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Two regional education centers will share technology-mediated models used to provide equal access to Chinese programs. Southern Oregon ESD will share an interactive video conferencing model and will ...

Two regional education centers will share technology-mediated models used to provide equal access to Chinese programs. Southern Oregon ESD will share an interactive video conferencing model and will outline steps to starting a similar program. Video examples from K–5 classes and Chinese culture experiences used to enhance instruction will be featured. WSWHE BOCES will share a hybrid
model used to support a K–12 extracurricular program — including curriculum and asynchronous
activities — that offers a similar level of instruction to traditional programs. The curriculum model and asynchronous activities will be introduced. Participants will be encouraged to increase access to
Chinese language programs by using powerful technology tools.

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P. Sharkey: Using Technology to Create Chinese-Learning Communities  (X5) P. Sharkey: Using Technology to Create Chinese-Learning Communities (X5) Presentation Transcript

  • Increasing Language Diversity, Language Proficiency, and Cultural Awareness Project Director: Peggy Sharkey Instructional Technology Specialist: Huei-Cheng Lin 林惠正
  • Support• Foreign Language Assistance Program• StarTalk• Hanban-Asia Society Confucius Classroom Network• Component School Districts• Families
  • Project Chinese Extracurricular Program for Students in Grades K-12 Choose Your Route:Route Proficiency Highway Route Fundamental PathwayOpen to Grades K-12 Open to Grades K-6
  • Route Proficiency Highway After-School (6 weeks X 1.5 hours) Online--Skype (8 weeks X .25 hours)Fall Online--Blackboard (12 weeks X 2 hours/week)Semester Summer (2 weeks After-School Online--Skype (8 weeks X .25 hours) X 5 days X 5 hours) (6 weeks X 1.5 hours)Spring Online--Blackboard (12 weeks X 2 hours/week)Semester
  • Fall Semester Getting to Know Each OtherFamily Numbers Greetings Zodiac TimeAnimals Parts of the Dates Body Likes/Dislikes Clothing Polite ClassroomPhrases Talk Statements, Questions, Negation, Possession, Pronouns Tones, Pinyin, Characters (Intro)
  • Spring Semester A Birthday CelebrationDescriptions Food/Drinks Greetings Personal Around the Information HouseLanguages Location Activities Schedules PlacesCelebrations Travel Statements, Questions, Negation, Possession, Pronouns, Adjectives Tones, Pinyin, Characters (Intro)
  • Novice LowINTERPRETIVE: ListeningI can understand some commonly used words and expressions, such as please and thank you.I can understand basic information such as days of the week, months of the year, numbers, times and dates.I can understand names of objects in my immediate environment such as words for objects found in classrooms and homesI can follow a simple command, especially when people use gestures.I can understand the difference between a question and a statement.I can follow a one-step direction, especially when people use gestures.PRESENTATIONAL: Spoken ProductionI can imitate the sounds and words that I hear.I can point to and say the names of familiar people, places, and objects in pictures using single words and memorized phrasesI can introduce myself.I can say short memorized phrases, parts of poems, rhymes, songs, and chains of words.I can use an appropriate introduction to begin a presentation.INTERPERSONAL: Person-to-Person CommunicationI can greet people in a polite way using single words and memorized phrases.I can introduce myself to someone.I can answer simple questions using one or two words (yes/no questions; either/or choices).I can respond to questions about my preferences using one or more words or memorized phrases.I can express my reaction to a statement (positive, negative, sympathetic, agreement, neutrality) using one or more words(Great! That’s horrible. That’s too bad. OK. So-So.)
  • Novice LowINTERPRETIVE: ReadingI can connect words written in pinyin to sounds.I can connect some words written in pinyin to meaning.I can connect some characters to their sound and meaning.I can connect some words and phrases written in pinyin to meaning.I can connect characters to meaning. For example, I can distinguish a menu from a birthday party invitation.I can follow pinyin along on the page when something familiar is read aloud.I can recognize characters with help from visuals (family members on family tree, actions given movement, months andholidays on calendar, objects in labeled classroom)I can identify some symbols that help me understand the meaning of characters.PRESENTATIONAL: Written ProductionI can write some numbers.I can label some familiar things.I can write the time of day.I can write some dates.I can copy some characters that I see on the wall, in a book, on the board, or on the computer.
  • Route Fundamental Pathway Cycle of 12 Introductory Units Mouse Bride Go Calf Dao Dao McDull Dog Tiger Grandma Rooster’s Antlers Monkey Kung Fu King Bunny Nezha and the Happy Dragon King SheepAfter-School Sessions Summer Sessions White 2 sessions X 6 weeks X 1.5 hours Lost 2 sessions X 2 weeks X 5 days X 5 hours Serpent Horse
  • Introductory Unit Components• Classroom Tools (Meeting needs and clarifying communication)• Friendship Links (Sharing information about self and others)• Story Line (Digitally enhanced story with listening/reading/retelling practice)• Culture Connections (Highlighting traditional and modern children’s culture)• Language Play (Supporting games, songs, movement, crafts, etc.) Literacy Skill Development Oral Communication Skill Development
  • USING TECHNOLOGY TO TEACH CHINESE IN RURAL AREAS Teachers: Ann Mary Grathwol 郭丽芳, Sophia Hsia 夏天慧 William Michael O’Shea 谢迈克
  • SPEAKING:ASYNCHRONOUS ACTIVITIES
  • VoiceThread
  • Teacher Modeling: Personal Life…
  • Practice…
  • Production: Students’ Stories
  • CrazyTalk
  • SPEAKING:SYNCHRONOUS ACTIVITIES
  • Individual Skype
  • Screen Sharing
  • Group SkypePicture source: Skype.com
  • LITERACY Picture” http://www.wokeforestelementary.om
  • iPod and iPad!
  • Book Project:Electronic Leveled Readers
  • Literacy: ComicLife
  • Write a story…
  • COORDINATING,COLLECTING,COLLABORATING http://www.wsd73.wednet.edu
  • Platform for Everyone
  • Coordinating
  • Collecting
  • Collaborating
  • Contact Information• Peggy Sharkey psharkey@wswheboces.org• Huei-Cheng Lin linh@union.edu