“Bondaygee ESL” is a pioneering type of ESL System I created while teaching 10 years in South Korea. Here I’m happy to share a my greatest secrets to make your teaching experience wonderful too. I used a lot of music, fun, games, humor and the psychology of learning to naturally inspire learning and help people to discover their innate love for language learning. My ESL Music learning system is also created to help students and teachers learn the most valuable English/Korean words in each to memorize and sing songs. 10 years later, I still remember the songs, the vocabulary and all the study sentences attached to each word. Enjoy.
These were my Super-Star students from Kwang Nam Elementary School in Seoul. This was one of my favorite schools and experiences for sure. You can see how well my “Bondaygee ESL System” works here. Mind you the students were pretty nervous doing their little recitals and did their best to say the words as fast as possible. If you were to talk to them and normal speed they could answer with near perfect pronunciation. Click a student to hear their recitals and the “Browser Back” button to go back to start. The story about these great students can be found here at “The Amazing ESL Story”.
Imagine every class in your school, whether it be High School or Elementary School, all happily competing to see who can be the first to memorize all of Bondaygee’s Very Good Words™ study videos! As a matter of fact, it’s been done before and I can honestly tell you the results were astonishing!!
How was is it done? Easy, just start off each class with one of my Very Good Words Vocabulary Videos! They are full of energy and they only take two minutes to practice and sing. Because these essential English Words are strung together like “pearls” on a musical string, they are “piece of cake” to memorize. Now when you have every classroom all competing to be the first to memorize the words, the learning pace becomes phenomenal!
Essential English or Korean Vocabulary-Pronunciation-Mastering-System. You never forget the words!
Please note: This system is much easier than you think, but you should follow these suggestions:
1. For English People learning Korean: a) First learn the easy Korean alphabet. b) Print the word lists and read as you listen. In a very short time you don’t need the list. Lists are here: system.bondaygee.com
2. For Korean students, print out the lists found at system.bondaygee.com and read the word list as you listen. In a very short time you won’t need the list. Just watch the video or you can sing it yourself!
Story Improv can be a lot of fun again for more advanced students. The first student starts out with a random sentence or word of choice. For example: “One day I went fishing…” next student adds a new sentence or word, or however, you decide. This game is great to exercise new vocabulary and the creative spirit/imagination at the same time, which is an extremely important Continue reading “Story Improv”
This is a fun and free musical ESL System I created back in Korea over ten years of teaching English and learning Korean Language and Culture. It’s a great way to study either English or Korean. The idea is you memorize a list of the most commonly used English/Korean words by singing them. In short time you can memorize all the words and each time you practice the song you will improve your pronunciation. Because you’re studying music, the songs leave deep, unforgettable impressions in your mind, heart and soul. I still remember all the songs and I made them 10 years ago. Check it out and see some of the student/school case study stories. I’ve used this system in public schools with awesome success! Here’s the link: System.bondaygee.com