ISE High School (Grade 9 -12)

American High School Diploma

All students at ISE will work toward earning her/his American High School Diploma. As a fully accredited international school, ISE is allowed to present this diploma to students who have successfully met all necessary requirements in grades 9 through 12.

 

International Baccalaureate Diploma Program

The International Baccalaureate Diploma Program is an integral part of ISE. The purpose of the program is to provide students with an academically challenging high school education that meets worldwide standards and is sanctioned by the International Baccalaureate.

Curriculum

The high school mathematics curriculum challenges students to not only master basic computational skills, but to attain a sophisticated understanding of mathematical knowledge. The information explosion and the rapid advances in technology suggest that all students need to bring their performance to world-class standards.

GEOMETRY

Grades:                       9/10

Length:                        1 year

Credit:                         1

Prerequisite:                Algebra I

Four dimensions of understanding are emphasized throughout geometry: skills, properties, uses, and representations. Students will develop skills in drawing, visualizing, and following algorithms and understand mathematical properties, relationships. They will use geometric concepts in realistic situations and represent geometric concepts with coordinates, networks, and other diagrams.

Required Material: Graphing Display Calculator (GDC) Preferably TI-84 Plus

Textbook(s): Geometry, McGraw-Hill

ALGEBRA II

Grades:                       9/10/11

Length:                        1 year

Credit:                         1

Prerequisite:               Geometry

Algebra completes the development of mathematical core knowledge. This course emphasizes algebraic expressions and forms, especially linear and quadratic forms, powers, and roots, and functions based on these concepts. Students will study logarithmic, trigonometric, polynomial, and other special functions as tools for modeling real-world situations. The course finishes with advanced trigonometry and intermediate statistics.

Required Material: Graphing Display Calculator (GDC)  Preferably TI-84 Plus.

Textbook(s): Algebra 2, McGraw-Hill

IB MATHEMATICAL STUDIES SL

Grades:                       11/12

Length:                        2 years

Credit:                         2

Prerequisite:                 Advanced Algebra and/or Geometry

International Baccalaureate mathematical studies SL is designed as the mathematical IB fundamental level course.  It qualifies students for the full diploma or certificate. It is most appropriate for those intending the pursuit of a career that does not require a technical background. IB mathematical studies SL introduces the student to topics in probability, statistics, financial mathematics, logic, algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. It allows students to maintain and refine diverse integrated mathematical skills. Mathematical studies, as part of the International Baccalaureate program is recognized in universities around the world including North America, Europe, and Asia.

Required Material: Graphing Display Calculator (GDC) Preferably TI-84 Plus.

Textbook(s): Mathematical Studies for the International Student, Hease and Harris

IB MATHEMATICS SL

Grades:                       11/12

Length:                        2 years

Credit:                         2

Prerequisite:               Algebra 2

IB mathematics SL is similar to many 11th or 12th grade college preparatory math courses. This course caters for students who already possess knowledge of basic mathematical concepts, and who are equipped with the skills needed to apply simple mathematical techniques correctly. The course focuses on introducing important mathematical concepts through the development of mathematical techniques. The portfolio component offers students a framework for developing independence in their mathematical learning by engaging in mathematical investigation and mathematical modeling. Students are provided with opportunities to take a considered approach to these activities and to explore different ways of approaching a problem. The portfolio also allows students to work without the time constraints of a written examination and to develop the skills they need for communicating mathematical ideas. Students are expected to have access to a graphic display calculator (GDC) at all times during the course (TI-84 is the recommended model).

Required Material: Graphing Display Calculator (GDC) Preferably TI-84 Plus.

Textbook(s):    Applications and Interpretations, and Analysis and Investigations.

Mathematics Standard Level for the IB Diploma, Oxford UniversityPress

IB Mathematics SL, Haese and Harris Press

IB MATHEMATICS HL

Grades:                       11/12

Length:                        2 years

Credit:                         2

Prerequisite:                Algebra II, Pre-Calculus and/or approval of the instructor

IB mathematics HL focuses on developing important mathematical concepts in a comprehensible, coherent and rigorous way. Students embarking on this course should expect to develop insight into mathematical form and structure and should be intellectually equipped to appreciate the links between concepts in different topic areas. The course caters for students with a good background in mathematics who are competent in a range of analytical and technical skills. The majority of these students will be expecting to include mathematics as a major component of their university studies while studying mathematics, physics, engineering or technology.

The portfolio work offers students a framework for developing independence in mathematical learning by engaging in mathematical investigations and mathematical modeling. The portfolio work allows students to develop skills in communicating mathematical ideas. Students also select optional topics for study for the external examination. This course is a very demanding one, requiring students to study a broad range of mathematical topics through a number of different approaches and to varying degrees of depth. Students are expected to have a graphic display calculator (GDC) at all times throughout the course (TI-84 plus is the recommended model).

Required Material: Graphing Display Calculator (GDC)  Preferably TI-84 Plus.

Textbook(s):  Applications and Interpretations, and Analysis and Investigations.

English classes are based on a study of English literature and language. Through an analysis of literature, students develop critical reading and thinking skills and an appreciation for the power of words. Students must take an English course each semester they are enrolled at ISE, regardless of the number of English credits they may already have. These classes serve to increase students’ abilities to express themselves more precisely, both in their oral and written work.

GRADE 9 ENGLISH LITERATURE & LANGUAGE

Length:                        1 year

Credit:                         1

Prerequisite:                9thGrade Standing

This course emphasizes the development of literacy, critical thinking, and communication skills. Students will analyze challenging texts, both contemporary and historical; conduct research and analyze the information gathered; write persuasive speeches and literary essays.

 

GRADE 9 ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Length:                        1 year

Credit:                         1

Prerequisite:                9thGrade Standing

 

This course emphasizes the development of literacy, critical thinking, and communication skills. Students will study the content, form, and style of informational texts and literary works; write explanations, letters, and reports; and investigate the connections among media forms, audiences, and media industry practices. An important focus will be on using language clearly, accurately, and effectively in a variety of contexts

GRADE 10 ENGLISH LITERATURE & LANGUAGE

Length:                        1 year

Credit:                         1

Prerequisite:                10thGrade Standing

This course emphasizes consolidation of literacy, critical thinking, and communication skills. Students will analyze a range of challenging texts from various time periods, countries, and cultures; write analytical and argumentative essays and a major paper for an independent literary research project in collaboration with Social Studies.

