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2024 ASP Summer Camp - Middle&High





ASP MH 2024년  썸머  스쿨 코스는 전 세계적으로 교육 분야에서 광범위한 영향력을 가지고 있는

미국의 교육 서비스 및 출판 기업인 맥그로힐(McGraw-Hill)의 자회사, Studysync의 커리큘럼으로

영어 집중 코스로  선택 과목 학점을 취득할 수 있는 썸머 스쿨을 운영합니다.


이번 썸머 스쿨 코스 동안 ASP MH 학생들은 영문학 작품을 읽고 분석하며 비평하고 작문하는 연습을 통해 문학적 이해력과 작문 능력 향상과 현재의 글로벌 이슈에 관련된 학생들의 디지털 능력, 공개 연설 능력 향상을 기대합니다.


관심 있는 분들의 많은 참여를 부탁드립니다.


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 l Output 

- 6주 과정 : 선택 과목 1학점 취득

<학점 취득 선택 과목명 >

1. Literary Analysis and Composition (0.5)

2. Speech and Communication(0.5)


- 3주 과정 :  코스 수료증

<수료 코스명 >

Advanced Literary and Communication Skills


 l 운영기간 

Session 1 :  24년 7월 8일 ~ 26일 (3주간)

Session 2 :   24년 8월 5일  ~ 23일 (3주간)

* 캠프기간 중 공휴일(광복절)은  정상수업이 진행됩니다.


 l 수업 시간  : 09:00 AM ~15:20 PM

 l 영어 레벨별 수업

신청 학생 수와 학생들의 영어 실력(Map test점수 기준)에 따라 레벨별 수업을 진행합니다.


 l 신청 기간 : 2024.4.8 – 2024.6.7


 l 코스

Course  1 : Crafting Voices: Navigating the Landscape of Modern Literature

코스 1은 문학적 표현과 분석에 대한 심층적인 탐구를 제공하여 학생들이 복잡한 아이디어를 글로서 탐색하고 표현하는 기술을 갖출 수 있도록 합니다.


StudySync의 포괄적인 자원을 통해 다양한 문학 장르와 스타일을 다루며, 비판적 사고, 창의적 글쓰기, 그리고 텍스트 분석을 강조합니다. 학생들은 다양한 맥락에서 효과적으로 소통하는 법을 배우며, 급변하는 디지털 환경에서 학업 및 개인적 성공을 위해 준비됩니다.


Week 1: The Essence of Narrative

Focus: Exploring the elements of storytelling and narrative structure.

Activities: Analyzing short stories, crafting character sketches.


Week 2: Poetry and Its Forms

Focus: Understanding poetic forms, devices, and interpretations.

Activities: Writing personal poems, peer review sessions.


Week 3: Persuasive Writing Techniques

Focus: Learning persuasive techniques and argumentative structures.

Activities: Drafting opinion pieces on current issues, workshop critiques.


Week 4: The World Through Drama

Focus: Investigating the elements of drama and theatrical expression.

Activities: Reading a play, performing a monologue.


Week 5: Nonfiction and Reality

Focus: Diving into nonfiction genres: biography, essay, journalism.

Activities: Researching and presenting on a nonfiction topic.


Week 6: Integrating Literature and Digital Media

Focus: Combining traditional literary skills with digital media.

Activities: Creating multimedia presentations of literary analysis.


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Course 2 : Global Perspectives: Articulating Insights on Contemporary Issues

코스 2는 McGraw-Hill의 SyncBlasts를 통해 현재의 글로벌 이슈에 관련된 학생들의 디지털 능력과 공개 연설 능력을 향상시키는 데 초점을 맞춥니다. 각 세션은 다양한 주제를 탐구하고, 학생들이 매주 통찰력 있는 연설을 작성하고 전달하도록 하는 것으로 진행되어,짧고 집중된 시간 동안 비판적 사고와 효과적인 소통을 육성합니다.

이 형식은 학생들이 글로벌 사안에 대한 견해를 표현할 수 있는 플랫폼을 제공함으로써 학업 및 현실 세계의 도전에 대비하도록 목표를 설정하고 있습니다.


Week 1: Digital Citizenship

Objective: Understand the rights, responsibilities, and ethical considerations of digital interaction.

Activities: Discuss the impact of digital footprints; explore case studies on digital ethics.


Week 2: Environmental Challenges

Objective: Analyze current environmental issues and their global impact.

Activities: Research and present on topics like climate change, pollution, and conservation efforts.


Week 3: Technological Innovations

Objective: Investigate how recent technological advancements are shaping society.

Activities: Group discussions on AI, renewable energy, and space exploration; prepare individual speeches.


Week 4: Social Justice and Equality

Objective: Explore issues of social justice, equity, and human rights.

Activities: Analyze news articles and documentaries; present speeches on chosen issues.


