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Dr. Martha Selby, Chair 120 INNER CAMPUS DR STOP G9300 WCH 4.134 78712-1251 • 512-471-5811

Kyung Park

Senior Lecturer MA, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea

Kyung Park

Contact

  • Phone: 512-475-6045
  • Office: WCH 5.130
  • Office Hours: FALL 2014: T Th 12:15-1:45 and by appointment
  • Campus Mail Code: G9300

Biography

Courses taught:
First Year Korean I and II; Second-Year Korean I and II; Third-Year Korean I and II; Accelerated First-Year and Second-Year Korean;

 

Interests

Korean Language

KOR 507 • First-Year Korean II

31730 • Spring 2015
Meets TTH 330pm-500pm MEZ 2.124
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Not open to native speakers of Korean.  Continuation of Korean 506.  Korean 604 and 507 may not both be counted.  Prerequisite: Korean 506 with a grade of at least C.

KOR 412L • Second-Year Korean II

31740 • Spring 2015
Meets TTH 200pm-330pm MEZ 2.124
show description

Not open to native speakers of Korean.  Korean 612 and 412L may not both be counted.  Prerequisite: Korean 412K with a grade of at least C.

KOR 320L • Third-Year Korean II

31745 • Spring 2015
Meets MWF 1200pm-100pm MEZ 1.204
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Prerequisite: Korean 320K with a grade of at least C.

KOR 506 • First-Year Korean I

32610 • Fall 2014
Meets TTH 330pm-500pm MEZ 1.120
show description

This course is designed for beginners of Korean language. The goal of this course is to acquire the basics and achive novice mid level proficiency in the four skills of spaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean by the end of the semester.

Textbook: Integrated Korean: Beginning 1 (ISBN: 978-0824834401 or 0824834402)
2nd Edition by Cho, Lee, Schultz, Sohn & Sohn, Unyiversity of Hawaii Press
(Textbook Website: http://www.kleartextbook.com)

Grading Policy
Quizzes 18%
Dictation Tests 18%
Midterm Exams 20%
Final Exams 25%
Homework Assignments 10%
Attendance/Participation 9%

KOR 412K • Second-Year Korean I

32615 • Fall 2014
Meets TTH 200pm-330pm MEZ 1.120
show description

This course is designed for students who finished KOR507 or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to enhance the knowledge and skills acquired in KOR507 and achieve intermediate low level proficiency in the four skills of speaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean by the end of the semester.

TEXTBOOK: Integrated Korean: Intermediate 1(ISBN: 978-0-8248-3650-4)
2nd Edition by Cho, Lee, Schultz, Sohn & Sohn, University of Hawaii Press
(Textbook Website: http://www.kleartextbook.com)

GRADING POLICY
Quizzes/ Tests 30 %
Exams 45 %
Homework 15 %
Attendance/Class Participation 10 %

KOR 320K • Third-Year Korean I

32620 • Fall 2014
Meets MWF 1200pm-100pm MEZ 1.120
show description

This course is designed for the students who finished KOR 412L /612 or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to achieve the intermediate high level proficiency in listening, speaking, writing and reading of modern Korean. This course also focuses on the enhancement of understanding a variety of Korean culture in the Korean language context.

TEXTBOOK: No Textbook Required

GRADING POLICY
Quizzes 20 %
Exams 40 %
Homework 20 %
Attendance/Class Participation 20 %

KOR F506 • First-Year Korean I

82120 • Summer 2014
Meets MTWTHF 1000am-1230pm BRB 1.120
show description

This course is targeted for beginners of Korean language. The goal of this course is to acquire the basics and achieve novice mid level of proficiency in four skills of speaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean by the end of the course.

Textbook: Integrated Korean: Beginning 1

2nd Edition by Cho, Lee, Schultz, Sohn & Sohn, University of Hawaii Press

 

Grading Policy

Quizzes/Tests 30 %

Exams 45 %

Homework 15 %

Attendance/Class Participation 10 %

KOR S507 • First-Year Korean II

82125 • Summer 2014
Meets MTWTHF 1000am-1230pm CLA 0.106
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This course is targeted for those who finished KOR506 or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to expand the basics acquired in KOR 506 and achieve novice high level of proficiency in four basic skills: speaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean by the end of the semester.

Textbook: Integrated Korean: Beginning 2 (ISBN: 978-0824835156 or 0824835158)
2nd Edition by Cho, Lee, Schultz, Sohn & Sohn, University of Hawaii Press
Textbook Website: kleartextbook.com

Grading Policy
Quizzes/Tests 30 %
Exams 45 %
Homework 15 %
Attendance/Class Participation 10 %

KOR 507 • First-Year Korean II

32925 • Spring 2014
Meets TTH 330pm-500pm MEZ 2.124
show description

This course is targeted for those who finished KOR506 or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to expand the basics acquired in KOR 506 and achieve novice high level of proficiency in four basic skills: speaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean by the end of the semester.

Textbook: Integrated Korean: Beginning 2 (ISBN: 978-0824835156 or 0824835158)
2nd Edition by Cho, Lee, Schultz, Sohn & Sohn, University of Hawaii Press
(Textbook Website: http://kleartextbook.com/)

Grading Policy
Quizzes/Tests 30 %
Exams 45 %
Homework Assignment 15 %
Attendance/Participation 10 %

KOR 412L • Second-Year Korean II

32935 • Spring 2014
Meets TTH 200pm-330pm MEZ 2.124
show description

This course is designed for students who finished KOR412K or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to enhance the knowledge and skills acquired in KOR412K and achieve intermediate mid/high level of proficiency in four skills of speaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean by the end of the semester.

