Teaching English in Daegu

Teaching English in Daegu Expands to Local Airlines

Teaching English in Daegu is no longer being limited to language academies and typical university programs.

The Department of Global Aviation Services of Daegu Catholic University held the 2nd Blue Wings Uniform Ceremony on May 2nd at St. Jeronimo Hall on campus. At the event, 21 first-year students of the Department of Global Aviation Services were awarded a wing badge, which symbolizes the wings of an aircraft.

Park Boon-joo, head of the Global Aviation Service Department, said, “Through this wing award ceremony, let’s all work together toward our goal of becoming a flight attendant with a new mindset. We hope that this event of giving wings to our dreams will become an opportunity for all of us to be reborn. I will do my best to train great crew members with character and intelligence.”

Daegu Catholic University’s Department of Global Aviation Services was newly established in the academic year of 2021 and recruited a second round of freshmen this year. It currently organizes a faculty of field experts with the goal of cultivating high-quality aviation service experts with global language skills while also providing practical education. The faculty is also operating a foreign language specialized program conducted by a native-speaking professor.

The program is equipped with an aircraft model lab with the same environment as an actual aircraft passenger room and an image-making room for ticketing practice, and is conducting practical training through agreements with airlines such as Air Seoul, T’way, and Air Premia.

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English villages in Korea

English Villages in Korea using Education Buses

English villages in Korea have grown in popularity and usefulness for Korean students seeking vivid and interactive experiences with native speakers who are teaching English in Korea.

In one such case, the ‘Visiting English Experience Class-Fun English Bus’ is now being operated by Daegu Gyeongbuk English Village in 2022, which will visit 60 small elementary schools in 23 cities and counties in Gyeongsangbuk-do (Gyeongbuk Province) this year.

The bus visited Cheongha Elementary School near Wolpo Beach in Pohang on the 8th. Kim Gyu-hyeon (5 years old), who participated in the English experience class on this day, said, “It was amazing to meet a native speaker and speak English in person. I hope the fun English experience class will come again next time.”

The 45-seat Fun English Bus has space for various English experience activities instead of chairs. On this bus, four people, including a native English teacher and a Korean coordinator from Daegu-Gyeongbuk English Village, conduct English experience classes for one day, alternating between buses and classrooms for 2 hours each in the morning and afternoon at the visiting school.

On the bus, unique among English villages in Korea, you can find Talent Zone (introduction to various occupations, learning English songs), Culture Zone (Exploring the geography, culture, food, clothing, and housing of various countries around the world), Project Zone (involving project-based classes in a space to operate four experience programs including solar system principles, new and renewable energy exploration activities, etc) and Market Zone (to simulate commerce like buying and selling).

In the classroom, communication activities by subject, such as animals, family, and country, presentation of hobbies and hopes for the future, and simple physical education are conducted so that students can learn English in a fun way and learn about various cultures through experiences.

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