Students teach Korean to build relationships

Want to learn Korean?

Take Erin and Sella’s class, and you will not only learn Korean; you’ll get some insight on Korean culture as well.

Erin and Sella are currently offering Korean language lessons to fulfill their  CAS (Creativity, Action, Service) project.  CAS  fosters personal and interpersonal development by learning through experience.

Although CAS is a requirement for IB students, Erin and Sella have developed a passion for teaching the class.

“In the first lesson, I realized that students don’t really have an understanding of the Korean culture, so Sella and I wanted to change that. We aren’t only teaching the Korean language, we want to build understanding between our cultures, too.”

Classes are held at the Dragon House in Room 111 each Monday and Wednesday after school.



In this video, UISZ students and MUN director Gregory Peebles talk about the life-changing journey that helps students develop confidence in leading others, a stronger awareness of global issues, and the chance to make new friends from around the world. #better@uisz #iamuisz

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