Teaching English in Cheongju

Teaching English in Cheongju at Chungbuk International Education Center

Chungbuk International Education Center continues to foster programs for teaching English in Cheongju in Korea.

Chungbuk International Education Center announced on August 20th that it would recruit participants for its ‘English/Chinese curriculum with native-speaking teachers’ program.

The curriculum involves ‘Themed World Culture Tour’, ‘English Picture Bookstore’, and ‘Chinese Intensive Class’ for 93 elementary and secondary students in Cheongju.

The ‘Themed World Cultural Tour’, which runs from the 5th of next month to the 6th of October (Mondays and Thursdays from 4:00 to 5:30 pm), is where students choose one of seven English-speaking countries for reading, crafts, and games. In addition, Korean students learn about culture and history in a variety of ways, including cooking, cooking, and sporting activities.

The English picture bookstore is designed to facilitate teaching English in Korea and will be open from the 13th of next month to the 7th of October (Tuesdays and Fridays from 4pm to 5:30pm). Students choose one out of three classes for each level, and develop their vocabulary and creativity through reading English children’s books and related post-reading activities.

The intensive Chinese class is held every Wednesday from the 31st to the 23rd of November for students who have completed basic Chinese learning.

Classes are taught by native-speaking teachers who can communicate in Korean, and students learn intensive Chinese conversation and Chinese culture.

An official from the International Education Center said, “We will support students to grow into future talents with global capabilities through various methods of multilingual and cultural education.”

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Teaching English in Chungcheongbuk-do

Teaching English in Chungcheongbuk-do

Programs for teaching English in Chungcheongbuk-do are being further innovated through film-focused English camps.

Yeongdong’s Shimcheon Elementary School (Principal Changseok Kang) held an English camp with native-speaking English teachers for 14 students in grades 3 to 6 on August 5th and received a very positive response.

Shimcheon Elementary School operated an English camp to substantiate public English education by providing an opportunity to develop an interest in English learning by conducting an intensive English program centered on play and experience with native-speaking teachers during vacation.

This camp ended with a movie trailer, △ learning the vocabulary of movie genres, △ introducing movie posters and slogans, △ crafting activities to make Cardboard VR, and △ in the last session, telling a Harry Potter scene with a team game.

Da-seul Jeong (6 years) said, “Learning English through movies made it easier to learn, interesting, and the English camp was interesting.”

Teacher Hyun-sook Lee, who is in charge of English education, said, “The basic and essential learning ability of English was nurtured in kids, and it was an opportunity to increase self-directed learning ability by reinforcing learning motivation.”

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Teaching English in Chungbuk

Teaching English in Chungbuk Through Global Culture Class

Teaching English in Chungbuk Province of South Korea is being facilitated through the expansion of government programs.

Specifically, Chungcheongbuk-do International Education Center will conduct a “2022 Global Culture Class”.

The program is designed to help students systematically learn about international culture and to increase their sensitivity to culture as a global talent.

Participating students will visit the Chungbuk International Education Center for three days and learn various cultures from around the world in English from 10 am to 3 pm.

In small classes of 7 or less, taught by native speakers presently teaching English in Chungbuk, students participate in individual and group activities.

They create their own country, including food and clothing from various countries, and engage in currency-generating activities.

On the last day of class, group project activities are conducted based on the six cultural topics learned over the course of two days (food, costumes, heritage, music, country and currency generation).

Through project activities, students can digest and recreate various cultures as their own, share the results with others, and improve creativity and decision-making skills.

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English teachers in Korea

English Teachers in Korea Teaching Global History and Culture

English teachers in Korea are expanding the scope of what is being taught to Korean students. For instance, in Chungbuk Province, Chungbuk International Education Center has been operating ‘World Citizens Learning through History and Culture’ since April 26th.

The course aims to help students in the province grow into global citizens with international communication skills through classes with native-speaking teachers.

Students participate in various class activities of native-speaking teachers focusing on topics such as history, culture, and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

By communicating in English on topics such as poverty and quality education, global peace, gender equality and inequality reduction, terrestrial ecosystem protection, and global cooperation, students can naturally think about the meaning and role of being global citizens.

The 13th class will be operated in the first half of the year for students in Cheongju-eup/myeon area and Jincheon/Eumseong/Goesan/Jeungpyeong elementary/middle/high school until November 30th.

A total of 535 students from 12 schools, including 159 students from 5 elementary schools, 56 students from 3 middle schools, and 320 students from 4 high schools, will participate.

Elementary and middle school students go to the Center for two days, and high school students go for one day. Buses are provided to elementary and middle schools participating in the commute-to-school program, while high schools dispatch middle schoolers, and English teachers in Korea visit to conduct the program.

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Source: Chungcheong Ilbo (