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[일반] 미국교환학생(조예리 ) 체험학습후기 (영문& 번역본)
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2009-07-04


조예리 학생은 미국의 중학교1학년 (한국의 6학년과 같음)에 재학중인 학생이며 , 5월말 미국학교의 방학을


 


맞이하여 한국 구리시에 있는 조부모님댁을 방문차 귀국하였습니다.


 


여름방학 한달을 머무는 동안 장자초등학교에 체험학습차 등교하게 되었습니다.


 


우리학교에 머무는동안 느꼈던 점들과 미국학교와의 차이점등을 간단히 글로 남기고 다시 미국의 집으로


 


돌아갔습니다. 


 


다음글은 조예리 학생이 느낀점을 직접 쓴글이며 ,첨부화일은  한글로 번역한것입니다.


 




Hello, my name is Ashley Cho. I am twelve years old. I am in the 6th grade. I live in Sacramento, California, the United States. I moved to the United Sates when I was three years old due to my fathers new job. So I have been in the United States since 2000. My father wanted me to visit Korea because it has been a long time since I have seen my grandparents in Korea, and also my father wants me to have a better understanding about Korea, I came to Korea in late May of 2009. My grandparents live in Guri-Si and I was staying in my grandparents apartment during summer break.


 


 I have recently attended JANGJA elementary school, which is located close to my grandparents apartment to get an idea of what a Korean elementary school is like.


 


As I was going there, I was able to notice some differences between American and Korean elementary school. For me, there were good things and embarrassing things in Korean elementary school compared to that of the United States.





Here are some of the good things.


 


  I have learned a lot in the Korean classes. I was able to make a cushion during 실과 class and got some sewing techniques. I have also studied how to write Chinese characters and how to hold the brush for a\calligraphy properly. I also learned about Korean paintings during DONGAREI class.


 I was glad that I was able to eat many mouth-watering Korean foods for lunch. Even when I live in the United States, I am eating Korean food at home. So I am used to eating Korean foods even if they have a strong smell. However, some American students are not used to the uncomfortable smell so I didnt bring Korean foods for lunch in the United States.





 The break time in Korea is longer than that in the United States. I it was good because I was able to play longer with my friends. In America, the break time is only five minutes long while in Korea it is ten minutes.





The things that were a little bit embarrassing for me are the following.





 When I got to the school building, I observed that every student who went to inside changed to another pair of shoes which may only be worn inside the building. There is no rule similar to this in America.





 As I waited for class I looked at my schedule. I noticed that my homeroom teacher taught almost all of my classes: art, physical education, history, science, and the Korean language. The students here have more classes than American student do.





 In America, P.E. (체육) is considered very important. Because a lot of kids are overweight, they need exercise to maintain their body in a healthy condition; so P.E. is the one of main classes. But in Korea, P.E. was taken only three times a week.





 Lunchtime came after a long day so I felt ravenously hungry. Lunch was served out very differently compared to American schools. In Korea, the children in their turn had to serve the food to the other students. Then the homeroom teacher and students ate lunch in their homeroom. In America, there are lunch ladies who doled the lunch in the school cafeteria; so students went there to eat their lunch.





 I talked to my friends and asked them what they did after school. Their responses were all the same: I have to get to private school right after school and I come home really late. When I first came to this school, I was able to play a little with them. But now, the final exam they had to take changed everything. They said that they had to study so now they were tremendously busy and didnt have the time to hang out.





 After school, the kids had to clean the classroom. There were custodians in America to clean the classrooms so as soon as the bell rang, everyone rushed to go home. Almost everyone rode their bikes to and from school. This astonished me. The people in America carpooled instead.





 To make a long story short, I have greatly enjoyed my time attending JANGJA elementary school during the last month. I was able to have a better understanding about Korea and also was able to enhance my knowledge about Korean culture as I attended JANGJA elementary school. I am glad I was able to come to this school and get educated from it. 





 I would like to send many thanks to my lovely class (6-2). They were so friendly and kind. I would like to say thanks to Mr. 소병용 선생님, a principal, and Mr. 이정섭 선생님, a vice principal, for giving me an opportunity to attend school. Finally I would like to express my deep thanks to my homeroom teacher, Mrs. 장햔경 선생님. She was so nice to me and helped a lot.


 Time goes by so quickly. So it is time to leave. However the time spent attending JANGJA elementary school with you guys will afford me a most pleasing reminiscence. I am so happy. Take care, everyone.











                   June 3, 2009


-Ashley Cho 



 




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