GRADE 10 ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Length:                        1 year

Credit:                         1

Prerequisite:                10thGrade Standing

This course emphasizes consolidation of literacy, critical thinking, and communication skills. Students will analyze informational texts and literary works from various time periods, countries, and cultures; write research reports, summaries, and short analytical essays; complete an independent study project; and analyze the interactions among media forms, audiences, and media industry practices. An important focus will be on establishing appropriate style and using business and technical language effectively.

IB ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE A HL/SL

Grades:                       11/12

Length:                        2 years

Credit:                         2

Prerequisite:                English 10

The focus of this course is on the appreciation of literature written in both English and in translation. Works cover a variety of authors, genres, time periods and geo-cultural regions. At the higher level, students study a minimum of 13 titles in the two years. For the standard level, students will study a minimum of 10 titles.

Textbook(s): Language and Literature Course Companion, Oxford University Press

IB ENGLISH LANGUAGE B HL/SL

Grades:                       11/12

Length:                        2 years

Credit:                         2

Prerequisite:                English 10

The focus of this course is on language acquisition and the development of skills. It gives students the opportunity to reach a high degree of competence in English, and to explore other cultures using the language. The four primary language skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing will be developed using an integrated method to achieve competence in handling the language system, cultural interaction, and understanding texts.

Textbook(s): English B Course Companion, Oxford University Press

Students develop an understanding of the physical and biological world and solve real world problems in the ISE science program. Students design and conduct experiments, critically analyze data for patterns, and use data to draw conclusions. International Baccalaureate science classes are offered in grade eleven and twelve to prepare students for university.

BIOLOGY 10

Biology 10 is a one-year course of study suitable as either a college preparatory course for students pursuing Chemistry or Physics for grades 11/12 or as an introductory course for students planning to take IB Biology for grades 11/12.  Introductory topics include cell biology, molecular biology, genetics, ecology, evolution and biodiversity, and human physiology.  Pre-IB topics include all introductory topics and nucleic acids, metabolism, plant biology, and animal physiology.

IB BIOLOGY HL/SL

Grades:                        11/12

Length:                        2 years

Credit:                         2

IB Biology is a two-year course of study which emphasizes basic biochemistry, cell structure and function, genetic patterns of inheritance, plant form and function, evolution, ecology, animal physiology and the international nature of science. IB also requires a thorough laboratory program, with 40 hours at the standard level and 60 hours at the higher level.

Textbook:Biology: Course Companion. 2014 ed. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2014.

IB CHEMISTRY HL/SL

Grade:                         11/12

Length:                        2 years

Credit:                         2

This is a comprehensive course in chemistry. The IB syllabus is followed with focus on the following topics: quantitative chemistry, atomic structure, periodic properties, chemical bonding, energetic, kinetics, equilibrium, acids and bases, oxidation-reduction reactions, organic chemistry, human biochemistry, and environmental chemistry. IB also requires a thorough laboratory program, with 40 hours at the standard level and 60 hours at the higher level.

Textbook(s):Chemistry Course Companion, Oxford IB Diploma Programme    Oxford University Press

IB PHYSICS HL/SL

Grade:11/12

Length:                        2 years

Credit:                         2

Co-requisites:              Math at HL or SL level or equivalent (no Math Studies)

This is a two-year physics program covering all basic areas of physics. Students pursuing an ISE high school diploma may pursue the first year of the program at the standard level. Beyond content, there is a strong emphasis on building the skills essential to professional scientists. Topics covered include physical measurements, mechanics, thermal physics, waves and oscillations, electric currents, forces and fields, atomic and nuclear physics, and energy, power and climate change. In addition, all students select one additional topic for study. Students taking the course at the higher level have additional requirements.

Textbook(s): Physics Course Companion, Oxford IB Diploma Programme Oxford University Press

The social studies program provides students with diverse offerings. A wide variety of methodologies are implemented throughout the social studies curriculum. Group work, discussions, presentations, lectures, research, and writing are utilized to develop and refine higher level thinking skills such as analysis, evaluation, application, and creation. Students are encouraged to develop and express their own ideas in relation to others through regular writing activities. Students develop their 21stcentury skills by recognizing patterns and understanding how to approach and solve modern global issue.

MODERN WORLD HISTORY

Grade: 9
Length: 1 year
Credit: 1

This introductory level history course focuses on the twentieth century. Students will understand the interrelationships of events in Europe, Asia, North America, and the rest of the world through this turbulent century. Events to be studied in-depth will be World War One, Interwar years-1919-1939, The Rise and Fall of Communism, World War Two, and the Cold War.

Textbook(s):    A History of the Twentieth Century, Longman Publishers

Essential Modern World History, Hodder Murray

20thCentury History Series, Josh Brooman

One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich–A. Solzhenitsyn

WORLD ISSUES

Grade: 10
Length: 1 year
Credit: 1

World issues examine the roots of globalization and its impact on developed and developing countries. The course will study micro and macroeconomics and then apply this knowledge to understand and critically evaluate two non-fiction books linked to globalization. An introduction to global politics will include four core areas including power sovereignty and international relations;human rights; development; and peace and conflict studies.

Textbook(s):    Economics-Concepts and Choices, McDougal Littell

Confessions of an Economic Hitman, John Perkins

Introduction to Global Politics, Lamy, Masker, Baylis, Smith, and Owens

The World is Flat Thomas Friedman

IB INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN A GLOBAL SOCIETY (ITGS)

Grades:                       11/12

Length:                        2 years

Credit:                         2

Prerequisite:                One year computer applications course

A notebook computer is required

The ITGS course is the study and evaluation of the impact of information technology on individuals and society. It explores the advantages and disadvantages of the use of digitalized information at both local and global levels. ITGS provides a framework for the student to make informed judgments and decisions about the use of IT within social contexts.

Textbook(s): Using Information Technology, McGraw Hill Education

IB PSYCHOLOGY HL/SL

Grade:                         11/12

Length:                        2 years

Credit:                         2

Prerequisites:              Grade “C” or above in grade 10 World Issues

This two-year course will study three compulsory levels of analysis that includes biological, cognitive, and sociocultural and how these influences affect human behavior. An integrative approach to describing and evaluating human behavior is emphasized throughout the course. In addition, one and/or two options from a choice of five topics will be studied. Lastly a simple experimental study will be completed with the supporting knowledge and study of quantitative and qualitative research methods.

