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University  of  New  Hampshire (student)

UNH  Startalk  Chinese  Camp

Chinese
  • June 20, 2015July 4, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • UNH Startalk Chinese Camp, Durham, NH

University of New Hampshire (student) UNH Startalk Summer Chinese Program Chinese • June 20, 2016– July 3, 2016 The UNH 2015 STARTALK Chinese Language Summer Camp is a non-residential program co-sponsored by UNH LLC. Experienced language teachers will lead the camp's cultural and linguistic activities. Thirty-six students, in grades 5 through 11 will be divided into novice and intermediate accordingly to develop basic Mandarin Chinese language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) with a focus on simple and healthful Chinese cooking. In addition to intensive language/cooking lessons, students will participate in daily cultural activities that will reinforce language learning and a greater appreciation of Chinese cooking. Other cultural activities may include Chinese calligraphy, paper cutting, kite making and flying, martial arts, Chinese music such as the pipa, and erhu, ping-pong, and a field trip to Boston's Chinatown to do grocery shopping. Students will need to cook their own lunch most of the time through guided instructions. There will be two more days of post program activities centered around the celebration of Chinese New Year In early Feb of 2016 (voluntary only). Students will be able to demonstrate what they have learned in the summer camp, 603-862-3121 • lina.lee@unh.edu • http://www.unh.edu/languages/index.cfm?ID=96D92DC3-A4BB-BDED-95AC6A00C6B2F895

603-862-3123 • lina.lee@unh.eduhttp://cola.unh.edu/llc/program/startalk-camp

University of New Hampshire (student)

STARTALK Chinese Wildcat Camp at UNH

Chinese • June 21, 2010 July 16, 2010
  • University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH

The University of New Hampshire’s 2010 STARTALK Chinese Language Summer Camp is a four-week non-residential program sponsored by the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures. Native-born Chinese teachers with experience teaching at the elementary and university levels will teach 40 students in grades 5-12 who have minimum or no Chinese language preparation. Students will develop basic Mandarin Chinese language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) with a focus on every day communication skills. In addition to intensive language lessons, students will participate in daily cultural activities to reinforce language learning and to foster an appreciation of Chinese culture. Such activities will include Chinese calligraphy, paper cutting, kite making and flying, Sichuan opera, dragon dancing, martial arts, Chinese music such as the pipa, and erhu, ping-pong, Chinese cooking, and a field trip to a local site of Chinese culture. This year the program will focus on living and learning in Sichuan province, which is the largest and most important province in Southwest China. Sichuan is famous for its pandas, its teahouses, and its spicy food.

603-862-4005 • yige@comcast.nethttp://www.unh.edu/languages/startalk

University of New Hampshire (student)

UNH STARTALK Chinese Camp

Chinese • June 23, 2011July 8, 2011
  • University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH

The University of New Hampshire’s STARTALK Chinese Language Summer Camp is a non-residential program sponsored by the Department of Literatures, Languages, and Cultures. Experienced language teachers lead the camp's cultural and linguistic activities. Thirty students, in grades 5 through 10, will be divided into two groups (novice and intermediate) according to their Chinese language preparation. Participants develop basic Mandarin language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) with a focus on every day communication. In addition to intensive language lessons, daily cultural activities that reinforce language learning and an appreciation for Chinese culture. The program opens each morning with Tai chi chuan on the lawn for the physical and mental health benefits of this ancient form of Chinese martial arts. The camp's cultural focus is the Sichuan province, which is famous for its pandas, its teahouses, its spicy food. Activities include Chinese calligraphy, paper cutting, kite making and flying, Sichuan opera, dragon dancing, martial arts, Chinese music such as the pipa, and erhu, ping-pong, Chinese cooking, and a field trip to a local site of Chinese culture. Lunch, catered daily by a local Chinese restaurant, is included as part of the program.

603-862-3769 • pg@unh.eduhttp://www.unh.edu/languages/startalk

University of New Hampshire (student)

UNH Startalk Chinese Camp

Chinese • June 20, 2012July 3, 2012
  • UNH Startalk Chinese Camp, Durham, NH, NH

The University of New Hampshire’s 2012 STARTALK Chinese Language Summer Camp is a non-residential program sponsored by the Department of Literatures, Languages, and Cultures. Experienced language teachers will lead the camp's cultural and linguistic activities. Thirty students, in grades 5 (upcoming 6th grade) through 11 (upcoming 12th), will be divided into two groups (novice and intermediate) according to their Chinese language preparation. Students will develop basic Mandarin Chinese language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) with a focus on simple and healthful Chinese cooking. In addition to intensive language/cooking lessons, students will participate in daily cultural activities that will reinforce language learning and a greater appreciation of Chinese cooking. This year the program will open each morning with 30 minutes of martial arts on the lawn for the physical and mental health benefits of this ancient form of Chinese martial arts. The camp will focus on healthful Chinese cooking. Other cultural activities may include Chinese calligraphy, paper cutting, kite making and flying, martial arts, Chinese music such as the pipa, and erhu, ping-pong, and a field trip to Boston's Chinatown to do grocery shopping. Students will need to cook their own lunch most of the time through guided instructions.

603-862-4005 • Marco.Dorfsman@unh.eduhttp://www.unh.edu/languages/index.cfm?id=96D92DC3-A4BB-BDED-95AC6A00C6B2F895

University of New Hampshire (student)

UNH Startalk Summer Chinese Program

Chinese • June 19, 2013July 3, 2013
  • UNH Startalk Summer Chinese Camp, Durham, NH
  • UNH Startalk Summer Chinese Program, Durham, NH

The University of New Hampshire’s 2013 STARTALK Chinese Language Summer Camp is a non-residential program sponsored by the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures. Experienced language teachers will lead the camp's cultural and linguistic activities. Thirty-two students, in grades 5 (upcoming 6th grade) through 11 (upcoming 12th), will be divided into two groups (novice and intermediate) according to their Chinese language preparation. Students will develop basic Mandarin Chinese language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) with a focus on simple and healthful Chinese cooking. In addition to intensive language/cooking lessons, students will participate in daily cultural activities that will reinforce language learning and a greater appreciation of Chinese cooking. This year the program will open each morning with 30 minutes of martial arts on the lawn for the physical and mental health benefits of this ancient form of Chinese martial arts. The camp will focus on healthful Chinese cooking. Other cultural activities may include Chinese calligraphy, paper cutting, kite making and flying, martial arts, Chinese music such as the pipa, and erhu, ping-pong, and a field trip to Boston's Chinatown to do grocery shopping. Students will need to cook their own lunch most of the time through guided instructions.

603-862-3121 • lina.lee@unh.eduhttp://www.unh.edu/languages/index.cfm?ID=96D92DC3-A4BB-BDED-95AC6A00C6B2F895

University of New Hampshire (student)

UNH Startalk Summer Chinese Program

Chinese
  • June 24, 2014July 5, 2014: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • City not provided, NH

603-862-3123 • lina.lee@unh.eduhttp://www.unh.edu/languages/index.cfm?ID=96D92DC3-A4BB- BDED-95AC6A00C6B2F895
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