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Teaching Chinese Resouces (student)

STARTALK Sprouting Student Program

Chinese • June 11, 2013August 9, 2013
  • Kit Carson Enpowered Elementary School, Las Vegas, NV
  • Winchester Cultural Center, Las Vegas, NV

The focus of the programs is to provide the students the opportunity to learn basic Chinese language and the culture within a relaxed and welcoming environment. The goal is for students to be able to greet people and handle daily conversation about themselves and their families by the end of the summer. The conversational themes and topics being addressed include age/grade, numbers, dates (years, months, and days), family members, and countries. The cultural topics include calligraphy, festivals, crafts (lantern making, knots, etc.), Chinese games, lion dance and yoyo. The program hopes to inspire the student’s interest to continue learning about the Chinese language and culture.

626-593-9871 • historybee@hotmail.comhttp://www.teachingchinese.org/kitcarson/

Teaching Chinese Resources (teacher)

STARTALK Sprouting Teacher Program

Chinese • July 25, 2011August 6, 2011
  • Las Vegas Chinese School, Las Vegas, NV

The workshop is designed to help certificated and heritage Chiense language teachers understand the differences between teaching L2 and HL learners, thematic planning, and effective tasks-based teaching strategies that take students’ proficiencies into consideration. Participants will apply the principles of Understanding by Design to implement their own teaching plans and select materials and assessment tools for teaching in Chinese classrooms in a variety of educational settings, including K–12 schools, Chinese language schools, and summer camps.

562-697-7975 • historybee@hotmail.comhttp://www.teachingchinese.org

Teaching Chinese Resources (student)

STARTALK Sprouting Student Program

Chinese • August 31, 2011September 30, 2011
  • Echo Loder Elementary School, Reno, NV

The focus of the programs is to provide the students the opportunity to learn basic Chinese language and the culture within a relaxed and welcoming environment. The goal is for students to be able to greet people and handle daily conversation about themselves and their families by the end of the summer. The conversational themes and topics being addressed include age/grade, numbers, dates (years, months, and days), family members, and countries. The cultural topics include calligraphy, festivals, crafts (lantern making, knots, etc.), Chinese games, lion dance and yoyo. The program hopes to inspire the student’s interest to continue learning about the Chinese language and culture.

562-697-7975 • historybee@hotmail.comhttp://www.teachingchinese.org

Teaching Chinese Resources (teacher)

The STARTALK Sprouting Teacher Program

Chinese • June 4, 2012July 1, 2012
  • Las Vegas Chinese School, Las Vegas, NV

The workshop is designed to help certificated and heritage Chiense language teachers understand the differences between teaching L2 and HL learners, thematic planning, and effective tasks-based teaching strategies that take students’ proficiencies into consideration. Participants will apply the principles of Understanding by Design to implement their own teaching plans and select materials and assessment tools for teaching in Chinese classrooms in a variety of educational settings, including K–12 schools, Chinese language schools, and summer camps.

626-593-9871 • contact@teachingchinese.orghttp://www.teachingchinese.org

Teaching Chinese Resources (student)

STARTALK Sprouting Student Program

Chinese • June 11, 2012July 13, 2012
  • Kit Carson Enpowered Elementary School, Las Vegas, NV

The focus of the programs is to provide the students the opportunity to learn basic Chinese language and the culture within a relaxed and welcoming environment. The goal is for students to be able to greet people and handle daily conversation about themselves and their families by the end of the summer. The conversational themes and topics being addressed include age/grade, numbers, dates (years, months, and days), family members, and countries. The cultural topics include calligraphy, festivals, crafts (lantern making, knots, etc.), Chinese games, lion dance and yoyo. The program hopes to inspire the student’s interest to continue learning about the Chinese language and culture.

626-593-9871 • contact@teachingchinese.orghttp://www.teachingchinese.org/student

Teaching Chinese Resources (teacher)

STARTALK Sprouting Teacher Program

Chinese • June 1, 2013June 14, 2013
  • Las Vegas Chinese School, Las Vegas, NV

The workshop is instucted by Dr. Wei-Ling Wu and designed to help certificated and heritage Chiense language teachers understand the differences between teaching L2 and HL learners, thematic planning, and effective tasks-based teaching strategies that take students’ proficiencies into consideration. Participants will apply the principles of Understanding by Design to implement their own teaching plans and select materials and assessment tools for teaching in Chinese classrooms in a variety of educational settings, including K–12 schools, Chinese language schools, and summer camps.

626-377-1620 • historybee@hotmail.comhttp://www.teachingchinese.org/teacher

Teaching Chinese Resources (teacher)

STARTALK Sprouting Teacher Program

Chinese
  • June 7, 2014August 30, 2014: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Clark County School District, Las Vegas, NV

The workshop is instucted by Dr. Wei-Ling Wu and designed to help certificated and heritage Chiense language teachers understand the differences between teaching L2 and HL learners, thematic planning, and effective tasks-based teaching strategies that take students’ proficiencies into consideration. Participants will apply the principles of Understanding by Design to implement their own teaching plans and select materials and assessment tools for teaching in Chinese classrooms in a variety of educational settings, including K–12 schools, Chinese language schools, and summer camps.

626-593-9871 • contact@teachingchinese.orghttp://teachingchinese.org/teacher

Teaching Chinese Resources (student)

STARTALK Sprouting Student Program

Chinese
  • July 7, 2014August 1, 2014: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Winchester Cultural Center, Las Vegas, NV
  • Basic High School, Henderson, NV

The focus of the programs is to provide the students the opportunity to learn basic Chinese language and the culture within a relaxed and welcoming environment. The goal is for students to be able to greet people and handle daily conversation about themselves and their families by the end of the summer. The conversational themes and topics being addressed include age/grade, numbers, dates (years, months, and days), family members, and countries. The cultural topics include calligraphy, festivals, crafts (lantern making, knots, etc.), Chinese games, lion dance and yo-yo. The program hopes to inspire the student’s interest to continue learning about the Chinese language and culture. And, the Huntington Library and Gardens program is designated for intermediate level and up students who will be trained to be bilingual docent at the Chinese Garden of the library and be able to tour the beautiful garden at the end of program.

626-593-9871 • contact@teachingchinese.orghttp://teachingchinese.org/student
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