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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

Anchorage School District (student)

STARTALK Summer 2015 Chinese Language and Culture Camp

Chinese
  • June 1, 2015June 12, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Scenic Park Elementary, Anchorage, AK

Chinese • June 1, 2015-June 12, 2015 Scenic Park Language and Culture Camp, Anchorage, AK Our 2015 STARTALK Chinese summer camp will give up to 80 students in grades 1-8 the opportunity to experience and learn Chinese in a fun and stimulating environment. Activities will be based on the 5 C’s of the National Standards for Foreign Language Learning in the 21st Century and will incorporate authentic, integrated performance assessments. Students will experience Chinese culture and language through the study of the ocean in an “Under the Sea” theme. Building upon our previous “Wandering Panda” theme, younger students’ self-created pandas will “dive” into a deep-sea adventure. Older students will discover the sea by taking on the role of newscasters and doing research and interviews as real reporters would do. Chinese language and culture through best practices and meaningful, enjoyable activities that maximize time and engagement with the language. They will demonstrate increasing use of Chinese, understanding of Chinese, engagement with the language, love of the language and culture, and a desire to continue.

907-742-1650 • Schmitz_Jennifer@asdk12.orghttp://www.asdk12.org/schools/scenicpark/pages/Scenic_Park_Elementary/Home.html

Arizona State University (student)

From STARTALK to Flagship, ASU Chinese language summer camp

Chinese • Residential Program
  • June 7, 2015June 21, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • ASU Tempe Campus, Tempe, AZ

"ASU Chinese Language Summer Camp: From STARTALK to Flagship" offers a 15-day intensive residential program for motivated current 8th-12th graders who are Arizona residents. This program provides a great opportunity for both heritage and non-heritage learners to explore and expand their knowledge in Chinese language and culture through a highly structured theme- and task-based curriculum. During the program, students will receive instructions in Chinese language and participate in fun, hands-on cultural activities. After the program, students will commit to continuing their Chinese language learning. The camp will be housed on the beautiful Tempe campus of the Arizona State University.

480-965-0703 • xia.zhang@asu.eduhttps://international.clas.asu.edu/k-12-outreach/startalk-program

Arlington Virginia Public Schools (student)

STARTALK Chinese and Arabic Program for Middle School Students

Arabic, Chinese
  • July 13, 2015July 31, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Gunston Middle School, Arlington, VA

The STARTALK Arabic and Chinese Program is intended for students currently in grades 6-8 who have not studied or have limited knowledge of these languages. The goal of this program is to motivate students to begin or continue the study of Arabic and Chinese. The program can accommodate up to 25 students per language. Focus of study will be on understanding main aspects of target culture and communicating about everyday needs and experiences through field trips, hands-on activities, folklore, and technology. Students will be immersed in the target language from day one and will participate in exciting hands-on activities that will allow them to use the language for meaningful purposes. Our program gives first priority to Arlington Public Schools’ students. Once our registration period ends, on May 8th, non-Arlington residents will be considered if space is still available. Non-Arlington residents' applications will be placed on a waiting list during the registration period and will be considered for the program if the opportunity permits. Please see our APS website for more information.

703-228-6097 • margaret.johnson@apsva.ushttp://apsva.us/Page/2133

Asia Institute Crane House (student)

STARTALK : Asia Institute Crane House Chinese Language Program

Chinese
  • July 6, 2015July 24, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • TBD, Louisville, KY

The STARTALK : Asia Institute Crane House Chinese Language Program is a summer language program focused on providing high quality Chinese language and cultural learning to rising 5th, 6th and 7th grade students in the Louisville, Kentucky region. In this 3-week program students are immersed in Chinese language and culture for the duration through projects and group activities. Activities include traditional arts such as paper folding and calligraphy, traditional dances, tai chi, and music. They will also explore contemporary China through its cities, growing economy, environment and the arts. Students will use their own Kentucky heritage as a lens to compare and contrast both cultures. During the course of the program, students learn language and culture, then demonstrate their knowledge in a final program for educators, family and friends. Students who achieve qualified scores on the standardized testing may apply for high school language credit.

