Tangkal Corona COVID-19, South Korea Provides Television Training Service for Students
With the current area of practice being applied because of the Corona COVID-19 Virus endemic, television broadcasts are an inspiration that is no less good for young students in South Korea.
Starting April 20, 2020, students in categories 1 and 2 in primary schools want to explore the training instructions offered in television programs and leaflet modules, and not through direct online categories such as those applied to older students, the South Korean Learning Department said on April 5. 2020
The programs are said to be aired on the Educational Broadcasting System (EBS) which is regulated by the authorities.
The South Korean Ministry of Learning publishes the end of the month after part of the pledge, if the latest semester is about to start on April 9 with the online category.
The virtual category was to be attended by students from high school and high school seniors at the beginning, with younger students who were gradually exploring on April 16.
On April 20, those in categories 1, 2 and 3 in elementary school were announced to start their online category.
However, the South Korean Ministry of Learning makes the latest curriculum for category 1 and 2 students with younger alibis that cannot be focused on while leaning in front of a PC or intelligent features for up to 40 minutes on a duration, as taken from the Yonhap News Bureau , Sunday, (5 or 4 or 2020).
These young children want to welcome the bonus module from their school that is designed to help them write, paint, and count, not only to watch the broadcast from EBS.
The arrival of the students was also said to be judged by their teacher by using the opinion section in their online category room or reading notes with their old people.