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ACTFL (student)

Launching Into Arabic at the U.S. Naval Academy

Annapolis, MD • Arabic • June 22, 2009 July 17, 2009

This is an intensive four-week program in beginning or intermediate Arabic. Program participants must be current midshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy or rising high school 11th or 12th graders currently in Naval JROTC programs in the Annapolis area. This is a non-residential program for the high school students.

703-894-2900 • mabbott@actfl.orghttp://www.actfl.org

ACTFL (student)

STARTALK: ACTFL/CLASS Chinese Student Program at Glastonbury and Choate

Glastonbury, CT • Chinese • July 6, 2009 July 31, 2009

This is an intensive four-week program for students from July 6-31. The program at Glastonbury is for students in grades 2-12 and the program at Choate is for students in grades 9-12. Both programs are full for summer 2009.

703-894-2900 Ext. 110 • mabbott@actfl.orghttp://www.actfl.org

AdvanceLearning (teacher)

AdvanceLearning through the next generation of STARTALK teacher leaders

Arabic, Chinese, Portuguese, Russian
  • June 2, 2014June 13, 2014: Option 2: development of workshops and training to replicate workshops (face-to-face)
  • June 9, 2014June 13, 2014: Option 1: participation in demo workshops as well as training to replicate workshops (face-to-face)
  • Memphis, TN

Focused on teacher empowerment, participants will not only refine their own practices but also learn to develop professional development materials that can be shared and disseminated in their school, district, or region. There are two options for participation to meet the varied needs of teacher leaders. Option 1: designed for teachers to improve their practice through participation in a series of mini-workshops on high-yield teaching strategies. Possible replication materials and strategies will be shared as well. Option 2: designed for experienced teacher leaders with previous STARTALK experiences or STARTALK instructional leads. This experience will allow participants to work with national leaders such as Greg Duncan and Helena Curtain to develop and capture demo lessons or video exemplars of high-yield teaching strategies that would support their professional development presentations as well as practice sessions as part of the program. Serving as a teacher leader-training program, participants from other STARTALK programs will be able to immediately implement their learning in their own program. *Partial-travel assistance may be available for accepted participants.

901-734-0871 • info@advance-learning.orghttp://www.tellproject.org/2014-startalk-program/

Aldeen Foundation (teacher)

STARTALK Teaching Arabic Through Communication: Guidelines for Success

Pasadena, CA • Arabic • June 18, 2009 July 3, 2009

This program is composed of an online program that participants complete from home and an onsite program. online program includes 20 real-life workshops recorded and posted online. The workshops were given by Professor Mahdi Alosh, an expert and leading figure in the field of teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language (AFL).online program prepares the participants by giving them the requisite knowledge for the onsite program. The onsite program is a 12-day program,from June 18-July 3, excluding weekends. During the first six days of the program, participants will be introduced to the main theoretical and pedagogical concepts of teaching AFL through a combination of seminars, hands-on workshops, and micro-lesson teaching presentations to get a clear understanding of the basic practices of teaching AFL according to the communicative approach. The second six days of the program are comprised of a practicum. During this phase, participants will work closely with coaching Master Teachers that they will observe, reflect on their practices, and discuss any thoughts with them. Participants will also be assigned limited time to teach real classes and will be given feedback. Participants will be awarded $1,000 and may apply for five units of credit from Loyola Marymount University.

626-577-2199 • AldeenStartalk09@aldeenfoundation.orghttp://www.aldeenfoundation.org

Aldeen Foundation (student)

STARTALK Summer Course in Modern Arabic for High School Students

Pasadena, CA • Arabic • June 24, 2009 July 15, 2009

This course is designed to take absolute beginners and learners at other levels to a higher stage. All learners will be engaged in speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills according to their language level. Small groups, with an instructional ratio of 1:8, will give learners individualized attention. Learners will be able to learn how to use the course textbook and to continue learning individually, following the course syllabus through the rest of the year and attending monthly support meetings with the program director and teachers. During the time students spend in the program, instructors will introduce learners to the sound and writing systems of the Arabic language and provide them with the basic instructional and lexical knowledge needed to produce language. Throughout the instructional time, students will be able to understand some formal and informal speech through clips of genuine communication that reveal several aspects of culture. Learners will engage in structured functional activities during the class period and communicate with classmates and teachers in class and during Middle Eastern breakfast and social time. Participants who fulfill the course requirement will receive a generous stipend of $500 and three units of college credit from California State University, San Bernardino.

