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Post by Alison Lee Kwon on Sun Oct 27, 2013 11:50 pm

Teacher: Kwon, Alison Lee
Subject Type:Language basic Korean or Greek
Subject: basic Korean or Greek
Class Number: Classroom 33
Grade 9-10
Difficulty:If the students are willing to learn then it can be simple since it is only the basics.
Appeal: Knowledge of another language has been shown to have an advantage in career opportunities.  Learning  of the other culture also includes watching movies and trying other foods.
Period: Period 6 on fridays afternoons or on monday afternoons.

Teacher: Kwon, Alison Lee
Subject Type: Creative studies
Subject: Various of different areas of art
Class Number: Class 03
Grade: Lower 9-10, upper 11-12
Difficulty: those with artistic talents should find the class enjoyable or have a love for art. Those who don't may struggle. If a person isn't that good but have a passion it is a great class to improve their artistic talents. Lower classes consist of more basic work while, while upper deals on a slightly more higher level since by then students should at lest know the basics.
Appeal: Student can get in touch with their creative side and are able to express their emotional side through their artwrok. Alison always makes sure that each project is different from the last one, so at one point it could be glass work and the next one painting. so that students can work in the different areas that art can offer. She also takes student out into the environment for some projects. Classes are dived into lower and upper so thats students can work with people from roughly their own age groups.
Period: Period 3 or Period 4 for lower grades period, 5 and period 1 for upper grades


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Re: Miss Kwon's classes

Post by Edo Nakamura on Sun Oct 27, 2013 11:55 pm

The Grade section is left out of your first application. Secondly, for your second application (no pun intended) either you forgot to fill in the Grade section, or you are possibly saying that it's available to all grades? Please specify this and do the work asked. Reply when you require a second review, please and thanks!
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Post by Alison Lee Kwon on Mon Oct 28, 2013 12:02 am

Thank's for letting my i did not notice that .i'm note really sure what your grade system is her but where I come from year 7 is start of middle school, if it different here i'll change it.

And is any grade for the top one okay, or is it preferred to have a split between different grades?
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Post by Edo Nakamura on Mon Oct 28, 2013 12:10 am

Well, if you're teaching basics for a language, that class should be for freshman only, in my opinion. However, it's your choice. On this site, we just have your Freshman year, Sophomore year, Junior year, and Senior year (Year 9, Year 10, Year 11, Year 12). Your second subject should be for all grades since it's on various levels of art, if you know what I mean.
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Post by Alison Lee Kwon on Mon Oct 28, 2013 12:34 am

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Post by Edo Nakamura on Mon Oct 28, 2013 1:45 am

Approved.
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