|2016 ICLP Summer Program for Flagship Students ||2016 NTU-ICLP 領航項目學校聯合暑期專班簡章 |
|The program is rigorous, if students wish to travel or go sightseeing, they should plan to do it either before or after the program. |
For the last two years, Flagship students have received intensive language instruction as part of ICLP’s summer program and have all found that their spoken, listening, reading and writing abilities have improved by at least one sub-level. This is because ICLP was founded for the purpose of training and developing the oral discursive ability of America’s academic elite. Since ICLP was founded in 1962, 75% of its alumni serve or have served in academia and the other 25% are distributed across legal, business, and government professions, serving as high level executives. It is clear to see that advanced language ability contributes to professional success.
ICLP is situated on the Main Campus of Taipei’s National Taiwan University. National Taiwan University is ranked the number one university in Asia and 87th on world university league tables, and is equipped with ample academic resources. By coming to ICLP to study you can not only greatly improve your Chinese oral expression, but also enjoy Taiwan’s abundant, diverse, and exquisite culture. We have specially formulated a 2016 Summer Course for Flagship students to provide an even better study and living environment. It is as follows:
領航項目學生這兩年來在 ICLP暑期班接受密集訓練，證實了口語表達能力與聽讀寫能力至少各晉階一級，這是因為 ICLP是專為培訓美國學術菁英口語論述能力而設立的。自 1962年創立以來，75%校友在學術界服務， 25%分布於政、法、商界擔任高階主管，顯見，高語言成就等於高事業成就。
ICLP位於台北的國立台灣大學校總區，國立台灣大學校在亞洲大學排名第一，世界大學排名第 87名，有著豐厚的學術資源。到 ICLP來學習，不但口語論述能力精進，而且還能充分享受台灣豐富多元的精緻文化，真可謂一舉兩得。我們特別為領航項目學生規劃2016暑期專班，提供更好的學習與生活條件，如下：
This program is for students affiliated with the Flagship Program from the following universities:
Arizona State University
Brigham Young University
San Francisco State University
University of Hawaii, Manoa
University of Minnesota
University of Mississippi
University of North Georgia
University of Oregon
University of Rhode Island
Western Kentucky University
|Program Duration: 9 weeks |
|Instructional hours: 180 hours (4 hours/day) ||學時：180個。(一天4小時) |
|Class Location: International Chinese Language Program, National Taiwan University ||上課地點：國立台灣大學國際華語研習所。 |
|Proficiency Target: At least one sub-level of progress in each of speaking, listening, reading and writing abilities. ||語言能力目標：聽說讀寫能力至少各晉一級。 |
|Credits: to be determined by each institution ||學分：由各校自訂。 |
|Language pledge:Students must sign a 24-hour language pledge to speak only Chinese for the duration of the program. ||語言誓約：學生必須簽署學程期間包括課上與課後生活的24小時中文的誓約。 |
Amenities: living room, kitchen (oven, microwave, refrigerator), separate washroom and bathroom, bed, bedding (mattress, blanket and pillow), desk, wardrobe, combo washer dryer, TV, internet access, air-conditioner, hot water (available 24 hours), cleaning service (weekly)
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|Student Prerequisites:Flagship students whose speaking ability is at or above the mid-Intermediate leve. |
All required materials listed below should be emailed to ICLP at
before January 25, 2016.
- Application Form
- One digital passport sized photo
- Completed language skills evaluation form (by your Chinese teacher)
- Chinese language proficiency exams and scores (if applicable) Completed application form (including Personal Information and Academic Information)
|Application Forms for Flagship Summer Program 2016 ||2016領航暑期專班申請表格 |
|Class Types: |
Speaking and listening class.
Reading and writing class.
|Assessment: daily dictation quizzes, essays, presentations, language tasks, debates, and written exams. ||評量：每天課上聽寫、後課篇章寫作、課後任務、課上演講、辯論、學期筆試、期末口頭成果發表、OPI考試與聽力閱讀測驗等。 |
|Teaching Materials: determined on the basis of the student’s language proficiency level. For example, Modern Chinese Conversation, Talks on Chinese Culture etc. The total cost for the textbooks will be approximately $50. ||教材：根據學生語言能力等級安排。如：新編會話、中國文化叢談等。 |
|Program Fees and Others: |
- Instructional Cost: US $4,300
(textbook fee not included) (Students purchase their own textbooks on June 20 when the course schedule is distributed. Prices for textbooks are listed below in Taiwan Dollar.)
- Enrollment Deposit : US $500 (Due by February 29,2016)
- Off-campus Dormitory: US $1350 (due by May 31, 2016)
- Housing Deposit: US$300 in cash (pay in cash to ICLP office upon arrival)
- 註冊保證金 $500美金,務必於2/29前繳交,此項是確保入學與住宿的依據.
