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Virginia Beach City Public Schools (student)

Virginia Beach STARTALK Elementary Chinese Summer Academy

Chinese • June 28, 2010 July 22, 2010
  • Trantwood Elementary School, Virginia Beach, VA

The 2010 Virginia Beach STARTALK Elementary Chinese Summer Academy (VBSECSA) will provide 60 rising fifth graders with opportunities for language use as well as cultural insights and adventures. They will be selected on a first-come, first-served basis from all areas of the city. These children will achieve realistic proficiency goals as well as experience Tai Chi, Chinese dance, songs and art. Classes will begin on June 28, 2010 and end on July 22, 2010 and will meet from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. There will be no fees required, and ‎bus service will be provided.‎

757-263-1469 • maria.still@vbschools.com

Virginia Beach City Public Schools (student)

2011 STARTALK Elementary Chinese Summer Academy for Fifth Graders

Chinese • June 27, 2011July 21, 2011
  • Trantwood Elementary School, Virginia Beach, VA

The 2011 Virginia Beach STARTALK Elementary Chinese Summer Academy (VBSECSA) will provide 60 rising fifth graders with opportunities for language use as well as cultural insights and adventures. They will be selected by lottery from all areas of the city. These children will achieve realistic proficiency goals as well as experience Chinese songs, calligraphy, and painting. Classes will meet from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. from June 27, 2011 to July 21, 2011 with no classes on Fridays. The Academy will be free, and ‎bus service will be provided.‎

757-263-1469 • maria.nuzzo@vbschools.com

Virginia Beach City Public Schools (student)

Virginia Beach 2012 STARTALK Elementary Chinese Summer Academy for Fifth Graders

Chinese • June 25, 2012July 19, 2012
  • Christopher Farms Elementary School, Virginia Beach, VA

This a four-week half-day program open to rising fifth graders in the Virginia Beach City Public School division. Applicants are selected by lottery for 60 slots representing all three areas of the city. Students benefit from an immersive environment with Chinese language and culture learning intertwined. They will receive instruction in the Chinese arts of painting, calligraphy, and dance as well. A field trip to visit the Chinese Embassy in Washington, D.C. is planned.

757-263-1469 • Jennifer.Carson@vbschools.com

Virginia Beach City Public Schools (student)

2013 Virginia Beach STARTALK Elementary Chinese Summer Academies

Chinese • June 24, 2013July 18, 2013
  • Christopher Farms Elementary School, Virginia Beach, VA

This is a free four-week immersive program for rising fifth grade students. 60 students are selected by lottery equally from each of the three sections of the city. Participants attend class for four hours Monday-Thursday and receive instruction in martial arts, calligraphy, and brush painting as well as Mandarin Chinese language and culture. This year there will be an additional advanced class of 15 rising sixth grade students drawn from last summer's program. In addition, students will enjoy a day field trip to the Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Washington, D.C., followed by a visit to shops and a Chinese restaurant in Chinatown.

757-263-1469 • jennifer.carson@vbschools.com

Virginia Beach City Public Schools (student)

2014 Virginia Beach STARTALK Chinese Summer Academies

Chinese
  • June 23, 2014July 17, 2014: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Christopher Farms Elementary School, Virginia Beach, VA

This is a free four-week immersive program; the elementary classes introduce Mandarin Chinese to rising fifth grade students, while returning sixth grade students expand their knowledge in the advanced classes. For the elementary classes, 60 students are selected by lottery equally from each of the three sections of the city. Participants attend class four hours Monday-Thursday and receive instruction in martial arts, calligraphy, and brush painting as well as Mandarin Chinese language and culture. This year, there will be four elementary classes of 15 students, and two advanced classes of 15 students drawn from last summer's program. In addition, students will enjoy a day field trip to the Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Washington, D.C., followed by a visit to shops and a Chinese restaurant in Chinatown. In January and February of the following year, participants are invited to four after-school post-sessions which focus on celebration of the Chinese New Year.

