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LaSalle II Magnet School, A World Language School (student)

Startalk Urdu Language Camp at LaSalle II Magnet School

Urdu • June 22, 2011July 12, 2011
  • LaSalle II Magnet School, Chicago, IL

Our program is open to students in grades 1-8 who have had at least a year of Urdu. The theme is "Let's Go to Pakistan and India!" Students will be able to identify where in the world Urdu is spoken; identify and describe major celebrations, traditions, and ustoms of Urdu-speaking people; and communicate effectively in real-world situations using the Urdu language. The camp will be three weeks, three hours per day with a thirty minute break, which includes a snack time with food provided by local restaurants. Each day will begin with a thirty minute yoga session. Once a week, we will take field trips to Devon Avenue and to local cultural institutions. Participating instructors are Ms. Malick, LaSalle II's Urdu teacher and instructors from the University of Chicago will lead our program. We will ask students to pay a $50 registration fee to assist in the coverage of materials and field trips. Scholarships will be available to those in need. Please do not hesitate to contact Nicole Aquino, world language coordinator, if you have any questions.

773-534-0490 Ext. 48396 • nmaquino@cps.eduhttp://www.lasalle2school.com

LAUSD (student)

Stratalk: exploring Arabic through technology, visual arts and

Arabic • June 18, 2012August 31, 2012
  • Not Provided, CA

323-521-1290 • bpensami@lausd.nethttp://www.arabic-socal.com

Lewis University (student)

Lewis University Summer Language Camp for High School Students

Romeoville, IL • Arabic • June 14, 2009 June 27, 2009
Romeoville, IL • Chinese • June 14, 2009 June 27, 2009

In the summer of 2009, Lewis University will offer two, two-week sessions in beginning Arabic and Chinese to 24 highly-motivated eleventh and twelfth graders from Will County high schools, Illinois. Admission to the program is competitive. For those accepted, instruction in both languages is free. Students who will successfully complete the course will receive three transferrable university credits. The main goals of the Program are to help students to acquire the ability to communicate in the target language and to familiarize them with the culture of the countries where Arabic and Chinese are spoken. Both sessions will take place from June 15th through June 27th. Classes will be conducted every day from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will be supplemented by a variety of extra-curricular cultural activities. Lunch and transportation are provided. .

(815)836-5544 • gettysse@lewisu.eduhttp://www.lewisu.edu

Lewis University (student)

STARTALK: Arabic, Chinese, and Russian Summer Day Camp at Lewis University

Arabic, Chinese, Russian • June 19, 2011July 9, 2011
  • STARTALK: Arabic, Chinese, and Russian Summer Day Camp at, Romeoville, IL

In the summer of 2011, Lewis University will offer its third annual summer Startalk Program in three critical languages to a group of 45 highly-motivated high-school and college students. This three-week, fast-paced, standards-based, non-residential program conducted from June 19th to July 9th, 2010, will immerse its participants into a culturally rich target language environment. Students who successfuly complete the program will earn three Lewis University credits equivalent to one semester study in the respective foreign language. As in the previous years, the program participants will have an opportunity to to maintain and further develop their language proficiency beyond the summer program by enrolling in the regular Lewis University language courses through the 2011-2012 academic year. The Program will offer its students a variety of engaging, student-centered activities.

815-836-5544 • gettysse@lewisu.eduhttp://www.lewisu.edu

Lewis University (student)

Startalk: Summer Language Institute at Lewis University

Arabic, Chinese, Russian, Turkish • June 18, 2012July 14, 2012
  • STARTALK: Summer Language Institute, Romeoville, IL

In the summer of 2012, Lewis University will offer a four-week Startalk Program in four critical languages ( Arabic, Chinese, Russian, and Turkish) to 60 highly-motivated high-school and college students. The program will be conducted from June 18th to July 14th, 2012 on the University Campus and will immerse its participants into a culturally rich target language environment. Students who successfuly complete the program will earn three Lewis University credits equivalent to one semester study in the respective foreign language. As in the previous years, the program participants will have an opportunity to to maintain and further develop their language proficiency beyond the summer program in the regular Lewis University language courses through the 2012-2013 academic year. The main goal of the Program is acquiring the ability to communicate in the target language at the Begining Level. The Program will offer its students a variety of engaging, student-centered activities.