626-577-2199 • aldeenstartalk09@aldeenfoundation.orghttp://www.aldeenfoundation.org

Aldeen Foundation (teacher)

Arabic 4 All

Arabic • May 16, 2011July 1, 2011
  • Aldeen Foundation, Pasadena, CA

This workshop is designed to help Arabic language teachers better understand the differences between L2 and HL learners, and learn how to differentiate curriculum and instruction to address the range of skill levels present in HL classes. After the two weeks of online and face to face training, the training will help strengthening participants understanding of the differences between teaching L2 and a heritage language. The Five Cs from the Standards for Foreign Language Learning in the 21st Century is the underlying principle of the curriculum and various approaches and methods in implementing these Standards in the heritage language classroom. Participants will learn how to use differentiated teaching. Attention will be paid to teaching mixed classes: heritage and non-heritage speakers or heritage speakers of various levels of proficiency in the same class. Language-specific sessions will be conducted by experts in Arabic. The Aldeenstartalk Arabic Teacher Training Program has two modalities: 1-Online training (one week May 16th to May 27th) 2-The face to face (one week June 27th - July 1st from 9am - 5pm) training workshops:

626-577-9122 • Aldeenstartalk09@aldeenfoundation.orghttp://www.aldeenfoundation.org/

Aldeen Foundation (student)

Arabic 4 All

Arabic • July 5, 2011July 22, 2011
  • New Horizon School, Pasadena, CA

Aldeen Foundation will offer three weeks of intensive Arabic language in the 2011 summer program that will accommodate both novice Arabic language learners and heritage learners as well. This intensive three week non-residential course is open for high school students who want to develop literacy and a deeper understanding of historical and contemporary Arabic literature and culture. The program welcomes as well students with no previous knowledge of Arabic. The classroom setting will allow heritage language learners (HLL) and second language (2L) to interact and exchange cultural information during the program. The "Arabic 4 All" project based curriculum will allow students to build academic proficiency in Arabic, using culturally relevant themes such as literature, music, famous figures, historical figures, scientists and poetry as a vehicle for listening, writing, speaking, and reading tasks. Students will have access to individualized instruction and feedback. The course is equivalent of four college units from Cal State University of world language instruction.

626-577-2199 • lkholaki@gmail.comhttp://www.aldeenfoundation.org/

Aldeenfoundation (student)

Startalk :All aboard to Arab world

Arabic • July 5, 2010 July 16, 2010
  • New Horizon Middle School Campus, Pasadena, CA

The program designed to introduce and enhance oral and writing communicative skills, develop vocabulary , reading comprehension and writing through task-based language teaching. In addition, the program will offer age-appropriate standards-based and cultural activities daily. In this two-week program, participants will take an imaginary friend from the United States on a trip to Middle Eastern countries. They will learn the basic skills to greet and introduce themselves and others; exchange information about themselves, families, homes, schools, and hobbies; ask for, follow, and give basic directions; function in a number of Arabic language contexts such as in restaurants and stores; and talk about the variety of countries in Middle East and select their favorite city to live in. Students will also acquire knowledge about the geography, variety of different Middle Eastern customs, and attractions of selected places and historical sites in Middle East and compare them with historical sites in the U.S. They will compare their life style in U.S. and Middle East, and point out the similarities of the new generation of the two cultures. At the end participants will understand that learning a language leads to a greater understanding of others and gain an insight to that world.

