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Belanno (student)

The Next World Ambassadors

Appleton, WI • Hindi • August 3, 2009 August 14, 2009Residential Session
Appleton, WI • Hindi • August 3, 2009 August 14, 2009Residential Session
Appleton, WI • Hindi • August 3, 2009 August 14, 2009Residential Session

The Fox Cities’ premiere private language school, Belanno, will offer a Hindi summer language camp in downtown Appleton from August 3-14. The two-week adventure will take children ages five through ten on a tour of Indian language and culture. Students will be immersed in a fun, learning-by-doing environment where they will explore the sights, sounds, and tastes of India. Belanno’s two native Hindi instructors will teach the language through games, art, dance, music, and other entertaining activities. Students will try out various Indian dance forms (including garba and bhangra), sing Indian folk songs and play the tabla (Indian drums) and sitar, learn yoga and its place in Indian history, and sample culinary delights from Sai Ram, Appleton’s popular Indian restaurant. Whether it’s crafting a model of India out of ice cream, making a timeline of India’s history, or leaning how to play cricket, this summer language camp is geared to not only teach language and culture but also develop teamwork and a sense of global citizenship among children.

920-843-2214 • cmoubarak@belanno.comhttp://www.belanno.com

Belanno (student)

Star Talk : We are World Ambassadors

Hindi, Swahili • August 2, 2010 August 13, 2010
  • Boys and Girls Brigade, Neenah, WI

Your Children Are The Next World Ambassadors. Imagine if everyone in the world could truly understand each other well enough to communicate with one another; to appreciate each other’s differences as much as the things all of us have in common. Imagining a world like this is exactly what Belanno is all about. Our mission is to provide high-quality language and cultural programs for children. We wish to help children grow within different cultures, to increase mutual respect with diverse cultures, and to encourage children to become citizens of the world. From August 2-13, 2010, 8:30 am-12:00 pm, we welcome children ages kindergarten through grade 5 to explore the language and culture of Kenya and India. Students may pick one language/culture to focus on for two weeks - Hindi or Swahili. With qualified teachers who are native speakers, your children will experience firsthand the language and culture of a completely different country. Classes will be in downtown Neenah at the Boys and Girls' Brigade. All children are welcome regardless of their level of experience with the language. Students will be put into classes according to age and ability.

920-843-2214 • cmoubarak@new.rr.comhttp://www.belanno.com

Beloit College - Center for Language Studies (student)

Summer Intensive Arabic or Chinese Language Study at Beloit

Beloit, WI • Arabic • June 13, 2009 August 7, 2009Residential Session
Beloit, WI • Chinese • June 13, 2009 August 7, 2009Residential Session

If you are serious about learning a language, come to one of the nation's finest summer intensive language programs, the Center for Language Studies at Beloit College. Our STARTALK scholarships offer domestic undergraduates from diverse backgrounds and talented high school students a great opportunity to study Arabic or Chinese this summer. With classes in the newest building on campus, the Center for the Sciences, our residential program features superb instructors, 26 hours per week of classroom study, and a variety of cultural activities. Past events include international dinners, demonstrations by the Qi Shu Fang Peking Opera Company, and an excursion to the Chicago Arabesque. This summer, our program will also make use of two of Beloit College’s most distinctive strengths--the Logan Museum of Anthropology and the Wright Museum of Art. A museum specialist will facilitate the use of artifacts from the museums in class. During our eight-week program (June 13 – August 7), these competitive scholarships cover the cost of tuition ($6,366), with scholarship recipients responsible for the cost of housing and meals ($1,795). All participants must be 17 years of age or older by the beginning of the program and must live on campus.

