DONGGANG

Código: 
IWO/LOVE-B6
Disponibilidad: 
Disponible
624, Chungjeol-ro, Gisan-myeon, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do, Republic of Korea Google Map : http://goo.gl/6j95Lr
Corea del Sur
Fecha de inicio: 
17/09/2019
Fecha de fin: 
13/12/2019
Idiomas: 
Inglés
Coreano
Tipo de trabajo: 
Edad mínima: 
19
Edad máxima: 
40
Plazas: 
2
Plazas para discapacitados: 
0
- Supporting to teach English to students - Participating classes with students: PE, playing instrument etc. - Having your own class about languages or cultures (if volunteers want) - Joining outdoor activities with students - Preparing and leading activities regarding on human rights, communication, democracy, critical thinking, and cultural exchange * Teaching Information: - The age & Number of students: 13 to 15 years old - The number of students: around 60 students in the school * Working Hours: Monday to Friday (5-7 hours)
A private room in the school dormitory / homestay(during weekend) * Food: Meals are provided in school cafeteria
Terminal : Seocheon Station(KTX)
- Those who have teaching experience or are interested in teaching - Those who can communicate in English - Those who are interested in teenagers and socialized with them. - welcomed if you have any prior experience of youth education or camp. - Those who are interested in human rights, group discussion, democracy or critical thinking - Welcomed if you have any prior experience regarding human rights, group discussion, democracy or critical thinking
Aeropuerto: 
SEL
Notas: 
* During weekend, homestay activities are planned. Volunteers are able to stay in homestay with other local people. * On 20 November 1989, the UN General Assembly adopted the convention on the Rights of the Child in order to emphasize the children right as any human being under the age of eighteen, unless the age of majority is attained earlier under national legislation. The 4 rights are "Survival rights, Development rights, Protection rights and Participation rights" Among these 4 rights, the volunteers would participate to have activities on "Participation rights" to let children know more about their own rights of global citizenship. The activities are mainly focusing on communication skills, critical thinking, and teamwork. Through OAT, you are able to gain more specific activities on this topic.