Week 5: Global Health Concerns

Objective: Examine global health challenges, including pandemics and healthcare accessibility.

Activities: Research on ongoing health crises; speech on the importance of global health initiatives.


Week 6: Cultural Exchange and Globalization

Objective: Understand the effects of globalization on cultural exchange and identity.

Activities: Share insights from interviews or articles on the cultural impacts of globalization; final speech presentation.


*주간 계획 및 주제는 변경될 수 있습니다


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ASP MH's 2024 Summer School courses are operated as an English-intensive program where students can earn elective credits through the curriculum of StudySync, a subsidiary of McGraw-Hill, a leading education services and publishing company with extensive influence in the global education sector.


During this summer school course, ASP MH students will engage in reading, analyzing, and critiquing works of literature, as well as practicing writing, with the aim of enhancing their literary comprehension and composition skills. Additionally, students are expected to improve their digital literacy and public speaking abilities related to current global issues.


We look forward to welcoming all interested parties to the ASP MH Summer School.


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Camp Application Form Link : https://forms.gle/e9mrY66mDYtXYGHH8



<Output>

- 6-week Course: Earn 1 elective credit

<Elective Credit Course >

1.Literary Analysis and Composition (0.5)

2.Speech and Communication (0.5)


- 3-week Course: Certificate of Completion 

<Certificate Course >  

1.Advanced Literary and Communication Skills


<Period>

Session 1: July 8th to 26th, 2024 (3 weeks)


Session 2: August 5th to 23rd, 2024 (3 weeks)

*Regular classes will be held on Liberation Day.


<Class Hours> 

09:00 AM to 03:20 PM


<English Level-based Classes>

Classes will be conducted at different levels based on the number of applicantsand students' English proficiency (based on Map test scores).


<Camp Application Period>  

2024.3.8 – 2024.6.7


<Course>


-Course 1

Crafting Voices: Navigating the Landscape of Modern Literature

This course offers a deep dive into literary expression and analysis, equipping students with the skills to explore and articulate complex ideas in written form.

Through StudySync's comprehensive resources, the course covers a wide range of literary genres and styles, emphasizing critical thinking, creative writing, and textual analysis. Students will learn to communicate effectively in various contexts, preparing them for both academic and personal success in a rapidly evolving digital landscape.


Week 1: The Essence of Narrative

Focus: Exploring the elements of storytelling and narrative structure.

Activities: Analyzing short stories, crafting character sketches.


Week 2: Poetry and Its Forms

Focus: Understanding poetic forms, devices, and interpretations.

Activities: Writing personal poems, peer review sessions.


Week 3: Persuasive Writing Techniques

Focus: Learning persuasive techniques and argumentative structures.

Activities: Drafting opinion pieces on current issues, workshop critiques.


Week 4: The World Through Drama

Focus: Investigating the elements of drama and theatrical expression.

Activities: Reading a play, performing a monologue.


Week 5: Nonfiction and Reality

Focus: Diving into nonfiction genres: biography, essay, journalism.

Activities: Researching and presenting on a nonfiction topic.


Week 6: Integrating Literature and Digital Media

Focus: Combining traditional literary skills with digital media.

Activities: Creating multimedia presentations of literary analysis.


-Course 2 

Global Perspectives: Articulating Insights on

Contemporary Issues

This intensive summer course focuses on enhancing students' digital literacy and public speaking skills by engaging them with current global issues through SyncBlasts by McGraw-Hill. Each session involves exploring diverse topics, followed by the students crafting and delivering insightful speeches each week, fostering critical thinking and effective communication within a short, concentrated timeframe. This format aims to prepare students for academic and real-world challenges by providing a platform to express their views on global affairs.


Week 1: Digital Citizenship

Objective: Understand the rights, responsibilities, and ethical considerations of digital interaction.

Activities: Discuss the impact of digital footprints; explore case studies on digital ethics.


Week 2: Environmental Challenges

Objective: Analyze current environmental issues and their global impact.

Activities: Research and present on topics like climate change, pollution, and conservation efforts.


Week 3: Technological Innovations

Objective: Investigate how recent technological advancements are shaping society.

Activities: Group discussions on AI, renewable energy, and space exploration; prepare individual speeches.


Week 4: Social Justice and Equality

Objective: Explore issues of social justice, equity, and human rights.

Activities: Analyze news articles and documentaries; present speeches on chosen issues.


Week 5: Global Health Concerns

Objective: Examine global health challenges, including pandemics and healthcare accessibility.

Activities: Research on ongoing health crises; speech on the importance of global health initiatives.


Week 6: Cultural Exchange and Globalization

Objective: Understand the effects of globalization on cultural exchange and identity.

Activities: Share insights from interviews or articles on the cultural impacts of globalization; final speech presentation.


*Weekly plans and topics are subject to change.










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