626-577-2199 • aldeenstartalk09@aldeenfoundation.orghttp://www.Aldeenfoundation.org

Allama Iqbal Community Center (student)

Allama Iqbal - Brooklyn Urdu Startalk Program

Urdu • August 5, 2013August 26, 2013
  • P.S. 217 COLONEL DAVID MARCUS SCHOOL, Brooklyn, NY

The Allama Iqbal Community Center NY will offer a fifteen day learning opportunity to local school students to improve their Urdu language skills and understanding of Pakistani culture. The “Little Pakistan” area of Brooklyn has one of the largest Urdu-speaking populations in US. The Students will improve their Urdu proficiency and cultural knowledge through an engaging curriculum that integrates Pakistan-related content knowledge and also raises awareness of social issues affecting Pakistani children. In addition to covering fun topics such as the daily lives of Pakistani children and popular games, the program will also address important social issues such as female education, and child labor. These topics will be covered in a sensitive manner that will aim to increase students’ sense of community and their awareness of how assistance can be offered to those in need. The program will be based on the theme “Growing Together through Friendship and Service”. This theme has been chosen because of its strong potential for designing a meaningful curriculum that integrates real-world content with language learning and cultural goals. The curriculum will be based on ACTFL’s National Standards and will incorporate all five goal areas under the “5 C’s” including all three modes of communication.

347-933-7938 • nyopngo@hotmail.comhttp://allamaiqbalcommunitycenter.org

Allama Iqbal Community Center (student)

Allama Iqbal - Brooklyn Urdu STARTALK Program

Urdu
  • August 4, 2014August 22, 2014: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • P.S. 217 Colonel David Marcus School, Brooklyn, NY

The Allama Iqbal Community Center NY will offer a fifteen day learning opportunity to local school students to improve their Urdu language skills and understanding of Pakistani culture. The “Little Pakistan” area of Brooklyn has one of the largest Urdu-speaking populations in US. The Students will improve their Urdu proficiency and cultural knowledge through an engaging curriculum that integrates Pakistan-related content knowledge and also raises awareness of social issues affecting Pakistani children. In addition to covering fun topics such as the daily lives of Pakistani children and popular games, the program will also address important social issues such as female education, and child labor. These topics will be covered in a sensitive manner that will aim to increase students’ sense of community and their awareness of how assistance can be offered to those in need. The program will be based on the theme “Growing Together through Friendship and Service”. This theme has been chosen because of its strong potential for designing a meaningful curriculum that integrates real-world content with language learning and cultural goals. The curriculum will be based on ACTFL’s National Standards and will incorporate all five goal areas under the “5 C’s” including all three modes of communication.

917-662-1635 • nasirpoliceliaison@gmail.comhttp://allamaiqbalcommunitycenter.org

Allama Iqbal Community Center (student)

Allama Iqbal Community Center STARTALK Program

Urdu
  • June 29, 2015July 17, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • PS 217, Brooklyn, NY

The program will be held at P.S. 217, Colonel David Marcus School in Brooklyn, NY. Classes will be held daily from 9:00 to 3:30 over three weeks in June and July and continued learning classes will be offered on weekends through the end of the funding cycle in February. The program will target Urdu-heritage children, and we will market the program through community channels including local Urdu newspapers and radio shows, fliers at local stores, mosques, and churches, and through our center’s extensive contacts list. We are extremely excited about the prospect of using this STARTALK grant to continue promoting Urdu study in the Pakistani-American community in Brooklyn, NY. Thank you for considering the need of the community. We will try our outmost efforts to conduct this program in best possible way. We try to up grade our standards to surpass the expectations of Startalk . We have the full support of the community and community leaders to employ the language in school district for future, and we are able to target this aim due to our Startalk Urdu program.

917-383-9000 • fouziak999@gmail.com

American Bodhi Center (student)

Houston STARTALK Student Program

Chinese
  • June 3, 2014June 26, 2014: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Sharpstown International School, Houston, TX
  • Neff Elementary School, Houston, TX

Houston STARTALK Student Program, administered by the American Bodhi Center, provides a four week Chinese language/culture enrichment course for elementary, middle school and high school students in June 2014. The program's goal is to raise the awareness of and stimulate students’ interest in learning Chinese language and culture. Our program will recruit 90 students in 2nd -12th grade. We will collaborate with two schools in Houston Independent school district and offer 8 classes in total.