608-363-2277 • cls@beloit.eduhttp://www.summerlanguages.com

Berks County Intermediate Unit (student)

Gateway to China: STARTALK - Language Learning through Performing Arts

Chinese • June 13, 2013June 28, 2013
  • Berks County Intermediate Unit, Reading, PA

The Berks County Intermediate Unit’s summer language program, Gateway to China: STARTALK - Language Learning through Performing Arts, is a 12 day intensive non-residential program for students to learn Mandarin language and Chinese culture. This camp covers language levels from 0-4 and is for students in in-coming grades 7-12 . This no cost program offers a wonderful opportunity for students to work with experts in the fields of Chinese language, martial arts, and theater. Our camp runs from 8 am-4 pm Monday through Friday at the Berks County Intermediate Unit's office. The camp dates are: June 13 and 14, June 17-24 and June 24-28. Sign up information is on our website at www.berksiu.org/asc. Students will participate in hands-on experiences throughout the camp. A closing recital for parents, families, and community members will showcase student work. The final day of camp will be a field trip for all participating students.

610-987-8639 • suecal@berksiu.orghttp://www.berksiu.org/asc

Berks County Intermediate Unit (student)

STARTALK 2014: Gateway to China: Language Learning through Performing Arts

Chinese
  • July 7, 2014July 19, 2014: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Berks County Intermediate Unit, Reading, PA

The Berks County Intermediate Unit's STARTALK Camp, Gateway to China: Language Learning Through Performing Arts will offer middle and high school students a highly engaging and interactive Mandarin Language camp. Seven language teachers and Peking opera and Taiji instructors will teach students. Held on the beautiful grounds of Kutztown University, the camp will run July 7 through July 19 from 8:00 to 4:00 daily. The final day of camp will be a field trip to New York City. During camp, students will have the opportunity to create digital stories, participate in costume and makeup sessions and learn the movements of Peking opera. Lunch and snacks are included in the camp. There is no charge for students to attend. For information on applying please contact Susan Calvin, suecal@berksiu.org for additional information and for registration packets. All registrations will be due by May 1.

610-987-8639 • suecal@berksiu.orghttp://www.berksiu.org/asc

Berks County Intermediate Unit (student)

STARTALK 2015: Language Learning through Performing Art

Chinese
  • June 12, 2015June 12, 2015: Program Segment (online)
  • June 15, 2015June 30, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Alvernia University, Reading, PA

For the fourth year, the Berks County Intermediate Unit, Reading Pennsylvania, will hold an immersive Chinese language summer camp. STARTALK 2015: Language Learning Through Performing Arts will provide 50 incoming grade 7-12 students with an intensive language learning experience. Students will participate in language classes based on their incoming level of expertise. Taiji, Peking opera, puppetry and other cultural pieces will be included daily. A community performance and a field trip to Washington D.C. are the concluding pieces of the camp.

610-987-8639 • suecal@berksiu.orghttp://www.berksiu.org/asc

Berks County Intermediate Unit (BCIU) (student)

STARTALK: Learning Mandarin Chinese Language through Visual and Performing Arts

Chinese • June 18, 2012June 29, 2012
  • Berks County Intermediate Unit, Reading, PA

During the STARTALK summer program, students will create, perform, and participate in Chinese theatre, film/video, and electronic media; apply processes and skills in acting, directing, designing, and script writing; develop theatrical skills, analyze scripts, character research, reflection, and revision through the rehearsal process; write dialogues and scenes in Mandarin Chinese; apply basic dramatic structure: exposition, complication, conflict, crises, climax, and resolution; and design, produce, or perform scenes or plays, film/video, and electronic media from a variety of Chinese historical periods, styles, and media. The culminating activity will be a parent/community performance and exhibition to display student work. Our STARTALK program will serve 50 high school students (incoming 9th to 12th grade) with a two-week, intensive, non-residential experience for Mandarin Chinese language instruction (80 instructional hours). The program is designed for students with less than three years experience studying Mandarin Chinese language—including students with no previous experience. The program will run from June 18 to June 29, 2012 at the Berks County Intermediate Unit Education Centre.