502-485-8252 • cheng.fisher@jefferson.kyschools.ushttp://www.cranehouse.org

Asian American Center of Frederick (student)

STARTALK Center for *STEM-Integrated Chinese Studies *(Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)

Chinese
  • June 22, 2015July 2, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Frederick, MD
  • Frederick, MD

AACF's “STARTALK Center for STEM*-Integrated Chinese Studies” will provide students in 4th through 7th grades with an exciting two-week summer experience in Frederick, MD. Additionally, it will offer an optional online extension program of ten weekly classes for older students and an optional 20-hour face-to-face program of weekly classes for younger students. This is an innovative program from which they will gain an increased interest and understanding of Chinese culture and language. Through an immersive Chinese language STEM-based curriculum with the theme, “Discover the Science of China,” students will participate in cultural and scientific activities while simultaneously learning the beginner level Chinese needed for basic communication. Technology will be well incorporated into daily learning activities; upper-level students will participate in an exciting robotics project. Offered at no charge to students, the program will run June 22 – July 2, 9am-3pm, with snacks provided. Students will participate in a field trip to enhance their classroom learning, as well as a culminating celebration and program for parents on the last day. *Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics

301-694-3355 • echung@aacfmd.orghttp://www.aacfmd.org

Bangor Chinese School (student)

STARTALK: The Future Speaks Chinese

Chinese • Residential Program
  • June 22, 2015July 10, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Husson University, Bangor, ME

For the summer 2015, the Bangor Chinese School will continue to provide both new and tested teaching strategies and student learning experiences. BCS now offers to provide a year-seven of instruction and learning experience in which students will take part in standards-based, student-centered language and culture immersion, thematic organized learning with target language and advanced educational technology. Student assessment will be ACTFL standards-based and an emphasis will continue to be placed on meeting the needs of students with a variety of learning styles. All students will be introduced to and use LinguaFolio as a tool of self assessment. A three-week fast-paced program will serve 42 residential and non-residential students. These will consist of grade 4-12 students assigned to one of three language levels. As in the past, a limit numbers of residential facilities will be provided for students who live more than 50 miles from the Bangor-based program.

207-990-0710 • jingzhang@bangorchinese.comhttp://www.bangorchinese.com

Berks County Intermediate Unit (student)

STARTALK 2015: Language Learning through Performing Art

Chinese
  • June 12, 2015June 12, 2015: Program Segment (online)
  • June 15, 2015June 30, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Alvernia University, Reading, PA

For the fourth year, the Berks County Intermediate Unit, Reading Pennsylvania, will hold an immersive Chinese language summer camp. STARTALK 2015: Language Learning Through Performing Arts will provide 50 incoming grade 7-12 students with an intensive language learning experience. Students will participate in language classes based on their incoming level of expertise. Taiji, Peking opera, puppetry and other cultural pieces will be included daily. A community performance and a field trip to Washington D.C. are the concluding pieces of the camp.

610-987-8639 • suecal@berksiu.orghttp://www.berksiu.org/asc

Binghamton University (student)

Sounds of China: STARTALK - Learn Chinese Through Beijing Opera Performance

Chinese
  • July 27, 2015August 14, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY

This unique summer camp integrates Mandarin Chinese language learning with the theme of Beijing Opera, a spectacular and distinctive style of Chinese performing art. Language classes, cultural classes, and crafts workshops will be scheduled in the morning, while Beijing Opera classes will be scheduled in the afternoon. Students will face real-world Chinese language situations and will have the chance to solve unpredictable challenges by using the Chinese language learned on the same day. A goal of this camp is to allow students to communicate with Chinese people of different ages, backgrounds, professions and personal experiences, including some Chinese, young and old, from the local Chinese community. In the end of this program, they will have the language skills to carry out various tasks, from basic survival tasks to expressing opinions. They will also have an understanding of Beijing Opera, including its singing style, the symbolic meaning of its specialized body language, the traditional face painting, the costumes, its social context, its history and its future. Meanwhile, students will be able to think about, describe, and discuss these aspects of Beijing Opera in Chinese language (at each student’s proficiency level).

607-777-3056 • sliang18@binghamton.eduhttp://binghamton.edu/index.php

Brigham Young University (student)

BYU STARTALK Student Program

Chinese • Residential Program
  • June 22, 2015July 11, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Brigham Young University, Provo, UT

Applications now CLOSED for this program. BYU Chinese STARTALK 2015 • 3 week residential program • Offers Levels 1, 2, 3, 4, • Open to 14-18 year old students who are rising 9th graders and not yet graduated from high school. • Held on the campus of Brigham Young University, Provo Utah • Academic curriculum that awards high school credit • “Immersion” environment with classes, activities and field trips all conducted in Chinese Activity highlights: Night Market event, creating music videos, final banquet. ** For more information or to apply online go to: http://ce.byu.edu/cw/startalkchinese/. Application period for the 2015 program is March 2 - March 31.

