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    University of Wisconsin-Madison (Student)

    UW-Madison STARTALK Korean Lang & Culture Academy

    Language(s)

    Korean

    Grade Level(s)

    9-12

    Date(s)
    • June 18, 2018 – July 20, 2018: (Face-to-face)
    Location(s)
    • Van Hise Hall, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI
    Program Setting

    Non-residential

    Summary

    “My Journey to South Korea” serves as the theme for the 2018 UW-Madison STARTALK Korean Language & Culture Academy. We will recruit 35 high school students with no or very little prior experience with Korean with the objective of them reaching a Novice Mid to Novice High level of proficiency by the programs’ end. Learning objectives include developing communicative competencies in contexts of travel, family, food, weather and popular culture while exploring Korean cultural practices, products and perspectives. The program will meet for five hours per day, Monday-Friday, over four weeks, for a total of 100 instructional hours.

    Contact(s)
    (608) 262-3341
    byungjin.lim@wisc.edu
    Program Website

    Seattle Public Schools (Teacher)

    Seattle Schools Startalk Teacher Certification

    Language(s)

    Chinese, Korean

    Date(s)
    • July 30, 2018 – August 17, 2018: (Face-to-face)
    Location(s)
    • Pacific Lutheran University & Seattle Public Schools., Tacoma, WA
    Program Setting

    Non-residential

    Summary

    The Seattle Public Schools (SPS) and Pacific Lutheran University (PLU) STARTALK Teacher Program will offer a four-credit continuing education world language methods course, with a focus on differentiation, working with special needs students, and connecting to STEAM content areas, for 10 Chinese and 5 Korean speakers. This three-week summer intensive course awards 4 credits of continuing education that can be applied to PLU’s alternative routes to full teacher certification program with a World Language Endorsement in Chinese or Korean. During the second and third week of the course, teachers will have the opportunity to observe and microteach during a summer language camp for high school heritage and intermediate second languages learners.

    Contact(s)
    (253) 906-9173
    hassenjk@plu.edu

    Texas A&M University (Student)

    STARTALK: A Virtual Trip to East Asia

    Language(s)

    Chinese, Korean

    Grade Level(s)

    K-2, 3-5

    Date(s)
    • June 1, 2018 – June 28, 2018: (Face-to-face)
    Location(s)
    • Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
    Program Setting

    Non-residential

    Summary

    This 20-day, 80-instructional-hour summer program aims to increase the awareness and interest in Chinese and Korean languages and cultures among the community. The program will also serve as a springboard for the establishment of two-way immersion programs in collaboration with the school district in the next few years. A total of 45 second and third grade non-heritage language learners with no prior experience in Chinese or Korean will be recruited: 30 for the Chinese program and 15 for the Korean program. By the end of the summer program, students are expected to achieve a novice-low level of reading and writing and a novice-mid level of listening and speaking in the target language. They are also expected to develop a sustained interest in the target languages and cultures, continuing their learning in the online program from July to August and in the after-school programs during the academic year.

    Contact(s)
    (979) 845-8384
    k12.foreignlanguages.tamu@gmail.com

    New York City Department of Education (Student)

    K-Talk! Seoul to Soul

    Language(s)

    Korean

    Grade Level(s)

    6-8

    Date(s)
    • July 9, 2018 – August 10, 2018: (Face-to-face)
    Location(s)
    • Francis Lewis High School, Fresh Meadows, NY
    Program Setting

    Non-residential

    Summary

    "K-talk! Seoul to Soul" is a dynamic STARTALK Korean Language Summer Program designed to immerse students in the rich culture and language of Korea through 21st century teaching and learning. Through a virtual exploration using Google, students will engage in a living history of Seoul, re-enacting the past and examining its influence on the present. Real-world experiences in Korean arts and crafts, music, dance, Tae Kwon Do, and food preparation and tasting will bring culture, content, and language to life. E-portfolios, student-created blogs, and interactive exhibitions will highlight students' success. To promote a deep and continuing appreciation for the Korean culture, post-program activities include the 2019 Lunar New Year Celebration at the Korea Society of NYC, the 2018 NYC Korean Parade, as well as two complimentary tickets to the 2019 International Festival at Francis Lewis High School. To support on-going Korean language development, free Rosetta Stone accounts (one per household) will be offered to students' families for the 2018-19 academic year. Aligned to the World-Readiness Standards, the five-week intensive program will be offered Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., July 9, 2018 to August 10, 2018. Space is limited to 30 novice (beginner) participants. Apply by May 31, 2018.

