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Hosting a Foreign Exchange Student TIPS AND RESOURCES FROM CROSSROADS INTERNATIONAL Find the Graded Summary Report on the last slide. ind the Graded Summary Report on the last slide.
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30,000 Approximate number of foreign exchange students in the U.S. each year 13–18 Age of most foreign exchange students 8,000 Number of foreign exchange students from Germany By the Numbers
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Host Families All types of families All types of communities No special requirements
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Exchange Students Come from more than 90 countries Role models and leaders Highly motivated to learn abroad Speak English Exchange students come from all around the world
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Make Connections Choose a student whose interests match those of your family. Learn about your student’s country. Ask for tips from other host families. Be prepared for an extraordinary experience.
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Resources Read stories Get starte d Learn more Step 12: On Slide 6, the Right Arrow shape should be positioned using Smart Guides as shown in Figure 3 in the Instructions file.
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