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Yuva Hindi Sansthan, Inc. (student)

YHS Bensalem STARTALK Hindi Language and Cultural Camp 2012

Hindi • August 6, 2012August 17, 2012
  • Bensalem High School, Bensalem, PA

YHS Bensalem STARTALK Hindi Camp, a two-week language and culture immersion program, is organized by Yuva Hindi Sansthan in collaboration with Bensalem Township School District from August 6 to 17, 2012 in Bensalem, PA. Our targeted number of enrolled students is 100. The ten day curriculum, divided into four thematic units, will introduce new information in small chunks and recycle the previous elements for frequent reinforcement. Systematic use of technology will be integrated in performance tasks. We will engage students in conversations, exchanging information and expressing feelings and opinions in the target language. By the end of the program, besides the Hindi script, students will know vocabulary and collocations related to the four units of the theme, selected formulaic expressions and selected sentence structures. They will be able to identify many cultural products and practices related to the four units and know selected pragmatic expressions. They will be ready to use a variety of words and expressions in simple conversations and written texts, courtesy formulas for greeting, thanking, complimenting and introducing self and others.

732-318-9891 • yhsbensalem2012@gmail.comhttp://www.yuvahindisansthan.org

Yuva Hindi Sansthan, Inc. (student)

YHS STARTALK Summer Hindi Language and Culture Camp 2013

Hindi • August 5, 2013August 16, 2013
  • YHS STARTALK Hindi Language and Culture Camp 2013, Hatfield, PA

Yuva Hindi Sansthan, a non-profit educational and cultural organization, will hold its fourth YHS STARTALK Hindi program from August 5 to 17, 2013 at Pennfield Middle School in Hatfield, PA. About 60 rising sixth graders to rising 9th graders in the age group 10-14 will learn Hindi through exposure to and use of the target language. The curricula will include contents from geography, science, history, and civics (core subjects of Framework for 21st Century Learning). Science and technology, which form part of STEM, will also contribute to these contents. The real-life content will include basic concepts and relevant. comprehensive, detailed, and intensive curriculum, based on ACTFL performance guidelines for K-12 learners, which will developed around the over-arching theme, “A Virtual Trip to India”, divided into four sub-themes: 'Getting Ready for the Trip', 'Visiting India's Capital New Delhi', 'Visiting an Indian Village', and 'Visiting Mumbai'. Each sub theme will be woven around basic linguistic needs for the two levels. By the end of the program students will know and be able to understand and use basic Hindi structures and the Devanagari script.

732-339-9099 • yhsbensalem2012@gmail.com

Yuva Hindi Sansthan, Inc. (student)

YHS STARTALK Hindi Language and Culture Camp 2014

Hindi
  • July 21, 2014August 8, 2014: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Nash Elementary School, Harleysville, PA

The fifth Yuva Hindi Sansthan STARTALK Hindi Language and Culture Camp, a three-week (105 hours) immersion program for primary and middle school students, will be held from July 21 to August 8, 2014 in partnership with North Penn School District, Lansdale, PA.The program methodology is multi-sensory and project-based learning with total language and culture immersion for 60 young learners which will provide opportunities to use the language in a variety of core subjects, a simulated India bazaar, a field trip and afternoon extra-mural activities – all through one hundred percent exposure in the target language. By end of the program students will learn Hindi language, Devanagari script, at least 30 formulaic expressions, and series of sentence structures to create with the language and describe familiar and unfamiliar real life situations. With all the extensive exposure to the target language and culture, the program participants will be able to communicate in culturally appropriate ways on simple survival type topics in the three modes of communication (with more emphasis on oral-aural skills). In addition to a reunion in November 2014, we will continue to provide our participants online resources for continued learning instructional support.

732-318-9891 • yhsbensalem2012@gmail.comhttp://www.yuvahindisansthan.org

Yuva Hindi Sansthan, Inc. (student)

YHS STARTALK HINDI LANGUAGE AND CULTURE CAMP 2015

Hindi
  • July 27, 2015August 14, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Nash Elementary Shool, Harleysville, PA

YHS STARTALK Hindi Language and Culture Camp 2015, a three-week (105 hours) immersion program for 45 primary and middle school students, is based on national standards and STARTALK endorsed principles for effective learning and teaching. This project-based program will provide opportunities to use the language in a variety of core subjects, a field trip and extra-mural activities-all in target language. Prior to the program students will be provided online materials in order to help them familiarize with Hindi alphabets, words and phrases and audio-visual content. In the post-program period we will guide students to complete online activities in order to help them continue their Hindi learning. We will dedicate three hours for direct language instruction with additional time for art, craft, music and dance-all feeding systematically into the vocabulary and structures introduced in the language classes. By the end of the program students will able to handle simple communicative tasks and social situations with increased quantity and quality of speech. They will understand and comprehend many requests and courtesy expressions, read simple connected texts with increased understanding, create with the language and describe familiar and unfamiliar real-life situations while producing evidences of their learning the language and related culture.

732-339-9099 • yhsbensalem2012@gmail.com
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