    Potential participants may indicate their interest by completing the Google form at the following link:

    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc5jfOV3XWhjGYmggJY4hKOJva0YjyC...

    Contact(s)
    (718) 281-8247
    jirvingmongui@schools.nyc.gov

    University of Minnesota (Teacher)

    STARTALK:Transitioning to Teaching Language Online

    Language(s)

    Arabic, Chinese, Dari, Hindi, Korean, Portuguese, Persian, Russian, Turkish, Swahili, Urdu

    Date(s)
    • June 11, 2018 – July 1, 2018: Main Program (Online)
    • July 2, 2018 – July 8, 2018: Optional ePortfolio Work (Online)
    Location(s)
    • Completely online program, , MN
    Program Setting

    Non-residential

    Summary

    Experienced classroom teachers of beginning levels of critical languages will be selected to participate in the “STARTALK: Transitioning to Teaching Language Online” (STARTALK:TTLO) program and will work entirely online with the instruction and support of experienced online program instructors.

    The program will be offered as an intensive three-week summer course (June 11 - July 1, 2018) for critical language teachers. Outcomes will include improving the participant teachers’ ability to 1) analyze their experiences as an online students and online language students; 2) articulate the differences between teaching online and teaching in the classroom; 3) design successful online, proficiency-oriented language activities within the three communication modes framework, and 4) identify basic principles of how to design, develop, and deliver their own hybrid or online course. The program includes online language mini-lessons that will be conducted as a “class-within-a-class” so that language learning activities set within the framework of the three communication modes, learner behaviors and needs, online design and expectations, and best practices for teaching online can be modeled and analyzed, created and tested, and peer-critiqued in a safe environment. Participants will be engaged in active for approximately 120 hours total for the program, depending on the needs and skills of the participants.

    Contact(s)
    (612) 625-8848
    johns484@umn.edu
    Program Website

    Mercy College (Student)

    STARTALK: A Student Life in Seoul

    Language(s)

    Korean

    Grade Level(s)

    6-8

    Date(s)
    • July 30, 2018 – August 17, 2018
    Location(s)
    • Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY
    Program Setting

    Non-residential

    Summary

    The STARTALK Korean Language Program at Mercy College, “STARTALK: A Student Life in Seoul,” will advance students’ Korean language competency to novice-mid or novice-high level, depending on their level at program entrance. We will recruit and select 30 students in grades 6-8 with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, including students returning from the previous year’s program. Through both virtual and face-to-face teaching and learning experiences, the students will explore Korean family life, school life, and cultural activities aligned to the World Readiness Standards. The students will have opportunities to create digital stories to present their learning outcomes in the STARTALK program. The program will be offered Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., July 30 to August 17, 2018, for a total of 90 hours of instructional time.

    Contact(s)
    (914) 674-7333
    jkmiller@mercy.edu

    Boston University (Teacher)

    STARTALK Online Korean Teacher Training

    Language(s)

    Korean

    Date(s)
    • July 9, 2018 – August 10, 2018: (Online)
    Location(s)
    • Boston University, Boston, MA
    Program Setting

    Non-residential

    Summary

    This is a two-part, five-week, online program totaling 45 instructional hours, designed for Korean language teachers from K-16 institutions.
    The participants will learn how to create digital teaching resources using educational technology (first 3 weeks) and work on their online Korean teaching portfolios with guidance of instructors (last 2 weeks), which they will submit to the program director at the end of the program.
    Upon completion of the program, participants will have a solid understanding of the standards such as the World-Readiness Standards for Learning Languages; have developed a wealth of resources they can immediately implement in their classes; be ready to continue to create further resources using appropriate educational technology that incorporates the standards in their classroom; and have built a support network for continued growth as an effective Korean teacher. At the end of the program successful participants will receive a certificate for 45 hours of Professional Development Points through Boston University's School of Education. Online application is available at http://www.koreanteachertraining.com.

