Camp Zoom Zoom Hindi
The summer camp version of Zoom Zoom Hindi 1A & B! In this 8 week intensive camp students will meet thrice weekly to build their communicative skills in Hindi-speaking, writing and reading!
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3x per week
over 8 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a “Multi-Day” course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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This class looks to get older elementary students who may or may not have experience with Hindi already, started and able to work with basic written and spoken Hindi. Students should be prepared to spend time practicing writing, interacting with an app and flashcards each week. The homework will be related to not only learning the script, but also to practicing the building blocks of the language necessary to communicate. Students will need to communicate and submit pictures of requested...
Students will start to be able to express themselves in basic conversational phrases and identify objects and number of objects up to 20. They will begin to develop comprehension over the Devanagari writing system and be able to start reading.
I began studying Hindi in 2007 with a private tutor and continued to study Hindi at Indiana University as part of my India Studies degree. I have spent approximately 10 months in India at various times and places living with locals and honing my language skills. I tutored Hindi in 2019 and have been teaching Hindi at the TN Language Center since January 2020. In addition, I am a Kathak dance student and have been learning Kathak at Upasana Performing Arts Center, Nashville, TN over the past 11 years. I have also been a part of my dance school’s South Asian community since I began dancing Kathak and therefore have been able to gain additional cultural and historical comprehension as regards both Hindi/Urdu and South Asia. I have worked in Montessori classrooms as well as more traditional classrooms working with young children as well as teens. I bring my TEFL training as well as my experience teaching English as a foreign language to all my language classes. Additionally, having been a foreign language student myself I know the challenges that many learners face in acquiring a new language and seek to make new concepts-grammar, vocab, phonics-as accessible and as comprehensible as possible through various means-media, powerpoint, activities, drills-by whatever means possible! I love learning new things everyday and hope that my classes would pass along not only knowledge but the attitude that knowledge and learning are valuable and exciting!
Homework will consist of writing practice in the workbook and practicing reading and writing words. Students will also create and practice with the flashcards corresponding to the weeks assigned letters as well as continuously practicing previously learned letters as well. Students will practice with होना flashcards to support in class speaking activities. Students are expected to attempt the homework to the best of their abilities to be able to participate in class. Learners are expected to send requested pictures/scans of homework via learner message.
Any handouts/supplements that are provided digitally will be student's/parents' responsibility to print them/make them accessible for students. -A notebook/writing paper, pencil and eraser must be on hand for the class. -I also recommend a notebook/folder to help your child keep track of their materials. -The workbook-Master the Hindi Alphabet must be purchased. Please feel free to make photo copies of the workbook for your child to use if you want them to have additional pages for practice. Students must have the book with them at each class time. -Please purchase blank flash cards for your learner to create their assigned cards on.
At the end of the course feedback on their child's progress will be provided to the parents upon request.
2 hours 45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Elizabeth McClaryWorld Language Enthusiast and Passionate about Teaching
87 total reviews
88 completed classes
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