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Center for Asian Studies, University of Colorado Boulder (student)

STARTALK: Hindi in the Rockies II

Hindi, Urdu
  • July 7, 2014July 25, 2014: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Hellems Hall, University of Colorado Boulder, Boulder, CO

The Center for Asian Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder (CU) will host its third annual STARTALK Hindi and Urdu student program, in collaboration with the Anderson Language Technology Center (ALTEC) and the Department of Asian Language and Civilizations (ALC). Enrollment is open to 20 high school students who will be entering grades 9 through 12. Recently graduated students are also eligible to apply. It is a non-residential program and participating students are expected to commute daily to CU-Boulder campus. The program will be held from July 7 to July 25, 2014. All major costs associated with the program are underwritten by STARTALK. The primary goal of the program is to provide Hindi and Urdu language learning experience and encourage development of cross-cultural communication skills. The program consists of three weeks of in-class instruction, including face-to-face conversation opportunities with native speakers and virtual immersion sessions to practice Hindi-Urdu with student partners in India. Students will be taught by trained language instructors of Hindi and Urdu, CU faculty experts in South Asia, and other guest lecturers and performers.

303-735-5224 • kunga.lama@colorado.eduhttp://cas.colorado.edu/content/startalk-hindi-rockies

Center for Human Services (teacher)

CHS/McDaniel 2012 Summer STARTALK Institute on Integrating Cultures and Communities in Arabic and Chinese Language Programs

Arabic, Chinese • June 25, 2012July 20, 2012Residential Program
  • McDaniel College, Westminster, MD

CHS/McDaniel STARTALK program, which will be linked to the Maryland state certification process, is designed to provide customized training to 28 teacher-participants. The program will provide an innovative, academically rigorous and standards-based curriculum to assist all participants to develop a solid foundation to pursue continued professional growth as instructors of Arabic or Chinese. Providing a differentiated learning environment, participants will be actively involved through presentations, facilitated discussion, peer instruction, group work, role-playing, problem-solving and reflection. During the program, all participants will receive information on state of Maryland teacher licensure procedures, teacher training programs leading to certification, and relevant graduate programs leading to an advanced degree. The program will provide an intensive 2-week 90 hours on campus (6/25/2012 -7/6/2012 Residential option) and 2-week flexible online courses program, leading to three graduate credits. Participants are encouraged to stay on campus but may commute. By the end of the program participants will gain a better understanding of how to connect language instruction to the target cultures, integrate local and cyber Arabic and/or Chinese language communities, work in teams with non-language instructors, and improve their teaching practice, including the use of technology in the classroom.

410-871-3123 • STARTALK.Mcdaniel@gmail.comhttp://bit.ly/StarTalkatMcDaniel

Center for Human Services (teacher)

CHS 2015 Summer STARTALK Institute on Integrating Communication and Culture in Chinese Language Programs

Chinese • Residential Program
  • June 28, 2015July 31, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • CHS/STARTALK at Common Ground on the Hill, Westminster, MD

CHS STARTALK 2015 will provide an innovative learning environment for Chinese teacher-trainees from June 28, 2015 to July 10, 2015 (face-to-face) and July 13 to July 31, 2015 (online). Classes will run from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Residential option available. Lodging and meals provided. Evening activities included. The program assists teacher-trainees to understand and implement high-yield teaching and learning strategies for the target languages. The program will focus on the following content areas: Second Language Acquisition, Language Teaching Approach and Methodology, and Curriculum Design. The program will link these content areas to STARTALK-endorsed Principles for Effective Teaching and Learning and Characteristics of Effective Language Lessons. This, in turn, will be embedded within a larger framework based on the Teacher Effectiveness for Language Learning (TELL/STELLA) Project domains. During the program, all participants will receive information and guidance on Maryland’s and Pennsylvania’s state teacher-licensure procedures, alternate paths to certification, teacher-training programs leading to certification, and relevant graduate programs leading to an advanced degree.

