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Moon Young



Joined: 17 Jul 2016
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 19, 2016 7:54 am    Post subject: About my country's English education Reply with quote

Hi there!
My name is Moon Young Im.
I'm a high school student in south korea.

I like to learn English and I want to be a English teacher.so I'm interested in education of English. In my country, Korean students learn English to get better grade. But our test has some problems. Our students almost take a test to check their Reading skill and Listening skill only. So we cannot talk with Foreigners in English. What do you think of my country's education problem. And What about your country?
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Mint



Joined: 29 May 2017
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Location: Aichi

PostPosted: Mon Jun 19, 2017 11:58 pm    Post subject: About my country's education Reply with quote

I think Japanese government should improve English education in Japan. Japanese English level is below in developed countries although recent Japanese children have been educating English when they were elementary school student. Recently, there is much discussion about the problems of teaching English, but I think that there are not many changes. Japanese students often study English for exams. For example writing, reading, grammar and so on. However much they may study English for exams, it is meaningless if they cannot speak English in the field of practice. It is important for them to study these, but I think they should more practice for speaking English. They are not used to talking with foreign people. First, it is important to increase chances talking with foreign people. If do that, they are used to talking in English, and their speaking and listening skills gradually improve. And it is useful to increase English TVs and animations too. I hope that many Japanese people will be able to use English fluently. And I study English hard, I want to work abroad.
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