Course syllabus

 

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KOREAN 301 Advanced Korean 2

SEMESTER 2, 2019


Course Information

  • Course Director: Dr Inshil Yoon   
  • Teacher: Dr Insuk Lee
  • Office: Room 207-440 (Arts2) 18 Symonds St Tel: 373-7599 Ext 71701
  • Office Hours: by appointment Email: i.lee@auckland.ac.nz
Course delivery format

3-hours of lecture

Class times

Monday            12:00-1:00pm        206-210 (Arts 1, Room 210)

Wednesday     12:00-1:00pm        114-G13 (Commerce A, Room G13)

Thursday         12:00-1:00pm         421W-501 (Architecture and Planning Building, Room 501)

 

Summary of Course Description              

This course is a continuation of KOREAN 300 and aims to help students expand communicative skills in modern Korean on an advanced intermediate level. You can achieve this through enhancing your learning strategy and active participation in diverse activities which incorporate further language structures, expressions, extensive vocabulary and knowledge of contemporary idioms together with distinctive aspects of Korean culture.

Objectives

With your successful completion of the course, you should be able to strategically engage in

  • Listening to and reading authentic materials in Korean
  • Discussions on sociocultural topics
  • Expressing your thoughts and feelings in verbal and written forms at a much closer to native speaker level

Prescribed Texts:

Chang, S., Jeong, H. J., Sohn, H-m., & Yoon S. S. (In press) Integrated Korean, ‘High Intermediate 1’: KLEAR Textbooks in Korean Language (2nd Ed.). Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.  ISBN: 978-0-8248-7792-7

 

Assessment: Coursework 100%

Type

Weighting

Aural/Written 1  

  18 %

Aural/Written 2

  18 %

Conversation Test  

  10 %

Group Discussion

    6 %

Presentation             

  10 %

Semester Test          (Written)

  20 %

Quizzes

    9 % (3x3 %)

Class Participation

  9 % 

 

Deadlines and submission of coursework:

Deadlines for coursework are non-negotiable. In extreme circumstances, such as illness, you may seek an extension but you will be required to provide a doctor's certificate before the assignment is due. All late assignments without a pre-approved extension will be penalised one mark per day late.

 

Well-being always comes first

We all go through tough times during the semester, or see our friends struggling. There is lots of help out there - for more information, look at this Canvas page, which has links to various support services in the University and the wider community.

 

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