    Contact(s)
    (617) 358-5033
    kimjs@bu.edu
    Program Website

    CityU of Seattle Startalk (Teacher)

    City University Startalk Teacher Certification

    Language(s)

    Chinese, Korean

    Date(s)
    • July 2, 2018 – July 20, 2018: Alternate Route Teacher Certification (Face-to-face)
    Location(s)
    • Chong Wa Benevolent Assn. Hall, Seattle, WA
    Program Setting

    Non-residential

    Summary

    Outcomes of the City University of Seattle Startalk Teacher Certification program: recruit 16 fluent speakers of Chinese and Korean for Startalk Cohort 12. They will be at the novice teaching level (pre-service). Cohort 12 will take nine undergraduate quarter credits towards a Washington State teaching certificate. The program will run 14 days (July 2-July 20) for a total of 90 instructional hours. After the summer program, candidates will take an additional 14 credits over fall, winter and spring quarters, completing student teaching and the edTPA by June. During the field experience, teacher candidates will take the Designated World Languages test in order to add the world language endorsement to their teaching credentials. Teacher candidates, if all state standards and requirements are met, will then be able to apply for Washington state teaching certificates. The state teaching certificates may be exchanged in other states that have reciprocal agreements with Washington state.

    Contact(s)
    (206) 722-6561
    laubetty@cityu.edu

    Korean School for Global Leaders (Student)

    Junior Chef: Hansik Tour

    Language(s)

    Korean

    Grade Level(s)

    3-5

    Date(s)
    • July 9, 2018 – August 9, 2018: (Face-to-face)
    Location(s)
    • Namu Church of New York, Flushing, NY
    Program Setting

    Non-residential

    Summary

    “Junior Chef: Hansik Tour” is Korean language program for 15 novices and 15 intermediates in grade 3-5. During this program, students will enjoy differentiated instruction under thematic unit focusing on Korean food, Hansik, for 110 hours of instruction over a five-week period. Through this program, students advance their Korean language skills in 3 different modes while gaining knowledge about Korean food through project-based learning to create their own Korean dish collaboratively with their peers. Aligned to the World-Readiness Standards, instruction will be offered Monday-Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., July 9, 2018 to August 9, 2018 at 58-20 Utopia Pkwy, Fresh Meadows, NY 11365 (Francis Lewis High School, 3FL). Potential participants may indicate their interest by completing the Google form at the following link: https://goo.gl/forms/kexBRe0dh286x1k62 or by contacting the Program Director (Mr. Young Jin Jang) at info.ksgl@gmail.com or 646-696-0898.

    Contact(s)
    (646) 696-0898
    info.ksgl@gmail.com

    Center for Applied Linguistics (Teacher)

    STARTALK Performance Assessment Training Program

    Language(s)

    Arabic, Chinese, Dari, Hindi, Korean, Portuguese, Persian, Russian, Turkish, Swahili, Urdu

    Date(s)
    • June 1, 2018 – June 14, 2018: Introductory online modules (Online)
    • June 15, 2018 – July 20, 2018: Follow-up online modules (Online)
    • June 18, 2018 – June 20, 2018: Onsite face-to-face workshop (Face-to-face)
    Location(s)
    • Center for Applied LInguistics, Washington, DC
    Program Setting

    Non-residential

    Summary

    The STARTALK Performance Assessment Training Program at the Center for Applied Linguistics will use a blended online and face-to-face format to train up to 40 STARTALK educators representing all grade and experience levels and STARTALK languages on the fundamentals of performance-based assessment within the STARTALK context. The program will consist of seven online modules, two webinars, and a three-day face-to-face workshop over the course of 7 continuous weeks. Participants who complete the program will develop performance assessment tasks, adapt rating rubrics, create self-assessment tools for students, and create a standards- and curriculum-based assessment plan with performance objectives. Participants will be prepared to continue to develop these tools and integrate best practices in assessment with best practices in instruction into their teaching. After active instruction ends, the online modules will remain available as a continued reference and for sharing materials and resources until March 31, 2019.

    Contact(s)
    (202) 355-1532
    Lballard@CAL.ORG

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