815-836-5544 • gettysse@lewisu.edu

Lewis University (student)

Startalk Summer Language Institute at Lewis University

Chinese, Russian
  • June 16, 2014July 12, 2014: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Lewis University, Romeoville, IL

Lewis University offers its four-week summer Startalk program to 30 rising high school and college students interested in learning Russian or Chinese. The program will immerse its participants into a culturally rich target language environment and will offer its students a variety of engaging activities under the umbrella theme "A trip to St. Petersburg/Taipei." Students will learn how to get around the major Taiwanese/Russian city, learn about places of interest, engage in basic conversation with "locals", conduct simple transactions in a store, restaurants, ask for directions etc.. This non-residential program will run from Monday, June 16th till Friday, July 11th, Monday through Friday (except Friday, July the 4th) with Orientation Day on Sunday, June 15th and Graduation Day on Saturday, July 12th. Classroom instruction will be conducted from 9 am to 1:30 pm with 30 minutes lunch break at the University Dining Room from 12 pm to 12:30 pm. From 1:30 to 2:30 pm on all week days, except Friday, students will be involved in a variety of culturally-oriented activities that will require the use of the target language. Students who successfully complete the program will earn three tuition-free transferable college credits.

815-836-5544 • gettysse@lewisu.eduhttp://www.lewisu.edu

Lewis University (student)

Lewis University Star Talk 2015

Chinese, Russian
  • June 15, 2015July 10, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • 2015 STARTALK Summer Language Institute at Lewis University, , Romeoville, IL

Lewis University offers its four-week summer Startalk program to 30 rising high school and college students interested in learning Russian or Chinese. The program will immerse its participants into a culturally rich target language environment and will offer its students a variety of engaging activities under the umbrella theme "A trip to St. Petersburg/Taipei." Students will learn how to get around the major Taiwanese/Russian city, learn about places of interest, engage in basic conversation with "locals", conduct simple transactions etc. This non-residential program will run from Monday, June 15th till Friday, July 10th, Monday through Friday. Student will stay on the campus daily from 9 am to 2:30 pm (except on Fridays when school ends at 12 noon). Classroom instruction will be conducted from 9 am to 1:30 pm with 30 minutes lunch break at the University Dining Room. From 1:30 to 2:30 pm on all week days, except Friday, students will be involved in a variety of culturally-oriented activities that will require the use of the target language. Students who successfully complete the program will earn three tuition-free transferable college credits.

815-836-5319 • huli@lewisu.eduhttp://www.lewisu.edu/startalk/

Lewis University, Romeoville, IL (student)

STARTALK: Chinese Summer Camp at Lewis University, Romeoville, IL

Chinese • June 14, 2010 July 20, 2010Residential Program
  • Chinese Summer Camp at Lewis University, Romeoville, IL

This unique four-weeks Mandarin Chinese Summer Camp will comprise two sessions: 1. The intensive non-residential session, June 14 through June 26, will cover the first semester of Mandarin Chinese. Participants will earn three college academic credits. Students accepted to the program will be provided with five hours of instruction a day in Mandarin Chinese from Monday through Friday 2. The second full-immesrion residential session, July 6 through July 20, will cover the second semester of Mandarin Chinese. Participants will earn additional three academic credits. In addition to five to six hours of daily instruction, students who are accepted to the second session will be provided with full board and accomodation on the Univrsity main campus in Romeoville, IL. Classroom instruction will be supplemented by a variety of extra-curricular activities, including games, movies, field-trips. Who is eligible? 1. High school students entering or currently enrolled in the 11th or 12th grades 2. Incoming Lewis University freshmen and current Lewis freshmen entering sophomore status Preference will be given to applicants demonstratig strong commitment to a continued study of Mandarin Chinese at Lewis University

815-836-5544 • gettysse@lewisu.eduhttp://www.lewisu.edu/startalk

Lexington County School District One (student)

Startalk for Schools of the Future 2012

Chinese • July 16, 2012July 26, 2012
  • White Knoll High School, Lexington, NM

Providing a STARTALK program in Chinese for students is a fantastic opportunity for Lexington One to offer the students and families in our community a first-hand look into how and why learning Chinese will not only enrich their learning but also help them become more globally competitive. We will offer one, 8 day program to 80 students in grades 7-12. Our goal is to increase awareness of the Chinese language and culture, creating in these students an interest in continuing their learning of the Chinese language in high school. Ms. Joa He, a local Chinese teacher, is very excited about the opportunity to collaborate and plan with the world language coordinator and the World Languages Schools of the Future task force in Lexington One on this project. This task force consists of teachers, parents and administrators who are planning for language learning opportunities for our students that will give them the opportunity to learn language through tasks in the 3 modes (interpretive, interpersonal and presentational) using innovative 21st century skills, strategies, social media and technology that make communication real and purposeful.

