Thursday, May 26, 2011

June 18, 2011 Workshop

D.E.A.S: Drop Everything And Speak
A speaking program developed by students for students.

3-5 pm Saturday June 18, 2011
Room 105 Injaeguan Center, Sookmyung Women's University

  
The program is applicable to all age groups, from elementary school students to university students. It was designed by students at Cheongshim International Academy in Gyeonggi Province Korea and draws from diverse sources. The program focuses on listening and copying to develop a basic language structure. It recognizes the strategies used by babies in their linguistic development and the skills used to make presentations and speeches. (The presenters have extensive presentation or drama experience) The main advantages for students are (1) gaining confidence in speaking English without the fear of making mistakes (2) learning skills to effectively present their ideas to an audience (3) and grasping the context of  language, and its applications, without a textbook. The audience will learn the basics of the program, beginning with listening, copying and error tolerance. The workshop will include handouts, a PowerPoint presentation, and a Q&A session.

Biographies

Hyunjin Hong, a freshman at Cheongshim International Academy, has lived abroad in the United States for six years. He is interested in natural science, literature, social sciences, and his hobbies include reading and playing sports. He is an active speaker, participating in numerous forensics activities, namely debate tournaments, mock trial, model United Nations, and presentations.

Ji Min Yoon, also a freshman student at Cheongshim International Academy, has never studied abroad. She is interested in psychology, language, art history, and she likes to play piano, write poems, and speak in front of public. She has participated in many debate tournaments, model United Nations, and mock trial.

WonGi Jung, a freshman student at Cheongshim International Academy, also has never studied abroad. He is interested in presentation, journalism, politics, and his hobbies include making PowerPoint and playing soccer with his friends. He loves all the activities he does on the stage and is now participating in musical performance.

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Directions to Sookmyung Women's University (Injaeguan) 

Go out Exit 10 of Sookmyung Women’s University Subway Station line No. 4. Walk through the tunnel under the railway line, cross the main road, and walk up the hill towards the university.  Keep going up the hill until you come to a set of traffic lights. There is a bakery on the corner, BBang Goom Teo, and a café, Can More, across the street. Turn right into the lane, Saem-gil, and walk uphill until you reach the Sookmyung Professional Center (Injaeguan). It’s a new grey brick building on the right, across the lane from a Buy the Way convenience store. It's on the first floor room # 105. 

Note: The Sookmyung Professional Center is not on the main campus. If you reach the main campus, you have gone too far up the hill. If you cannot find the building, phone one of these numbers for directions.

010-6745-0717 (Don), 010 5584 5332 (Bruce)

Building address


Korean. For presenters and others arriving by car/taxi and using navigation.
 서울시 용산구 청파동 2 9-22번지 인재관 


English. For those rugged adventurers who don’t like reading the directions above.
Sookmyung Professional Center 102,
9-22 Chungpa-dong 2-ga,
Yongsan-gu,
Seoul Korea
140-132 
 

Links to maps of the area 

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