757-263-1469 • jennifer.carson@vbschools.com

Virginia Beach City Public Schools (student)

2015 Virginia Beach STARTALK Summer Academies

Chinese, Russian
  • June 29, 2015July 23, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • • • Christopher Farms Elementary School, Virginia Beach, VA

This is a long-standing free four-week immersive program which offers four classes of elementary Chinese for rising fifth grade students and one class of advanced Chinese for returning rising sixth grade students. This is the first year that there will be two classes of elementary Russian offered to rising fifth grade students as well. For the elementary classes, students are selected by lottery equally from each of the three sections of the city (60 for Chinese and 30 for Russian). Participants attend class four hours Monday-Thursday, with enrichment instruction in the arts (folkloric dance/martial arts and painting/calligraphy). In addition, students will enjoy an afternoon field trip to further explore the respective language and culture studied. In February of the following year, participants will be invited to after-school post-sessions to continue their studies. The Chinese post-sessions focus on celebration of the Chinese New Year and culminate in a field trip to a heritage community Spring Festival. The Russian post-sessions bring students to a local high school to enjoy Russian food, dance, and crafts with the high school Russian students.

757-263-1469 • jennifer.carson@vbschools.com

Virginia Commonwealth University (student)

Virginia STARTALK Chinese Academy

Richmond, VA • Chinese • June 28, 2009 July 19, 2009Residential Session

The Virginia STARTALK Chinese Academy is integrated into the 2009 "Global Village" of the Virginia Governor's Foreign Language Academies (VGFLA) sponsored by the Virginia Department of Education. Sharing campus facilities and participating in several joint activities with the VGFLA, the three-week residential Chinese program for current Virginia tenth- and eleventh-grade foreign language students is housed on the campus of Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond from June 28, 2008, through July 19, 2009. The academy accepts beginners as well as students with prior study of Chinese (Mandarin). The program runs concurrently and in collaboration with the University of Virginia STARTALK Chinese Teachers Seminar.

804 225-3666 • flacademies@vcu.eduhttp://www.doe.virginia.gov/VDOE/Instruction/Language/GAindex.html

Virginia Commonwealth University (student)

Virginia STARTALK Arabic Academy

Richmond, VA • Arabic • June 28, 2009 July 19, 2009Residential Session

The Virginia STARTALK Arabic Academy is integrated into the 2009 "Global Village" of the Virginia Governor's Foreign Language Academies (VGFLA) sponsored by the Virginia Department of Education. Sharing campus facilities and participating in several joint activities with the VGFLA, the three-week residential Arabic program for current Virginia tenth- and eleventh-grade foreign language students is housed on the campus of Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond from June 28, 2008, through July 19, 2009. The academy accepts beginners as well as students with prior study of Arabic.

804 225-3666 • flacademies@vcu.eduhttp://www.doe.virginia.gov/VDOE/Instruction/Language/GAindex.html

Virginia Commonwealth University (student)

2010 Virginia STARTALK Arabic Academy

Arabic • June 27, 2010 July 18, 2010Residential Program
  • Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

The Virginia STARTALK Arabic Academy runs concurrently with the Virginia Governor's Foreign Language Academies. The application process for 2010 is complete. Participation is limited to Virginia students who applied for admission through their schools before the January 2010 deadline. Students interested in next year's program should consult the web site below in October 2010 for application information.

804-827-3418 • flacademies@vcu.eduhttp://www.doe.virginia.gov/instruction/foreign_language/language_academies/index.shtml

Virginia Commonwealth University (student)

2010 Virginia STARTALK Chinese Academy

Chinese • June 27, 2010 July 18, 2010Residential Program
  • Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

The Virginia STARTALK Chinese Academy runs concurrently with the Virginia Governor's Foreign Language Academies. The application process for 2010 is complete. Participation is limited to Virginia students who applied for admission through their schools before the January 2010 deadline. Students interested in next year's program should consult the web site below in October 2010 for application information.

804-827-3418 • flacademies@vcu.eduhttp://www.doe.virginia.gov/instruction/foreign_language/language_academies/index.shtml

Virginia Commonwealth University (student)

2011 VCU STARTALK Russian Academy

Russian • June 26, 2011July 16, 2011Residential Program
  • Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

The VCU STARTALK Russian Academy, a 21-day residential program for Virginia high-school students, is modeled along the lines of the Virginia Department of Education's Governor's Foreign Language Academy, which has offered summer residential programs in French, German, Spanish, Latin, Japanese, and Russian for Virginia's most motivated foreign language students since 1987. The Russian Academy incorporates 4-5 hours of formal daily instruction, plus an additional 6-8 hours daily of activities that promote active use and exposure to Russian. The curriculum is designed to meet the benchmarks for Modern Foreign Language Level I of the Virginia Foreign Language Standards of Learning (SOL), adjusted slightly for the skills of reading and writing to accommodate the non-Roman alphabet. The program runs concurrently with the VCU STARTALK Arabic and Chinese Academies. The application process for 2011 is complete. Participation is limited to Virginia students who applied for admission through their schools before the January 21, 2011 deadline. Students interested in next year's program should consult the web site below in October 2011 for application information.

