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Cape Henlopen School District (teacher)

Delaware Lighthouse Chinese Partnership: A STARTALK Summer Program for Teachers of Early Language Learners

Lewes, DE • Chinese • July 13, 2009 August 1, 2009Residential Session

none provided

302 645-6686 Ext. 234 • mkelley@cape.k12.de.ushttp://www.capehenlopenschools.com/

Cape Henlopen School District (student)

Delaware's Lighthouse Chinese Partnership: A STARTALK Summer Program for Early Language Learners

Lewes, DE • Chinese • July 20, 2009 July 31, 2009

The Cape Henlopen School District, in partnership with the University of Delaware, the Delaware Department of Education, and the Chinese School of Delaware, is pleased to present the First State's first Chinese language summer camp for early language learners. The Delaware Lighthouse Chinese Partnership will provide an innovative summer learning experience for 50 elementary school students (3rd through 5th grade) who have participated in the district's Lighthouse Chinese Program during the regular school year. This two-week immersion language camp will provide participants the opportunity to develop higher levels of Chinese language proficiency and gain deeper insights into perspectives of Chinese culture. The program's theme, Life at the Seashore, will capitalize on the local surroundings and will facilitate participants' connections for their language learning.

302 645-6686 Ext. 234 • mkelley@cape.k12.de.ushttp://www.capehenlopenschools.com

Cape Henlopen School District (teacher)

Delaware's Lighthouse Chinese Partnership: A STARTALK Summer Program for Teachers of Early Language Learners

Chinese • July 12, 2010 July 30, 2010Residential Program
  • Delaware's Lighthouse Chinese Partnership: A STARTALK Summer Program for Teachers of Early Language Learners, Lewes, DE

The Cape Henlopen School District, in partnership with the University of Delaware College of Education and the Delaware Department of Education, is pleased to offer this teacher program to promote high levels of proficiency in early language learning. The program is open to 10 in-service, pre-service, or alternative route teachers. This intensive three-week program is divided into two 3-credit University of Delaware graduate courses. The first week will consist of the Early Language Learning Methods course. Dr. Helena Curtain, co-author of Languages and Children: Making the Match, and UD professor Dr. Zhiyin Renee Dong will lead this course. Dr. Gregory Fulkerson, Education Associate for World Languages and International Education at the Delaware Department of Education, will also present on the Delaware Recommended Curriculum for World Languages and how it promotes early langauge learning and continued professional growth. The second two weeks will provide a practicum course as teacher participants take part in the Partnership's day camp for children in grades K-5. Practicum participants will observe master teachers and design and facilitate learning opportunities for the campers throughout the two-week period.

302-735-4180 • gfulkerson@doe.k12.de.us

Cape Henlopen School District (student)

Delaware's Lighthouse Chinese Partnership

Chinese • July 19, 2010 July 30, 2010
  • Delaware's Lighthouse Chinese Partnership, Lewes, DE

The Cape Henlopen School District, in partnership with the University of Delaware and the Delaware Department of Education, is pleased to again offer an innovative summer learning experience for 50 elementary school students (K-5) who have participated in the district's FLAP-funded Lighthouse Chinese Program during the regular school year. This two-week language immersion camp will provide participants the opportunity to develop higher levels of Chinese language proficiency and gain deeper insights into perspectives of Chinese culture. The program's theme--Life at the Seashore--will focus on the local surroundings and facilitate participants' connections to their language learning.

302-645-1439 • Lori.Roe@cape.k12.de.ushttp://www.cape.k12.de.us/~chinesecamp/cape/

Cape Henlopen School District (teacher)

Delaware's Lighthouse Chinese Partnership

Chinese • July 25, 2011July 29, 2011Residential Program
  • Cape Henlopen School District, Lewes, DE

The Cape Henlopen School District, in partnership with the University of Delaware College of Education and the Delaware Department of Education, is pleased to offer this teacher program to promote high levels of proficiency in early language learning. The program is open to 10 in-service, pre-service, or alternative route teachers. This intensive three-week program is divided into two 3-credit University of Delaware graduate courses. The first week will consist of the Early Language Learning Methods course. Dr. Helena Curtain, co-author of Languages and Children: Making the Match, and UD professor Dr. Zhiyin Renee Dong will lead this course. Dr. Gregory Fulkerson, Education Associate for World Languages and International Education at the Delaware Department of Education, will also present on the Delaware Recommended Curriculum for World Languages and how it promotes early language learning and continued professional growth. Lori Roe, Instructional Technology Specialist will support the integration of technology to enhance Chinese Language acquisition. The second two weeks provide a practicum course as teacher participants take part in the Partnership's day camp for children in grades K-5. Practicum participants will observe master teachers and design and facilitate learning opportunities for the campers throughout the two-week period.