717-508-7290 • chs.startalk@gmail.comhttp://bit.ly/chsstartalk

Center for Human Services (CHS) (teacher)

CHS/McDaniel Summer STARTALK Institute on Arabic and Chinese Language Instruction

Westminster, MD • Arabic, Chinese • July 27, 2009 August 21, 2009

CHS/McDaniel Summer StarTalk Institute on Arabic and Chinese Language Instruction, will provide an intensive 4-week flexible 90 hour program, leading to three graduate credits, from July 27, 2009 to August 21, 2009. The program will require face-to-face meetings at McDaniel College and participation on online. Interested in improving your ability to teach Arabic or Chinese? Want to learn new strategies that engage and excite students using film, role-playing, problem-solving and more? Interested in learning how to become a certified instructor or go on to earn a master’s degree? The Institute will provide an innovative to assist all participants to develop a solid foundation to pursue continued professional growth as instructors of Arabic or Chinese. Designed to assist a broad spectrum of needs – from master teachers to pre-service instructors - the curriculum will reflect a balance of current theories in second language acquisition (SLA), research and best practices in teaching Arabic and Chinese. Using a team approach, participants will explore proven strategies, the use of appropriate technologies, assessment and culturally appropriate communication strategies to reach diverse learners. Our team based instruction will actively involve participants through presentations, facilitated discussion, peer instruction, group work, role-playing, problem-solving and reflection.

(410) 871-3123 • startalk.mcdaniel@gmail.comhttp://www.mcdaniel.edu/10041.htm

Center for Human Services / McDaniel College (teacher)

CHS/McDaniel College 2011 Summer StarTalk Institute on Fostering Multidisciplinary Connections in Arabic and Chinese Language Programs

Arabic, Chinese • June 27, 2011July 22, 2011Residential Program
  • McDaniel College, Westminster, MD

CHS/McDaniel STARTALK program, which will be linked to the Maryland state certification process, is designed to provide customized training to 28 teacher-participants. The program will provide an innovative, academically rigorous and standards-based curriculum to assist all participants to develop a solid foundation to pursue continued professional growth as instructors of Arabic or Chinese. Providing a differentiated learning environment, participants will be actively involved through presentations, facilitated discussion, peer instruction, group work, role-playing, problem-solving and reflection. During the program, all participants will receive information on state of Maryland teacher licensure procedures, teacher training programs leading to certification, and relevant graduate programs leading to an advanced degree. The program will provide an intensive 4-week flexible 90 hour program, leading to three graduate credits. Participants are encouraged to stay on campus but may commute. By the end of the program participants will gain a better understanding of how to connect language instruction to other subjects, work in teams with non-language instructors, and improve their teaching practice, including the use of technology in the classroom.

410-871-3123 • startalk.mcdaniel@gmail.comhttp://bit.ly/StarTalkatMcDaniel

Center for Human Services/McDaniel College (teacher)

CHS/McDaniel Summer 2010 StarTalk Program for Teachers of Arabic and Chinese

Arabic, Chinese • June 14, 2010 July 23, 2010Residential Program
  • McDaniel College, Westminster, MD

This program will provide all participants with an an innovative, academically rigorous and standards-based curriculum to assist participants to develop a solid foundation to pursue continued professional growth. Program completion will earn 3 graduate credits by completing 90 hours of learning and professional development. The curriculum will reflect a balance of current theories in second language acquisition (SLA), with a focus on the integration of communication and culture in the Arabic and Chinese language classroom. Students will have the opportunity to participate in a teaching practicum. Dates: June 14 to July 23 Pre-workshop - Opening and technology assistance, June 15-16 Week one: Online sessions, June 21 - 25 Week two : Face to Face, June 28 - July 2 * Welcome, Sunday, June 27 * Face-to-face classes (residential option), Monday - Friday (9:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Weeks three and four: Practicum and online sessions, July 5 - 16 Closing, presentation of final projects and graduation ceremony, July 23 Please go to http://www.mcdaniel.edu/10734.htm for more details Office: 410-386-4646

410-596-9067 • rcostea@mcdaniel.eduhttp://sites.google.com/site/startalkchsmcdaniel2010/

Central New Mexico Community College (student)

STARTALKing in Arabic: The Language and Its Peoples

Arabic • July 5, 2011August 1, 2011
  • Centrall NM Community College JMMC, Albuquerque, NM

This program will introduce Arabic to high school students, grades 10-12 in a 4-week program. At the end of the program, students should be able to greet each other, introduce family members, and order food using simple nominal sentences in both oral and written Arabic.Students will be limited to 20 so that instruction can be individualized. Students will receive college credit as well as high school credit. The program will be 20 instructional days of 4.5 hours a day, including classroom instruction and time for cultural activities. This will give students 90 hours of instruction needed for a 4-credit college course.

