For our children who will live in the AI era
What do you need most?
Artificial intelligence, big data, metaverse... As an elementary school teacher who has watched the growth process of many children over the past 15 years, when there have been many changes in the economy and society as a whole Surprisingly, the correct answer is “humanities.”I think so.
As for education, “creativity” and “humanities” education are becoming more popular these days, right? This is because children's unique thinking ability and ability to think, which is different from AI, will become increasingly important in the future.
But do you know that?
Creativity, “Creative,” is said to come from the Latin word “Crescere,” which means that babies, animals, grains, etc. grow.
As you can see from the etymology of words “Creativity” is not about creating something out of nothing, but about developing it more and more using the knowledge I know. To cultivate the creativity of children who will live in future generations HumanitiesThat's why it's needed.
I can see as much as I know!
Sowing the seeds of thought
Secrets of <Humanities Reading Club>
The degree of digestion of the same book depends on the background knowledge that children have, right?
What do the knowledge I know say?
It's not the subject knowledge I memorized in fragments, It would be important to know living knowledge that is organically linked to hidden meanings..
It's fine to read any book a child likes, but that's why we need curation to select the right books according to their needs.
So from now on, we will go to Sweet Sam's < Humanities Reading Club> I will expand my humanities knowledge through fun storytelling by focusing on topics related to the subjects learned at school, such as science, society, Korean history, world history, art, and mathematics!
Elementary <Humanities Reading Club>
It's a sweet guy.
▶ Creator introduction
Through an interesting story that encompasses the times with Sweet Sam
Let's build up rich background knowledge and read books properly!
Listen to interesting stories related to the topic
I'll also introduce a variety of related books to read after class.
A class that broadens background knowledge in various fields, builds humanities literacy, and builds a solid foundation.
Waiting in line online or offline, Let's start off together with the erudite class!
▶ Student reviews
Explore 5 fields of humanities through “stories”!
language - history - science - mathematics - art,
One chapter goes like this
# Chapter 01 Language: Understanding 'Language' through Myths and Historical Stories
➊ Searching for traces of Greco-Roman mythology
- Why read myths?
- Where did the name of Europe come from?
- Where did the terms siren, achilles tendon, echo, maniac, psycho, mentor come from?
- What is the meaning and origin of Pandora's Box, Hand of Midus, Pygmalion Effect, Narcissism, and Trojan Horse?
➋ The etymology and historical story of Korean words
- The Imjin War and Kang Kang Sulae/ The story of “Hat-chan Hatahata”
- Tangpyeong book and tangpyeong-chae
- Finding words influenced by the circle interferer and Mongolia
- Eulsa Eulsa Eulsa Eulsa Eulsa Eulsa Eulsa
- The name of the town: The story of the martial arts ambassador and Wangsimri, the story of Choi Chiwon and Haeundae, the perfect story, the story of Wang Kun and Palgongsan, etc.
➌ Do words control the mind?
- Our Great Letter, Hangul
- Learn the story of defending the Korean language in the colonial era through Malmoy vs. Alphonse Dode's Last Legacy book
# Chapter 02 Social History: Building social background knowledge through common points between Korea and other countries
➊ Ancient people's perception of the afterlife
- Goguryeo Tumulus mural
- Egyptian pyramids
➋ UNESCO World Heritage
- What is a UNESCO World Heritage Site?
- UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Silla Bulguksa Temple, Goryeo Haeinsa Daejanggyeong Exhibition (80,000 Daejanggyeong), Joseon Suwon Hwaseong
- UNESCO Heritage Records: Annals of the Joseon Dynasty, Ark of Righteousness, Jikji Heart Festival
- UNESCO intangible heritage: Pansori, Cheo Yong-mu
➌ Are we all equal?
- Silla Gold Festival seen through Choi Chiwon
- The Joseon Yangban Islands seen through the Herkyun Hong Gil Coin
- Discrimination against women seen through Kim Man-duk
- Black discrimination as seen through Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King
# Chapter 03 Science: Let's explore our future linked to scientific knowledge
➊ Are mistakes and failures the mother of success?
- Alchemy and chemistry
- Pasteur and the vaccine
- Edison and Filament
➋ Invented by looking at plants and animals?
- Biomimetic technology
- Animal imitation: abalone shells and tanks, fly eyes and camera lenses, lizards and glue,
- Plant imitation: lotus flowers and waterproofing, dandelions and parachutes, maple seeds and propellers, roses and barbed wire
- Robots: snake robots, four-legged walking robots, sticky bots, mall bots, etc.
➌ The future of plastics
- Global warming and environmental issues
- Features and advantages of plastics
# Chapter 04 Art: Build a background in architecture with famous domestic and international painters
➊ Light and color painting, impressionism
- Impressionist Painters: An Introduction to Monet, Seurat, Renoir, and More
- Ukiyoe and Van Gogh
- Neo-Impressionism: Sora
➋ Domes and arches
- Advantages of arched
- Searching for arches in Korea: Seokguram, etc.
- Find arches in other countries: Colosseum, Roman Pantheon, Duomo Cathedral, Aqueduct
# Chapter 05 Math: Finding the principles of mathematics in our lives
➊ Golden ratio
- Relationship between the Golden Rain and the Fibonacci sequence
- Find the Golden Rain: Parrot Shell, Parthenon, UN Headquarters, “Venus of Milo” Award, “David” Award, Leonardo da Vinci
- How is the Golden Rain being used?
➋ Points, lines, faces, and patterns
- Honeycomb structure
- Fractal: Self-resembling patterns such as lung, shishito, bracken leaf, etc.
- Shapes in nature: animal stripes, honeycombs, eye shapes
- Jackson Pollock
Introducing related books that capture the contents of the curriculum,
There is even a class-only workshop where you can work together!
Trust Sweet Sam and follow along!
*The work paper is provided as a PDF with lesson notes for each chapter.
Welcome to the Humanities Reading Club!
1. Hello, this is Sweet Sam
2. Introducing the class
<language> through mythology and history
1. Find traces of Greco-Roman mythology
2. Learn the etymology and history of Korean words
3. Do words control the mind?
What Korea and other countries have in common <social history>
1. Ancient people's perception of the afterlife
2. UNESCO World Heritage Sites and Our Culture
3. Are we all equal?
<science> Our future linked to knowledge
1. Are mistakes and failures the mother of success?
2. Invented by seeing animals and plants?
3. The future of plastics, environmental issues
Seeing the world through famous painters and architecture <art>
1. Paintings of light and color, Impressionism
2. Exploring architecture with domes and arches
Finding the principles of <mathematics> in our lives
1. Golden Ratio and Fibonacci Sequence
2. Fractals and patterns
Congratulations on your stubbornness!
1. Please fill in the gaps in knowledge that form the foundation of creativity with active reading!
I'm Dang Sam, a former elementary school teacher who runs a humanities reading club and a Korean history class.
Background knowledge class with a storyteller. In this day and age, when knowledge in various fields is required, let's build up erudite knowledge.
It's a topic linked to the curriculum for each grade, so it's probably a class with 1 seat and 2 groups, which is useful for school classes, right?
A class that broadens background knowledge in various fields, builds humanities literacy, and builds a solid foundation. Class 101 will share the extract of the class that you are waiting in line for online and offline!