Textbook(s):    Psychology Course Companion, Oxford University Press

Forty Studies That Changed Psychology, Roger R. HockIntroduction to Research Methods, Hugh Coolican

Levels of Analysis in Psychology, Jamison

IB CORE

Grades:                       11/12

Length:                        1 semester

Credit:                         1/2  (per semester)

Prerequisite:                11thGrade Standing

This course was formerly titled “Theory of Knowledge.” This course is the central interdisciplinary core around which the various subject areas of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program revolve.  The TOK course is an interdisciplinary course intended to encourage critical reflection in school subjects and outside the classroom. The course includes programs to support the Creativity, Action, Service (CAS) program requirements and dedicates time to the Extended Essay in addition to the Theory of Knowledge topics.

Textbook(s): Theory of Knowledge for the IB Diploma, Pearson Education Limited

IB FOCUS

Grade:                         11/12

Length:                        1 semester

Credit:                         no credit

Prerequisite:                11thIB Diploma Candidate

This class may be taken in lieu of an elective subject for student committed to the IB Diploma.  The supervised study hall will allow time that will be dedicated to IB work, such as the areas of CAS and the Extended Essay.  Activities will be logged into your MangeBac account on a weekly basis and reviewed during the IB Core Class.

Course offerings in English as an Additional Language (EAL) are intended for students who do not speak English as a first or native language and who do not meet the minimum level of English language proficiency required for their gradelevel. The EAL classes are designed to enhance English skills and provide subject-specific support to prepare students for the challenges of an English based curriculum.

HIGH SCHOOL ACADEMIC ENGLISH DEVELOPMENT (AED)

Grades: 9/10
Length: 1 Year
Credit: 1

AED focuses on learning in a wide variety of genres. Students will be expected to participate in class discussions and to evaluate and review oral presentations of others. A range of writing projects will be completed that include various text types and literary analysis. The content and process will provide students with opportunities to demonstrate effective communication skills, creative thinking and self-directed learning. This course also provides the opportunity for the students to receive academic support for their content courses. They will learn subject-specific language skills and vocabulary, as well as study and research skills.

The goals of the AED program are:

  • to achieve grade level proficiency in English
  • to build self-confidence and enhance success in core classes
  • to prepare for the English level of high school courses and IB English

The modern language program offers students the opportunity to develop their language skills and awareness of culture while focusing on an additional language.

The four primary language skills of reading, writing, listening, and speaking are developed through oral and written language. All texts are authentic which emphasize the everyday life and culture of each language. Thai, Japanese and Korean classes are offered leading to IB Language A as part of the IB Diploma Program. Spanish and Japanese foreign language classes are offered and will lead to IB Language B or Ab. Initio for non-native speakers as part of the IB Diploma Program.

HIGH SCHOOL KOREAN FOR KOREANS

HIGH SCHOOL KOREAN FOR KOREANS G9/10

고등학교국어

대상: 9학년, 10학년

기간: 각1년

교재: <중학생국어5, 6(노미숙)>, 천재교육. <고등학교국어1, 2 (이삼형)>, 지학사

수업자료: 교재외문학/비문학텍스트, 인터넷기사, 동영상뉴스, 다큐멘터리, 교사자료등

고등학교국어과정은대한민국교육부에서정한중등교육과정을기준으로한국어를모국어로하는High School Grade 9과Grade 10 학생을대상으로합니다. 학습자들은언어의네가지영역인읽기, 쓰기, 말하기, 듣기교육을통하여보다높은수준의의사소통능력을개발할수있습니다. 동시에고등학교국어과정은IBDP 준비과정으로서국어의언어적또는사회적측면과문학적측면에더욱집중하는단계입니다.

문학과비문학텍스트를통해문학적지식, 문체적특징과효과, 작가와시대적배경, 문학감상의여러방법들을학습할수있고한국사회에서다루어질수있는여러가지사회적이슈와현상에대해이해하고자신의생각을논리적으로나타낼수있습니다.

수업의형식은교과서를중심으로한이론학습과여러가지주제에대한개인발표, 토론등과같은협력과제, 형식적에세이등의작문수업등으로이루어집니다. 또한한국의역사와문화에대해배울수있는다양한문화활동들도수업에서다루어집니다.

 

IB KOREAN A : Language and Literature HL/SL

IB 학위과정

대상: 11학년, 12학년

기간: 2년

교재및수업자료:  Language <언어와사회, 그리고문화> 박이정, <소셜미디어연구> 커뮤니케이션북스

Literature 각문학장르도서, 문학/비문학텍스트, 인터넷기사, 동영상뉴스, 다큐멘터리, 교사자료등

IB 학위과정한국어A : 언어와문학심화/일반과정은모국어를한국어로하는학생들을위한고급한국어과정입니다.

Part 1은언어가다양한사회, 그리고문화속에서  어떻게형성되고변화되는지에대해이해하고연구하는과정으로언어자체와언어와사회와의관계를통해문화와사회를이해하는것을목적으로합니다. Part 2는언어와여러언어전달방식, 즉매스미디어에대해학습하는과정입니다. 목적과독자에따라달라지는미디어의특성과기능에대해학습합니다. Part 3에서는문학과문학이쓰여지고읽혀지는맥락에대해학습합니다. Part 4에서는문학의비평적읽기를통해학습자가주체적으로텍스트를이해하고분석하는과정입니다.

수업의형식은교과서를중심으로한언어와문학이론학습을기본으로하며여러가지주제와토픽으로개인발표, 토론이나역할극의협력과제, 형식적에세이와칼럼작성등의작문수업, 논평등의구술수업으로이루어집니다.

JAPANESE I

Grades:                       9/10

Length:                        1 year

Credit:                         1

Prerequisite:                9thGrade Standing

This course designed to introduce basic Japanese language and Japanese culture. Students will learn to converse about topics of everyday situations in Japan.

Students will learn to write and read the Japanese script, Hiragana. They will also learn some Chinese script, Kanji, which are introduced in the textbook.

Textbook(s): Mirai 1,Coursebook, Pearson

JAPANESE II

Grades:                       9/10

Length:                        1 year

Credit:                         1

Prerequisite:                Japanese I

This course is designed to help students master more advanced language skills and learn to converse in basic Japanese. The course will consolidate previously learned structures and work to extend student’s discussion, listening and questioning skills.

By reviewing Hiraganafrom the previous course, students will master this type of Japanese characters. Students will also learn Katakana and some of the Chinese script, Kanji, which will be introduced in the textbook.