505-225-5617 • ggrosso@cnm.edu

Central New Mexico Community College (student)

Startalk Portuguese

Portuguese • June 3, 2013June 28, 2013
  • CNM Joseph M Montoya Campus, Albuquerque, NM

Beginning Portuguese for dual enrollment & college students, lasting 4 weeks, 20 days from June 3-28. Provides 4 college credits & meets high school language requirements. Immersion in classroom instruction & cultural activities.

505-224-4000 Ext. 50210 • ggrosso@cnm.edu

CFLP/PAUSD Manadarin Language and Culture Student Program and Teacher Practicum (teacher)

CFLP/PAUSD Manadarin Language and Culture Student Program and Teacher Practicum

Chinese • June 15, 2012July 13, 2012
  • Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA

This non-residential program is primarily designed to provide a practicum experience for individuals who are considering teaching Mandarin as a career. It is extremely appropriate for teachers who are currently teaching in heritage/community schools and are considering to become certified teachers of Chinese language and culture. Participants will have the opportunity to explore and practice standards-based language instruction and observe seasoned teachers as they plan, teach and assess instruction. Participants will also have the opportunity to plan and micro-teach lessons and receive reflective feedback from both colleagues, master teachers and professional learning specialists.

650-736-9042 • duarte.silva@stanford.edu

Charlestown High School (student)

Arabic Summer Academy

Boston, MA • Arabic • June 27, 2009 August 1, 2009

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/

Chicago Public Schools (student)

Chicago Public Schools Arabic Summer Language Institute 2010

Arabic • June 21, 2010 July 16, 2010
  • University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Study Arabic or Chinese this summer in courses specially designed for Chicago Public School high school students by the University of Chicago and CPS’ Office of Language and Cultural Education with funding from STARTALK. This program will allow students who will be taking their third year of high school courses in Chinese or Arabic in 2010-2011 to consolidate their knowledge, continue the momentum of language skill development, and prepare to continue with Arabic or Chinese language studies during the 2010-2011 academic year. The University of Chicago is a world-renowned leader in language instruction and overall academic excellence; participants in this program will be taught by University faculty, receive an official University of Chicago transcript with their grade, and have access to state-of-the-art learning facilities as well as special events that will allow students to practice their language and cultural skills. This program is offered to selected students for FREE. All students who successfully complete the program with passing grades and attendance will receive a $1000.00 stipend. Participating students will receive: 4 weeks of university-level instruction in Arabic or Chinese Field trips and special instructional activities Breakfast and lunch each day $1,000.00 stipend upon successful completion of program Complimentary CTA pass

773-553-1949 • rdavis@cps.k12.il.ushttps://summer.uchicago.edu/sli.cfm

Chicago Public Schools (student)

Chicago Public Schools Chinese Summer Language Institute 2010

Chinese • June 21, 2010 July 16, 2010
  • University of Chicago (Cobb Hall), Chicago, IL

Study Arabic or Chinese this summer in courses specially designed for Chicago Public School high school students by the University of Chicago and CPS’ Office of Language and Cultural Education with funding from STARTALK. This program will allow students who will be taking their third year of high school courses in Chinese or Arabic in 2010-2011 to consolidate their knowledge, continue the momentum of language skill development, and prepare to continue with Arabic or Chinese language studies during the 2010-2011 academic year. The University of Chicago is a world-renowned leader in language instruction and overall academic excellence; participants in this program will be taught by University faculty, receive an official University of Chicago transcript with their grade, and have access to state-of-the-art learning facilities as well as special events that will allow students to practice their language and cultural skills. This program is offered to selected students for FREE. All students who successfully complete the program with passing grades and attendance will receive a $1000.00 stipend. Participating students will receive: 4 weeks of university-level instruction in Arabic or Chinese Field trips and special instructional activities Breakfast and lunch each day $1,000.00 stipend upon successful completion of program Complimentary CTA pass

773-553-1949 • rdavis@cps.k12.il.ushttps://summer.uchicago.edu/sli.cfm

Chicago Public Schools (student)

Chicago Public Schools Chinese STARTALK program 2011

Chinese • June 20, 2011July 15, 2011
  • University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

This intensive Chinese Language Institute program is open to Chicago Public School students who have completed two years of Chinese at the high school level and have committed to taking Chinese 3 in the fall of 2011. Thirty students will be selected by the University of Chicago for participation based on application materials and school recommendations. The program will take place between June 20, 2011 and July 15, 2011 at the University of Chicago. Students will attend daily Chinese classes with University of Chicago professors. Additionally students are provided with cultural learning activities, meals, field trips, and instructional materials. The goal is to increase students' Chinese language proficiency and encourage students to further their language education through creating an intensive immersion experience at the University of Chicago.

