Taking the TOSEL

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7 Responses

  1. cher says:

    perhaps it’s the power of memorization….kkkkk….joke….that’s why a speaking test is necessary

  2. jehan says:

    we had this every end of the month at Princeton but the KETs usually supervised the tests… too bad the academy was sold and even changed… memory na lang sya sa amin ng mga bata, haaay….

  3. Jerick Mac says:

    ano po yung wojangnim? principal, supervisor? 🙂

  4. MIn says:

    i was s curious about the admin says that their students got high scores yet they have a hard time in their class..and there is no actual speaking test? do you mean the problem was the TOSEL books or how the teachers teach. actually, my korean boss was putting up a school business here in the Philippines and He wants to adopt the TOSEL course with our students. so Im reading the books and i think its ok..same as the other books we are using.

    • Betchay says:

      Hi Min! English education is conducted differently in South Korea. Most classes use the GTM or grammar translation method especially if the teacher is Korean. They focus mostly on vocabulary and grammatical structure and perceptive skills. Not much class time is used on language production. That is why most Korean students do very well on English tests but they have a hard time speaking English.

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