713-553-5580 • tracychiang2007@gmail.com

American Bodhi Center (student)

ABC Houston STARTALK Student Program

Chinese
  • June 8, 2015July 2, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Sharpstown International School, Houston, TX
  • Neff Elementary School, Houston, TX

The ABC Houston STARTALK Student Program, administered by American Bodhi Center, provides three and half week summer courses and 90 hours of instruction for elementary, middle and high school students in June 2015. The Program aims to raise the awareness of and stimulate students’ interest in learning Chinese language and culture. The Program will collaborate with two schools in Houston Independent School District to recruit 2nd - 9th graders. Collaboration with Houston school districts has been a successful and effective model for STARTALK student programs from 2008-2014 (administered by Consortium of Texas Chinese Language Institute from 2008 - 2011 and Rice University in 2012 and 2013). American Bodhi Center will continue to utilize the strong and extensive connection with school districts and the community in Houston to promote the STARTALK student program.

713-553-5580 • tracychiang2007@gmail.com

American Chinese Academy (ACA) (student)

STARTALK Chinese Summer Camp for Elementary School Students

Chinese
  • June 29, 2015July 17, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • University Park Elementary School, Hyattsville, MD

American Chinese Academy (ACA) proposes “STARTALK Chinese Summer Camp: Earth Is Our Home”. It will be a three week (June 29, 2015 to July 17, 2015; classes: Monday - Thursday; field trip: Friday day, July 17) intensive Chinese language and culture summer learning program integrated with rich STEM contents targeted for kindergarten through 5th graders at University Park Elementary School in Prince George’s County, Maryland. This student-centered program will provide an immersive language learning environment where students engage in materials and hands-on activities featuring the theme “Earth Is Our Home.” During the program, students will receive technology-enhanced language instruction organized on different topics about the Earth. Students will also participate in craft, martial arts, and traditional musical instrument workshops, as well as a field trip to gain an increased interest and understanding of Chinese culture and language.

240-643-5529 • jeff.chen@pgcps.orghttp://www.americanchineseacademy.org/life-at-our-program.html

American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (student)

ACTFL/CLASS Discover Chinese Student Program

Chinese • July 6, 2010 July 30, 2010
  • Glastonbury High School, Glastonbury, CT
  • Choate Rosemary Hall, Wallingford, CT

There are two programs available for students who are highly motivated to learn Chinese language and culture. In Glastonbury Public Schools, the program is from grades 7-12 (including rising 7th graders and graduated seniors) and at Choate Rosemary Hall, grades 9-12 (including rising 9th graders and graduated seniors). The course dates are July 6-30 and students are expected to attend the entire session. This is a non-residential program available to students who reside in the Wallingford or Glastonbury areas. There is no housing provided for either program. For students who are already learning Chinese, there is an assessment prior to the program to determine the level of placement. Upon acceptance into the program a $200 tuition fee is required. This program does not meet the needs of students who can already speak and/or write Mandarin.

703-894-2900 Ext. 1 • mabbott@actfl.orghttp://www.actfl.org

American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (student)

Launch into Arabic at the U.S. Naval Academy

Arabic • June 27, 2011July 22, 2011
  • U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD

This is an intensive four-week program in Arabic language for rising 11th and 12th graders or graduated seniors. The program is non-residential and students must provide their own transportation. Classes are held at the U.S. Naval Academy and will accomodate both beginners and those who participated last summer. Online applications can be found at www.actfl.org/scholarship.

410-293-6353 • burt@usna.eduhttp://www.actfl.org

American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (student)

Discover Russian Student Program

Russian • July 5, 2011July 29, 2011
  • Discover Russian Student Program, Fairfax, VA
  • Discover Russian Student Program, Glastonbury, CT

This is an intensive two-week program for students interested in learning the Russian language. The student program in Fairfax, VA, runs from July 5-15 from 9:00-3:00 and is for rising 9th graders; the Glastonbury program runs from July 18-29 from 9:00--3:00 for 7-12th graders with little or no experience with the Russian langauge. Both programs are non-residential, do not provide transportation and are designed for beginning students learning Russian language and culture. Online applications for both programs can be found at www.actfl.org/scholarship.