Textbook(s): Mirai 2 Coursebook,Pearson

JAPANESE III

Grades:                       9/11

Length:                        1 year

Credit:                         1

Prerequisite:                Japanese II

This course is designed to help students master more advanced Japanese language. The course will consolidate previously learned structures. Students will also learn Japanese culture along with learning language skills. Students will also learn the Chinese script, Kanji, to be ready for the higher skills in reading and writing.

Textbook(s): Mirai 3 & 4,Pearson

IB JAPANESE LANGUAGE B- AB INITIO

Grades:                       11/12

Length:                        2 years

Credit:                         2

Prerequisite:                11thGrade Standing

The Japanese language Ab initiocourse is designed for students who have little or no experience or just one-year of a Japanese course. This course focuses on communication through the use of the Japanese language. It aims to develop the four primary language skills; listening, speaking, reading, and writing, through oral and written language.

 

Textbook(s): Genki 1 and 2text and workbooks, Japanese Times

IB JAPANESE LANGUAGE B HL/SL

Grades:                       11/12

Length:                        2 years

Credit:                         2

Prerequisite:                Japanese III or approval of the instructor

The Japanese language B course is designed for students to further their linguistic skills in Japanese. This course focuses on communication through the use of the Japanese language. It aims to develop the four primary language skills; listening, speaking, reading, and writing, through oral and written language.

Textbook(s): Genki 1and 2, The Japan Times

PRE-IB JAPANESE 9

Grades:                        9

Length:                        1 year

Prerequisite:    Approval of the Instructor

光村図書出版の「国語3」を用いて、古文・漢文・和歌を除いた単元を学習します。使用する教科書は日本と変わりませんが、授業内容は漢字・語句、「文章を書く」に重点をおいたものになり、各単元の終わりには教科書内の文章に関しての論文や意見文を書くことになります。日本の定期テストにあたるものは年8回(1セメスターにつき4回)、漢字テストはほぼ毎週あります。

Textbook: 国語3(光村図書)

PRE-IB JAPANESE 10

Grades:                        10

Length:                        1 year

Prerequisite:    Approval of the Instructor

クラスの主な目的はIB日本語Aに向けてのウォーミングアップですが、中学レベルの漢字テストも行います。提出物は授業で扱う作品の登場人物まとめや要約、論文などがメインになり、この一年間で「文学作品を最初から最後まで通読すること」「文学的手法」「IBで求められる論文の書き方」について学びます。漢字テストは毎週初めの授業(月・火曜日)に行います。日本の定期テストに相当するものは年4回(1セメスターにつき2回)行います。

Textbook: キッチン(吉本ばなな)、羅生門・鼻・芋粥(芥川龍之介)、老人と海(ヘミングウェイ)、ハツカネズミと人間(スタインベック)、カラーパープル(アリス・ウォーカー

IB JAPANESE LANGUAGE A LITERATURE HL/SL

Grades:                       11-12

Length:                        2 years

Credit:                         2

Prerequisite:                Approval of the instructor

IB Japanese A Literatureのコースは、高いレベルの言語能力とコミュニケーションスキルに加え、社会的、美的、文化的リテラシーを高めることを通じて、生徒の将来の学問的な営みをサポートするようにデザインされています。このコースは、文学批評に関わる文学的な技法についての理解を深め、文学作品を独自に批評する力を育成することを重視しています。

IB Japanese A Literatureでは、日本語の文学的伝統に対して敬意をもつことを奨励し、生徒が母語とは異なる言語での学習指導の中、日本語での話し言葉(口述)と書き言葉(記述)の能力を継続的に伸ばしていく機会を提供することを規定したものです。また、このコースでは、文学の探究を通じて、自立的に考え、独自性に富んだ、批判的かつ明晰な思考の発達を促します。また、文学作品の理解と解釈では、想像力への敬意を育み、知覚的アプローチに取り組みます。

IB Japanese A Literatureでは、幅広い文学の学習を通じて、生徒が文学の芸術性を味わい、各自の見解について批判的に振り返りをする能力を身につけることを学習します。また、個々の文章や段落についての綿密な学習や、さまざまな批評のアプローチの検討を通じて、文学作品を文学的文脈と文化的文脈に位置づけて文学作品を学びます。また、このコースでは、日本語で書かれた文学作品だけではなく、翻訳作品についても学びます。これは文学作品を通じて異なる文化の視点を導入する上で特に重要です。文学の学習は、口述および記述でのコミュニケーションを通じて行うため、生徒は、言語運用能力を高め、洗練させることができます。

Textbook(s):

ハックルベリィ・フィンの冒険(マーク・トゥエイン)、伊豆の踊子(川端康成)、こころ(夏目漱石)、春琴抄(谷崎潤一郎)、ジェーン・エア(シャルロット・ブロンテ)、恍惚の人(有吉佐和子)、砂の女(安倍公房)、個人的な体験(大江健三郎)、智恵子抄(高村光太郎)、夕鶴・彦市ばなし(木下順二)、羅生門・鼻・芋粥(芥川龍之介)、キッチン(吉本ばなな)、オイディプス王(ソポクレス)

THAI LANGUAGE AND CULTURE FOR THAI STUDENTS

Thai Language and Culture G. 9- 10   ( Thai  for Thai )

หลักสูตรวิชาภาษาและวัฒนธรรมไทยในโรงเรียนนานาชาติระดับชั้นมัธยมศึกษาตอนปลายเริ่มตั้งแต่ชั้นมัธยม

ศึกษาปีที่ ๓ (เกรด ๙ – ๑๒) เป็นการจัดการเรียนการสอนตามหลักสูตรขั้นพื้นฐานที่คณะกรรมการส่งเสริมการศึกษาเอกชนกำหนดให้ใช้

สำหรับโรงเรียนนานาชาติในประเทศไทยโดยใช้การศึกษาวรรณคดีและวรรณกรรมเป็นหลักนำไปสู่การบูรณาการทักษะทางภาษาและบูรณาการสาระสังคมศาสนาและวัฒนธรรมไทยเพื่อให้บรรลุความสามารถในการใช้ภาษาไทยผ่านการพัฒนาทักษะทั้ง ๔ ด้าน คือ การพูด  การอ่าน  การเขียน และการฟัง นักเรียนมีความรู้ความเข้าใจและสามารถใช้ภาษาได้อย่างถูกต้องตามหลักไวยากรณ์เพื่อเตรียมความพร้อมในการเรียนหลักสูตร IB โปรแกรม Thai Language A ในระดับชั้นมัธยมศึกษาปีที่ ๕ และ ๖ นักเรียนจะได้ศึกษาวรรณคดีและวรรณกรรมทั้งร้อยแก้วและร้อยกรองสุภาษิต  คำสอน  ความเชื่อ  ค่านิยม

