Korean language education institution with golden ratio for reading, academic records, and college entrance exam

Advanced curriculum and robust systems help students grow from within 강영훈l승인2024.01.17l수정2024.01.17 10:32







The foundation of any academic discipline is a language. A good language education helps students learn foreign languages, as well as other subjects such as math and science. However, there are cases of students getting wrong answers because they cannot read text properly, even though they know the questions.


Balancing reading, SAT prep, and grades

Age and level appropriate curriculum

Lee Ji Hwa Korean Language Institute (Director Jeonghwa Lee) is a Korean language institute that produces the best results with high-quality classes, thorough management, and a balanced reading, SAT prep, and grades curriculum. Lee is an educator with over 14 years of experience in the classroom, where she realized the importance of language education through the preparation and performance of reading and essay competitions. Her students received high scores on mock exams and SATs, which inspired her to open her current institute. She balanced reading, SAT prep and grades for students to give maximum performance. The curriculum is known to strike the essence of Korean language at school by age and level-based programs. “I’ve seen teachers give high school practice tests to elementary or first grade students. I think that’s really inefficient practice.” said Lee. Irresponsible teaching at the wrong level can lead to students getting frustrated with the language. To prevent this from happening, Lee customizes the curriculum and materials for each class by grade and level, and ensures that they lead to good test results. 


Access to over 8,000 hand-picked titles

Getting students in the habit of reading

Lee emphasizes books grow students. Humanities, social studies, science, history, and art books at the institute hand picked by Lee and students are free to borrow, read, and take quizzes after 1 to 2 weeks to make sure they understood the book. This also leads to making a portfolio and increasing exam scores and grades. The institute boasts around 8,000 books and new books are added monthly. This excellent curriculum received a prize from the Minister of Education & Human Resources Development and from a superintendent of education.


Supporting the curriculum with robust systems

Good staff welfare

The institute divides its teaching, testing, and materials specialists between classes, administration, and library management. By eliminating make-up classes for absent students, the alternative system reduces the burden on instructors and frees up time for quality instruction and student management. Once a week, teachers are asked to submit course material as a grade-level study, and once a month, there is an all-instructor demonstration and peer review. The institute provides four major insurances, retirement pension, and vacation expenses for instructors so that they can devote themselves to teaching.

In particular, various investments are being made in employees, such as an all-employee workshop in Da Nang, Vietnam at the end of December 23. Such staff welfare helps to secure a high sense of ownership and pride among employees, and prevents turnover, enabling stable school operations. Recognized for this excellent operation system, Lee Ji Hwa Korean Language Institute received an Excellent Institute at the KCIA Korea Consumer Industry Assessment Academy.

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