Elementary Korean
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8010 Korean
 
  Description

First-Year/Elementary Korean

 
 

.. Objectives | Class Hours | Syllabus | Evaluation

:: Objectives
This course is designed to develop the four language skills--speaking, listening, reading and writing-- in Korean. It covers the basic grammatical structures and vocabulary necessary for basic conversation, reading comprehension, and writing to have the students build a solid foundation for further study in the Korean language. The course also provides useful information concerning culture (where culture touches on language and communication) and everyday life in Korea. Speaking: Ability to maintain simple face-to-face conversations by asking and answering simple questions entirely in Korean. Listening: Ability to comprehend the learned materials. Writing: Ability to write simple sentences and expressions. Reading: Ability to comprehend simple texts.


:: Class Hours (1101 & 1102) - Fall and Spring
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
1:10-2:15
Sec. 2
Sec. 2
Sec. 2
Sec. 2
4:10-5:15
Sec. 1(N)
Sec. 1(N)
Sec. 1 (N)
Sec. 1(N)
:: Class Hours (W1001: Elementary Korean A, 2.5 Credits Course) - Spring
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
2:40-3:45
Elementary Korean A
(Sec.1)
Elementary Korean A
(Sec.2)

Elemetary Korean A
(Sec.1)

Elementary Korean A (Sec.2)
:: Class Hours (W1002: Elementary Korean B, 2.5 Credits Course) - Fall
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
2:40-3:45
Elementary
Korean B
(Sec.1)
Elementary Korean B
(Sec.2)
Elementary
Korean B
(Sec.1)
Elementary Korean B
(Sec.2)

:: Syllabus
Sec. 1(N)
Sec. 2
:: Evaluation
1. It is based on attendance (including Lab attendance), homework, class participation & performance, preparation for the lesson, all quizzes, exams, conversation performance, and writing assignments. Tests are based upon accumulation of all materials covered two days prior to exam date.

2. Types of test given: Prochievement test, test on vocabulary usage, listening comprehension test, quizzes, exams, mid-term and final exam and conversation final.

3. Level of skill at which each student began the course and amount of progress each student makes are taken into consideration.


Grading:

Attendance and Performance 10 %
Homework 10 %
Mid-term & Final 30 %
Bi-Weekly Quizzes & Exams 25 %
Web Listening Assignments 5 %
Speaking & Writing 10 %
Voc. Quiz & Dictation 10 %


 
 
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