ประเพณี เหตุการณ์ทรางประวัติศาสตร์  ศึกษาวรรณกรรมแปล  ศึกษาหลักการวิจารณ์วรรณกรรมเบื้องต้น สรุปความรู้และข้อคิดจากการอ่าน  วิเคราะห์องค์ประกอบทางวรรณกรรม  วิเคราะห์วิถีไทยและคุณค่าจาก

วรรณกรรมที่อ่าน

อ่านออกเสียงบทร้อยแก้วร้อยกรองได้อย่างถูกต้องตามฉันทลักษณ์ ตีความ วิเคราะห์ ประเมินค่าแนวคิดจากเรื่องที่อ่านได้อย่างมีหลักการและเหตุผล  รู้ความหมายของคำราชาศัพท์ คำทับศัพท์และศัพท์บัญญัติที่พบในสื่อต่างๆ เข้าใจความหมายของคำสุภาษิต  คำพังเพย   และนำไปใช้ได้อย่างถูกต้องอ่าน  ฟัง  ดูข่าว  ใช้วิธีการสืบค้นข้อมูล สรุปและถ่ายทอดเนื้อหาเหตุการณ์  แสดงความคิดเห็น

วิเคราะห์  เขียนเรียงความ เล่าเรื่อง เขียนเชิงสร้างสรรค์ คำขวัญ  เรื่องสั้น รวมทั้งเขียนงานรูปแบบอื่นๆ

เขียนย่อความ  สรุปใจความสำคัญ  เขียนเรียงความ  เขียนบันทึก  เขียนรายงานจากการค้นค้าง  เขียนเชิงสร้างสรรค์ โฆษณา  คำขวัญ  คำประพันธ์ประเภทกาพย์และโคลง  วิเคราะห์วิจารณ์  แสดงความคิดเห็น  โน้นน้าวใจ  ด้วยลายมือที่อ่านง่าย  ตลอดจนใช้ภาษาได้เหมาสมกับผู้อ่าน

Thai Language and Culture   G. 11 -12   ( Non IB  )

โปรมแกรมนี้สำหรับนักเรียนชั้นมัธยมศึกษาปีที่ 5  และ  6 ( เกรด 11  และ เกรด  12 )  ที่ไม่ได้ลงทะเบียนเรียนในหลักสูตร IB  Thai  ( IB Thai Language A  )เนื้อหาในวิชานี้จะเน้น  อ่านวรรณกรรม  วรรณคดี  ทั้งร้อยแก้วร้อยกรอง  ตามหลักสูตรการศึกษาขั้นพื้นฐาน  เก็บใจความสำคัญ  ศึกษาองค์ประกอบ  รูปแบบ  และน้ำเสียงของวรรณกรรม  ภูมิหลังทางด้านประวัติศาสตร์และประวัติผู้ประพันธ์  แสดงความคิดเห็นเกี่ยวกับแนวคิดในเนื้อเรื่อง  วิเคราะห์วิจารณ์และประเมินคุณค่าด้านวรรณศิลป์  ประเมินคุณค่างานวรรณกรรม

อ่าน  ดู  ฟัง  เพื่อเก็บใจความสำคัญ  ใช้วิจารณญานในการประเมินความน่าเชื่อถือของเรื่องที่ได้อ่าน ดู  ฟัง  พูดอธิบาย  อภิปราย  แสดงความรู้  ความคิดและทรรศนะของตนเอง  ใช้คำสำนวนภาษาและโวหารได้เหมาะสมกับโอกาส  กาลเทศะ  และระดับบุคคล  เขียนวิเคราะห์วิจารณ์เบื้องต้นด้วยลายมือที่อ่านง่าย

IB Thai   Language A : Literature  ( SL / HL )

IB  Thai  มีอุดมคติที่มุ่งหวังให้ผู้เรียนได้เรียนรู้ศึกษาและเข้าใจความความเป็นคนไทย  โดยเรียนรู้จากการอ่านวรรณกรรมต่างๆของไทยและวรรณกรรมแปล  ทั้งที่เป็นร้อยแก้วและร้อยกรอง  เช่น  นวนิยายแปล  นวนิยายไทย บทกวีนิพนธ์  เรื่องสั้น  ของนักเรียนที่ได้รับรางวัลซีไรส์  ที่สะท้อนภาพความคิด  สังคมไทย  ที่มีความสัมพันธ์กับความเป็นคน  ทั้งความทุกข์  ความสุข  ความกลัว  ฯลฯ  ผู้เรียนจะต้องเข้าใจและสามารถตีความและวิจารณ์เรื่องนั้นๆ  ได้โดยตั้งอยู่บนเกณฑ์มาตรฐานการศึกษาอันเป็นที่ยอมรับ

ในการเรียนเมื่อผู้เรียนอ่านและศึกษาวรรณกรรมจบแล้วผู้เรียนต้องมีความเข้าใจในเนื้อเรื่อง เข้าใจว่านักเขียนต้องการสื่อสิ่งใด เรื่องใด  และผู้เขียนสื่อความหมายออกมาด้วยวิธ๊ใด ตลอดจน เห็นความงามของวรรณกรรมในด้านต่างๆเช่นความงามด้านวรรณศิลป์  และสามารถวิเคราะห์วิจารณ วรรณกรรมที่อ่านได้ตามหลักการวิจารณ์วรรณกรรมตลอดจนสามารถแสดงความคิดเห็นพูดวิเคราะห์วิจารณ์ ในเรื่องที่อ่านได้อย่างมีเหตุและผลและเป็นไปตามหลักเกณฑ์ของการพูดวิจารณ์ตามมาตรฐานที่กำหนดใน

หลักสูตร

SPANISH I

Grade:                         9

Length:                        1 year

Credit:                         1

Prerequisite:                Spanish beginner

This intermediate Spanish course will be taught using a wide range of media and styles. We will also be doing cultural activities involving paired conversations, acting out scenarios, and discovering the culture of the Latin world! To develop competency, students will be given many opportunities to interact in Spanish. This encourages fluency from the beginning that eventually leads to correct sentence structure, in both writing and orally. This Spanish course will also examine literature from Latin America and Spain. At the end of this class, students will be able to read, write, think, speak, and comprehend Spanish at a beginning/intermediate level, and have a general cultural awareness of the Spanish-speaking world.

