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F. Tang: We Need Chinese Teachers (T4)

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This panel will address issues related to Chinese teacher preparation and liscensure in the United States. Across the nation, states vary as to how bilingual teachers and Chinese language teachers …

This panel will address issues related to Chinese teacher preparation and liscensure in the United States. Across the nation, states vary as to how bilingual teachers and Chinese language teachers are certified to teach in the public schools. While teacher preparation programs are usually housed in institutes of higher education, some states have alternative programs for certification. As Chinese language programs expand, so will the need for highly qualified Chinese teachers. This panel of experts will speak to the issues, policies, challenges, and procedures related to the certification of Chinese teachers.

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  • 1.
    • We Need Chinese Teachers
    • A Panel discussion on Chinese language teacher preparation
    • and licensure
    • Frank Tang
    • New York University
  • 2. Content Pedagogical Core General Pedagogical Core Field Experiences Content Core Teacher Candidate
  • 3. Content Core (Chinese)
    • Major in the specialization area
    • Or
    • 36 credits of college course work in the specialization area
    • Or
    • Tested at the superior level of ACTFL language proficiency test
  • 4. ACTFL & Language Testing International (LTI)
    • ACTFL Proficiency Assessments are based on ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines
    • Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI)
    • Reading Proficiency Test (RPT)
    • Writing Proficiency Test (WPT)
    https://www.languagetesting.com/actfl_assessment_academic.cfm
  • 5. General Pedagogical Core
    • Foundation in education
    • Child/adolescent development
    • Literacy development
    • Teaching students with disability
  • 6. Content Pedagogical Core
    • Structure of the target language
    • Applied linguistics
    • Methods in teaching foreign languages
    • Curriculum and material development
    • Intercultural and multicultural education
    • Second language acquisition
    • Second language evaluation
    • Teaching language across content areas
    • Using technology in teaching languages
  • 7. Field Experiences
    • 100 hours of school visit and class observation prior to supervised student teaching
    • Two supervised student teaching placements for at least 20 days at two different grade levels (7-9, 10-12)
  • 8. Other requirements
    • Drug and alcohol prevention workshop
    • Child abuse prevention workshop
  • 9. State Teacher Certification Exams
    • Liberal Arts & Science Test (LAST)
    • Elementary/Secondary Assessment of Teaching Skills (ATS-W)
    • Content specialty test (CST)
    • Praxis I: Reading, writing and math
    • Praxis II: Subject area
  • 10. Skills that will be tested in practice
    • Knowledge about American school system
    • Knowledge about American culture
    • Classroom management skills
    • Interpersonal skills (administrators, colleagues, parents, & students)
    • Motivational skills
    • Willingness to learn and improve

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