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Evaluation of a summer immersion program for secondary students

Stanley M. Shapson

Evaluation of a summer immersion program for secondary students

report of the two year study for British Columbia

by Stanley M. Shapson

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Published by Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, B.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • French language -- Study and teaching (Secondary) -- Foreign speakers,
  • French language -- Study and teaching (Secondary) -- British Columbia,
  • French language -- Study and teaching -- Immersion method

  • Edition Notes

    StatementStan Shapson and David Kaufman.
    ContributionsKaufman, David, B.C. French Study., Simon Fraser University.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination39 leaves ;
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16351530M

    Thirty per cent of a secondary student’s grade will be based on a final evaluation administered at or towards the end of the course. This evaluation will be based on evidence from one or a combination of the following: an examination, a performance, an essay, and/or another method of evaluation suitable to the course content. Want to travel abroad in high school? Learn about the Teen Summer French Language Camp in Paris, France. Read verified Greenheart Travel reviews and in-depth alumni interviews to discover if this program is the perfect high school program for you/10(8). At the secondary level, academic and applied courses are offered for Grades 9 and 10; university preparation and open courses are offered for Grades 11 and In the French Immersion program, students accumulate ten credits in French: four are FSL language courses and six are other subjects in which French is the language of instruction.


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Evaluation of a summer immersion program for secondary students by Stanley M. Shapson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Rationale for the Evaluation The excerpt from the focus group discussion above is part of a larger data set from a dual language immersion (DLI) program evaluation study that is being conducted at Cecile Trost Elementary School (Trost), in the Canby (OR) School District (CSD).

Trost is located 25 miles south of Portland, Oregon. During this activity-filled summer program, your immersion into English language study and Canadian culture will be enriched through special field trips to “must-see” tourist destinations as well as a variety of fun recreation and cultural activities and the opportunity to live with a Canadian host family.

All classes will be themed to highlight Canadian history, culture and traditions. Student Course Evaluation Form. Students who are in an academic set-up are required to fill this form for a better education system. The form is for assessing the faculty, punctuality of classes, course material, safety rules, classroom equipment, individual student help, student given time to ask questions etc.

These forms. The Wake Forest Summer Immersion Program is designed to enrich the student’s understanding of a particular career path or field of study. Students will select an area of focus for the one week program. All programs are non-credit.

Does Wake Forest University provide transportation to campus. Non-residential: Wake Forest University does not. Linguistic to evaluate 6-year-old immersion students' speaking and listening skills in a school in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, the Student Oral Proficiency Assessment (SOPA) is now used as a prototype for oral language assessment of 6-toyear-olds students in a variety of immersion program types.

The SOPAFile Size: KB. or 6. In the secondary school grades, immersion students typically have access to at least two course offerings in the immersion language, most often in social studies and language arts. In U.S. programs, the immersion language is most often a world language spoken by large numbers of people, such as Spanish, French, or Cantonese.

The Wake Forest University Summer Immersion Program offers rising high school sophomores, juniors, seniors and incoming college freshmen the chance to dive deep and explore a particular field of study.

Those selected for the program will enjoy access to world-class faculty, resources, industry professionals and a one-of-a-kind view from inside. This week immersion program runs from late May through early August and supports up to 20 students. The experience is designed to engage students in clinical, translational, and health disparities research and inspire them to choose a Author: Nicole Bonomini.

Intensive French Immersion Programs in Quebec City; Students undergo an evaluation and are placed in the appropriate level. Spend the summer in beautiful Quebec City, Canada, learning French in a summer French immersion program with Edu-inter. Quebec City is the only major city in Canada that offers a percent French-speaking /10(36).

Program Costs Summer Immersion Program is a 2-week, immersive program that allows students to focus on a specific topic. For credit options, see the College Intensive page. Some courses may require additional supplies not provided by GW.

Please see individual course info for details. Also, see our list of incidental student expenses for information on additional costs. The immersion programs are intensive classes which provide an opportunity for students who need to demonstrate proficiency in English and/or mathematics to receive tuition-free instruction during the summer and/or January intersession.

Students are placed into the immersion programs based on their proficiency index score. Each week of the program covers projects related to computer science, such as art, storytelling, robotics, video games, web sites, and apps.

You’ll also hear from guest speakers, participate in workshops, connect with female engineers and entrepreneurs, and go on field trips. The program culminates in a final project where you build your own.

About ACA. The American Camp Association is a community of camp professionals who, for over years, have joined together to share our knowledge and experience and to ensure the quality of camp programs.

are used to measure the impact of the bilingual education program and the structured English immersion program on the reading skills of LEP students. Chapter Five discusses and interprets the results of the regression analysis.

Chapter Six provides a summary of the findings, strengths and weaknesses in the data used, and possibilities forFile Size: KB.

Please provide any additional comments (positive or negative) about the program: Fall Course Registration Please provide the following information to have the Fall course registration unlocked. Evaluation of similar “pipeline” programs that aim to expose underrepresented minority students to science and promote scientific careers have noted many of the shortfalls we mentioned for our evaluation program, including difficulties in followup and lack of an appropriate “control group” (16, 38).

A survey by the US Department of Cited by: 3. Implementing Two-Way Immersion Programs in Secondary Schools by Christopher L. Montone and Michael I. Loeb, Center for Applied Linguistics, Washington, DC Introduction Two-way immersion (TWI) programs have been gaining popularity over the past decade, and have recently begun to proliferate at a rapid pace across the United States.

Summer school programs have more positive effects on the achievement of middle-class students than on students from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Remedial summer programs have larger positive effects when the program is run for a small number of schools or classes or in a small community.

