About us: F-LAN Consortium
F-LAN (Flagship Language Acquisition Network) is a new and innovative partnership that has been formed with various Chinese Flagship centers, state offices of education, and districts across the country. These entities have joined efforts to create model Chinese education programs, including curriculum, teacher training, and assessment. It is hoped that best practices can be researched, identified, and disseminated in order to improve the quality of Chinese language education in the United States.
BYU Chinese Language Fair
Chinese Flagship Secondary Curriculum Project
The Chinese Flagship Secondary Curriculum (CFSC) was created by a team of Chinese language teachers from 6 states. It has 5 units per level. Each unit has a curriculum map with vocabulary, “I can” statements, and assessments. Each unit also has 3 topics and each topic has lessons that include PowerPoint presentations, activities, and games. All materials can be downloaded and printed or adapted to meet students’ needs.
ASU Chinese Flagship Linkages Cultural Project
ASU Chinese Flagship and ASU Confucius Institute have collaborated and created a series of cultural projects to help AP Chinese students succeed in attaining linguistic and cultural fluency.
ASU Chinese Flagship Linkages Cultural Project: http://asuapchineseculture.org/index.html
Buddy Day 2 – February 6, 2016
Buddy Day 2 again brought students to ASU from...
2015 Hanban Chinese Bridge Summer Camp
Hunter-Jericho Flagship K12 Blended Learning Pilot Project
|Matthew Christensen's Into the Middle Kingdom
University of Maryland's Read Chinese!
CCTV - Growing Up With Chinese
CCTV - Travel in Chinese
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Confucius Institute's Chinese Teacher Webcasts
Featuring the following webcasts:
- Classroom Management
- Making yourself understood
- Chinese Praxis Prep
- Output Activities: Getting your students to speak
- Differentiating instruction
- Moving students to the next proficiency level
AP/PreAP students discuss questions related to health, specifically increasing rates of obesity in the US and China.
Socratic Seminar Student Feedback
The students and teacher talk about doing the Socratic Seminar.