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Untapped Potential: Ratcheting Up the Instruction to Teach Chinese Language in an K-12 Class. Yuqing Hong Curriculum Specialist Office of ELLs, NYCDOE. Why Chinese?. Economic capital Political capital Cultural capital Educational capital. New Initiatives in the U.S.

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Untapped potential ratcheting up the instruction to teach chinese language in an k 12 class

Untapped Potential: Ratcheting Up the Instruction to Teach Chinese Language in an K-12 Class

Yuqing Hong

Curriculum Specialist

Office of ELLs, NYCDOE


Why chinese

Why Chinese?

  • Economic capital

  • Political capital

  • Cultural capital

  • Educational capital


New initiatives in the u s

New Initiatives in the U.S.

  • National Flagship Language Initiative www.nflc.org/nfl

  • Foreign Language Assistance Program (FLAP)


Overview of chinese language programs in nyc

Overview of Chinese Language Programs in NYC

  • Population

  • Programs

  • Pedagogy


Overview of chinese language programs in nyc1

Overview of Chinese Language Programs in NYC

  • Population

    - 16,649 ELLs are Chinese speaking

    - highly concentrated districts:


Overview of chinese language programs in nyc2

Overview of Chinese Language Programs in NYC

  • Programs:

    - Chinese as a foreign language program (FL)

    - Chinese bilingual program (NLA)

    - Chinese dual language program (DL)


Overview of chinese language programs in nyc3

Overview of Chinese Language Programs in NYC

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New york city school districts

New York City School Districts


The untapped potential

The untapped potential:

  • Language features

  • Curriculum

  • Materials

  • Assessment

  • Pedagogy


The untapped potential1

The untapped potential:

  • Pedagogy – Panel discussion

    - Lily Shen

    - Marisa Fang

    - Rita Kwan

    - Wendy Lin


Resources

Resources:

  • American Council for the Teaching of Foreign Languages – http://www.actfl.org

  • Asia Society – http://www.askasia.org

  • Chinese Language Association of Secondary-Elementary Schools – http://classk12.org

  • College Board – http://apcentral.collegeboard.com

  • The Chinese Ministry of Education and the National Office on the Teaching of Chinese as a Foreign Language – www.hanban.edu.cn

  • Chinese School Association in the United States – http://www.csaus.org

  • National Council of Associations of Chinese Language Schools – www.ncacls.org

  • National Council of State Supervisors For Languages – http://www.ncssfl.org


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