A language immersion program is by far the fastest way to learn a foreign language. From two-week French courses on the beaches of Nice to 9 months learning Italian in Rome, we have an exciting variety of immersion programs for adults and students.

Get in contact with us and start planning your language immersion program today. English Summer Immersion Program for High School & University Students: Duration: 2 weeks or weeks Students are immersed in an academic journey into the English language, incorporating over 20 hours of class time per week.

After class, students engage in outdoor/didactic activities to complement the knowledge gained in the classroom. We value your opinion. In a few minutes, you can help shape future Harvard Summer School courses by completing a course evaluation.

How long does the evaluation take to complete. The evaluation takes five to 15 minutes a course, depending on the detail of your answers. If you start the evaluation and find you don’t have time to complete it, you can save your answers and log.

Standard 1 of the school-based administrator performance evaluation program The school-based administrator fosters the success of all students by facilitating the development, communication, implementation, and evaluation of a shared vision of teaching and learning that leads to student academic progress and school improvement.

Parking at the NIH is very limited. If feasible, students should utilize the Metro or the NIH Shuttle Service rather than driving to campus. All evaluations should be completed by July 1st, or no later than two weeks after the student's start date. Letter to Summer Students.

Letter to Summer Student Coordinators. A successful summer actuarial program should meet the following objectives: Increase awareness of the actuarial profession in the minority community.

Provide high school students with an understanding of the skills required to enter the profession. Effective evaluation of student performance is an on-going process.

Annually each teacher or administrator provides a summary of progress toward meeting student expectations and last year’s goals. The student evaluation form is to be used for annual review, and at other times during the year when formal feedback is needed.

The German Pupils Academy (Deutsche Schüler-Akademie) is a summer-school program for highly gifted secondary-school students.

Three types of program evaluation were conducted. Tests provide information for students, parents, teachers, and schools. Assessments are part of the teaching and learning process in Fairfax County Public Schools.

Teachers give assessments to students on an ongoing basis to check for understanding and gather information about students' knowledge and skills.

The state and school division also. Spend the summer in beautiful Quebec City, Canada, learning French in a summer French immersion program with Edu-inter. Quebec City is the only major city in Canada that offers a percent French-speaking environment, making it the ideal location for immersion into the Frenc.

Evaluation of a Summer Reading Program. they liked the book and whether the book was easy to read. Students in the. pating in the summer program did. Response from Amy Galicia, Ph.D.

Candidate, School of Education, University of Colorado at Boulder: Dual Language programs actually have an advantage over traditional English schools because they can and do provide support in students’ primary language (L1).

Tier 1 Universal Instruction is a key component in a Dual Language Program, not only because it is in the. The English Learner Support Division provides direction and leadership with the implementation of Bilingual and English as a Second Language (ESL) Programs for English learners.

Newly Designed English Learner Web Portal Check out the new features and pathways for Parents & Families of English learners and Community Partners. IMMERSION PROGRAM EVALUATION Prepared for Palo Alto Unified School District July Program students, on average, score between and points (out of 5) higher than similar students.

Immersion Program The purpose of the summer Immersion Program is to enable incoming students to complete one level of Algebra before the fall semester begins. Classes meet Mondays through Thursdays and are taught by trained instructors supported by.

Academic Immersion (AIM) As announced by the president and provost on Tuesday, April 7, Boston University has cancelled on-campus programming for Summer The nature of the Academic Immersion: Introduction to Medicine and Creative Writing tracks do not make them feasible options for remote learning.

Six weeks of full immersion in a language and culture provides our students with the skill sets necessary for success during the academic year and as a result many of the members of our summer program go on to become school leaders,” said Roberto Abele, ESL Summer Program Director at St.

Johnsbury Academy in Vermont. Incoming Students. All students whose. P-Index Score in mathematics is 49 or below must enroll in and complete CSI's free Math Immersion program (in the summer or January) or the summer Math Start program prior to enrolling at the College.

Secondary Education. Approximatelystudents attend more than publicly funded secondary schools in Ontario. Every student is unique, and our high schools are changing to meet students' individual needs. Innovative programs that help students customize their learning are helping more students graduate.

The government's goal is to have. program in Research and evaluation at Camp supports continuous innovation, promotes program quality and ensures the safety, well-being and positive development of campers and families.

PURPOSE This summer, we continued our focus on evaluating amps four core values, focusing on two of them: appreciation and possibility. SUMMER PROGRAM: ENGLISH IMMERSION Thank you for your interest in the English language immersion course at Dalhousie University this summer.

Our program begins on June 30 and ends on August 2, Participation in the program is open to all persons, 17 years or older, by J The current cost of participation is $(Cdn.) tax included. The Summer Focus Program is a nine-week, paid summer research internship held each summer for rising high school seniors (Scholars).

The goal of the SFP is to broaden scientific literacy and recruit new, diverse talent to scientific professions by making Scholars more comfortable with science and increasing their science literacy.

Spanish Immersion Program; Special Education; Student Handbook; Student Transfers; Students Helping Veterans; Summer ; Testing (State and National Assessments) Texas School Safety Center; Volunteer; Weather; Website User Guides; West Lake Middle School Boundaries; YMCA After School Care; A-F Accountability; Campus Profiles; Dashboard.Dream – Career Awareness for Elementary Students The primary focus of career development activities in elementary schools is career awareness and exploration.

To develop career awareness we must create an environment where students .Update: Due to COVID, [email protected] will not take place this hope you’ll consider joining us in !