773-553-1968 • AAHammerand@cps.k12.il.ushttps://summer.uchicago.edu/sli.cfm

Chicago Public Schools (student)

Chicago Public Schools Arabic STARTALK Program 2011

Arabic • June 20, 2011July 15, 2011
  • University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

This intensive Arabic Language Institute program is open to Chicago Public School students who have completed two years of Arabic at the high school level and have committed to taking Arabic 3 in the fall of 2011. Thirty students will be selected by the University of Chicago for participation based on application materials and school recommendations. The program will take place between June 20, 2011 and July 15, 2011 at the University of Chicago. Students will attend daily Arabic classes with University of Chicago professors. Additionally students are provided with cultural learning activities, meals, field trips, and instructional materials. The goal is to increase students' Arabic language proficiency and encourage students to further their language education through creating an intensive immersion experience at the University of Chicago.

773-553-1968 • AAHammerand@cps.k12.il.ushttps://summer.uchicago.edu/sli.cfm

Chicago Public Schools (student)

Chicago Public Schools Chinese STARTALK program 2012

Chinese • June 18, 2012July 13, 2012
  • The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

The Chicago Public Schools (CPS) Chinese STARTALK program 2012 provides the opportunity for 30 exiting CPS Chinese Level II high school students who have committed to continue their Chinese studies in the 2012-2013 school year to be immersed in the Chinese language and cultures for one-month at the University of Chicago (U of C). This program will encourage students to go beyond the two-year state requirement for high school world language study and increase their proficiency for the next level of Chinese. Participants will attend classes Monday-Friday, from 10:00 AM-3:15 PM from June 18-July 13, 2012. Throughout the month, students also participate in Culture Clubs, field trips, and much more! There is a mandatory orientation for students and parents on Saturday, June 16, 2012. Only Chicago Public Schools students (including charter school students) may apply.

773-553-1968 • AAHammerand@cps.k12.il.us

Chicago Public Schools (student)

Chicago Public Schools Arabic STARTALK program 2012

Arabic • June 18, 2012July 13, 2012
  • The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

The Chicago Public Schools (CPS) Arabic STARTALK program 2012 provides the opportunity for 30 exiting Arabic Level I and II high school students who have committed to continue their Arabic studies in the 2012-2013 school year to be immersed in the Arabic language and cultures for one-month at the University of Chicago (U of C). This program encourages students to go beyond the two-year graduation requirement for high school world language study and increase their proficiency for the next level of Arabic. Participants will attend classes Monday-Friday, from 10:00 AM-3:15 PM from June 18-July 13, 2012. Throughout the month, students will also participate in a variety of fun Culture Clubs, field trips, and much more! There is a mandatory orientation for participants and their parents/guardians on Saturday, June 16, 2012. This STARTALK program is only open to CPS Arabic World Language students (including charter schools).

773-553-1968 • AAHammerand@cps.k12.il.us

Chicago Public Schools (student)

CPS STARTALK Arabic 2013

Arabic • July 1, 2013July 26, 2013
  • University of Chicago& Chicago Public Schools, chicago, IL

This intensive Arabic Language Institute program is open to Chicago Public School students who have completed one or two years of Arabic at the high school level and have committed to taking Arabic 2 or Arabic 3 in the fall of 2013. Thirty students will be selected by the CPS-High School teachers and the University of Chicago staff for participation based on application materials and school recommendations. The program will take place between July 1, 2013 and July 26 , 2013 at the University of Chicago. Students will attend daily Arabic classes from 10:00 am-3:00pm with University of Chicago professors. Additionally students are provided with cultural learning activities,lunch, bus passes to travel to the program, field trips, and instructional materials. Students will use I-pads and I-pods to increase their understanding of Arabic culture and ability to speak, write and read Arabic.The goal is to increase students' Arabic language proficiency and encourage students to further their language education through creating an intensive immersion experience at the University of Chicago.

