페이지 정보작성자 악동팀 작성일20-06-10 05:57 조회8회 댓글0건
how hard defectors try to assimilate to South Korea and mingle with South Koreans, slight differences in their accents and choices of words can make them seem like strangers.Makia Thomas, who was recently hired to teach English at Great Vision 롤듀오 School under the Access program, understands what it is like to live as a "stranger," as she has experienced it herself as 롤듀오 an adoptee who was taken to the US when she was a baby."They are North Koreans meeting an adoptee although we face different challenges," the 32-year-old said, referring to her meeting with the students in her class. "We are not fully accepted by the Korean people. So I can 롤듀오 kind of relate to them."Thomas said she not only wants to see her students significantly improve in English by the end of the course, she also wants them to develop self-confidence that could make a difference in their attitudes going forward."If they can leave here feeling more confident in their own skill set and their own ability, that's probably my main goal," she said.Kim Doo-yeon, principal of Great Vision School, couldn't agree more with the teacher. He said that English education should not be an end itself but a means by which his students come to build the self-confidence necessary to pursue their goals and dreams in the future."I want my students to get more confident about themselves through this Access program in the process of overcoming barriers posed by a language, which I think will also help them adapt to a new life here in South Korea," he s
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