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  The language program is divided into cultural and academic parts. First of all, as a part of the Little Leader¡¯s Language Program, children are exposed to the natural English speaking environment where they can grasp the way of life and culture of English speaking countries. Secondly, children learn English through the immersion program where Language Arts, is incorporated into the curriculum. Our series of textbooks Cupcake, Fun House, and All Stars have been developed from Edubox as a result of research and efforts to facilitate all the needs for children¡¯s proper development of motor skills, linguistic skills (English), intelligence, sociability, and emotions.
  In order to become global leaders, children must master expressing their thoughts and ideas to others. By receiving regular chances to communicate in front of a group of people, children gain skills and confidence to become expert public speakers from an early age. A conference is implemented every week for each and every child to stand stands in front of his/her peers in the group class area, to have a presentation followed by discussions. In Level A, children have a show and tell format of presentation. In Level B children start engaging in discussions and lastly as they move up to the final stage, Level C, students have a casual debating competition, which requires them to learn about a topic, think about it, and engage in thoughtful discussion about it.
  Manners is a skill that is taught and internalized through practice. Children in this program will learn and practice good manners.Learning good manners will help children act toward others with respect and take into account their feelings. Children will also gain the confidence that comes from knowing the proper things to do.
Throughout the year, children will learn and practice good manners by participating in games or activities focusing on them. Manners are reviewed until they become a natural part of their lives.
  Every month children experience national festivities of Korea and other western countries. From this, children become accustomed to their own Korean culture and heritage which they will grow to take pride in and appreciate. From this understanding of their own identity and heritage, children can understand the cultures of other countries and view the world with a vision of true global leaders.
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