801-422-9189 • barton7@comcast.nethttp://ce.byu.edu/cw/startalkChinese/

Bryant University (student)

2015 Bryant STARTALK Chinese Language and Culture Student Program

Chinese
  • July 13, 2015July 31, 2015: 2015 Bryant STARTALK Student Program (face-to-face)
  • 2015 Bryant Chinese Language and Culture Student Program, Smithfield, RI

Bryant STARTALK Chinese Language and Culture Program will serve 40 students in Grades 6 to 12 from Rhode Island and southern New England from July 13 through July 31, 2015. This three-week non-residential student summer program offers the following features: - Customized curriculum based on National Standards of Foreign Language Education, and STARTALK endorsed best practices of effective instruction. - Small class setting with close interaction with instructors in multiple proficiency levels. - Well-designed cultural workshops and field trips associated with language learning - Advanced classroom technology aid and multi-media suported teaching and learning. - Opportunity to take Bryant Chinese language course at discounted rate.

401-232-6883 • kxie@bryant.eduhttp://china.bryant.edu

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

Chinese American International School (student)

Chinese American International School STARTALK Elementary Immersion Program

Chinese
  • June 15, 2015July 10, 2015: Session 1 (face-to-face)
  • July 13, 2015August 7, 2015: Session 2 (face-to-face)
  • Chinese American International School, San Francisco, CA

Students will learn Mandarin in an activity based camp under the instruction of CAIS’s own highly experienced teachers. No prior Chinese language skills are necessary to participate in this camp, but all participants must be entering between first and fifth grade in the fall. Children will be assigned by language proficiency as well as age to ensure that every child gets the most out of his or her experience. During each four-week session, students will experience Chinese language and culture through a wide variety of thematic units. Each unit provides a rich setting for learning, and purposefully connects related topics, content and skills. Students are able to apply all learned skills to complete real life meaningful tasks. Language acquisition will come naturally to your child as a result of their participation in immersion-based activities. More advanced students will be challenged to enhance their language skills through a more intensive level of interaction with teachers and other students. Teachers will focus on building students’ confidence in speaking Mandarin outside of the classroom.

415-865-6010 • k_lee@cais.orghttp://www.cais.org

Consortium of Illinois Language Schools (student)

Startalk Nurture Student Program

Chinese
  • June 8, 2015July 31, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Plainfield North High School, Plainfield, IL
  • Joliet West High School, Joliet, IL
  • Henry Puffer Elementary School,, Downers Grove, IL
  • Dekalb High School, Dekalb, IL
  • Lincoln Junior High School, Naperville, IL

In the past six summers, Consortium of Illinois Language Schools has offered very intense and standard based Chinese Immersion language programs to over 1,000 students in 15 school districts. This year the student program will run 90 hour long to 4th to 8th grade students in various school districts in Chicago Suburbs. Classes are immersed with cultural activities to enrich the language learning experiences. The program is costumed to students with the levels from novice-low to novice-Mid to prepare them for future studies, also it is served as training platform for students from our previous teacher program.

630-699-5726 • fredlu98@gmail.com

East Asia Institute at the University of Oklahoma (student)

STARTALK Chinese Language Camp: West meets East

Chinese
  • June 15, 2015July 2, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • University of Oklahoma, Tulsa, OK

Our STARTALK Chinese Language Camp is a 3 week program that targets students grades 3-5 in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area. Our camp will be held at the University of Oklahoma Schusterman Campus in Tulsa, Oklahoma from June 15th - July 2nd. This STARTALK sponsored camp will begin at 9 am Monday - Friday and will conclude at 3 pm. The East Asia Institute and the Confucius Institute at OU is partnering with local elementary schools that are demographically diverse and have existing Chinese programs. Both EAI and OUCI work hand and hand to develop programs that support k-12 organizations and the community. The theme of this camp stems from our highly successful collaboration with our Beijing Opera experts from China. In addition to learning Beijing Opera stories and performing them, they will receive daily Chinese language instruction with additional stories and vocabulary that will enhance their Chinese speaking abilities. Students will learn to do taichi, kungfu, traditional dances, Chinese painting, calligraphy, mask making, and other cultural activities that will support their understanding of the Chinese language and culture.