773-553-1938 • ecardenas-lopez@cps.eduhttps://summer.uchicago.edu/high school/startalk

Chicago Public Schools (student)

CPS STARTALK Chinese 2013

Chinese • July 1, 2013July 26, 2013
  • University of Chicago& Chicago Public Schools, chicago, IL

This intensive Chinese Language Institute program is open to Chicago Public School (CPS) students who have completed two years of Chinese at the high school level and have committed to taking Chinese Level 3 in the fall of 2013. Thirty students will be selected by the CPS Chinese teachers and University of Chicago staff for participation based on application materials and school recommendations. The program will take place between July 1, 2013 and July 26 , 2013 at the University of Chicago. Students will attend daily Chinese classes from 10:00 am-3:00pm with University of Chicago professors. Additionally,, students are provided with cultural learning activities,lunch, bus passes to travel to the program, field trips, and instructional materials. Students will also use I-pads and I-pods to increase their understanding of Chinese culture and ability to speak, write and read Chinese.The goal is to increase students' Chinese language proficiency and encourage students to further their language education through creating an intensive immersion experience at the University of Chicago.

773-553-1938 • ecardenas-lopez@cps.eduhttp://summer.uchicago.edu/highschool/startalk

Chicago Public Schools (student)

CPS STARTALK Arabic/Chinese

Arabic, Chinese
  • June 23, 2014July 18, 2014: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Arabic and Chinese CPS STARTALK, Chicago, IL

This intensive Arabic and Chinese Language Institute program is open to Chicago Public School students, grades 9th to 11th, who have completed one or two years of Arabic or two years of Chinese study at the high school level, and are committed to taking the next level of study in the fall of 2014. Fifteen students per each language will be selected by the CPS-High School teachers and the University of Chicago staff for participation based on application materials and school recommendations. The program will take place between June 23rd and July 18th at the University of Chicago. Students will attend daily Arabic or Chinese classes from 10:00 am-3:00 pm with University of Chicago professors. Additionally students are provided with cultural learning activities, lunch, bus passes to travel to and from the program, field trips, and instructional materials. Students will use IPads and IPods to increase their understanding of Arabic and Chinese cultures and their ability to speak, write and read in the target languages. The goal is to increase the students' language proficiency and encourage the students to further their language education through creating an intensive immersion experience at the University of Chicago.

773-553-1968 • fmginski@cps.eduhttps://summer.uchicago.edu/STARTALK

Chicago Public Schools (student)

STARTALK 2015 Arabic and Chinese Program

Arabic, Chinese
  • June 29, 2015July 24, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • CPS STARTALK Summer Program at the University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Thirty Chicago Public School high school students will participate in an intensive Arabic and Chinese summer institute at the University of Chicago from June 29, 2015 through July 24, 2015. Courses will be taught by University of Chicago Arabic and Mandarin Chinese language instructors, running Monday through Friday, 10 A.M. – 3:00 P.M. CPS students will be selected by the University for participation based on application materials, school recommendations, and program director’s guidance. Students in the Arabic program must have completed Arabic Level I or II, and students in the Chinese program must have completed the two-year high school requirement of prior study of the Chinese language. All participants are required to enroll in the next level of language instruction the fall of 2015. Students will be enrolled as non-degree students at the University of Chicago and will receive a letter grade for their work, equivalent in content and contact hours to one undergraduate course.

773-553-1968 • fmginski@cps.edu

Chicago Public Schools Office of Language and Cultural Education (student)

Chicago STARTALK Arabic Language Institute

Chicago, IL • Arabic • June 22, 2009 July 17, 2009

Study Arabic this summer in courses specifically designed for Chicago Public Schools high school students by the University of Chicago and the CPS Office of Language and Cultural Education with funding from STARTALK. This program will allow students who will be taking their third year of high school courses in Arabic in 2009-2010 to consolidate their knowledge, continue the momentum of their language skills development, and prepare them for continued Arabic language studies. The University of Chicago is a world-renowned leader in language instruction and overall academic excellence. Participants in the program will be taught by university faculty, receive an official University of Chicago transcript with their grade, and have access to state-of-the-art learning facilities as well as special events that will allow students to practice their language and cultural skills. This program is offered for free to selected students. All students who successfully complete the program with passing grades and attendance will receive a $1,000 stipend.

