Summer Korean Immersion Camp (in person)
Now accepting registration for Summer 2022 in person Korean Immersion Camp. Classes will take place at Korean American Center in Irvine. Suited for various levels of proficiency. NO PREVIOUS EXPERIENCED REQUIRED.
Korean American Center is the only organization in the nation designated by both the Korean and United States governments for the teaching of Korean languages. We specialize in offering a high quality, creative, fun, and dynamic learning environment with actual accredited teachers.
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The Korean American Center will host summer program for Korean learners at various skill levels. No experience required. The program is designed to build comprehensive language skills and improve students’ knowledge of Korean through fun and engaging classroom immersion. Through 21st century teaching and learning, students will learn real world application of Korean language. Instruction will be provided on all four language skills (speaking, writing, reading and listening); with an emphasis on increasing students’ speaking and listening comprehension abilities.
We make Korean learning fun!!
|Session 1||June 13 – July 8, 2022|
|9:00 AM – 12:00 PM||3rd – 5th grade|
|1:00PM – 3:00 PM||K – 2nd grade|
|Session 2||July 11 – August 5, 2022|
|9:00 AM – 12:00 PM||6th – 9th grades*|
Students registered in our 6th – 9th grade program will be eligible to receive priority for our 2023 STARTALK program and a fee waiver. STARTALK is a federally funded program of the National Security Agency. STARTALK participants MUST HAVE SOME PROFICIENCY IN ORDER TO BE ACCEPTED. This camp will prepare those with no or little experience with the proficiency to be qualified for the 2023 STARTALK program. For more information, please visit our STARTALK information page.
Class Location: Korean American Center, 20 Truman St, #100, Irvine, CA 92620
Sibling Discount: $50 off each sibling after the first student. Must be in the same transaction to receive the discount. It will automatically be added to each subsequent student.
- experience Korean language immersion in the classroom
- communicate in Korean in real-world circumstances,
- use vocabulary learned from real-world contexts,
- understand impact traditional culture and values has on the language.
- foster an appreciation of their Korean cultural heritage and instill a sense of pride in their dual heritage.