804-827-3418 • pdvorak@vcu.eduhttp://www.has.vcu.edu/wld/academies/index.html

Virginia Commonwealth University (student)

2011 VCU STARTALK Arabic Academy

Arabic • June 26, 2011July 16, 2011Residential Program
  • Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

The VCU STARTALK Arabic Academy, a 21-day residential program for Virginia high-school students, is modeled along the lines of the Virginia Department of Education's Governor's Foreign Language Academy, which has offered summer residential programs in French, German, Spanish, Latin, Japanese, and Russian for Virginia's most motivated foreign language students since 1987. The Arabic Academy incorporates 4-5 hours of formal daily instruction, plus an additional 6-8 hours daily of activities that promote active use and exposure to Arabic. The curriculum is designed to meet the benchmarks for Modern Foreign Language Level I of the Virginia Foreign Language Standards of Learning (SOL), adjusted slightly for the skills of reading and writing to accommodate the non-Roman alphabet. The program runs concurrently with the VCU STARTALK Chinese and Russian Academies. The application process for 2011 is complete. Participation is limited to Virginia students who applied for admission through their schools before the January 21, 2011 deadline. Students interested in next year's program should consult the web site below in October 2011 for application information.

804-827-3418 • pdvorak@vcu.eduhttp://www.has.vcu.edu/wld/academies/index.html

Virginia Commonwealth University (student)

2011 VCU STARTALK Chinese Academy

Chinese • June 26, 2011July 16, 2011Residential Program
  • Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

The VCU STARTALK Chinese Academy, a 21-day residential program for Virginia high-school students, is modeled along the lines of the Virginia Department of Education's Governor's Foreign Language Academy, which has offered summer residential programs in French, German, Spanish, Latin, Japanese, and Russian for Virginia's most motivated foreign language students since 1987. The Chinese Academy incorporates 4-5 hours of formal daily instruction, plus an additional 6-8 hours daily of activities that promote active use and exposure to Chinese. The curriculum is designed to meet the benchmarks for Modern Foreign Language Level I of the Virginia Foreign Language Standards of Learning (SOL), adjusted slightly for the skills of reading and writing to accommodate the non-Roman alphabet. The program runs concurrently with the VCU STARTALK Arabic and Russian Academies. The application process for 2011 is complete. Participation is limited to Virginia students who applied for admission through their schools before the January 21, 2011 deadline. Students interested in next year's program should consult the web site below in October 2011 for application information.

804-827-3418 • pdvorak@vcu.eduhttp://www.has.vcu.edu/wld/academies/index.html

Virginia Commonwealth University (student)

2012 VCU STARTALK Chinese Academy

Chinese • June 24, 2012July 14, 2012Residential Program
  • Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

The VCU STARTALK Chinese Academy, a 21-day residential program for Virginia high-school students, is modeled along the lines of the Virginia Department of Education's Governor's Foreign Language Academy, which has offered summer residential programs in French, German, Spanish, Latin, Japanese, and Russian for Virginia's most motivated foreign language students since 1987. The Chinese Academy incorporates 4-5 hours of formal daily instruction, plus an additional 6-8 hours daily of activities that promote active use and exposure to Chinese. The curriculum is designed to meet the benchmarks for Modern Foreign Language Level I of the Virginia Foreign Language Standards of Learning (SOL), adjusted slightly for the skills of reading and writing to accommodate the non-Roman alphabet. The program runs concurrently with the VCU STARTALK Arabic, Portuguese, and Russian Academies. The application process for 2012 is complete. Participation is limited to Virginia students who applied for admission through their schools before the January 20, 2012 deadline.

