MaFLA worked in collaboration with the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to develop model World Language Assessments to support world language programming across the state. Below, you’ll find assessments focused on the three modes of communication (Interpretive, Interpersonal, Presentational) and the four skills (reading, listening, speaking, and writing), as well as model assessments for Classical languages.
Interpretive Reading and Listening
Model assessments provided by Jorge Allen of Andover Public Schools.
Model assessments provided by Catherine Ritz of Arlington Public Schools.
Model assessments provided by Tim Eagan of Wellesley Public Schools.
Model assessments provided by Leanne Villani of Pentucket Public Schools.
While MaFLA does not endorse the following assessments, districts looking for external assessment measures of proficiency may want to investigate the following: