples:
Hindi
Portuguese
Turkish
1300 - X
Series
High school credit courses are part of articulated, sequenced, language-focused programs that develop proficiency in the modern language, provide the credits students need to meet and exceed college entrance requirements, and have proficiency level outcomes for each communication mode and culture that are adjusted based on language acquisition research and language type (alphabetic, logographic, visual).
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The titles of each course are linked on the left to downloadable documents that contain the Clarifying Objectives from the North Carolina World Language Essential Standards for the proficiency level outcomes.
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Community College World Language courses have been crosswalked or aligned to high school credit courses so that students in Early College programs or those who take language courses from a community college can be scheduled appropriately into the language sequence.
Oth Modern Lang I
13012X0
Elementary Portuguese I (POR 111 and POR 181) - 1C555X0
Oth Modern Lang I
13012Y0

Oth Modern Lang I (Part A)
13012YA

Oth Modern Lang I (Part B)
13012YB

Oth Modern Lang II
13022X0
Elementary Portuguese II (POR 112 and POR 182) - 1C565X0
Oth Modern Lang II
13022Y0

Oth Modern Lang II (Part A)
13022YA

Oth Modern Lang II (Part B)
13022YB

Oth Modern Language III
13032Y0

Oth Modern Lang III Honors
13035X0
Intermediate Portuguese I (POR 211 and POR 281) - 1D175X0
Oth Modern Lang IV Honors
13045X0
Intermediate Portuguese II (POR 212 and POR 282) - 1D185X0
Oth Modern Lang V Honors
13055X0
Portuguese Conversation (POR 221) - 1D195X0
Oth Modern Lang VI Honors
13065X0
Reading and Composition (POR 231) - 1D205X0
Oth Modern Lang VII Honors
13075X0

Oth Modern Lang VIII Honors
13085X0




Oth Modern Lang Heritage I
13092X0

Oth Modern Lang Heritage I
13092Y0

Oth Modern Lang Heritage I (Part A)
13092YA

Oth Modern Lang Heritage I (Part B)
13092YB

Oth Modern Lang Heritage II
13102Y0

Oth Modern Lang Heritage II (Part A)
13102YA

Oth Modern Lang Heritage II (Part B)
13102YB

Oth Modern Lang Heritage II Honors
13105X0

Exploratory

Exploratory Language
12752Z0
Elementary Exploratory Language courses meet less than 90 minutes per week and focus on goals such as introducing basic vocabulary for one or more languages and teaching students about different cultures.
These courses are sometimes called FLEX, which stands for Foreign Language EXploratory, and, because of the limited amount of instructional time, are not designed to build proficiency.
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Exploratory Language
12752Y0
Middle School Exploratory Language courses meet less than 90 minutes per week and/or are courses of short duration, such as 6-weeks or 9-weeks, which are designed to introduce students to one or more languages and to teach them about different cultures. These courses are sometimes part of a "wheel" or rotation of courses designed to create interest in future course offerings and allow students to explore languages they might take at the high school level.
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Amer Sign Lang I 12812X0
Amer Sign Lang I 12812Y0
Amer Sign Lang I (Part A) 12812YA
Amer Sign Lang I (Part B) 12812YB
Amer Sign Lang II 12822X0
Amer Sign Lang II 12822Y0
Amer Sign Lang II (Part A) 12822YA
Amer Sign Lang II (Part B) 12822YB
ASL III 12832Y0
ASL III Honors 12835X0
ASL IV Honors 12845X0
ASL V Honors 12855X0
ASL VI Honors 12865X0
ASL VII Honors 12875X0
ASL VIII Honors 12885