610-987-8639 • suecal@berksiu.orghttp://www.berksiu.org/asc

Binghamton University (student)

Sounds of China: STARTALK—Learning Chinese through Beijing Opera Performance

Chinese
  • July 28, 2014August 15, 2014: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY

This unique summer camp integrates Mandarin Chinese language learning with the theme of Beijing Opera, a spectacular and distinctive style of Chinese performing art. Language classes, cultural classes, and crafts workshops will be scheduled in the morning, while Beijing Opera classes will be scheduled in the afternoon. Students will face real-world Chinese language situations and will have the chance to solve unpredictable challenges by using the Chinese language learned on the same day. A goal of this camp is to allow students to communicate with Chinese people of different ages, backgrounds, professions and personal experiences, including some Chinese, young and old, from the local Chinese community. In the end of this program, they will have the language skills to carry out various tasks, from basic survival tasks to expressing opinions. They will also have an understanding of Beijing Opera, including its singing style, the symbolic meaning of its specialized body language, the traditional face painting, the costumes, its social context, its history and its future. Meanwhile, students will be able to think about, describe, and discuss these aspects of Beijing Opera in Chinese language (at each student’s proficiency level).

607-777-3056 • lscott@binghamton.eduhttp://www2.binghamton.edu/confucius-institute/

Binghamton University (student)

Sounds of China: STARTALK - Learn Chinese Through Beijing Opera Performance

Chinese
  • July 27, 2015August 14, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY

This unique summer camp integrates Mandarin Chinese language learning with the theme of Beijing Opera, a spectacular and distinctive style of Chinese performing art. Language classes, cultural classes, and crafts workshops will be scheduled in the morning, while Beijing Opera classes will be scheduled in the afternoon. Students will face real-world Chinese language situations and will have the chance to solve unpredictable challenges by using the Chinese language learned on the same day. A goal of this camp is to allow students to communicate with Chinese people of different ages, backgrounds, professions and personal experiences, including some Chinese, young and old, from the local Chinese community. In the end of this program, they will have the language skills to carry out various tasks, from basic survival tasks to expressing opinions. They will also have an understanding of Beijing Opera, including its singing style, the symbolic meaning of its specialized body language, the traditional face painting, the costumes, its social context, its history and its future. Meanwhile, students will be able to think about, describe, and discuss these aspects of Beijing Opera in Chinese language (at each student’s proficiency level).

607-777-3056 • sliang18@binghamton.eduhttp://binghamton.edu/index.php

Board of Regents of the University of Oklahoma (student)

Mandarin Unmasked: STARTALK-OU Chinese Language Summer Camp

Chinese • June 18, 2012June 29, 2012
  • University of Oklahoma-Tulsa/Schusterman Campus, Tulsa, OK

Mandarin Unmasked is a summer day camp and Chinese language/culture experience based on Beijing opera. Local and international Chinese instructors will introduce and enhance new ways of considering Chinese language learning through the vehicle of Beijing opera. Integrated, project-based instruction is designed to support and extend vocabulary, reading comprehension, and writing skills. Activities will include tai qi, kung fu, dance, voice, costume, face, music, and other elements of Chinese opera. Campers are first through eighth graders separated into four instructional groups. Instruction will be differentiated by age and developmental levels. Camp will run 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday, June 18 to Friday, June 29. Camp will be held on the University of Oklahoma Tulsa-Schusterman campus.

918-660-3498 • clydiaforehand@ou.edu

Board of Regents of the University of Oklahoma (student)

Mandarin Unmasked: STARTALK-OU Chinese Language Summer Camp

Chinese • July 9, 2012July 20, 2012
  • University of Oklahoma-Norman/Norman North High School, Norman, OK

Mandarin Unmasked is a summer day camp and Chinese language/culture experience based on Beijing opera. Local and international Chinese instructors will introduce and enhance new ways of considering Chinese language learning through the vehicle of Beijing opera. Integrated, project-based instruction is designed to support and extend vocabulary, reading comprehension, and writing skills. Activities will include tai qi, kung fu, dance, voice, costume, face, music, and other elements of Chinese opera. Campers are kindergarten through fifth grade. Instruction will be differentiated by age and developmental levels. Camp will run 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday, July 9 to Friday, July 20. Camp will be held at Norman North High School, Norman, OK.

918-660-3498 • clydiaforehand@ou.edu

Board of Regents, Univ of Nebraska, Univ of Nebraska-Lincoln (student)

StarTalk: Chinese Language, Culture and Technology Summer Academy

Chinese • July 12, 2012July 25, 2012Residential Program
  • University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE

The Department of Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will be hosting a 14-day STARTALK Summer Chinese Academy for 25 Nebraska high school students. This residential experience will immerse students in the Chinese language and culture and make use of iPads as a language learning tool to optimize language development inside and outside the classroom. The LinguaFolio, a learning tool that contains student-led activities identifying language knowledge, study skills, cultural understanding and proficiency level, and is designed to enhance student self-assessment and analysis of learning will allow students to document their language progress during the Academy and as they progress in their language learning beyond the Academy. The Academy will be held July 12-25, 2012 at the Kauffman Residential Center on the UNL campus. All expenses related to the Academy are covered including housing, meals and supplies. Computers (iPads) will be provided for student use. Each student will be living in a double occupancy suite in which they will have their own bedroom, and will share a bathroom with another student. In addition, each student will receive a small stipend to cover his or her travel expenses.

402-472-2024 • amoeller2@unl.eduhttp://www.startalkchineseacademy.com

Boston Public Schools (student)

STARTALK Arabic Summer Academy

Arabic • June 26, 2010 July 31, 2010
  • Charlestown High School, Boston, MA

The Arabic Summer Academy is a five week intensive (Monday-Saturday) Arabic course for 60 high school students from Boston Public Schools and other schools in the Boston area. Here are five great reasons why you should apply: 1. Learning Arabic is special! Charlestown High School is the only public school in Massachusetts that offers Arabic. 2. Arabic will help you get into college! College admissions officers are always looking for students who are different and stand out. You'll stand out! 3. You'll get high school credit! It's a great way to get a graduation requirement out of the way. 4. We'll pay you! Every student who graduates from our summer program will earn a $500 college scholarship. That'll buy a lot of books when you get to college! 5. You'll set yourself up for great jobs! Arabic is a "critical need" language, which means that companies and the government will pay over $100,000 for your skills. Start your learning now!

617-395-2600 • director@arabicsummeracademy.orghttp://www.arabicsummeracademy.org

Boston Public Schools (student)

STARTALK Arabic Summer Academy

Arabic • June 25, 2011July 30, 2011
  • Boston, MA

The Arabic Summer Academy is a five week intensive (Monday through Saturday) Arabic course for 60 high school students from Boston Public Schools and other schools in the Boston area, funded under a grant from the National Security Language Initiative's STARTALK Project.

617-398-7333 • director@arabicsummeracademy.orghttp://www.arabicsummeracademy.org

Boston Public Schools (student)

STARTALK Arabic Summer Academy

Arabic • June 30, 2012July 28, 2012
  • Boston, MA

The Arabic Summer Academy is a four week intensive (Monday through Saturday) Arabic course for 60 high school students from Boston Public Schools and other schools in the Boston area, funded under a grant from the National Security Language Initiative's STARTALK Project.

617-398-7333 • director@arabicsummeracademy.orghttp://www.arabicsummeracademy.org/

Boston Public Schools (student)

STARTALK Arabic Summer Academy

Arabic • June 29, 2013July 27, 2013
  • Boston Arts Academy, Boston, MA

The STARTALK Arabic Summer Academy is an intensive (Monday through Saturday) nonresidential Arabic language enrichment course designed for students enrolled in the Boston Public Schools (grades 9-12). The four-week program includes intensive communicative language instruction, cultural enrichment workshops, and field trips.

617-398-7333 • director@arabicsummeracademy.orghttp://www.arabicsummeracademy.org

Boston Public Schools (student)

STARTALK Arabic Summer Academy

Arabic
  • July 2, 2014August 2, 2014: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Boston, MA

The Arabic Summer Academy is a four week intensive (Monday through Saturday) Arabic course for 50 high school students from Boston Public Schools and other schools in the Boston area. To learn more about the program and to apply to study at the 2014 session, please visit our website listed below.

617-398-7333 • director@arabicsummeracademy.orghttp://www.arabicsummeracademy.org

Boston Public Schools (student)

STARTALK Arabic Summer Academy

Arabic
  • July 2, 2015July 31, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Arabic Summer Academy, Boston, MA

The Arabic Summer Academy is a four week intensive (Monday through Saturday) Arabic course for 50 high school students from Boston Public Schools and other schools in the Boston area, funded under a grant from the National Security Language Initiative's STARTALK Project. The Arabic Summer Academy uses the Marhaba! high school Arabic curriculum to provide students with an introduction to Modern Standard Arabic and Arab culture. It is designed for students who have never studied Arabic before and begins with an introduction to Arabic sounds and letters. The teaching and learning emphasizes the functional use of Arabic and communication in context through listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students acquire enough familiarity with the Arabic language and culture to interact with Arabic-speakers at a basic level (Novice Mid to Intermediate Low according to the ACTFL guidelines). Students finish the course with greater curiosity and sensitivity towards the Arabic-speaking world through cultural encounters in classes, co-curricular activities and field trips.

617-398-7333 • director@arabicsummeracademy.orghttp://www.arabicsummeracademy.org

Boston University (teacher)

Academy for Arabic Teachers: STARTALK Arabic K-16 Teacher Professional Development Program at Boston University

Boston, MA • Arabic • July 2, 2009 July 31, 2009

The Academy for Arabic Teachers (AAT) is an intensive four-week Arabic K-16 teacher professional development program at Boston University in Boston, Massachusetts. The program addresses all key aspects of foreign language instruction, focusing on Arabic as a Foreign Language. A three-week solid theoretical foundation phase will be followed by a one-week practical training phase at the Arabic Summer Academy, the nationally recognized STARTALK high school Arabic student program at nearby Charlestown High School in Boston, and three top Boston-area academic Arabic language programs (Boston University, Harvard University, and Northeastern University). The program’s main goal is to graduate highly competent Arabic teachers who are equipped with current foreign language acquisition and instruction theory, pedagogical tools, and practical experience. AAT includes a cohort of renowned experts in Arabic and second language acquisition disciplines with rich teacher training experience. The program runs July 2–July 31, 2009, with two weeks of online coursework and two weeks in Boston. Participants will be awarded a $1,000 stipend. There are no tuition or registration fees; materials and textbooks will be provided. The application deadline is June 5, 2009.

617-353-6232 • giselle@bu.eduhttp://www.bu.edu/aat

Boston University (teacher)

The Academy for Arabic Teachers: STARTALK Arabic Teacher Professional Development Program

Arabic • May 1, 2010 June 15, 2010
  • Boston University, Boston, MA

The Academy for Arabic Teachers (AAT) program is an intensive non-resident Arabic teacher professional development program uniquely situated at Boston University (Boston, Massachusetts) to offer high quality Arabic teacher training. The program’s main goal is to graduate highly competent Arabic teachers who can offer effective standards-based instruction at all levels. AAT aims to recruit and train 20 participants novice Arabic teachers who have native, near-native, or advance proficiency in Modern Standard Arabic. Participants can be of any age, gender, and educational background, however, a minimum of a bachelor’s degree is required. AAT is a comprehensive program offering a balance between foreign language learning theory and practice. A five-week foundation phase will be followed by a one-week practical training phase.A four-week off-site component (on-line course) will be followed by a two-week face-to-face component on-site for a total of 120 contact hours. Upon successful completion of the program, the graduates will be offered Professional Development Points by Boston University.

617-358-5852 • giselle@bu.eduhttp://www.bu.edu/aat

Boston University (teacher)

STARTALK Turkish Teacher Training Program

Turkish • May 15, 2010 August 15, 2010
  • Boston University, Boston, MA

The Turkish Teacher Training Program is an intensive non-resident online, onsite Turkish teacher professional development program situated at Boston University, which aims to offer high quality Turkish teacher training. This program's main goal is to offer training and professional development to the experienced and novice teachers of Turkish K-16 in effective standards based instruction. A two week offsite component (online course) will be followed by a three day, 27 contact hour, face to face component on August 13-15. The program's curriculum is based on National Standards established by ACTFL and AATT. The participants should be fluent in Turkish, have a Bachelor of Arts in hand and be involved in foreign language education. The selected participants will receive a generous stipend upon completing the program. Please contact Anna Bazdres, the program contact person for the application materials.

