DCSP(Daewon Community Service Project)
- To foster community spirit by strengthening practice-based humanistic education and acquiring a wide range of meaningful experiences
- To instill self-confidence, develop potential leadership, and contribute to the advancement of oneself and the community by engaging in voluntary activities using knowledge acquired via curriculum.
- We provide guidance for the students to engage in sincere, continuous volunteering by strengthening connections with community centers and activities that evolve around each class, club, or family.
- The school organizes a support system for active volunteering activities to allow students to foster a sense of sharing and considerateness.
- We advise students to independently choose a type of voluntary activity and participate in the project continuously.
DGSP(Daewon Gift-Sharing Project)
- To elevate the dignity of a Daewonian through voluntary gift-sharing.
- To demonstrate both the mentor and mentee’s possibilities through one-on-one mentoring activities in order to develop one’s potential.
- Self-directed learning
- School curriculum-related studies
- Exploring career aptitudes
Daewon Foreign Language Institute
Purpose & Objectives
- Daewon Foreign Language Institute was established in order to develop a distinctive foreign language learning program for students to autonomously create a learning environment where they can fluently speak English and one’s major language without having to rely on private tutoring.
- To create an education environment where each student can develop the ability to freely speak fluently in English and one’s major language. This leads to the ultimate goal of fulfilling our school’s motto of “Koreans Branching Out Around the World.”
- To expand the students’ foreign language skills not by private education but by the constructive help of friends, and realization of the
beautiful center of education where all students can some together to share knowledge.
- The program selects students of high achievement in TOEFL, TEPS, major language exams and winners of various foreign language competitions as instructors or teaching assistants to organize their own lesson materials for an activity.
- The qualifications for instructors and teaching assistants are given by official documents that confirm the students’ aptitude in a language.
- Qualified instructors and teaching assistants are required to submit a lesson plan. After all sessions have ended, students will submit a final report and a handwritten progress chart. Mentees will submit a final report only.
- Sessions will be divided into four areas of reading, listening, writing, and speaking; the instructor/teaching assistant will go through the lesson that is customized for the mentee student according to his/her strengths and weaknesses.
- Mentee students will be divided into groups based on their academic achievements, and will be matched with an instructor/teaching assistant one-on-one or one-on-two randomly.
- Instructors/teaching assistants will plan the lesson based on the achievement level of the mentee.
- Instructors/teaching assistants can teach other relevant subject materials other than English or one’s major language.
Plans for Woori Sharing English Camp
- To practice the spirit of sharing by helping neighbors in need.
- To provide quality public education for those who lack opportunities of private education.
- To instill interest in English and motivate the desire to learn through the Mentor-Mentee system.
- To provide a meaningful Saturday program related to the curriculum used during weekday classes.
- The camp will be run by selecting students fit for ‘social integration model’(사회통합전형) from middle schools located in the Gwangjin area.
- Instructors are constituted of volunteering students under the student council.
- Camp participators will be selected after he/she receives a recommendation from the principal of his/her middle school.
Daewon Duri Sharing Community Service Competition Plans
- To establish an opportunity to practice commitment needed in a global leader.
- To acknowledge students who perform community services for one’s neighbors and encourage such continuous activity.
- To create an opportunity to seek the direction of desirable community service activities.
- To discover cases of superb humanistic education and provide an opportunity for other schools to apply and incorporate a similar approach.
- At the beginning of each semester, specifics regarding the competition will be posted online.
- The competition recognizes teams that engage in continuous community service and contribute to the neighborhood’s development rather than temporary, one-time activities.
- The competition puts a premium on the students’ major languages’ characteristics and creative community services than activities that require simple efforts.
- Students are guided to engage in qualitative community services instead of quantitative services.