Korean W1101-W1102 or the equivalent. (A minimum grade of B- at the
end of the 1101-1102 academic year is required.)
1. To enable the student to be able to communicate
with native speakers of the Korean language.
2. To provide a balanced program in reading, speaking, listening
and writing as an integral whole. Teaching emphasis is on the further
development of four abilities in the support of the students' primary
objectives at the intermediate level.
Reading: Ability to read with immediate comprehension prose, and
material of considerable difficulty, such as magazine articles,
short stories, and newspaper articles.
Speaking: Ability to speak with a command of vocabulary and to express
one's thoughts in sustained conversation. Writing: Ability to write
a simple free composition (writing passages) with clarity and correctness
in vocabulary and syntax. Listening: Ability to comprehend difficult
3. To be aware of the background, goals, interests and needs of
the students and to work on the individual student's improvement.
4. To impart the student an understanding of Korean culture and
heritage both for its own sake and in support of the aforementioned
5. Classroom activities are focused on providing students with the
tools for communicative competence and conversational management
to allow them to function and grow in their linguistic abilities
beyond the termination of the structured program.
1. It is based on attendance (including
Lab attendance), homework, class participation & performance,
all quizzes, exams, writing assignments.
2. Level of skill at which each student began the course and amount
of progress each student makes are taken into consideration.
3. Being chronically late (more than 5 minutes) or unprepared will
negatively influence your final grade.
|Attendance and Performance
|Vocabulary and Pattern Quiz
|Chinese Characters Quiz
|Composition and Homework
|Oral Presentation and Web Listening
|Midterm & Final