CHINESE LANGUAGE SKILLS

Topic: World Languages and Cultures
Instructor: Mellissia Walles
Method: Online (OWRK)
Sponsor: Idioma Education
Center Offered: OLPD

Course Description:

Developing Chinese Language Skills: Innovative Strategies for Guiding Student Proficiency

This online course is specifically designed for middle school and high school Chinese teachers, explores how to directly teach students the language survival skills, as well as understand why and how comprehensible input works. Participants will collaborate and share successful strategies on developing students' interpretive, presentational, and interpersonal skills. Learn how to hook your students with effective learning experiences, and set up successful systems that will skyrocket student’s engagement and acquisition. Get ready to grow your toolbox with effective acquisition-driven instruction strategies. Conducted in Mandarin.

Idioma courses receive letter grades

24-48 HOURS AFTER YOUR REGISTRATION YOU WILL RECEIVE AN EMAIL FROM IDIOMA CONTAINING YOUR COURSE ACCESS. 

ADDITIONAL NOTES: 

Within 24 hours of registering for a PD course, you'll be able to access your student account using Self-Service Ashland. There, you'll find printable financial statements and grade reports, plus a link for requesting transcripts, once your grades have posted. Instructions for establishing or resetting your login can be found HERE

 If you have a tuition waiver voucher or would prefer to mail your payment:

Please click HERE for a registration form. Please mail that along with your payment and/or voucher to the Main Campus address. Vouchers are worth $166 when applied to PD courses.

 Contact Ashland Professional Development to update your email address or with other needs: pds@ashland.edu

Cost: $1 050
Timespan of Course:
July 5, 2021 to August 13, 2021
Contact E-mail: info@idiomaconsulting.com

Meeting Times

  • Location of Meeting: 
    online with Idioma Education
Course Number: EDU*6130*D20
Academic Term: 21/GW
Academic Level: GW
Semester Hours: 3.00
Subject: EDU