Weekly Topics

Expressions / Vocabs:

  • Contact your partner by email and
    agree on the technology, date, hour
    of contact with the person.
  • Introduce yourself with photos of
    yourself

Forum:

  • Introduce your partner

Expressions / Vocabs:

  • Introduce your family – parents, siblings, where they live, what they do, how old they are, etc.
  • Describe you family with photos videos, etc.

Forum:

  • Discuss similarities and differences of family life between the two cultures.

Expressions / Vocabs:

  • Talk about what you do, how you spend your weeeknds
  • Talk about what you did last weekend and what you plan to do next weekend

Forum:

  • Compare the weekend lifestyle between the two cultures and types of activities involved.

Expressions / Vocabs:

  • Talk about each other’s campus, what it looks like, what students do on campus when they have no class, etc.
  • Introduce the facilities of your campus such as student cafeteria, bank, post office, coffee shops, etc.

Forum:

  • Compare college life between the two cultures and facilities found on college campuses here and in Korea.

Expressions / Vocabs:

  • Talk about your favorite foods and introduce your most favorite restaurants too.
  • Talk about what you can make and why you like it or not
  • Pretend that you are in a restaurant with your partner and go over a conversation that can take place when ordering food

Forum:

  • Compare food culture between the US and Korea and discuss different types of foods and moethods of preparations involved.

Expressions / Vocabs:

  • Talk about Hallyu and the different media that fall into that category.
  • Talk about the differences between K-pop and music in the US.
  • Talk about K dramas as compared to TV shows made in the US and movies as well.
  • Talk about favorite musicians, actors/actresses
  • Compare the importance of media in each society.

Forum:

  • Compare the entertainment culture between the US and Korea, including, TV shows and movies.

Expressions / Vocabs:

  • Compare life in New York City and Seoul with your partner.
  • Discuss the points of interest in New York and Seoul

Forum:

  • Compare city life in both cultures, including favorite plaes to visit.

Expressions / Vocabs:

  • Talk about various things that you do during summer vacation.
  • Talk about palces you have been to i nthe past or plan to go to in the future for summer vacation.
  • DIscuss various points of interest worth visiting here in the United States if your partner were to come here for a visit and find places of interest to visit in Korea that are popular for tourism

Forum:

  • Compare the summer lifestyle of a student in the US and that of a student in Korea and discuss vacation spots both you and your partner visited.

Expressions / Vocabs:

  • Talk about your friends and how you met, how long you know each other, etc.
  • Talk about the different ages of your friends and relationship differences between here and Korea with the differing age groups.
  • Discuss different activies you like doing with your friends such as going to the movies, shopping, etc. and see if there are significatn differences between the cultures.

Forum:

  • Talk about friendships here in the US and in Korea. What similarities and differences have you noticed? How do activities you do with friends here compare to those in Korea?

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