APCEIU 자료실2014.02.17 11:36


These two books, the "Five Color Stories of Mongolia" and the "Five Color Stories of the Philippines", were published as a result of 2012 Asia-Pacific Teacher Exchange for Global Education programme, which aim to serve as educational materials in classrooms. Each book has two components: the main textbook, which is comprised of contents that would enhance international understanding and the understanding of each country through comparing Korea and Mongolia, and Korea and the Philippines; and an auxiliary textbook(Appendix & CD), which is comprised of lesson plans and teaching materials of the programme participants.


● Mongolia

<Section 1> The white color of Mongolia : The milk of livestock is our life.
       1. Mr. Sainbainuu likes milk.
       2. What about a fish for lunch, Mr. Sainbainuu?
       3. Eat foul-smelling meat to drive away the wolves?
       4. Horse of Mongolia, the best runner in the world

<Section 2> The green color of Mongolia: grass grows beyond the horizon.
        1. Mr. Hello, do you want to listen to Mr. Sainbainuu’s old story?
        2. Kharhorin, the hub of the universe. 
        3. Stories from the ancestors
          - The most typical world heritage in Mongolia
          - A Mongolian historical chart 

 <Section 3> The yellow color of Mongolia : Monks with the yellow-colored hats
         1. Does faith have a color? Black faith, yellow faith
         2. Where did Mr. Sainbainuu’s grandfather was buried?
         3. Children’s way to play are similar!
         4. Religion grows within our life

<Section 4> The blue color of Mongolia, The sky opens up where the ground ends
          1. It’s where prairies stretch as far as the eyes can see
          2. Long-sleeves are not for dancing
          3. Grandfather’s Tale: A story of Morin Khuur
          4. What did you say? Mr. Sainbainuu is a descendant of wolf?

 <Section 5>The red color of Mongolia: sharing warmth by rubbing each other’s cheeks
          : A house, cozy place where Mongolian lives
           1. The running bride fluttered her red cloth.
           2. How does a Mongolian baby cry?
           3. Mr. Sainbainuu hasn’t lived in a house for a long time

 <Section 6> The rainbow-color of Mongolia: Each child has his own color.
           : Which language does the Mongolian children speak, how is their school life? 
           1. Follow Mr. Sainbainuu to school 
           2. Teach me how to speak Mongolian, Mr. Sainbainuu
           3. Are we just too different?
           4. By learning Mongolian, I get to know Mr. Sainbainuu better.
           5. Haha, What a funny name!
<A story of Participant from Korea-Mongolia Teacher Exchange Programme>  
           1. The school of Mongolia - Kim Dong-Hwan
           2. Surviving in Mongolia - Jang Suyeon

● The Philippines

<Section 1> The white color, lesson of the cross
         1. Once you become a bride, you’re a bride eternally.
         2. Undergarments are not required when you wear a barong
         3. “You’re really white”, the best admiration for Filipino women.
         4. The cross, our lucky amulet.

 <Section 2> An island of blue.
         1. Don’t forget to take your handkerchief when you get on Jeepney, the public bus.
         2. Go to Manila to meet Jose Rizal, hero of the nation’s independence.
         3. Does a monkey wear glasses?
         4. What happened in the Philippines a hundred years ago?
         5. Once upon a time, have you heard about a legend of Pineapple?
          - Mr. Kumusta is proud of the world treasure in the Philippines.

<Section 3> tropical forests of the green color.
        1. Beautiful terraced paddy field, divine hand of a benevolent creator
        2. Honeydew drip full of nutrition from the tropical fruits.
        3. Calling it “Coconut”, because it looked like a frowning clown?
        4. Found a hidden valley of phytoncide

 <Section 4> The yellow color of optimism and freedom : Inside the daily life in the Philippines.
        1. Is the alcohol too strong Mr. Kumusta?
        2. Disappointed without boiled rice and chicken dish.
        3. It was Filipino time, Mr. Hello
        4. Where is the toilet pedestal?
        5. Traditional house looked like our cabin in Korea

<Section 5> Passion, joy and talent of the red color
        1. If aunt is rich, then I’m rich too 
        2. Waiting for Santa Claus to hear carols of September
        3. Bowling? No, it’s ….
        4. Teacher says our child is a genius.
        5. Shall we learn Tagalog?

<A story of Participant from Korea-Philippines Teacher Exchange Programme>
        1. A research on school and school culture in the Philippines -  Jung Hee-Jin
        2. A research on interest rate and preliminary knowledge about Korea in Filipino students - Lee Eun-Hye

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APCEIU 안과밖2013.11.28 18:03

Last 27 November, representatives from the Southeast Asia Centre for Lifelong Learning for Sustainable Development (SEA-CLLSD) in the UNESCO National Commission of the Philippines visited the APCEIU office as they came to Korea to attend the Mid-term Assessment of 2013 Korea-Philippines Teacher Exchange Programme.


On the following day, SEA-CLLSD Director Ms Zenaida T. Domingo and Development Management Officer Ms Eloisa M. Ramirez attended the assessment held at Stanford Hotel in an aim to evaluate the Filipino teachers’ achievements in the exchange programme and praise the Korean schools’ efforts exerted to implement the exchange programme.


The Korea-Philippines Exchange Programme has been launched this year, in cooperation with the UNESCO National Commission of the Philippines. Currently, 24 Filipino teachers are teaching at 17 Korean elementary and middle schools nationwide.




                      Ms. Zenaida T. Domingo(fourth from left), Ms. Eloisa M. Ramirez(third from left).

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