703-955-9228 • betsy.sandstrom@fcps.eduhttp://www.actfl.org

American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) (student)

Launch into Arabic at the U.S. Naval Academy

Arabic • June 28, 2010 July 23, 2010
  • U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD

This is a four-week program in Arabic language offered at the U.S. Naval Academy for midshipmen and a limited number of local high school students. The high school students must be highly motivated to learn Arabic language and about Middle Eastern cultures and must be able to provide their own transportation daily to the Naval Academy. The dates are June 28 to July 23 and students are expected to attend for the entire session. Priority will be given to students currently in the Naval JROTC program and the Homeland Security program in Ann Arundel Public Schools.

703-894-2900 Ext. 110 • mabbott@actfl.orghttp://www.actfl.org

American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) (student)

ACTFL/CLASS Discover Chinese Student Program

Chinese • July 5, 2011July 29, 2011
  • ACTFL/CLASS Choate Discover Chinese Student Program, Wallingford, CT
  • ACTFL/CLASS Glastonbury Discover Chinese Student Program, Glastonbury, CT

This is an intensive four-week program for students interested in learning the Chinese language. The Choate Rosemary Hall program is designed for both beginning and advanced students in grades 9-12. The Glastonbury program is designed for both beginning and advanced students in grades 7-12. There is also an elementary school program in Glastonbury. [For the elementary program contact Rita Oleksak at oleksakr@glastonburyus.org.] Both programs are non-residential and meet from 9:00-3:00 Monday through Friday from July 5-29. There is a $150 tuition payment due upon acceptance into the program. Online applications can be found at www.actfl.org/scholarship.

860-652-7954 • oleksakr@glastonburyus.orghttp://www.actfl.org

American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) (student)

Discover Russian Student Program

Russian • July 2, 2012July 27, 2012
  • Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria, VA
  • Glastonbury High School, Glastonbury, CT

This series provides two separate programs. First, an intensive two-week program for students interested in learning the Russian language in Fairfax, VA, runs from July 2-13 (no classes July 4) from 9:00-3:00 and is for rising 9th graders. The second program is a four-week intensive program in Glastonbury, CT, which runs from July 2-27 from 9:00--3:00 for 7-12th graders with little or no experience with the Russian language. Both programs are non-residential, do not provide transportation and are designed for beginning students learning Russian language and culture. Online applications for both programs can be found at www.actfl.org/scholarship.

703-955-9228 • betsy.sandstrom@fcps.eduhttp://www.actfl.org

American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) (student)

ACTFL/CLASS Discover Chinese Student Program

Chinese • July 2, 2012July 27, 2012
  • Glastonbury High School, Glastonbury, CT
  • Choate Rosemary Hall, Wallingford, CT

There are two programs available for students who are highly motivated to learn Chinese language and culture. In Glastonbury Public Schools, the program is from grades 7-12 (including rising 7th graders and graduated seniors) and at Choate Rosemary Hall, grades 9-12 (including rising 9th graders and graduated seniors). The course dates are July 2-27 (no class July 4) and students are expected to attend the entire session. This is a non-residential program available to students who reside in the Wallingford or Glastonbury areas. There is no housing provided for either program. For students who are already learning Chinese, there is an assessment prior to the program to determine the level of placement. Upon acceptance into the program a $150 tuition fee is required. This program does not meet the needs of students who can already speak and/or write Mandarin. Glastonbury Public Schools also offers an elementary Chinese camp for K-6 students, please contact Rita A. Oleksak at 860-652-7954 for more information. Online applications for both programs can be found at www.actfl.org/scholarship.

