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Woodstock Mandarin Immersion Curriculum Night Presented October 8th, 2009 Michael Bacon, Carl Falsgraf, Mary Patterson, Shen Yin.

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1 Woodstock Mandarin Immersion Curriculum Night Presented October 8th, 2009 Michael Bacon, Carl Falsgraf, Mary Patterson, Shen Yin

2 Outline of Presentation Oregon K-16 Chinese Flagship Program Overview Where Are We Going? K-12 Targeted Outcomes Where Are We Now? Sharing Data How Do We Get There? Curriculum and Instruction How Do We Meet the Needs of All Students? K-12 Budget Q and A

3 Oregon Chinese Flagship Program A Partnership Between the University of Oregon and Portland Public Schools

4 Creating Global Professionals Professionally useful language skills Strong academic or professional training

5 Goals Create a replicable model of K-16 global education Develop Flagship-ready high school graduates Develop professionally prepared college graduates

6 Where Are We Going? K-12 Targeted Outcomes

7 ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines

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10 Developing Proficiency in Chinese Category 4 language (Chinese, Japanese, and Arabic) Motivated adult takes 63 weeks--6.5 hours a day, 5 days a week--to achieve Advanced Level (Defense Language Institute)

11 Targeted Outcomes for PPS K-12 Mandarin Immersion Program 12th Grade: Advanced 8th Grade: Int. Mid to Int. High 5th Grade: Novice High to Int. Low

12 Where Are We Now? Sharing Data

13 Third Grade Reading Mean Listening Mean

14 Fourth Grade Reading Mean Listening Mean

15 Fifth Grade Reading Mean Listening Mean

16 Progress by Grade Targe t

17 Conclusions Listening proficiency is extraordinary. Reading proficiency is approaching satisfactory. Lagging underachievers are an issue.

18 How Do We Get There? Curriculum and Instruction

19 K-12 Mandarin Curriculum Framework Based on ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines Functions and Forms driven Sets specific language targets for each grade level

20 Theme-Based Curriculum Framework Breakdown Unit/Theme Goals Objectives Proficiency Standards Functions Forms Key Vocabulary

21 The Curriculum Framework should be able to: Promote communicative competence. Promote functional use of language. Connect text with meaningful real-world experiences. Align instruction across the grade levels.

22 Curriculum Framework Sample Grade 2 Woodstock Elementary Mandarin Goals Mandarin Immersion Curriculum Framework Chinese Curriculum Framework and Textbook Layout for Annual Instruction  Please see links to documents on Woodstock Mandarin Curriculum page.Woodstock Mandarin Curriculum

23 Academic Content Mandarin Instruction LiteracyK-5 Math: CalculationK-2 Investigations3-5 ScienceK-5 English Instruction LiteracyK-5 Math: InvestigationsK-5 Social StudiesK-5

24 How Do We Meet the Needs of All Students?

25 Meeting Student Needs Tiered lesson planning Tutoring support Professional development

26 K-12 Budget Personnel (Salary and Benefits): $346,585 – 1.5 Curriculum Specialists – Educational Assistant for elementary – 1.2 FTE for Online Course Development and Seeding Positions – Extended hours and subs for professional development and curriculum development Curriculum Materials and Assessments: $20,000 Technology: $8,500

27 K-12 Budget (cont.) Travel: $20,900 – Professional development – Dissemination of innovation – Collaboration with UO and other K-12 programs Consultants: $15,000 Subcontract: $2,500 – Program model dissemination of K-12 curriculum Indirect: $24,865 TOTAL for : $438,350

28 Questions? If you have further questions, please contact Emily Lee, Assistant Coordinator, PPS Chinese Flagship: (503) x72840


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