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SDSU’s ROTC Language Program . Dr. Mary Ann Lyman-Hager LARC @ SDSU mlymanha@mail.sdsu.edu 619-594-5480. CPT Andy Chandler ROTC achandle@mail.sdsu.edu 619-594-2820. Major Curricular Activities .

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sdsu s rotc language program
SDSU’s ROTC Language Program

Dr. Mary Ann Lyman-Hager

LARC @ SDSU

mlymanha@mail.sdsu.edu

619-594-5480

CPT Andy Chandler

ROTC

achandle@mail.sdsu.edu

619-594-2820

major curricular activities
Major Curricular Activities
  • 1-Created intensive summer courses for three languages (8-10 units), phasing in the third language incrementally
  • 2-Implemented 2 unit refresher courses during the academic year for those who completed summer intensive courses in Arabic, Persian, and Russian
  • 3- Encouraged ROTC students to enroll regular fall and spring semester courses when time permits
  • 4-Produced books, lessons, and course materials for intermediate and advanced level Arabic and Persian
  • 5-Implemented student tracking forms
  • 6-Conducted surveys for all programs
summer institute and maintenance courses
Summer Institute and Maintenance Courses

Summer Sessions and Maintenance Classes are designed into a ROTC Students busy schedule

8 to 10 credit intensive summer classes

2 credit conversational study classes (Fall and Spring)

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SDSU ROTC Language Enrollments (2007-2008)

Summer 2007

Arabic 101-102

9 Army

3 Navy/Marine Corps

5 Air Force

17 Total

Persian 101-102

5 Army

2 Navy/Marine Corps

7 Air Force

14 Total

Summer 2007

31 Total Students

Summer 2008

Arabic 101-102

9 Army

11 Navy/Marine Corps

2 Air Force

22 Total

Arabic 201-202

7 Army

3 Navy/Marine Corps

4 Air Force

14 Total

***Over 80 participants

since Summer 2007

Nearly 40% of ROTC Students

Summer 2008

Persian 101-102

2 Army

4 Navy/Marine Corps

1 Air Force

7 Total

Persian 201-202

3 Army

1 Navy/Marine Corps

2 Air Force

6 Total

Summer 2008

Russian 100A/B

5 Army

4 Navy/Marine Corps

3 Air Force

12 Total

Summer 2008

65 Total Students

4 Students Studied

Abroad

focused budget
Focused Budget

Focusing our budget to benefit ROTC Students in the form of summer scholarships, living stipends and book stipends

Tuition $1,600

Books $100

Living Stipend $2,000

**estimated costs for the summer classes

curriculum designed on conversational progress
Curriculum Designed on Conversational Progress

Outstanding teachers leading the way in conversational language study

Cultural Events

The ultimate goal is study abroad

leadership and the way ahead
Leadership and the Way Ahead

Dynamic working relationship between the language center and the ROTC cadre

  • The NSEP grant application was conceived and written with input from the LARC Director and ROTC Cadre

Immediate term, short term and long term goals were established

  • Grow ROTC Student interest and participation
  • Institutionalize Summer Language Scholarships
  • Institutionalize Summer Language Classes and Conversational Maintenance Classes