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Relationship for Adolescence Training Global Yearly Universal 2006 Meeting "Early Youth English Direction as a Remote Dialect in Korea"   San Antonio, Texas April 12-15, 2006 To view this requires Microsoft PowerPoint Dr. Lea Lee
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Relationship for Childhood Education International Annual International 2006 Conference

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"Early Childhood English Instruction as a Foreign Language in Korea"   San Antonio, Texas April 12-15, 2006 To view this requires Microsoft PowerPoint

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Dr. Lea Lee Associate Professor Dept. of Curriculum and Instruction Darden College of Education Old Dominion University 145 Education Building Norfolk, VA 23529 homeâ page:â ââ â phone:â â 757-683-4801 fax:â 757-683-5862

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Parents in Korea are willing to educate their little children and preschoolers English Most Korean folks spen d a considerable part of their month to month pay to send their youngsters to English-dialect preschools English learning establishment charges range f rom $100 to $1000/month (Mean = $300/month) Many folks trust that early introduction to English helps their kids ’ s scholarly achievement, which thusly ensures better open doors for upgrading their future social and financial status.

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Prior to 1997, English was presented in 7 th grade. Result: Not satisfactory for Korean individuals to speak with nonnatives in a worldwide society. Since 1997, English has turned into an obliged subject beginning from 3 rd grade in Korea as a feature of the Korean government ’ s development for internationalization of the country. Worldwide society ’ s requests of correspondence in English Background of Emphasizing Early English Instruction

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Korean Government Guidelines: Begin showing English when youngsters are presented to 10,000 Korean words and 1000 books. English direction preceding age six must just be connected to ESL understudies ( Ex. India, Philippines). Begin showing English after age 6 for EFL understudies (Ex. Japan, China). A test study with 4 year olds (N=10) & 7 year olds (N=13) demonstrated that 7 year olds learned English all the more adequately; showing better articulation, memory capacity, application abilities, and consideration level (Ann, So Eung , 1992; Ser, Jae Suk , 1991; Dornyei, 1990 ). Proper Age for English Instruction to EFL ( Englis h as remote dialect ) Students

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Why do Korean folks of preschool kids have an enthusiasm for English training? Enthusiasm for English training Guaranteed Career achievement scholarly achievement Highly capable level of English Better open doors For improving SES level Due to general society idea that an abnormal state of English capability ensures scholastic and profession accomplishment in Korea.

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Incidences of Fervor for English Education Korean folks are excessively energetic to instruct their youngsters English Operations on childrens ’ tongue for a more drawn out and more adaptable tongue in private centers have been accounted for however no official measurements. Some Korean folks have gone to the great of surgically adjusting their tyke ’ s tongue with the end goal them should better purport certain English sounds, for example,/ch/,/th/,/ph/,/r/,/l/,/f/,/v/, and so forth

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Origin of Korean ’ s Educational Zest: Education-fixated society of S. Korea (Oh,1995) During Chosun Dynasty of fourteenth century, Korea was ruled by an Elite class (specifically, Yang Ban) who picked up learning and manners and were obliged to breeze through a national researcher test (to be specific, Gwa Ger), afterwhich they appreciated the advantages of high society life through eras. People in general loved and begrudged these Yang Ban and wished the same accomplishment for their own kids. Instructive pizzazz is outlined through enthusiasm a long ways past ordinary levels among the overall population in Korean culture. These levels of interest and people groups ’ instructive longings are effectively and rapidly spread generally all through the Korean populace. Instructive get-up-and-go is demonstrated today through the marvel of unnecessarily exclusive standards of instructive accomplishment and great levels of instructive rivalry. Folks still longing the life of Yang Ban for their kids today.

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Goal of Early English Education Top objective = Developing non-emphasized English speakers. Reported instances of more or less 6 month-old babies being set before English TV programs for 5 hours a day to accomplish this objective. Regularly youngsters under age 7 are conveyed after supper for English courses in private foundations situated amidst the area (appeared in the photograph).