918-660-3497 • rexburnett@ou.eduhttp://eai.ou.edu/summer-camps

Fargo Public Schools (student)

STARTALK Chinese Program for Teachers and Students in Fargo

Chinese
  • August 3, 2015August 21, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Trollwood School for the Performing Arts, Moorhead, MN

This three-week Chinese immersion program will allow 48 participants grades, 3-5 and 6-8 to attain a novice proficiency level in Chinese. During the six hour days, students will engage in dynamic task-based language learning, practicing martial arts, calligraphy, music, Chinese cooking and ink painting. The theme "Journey to the West - The Monkey King" will provide ample opportunities for communication about animals, action verbs, travel and preferred activities; learning about the cultures of the Chinese folklore, traditions, music and martial arts; connecting to art and history. A field trip to Sen Lin Hu, Concordia Language Villages Chinese Program will provide a rich exchange of activities like archery, dragon boating, dance, calligraphy and interpersonal communication.

701-293-5763 • mary.thrond@gmail.comhttp://www.fargo.k12.nd.us

Fayette County Public Schools (student)

FCPS STARTALK Chinese Summer Program 2015

Chinese
  • June 15, 2015June 26, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Tates Creek Middle School, Lexington, KY

•June 15, 2015 – June 26, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face) Tates Creek Middle School, Lexington, KY Fayette County Public Schools (FCPS) will once again host the Fayette STARTALK Chinese Summer Program, an innovative summer learning experience for up to 100 elementary students. Participating students will be those rising first through sixth grade students enrolled in the district’s sequential, content-related and Kentucky World Language standards-based Chinese language programs during the regular school year. The primary learning goal is to sustain and enhance participating students’ current levels of proficiency, while providing them with opportunities to experience authentic Chinese cultural activities in an immersion environment. In this standards-driven Mandarin Chinese summer learning program, students will engage in relevant, age-appropriate communicative tasks that emerge from non-academic areas of interest and cultural importance as well as from academic content in other curricular areas. Students’ acquisition of Mandarin structures will develop naturally from the communicative tasks and assessments designed around the curricular theme, "Discover China Through its Regions." Students will demonstrate their progress toward developing skills in interpersonal, conversational communication; interpretive listening; and presentational speaking.

859-381-4261 • alicia.vinson@fayette.kyschools.ushttp://www.fcps.net/

Forest Hills High School (student)

STARTALK Forest Hills Chinese Summer Program

Chinese
  • June 27, 2015July 17, 2015: Forest Hills Chinese Summer Program (face-to-face)
  • Forest Hills High School, Forest Hills, NY

This is a three week non-residential Mandarin Summer Program to teach Chinese language and culture to middle school students (preferably 7th and 8th graders) of Chinese background who speak the language (any dialect) at home but have little or no ability to read and write in Chinese. Teaching will mostly address literacy in Chinese. The purpose of this program is to better prepare Middle School students for our high school Mandarin program. The cultural aspect of the program, which main topic will be Chinese-American history, aims at providing the students a richer perspective of their own cultural background.

718-268-3137 Ext. 3120 • rmacias@schools.nyc.gov

Fresno Unified School District (student)

2015 STARTALK Fresno Chinese Language and Culture Academy

Chinese
  • June 15, 2015July 2, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Hoover High School, Fresno, CA

The 2015 STARTALK Fresno Chinese Language and Culture Academy is a fourteen-day, 90-hour Chinese language and culture program offered at Hoover High School in the Fresno Unified School District (FUSD) during this summer. It is for students currently between 5th and 12th grade at school. The program will run from June 15 to July 2 from 8 am to 2:30 pm, Monday through Friday. The standard-based, student-centered program is specially designed for 60 students to learn Mandarin Chinese language and culture. The program will offer novice and intermediate level Chinese language classes. Students will receive 5 units of elective class credit. Students will learn and develop speaking, reading, listening and writing skills while gaining exposure to the products, practices, and perspectives of the Chinese culture. The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) curriculum will be integrated in activities to learn the language. Students will use technology to become familiar with the target language and culture. The target language will be reinforced through painting, calligraphy, abacus, martial arts, craft, dance, music, Chinese chess, cooking, song, sport, and a field trip to San Francisco Chinatown. Students will be immersed in the Chinese language environment to develop an in-depth understanding of the culture.

