Students learn Phonics, Letters, and Sight Words through the use of hands-on manipulatives and play.
Students are introduced to speaking and listening through the use of traditional songs and story-telling.
Students use computers to improve letter and sight word recognition, while building fine motor and technology skills.
Students learn some of the elements of poetry, fiction, and drama while exploring various writing styles found in popular literature.
Students will learn how to use rhetorical appeals strategically and deliver passionate and compelling speeches to motivate their audience.
Students will build digital communication skills by formatting, composing, and proofreading by using word processing skills.
Students build on their basic writing skills to explore nonfiction writing in journalism. Students will also explore the ethical responsibilities of the press and the role of media in shaping public opinion.
Students learn the fundamentals of extemporaneous speaking and delivery of presentations through guided research, reasoning, and organization of data.
Students focus on the creative application of technology to produce engaging content. Students will both participate in and create their own blogs, while exploring skills like writing for emphasis as well as incorporating effective visual media.
Improving conversational English skills focusing on vocabulary, grammar, and expressions commonly used in a wide range of everyday situations.
Building English language skills in business contexts and environments, with an emphasis on vocabulary that is used regularly in the business world.
Individualized support for college admissions and studying abroad. Test preparation classes for the Korean College Scholastic Ability Test (대학수학능력시험), as well as the U.S. standardized exams (SAT/ACT, TOEFL, TOEIC, IELTS).