- 住宿費：$1,350美金。(於5/31 前繳交)
- 住宿保證金：$300美金。(抵達ICLP 時繳交)
|Language Level |
|Spoken Language Text |
|Reading/Writing Text |
|Voice Correction Software |
|Intermediate L |
|Practical Audio-Visual Chinese II |
|Learning Chinese from Jokes |
|Cold Reading |
|Intermediate M |
|Modern Chinese Conversation |
|Chinese Moral Tales |
|Cold Reading |
|Intermediate H |
|Talks on Chinese Culture |
|Learning Chinese with Newspaper I |
|Cold Reading |
|Advanced L |
|Thought an Society |
|Learning Chinese with Newspaper II |
|Cold Reading |
|Television News |
|The Independent Reader |
|Cold Reading |
|February 15: Application Deadline |
All required materials listed below should be emailed to ICLP:
- Application Form
- ID photo (Make sure to send a high resolution photo. It will be used for making your student ID card.)
- List of Chinese language courses taken: refer to the application form for more information.
- Statement of purpose: explain in 200 words why you would like to attend ICLP.
- Language skills evaluation form (To be completed and emailed directly to ICLP by your language instructor)
- Chinese language proficiency exams and scores (if applicable)
February 5 (Friday): Acceptance Notification emailed for applications received by January 31
February 29(Monday): Enrollment Deposit of US$500 Due
May 31 (Tuesday): Remaining Balance of US$5,650 Due
June 6 (Monday):
Arrive in Taiwan (Taoyuan International Airport)
Check into dormitory
June 7 (Tuesday): Placement Test
June 9 - June 10 (Thursday - Friday): Dragon Boat Festival (National Holiday: ICLP Closed)
June 13 (Monday): Orientation
June 14 (Tuesday): Course schedule distributed
Teaching materials ready for purchase
June 15 (Wednesday): Classes begin
August 16 (Tuesday): Last day of classes
Flagship Post Summer Assessments: to be determined
|2/15 申請截止日期 |
6/09 - 6/10 端午節(ICLP休息)
Dos and Don’ts
- Students must be on time for class. If you are more than 15 minutes late you must obtain permission from both the chief instructor and your teacher prior to entering the classroom. Please enter the classroom promptly at the start of class and exit when the class is over. If you are late three times this will be considered as a one hour unauthorized absence.
- Please don’t do homework in the classroom.
- Do not eat during class.
- Please turn off cell phones before entering the classroom.
- Do not consult dictionaries during class.
- Please prepare thoroughly for each class. If for any reason you are unable to complete the set homework or class preparation, you should first ask the teacher if you may audit class that day. In any given semester you are not permitted to audit your class more than three times.
Every student is assigned one teacher as their advisor, if any problems arise during the semester please first go to your advisor and he or she will help you resolve them.
While attending classes at ICLP, if there are any problems with your schedule, class materials, or anything else related to study at ICLP, first discuss them with you advisor, then if there is still a problem please discuss it further with the chief instructor.
Upholding the ICLP’s Excellent Study Environment
Please do not talk loudly in the hallways during class time and respect the ICLP library’s quiet policy.
Some Ground Rules for 2016 Chinese Flagship Summer Program Students:
Attendance. This course consists of three sections. In the course of the semester, each student is allowed to be absent from six classroom meetings without incurring loss of point from the full percentage (10%) of the Attendance portion of the final grade. For each unexcused absence after the first six unexcused absences, one point will be subtracted from the full percentage (10%) of the Attendance portion of the final grade. Coming to class more than 5 minutes late three times will be considered as one absence.
Excused and Unexcused Absence. Absence from class with a physician’s note is excused absence and will not result in any deduction of point from the Attendance portion of the final grade. Notification of absence by email or telephone without a physician’s note will not be accepted as excused absence, and will count toward the six unexcused absences, and result in deduction of point from the Attendance portion after the first six unexcused absences are taken.
Permission for Absence. Since all teachers and the chief instructor will be responsible for determining the Attendance portion of the final grade, students should ask permission for absence from both teachers and the chief instructor. Failure to contact both the lecturer and the recitation leader may result in deduction from the Attendance portion of the final grade.
Grading Policy for Homework. Homework is assigned on a daily basis and should be turned in on time, not before or after the due date. Late homework handed in will not be accepted. Late homework as a result of medical reasons, only when accompanied by a physician’s note, will be accepted as homework finished on time.
Make-Up Tests and Quizzes. All students are expected to take tests and quizzes as they are scheduled. No make-up test or quiz is allowed unless there is a physician’s note to certify that the student cannot take the test or quiz at the scheduled time.
|Attendance ||10% |
|Homework: written homework & essays ||20% |
|Vocabulary Quizzes: ||20% |
|Mid-term (Oral): ||10% |
|Mid-term (Written): ||10% |
|Total: ||100% |
Students are expected to do a great deal of work outside of class in order to maintain the rigorous pace of this curriculum. As a rule of thumb, students should expect to spend an additional 2 hours of personal study, including listening to, repeat audio files at least 5 times, for each hour of class time. Update Cancel
**Please note that before class preparation is critical in this course. The purpose of the class is not to introduce new materials, but rather to further the student’s understanding of the materials which the student has previewed, and then to put those new concepts into practice during the class.**
Three violations of the language pledge will result in 0 credits.