559-451-4000 Ext. 12107 • elaine.yen@fresnounified.org

Furman University (student)

STARTALK: Furman Chinese Language Camp

Chinese • Residential Program
  • July 5, 2015July 19, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Furman University, Greenville, SC

The 2015 STARTALK Furman Chinese Language Camp is a two-week residential program from July 05-19. It is an intensive language program designed for 28 high school students who have taken at least one year of Chinese, or the equivalent. The program theme is: “You and I: Two Worlds Meet.” The ultimate goal of each day’s learning is to prepare the students for the evening one-on-one video chat with their language partners in China. Immersed in the topics of evening conversations, students live on the beautiful Furman campus with native Chinese language teachers and undergraduate Chinese-speaking camp counselors, build their language skills in intensive morning classes, try their hand at Chinese cooking, Taichi, dance, and games, attend lectures on contemporary Chinese culture and politics, and enjoy language-focused field trips. The program provides 7 hours a day of organized instruction and language-focused activities and weekend tours. Weekend activities feature a group hike with Furman's undergraduate students from China, meetings with the Greenville Chinese Cultural Association, a field trip to a Chinese grocery store followed by a dumpling-making party, a Chinese feature film, and a final farewell performance.

864-294-2545 • dongming.zhang@furman.eduhttp://www.furman.edu/academics/asianstudies/summer-programs-and-teacher-training/Pages/startalk.aspx

Glastonbury Public Schools (student)

Discover Chinese

Chinese
  • June 29, 2015July 24, 2015: Discover Chinese Student Program (face-to-face)
  • Glastonbury High School, Glastonbury, CT

This is an intensive four-week program for students interested in learning the Chinese language. The 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 Jimmy Wildman at wildmanj@glastonburyus.org] This program is non-residential and meets from 9:00-3:00 Monday through Friday from June 29- July 24. There is a $150 registration fee due upon acceptance into the program. Lunch is provided daily, but no transportation is available. Online applications can be found at: http://goo.gl/E0o6Rn

860-652-7200 Ext. 2030 • wildmanj@glastonburyus.orghttp://goo.gl/E0o6Rn

Gonzaga University (student)

Gonzaga University Startalk Chinese Program

Chinese
  • June 22, 2015July 10, 2015: Elementary school session (face-to-face)
  • June 29, 2015July 23, 2015: Middle & High school sessions (face-to-face)
  • Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA

The Gonzaga University Startalk Chinese Program consists of three sessions organized according to student grade level: elementary school (2-5), middle school (6-8) and high school (9-12). All sessions are language-intensive and also incorporate cultural activities such as dance, singing, and crafts. The program is intended for complete beginners or students at the novice level (small amount of prior study of Chinese). The elementary school session runs three weeks from June 23-July 10, meeting Monday-Friday from 9:00-12:00. The middle school and high school sessions run for four weeks, from June 29-July 23, and meet Monday-Thursday from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm. All classes are free of charge. Students in the high school class can earn college credit; there are grade-level and GPA requirements for college credit: please visit our program website for information about college credit eligibility.

509-313-6721 • semple@calvin.gonzaga.eduhttp://www.gonzaga.edu/startalk

Howard Community College (student)

Startalk Intensive Chinese and Arabic Language Learning Experience for Howard County Students

Arabic, Chinese
  • June 22, 2015July 30, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Columbia, MD

Howard Communicty College (HCC) will offer six weeks of intensive instruction in Chinese and Arabic for 42 high school students. Classes (novice/intermediate levels) will run from June 22-July 30 with four hours of instruction per day. Students will have the option of staying later for additional opportunities for tutoring, conversation, and project preparation. Students who successfully complete the program will earn four college credits.

443-518-4410 • jsvacina@howardcc.eduhttp://www.howardcc.edu/academics/academic_divisions/english/StarTalk/Startalk%202013/index2013.html

Howard County Public Schools (student)

StarTalk: Chinese Language Camp

Chinese
  • June 29, 2015July 17, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Clarksville Middle School, Clarksville, MD

In the 2015 STARTALK: Chinese Language Camp, rising 3rd – 8th graders will learn Chinese through the study of various Chinese Stories (this curriculum is different from previous years). In addition, students will acquire language for daily interactions and for talking about families and homes in China and the United States. The focus for beginning level students will be on speaking the language, while students at the intermediate level will also develop reading and writing skills.

443-280-2402 • myriam_montanez-comito@hcpss.orghttp://www.hcstartalk.weebly.com/
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