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  1. STARTALK Classroom Video- National Council of Less Commonly Taught Languages (NCOLCTL)- Swahili

    Return to STARTALK Classroom Video Collection This lesson was filmed during the tenth week of a first semester course at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. There are 22 students enrolled in the course. The students in this class had not previously le ...

  2. STARTALK Classroom Video- OneWorld Now!- Arabic

    Return to STARTALK Classroom Video Collection This lesson was filmed with a group of students who are taking Arabic for high school credit. The OneWorld Now! students meet two days after school per week, for a total of three hours per week. Several of the ...

  3. STARTALK Classroom Video- OneWorld Now!- Chinese

    Return to STARTALK Classroom Video Collection This lesson was filmed with a group of students who are taking Chinese I for high school credit. The OneWorld Now! students meet two days after school per week, for a total of three hours per week. For the mos ...

  4. STARTALK Classroom Video- Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey- Chinese

    Return to STARTALK Classroom Video Collection This lesson was filmed with a group of 6th grade students at Novice Low level. The 8 students in this class had three hours of instruction prior to filming this lesson. The instructor Rebecca Wang has particip ...

  5. STARTALK Classroom Video- Language Acquisition Resource Center at San Diego State University- Persian

    Return to STARTALK Classroom Video Collection The intermediate students in this video attend Persian classes on Thursdays after school and on Saturdays. They were part of the STARTALK summer program. Students will produce a written and oral autobiography ...

  6. STARTALK Classroom Video- San Diego State University/San Diego Turkish School- Turkish

    Return to STARTALK Classroom Video Collection The elementary students in this video attend the San Diego Turkish School on Saturdays. They are heritage learners who may or may not speak Turkish at home. Most understand spoken Turkish. The lesson that is s ...

  7. STARTALK Classroom Video- University of Pennsylvania- Urdu

    Return to STARTALK Classroom Video Collection This lesson took place the first day of week three during the summer course at the University of Pennsylvania Urdu STARTALK student program. The students range in age from 18–21 years old and are heritage lear ...

  8. Classroom Management

    This video focuses on two key elements of classroom management — clear learning goals and clear expectations for behavior. This video highlights strategies for instruction and assessment that can be used throughout lessons to maintain control of the class ...

  9. Engaging Language Learners- Video

    Return to Professional Learning Resources to Support STARTALK-endorsed Principles Loading the player... Instructional Resource(s):  Student Proficiency Level(s):  Novice Intermediate Advanced Material Type(s):  Video Instruction Grade Level(s):  K-2 3-5 6 ...

  10. University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Learner Centeredness Module- Workshop Video

    Watch in the following video as Dr. Aleidine (Ali) J. Moeller works with a group of 29 critical language teachers to get them started reflecting on their own beliefs about language teaching and learning. In this workshop, she discusses and models importan ...

  11. University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Exploratory Practice Module- Workshop Video

    Watch in the following video as Dr. Corinne Crane works with a group of critical language teachers to get them started on their EP projects. In this workshop, she discusses the importance of reflective practice, introduces the concept of puzzling, and exp ...

  12. Laura Terrill- Aligned with a Growth Mindset (Student Programs)

    Back to 2016 Spring Conference Presentations This multimedia production was developed for the STARTALK 2016 Spring Conference by Laura Terrill. STARTALK resources are designed to keep us focused on teaching and learning. This workshop introduces how the S ...

  13. Greta Lundgaard and Rubab Qureshi- Cultivating Growth: Planning for Learning in Student Programs

    Back to 2016 Spring Conference Presentations This multimedia production was developed for the STARTALK 2016 Spring Conference by Greta Lundgaard and Rubab Qureshi. STARTALK summer programs cultivate learning through focused planning. Learning goals for st ...

  14. Paul Sandrock- Using STARTALK Curriculum and Learning Plan Templates to Plan Assessment for Learning

    Back to 2016 Spring Conference Presentations This multimedia production was developed for the STARTALK 2016 Spring Conference by Paul Sandrock. STARTALK programs focus on real applications of language. What is the proof that learners are able to use their ...

  15. Duarte Silva, Ying Jin, Claire Albert- Essential Leadership Actions to Support a Successful Student Program

    Back to 2016 Spring Conference Presentations This multimedia production was developed for the STARTALK 2016 Spring Conference by Duarte Silva, Ying Jin, and Claire Albert. This session focuses on outlining and modeling specific actions that lead to suppor ...

  16. Elizabeth Sandstrom, Nataliya Ushakova, Kateryna Ratushnyuk- Meeting Teacher and Student Learning Targets in Combination Programs

    Back to 2016 Spring Conference Presentations This multimedia production was developed for the STARTALK 2016 Spring Conference by Elizabeth Sandstrom, Nataliya Ushakova, and Kateryna Ratushnyuk. What happens when students learning a new language connect wi ...

  17. Leslie Grahn, Deborah Espitia- Responding to the Needs of All Learners in the Differentiated Classroom

    Back to 2016 Spring Conference Presentations This multimedia production was developed for the STARTALK 2016 Spring Conference by Leslie Grahn and Deborah Espitia. Just how do we meet the needs of all our learners in our language programs? Join us in exper ...

  18. Using the Target Language and Making Comprehensible Input

    These videos will consider two key questions: Why is it so important to use the target language and how do we make input comprehensible? Part 1 Loading the player... Part 2 Loading the player... Instructional Resource(s):  Student Material Type(s):  Video ...

  19. Peggy Boyles and Greta Lundgaard- Planning Instruction with the Learner in Mind

    This multimedia production was developed for the STARTALK 2015 Spring Conference by Peggy Boyles and Greta Lundgaard Loading the player... Instructional Resource(s):  Student Material Type(s):  Video TELL Domain(s):  Planning ...

  20. Persian Infrastructure Building Project

    The principle goal of this project is to provide teachers of Persian, in particular, and all other novice teachers, in general, with resources to teach courses at the Novice-Mid to Intermediate-High levels of proficiency. Each course comprises 60 contact ...

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