Textbook(s): Dime Uno, McDougal Littell

SPANISH II

Grade:                         10

Length:                        1 year

Credit:                         1

Prerequisite:                Spanish I

Spanish II continues an active approach to grammar, vocabulary and provides the opportunity to practice thus enhancing confidence. A strong emphasis is given to strengthening reading skills by using authentic materials such as short stories, magazines, and comic books from The Americas and Europe. Students are expected to make contributions to the discussions in Spanish and are encouraged to be actively involved in the discussions of the reading material. This course will also increase students’ opportunity to develop their knowledge and understanding of Spanish-speaking cultures.

Textbook(s):  Dime Dos/Pasaporte Al Mundo, McDougal Littel

IB SPANISH AB INITIO SL

Grades:                       11/12

Length:                        2 years

Credit:                         2

Prerequisite:                Experience in Spanish is strongly recommended

The IB Spanish Ab initiocourse is a language-learning course for beginners or students with little Spanish experience. The main focus of the course is the acquisition of language required for purposes and situations usual in everyday interaction. Language Ab initiocourses are only available at standard level. Language Ab initiocourse develops a variety of linguistic skills, and a basic awareness of the Spanish culture through the study of a core syllabus and Spanish syllabuses.

Textbook(s): Dime Uno/Dos, McDougal Littell

IB SPANISH B HL/SL

Grades:                       11/12

Length:                        2 years

Credit:                         2

Prerequisite:                Spanish II

This course focuses on communication through the use of the Spanish language. It aims to develop the four primary language skills; listening, speaking, reading, and writing through oral and written language. During the course, students will interact and become familiar with the aspects of the everyday life and culture of the Spanish-speaking world. This course is designed around three main areas; language, texts, and cultural awareness. Within language, special attention is given to the four primary language skills; accuracy and fluency, and the areas of vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation, and intonation. A variety of texts, spoken and written, are adapted to suit the needs of students. Furthermore, cultural awareness is presented through the aspects of the everyday lives of the Spanish speaking people, such as their customs, eating habits, attitudes, traditions, fashion, and folklore.

Textbook(s): Ponte Al Dia,Hodder & Stoughton, IB Diploma Program: Spanish B

Course, Oxford Press, Spanish B for the IB Diploma, companion skills & practice

Each year the PE course will involve the student in a wide range of movement, knowledge, and skill-building experiences. The course will contribute to the learners growing value system and his/her development of responsible attitudes and behaviors essential to a healthy lifestyle. It will promote understanding and appreciation of differences among people in physical activity settings and develop the habit of choosing to regularly participate in physical activity as part of a health-enhancing personal fitness plan, as well as expanding options for wise use of leisure time.

Grades:                                   9-12

Length:                                    1 year

Credit:                                     1

Prerequisite:                            9thGrade Standing

The physical education curriculum will be developmentally appropriate; that is, suitable for the developmental range of the learner in a group, but implemented with careful attention to the needs, interests, and developmental level of individual learners within the group. Learners are unique, each developing skills and understanding at different rates and from different experiences. The course will help the individual learner develop the ability to make wise and appropriate choices about physical activity now and in the future.

Through a variety of class offerings, students are introduced to a wide range of media exploration while being encouraged to develop their own visual style. All classes have components of both Western and Eastern art history to foster an appreciation and understanding of world cultures.

HS ART 1

Grades: 9-12

Length: 1 year

Credit: 1

Prerequisite: 9th Grade standing

HS Art 1 provides the foundation for the high school art program. Students engage with studio problems that are designed to build creative, critical thinking and studio skills. Students will be exposed to a variety of media including drawing, painting, sculpture, crafts, and object art.

Students in HS Art 1 will:

  • Become fluent in using art vocabulary.
  • Solve meaningful and complex art problems.
  • Find an appropriate outlet for self-expression.
  • Improve visual perception and art appreciation skills.

HS ART 2

Grades: 10-12

Length: 1 year

Credit: 1

Prerequisite: 10th Grade standing

This course challenges students who are continuing in art to refine their skills in media and creative problem solving. Studio problems become increasingly complex and require students to draw upon knowledge of both traditional and contemporary art from diverse cultures. Works of art that reflect a personal aesthetic and exhibit breadth and quality become the basis for a cumulative portfolio.

Students in Art 2 will:

  • Learn advanced techniques in a variety of media.
  • Solve complex art problems that challenge them both technically and conceptually.
  • Become more fluent in talking and writing about art forms and aesthetic issues.
  • Develop a portfolio of work that demonstrates an assortment of methods and techniques, which examine personal ideas.

ADVANCED ART

Grades: 11-12

Length: 1 year

Credit: 1

Prerequisite: HS Art 2

This course challenges students to take risks, experiment with new art media, and explore new ideas through researching traditional and contemporary art from diverse cultures. Each student is expected to handle visual arts media in a self-directed manner with a sense of quality, breadth, and concentration on particular interests. Each student will produce a cumulative portfolio including resolved studio works suitable for exhibition.

Students in Advanced Art will:

  • Be able to think critically and creatively.
  • Work in diverse media.
  • Develop a series of thematically related works.
  • Analyze and interpret the work of contemporary artists.

IB VISUAL ART SL/HL

Grades: 11 and 12

Length: 1 year

Credits: 2

Prerequisite: HS Art 1/HS Art 2

The IB Diploma Program visual arts course encourages students to challenge their own creative and cultural expectations and boundaries. It is a thought-provoking course in which students develop analytical skills in problem-solving and divergent thinking, while working towards technical proficiency and confidence as art-makers. In addition to exploring and comparing visual arts from different perspectives and in different contexts, students are expected to engage in, experiment with and critically reflect upon a wide range of contemporary practices and media. The course is designed for students who want to go on to study visual arts in higher education as well as for those who are seeking lifelong enrichment through visual arts.

Students in IB Art will:

  • Create a highly personal body of resolved studio works, suitable for a final exhibition.
  • Produce a comprehensive portfolio documenting process and research.
  • Discuss, analyze and compare artworks from a variety of cultures.

