Travel Blogs from Gumi
A few months back I was given a notice in Korean that said I had to undergo a mandatory medical exam before the end of my contract. This is for all school employees and if I dont then the school will be fined.
I'd put it off for a long time and finally decided to go now ...
... a contest for these mothers. So you can imagine how much food our kids had to eat- after JUST finishing lunch. It was ridiculous.
Lastly, before we sent them on their way home, we took them onto the roof and let them have a water gun fight. They LOVED it! All I can say is, thank god it was on a Friday, because I don't know that I would be able to function the rest of the week after all that excitement! haha
With the school term winding to an end I had an end of term party for my after school class. The class previous they had to make out invitations to each other and in the final class we had a party with snacks and played some english games
The Daegu School Board has ...
... I didn't find was a singular person who was well informed on BOTH. So here is what I've learned thus far:
I work at a private school. My main position is teaching kindergartners for the majority of the day. In the afternoon, I scurry around the corner to our secondary location which is where many students come for additional after school lessons. Most children in Korea are enrolled in numerous after-school programs, such as Tae Kwon Do, music lessons, ...
... foreigner in the classroom the kids will speak english. The Vice Principal is getting overly excited and planning morning classes, afterschool classes, teachers classes, and summer classes.
If you put me in a room with a Japanese person I will not speak Japanese. The kids do not want to learn, are not motivated, and dont answer questions. I have to keep them drugged on candies to motivate them and get them ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services