Reviewed in the united states on august 3 2014 teaching english in korean public schools a practical guide is indeed a practical book which really focuses mostly on speaking listening reading writing and teaching young learners are covered with only a few paragraphs each at most. I just started teaching at a hagwon in a smaller city in korea and not only is the pay higher than i was being offered at any public school but i have all the same benefits that were being advertised with the public schools as well i will say some of those benefits werent originally on the job posting but they were there by the time i got the job offer so either they added that on . Budget cuts a renewed emphasis on korean english teachers a slowing economy and a realization that 1 foreign teacher per public school simply wasnt effective were all contributing factors korean public schools hired 8500 foreign teachers in 2012 by 2016 the total number was down to 4962. I have been teaching in public elementary schools six in total for over a year and a half now some friends back home were curious about the school system in korea so i wanted to reflect on some basic similarities and differences between my experiences in elementary schools in korea and the states these are. Public schools most public native teachers are hired through the english program in korea epik and are placed in elementary and middle schools throughout the country as part of the national curriculum students begin english education in third grade and continue until high school graduation
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