804-827-3418 • pdvorak@vcu.eduhttp://www.has.vcu.edu/wld/academies/index.html

Virginia Commonwealth University (student)

2012 VCU STARTALK Arabic Academy

Arabic • June 24, 2012July 14, 2012Residential Program
  • Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

The VCU STARTALK Arabic Academy, a 21-day residential program for Virginia high-school students, is modeled along the lines of the Virginia Department of Education's Governor's Foreign Language Academy, which has offered summer residential programs in French, German, Spanish, Latin, Japanese, and Russian for Virginia's most motivated foreign language students since 1987. The Arabic Academy incorporates 4-5 hours of formal daily instruction, plus an additional 6-8 hours daily of activities that promote active use and exposure to Arabic. The curriculum is designed to meet the benchmarks for Modern Foreign Language Level I of the Virginia Foreign Language Standards of Learning (SOL), adjusted slightly for the skills of reading and writing to accommodate the non-Roman alphabet. The program runs concurrently with the VCU STARTALK Chinese, Russian, and Portuguese Academies. The application process for 2012 is complete. Participation is limited to Virginia students who applied for admission through their schools before the January 20, 2012 deadline.

804-827-3418 • pdvorak@vcu.eduhttp://www.has.vcu.edu/wld/academies/index.html

Virginia Commonwealth University (student)

2012 VCU STARTALK Portuguese Academy

Portuguese • June 24, 2012July 14, 2012Residential Program
  • Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

The VCU STARTALK Portuguese Academy, a 21-day residential program for Virginia high-school students, is modeled along the lines of the Virginia Department of Education's Governor's Foreign Language Academy, which has offered summer residential programs in French, German, Spanish, Latin, Japanese, and Russian for Virginia's most motivated foreign language students since 1987. The Portuguese Academy incorporates 4-5 hours of formal daily instruction, plus an additional 6-8 hours daily of activities that promote active use and exposure to Portuguese. The curriculum is designed to meet the benchmarks for Modern Foreign Language Level I of the Virginia Foreign Language Standards of Learning (SOL). The program runs concurrently with the VCU STARTALK Arabic, Chinese, and Russian Academies. The application process for 2012 is near completion. Participation is limited to Virginia students completing their sophomore or junior year, most of whom applied for admission through their schools before the initial January 20, 2012 deadline. Since we still have several openings, we will continue to accept applications until all slots are filled. Interested students should consult the website below for information about the program and contact the program director as soon as possible, if interested.

804-827-3418 • pdvorak@vcu.eduhttp://www.has.vcu.edu/wld/academies/index.html

Virginia Commonwealth University (student)

2012 VCU STARTALK Russian Academy

Russian • June 24, 2012July 14, 2012Residential Program
  • Virginia Commomwealth University, Richmond, VA

The VCU STARTALK Russian Academy, a 21-day residential program for Virginia high-school students, is modeled along the lines of the Virginia Department of Education's Governor's Foreign Language Academy, which has offered summer residential programs in French, German, Spanish, Latin, Japanese, and Russian for Virginia's most motivated foreign language students since 1987. The Russian Academy incorporates 4-5 hours of formal daily instruction, plus an additional 6-8 hours daily of activities that promote active use and exposure to Russian. The curriculum is designed to meet the benchmarks for Modern Foreign Language Level I of the Virginia Foreign Language Standards of Learning (SOL), adjusted slightly for the skills of reading and writing to accommodate the non-Roman alphabet. The program runs concurrently with the VCU STARTALK Arabic, Chinese, and Portuguese Academies. The application process for 2012 is complete. Participation is limited to Virginia students who applied for admission through their schools before the January 20, 2012 deadline.

804-827-3418 • pdvorak@vcu.eduhttp://www.has.vcu.edu/wld/academies/index.html

Washington-Saratoga-Warren-Hamilton-Essex Board of Cooperative Educational Services (student)

StarTalk Summer Language Immersion and Culture (SSLIC) Program

Saratoga Springs, NY • Chinese • July 13, 2009 July 17, 2009
Saratoga Springs, NY • Chinese • July 20, 2009 July 24, 2009
Queensbury, NY • Chinese • July 27, 2009 August 1, 2009
Queensbury, NY • Chinese • August 3, 2009 August 7, 2009

The StarTalk Summer Language Immersion and Culture (SSLIC) Program offers both elementary and secondary students the opportunity to explore Chinese language and culture in an activities-based program. Cooking, tai chi, calligraphy, watercolor painting, ribbon dancing, and puppetry are among the SSLIC activities. Technology-supported activities are also incorporated to reinforce learning. Community connections are developed via peer tutors from the heritage community and online exchanges with students in China. Secondary students also participate in a trip to Chinatown. The SSLIC Program, which is non-residential, is offered at two sites in New York: Saratoga Springs (elementary) and Queensbury (secondary). During the 2009-2010 school year, follow up activities will include an online course and after-school program.

