Korean 3 (PG)
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Objectives and learning outcomes of the module
At the end of the module, a student should be able to demonstrate . . .
- knowledge and understanding of intermediate Korean grammar
- knowledge and understanding of a wide range of Korean vocabulary
- knowledge and understanding of the appropriateness of a wide range of Korean structures and expressions in a given context
- the ability to understand passages in written Korean of medium length on everyday and some specialised topics
- the ability to produce passages in written Korean of medium length on everyday and some specialised topics
- the ability to understand spoken Korean and to engage in spoken discourse of medium complexity on everyday and some specialised topics
- the ability to learn Korean autonomously through independent language-based activities (specific learning outcome for PG students)
Total taught hours: 60 hours. 2 hours of lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week for 20 weeks.
Independent study: 240 hours
Total hours for module: 300 hours
Scope and syllabus
The module provides teaching and learning of intermediate level Korean language with emphasis on practical written and spoken Korean. It covers complex points of word and sentence structure as well as textual relations in Korean writing and discourse. Communicative practice and structural knowledge is established through reading and discussing a variety of Korean texts dealing with different topics and of different length and complexity.
The module provides students with intermediate knowledge of Korean and practice of using Korean in a variety of everyday and more specialised situations, including the understanding and expression of opinions and different points of view. It allows students to interact with Korean speakers in Korea and to use original Korean language sources within the level covered in the module. This provides students with a basis to approach research topics relating to Korean language and the history, society and culture associated with Korea.
Method of assessment
A three-hour written examination taken in May/June (70%); continuous assessment (20%); oral examination (10%).
The module will be based on:
- Ross King and Jaehoon Yeon. Continuing Korean. Boston, Mass: Tuttle Pub; 2002.
- Korean Language & Culture Education Center at the Korea University. Fun fun Korean 3. Seoul: Kyobo, 2010.
Also additional materials which will be made available throughout the course.
Additional Korean References:
- Pathfinder in Korean III: Lower Intermediate workbook . The Institute of Language Education. Ewha Womans University Press
- Integrated Korean: Intermediate Level 1 . Yong-mee Cho. University of Hawai’i Press
- Integrated Korean:Intermediate Level 2 . Yong-mee Cho. University of Hawai’i Press
- Integrated Korean: Advanced Intermediate Level 1 . Ho-min Sohn. University of Hawai’i Press
- Korean listening skills. Jaehee Cho. Taragwon
- The Sounds of Korean: A Pronunciation Guide. Miho Choo. University of Hawai’i Press
- Korean Grammar for International Learners. Ho Bin Ihm. Yonsei University Press
- The Korean Language. Iksop Lee, State University of New York Press
- The Korean language : structure, use and context . Jae Jung Song. Routledge
- Korean language in culture and society . University of Hawaii Press
- Frontiers of Korean language acquisition . Jae Jung Song. Saffron
- Korean : an essential grammar . Kim-Renaud. Routledge
- Intermediate Korean: a grammar and workbook. Andrew Sangpil Byon. Routledge