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2014 Immersion Informational Meeting. Academic Performance Index 2013/2014 902. English Language Arts CST Scores. The Curriculum Framework should be able to :. Promote communicative competence Promote functional use of language Connect text with meaningful real-world experience

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The curriculum framework should be able to
The Curriculum Framework should be able to :

  • Promote communicative competence

  • Promote functional use of language

  • Connect text with meaningful real-world experience

  • Align instruction across the grade levels

  • Align newly implemented Common Core Standards

    • http://vimeo.com/51933492


Mandarin chinese dual language immersion benchmark language proficiency goals
Mandarin Chinese Dual Language ImmersionBenchmark/Language Proficiency Goals


Acftl proficiency guidelines and targeted outcomes for barnard mandarin immersion program k 12
ACFTL Proficiency Guidelines and Targeted Outcomes for Barnard Mandarin Immersion Program K-12

  • ACFTL Proficiency Guidelines

    • http://www.actfl.org/publications/guidelines-and-manuals/actfl-proficiency-guidelines-2012/english


2014 immersion informational meeting

Barnard Asian Pacific Language Academy Barnard Mandarin Immersion Program K-12

Mandarin Literacy Expectations - by June 2014


2014 immersion informational meeting

Barnard Asian Pacific Language Academy Barnard Mandarin Immersion Program K-12

Mandarin Literacy Expectations - by June 2014


2014 immersion informational meeting

Barnard Asian Pacific Language Academy Barnard Mandarin Immersion Program K-12

Mandarin Literacy Expectations - by June 2014


2014 immersion informational meeting

Barnard Asian Pacific Language Academy Barnard Mandarin Immersion Program K-12

Mandarin Literacy Expectations - by June 2014


First grade social studies framework
First Grade Social Studies Framework Barnard Mandarin Immersion Program K-12


Fourth grade mandarin literacy
Fourth Barnard Mandarin Immersion Program K-12 Grade Mandarin Literacy


Kindergarten science framework
Kindergarten Barnard Mandarin Immersion Program K-12 Science Framework


Program model
Program Model Barnard Mandarin Immersion Program K-12

  • Barnard is a one way Dual Language Immersion Program Implemented in 2011.

  • Distinguishing Characteristics of One-way (Foreign Language) Immersion Programs

    • Student population consists of majority language speakers with limited to no proficiency in the immersion (minority) language, e.g., English speakers in U.S. schools

    • Exposure to the immersion language takes place primarily in the classroom and school


2014 immersion informational meeting

Immersion Model Barnard Mandarin Immersion Program K-12

Barnard

Kindergarden

80% Mandarin, 20% English

Grades 1 - 4

50% Mandarin, 50% English

Grades 5-- 6 Foreign Language Program

15% Mandarin 85% English

All Coursework includes

Mandarin Language Arts

English Language Arts

Social Studies

Math

Science

Music

Art

Grades 5-6 will become dedicated 50/50 immersion model in 2015/2016 school year


Barnard program model continued
Barnard Program Model Continued Barnard Mandarin Immersion Program K-12

  • Benefits of the 50/50 Instructional Model

  • Maintain clear separation of languages: students have the best language models for Mandarin and English.

  • Preserves English teacher positions

  • Core curricular areas taught in Mandarin: over time students will develop the academic language needed to be successful

  • Parallel development of literacy in both Mandarin and English

  • Shared, collaborative responsibility for academic development

  • Facilitates potential for transfer of concepts and knowledge from one language to another


Teacher recruitment
Teacher Recruitment Barnard Mandarin Immersion Program K-12

  • All Barnard Mandarin Chinese Teachers are qualified California Credentialed Teachers.

  • Extensive Interviewing Process which involves all stakeholders

  • How do we recruit qualified Mandarin Teachers?


Additional classroom support
Additional Classroom Support Barnard Mandarin Immersion Program K-12

  • Since 2009 to present day, 27 intern and guest teachers abroad have supported and supplemented our Mandarin Chinese program through International Partnerships which include China, Taiwan, and Korea.

  • 2.3 Million Dollars in labor cost savings

    • 85K average teacher salary in SDUSD which includes benefits


Teacher support
Teacher Support Barnard Mandarin Immersion Program K-12

  • Monthly Professional Learning Community

    • Mandarin Chinese Professional Development

    • Collaborative Planning

    • Specialized Conferences

    • School Visitations

    • Product Development to supplement curriculum

    • Networking opportunity with other teachers around the country


2014 immersion informational meeting

How Do We Meet the Needs of All Students Barnard Mandarin Immersion Program K-12 ?


2014 immersion informational meeting


Immersion configuration scenario 1
Immersion Configuration Scenario 1 Professional Developments


Immersion configuration scenario 2
Immersion Configuration Scenario Professional Developments2


Next steps
Next Steps Professional Developments

  • Mandarin Immersion/Curriculum Meeting will be held three times a year.

  • Easy accessibility and updated information on website

    • http://www.barnardelementary.com/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=245857&type=d&pREC_ID=567385

    • Detailed Curriculum

      • Scope and Sequence

      • Expectationsin Oral Proficiency, Listening, Reading, and Writing for each grade level under the guidelines of ACFTL


Next steps continued
Next Steps Continued Professional Developments

  • Parent Resources

    • Field trips observations to other Mandarin Schools

    • Useful links on Mandarin Education

    • Utilizing SDCOE Office of Language Acquisition Program/Mandarin

    • Mandarin Immersion Parents Network


Next steps continued1
Next Steps Continued Professional Developments

  • MB Cluster School Collaboration for Mandarin Implementation Plan

  • Mandarin Resource Teacher/Coordinator to support our growing program

  • Continue to Network with Mandarin Immersion Schools and experts around the country to gain “Best Practice”


Next steps for supplemental materials
Next Steps for Supplemental Materials Professional Developments

  • Creating a nook in the library for Mandarin, Korean, and Japanese books for check out.

  • Building an array of guided reading supplemental Mandarin books for teachers.


Mandarin immersion links for parents
Mandarin Immersion Links for Parents Professional Developments

  • http://miparentscouncil.org/faq/

  • http://mandarin.sdcoe.net/

  • http://www.mandarininstitute.org/

  • http://english.hanban.org/node_7719.htm

  • http://www.chinesecio.com/

  • http://www.actfl.org/publications/guidelines-and-manuals/actfl-proficiency-guidelines-2012


Questions
Questions Professional Developments

  • If you have further questions, please contact

  • Mr. Edward Park at epark1@sandi.net

  • Nicole Levinson at nlippert@sandi.net

  • Bonny Sobieck, Administrative Assistant at bsobieck@sandi.net to set up appointments

  • School Phone Number 858 800-5700

    Thank You and XieXie!