773-553-1949 • rdavis@cps.k12.il.ushttp://www.olce.org

Chicago Public Schools Office of Language and Cultural Education (student)

Chicago STARTALK Chinese Language Institute

Chicago, IL • Chinese • June 22, 2009 July 17, 2009

Study Chinese this summer in courses specifically designed for Chicago Public Schools high school students by the University of Chicago and the CPS Office of Language and Cultural Education with funding from STARTALK. This program will allow students who will be taking their third year of high school courses in Chinese in 2009-2010 to consolidate their knowledge, continue the momentum of their language skills development, and prepare them for continued Chinese language studies. The University of Chicago is a world-renowned leader in language instruction and overall academic excellence. Participants in the program will be taught by university faculty, receive an official University of Chicago transcript with their grade, and have access to state-of-the-art learning facilities as well as special events that will allow students to practice their language and cultural skills. This program is offered for free to selected students. All students who successfully complete the program with passing grades and attendance will receive a $1,000 stipend.

(773) 553-1949 • rdavis@cps.k12.il.ushttp://www.olce.org

China Institute (student)

2009 China Institute-STARTALK Summer Language Academy

New York, NY • Chinese • July 6, 2009 August 14, 2009

China Institute, through a generous grant from STARTALK, a project of the National Strategic Language Initiative, will offer scholarships with an equivalent value of $3,000 each to 25 New York metro-area high school students to attend a six-week summer 2009 Language Academy in New York City. Equivalent to one semester of high school Mandarin Chinese, the 2009 China Institute-STARTALK Summer Language Academy will emphasize oral communication in Mandarin Chinese, while also introducing students to reading and writing, and to the richness of Chinese culture through hands-on studio classes and local field trips in New York City. To be selected, applicants must have no more than one year of Mandarin Chinese learning experience. This non-residential program will be held from July 6 to August 14, 2009, Mondays through Fridays, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Dalton School, 108 E. 89th Street in New York City. Needs-based stipends to cover daily expenses for transportation and lunch may be available, depending on the availability of donations.

212 744-8181 Ext. 138 • pzeng@chinainstitute.orghttp://www.chinainstitute.org/edu/languageacademy

China Institute in America (student)

2010 China Institute-StarTalk Summer Language Academy

Chinese • July 5, 2010 August 13, 2010
  • 2010 China Institute-StarTalk Summer Language Academy, New York, NY

China Institute, through a generous grant from StarTalk, a project of the National Strategic Language Initiative, will offer scholarships worth $3,000 each to 25 New York metro-area high school students to attend a six-week Chinese language summer academy in New York City. Equivalent to one semester of high school Mandarin Chinese, the 2010 China Institute-StarTalk Summer Language Academy offers intensive language instruction with an emphasis on practical communication skills – speaking, writing, and character recognition – integrated with culture workshops, hands-on studio classes, and fieldtrips to area sites of cultural and historical significance. The program offers two levels of Mandarin Chinese classes for students ranging from no experience to three years of Mandarin language learning. This non-residential Academy will be held from July 5, 2010 to August 13, 2010, Mondays through Fridays from 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM in New York City. Needs-based stipends to cover daily expenses for transportation and lunch will be available to select students. An application package is available online at China Institute’s website (http://www.chinainstitute.org/edu/languageacademy). Admission decisions are accepted on a rolling basis. Needs-based stipends notifications will be issued in late May, 2010.

212-744-8181 Ext. 138 • pzeng@chinainstitute.orghttp://www.chinainstitute.org/edu/languageacademy

China Institute in America (student)

2011 China Institute-StarTalk Summer Language Academy

Chinese • July 11, 2011August 19, 2011
  • The Dalton School, New York, NY

Equivalent to one semester of high school Mandarin Chinese, the 2011 China Institute-StarTalk Summer Language Academy offers intensive language instruction with an emphasis on practical communication skills - speaking, writing, and character recognition - integrated with culture workshops, hands-on studio classes, and fieldtrips to area sites of cultural and historical significance. The program offers two levels of Mandarin Chinese classes for students ranging from no experience to five years of Mandarin language learning. This non-residential Academy will be held from July 11, 2011 to August 19, 2011, Mondays through Fridays from 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM in New York City. Needs-based stipends to cover daily expenses for transportation and lunch will be available to select students. Applications are due by May 6, 2011. Admission decision will be made in late May. Needs-based stipends notifications will be issued in June. To request additional information, please contact the Director of the Academy, Ms. Peng Zeng.

212-744-8181 Ext. 138 • pzeng@chinainstitute.orghttp://www.chinainstitute.org/edu/languageacademy
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