803-821-1054 • dsamples@lexington1.nethttp://www.lexington1.net

Lexington County School District One (student)

Lex One STARTALK for Schools of the Future 2013

Chinese • June 17, 2013June 27, 2013
  • White Knoll High School, Lexington, SC

Our STARTALK program, offered in Lexington County School District One, SC, will give our students and community a first-hand look into how and why learning Chinese will enrich their learning and help them become more globally competitive. We will offer 2 programs, 4 days in length each and is open to 80 participants in grades 7-12. Program hours and duration would be from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for a total of 6 instructional hours each day for 8 days over two weeks.

803-821-1054 • dsamples@lexington1.nethttp://blog.lexington1.net/instruction/world-languages-and-partial-immersion/

Lexington County School District One, SC (student)

STARTALK for Lexington One Schools of the Future

Chinese • June 13, 2011June 24, 2011
  • Lexington High School, Lexington, SC

The primary goals for the STARTALK program are for students to experience Chinese language and culture. We want these learners to recognize the benefits of learning Chinese in today’s world and also to realize that it can be enjoyable and rewarding. Our goal is for learners in this program to begin to see the wonders of Chinese culture through glimpses into their dance, sports, art, opera, sculptures, geography, history etc… and be inspired to want to learn more. We want to them to be able to show a product of their learning through their project that will advocate for themselves and the program that it is possible to learn something communicative, exciting and meaningful inside a week in a language like Chinese.

803-821-1054 • dsamples@lexington1.nethttp://www.lexington1.net/

Lincoln High School (student)

STARTALK Summer Arabic Program

Arabic • June 13, 2011June 30, 2011
  • Des Moines Public Schools, Des Moines, IA

Lincoln High School, DMPS, will implement a 60 hour (3 week) summer Arabic program for students in 10th - 12th grades who have no Arabic language experience or limited proficiency. The goal is to motivate students to become active learners of languages especially Arabic. Students will acquire proficiency in reading and communicating about themselves and their family; food and numbers; and animals and geography. In addition, students will have field trips where they are able to compare cultures. The daily activities will include instruction in Arabic by native speakers, use of technology for discovery of food, geography, and cultures and hands-on activities. Students will also use programs and websites to promote written and oral language development. Classes will meet Monday through Thursday from 9:00 to 2:00. Enrollment will be limited to 60 students.

515-242-7500 Ext. 3829 • mary.stimmel@dmps.k12.ia.ushttp://www.dmps.k12.ia.us/

Lincoln High School, Des Moines Public Schools (student)

STARTALK Summer Arabic Program 2012

Arabic • June 4, 2012June 22, 2012
  • Lincoln High School, Des Moines, Iowa, IA

Lincoln High School, will implement a 60 hour (3 week) summer Arabic program for high school students. The goal of the program is to motivate students to become active learners of languages especially Standard Arabic. Classes will meet Monday through Thursday from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. Enrollment will be limited to 100 students. Students will be divided into ability groups for Novice, Intermediate, and Advanced learners. The themes for the curriculum are “A Visit with an Exchange Student”, “A Family Celebration”, and “An Exotic Vacation”. Students will acquire proficiency in reading and communication about themselves, family, food, celebrations, shopping, the environment, and weather. In addition, students will have optional field trips to the zoo to feed giraffes and ride camels and to a Lebanese restaurant to taste the flavors of Arabic cuisine. The daily activities will include instruction in Arabic by native speakers; use of technology for research, portfolio development, and language development; and hands-on cultural and art activities. Instructors will use the Interpersonal, Interpretative, and Presentational modes for assessments. Students will earn one semester of High School credit for successful completion of the program.

515-242-7500 Ext. 3829 • mary.stimmel@dmschools.orghttp://www.dmps.k12.ia.us

Los Angeles Unified School District (student)

Passport to the Arab World

Bell, CA • Arabic • July 1, 2009 August 26, 2009
Los Angeles, CA • Arabic • July 6, 2009 July 17, 2009

In an authentic environment, students will learn to communicate purposefully in the target language as listeners, speakers, readers, and writers. The Arabic culture will be a natural component of language use in all activities. This will be supported through field trips into the local Arabic community. Students will acquire basic knowledge of the history of Arabic music and its influence on Western music, learn how to make Arabic food, and develop positive attitudes toward cultural diversity. Other relevant themes will include world history, health, science, and math. Students will be encouraged to take risks as language learners as the learning environment will be positive and supportive. Students will be expected to communicate, interpret, and present in beginning/intermediate levels. They will be assessed formally and informally on how well they meet the objectives of the lessons.