518 581-3581 • psharkey@wswheboces.orghttp://www.wswheboces.org/lcrc

Washington-Saratoga-Warren-Hamilton-Essex Board of Cooperative Educational Services (student)

WSWHE BOCES StarTalk Summer Language Immersion and Culture (SSLIC) Program

Chinese • July 5, 2011July 29, 2011
  • Lake Avenue Elementary School, Saratoga Springs, NY

The WSWHE BOCES StarTalk Summer Language Immersion and Culture (SSLIC) Program stems from a regional initiative that first offered Chinese in 2007. This initiative has received support from StarTalk since 2008. SSLIC offers K-12 students in Upstate New York equitable access to Chinese instruction designed around best practices. Highlights of the SSLIC Program, which integrates instruction in language and culture in an immersion environment, include an online exchange with students in China, interactions with peer tutors from the Albany Chinese Community Center, participation in a service learning project, a trip to Chinatown in New York City, and cultural workshops such as tai chi, cooking, painting, and table tennis. The SSLIC Program incorporates the latest technology to empower the learner and enhance the educational experience. The primary objective of the SSLIC Program is to increase each student's interest in learning Chinese. For students that choose to continue learning Chinese, WSWHE BOCES offers a three-year extracurricular (after-school, online and summer) program, providing similar opportunities to those offered in traditional school day programs. In 2010, this program became part of the Hanban-Asia Society Confucius Classroom Network, which offers further opportunities to students, including the possibility of visiting China.

518-581-3581 • psharkey@wswheboces.orghttp://www.wswheboces.org/lcrc

Washington-Saratoga-Warren-Hamilton-Essex Board of Cooperative Educational Services (WSWHE BOCES) (student)

StarTalk Summer Language Immersion and Culture (SSLIC) Program

Chinese • July 6, 2010 July 30, 2010
  • Lake Avenue Elementary School, Saratoga Springs, NY

The WSWHE BOCES StarTalk Summer Language Immersion and Culture (SSLIC) Program is a regional initiative that began offering Chinese in 2007, receiving support from StarTalk in 2008 and 2009. This program offers K-12 students in Upstate New York equitable access to Chinese instruction designed around best practices. The SSLIC Program is offered to a diverse group of K-12 students from the WSWHE BOCES 31 component districts and the Albany Chinese Community Center. The primary objective of the SSLIC Program is to increase each student's commitment to learning Chinese. In addition, the language proficiency and cultural understanding of each participant are expected to increase at the rate described by the program goals and consistent with the student's age and initial proficiency. Highlights of the SSLIC Program, which integrates instruction in language and culture in an immersion environment, include a trip to Chinatown, an e-mail/PowerPoint exchange with classrooms in China, online Skype tutors, a service learning project, professional cultural performances and workshops, an art exchange, content-based instruction, and fun cultural activities. Technology plays a crucial role in supporting the integration of language and culture. During the 2010-2011 school year, after-school and online courses will also be offered.

518-581-3581 • psharkey@wswheboces.orghttp://www.wswheboces.org/lcrc

West Virginia Department of Education (student)

STARTALK: WVDE Language Leaper Summer Camp

Chinese • July 11, 2011July 22, 2011
  • Cheat Lake Elementary, Morgantown, WV

The West Virginia Department of Education in partnership with Monongalia County Schools present the WVDE Language Leaper Immersion Summer Camp Program for elementary students. Monongalia County School elementary students in grades K-5 will have the opportunity to engage in a two-week thematic and content-based summer camp experience in Morgantown, West Virginia. Students will develop initial Chinese language proficiency as they engage with program instructors and the newly developed media-enhanced West Virginia Elementary Language Leaper curriculum. Learners will travel aboard the Language Leaper spaceship and will explore Chinese language and culture within the experience of contextualized content-based learning. Students will document their initial accomplishments and language proficiency and will have the opportunity to continue their learning in the fall through formal Chinese classes in Monongalia County Public Schools.