860-652-7954 • oleksakr@glastonburyus.orghttp://www.actfl.org

American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) (student)

2013 Discover Russian Student Program

Russian • July 1, 2013July 26, 2013
  • Fairfax, VA
  • Glastonbury, CT

This series provides two separate programs. First, an intensive four-week program for students interested in learning the Russian language in Fairfax, VA, for rising 7-12th graders. The second program is a four-week intensive program in Glastonbury, CT, for rising 7-12th graders with little or no experience with the Russian language. Both programs are non-residential, do not provide transportation and are designed for beginning students learning Russian language and culture. Upon acceptance into the program a $150 tuition fee is required. Online applications for both programs can be found at www.actfl.org/startalk-summer-programs. Glastonbury Public Schools also offers an elementary Russian camp for grade 3-6 students.

703-955-9228 • betsy.sandstrom@fcps.eduhttp://www.actfl.org/startalk-summer-programs

American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) (student)

ACTFL Discover Chinese & Arabic Student Program

Arabic, Chinese • July 1, 2013July 26, 2013
  • Glastonbury High School, Glastonbury, CT
  • Choate Rosemary Hall, Wallingford, CT

Two programs available for students who are highly motivated to learn Chinese language and culture. In Glastonbury Public Schools, the program is from grades 7-12 (including rising 7th graders and graduated seniors) and at Choate Rosemary Hall, grades 9-12 (including rising 9th graders and graduated seniors). This is a non-residential program available to students who reside in the Wallingford or Glastonbury areas. There is no housing provided for either program. For students who are already learning Chinese, there is an assessment prior to the program to determine the level of placement. Upon acceptance into the program a $150 tuition fee is required. This program does not meet the needs of students who can already speak and/or write Mandarin. This is a four-week intensive program in Glastonbury, CT, for 7-12th graders with little or no experience with the Arabic language. The program is non-residential, does not provide transportation and is designed for beginning students learning the Arabic language and Middle Eastern culture. Upon acceptance into the program a $150 tuition fee is required. Online applications for the program can be found at www.actfl.org/startalk-summer-programs. Glastonbury Public Schools also offers an elementary Chinese camp for K-6 students and Arabic for 3-6 students.

860-652-7200 Ext. 2030 • wildmanj@glastonburyus.orghttp://www.actfl.org/startalk-summer-programs

American Councils for International Education: ACTR/ACCELS (student)

Discover Russian

Russian
  • June 29, 2015July 24, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Holmes Middle School, Alexandria, VA

Discover Russian is a four week Russian Language and Culture immersion program offered to rising 6th-12th grade students. This is a non-residential program that meets Monday – Friday from 9:00am – 3:00pm at Holmes Middle School, Fairfax County, VA from June 29 – July 24, 2015. Transportation is not available but lunch is provided daily. Discover Russian offers two levels of instruction: Beginning (Level I) for students who are just beginning their study of Russian of Russian and Intermediate (Level II) for students who have had previous experience in learning or speaking Russian. There is a $150.00 registration fee due upon acceptance into this program. Application can be found here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/198ZILMa2-IJs-0mCeSwLXb7q-uHf0AqoFIpyIZJ7M-0/viewform

703-955-9228 • ecsandstrom@fcps.edu

Anchorage School District (student)

STARTALK Summer 2012 Chinese Language and Culture Camp

Chinese • June 4, 2012June 15, 2012
  • Scenic Park Elementary, Anchorage, AK

STARTALK will give up to 60 K-5 Scenic Park students the opportunity to experience and learn Chinese in a fun, stimulating, and exciting environment. Students will be engaged in the target language, learning Chinese culture and language through singing, math, brush painting, innovative technology applications, role-playing, Chinese-style ping pong, Chinese playground games, and performance. The program is a two-week, ten-day Chinese language and culture experience. Instructional time is 6.5 hours each day, or 65 hours total. The camp will be located on site at Scenic Park. It will begin on June 4th, 2012 and end on June 15th, 2012. May 31 and June 1 will be two full-day professional development days for language acquisition techniques, Cooperative Learning, 21st century educational technology and online applications, and behavior management that reinforces target language.

907-742-1650 • Schmitz_Jennifer@asdk12.orghttp://www.asdk12.org/staff/yang_guohua/pages/Scenic_Parks_Elementary_FLES_Program/Welcome.html
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