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About The Class
Did you know that Korean is considered a “critical language”? Critical language is a term used to describe languages where there is large demand for language professionals but little supply. We believe the earlier children learn Korean, the better positioned they will be for the future!
Korean is still not a widely taught language (as compared to English, Mandarin, Spanish etc). Because of this, there will always be a shortage of talents who can speak Korean. Learning Korean connects your child to greater opportunities in a 21st century global environment.
My child can just speak English.
While South Korea is a modernised country with one of the world’s largest and most innovative economies, it remains a deeply traditional country where knowledge of Korean language and culture is a huge advantage to anyone interested in a future in the region.
Koreans highly value trust and interpersonal bonds – this is why local language is particularly valuable. Are you preparing your child for a brighter future with stronger opportunities?
Learning Korean on uBitto
All language instructors on uBitto and their respective syllabus are vetted and reviewed to ensure quality teaching that is age-appropriate. The teaching style will also reflect uBitto’s value of active learning and participation.
It is also on uBitto where you can keep track of your child’s progress through updates shared on Community Group.
Teacher Type & Style
All children will be taught the Korean alphabet system (Hangul), pronunciation and basic conversational usages such as greetings, and self-introduction using methods that are appropriate to their age.
Classes will utilise enriched-play method, using songs and games which makes Korean language learning fun and hands-on. Through a creative curriculum, this program will help children develop Korean language skills as well as critical thinking and problem solving skills.
Children will explore colours, counting, family, body parts, animals and simple phrases.
Some of the goal achievements:
- I can say hello and goodbye to peers and elders.
- I can tell someone my name and ask someone’s name.
- I can state my age and where I live.
- I can recite pure Korean (1-10) and Sino Korean numbers.
- I can ask how much something and be able to understand prices.
- I can respond to yes/no questions.
- I can ask someone questions about where they live, what school they go to and what they like and dislike.
Most importantly, we want to cultivate a passion for language learning and an appreciation for culture and history based on activity based learning.
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