See below to download the 2015 Korean Plant-a-school EOI form.
The Department of Education and Communities of NSW would like to invite all Korean language teachers and academics to share with their colleagues, ideas for educational theory and practice in regards to the Professional Learning Conference for NSW Teachers of Korean 2014 which will be held on Friday 12 September 2014.
You are all most welcome to apply for an expression of interest using the form attached and send it to me (firstname.lastname@example.org). We would also like to hear your ideas for what you would be most interested in as an audience in relation to Korean language and culture.
If you have a vague idea about a topic but you are not ready to give a detailed overview yet, please do not hesitate to contact me personally so we can go through it together and conclude to something more concrete.
Your experience is extremely valuable and the Department of Education is giving you the opportunity to share it with everyone interested in enriching the understanding as well as the impart of language, culture and Koreaness itself.
Looking forward to your prompt response
Spotlight on Schools 13: Learning from, with and about Asia Technology
Not the 'new' success stories about how remote and rural schools connect to schools in Asian countries, achieving their success in Asian literacy across schools and communities, but it was valuable time to re-think of real values of the sister school relationship, culture/language exchanges, overseas excursion and so on. It was nice to have two case studies were Korean-related, out of three case studies. Especially enjoyed the story presented by Blayney Public School NSW, entitled 'Overcoming distance to develop an Aisa literate school community'
Here is the link in case you might be interested in reading some stories about the Australia–Asia BRIDGE School Partnerships Project.
August 23rd 3:00pm
K-Pop Dance Contest in Sydney 2014
Time to get Krazy for K-POP! Anyone who is enthusiastic about K-Pop and has a gifted talent for dance should get your applications in before 27th July! This is an opportunity to express your cravings for K-pop. Grab your opportunity to be a star! More details can be found on our website http://koreanculture.org.au/2014kpop
The Korean Cultural Office Australia will be hosting the 'Deconstructed Bibimbap Competition' in TAFE Institute (Crows Newt) on Sat, 19th July as part of the 'Global Taste of Korea Contest 2014' organised by the Korean government. The winner of this competition will be granted an opportunity to compete in the Grand Final to be held in South Korea later this year, in which the winner will be awarded a prize worth $10,000. Please pass on this information to your readers as it will be exciting news to all Korean food lovers in Australia!!
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(Application closes 4th July)
For further information, please see the link and poster below: http://koreanculture.org.au/cookingcompetition2014
Dear K-Food Lovers!
The Korean Cultural Office cooking classes are a hands on experience which will acquaint you with the healthy, exciting menus Korean cuisines can offer!
We have a few vacancies opening for our morning classes and would like to offer you the chance to partake in our popular classes!
The Korean Cultural Office offers cooking classes taught by a popular cooking teacher and caterer Heather Jeong where students learn how to cook authentic Korean dishes. The classes are hands on cooking experiences that focuses on understanding Korean ingredients, learning traditional and modern Korean recipes, and experiencing differences in regional and seasonal Korean food.
The classes are kept small, up to 8 students, and students make 1~2 dishes in each class. The class concludes with lunch/dinner of the dishes made, accompanied by numerous side dishes and kimchi that is unique to Korean cuisine. The modern, well equipped Korean Cultural Office aims to enhance better understanding of
Korean food and Korean culture.
Hands-on class with Heather Jeong => Demonstration + Hands-on Cooking + Comprehensive Recipes + Eat what you cook
Monday June 2 (11am-1.30pm), Tuesday 17 (11am-1.30pm), Tuesday 24 (11am-1.30pm)
Please visit : http://www.koreanculture.org.au/culture-classes/traditional-taste-of-korea/cooking-class
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Showcasing and hands on approach to more Korean favourites.
Week 1- learn how to make well loved classics (Mon, 2 June) Daeji bulgogi, Bindae tteok
Week 2 – learn how to make this golden favourite (Tue, 10 June) Bibimbap
Week 3 – learn how to make this family favourite that’s become well known world wide (Tue, 17 June) Bul dak, Janchi guksoo
Week 4 – learn how to create Korean street food (Tue, 24 June) Tteok bokki, Kimbap
*People who want to apply offline, please visit our office and fill the application form at the reception desk.
Scan this QR code to download some Korean images or 2014 calendar images from the Korean Tourism Organisation website.
Good video resource with Korean images (places, activities etc) alogn with key words.
I think this video clip would be useful for Korea A-Z activity.
"Korean food is some of the healthiest on earth, with an emphasis on vegetables, meats cooked simply and without much oil, and a near obsession with the fermented vegetable kimchi, which can be something of an acquired taste for non-Koreans."
Follow this link (http://www.sbs.com.au/food/cuisine/korean) for more food, pictures and stories.
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