- Date: May 31 – August 16, 2017
- Time: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
- Credit: 20 units
- Levels: Novice Chinese 101 & 102 and Intermediate Chinese 201 & 202
- Location: San Diego State University, CA
- Application Available: November 1, 2016
- Application Deadline January 17, 2017
- Student Award Notification: February 10, 2017
- Student Decision Deadline: February 17, 2017
CLOSED - 2017 Chinese Summer Program
Commander recommendation letter template
This intensive 10-unit course is designed to teach practical language skills and cultural awareness. Students shall learn & expand their four skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing of the Chinese language through conversations, games, written homework and Chinese movies.
- Liu et al.: Integrated Chinese Level 1, Part 1(3rd Edition); Character workbook
- Liu et al.: Integrated Chinese Level 1, Part 2, 3rd Edition
- Character Text with Sound Clips
- Pinyin Text with Sound Clips
- Animated Characters PPT
- Crossword Puzzle (in pinyin; for vocabulary practice)
- Fill in Blanks (in character; for grammar practice)
- Sentence Descrambling (in character; for making sentences) Crossword Puzzle (in character; for making sentences)
This intensive 10-unit course will help students develop intermediate level skills in Chinese speaking, listening, reading and writing. Through the use of authentic materials and field trips, the students will be exposed to a wide variety of topics including a more in depth academic and cultural knowledge.
- Yao et al. : Integrated Chinese Level 1, Part 2(3rd Edition), Lesson 17, 18, 19
- Yao et al. : Integrated Chinese Level 2, Part 1(3rd Edition), Lessons 1-6
- Liu et al. : Integrated Chinese, (Level 2, Part 1, 3rd Edition), Lesson 10 Liu et al. : Integrated Chinese, (Level 2, Part 2, 3rd Edition), Lesson 11-18
- Hot Potatoes Exercises crossword puzzles
- character analysis/differentiation fill-in-blanks
- descrambling sentences
**Course materials are subject to change**
Project GO at SDSU pays for:
Tuition, course materials, room and board for all ROTC Students.
Please note that the room and board support is not intended to be comprehensive of all living costs a program participant may incur. The scholarship provides a meal plan and shared double occupancy suites on campus. Any purchases a student wants to make outside of this will be the responsibility of the students. All participants are required to live in double occupancy suites on SDSU's campus. San Diego residents living around campus or within a driving distance of less than 10 miles are exempt.
Students accepted to the program are responsible for the following refundable security deposit: $300 program security deposit (to hold your spot once accepted) - Refund at the end of the program.
How to Apply
SDSU LARC summer intensive course offerings cover the equivalent of 4 semesters of coursework, or 20 units covered from June through mid-August consecutively.
Students able to dedicate the entire summer can apply by using the link here or above and filling out the application form. Application forms will be available online from November 1, 2016 to January 17, 2017.
Two letters of recommendation are required:
1. A letter from your commanding officer, using the template provided; (Download the template here)
2. An academic letter of recommendation that addresses: a) the relationship between the recommender and applicant and b) the reason the applicant is a good candidate for this scholarship.
Email a copy of your unofficial transcripts and two letters of recommendation to email@example.com with the subject line: Project GO Summer 2017 Chinese Applicant - Your First Name, Your Last Name.
Once we receive the copy of your transcripts, letters of recommendation, and your completed application, we will send you a confirmation email. Please allow up to 10 business days for your confirmation email to be sent. Additional correspondence will be sent via email.