617-358-5855 • bazdres@bu.edu

Boston University (teacher)

The Academy for Arabic Teachers: STARTALK Arabic Teacher Professional Development Program

Arabic • May 15, 2011June 30, 2011
  • Boston University, Boston, MA

The Academy for Arabic Teachers (AAT) is an intensive, non-resident Arabic teacher professional development program uniquely situated at Boston University (Boston, Massachusetts) to offer high quality Arabic teacher training. The program’s main goal is to graduate highly competent Arabic teachers who can offer effective standards-based instruction at all levels. AAT aims to recruit and train 30 participants in two tracks: Track 1 for new participants and Track 2 for returnees, who have native, near-native, or advance proficiency in Modern Standard Arabic. AAT is a comprehensive program offering a balance between foreign language learning theory and practice. A foundation phase will be followed by a practical training phase. An off-site component (on-line course) will be followed by a two-week face-to-face component on-site for a total of 120 contact hours (for the novice participants). Upon successful completion of the program, the graduates will receive Professional Development Points by Boston University. The program’s curriculum is based on the National Standards for Arabic K-16 established by ACTFL and addresses all key aspects of foreign language instruction, focusing particularly on Arabic as a Foreign Language instruction. AAT includes a cohort of renowned Arabic experts and teacher trainers.

617-353-3582 • amani@bu.eduhttp://www.bu.edu/aat

Boston University (teacher)

STARTALK Turkish Teacher Training Workshop

Turkish • May 15, 2011June 26, 2011
  • Boston University, Boston, MA

The Turkish Teacher Training Program is an intensive non-resident online, onsite Turkish teacher professional development program situated at Boston University, which aims to offer high quality Turkish teacher training. This program's main goal is to offer training and professional development to the experienced and novice teachers of Turkish in effective standards based instruction. A four week offsite component (online course) will be followed by a four day, 27 contact hour, face to face component June 23-26. The program's curriculum is based on National Standards established by ACTFL and AATT. The participants should be fluent in Turkish, have a Bachelor of Arts in hand and be involved in foreign language education. The selected participants will receive a generous stipend upon completing the program. Please contact Roberta Micallef for the application materials.

617-358-5855 • micallef@bu.edu

Boston University (teacher)

The Academy for Arabic Teachers: STARTALK Arabic Teacher Professional Development Program

Arabic • May 15, 2012June 10, 2012
  • Boston University, Boston, MA

The Academy for Arabic Teachers (AAT) program is an intensive Arabic teacher professional development program that aims to graduate competent Arabic teachers with expertise in standards-based thematic units, lesson planning, and assessment. In Summer 2012, AAT aims to recruit and train 15 experienced teachers ( 3-7 years of teaching experience). An on-line preparatory course (May 15-June 7) will be followed by a face-to-face hands-on workshop at the Boston University campus (June 8-10) for a total of 100 contact hours. Upon successful completion of the program, the graduates will be offered 10 Professional Development Points by the School of Education at Boston University (pending approval). Additionally the program will include be a practicum experience and a follow-up seminar.

617-358-5852 • amani@bu.eduhttp://www.bu.edu/aat

Boston University (teacher)

STARTALK Portuguese Teacher Training

Portuguese • June 1, 2012June 28, 2012
  • Boston, MA

The STARTALK Portuguese Teacher Training (PTT) program offers an opportunity for those embarking on a Portuguese teaching career, and those already teaching Portuguese as a second, foreign or heritage language to improve their pedagogical skills. All instructors will be trained in standards-based instruction at all levels (K-16). PTT aims to recruit and train 18 participants who have native, near-native, or advanced proficiency in European and Brazilian Portuguese. Participants can be of any age, gender, and educational background, however, a minimum of a bachelor’s degree is required. The program will offer online instruction in language learning theory and teaching pedagogy, and the on-site portion of the program will provide extensive practical application of this information. The online component will take 3 weeks, followed by the 5 day long on-site portion at Boston University, with a follow-up video conference in the Fall. The program includes a practicum which allows participants to apply what they have learned during the course. The program will also introduce participants to the ethics and mechanics of community-based language learning and draw on the rich heritage of New England’s Portuguese-speaking immigrant communities. There is no charge for attending this workshop.

617-353-6203 • griffins@bu.eduhttp://www.bu.edu/tpp/
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