HIGH SCHOOL DRAMATIC ARTS

The high school dramatic arts program provides opportunities for students to explore dramatic forms, conventions, and techniques. The course will be comprised of three components – history/innovation, technical theater and studio exploration. Students will explore a variety of dramatic traditions and use dramatic sources from various cultures and representing a range of genres. Students will learn about the role of players on stage and behind the curtain and how they work together to create a ‘real’ world on stage. Students will assume responsibility for decisions made in the creative and collaborative processes and will work to create dramatic pieces that will be showcased, all while reflecting on their experiences.

 HIGH SCHOOL DRAMATIC ARTS

Grades:                       9-12

Length:                        Yearlong

Credit:                         1

The high school music program includes both classroom instruction and performing ensembles. The concert band performs public concerts at least once per semester. International Baccalaureate music is also offered to eleventh and twelfth grade students.

CONCERT BAND

Grades:                       9-12

Length:                        Yearlong

Credit:                         1

Prerequisite:                At least one year of Middle School Band or have played a band instrument for at least one year.

Students will perform concert band music of various genres and styles. Regular lessons and skill checkups are available to help each student make consistent progress throughout the year. This class will use traditional Western band instrumentation and perform throughout the year. Students in concert band will also develop their understanding of the music they perform and will develop their musical vocabulary. Students will be included in small ensemble and composition projects throughout the year.

JAZZ ENSEMBLE

Grades:                       9- 12

Length:                        Lunch Time/Flex Time

Credit:                         0

Prerequisite:                Concert Band

Students with an interest in performing jazz music and related genres may elect to participate in a jazz ensemble. Competency on a traditional jazz band instrument (saxophone, trumpet, trombone, piano, guitar, bass, drums) is required. Assistance will be provided to students who are performing on secondary instruments. One of the objectives will be to develop improvisation skills.

IB MUSIC SL/ HL

Grades:                       11/12

Length:                        2 years

Credit:                         2

Prerequisite:                Approval of the instructor

Students in grades 11 and 12 may elect to take IB music. Class topics are designed to develop musical vocabulary and an understanding of music history as well as increase analytical skills. Other requirements include solo performances and an investigation of global musical cultures. Students should have a fundamental knowledge of music and strong performing skills.

The technology curriculum aims to prepare students for success in a technological society. The high school program is directed towards productivity tools and support for classroom work, in every discipline. Technology is a vital resource for supporting student learning and enhancing student productivity. In order to develop confident and creative users of technology ISE believes that students must have the opportunities to use technology to attain essential knowledge and skills in all discipline areas. Students must have classroom access to technology to enhance knowledge application and problem solving strategies. Students must have an understanding of technological tools and applications to ensure success in their future academic environment.

ISE has a variety of technology programs available to allow students to fully understand how best to communicate, analyze, problem solve, integrate and create technology using current information technology practices.

HIGH SCHOOL COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

Grades:                       9-11

Length:                        Yearlong

Credit:                         1

Prerequisite:                9th Grade Standing

Students will develop skills in creating interactive media projects, Websites, and publications for print and electronic distribution, communication and Google app productivity skills. Students will work with a variety of hardware and software applying skills to real-world projects. Training is provided in digital design and design, video/audio editing applications, interactive media theory and professional practice.

PUBLICATIONS

Grades:                       9-12

Length:                        Yearlong

Credit:                         1

Prerequisite:                Computer class in grade nine

Publications presents the fundamentals of yearbook production including the skills necessary such as design, lay-out, copy writing, photography, advertising, and marketing. It is a hands-on course teaching all facets of yearbook production. The students “learn-as-they-do” producing the yearbook and other school publications.

The purpose of the Standards-based report card is to provide more detailed feedback to parents about the progress their children are making toward specific learning standards. The report card allows parents and students to understand more clearly what is expected of students and how to help them be successful in a rigorous academic program.

In a standard-based learning environment, the emphasis is on continual progress. The report card measures how well an individual student is doing in relation to the grade level standards. This will allow parents to see exactly which skills and knowledge their child has mastered, as well recognizing the areas for growth.

The report consists of curricular standards as well as work habits and behaviors (ESLRs). There are also narrative comments from teachers. The report card is issued twice a year at the end of each semester. Letter grades will be included on high school reports each quarter.

Students who do not submit an assignment on time may be required, at the discretion of the teacher, to stay after school in academic enrichment and balance commitments to after school activities. The assignment must be submitted to the teacher either that evening or the very next morning. If required, students may be in study hall for more than one day.

Approach to assessment:

Secondary school teachers have the flexibility to approach summative assessment in a manner that best suits the subjects. Summative assessment will provide the opportunity for students to demonstrate what they have learned. Each subject teacher can determine when and how to do this in a way that provides optimal learning experiences and assessments for students. There could be a final exam, an end of the unit project, or whatever is suitable to the subject.

 Implementation:

End of semester exams are no longer a requirement at ISE. End of semester exams may be administered by individual teachers if they choose to do so.

For grade 12 students there will be a mock exam session for IB subjects that have paper exams. The teacher can determine the extent to which the mock exams are summative assessments and whether students who are not taking IB course exams should take a mock exam. These exams will be scheduled separately from the normal block schedule in order to meet the varied time requirements of the different subjects and papers.

In semester 2 of grade 11, IB final exams will be administered for relevant IB subjects to gauge student progress and provide experience with IB exams.

As part of the school mission, ISE strives to offer students different pathways to success.  Students entering grade eleven are supported in choosing one of the three pathways to graduation:

Pathway 1: ISE High School courses leading to an ISE Diploma

Students must accrue a minimum of 24 credits in accordance with ISE graduation requirements.  Additionally, students must also successfully complete a reflective project and service learning requirements.  Students completing the ISE diploma will also be encouraged to pursue career related independent studies or internship opportunities at school and in the wider community.

ISE also provides the opportunity for a student to earn a modified ISE Diploma as per his/her IEP (Individual Education Plan) goals.

Pathway 2: The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma in addition to an ISE Diploma

In grades eleven and twelve students study one subject from each of the following six groups and complete the diploma requirements set by the IB:

Group 1: English Language and Literature, Japanese Literature, Korean Language and Literature, Thai Language and Literature.