213-241-4681 • hhaskell@lausd.nethttp://arabic-socal.com/

Los Angeles Unified School District (student)

Passport To India

Bell, CA • Hindi • July 11, 2009 August 30, 2009

Students at Bell High School, during the summer of 2009, will have an opportunity to learn Hindi. This enriching experience will give them a glimpse into a popular world language. The students will enjoy an immersion into various aspects of Indian culture. Through Hindi, students will learn the history, culture, traditions, geography, and economics of India. This learning experience will enhance their understanding of global dynamics. Using Hindi language as a medium, the instructor will teach units that emphasize currency, weather, festivals, family structure, schools, clothing, and so forth. Students will learn the Hindi alphabet, phonetics, numbers, colors, calendars and dates, interwoven in a rich cultural experience. The course will also use technology as an audio-visual aid; the Internet, PowerPoint, television, videos, and MP3 players will be used liberally, keeping learning relevant to current times. Students will visit an Indian restaurant and display familiarity with elements of Indian hospitality. Throughout the course, a variety of opportunities will be provided to assess student understanding. Weekly quizzes, group and individual presentations, and MP3 recordings will be part of formal assessment. Informal assessment will be based on simulated situations, ordering food in a restaurant, and showing courtesy while speaking Hindi.

213-241-4681 • hhaskell@lausd.net

Los Angeles Unified School District (student)

Arabic Mosaic: Apprenticeship in Language and Culture throughout the Arab World

Arabic • June 5, 2010 August 27, 2010
  • Bell High School, Bell, CA
  • New Tech High School @ Jefferson High, Los Angeles, CA
  • Roybal Learning Center, Los Angeles, CA

2010's STARTALK Arabic program includes three sites: Bell HS, Roybal LC, and New Tech HS @ Jefferson High. Levels 2 and 3 will be offered at the three sites, as well as a series for Heritage speakers at Bell HS.

213-241-5582 • william.chang@lausd.nethttp://www.arabic-socal.com

Los Angeles Unified School District (student)

STARTALK: exploring Arabic through technology, visual arts and photography

Arabic • July 5, 2011August 26, 2011
  • Roybal Learning Center, Los Angeles, CA
  • New Technology High School, Los Angeles,, CA
  • Bell High School, Bell, CA

The Los Angeles Unified School District's STARTALK program will take place at three sites: Bell High School, Roybal Learning Center and New Technology High School. The classes will provide continued Arabic learning opportunities for 150 high school students. ( Grades 9-12) The summer program will consist of 60 hours of instruction and will utilize technology,visual arts and photography to enhance learning. Target Students will be non-native levels II,III,IV (Honors) as well as Heritage speakers. The outcome will be to increase oral and written proficiencies by one sub-level.

323-314-3696 • mberger@lausd.nethttp://www.arabic-socal.com

Los Angeles Unified School District (student)

Startalk: Exploring Arabic through Visual Arts and Photography

Arabic • June 10, 2013August 28, 2013
  • Student Empowerment Academy, Los Angeles, CA
  • Bell High School, Bell, CA
  • Roybal Learning Center, Los Angeles, CA

This program will provide continued opportunities for study to a total of 150 students, grades 8-12 in 3 different sites in schools within Los Angeles Unified School District. Each site will deliver a 60-hour instructional program using a face-to-face and/or distance learning format and will enhance a standards-based approach with technology, visual and performing arts including comics and photography. The online virtual program will use Moodle and Read Arabic the NFLCR online platforms to deliver online instruction to students who select the distance learning option. The goal of the 60 hour program is to increase oral and written proficiencies by one sublevel on the ACTFL Proficiency Scales.

