SLP Busan Gaegeum

SLP Busan Gaegeum

Company Type
School/Education
Location
Korea, Republic of > Busan-si > Busanjin-gu

About Us

 

SLP has been continuing the educational philosophies of Sogang University since it was created in 1994.  Our commitment to English education remains unchanged in the 21st century. 
 
Sogang University students were able to develop English skills quicker than other university students when it was first founded. Today, our programs develop the English language skills of many students in Korea.  SLP students are expected to do well academically, as well as be able to think, act, and dream in English.

 

Programs


We offer two different tracks for our students to follow. 
 
Intensive Track: 
 
Kindergarten
Apple Juice (AJ): The curriculum develops the foundations for listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills.
 
Elementary
Junior Intensive Program (JIP): SLP has created a customized program using the latest curriculum.  Teachers will teach topics, such as humanities, economics, life sciences, culture, etc.
 
Elementary Intensive Program (EIP): This program expands students’ ability to recall and use information learned in class.  Critical thinking foundations and self-directed learning abilities are formed in EIP classes.  Teachers will focus on teaching listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills.
 
Immersion Tract:
 
Kindergarten
Rainbow Bridge (RB): Students are taught English language development, art, physical education, and nature exploration.
 
Elementary
Specialized Academic Program (SAP): SAP follows an American curriculum custom-made for SLP. Teachers will teach speaking, writing, vocabulary, grammar, and critical thinking through famous literary pieces.
 

Location Description

 

Busan is South Korea's second-most populous city after Seoul, with a population of over 3.4 million. The full metropolitan area has a population of approximately 8 million. The Nakdong is Korea's longest river and Busan's Haeundae Beach is also the country's largest.

 

Busan is a center for sports tournaments in Korea, having hosted the 2002 Asian Games and FIFA World Cup. It is home to the world's largest department store, the Shinsegae Centum City. Busan was added to the UNESCO Creative Cities Network as a "City of Film" in December 2014.

 

Busanjin District is located in central Busan. It has an area of 29.7 km², and a population of about 410,000. It is the heart of Busan’s shopping attractions. Bujeon Market is one of the largest traditional markets in Busan. South of the traditional market is a long shopping area along Seomyeon First Street. There are a wide variety of shops and stop for a meal or drinks at the numerous bars and restaurants. Movie theaters, casinos, concert venues, and art galleries draw local residents and tourists to this very lively street. Busanjin-gu is home to major shopping, entertainment, and a business area called Seomyeon. Before leaving the Seomyeon area, stop by the Seomyeon Underground Shopping Center, a modern mall with refreshing air-conditioning and reasonable prices.

 

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Company Type
School/Education
Vacancies
Kindergarten and Elementary ESL Teacher Wanted at SLP Busan Gaegeum

1. Role and Responsibilities SLP is looking for qualified teachers to serve as kindergarten and elementary English teachers. As a kindergarten and elementary school teacher at SLP, you will be teaching students from age 5 to grade 6. You will teach English through phonics, basic writing, stories, science, and arts & crafts and help students gain confidence in English listening, speaking, reading, and writing. You will be responsible for the following: • Plan, prepare, and deliver lessons • Prepare teaching materials ahead of time • Grade regular homework assignments • Prepare and create tests and examinations • Track and report students’ performance dates and give feedback • Attend and contribute to regular staff meetings • Follow SLP's in-house curriculum to help students learn effectively • Use the North American textbooks, Wonders, to help young students learn speaking, reading, writing, and listening 2. Candidate Qualifications • Native English Speaker • Have a minimum of a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution • Holds or is eligible for the E-2 visa with USA, CAN, UK, AUS, NZ, IRE, or SA citizenship • Hold an F-visa with with USA, CAN, UK, AUS, NZ, IRE, or SA citizenship • Apostilled Diploma and Criminal Background Check • Must be physically and mentally healthy 3. Working Conditions • Student Type: Kindergarten and Elementary • Curriculum: Curriculum and lesson plans provided • Working Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:30 A.M. - 6:30 P.M. • Teaching Hours: 25- 30 classes per week • Class Time: 50 minutes per class • Lunch Hour: 12:00 P.M. - 1:00 P.M. • Teacher Training: Provided • Teaching Staff: 4 Native English Teachers, 10 Korean Teachers

Korea, Republic of > Busan-si > Busanjin-gu
Start Date :
Location

2F - 3F, Busan Busanjin-gu Gayadae-ro 406