Newspapers help S. Korean students master English

11/2/2006 | Korea Times (Seoul), The

Two English instructors in South Korea find English newspapers are an ideal means of teaching their high school and college students vocabulary, grammar and logic, while exposing them to current events and issues. One professor gives her students only the headline, picture and key words of an article, requires them to draft their own article after a class discussion and then has them compare their attempts with the original piece.

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