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Korean students practice English while expressing themselves [25 pictures]

Mar 11, 2013 By Abraham 4

The blog Korean Students Speak exists “to provide students with the opportunity to utilize English in a creative and organic way to express their opinions and thoughts to the world.” They do that by encouraging high schoolers to say whatever they want to on a sheet of paper and then posting pictures of the students holding their messages.

Here are a few examples…

(via Rats Off)

4 Comments

  1. angela says:

    That’s nice but I think they should add a rule. It should only get posted if it’s grammatically correct! If no one is correcting them, it doesn’t really make for good practice.

  2. Stephanie says:

    Angela, I agree that grammatical correctness is important, but I imagine that wasn’t the point of this exercise. This was about expressing themselves in creative ways.

    I like these, I like how it shows the individuality of the students and how some have great aspirations, some are content being who they are, and some feel repressed by school or society, and some just want to play, LOL.

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