323-521-1290 • bpensami@lausd.nethttp://www.arabic-socal.com/

Los Angeles Unified School District (student)

Exploring Arabic Through Photography, Visual Arts, and Technology

Arabic
  • June 16, 2014July 7, 2014: Online and Face to Face (Roybal, Global, Hami ) (face-to-face)
  • June 16, 2014September 25, 2014: Online and Face to Face (Bell High only) (face-to-face)
  • July 7, 2014September 25, 2014: Online and Face to Face(Roybal, Global, Hami )) (online)
  • Bell High School, Bell, CA
  • Global Issues At Maya Angelou, Los Angeles, CA
  • Hamilton High School, Los Angeles, CA
  • Roybal Learning Center, Los Angeles, CA

As the second largest school district in the nation, the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) enrolls more than 640,000 students in kindergarten through 12th grade, at over 900 schools, and 187 public charter schools. The 2014 Startalk program will offer continuous opportunities for learning Arabic language and culture at four different sites for about 150 students, grades 8 through 12. The program will take place daily for three consecutive weeks at each site where teachers will deliver a 90-hour instructional session(s) using a face-to-face and distance learning model enhanced through technology, visual and performing arts, including comics and photography. The online virtual program will use Moodle and Read Arabic, the NCLCR online platform, for online instruction to students who select the distance learning option. The goal of the 90 hour program is to increase oral and written proficiency by one sub-level on the ACTFL Proficiency Scales.

310-914-2169 • debra.coaloa@lausd.nethttp://www.arabic-socal.com

Los Montios Language Center (in partnership with Jefferson County Public Schools [KY]) (student)

STARTALK: Connecting and Collaborating with the Arab World

Arabic • July 19, 2011August 6, 2011
  • Seneca High School, Louisville, KY

The Los Monitos Program "STARTALK: Connecting and Collaborating with the Arab World" will provide the Louisville/Kentuckiana region with a Arabic language learning experience for up to 30 public and private middle and high school students unique to the area. During the six-hour-long daily learning sessions students will participate in intensive language instruction against a backdrop of culture and technology, designed to establish life-long language learning skills as well as real-life connections with contemporaries from the Arab world. Students will develop language and intercultural competencies in order to connect with Arabic speakers locally through visits to the Louisville Islamic Center and virtually through weekly Skype calls and ePal exchanges. The Los Monitos STARTALK program is designed to provide students with opportunities to immediately use their new language and cultural competencies to make connections with contemporaries in the Arabic world that are sustainable well beyond the scope of this program. This intensive three-week program for all public and private middle and high school students is developed in collaboration between Los Monitos Language Center and the Jefferson County Public Schools.

502-644-2784 • julie@losmonitos.comhttp://www.losmonitos.com/startalk

Loyola Marymount University (teacher)

Chinese Language Teacher Preparation: Summer Institute for 2009

Los Angeles, CA • Chinese • June 15, 2009 August 7, 2009

The School of Education at Loyola Marymount University (LMU) continues with its second year of Chinese Language Teacher Preparation by offering a 6 -week long program leading to the certification of 25 qualified teachers of Mandarin in K-12 bilingual immersion or foreign language classrooms in California. The STARTALK Chinese Language Teacher Summer Institute for 2009 takes place between June 15th and August 10th 2009. 15 continuing Chinese Language teacher candidates (Cohort 1) will begin their second year in the MA and Elementary or Secondary credential program and will complete an additional 6 units of study. Cohort 1 will be joined by our second cohort of 10 Chinese Language Teacher candidates who will also complete 6 graduate units towards their California teaching credential and masters degree. STARTALK teacher candidates will also receive support in taking state-required licensure tests for teachers.

310 338-2924 • mlavaden@lmu.eduhttp://www.lmu.edu/soe

Loyola Marymount University (teacher)

LMU-STARTALK Chinese Language Teacher Summer Institute-2010

Chinese • June 28, 2010 August 6, 2010
  • LMU-STARTALK Chinese Language Teacher Summer Institute-2010, Los Angeles, CA

The School of Education at Loyola Marymount University (LMU) offers the Chinese Language Teacher Preparation Institute in our 6–week-long program leading to the certification of up to 30 qualified teachers of Mandarin in K-12 bilingual immersion or foreign language classrooms in California. The STARTALK Chinese Language Teacher Summer Institute for 2010 takes place between June 18th and August 11th 2010. 15 continuing Chinese Language teacher candidates (Cohort 2) will begin their second year in the Masters, Elementary or Secondary credential and bilingual authorization program will complete an additional 6 units of study. Cohort 2 will be joined by Cohort 3 of 15 Chinese Language Teacher candidates. STARTALK teacher candidates receive support in taking state-required licensure tests for teachers. We are pleased to partner with the STARTALK SCCCS student program where our candidates will have opportunities to observe, teach and model lessons. This year, we will conduct a small distance-learning pilot in collaboration with the Chinese-American International Schools (CAIS) Institute. Additionally, we are expanding the scope of our work by adding a research component: we will conduct a pilot study of development of Chinese language teachers through analyses of lesson plans and video-taped lesson delivery as well as interview data.

