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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