302-735-4180 • gfulkerson@doe.k12.de.us

Cape Henlopen School District (student)

Delaware's Lighthouse Chinese Partnership

Chinese • August 1, 2011August 12, 2011
  • Cape Henlopen School District, Lewes, DE

Delaware's Lighthouse Chinese Partnership, Lewes, DE The Cape Henlopen School District, in partnership with the University of Delaware and the Delaware Department of Education, is pleased to again offer an innovative summer learning experience for 50 elementary school students (K-5), many of whom have participated in the previous years' program, as well as in the district's FLAP-funded Lighthouse Chinese Program in the past. This two-week language immersion camp will provide participants the opportunity to develop higher levels of Chinese language proficiency and gain deeper insights into perspectives of Chinese culture. The program's theme--Life at the Seashore--will focus on the local surroundings and facilitate participants' connections to their language learning.

302-645-1439 • Lori.Roe@cape.k12.de.ushttp://www.cape.k12.de.us/~chinesecamp/cape

Cape Henlopen School District (teacher)

STARTALK Chinese Language Summer Program for Teachers of Early Learners

Chinese • July 23, 2012August 10, 2012Residential Program
  • Shields Elementary School, Lewes, DE

The Cape Henlopen School District, in partnership with the University of Delaware College of Education and the Delaware Department of Education, is pleased to offer this teacher program to promote high levels of proficiency in early language learning. The program is open to 10 in-service, pre-service, or alternative route teachers. This intensive three-week program is divided into two 3-credit University of Delaware graduate courses. The first week will consist of the Early Language Learning Methods course. Dr. Helena Curtain, co-author of Languages and Children: Making the Match, and UD professor Dr. Zhiyin Renee Dong will lead this course. Dr. Gregory Fulkerson, Education Associate for World Languages and International Education at the Delaware Department of Education, will also present on the Delaware Recommended Curriculum for World Languages and how it promotes early langauge learning and continued professional growth. The second two weeks will provide a practicum course as teacher participants take part in the Partnership's day camp for children in grades K-5. Practicum participants will observe master teachers and design and facilitate learning opportunities for the campers throughout the two-week period.

302-645-1439 • gfulkerson@DOE.K12.DE.UShttp://www.cape.k12.de.us/~chinesecamp/

Cape Henlopen School District (student)

STARTALK Chinese Language Summer Program for Students

Chinese • July 30, 2012August 10, 2012
  • Shields Elementary School, Lewes, DE

The Cape Henlopen School District, in partnership with the University of Delaware and the Delaware Department of Education, is pleased to offer an innovative summer learning experience for elementary school students (K-5), accommodating new and returning students. This two-week language immersion camp will provide participants the opportunity to develop higher levels of Chinese language proficiency and gain deeper insights into perspectives of Chinese culture. The program's theme--Life at the Seashore--will focus on the local surroundings and facilitate participants' connections to their language learning. Technology will be an integral part of the curriculum to enhance learning in the target language and promote 21st century skills.

302-645-1439 • Lori.Roe@cape.k12.de.ushttp://www.cape.k12.de.us/~chinesecamp/

Cape Henlopen School District (teacher)

Lighthouse Chinese Program for Teachers of Early Language Learners

Chinese • July 15, 2013August 2, 2013Residential Program
  • Cape Henlopen School District, Lewes, DE

The Cape Henlopen School District, in beautiful coastal Delaware, is proud to partner with the University of Delaware to offer an innovative, residential summer learning experience for 10 in-service, pre-service, or alternative route teachers seeking K-12 world language certification. In its fifth year, the program provides training and practicum experience in methods and instructional strategies that promote high levels of proficiency in early language learning. The first week of this three-week program consists of an intensive methodology course, focusing on early language learning, instructed by Zhiyin (Renee) Dong, University of Delaware professor, and ChiaChyi Chui, co-author of Flying with Chinese (K-6 textbook series). Weeks two and three afford participants a practicum experience working with master teachers in the Sea Dragon King Summer Camp, a Startalk student program for elementary school students (ages 5-12). Participants earn credit toward initial teaching certification or for the renewal of current teaching certificates.