310-338-2924 • mlavaden@lmu.eduhttp://soe.lmu.edu/admissions/programs/bilingual/cbte.htm

Loyola Marymount University (teacher)

Chinese Language Teacher Preparation: Summer Institute for 2011

Chinese • June 30, 2011August 8, 2011
  • Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA

The School of Education at Loyola Marymount University (LMU) is committed to respond the the state and national demand for highly qualified Mandarin language teachers by initiating the fourth cohort of teacher candidates in the Chinese Language Teacher Preparation Program. The 6–week-long program leads to the certification of a targeted 17 qualified teachers of Mandarin in K-12 bilingual immersion or foreign language classrooms in California. The LMU STARTALK Chinese Language Teacher Summer Institute for 2011 takes place between June 1st and August 11th 2011, with courses taking place between June 27th and August 10th. 7 continuing Chinese Language teacher candidates (Cohort 3) will begin their second year in the MA and Elementary or Secondary credential program and complete an additional 6 units of study. Cohort 3 will be joined by the newly admitted Cohort 4 with 10 Chinese Language Teacher candidates who will also complete 6 graduate units towards their California teaching credential and masters degree, and bilingual authorization.

310-338-2924 • mlavaden@lmu.eduhttp://soe.lmu.edu/admissions/programs/bilingual/cbte.htm

Loyola Marymount University (teacher)

LMU-STARTALK Chinese Language Teacher Summer Institute for 2012

Chinese • June 1, 2012August 6, 2012
  • Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA

The Loyola Marymount University (LMU) STARTALK Chinese Language Teacher Summer Institute 2012 responds the the state and national demand for highly qualified Mandarin language teachers by initiating the fifth cohort of teacher candidates in the Chinese Language Teacher Preparation Program. The 6–week-long program leads to certification for 17 teachers of Mandarin in K-12 bilingual immersion or foreign language classrooms in California. Four 6 unit courses are offered between June 25 and August 3rd to 7 continuing Chinese Language teacher candidates (Cohort 4) and newly admitted Cohort 5 (10) Chinese Language Teacher candidates. Courses lead to a California teaching credential, masters degree, and bilingual authorization. This year LMU is also offering a professional development Certificate in Teaching Chinese in PreK-12 Classrooms, from May-August, 2012. This hybrid (online) program is taught in Mandarin by experienced instructors and targets Mandarin speakers and teachers in immersion, bilingual/dual language and heritage language programs Both credentialed Teachers and non-credentialed teachers teachers are eligible. The 12-unit continuing education certificate consists of: Course 1 – Content-based Instruction in Mandarin- 4 units Course 2 – Practicum in Teaching Mandarin- 2 units Course 3 – Technology Integration in Mandarin Instruction- 3 units Course 4 - Chinese Grammar Pedagogy- 3 units

310-338-2924 • Magaly.Lavadenz@lmu.eduhttp://soe.lmu.edu/cbte

Loyola Marymount University (student)

STARTALK-LMU Chinese Early Education Summer Immersion Program

Chinese • June 18, 2012July 29, 2012
  • Walnut Elementary School, Walnut, CA
  • El Rincon Elementary School, Culver City, CA
  • Wedgeworth Elementary School, Hacienda Heights, CA

The STARTALK-LMU Chinese Early Language Immersion Program will offer a low cost Chinese Summer Immersion program for entering Kindergarten through second grade students. Together with our four partner Mandarin Immersion schools in southern California, we will offer standards-aligned arts and movement target language instruction in Mandarin delivered by credentialed teachers and focused on enriching, arts, literature and cultural learning activities. Through our partnership with the UCLA Confucius Institute, a Chinese artist in residence will provide authentic, guided cultural activities for students. Teacher student ratios of 20 students to 3 instructors will ensure quality, small group instruction through this 2 week long program. This program targets students are (1) incoming prekindergarten and (2) Kindergarteners and 1st and 2nd grades. Participating students are preK-2. Students will participate for 5 instructional hours per day, Monday through Thursday, for a duration of two weeks at each school site. For the program schedule and more information, please go to STUDENT REGISTRATION link on our website: Startalklmu.com.

310-338-2924 • mlavaden@lmu.eduhttp://www.startalklmu.com
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