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English instructional strategies for preschool youngsters in English Institutions ( Lee, K. & Jun, Y.,1997) Mainly straightforward conversational English sentences are taught at home and preschools . In preschools: center is on verbalization of essential expressions and pron o unc ing words (62.6%) At home: folks use varying media helps for pron o unci ng words (60.0%)

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English Instructional Methods for preschool kids in English Institutions Moon, M. (2000) accentuated the utilization of melodies when showing EFL understudies T eaching English by tune is extremely powerful T he redundancy of tunes helps youngsters lea rn English musicality, articulation and valuable expression

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English Instructional Methods for Preschool Children in English Institutions ( SunWoo, Y., 2000 ) Storytelling is a decent guide for showing English for kids over age 6. Results show more established youngsters increase better comprehension of a story: 4 year old kids could just perceive a couple words. 6 year olds could comprehend the story superior to anything 4 year olds through an educator\'s narrating, pictures and instructor\'s motion, voice and outward appearances.

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Teaching Approaches in English Institutions Woo Nam-Hee. (2002)

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Quantitative Data on English Institutions Woo. Nam-Hee. (2002)

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Materials utilized as a part of English Institutions Woo Nam-Hee. (2002) Picture glimmer cards

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English Institutions Regardless of legislative concerns with respect to right on time English direction, there are truly a huge number of private organizations that offer English guidelines to youthful kids between the age of 2 and 5 in Korea.

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"Hawkwon (English Institutions)" Private establishments that attention on instructing are known as "Hawkwon" in Korean, which implies a learning organization. Some Hawkwons are a piece of expansive settled chains while others are little family-possessed operations. Typically these schools utilize both Korean educators who have been abroad and local English speakers who have been employed on one-year contracts.

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Number of English Hawkwon in Korea Actual number surpasses official government count.

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An Example of English Hawkwon Logo: Click on the logo to peruse the site.

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An Example of English Hawkwon Logo: Click on the logo to skim the site. A private establishment chain, “ Childedunet ” offers English classes by means of on-line and disconnected from the net locales.

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Academic foundations of Native English Speaking Teachers employed in Hawkwon (Woo. Nam-Hee, 2002)

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Practices of English direction in Hawkwon Son, Bo Kyung, 2001; Woo. Nam-Hee, 2002) Analyzed different English programs in instructive foundations and distinguished the accompanying 5 general practices.

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English direction in Hawkwon: Practice #1 The English educational programs was centered around showing a outside dialect, rather than the entire youngster improvement

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English guideline in Hawkwon: Practice #2 Operated as indicated by the kids\' ages, leveled educational programs, incorporated in substance subjects

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English guideline in Hawkwon: Practice #3 The objective is to talk the talked dialect proficiently (not to build interest and confidence in English).

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English guideline in Hawkwon: Practice #4 Taught by local English instructors or Korean educators however folks lean toward outside conceived English instructors.

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English guideline in Hawkwon: Practice #5 Used assessment cards for movement, work-focus and perception, which don\'t have any particular point or technique. The assessment style regularly turned into the reason for dissension among the kids\' guardians.

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notwithstanding Hawkwon Although English Hawkwon is exceptionally prevalent, youthful youngsters going to consistent preschool get English direction also. Preschools must offer English lessons keeping in mind the end goal to stay focused with Hawkwon.

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From a review with 680 kindergarten instructors Preschools use comparable showing materials and strategies as Hawkwon ’ s Yang, Ok Seung , Kim, Jin Young , Kim, Hyun Hee , Kim, Young Sil (2001) Results of an instructor overview on English E ducation in Preschools

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Teaching Approaches in Preschools

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Materials utilized as a part of Preschools to upgrade Korean kids ’ s utilization of English

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Students accepting English guideline in Preschools

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Educational Background of Teachers who are showing English in Preschools

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Years served by study members as English instructors in preschools

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Age of understudies in preschools learning English

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Teachers ’ rating in regards to the Importance of showing English in Preschools

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Approaches of Teaching English in Preschools

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Korean Policies for English direction for preschool youngsters The administration and instructors trust English guideline given too soon is not viable and causes mental mischief. Subsequently, they don\'t prescribe early English direction.

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Closing Remarks Regarding English Instruction to EFL Students Young youngsters need flexibility from the authorized work of study. They are ideally serviced by play-

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