304-558-0200 • rcrawford@access.k12.wv.ushttp://wvconnections.k12.wv.us/languageleaper.html

West Virginia Department of Education (student)

STARTALK: WVDE Language Leaper Summer Camp

Chinese • July 9, 2012July 20, 2012
  • Cheat Lake Elementary School, Morgantown, WV

The West Virginia Department of Education, in partnership with Monongalia County Schools, will offer the WVDE Language Leaper Immersion Summer Camp Program for 80 elementary students. Monongalia County elementary students who will enroll in grades 1-5 will have the opportunity to engage in a two-week thematic and content-based summer camp experience in Morgantown, WV. Students will develop initial Chinese proficiency as they interact with program instructors and the recently developed media-enhanced West Virginia Elementary Language Leaper curriculum. Learners will experience the Language Leaper program and explore Chinese language and culture within a contextualized and content-focused learning environment. Students will document their initial accomplishments and language proficiency through formative and self-assessment and will have the opportunity to continue their learning in the fall through formal Chinese classes in Monongalia County. Accomodations will be made to enrich the learning of heritage speakers. These students will have the opportunity to further their learning of the Chinese language through intermediate speaking opportunties, as well as reading and writing activities.

304-558-0200 Ext. 53018 • dlnichol@access.k12.wv.ushttp://wvconnections.k12.wv.us/languageleaper.html

West Virginia Department of Education (student)

STARTALK: WVDE Language Leaper Summer Camp

Chinese • June 17, 2013June 28, 2013
  • Cheat Lake Elementary School, Morgantown, WV

The West Virginia Department of Education, in partnership with Monongalia County Schools, will offer the WVDE Language Leaper Immersion Summer Camp Program for 80 elementary students. Monongalia County elementary students who will enroll in grades 1-5 will have the opportunity to engage in a two-week thematic and content-based summer camp experience in Morgantown, WV. Students will develop initial Chinese proficiency as they interact with program instructors and the media-enhanced West Virginia Elementary Language Leaper curriculum. Learners will experience the Language Leaper program and explore Chinese language and culture within a contextualized and content-focused learning environment. Students will document their initial accomplishments and language proficiency through formative and self-assessment and will have the opportunity to continue their learning in the fall through formal Chinese classes in Monongalia County. Accomodations will be made to enrich the learning of heritage speakers. These students will have the opportunity to further their learning of the Chinese language through intermediate speaking opportunties, as well as reading and writing activities.

304-558-0200 Ext. 53018 • dlnichol@access.k12.wv.ushttp://wvconnections.k12.wv.us/languageleaper.html

West Virginia Department of Education (student)

STARTALK: WVDE Chinese Immersion Summer Camp

Chinese
  • June 16, 2014June 27, 2014: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Cheat Lake Elementary School, Morgantown, WV

The West Virginia Department of Education, in partnership with Monongalia County Schools, will offer the WVDE Chinese Immersion Summer Camp Program for 80 elementary students. Monongalia County elementary students who will enroll in grades 1-5 will have the opportunity to engage in a two-week thematic and content-based summer camp experience in Morgantown, WV. Students will develop initial Chinese proficiency as they interact with native-speaking program instructors. Learners will experience and explore Chinese language and culture within a contextualized and content-focused learning environment. Students will document their initial accomplishments and language proficiency through formative and self-assessment and will have the opportunity to continue their learning in the fall through formal Chinese classes and extra-curricular activities in Monongalia County. Accomodations will be made to enrich the learning of heritage speakers. These students will have the opportunity to further their learning of the Chinese language through intermediate speaking opportunties, as well as reading and writing activities.

304-558-0200 Ext. 53018 • dlnichol@access.k12.wv.ushttp://wvconnections.k12.wv.us/languageleaper.html

West Virginia Department of Education (student)

STARTALK: WVDE Chinese Immersion Summer Camp

Chinese
  • June 15, 2015June 26, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • North Elementary School, Morgantown, WV

In partnership with the West Virginia Department of Education, Monongalia County Schools will offer the sixth annual STARTALK: WVDE Chinese Immersion Summer Camp from June 15-19 and June 22-26. County students who will be entering grades 1-5 will have the opportunity to engage in a two-week thematic and content-based summer day camp experience at North Elementary School. Students will develop or expand their knowledge of the Chinese language and culture through language lessons, cultural experiences and interaction with native speakers of Mandarin Chinese. Students will participate in follow-up sessions throughout the academic year.

304-558-0200 Ext. 53018 • dlnichol@k12.wv.us
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