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GKE WORLD-CLASS LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION

World-class Language instruction is pivotal to international collaboration. GKE supports the imperative of human knowledge, fully accessible to all cultures, and the growth of international learning interactions. The emerging technologies in multimedia, the reach of open source opportunities in xml, and the global nature of the Internet, itself, will be challenged to create global learning places and the unimpeded communication that world-class language instruction can facilitate.

GKE World-Class Language Instruction
In conjunction with Global School 21 global learning project initiatives. We have launch the project CSL (Chinese as Second Language) to develop a global Chinese language & Culture learning Community with initial focus on United States. The projector CSL includes 3 fully integrated sub-programs which are:
Globalization ¨C Global School 21 Initiative
Culture ¨C Two Cities One classroom & Global Multicultural Heritage Projects
Language - Project CLASS Global Learning Initiatives (See Detail Project Class Description)


The next generation integrated curriculum:
Globalization, Language & Culture

GKE Project CLASS ¨CGlobal Learning Initiative (See Detail Project Class Description)
Project CLASS Mission: Dedicated to Develop a Global Chinese Language & Culture Learning Community with initial focus for the United States K-16 Community (www.classk12.org)

 

Sooner or later, they'll be eaten away by the moss
or effaced by the wind and rain.
But for now, my poems have been cut in stone.

from Pilgrim of the Clouds: Poems from Ming China
by Yuan Hung-tao, translated by Jonathan Chaves



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