302-645-6686 • michael.kelley@cape.k12.de.ushttp://www.capehenlopenschools.com

Cape Henlopen School District (student)

Sea Dragon King Summer Camp

Chinese • July 22, 2013August 2, 2013
  • Richard Shields Elementary School, Lewes, DE

The Cape Henlopen School District, in beautiful coastal Delaware, is proud to partner with the University of Delaware to offer an exciting, innovative summer learning experience for up to 75 elementary school students (ages 5-12). In its fifth year, this two-week language immersion camp provides participants the opportunity to develop higher levels of Chinese language proficiency and to gain deeper insights into perspectives of Chinese culture. The program's theme, Life at the Seashore, focuses on local surroundings and facilitates participants' connections to their language learning. Technology integration, primarily through the use of iPads, will also enhance the learners' experience. Daily camp activities will be featured on a program web site as students produce podcasts and blogs of their language learning.

302-645-6686 • michael.kelley@cape.k12.de.ushttp://www.capehenlopenschools.com

Delaware Department of Education (teacher)

Delaware Chinese Immersion STARTALK Program for Teachers

Chinese • July 18, 2013August 2, 2013Residential Program
  • Christina School District, Newark / Wilmington, DE

The Delaware Chinese Partnership STARTALK Program for Teachers will provide a standards-based and feedback-rich learning experience for up to 15 elementary Chinese language teachers through a combination of methods seminars, practicum experiences, and instructional coaching sessions over the course of sixteen days. The program will involve participants in three days of pre-camp orientation and professional development followed by a two-week instructional practicum as teachers in a Kindergarten student camp centered around the theme of Mulan. Program Instructors including Helena Curtain, Lynn Fulton-Archer, and Xiao Liu will provide an intensive methodology experience that focuses primarily on making input comprehensible and conducting checks for comprehension for early language learners. Participants will develop materials for and teach lessons focusing on high-frequency, novice-level topics including introducing self and family members, comparing student families to the family of Mulan, stating likes and dislikes about activities, and comparing student interests to Mulan’s interests. Preservice, in-service and alternative-route teacher candidates will implement best practices in instruction and learn to effectively provide input and check for comprehension in an early language learning classroom setting during this residential program.

302-735-4180 • lynn.fulton@doe.k12.de.ushttp://www.doe.k12.de.us/infosuites/staff/ci/content_areas/startalk_teachers.shtml

Delaware Department of Education (student)

Delaware Chinese Immersion STARTALK Program for Students

Chinese • July 22, 2013August 1, 2013
  • Downes Elementary School, Newark, DE

The Delaware Chinese Immersion STARTALK Program for Students is designed to support Delaware’s Chinese Language Immersion classrooms and provide a rich linguistic and cultural experience for kindergarten students in learning Chinese language and culture through curriculum centered around the story of Mulan. The program will involve fifty students from the in an eight-day, thirty-two hour language and culture camp. Enrollment priority will be given to students in the Christina School District / Downes Elementary School Immersion Program. Speaking and listening goals at the end of the program include the ability to demonstrate comprehension of common classroom commands and topic-related questions, appropriately answer questions with limited responses (yes/no, either/or) and begin to formulate simple sentences from learned vocabulary. All classes will participate in a capstone project where they will demonstrate their acquired language skills in oral and visual presentations appropriate to their grade.

302-735-4180 • lynn.fulton@doe.k12.de.ushttp://www.doe.k12.de.us/infosuites/staff/ci/content_areas/startalk_students.shtml

Yuva Hindi Sansthan (student)

Yuva Startalk Summer Hindi Camp 2011

Hindi • July 28, 2011August 6, 2011
  • Delaware Technical & Community College, Newark, DE

This is a deep immersion Hindi language and culture camp for providing opportunities to 100 young learners of rising 6th to 11th graders to become bilingual and bicultural. No prior knowledge of Hindi is required. Students at all levels of proficiency in Hindi (excepting native level) are welcome to apply. Students admitted in the program will be grouped on the basis of their current proficiency level in Hindi. The program will aim at generating students’ interest in Hindi language and the cultures of South Asia through a Standard-based curriculum. Language learning will be through various cultural activities - theater, dance, music, games and yoga, etc. The use of emerging technologies will be an important aspect of the program. Real life opportunities for language use will be provided through field trips and role-plays. Classes will be small for individualized feedback. Students will receive Hindi learning materials (conventional and digital) for continuing with Hindi after the program. The program will be from 9 to 6 everyday with lunch break and two snack breaks. There is a fee of $300 per student out of which $200 check will be returned on the last day of the program upon successful completion of the program.

856-241-7382 • dalia560@yahoo.comhttp://www.yuvahindisansthan.org
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