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Teaching English in Korean Middle Schools Guess Who

September 22, 2009

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Next week we’re going to be giving another presentation for the Gepik Orientation, so here’s a video in the spirit of helping teachers. Here’s another video of a lesson we do teaching English in a Korean Middle School Class. Like the last Battleship lesson, this is a class where the teacher does minimal talking and the students practice their English instead. It was a really fun class, so we’d highly recommend you try it out in your schools. As well, it’s highly customizable, so you can make the questions fit whatever level your students are at. Oh, and – yes – I know I look a little bedraggled in the video: this was the last class in a grueling 6 class day. I’m surprised I still had enough energy to stand on two feet. If you want to download it then continue reading:

Preview the Handout, or Presentation; Download for Mac or PC.

If you do decide to use it, please let us know how it works! Oh, and if you really liked this lesson, and it totally made your job and life easier, then – by all means – feel free to click this button here:





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