Date: Monday, August 20, 2018Time: 8:30 am - 2:30 pm Location: Concord International School (723 S Concord St, Seattle, WA 98108)
The Confucius Institute of the State of Washington is proud to be a cosponsor of the ninth Dual Language Immersion Boot Camp for Educators. The Dual Language Immersion Boot Camp is an opportunity for educators new to dual language /immersion programs (whether starting one or planning one) to learn from experienced teachers and administrators about the critical features you need to know from the very beginning.
Goal of the Workshop: To familiarize new Dual Language Immersion teachers and school staff with dual language and immersion principles, high-yield practices, and the research base in Second Language Acquisition.
Clock hours from WAFLT (after you complete the evaluation at the end of the day) We will have refreshments and lunch provided by the Confucius Institute of the State of Washington. It will be a working lunch.
Cost: The workshop is sponsored (no cost) for teachers, paraeducators, and staff from Seattle Public Schools. If you are from outside of the Seattle School District, you are also invited to attend.
Payment:Please bring a check for $100 made out to the “Alliance for Education/Confucius Institute” to the August 20 workshop or we can send you an invoice for your district to pay.
The workshop is hosted by Seattle Public Schools and cosponsored by the Confucius Institute of the State of Washington and the Washington Association for Language Teaching.
*Note: A Dual Immersion program is an instructional model that provides content-based instruction to students in two languages where the goal is for the students, over a number of years of participation in the program, to become proficient and literate in both languages, while also meeting high academic standards in all subject areas. Other terminology that is commonly used for one of the variations of this type of program model is Dual Language, Two-way Dual Language, One-way Dual Language, Partial Immersion, Full Immersion, etc. Typically, programs begin at kindergarten or 1st grade and continue through elementary school, and, if possible, into middle and high school.
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