The Confucius Institute at SDSU announces the 2015 Confucius Institute Chinese Summer Camp Program. This exciting 10-day program will provide a wonderful experience for the students to explore not only the Chinese language, but its rich and beautiful culture as well. This program will consist of extensive language courses in which students will be grouped together based on his/her Mandarin proficiency and culture related activities consisting of a variety of cultural presentations. This interaction opportunity will allow students to practice their Chinese and have fun with Chinese related activities.
Dates: July 20-24, 2015 and July 27-31, 2015
Times:9:30am - 2:30pm, Daily
Fees: First child: $200, Second child: $150
Meals are not included, but light snacks and water will be provided
The program this year is open to 1st (entering 2nd) to fith grade students who attend Confucius Classroom schools regardless of their Chinese fluency. To ensure the quality of the program, the limited space is set at 20 students for the entire program. We encourage that you apply immediately to guarantee your student’s participation in this program. The deadline to accept your application is June 5, 2015 or until the maximum number of students has been reached.
We thank you for your interest and support. For more information, please contact the Confucius Institute at 619-594-4791 or by eamil at CISDSU@gmail.com. Please click here to see the program flier.
May 7, 2015: The program has reached max capacity. Applications received will be placed on our waitlist. An email will be sent out in the next few weeks to confirm entry into the program.
2015 SDSU CHINA SUMMER STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM
Join us for the exciting China Summer Program in Shanghai!
Learn about Chinese history, culture and business practices in an exciting three-week program taught in English by SDSU professors and scholars from China.
The SDSU Summer Program in Shanghai is jointly sponsored by the new Chinese Studies and Language Program in Asian Studies, the Confucius Institute and the College of Extended Studies at SDSU. It is partially supported by a Title VI grant from the US Department of Education and by the SDSU Office of International Programs.
The SDSU Summer Program in Shanghai is a 2-week program at the end of May to mid June that will intermix lectures by SDSU professors and Chinese scholars with field visits to local historical sites and cultural attractions. No Chinese language is required.
Students earn 3 units toward GE or Asian Studies requirements, or study-abroad credits toward other majors. Students are also encouraged to apply for the SDSU AS Study-abroad scholarship.
CHINESE BRIDGE SUMMER CAMP FOR U.S. HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Spend up to 3 weeks in China living, studying, and exploring a culture different from your own! Activities will include learning Chinese in a Mandarin classroom, exposure into Chinese lifestyle, and touring renowned local tourist attractions! This Chinese Bridge Summer Camp Program will take you on a journey to Beijing and other parts in China that you'll never forget.
Join school and district leaders for a one-week educational tour to China. During this program, you will visit schools, meet Chinese educators and students and participate in partnership-building activities. Learn about best practices, gather resources, experience Chinese culture and more.
College Board Confucius Institutes and Classrooms (CICC)
Join the CICC program and receive support to expand and enhance your Chinese language and culture program. The program provides grant funding, educational resources, guidance on best practices and professional development opportunities. Through its flexible model, it addresses the needs of institutions ranging from large districts to individual schools.
Bring native speakers and authentic cultural resources to your school and community. Through this program, you can host an experienced language teacher from China for one to three years, or enrich cultural activities in your classrooms with a teacher trainee. The Chinese Guest Teacher and Trainee Program allows U.S. accredited K-12 schools and districts to start or expand Chinese programs efficiently and affordably.
Parents and caregivers, would you like to begin or continue to learn Mandarin along with your children? Barnard is pleased to offer Mandarin for adults every Wednesday morning just after assembly. Cost is free, suggested donation only; the value is priceless!
DATE: Start anytime... like this week!
TIME: 7:50 AM - 8:40 AM.
WHERE: Be sure to sign in at the front office first
CONFUCIUS INSTITUTE SCHOLARSHIP
About the Confucius Institute (CI) Scholarship
The Confucius Institute Scholarship Program was established by Hanban/Confucius Institute Headquarters in order to encourage students and Chinese language teachers all over the world to study Chinese or conduct research regarding Chinese language and culture in China.
The steps to study in China with the CI scholarship are:
1. Sending the required materials(will be indicated by the instruction early of next year) to Hanban. On the application form, the applicants will indicate the university they are going to apply.
2. Once the scholarship committee confirms that the applicants are qualified for the scholarship, Hanban will inform the university about the scholarship recipient and forward the application material to the university for admission evaluation.
3. The university will work on the materials of the scholarship recipient and determine if the university will grant the admission to the scholarship recipient.
The CI scholarship will start accepting applications each year from Feburary to May. The results will be announced prior to July.
Teacher summer workshops are held in Xiamen, China for elementary school teachers of Confucius Classrooms in San Diego. This program aims to expose teachers to Chinese culture and experience cross-cultural teaching management and techniques through lectures and field trips to elementary schools and cultural resources. Lectures on Chinese culture and elementary education in China as well as field trips to Xiamen, Quanzhou, Chinese Tea Museum, Gu Lang Yu and Nanjing World’s Heritage cottage are a few points of interest.
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