Group 2: Japanese, English (ab initio), Spanish

Group 3:  Psychology or Information Technology in a Global Society

Group 4: Biology, Chemistry, and Physics

Group 5: Mathematics SL, Mathematics HL, Mathematical Studies

Group 6: Visual Art, Music, or a second Group 4 subject

Online self-taught courses are also available to students on a case-by-case basis.

Students must also successfully complete:

Theory of Knowledge

Extended Essay

Creativity, Activity, Service

Pathway 3: The International Baccalaureate (IB) Courses in addition to an ISE Diploma

In addition to receiving an ISE Diploma, students can choose to complete IB coursework and examinations in any individual subjects.  Students who complete this option would have the benefit of receiving eternally moderated scores in rigorous IB subjects.

 Additional Requirements

  • A student must be in attendance at ISE for the full year of Grade 12 in order to be awarded an ISE diploma.
  • Transfer courses from a summer school conducted elsewhere will be considered for remedial or elective credit.
  • As students arrive at ISE with a wide variety of backgrounds from course work, the administration reserves the option to make exceptions to some of the requirements on a case-by-case basis.
  • One credit is given for the successful completion of a yearlong course.
  • One-half credit is given for the successful completion of a semester course.

Certificate of Attendance

A certificate of attendance may be granted to students who have completed four years of high school study but who do not meet specific graduation requirements.

High School Class Placement

Students who enter ISE during the second semester, but who have completed a grade level in their previous school, will be placed in the same grade level they completed.

Freshman(Grade 9):  those students who have earned fewer than seven credits

Sophomores(Grade 10): those students who have earned seven or more credits

Juniors(Grade 11): those students who have earned twelve or more credits

Seniors(Grade 12): those students who have earned more than sixteen credits and will have met all ISE graduation requirements within the academic year.

Changing Courses

The principal must approve all class changes. Course changes usually occur within the first two weeks of the school year or enrollment.  Students must complete the course change paperwork and submit to the principal.

Independent Study Policy

There may be need for a student to enroll in an independent study class for a course required for graduation or for interest. In such cases, the school will help the student enroll in an online or correspondence program. Whenever possible, course curriculum will be supported at ISE by a faculty member with expertise in the area of study.  If the independent study course is part of a student’s extended learning outside of the ISE curriculum, the parents will cover the costs.  If the course needs to be taken as a result of the student failing a semester or yearlong class at ISE, the costs will be borne by the parents.

Internships

ISE offers internships for students enrolled in grades 11 and 12 and who are not full IB students. These opportunities consists of working in local business such as hotels, restaurants and golf courses along with opportunities of working at school.

Secondary School Reporting Cycle

Student-led Conferences:     October 18, 2017        &         March 7, 2018

Report Cards:                       December 15, 2017     &         June 8, 2018

Progress reports may be sent home at any time to parents of students in need of additional support, and to parents of students performing commendably.

Please note the dates of the conferences and progress reports listed above. It is imperative that the parents and students discuss their learning progress and goals during structured conference time. Please put these dates on your agenda. If you require any additional information or want to set up a meeting with a specific teacher, please contact the school office.

ISE provides a comprehensive program for college preparation including an American curriculum with the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP) in grades 11 and 12. The majority our students are preparing for higher education after ISE graduation and we are dedicated to their success. Recent ISE graduates have been accepted to schools in: Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Russia, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore, Netherlands, and the United States.

What are universities looking for in applicants?

Academic Record Tests Skills
Grades/ GPA SAT / ACT Critical Thinking
Clubs-Activities / Leadership TOEFL / IELTS Problem Solving
Community Service IB Exams Communication
Internships Teamwork

 How is ISE helping your child prepare for college/university?

Academics:

  • Broad curriculum program
  • Courses suited to each child’s individual needs
  • Regular coursework with continuous assessment
  • Opportunities to participate in sport, cultural and leadership activities
  • Music, art and drama programs
  • Strong dedication to service learning
  • Challenging IB Diploma program emphasizing lifelong learning, higher level thinking, effective communication skills, and global responsibilities based on worldwide standards

Non-Academic:Broad attention to personal support

  • College advisement and guidance
  • Making college decisions: myths & truths / research resources / narrowing options
  • Learning to market yourself: Resume / extracurricular activities / essay / interview
  • Importance of Relationships: teachers, coaches, counselors / volunteer & work experience supervisors / letters of recommendation
  • Scheduled college fairs & recruitment visitors
  • Coordination and scheduling of PSAT, SAT, SAT Subject testing

 

Graduation Requirements

Senior high school graduation takes place in May.  Senior high school students must attend ISE for a minimum of one full school year, as well as meet all the requirements to graduate. It is expected that students take 8 credits per year in grades 9 and 10 and six credits per year in grades 11 and 12.  Below is a list of credits that are required and recommended for students to graduate with an ISE Diploma.  For students transferring to ISE in high school, ISE will determine the number of credits that can be transferred for an ISE diploma.

Subject Required   24 credits Recommended  28 credits
English 4 4
Mathematics 3 4
Science 3 (2 in lab science) 4 ( 2 in lab science)
Social Studies 3 4
Physical Education 2 2
Modern Language 2 2
Fine Arts 2 2
Technology 1 1
Electives 4 5

University Acceptance

Assumption University Mahidol University Taipei Medical University
Austrilian National University Marymount State University Texas Tech University
Bangkok University Michigan State University Thammasat University
Berklee University Mt. San College Tokyo University
Boston University Notional Yokohama University UBC Brighton
Brigham University NHTV University of Applied Sciences University of Auckland
Busan University Northeastern University University of British Columbia
California State University Okayama University University of Charleston
Chonnam National University Old Dominion University University of Houston
Chulalongkorn University Penn State University of Illinois
Drexel University Purdue University University of Melbourne
Emory University Rangsit University University of New York
Endicott University Rhine-Waal University of Applied Science University of Sydney
Hong Kong University Ritsumeikan University University of Toronto
Houston University Rochester Institution of Technology RIT University of Warsaw
Indiana University Ryerson University University of Washington
Kwangwoon University San Carlos University University of Slotshaven
Keio University Sejong University University of Manchester
Khon Kaen University Sungkyunkwan University University of Wollongong
Korea University Seoul University Virginia Tech
Korean Aerospace University Sookmyung University Waseda University
Kookmin University Sophia University Webster University
Kyonggi University Southern Virginia University Xian Jiaotong University
Kyung Hee University Southern New Hampshire University Yokohama National University
Lake Superior State University St. Louis University Yonsei University
Lancaster University State University of New York Zhejian University