The LEC conducted language training abroad at the University of Hawaii from Feb. 1 to Feb. 26. Students that were selected entered a Hawaiian adaptation program for 5 days. They experienced activities such as sightseeing, Diamond Head climbing and a visit to the Hawaiian main government building. There were 5 classes based on their English test scores and took lectures as a group. Class activities include role-playing, discussion, and conversation with a native teacher. They also met students from the University of Hawaii twice a week and enjoyed various outdoor activities.
Kwak Yu-ri (Special Education ‘07) said, “The Hawaiian adaptation program was so cool. I think the adaptation program helped me to understand local life and also as English study. Through the Hawaiian adaptation program, I understand various cultures from various experiences. Also I got motivation and raised my confidence.”
Lee Sung-Mi (International Relations) said, “We stayed at Frear Hall, which is known as a high-quality dormitory at the University of Hawaii. So we didn’t feel any inconvenience. And thanks to the University of Hawaii, we got a student identification card. So we could receive the same benefits as the university’s students.”
The LEC has various programs, not only the English lounge, and foreign language special lectures, but also cultural sight-seeing abroad, and language training abroad for foreign language special lecture students.
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