The participants were placed in each class depending on their language proficiency level for maximum benefits. Forming a class was organized correctly and minutely through speaking test with a native-speaking instructor and speaking test by telephone.
Especially in the English program, each class is focused on strengthening the learners’ weak points. There were 8 different levels, from basic to high-intermediate. Speaking, listening, reading and writing classes were done in the morning, and students did group projects in the afternoon.
On July 23, there was a completion ceremony in the CWNU building 21. Go Hui-En (Dept. of International Relations, 07) who participated in the ceremony said, “The most important thing I like is that we were exposed to English with native-speaking instructors and Korean teachers in spite of constraint of space on the home front. Especially, the system in which the Korean teachers played a role as a mentor of education and recommended the use of English was of great help to junior class students.” “Though it was a short period of time, it was a time of worthwhile.” Hui-En added.
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