Project Officers: David Moore, Chief
Danielle Archinal
Curriculum Development Branch (LEACD)
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The primary purpose of the CELTT program is
to foster individualized interaction between a
US Army ROTC Cadet and a host-country
military partner in the medium of the English
Language.
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The host-country participants will be
screened using a retired ALCPT
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Placed in one of three levels
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Have contact with up to 3 ROTC Cadets
(over a nine-week period)
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ROTC Cadet and Host-Country Partner will have:
◦ Up to five hours of interaction per day
◦ Five days a week
◦ For three-week rotations
◦ Total up to 75 hours of contact
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The manual will not be English language
training (ELT) resources per se.
Manual will focus on facilitating interactive
communication based upon military and
cultural topics
Content will be re-purposed from existing
ALC Books or other curriculum (LEAC)
materials
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DLI textbook
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Estimate 16 Military and Cultural Topics
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2 topics per day
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4 days per week
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1 day per week review/summary
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Estimate 48 total topics over 3 weeks
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Word lists
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Reading passages and comprehension questions
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Language activities
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Questions for discussion
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Language-related appendices
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Physical Fitness
Recruiting
Basic Military Training
Military Academies
Military Ranks and Insignias
Military Customs and Courtesies
Senior NCO’s and Warrant Officers
Specialized Military Training
Continuing Education in the Military
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Requirements for promotion
Leadership qualities, styles, and skills
Team building
Duties/missions of military branches
Combat equipment
Peacekeeping
Field operations
Counter-terrorism
Military justice and authority
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Family relationships
Housing
Diet
Dining etiquette and customs
Education
Sports
Employment
Understanding measurements
Travel, transportation and traffic
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Banking and finance
The press and social media
Governmental structure
First responders
Medical services, health and stress
Body language
Gestures
Gender roles
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Coordinate academic agenda and schedule
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Familiarize Cadets with CELTT Resource Manual
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Act as EFL/ESL resource for language issues
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Observe participant discussions and provide guidance for
enhanced interaction
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Provide formal instruction as necessary to initiate/facilitate
learning experiences
◦ Liaise with all stakeholders
◦ Build rapport with Cadets
◦ Work closely with partner-nation ELT managers/POCs
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