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Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
Building a new model of k 16 chinses language pipeline
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  • 1. University of Rhode IslandWayne He, Qian Xie , Xiaoyan Hu 何文潮、谢芊、胡小艳
  • 2. Agenda Overview of Chinese Studies at URI and outreach effort of URI K-16 Partnerships for Building Sustainable Chinese Programs Management and language & culture instruction in the K-12 classrooms
  • 3. Overview of Chinese Studies at URI Confucius Chinese Language Institute Flagship Program Center forChinese Chinese Chinese B.A. Language & SummerProgram Culture School Chinese Teacher Rhode Island K-12 Certification Chinese Language Program Consortium
  • 4. Chinese B.A. Program Approved June 2011! 30 credits in Chinese language & literature 6 credits in Chinese/Asian studies (in English) Combine with other majors: IEP, IBP, Flagship
  • 5. Chinese Teacher CertificationProgram  Partnership with URI School of Education  Agreement with Minzu University, China
  • 6. URI Confucius Institute Chinese language and culture teaching & Language program development Teacher training School and district leadership travel to China Institute for Asian Studies for High School Students High school student travel to China
  • 7. The URI Chinese FlagshipProgram One of only nine in the U.S. Funded by NSEP Open to all majors at URI  Maintain 3.3 GPA  Professional goals related to China  Honors-level Chinese program
  • 8. The URI Chinese FlagshipProgram  Creating Global Professionals  GOAL: Superior proficiency in Chinese  Capstone Year in China  Nanjing University  Internship
  • 9. Summer ImmersionOpportunities URI Chinese Summer School Flagship Summer Programs
  • 10. Qian XieThe Implement of Chinese Programs in Rhode Island
  • 11. K-16 Partnershipsfor Building Sustainable Chinese Programs Current Partner Districts  Barrington  Pawtucket  South Kingstown  North Kingstown  Jamestown  East Greenwich
  • 12. K-16 Partnershipsfor Building Sustainable Chinese Programs 3 Year Plan  Year 1: Establish After School Programs  Year 2: ○ Maintain After School Programs ○ Develop Chinese as Part of World Language Curriculum  Year 3: Self-Sustaining Chinese Language Programs
  • 13. Chinese Programs Offered a. After-school program b. In-school program c. Chinese Club
  • 14. Partner Schools a. Approaching and developing of partner schools and districts b. Types of Schools: private & public, K- 12 c. Program in individual Schools: After- school, in-school, Chinese club.
  • 15. Curriculum Development a. Guidelines for after-school program b. Teaching meeting c. Future Development
  • 16. Teacher Training a. Certified Teachers b. American Classroom teachers c. Chinese student Volunteers
  • 17. Prospect of Program in theRegion a. Opportunity: The growing interesting in Chinese from students, parents, schools and community. b. Challenges: Lack of resources in schools, current objective of schools. c. Building up a Chinese learning environment. Foster the interest in a wider range.
  • 18. XIAOYAN HUTeaching Chinese in the Six Different Types of Programs
  • 19. 1. In-school Program Montessori elementary school Age groups:4-5 years old 6-8years old Teaching time:once a week, half an hour each time Teaching task: basic Chinese language teaching
  • 20. 2. Heritage Chinese Class  Saturday heritage Chinese class in URI  Age:4-8 years old group ; 13-16years old group  Teaching time:once a week, each time the younger group one hour, the older group one hour and a half  Teaching materials: younger group 《快乐汉语》 older group《走向未来》
  • 21. 3.Afterschool Program Curtis Corner middle school Students:seventh grade and eighth grade Teaching time:once a week, each time one hour Teaching task: Chinese culture introduction, basic Chinese learning, make <my first Chinese book>
  • 22. 4.College Chinese for High School Students  Chinese class with 3 URI credits  Students:eleventh grade students  Teaching time:once a week, each time three hours  Teaching material: Integrated Chinese
  • 23. 5. URI Chinese SummerSchool Students:College Students and Adults of All Ages Teaching time:eight- week program, four weeks at URI, four weeks at Zhejiang University Teaching task: Intensive Chinese language instruction from beginning through advanced levels
  • 24. 6.Conversational ChineseClass Conversational Chinese for Executive Leaders Students:URI faculty and staff members, community members Teaching time:once a week, each one hour and a half Teaching task: basic Chinese
  • 25. Email: Dr. Wayne Hewenchao_he@hotmail.com Qian Xie qian_xie@mail.uri.edu Xiaoyan Huhu.xiaoyan83@gmail.comQuestions?Thank you!

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