Textbook: Integrated Korean: Intermediate 2 (ISBN: 978-0824838133 or 9780824838133)
2nd Edition by Cho, Lee, Schultz, Sohn & Sohn, University of Hawaii Press
(Textbook Website: http://kleartextbook.com/)

Grading Policy
Quizzes/Tests 25 %
Exams 45 %
Presentation 10 %
Homework Assignment 10 %
Attendance/Participation 10 %

KOR 320L • Third-Year Korean II

32940 • Spring 2014
Meets MWF 1200pm-100pm PAR 302
show description

This course is targeted for those who finished KOR 320K or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to achieve the advanced mid level of proficiency in speaking, listening, reading and writing modern Korean. This course also focuses on the enhancement of understanding a variety of Korean culture in the Korean language context.

Textbook: Integrated Korean: Advanced Intermediate 2
1st Edition by Sohn & Lee, UHP (ISBN: 978-0824825263 or 0824825268)
(Textbook Website: http://www.hawaii.edu/uhpress/realaudio/klear/advint2/)

Grading Policy
Quizzes 20 %
Exams 40 %
Presentation 10 %
Homework Assignment 15%
Attendance/Participation 15 %

 

KOR 506 • First-Year Korean I

32610 • Fall 2013
Meets TTH 330pm-500pm GEA 114
show description
This course is targeted toward beginners of Korean language. The goal of this course is to acquire the basics and achive novice mid level proficiency in the four skills of spaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean by the end of the semester.
 
Textbook: Integrated Korean: Beginning 1 (ISBN: 978-0824834401 or 0824834402)
2nd Edition by Cho, Lee, Schultz, Sohn & Sohn, Unyiversity of Hawaii Press
(Textbook Website: http://www.kleartextbook.com)
 
Grading Policy
Quizzes  18%
Dictation Tests 18%
Midterm Exams 20%
Final Exams 25%
Homework Assignments 10%
Attendance/Participation 9%
 

 

KOR 412K • Second-Year Korean I

32615 • Fall 2013
Meets TTH 200pm-330pm PAR 206
show description

This course is designed toward students who finished KOR507 or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to enhance the knowledge and skills acquired in KOR507 and achieve intermediate low level proficiency in the four skills of speaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean by the end of the semester.

TEXTBOOK: Integrated Korean: Intermediate 1(ISBN: 978-0-8248-3650-4)

                 2nd Edition by Cho, Lee, Schultz, Sohn & Sohn, University of Hawaii Press

                 (Textbook Website: http://www.kleartextbook.com)

 GRADING POLICY

Quizzes              15 %

Dictation Exams   15 %

Mid-term Exams   20 %

Final Exams         25 %

Homework           15 %

Attendance/Class Participation      10 %

KOR 320K • Third-Year Korean I

32620 • Fall 2013
Meets MWF 1200pm-100pm SAC 5.102
show description

This course is targeted toward the students who finished KOR 412L /612 or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to achieve the intermediate high level proficiency in listening, speaking, writing and reading of modern Korean. This course also focuses on the enhancement of understanding a variety of Korean culture in the Korean language context.

TEXTBOOK

Integrated Korean: Advanced Intermediate 1, UHP (ISBN: 0824825683)

(Textbook Website: http://www.hawaii.edu/uhpress/realaudio/klear/advint1/)

GRADING POLICY

1. Quizzes                                        18 %

2. Exams                                          52 %

3. Homework                                     18 %

4. Attendance/Class Participation         12 %

KOR F506 • First-Year Korean I

82425 • Summer 2013
Meets MTWTHF 1000am-1230pm RLM 6.116
show description

This course is targeted for beginners of Korean language. The goal of this course is to acquire the basics and achieve novice mid level of proficiency in four skills of speaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean by the end of the semester.

TEXTBOOK: Integrated Korean: Beginning 1(ISBN: 978-0824834401 or 0824834402)

                2nd Edition by Cho, Lee, Schultz, Sohn & Sohn, University of Hawaii Press

                (Textbook Website: http://www.kleartextbook.com)

Grading Policy

Quizzes               15 %

Dictation Exams    15 %

Mid-term Exams    20 %

Final Exams          25 %

Homework            10 %

Attendance/Class Participation      15 %

 

KOR 507 • First-Year Korean II

32490 • Spring 2013
Meets TTH 1230pm-200pm SAC 5.102
show description

This course is targeted for those who finished KOR506 or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to expand the basics acquired in KOR 506 and achieve novice high level of proficiency in four basic skills: speaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean by the end of the semester.

KOR 412L • Second-Year Korean II

32500 • Spring 2013
Meets TTH 200pm-330pm SAC 5.102
show description

This course is designed for students who finished KOR412K or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to enhance the knowledge and skills acquired in KOR412K and achieve intermediate mid/high level of proficiency in four skills of speaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean by the end of the semester.

KOR 320L • Third-Year Korean II

32505 • Spring 2013
Meets MWF 1000am-1100am MEZ 2.124
show description

This course is targeted for those who finished KOR 320K or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to achieve the advanced mid level of proficiency in speaking, listening, reading and writing modern Korean. This course also focuses on the enhancement of understanding a variety of Korean culture in the Korean language context.

KOR 506 • First-Year Korean I

32415 • Fall 2012
Meets TTH 1230pm-200pm PAR 101
show description

This course is targeted for beginners of Korean language. The goal of this course is to acquire the basics and achieve novice mid level of proficiency in four skills of speaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean by the end of the semester.

TEXTBOOK: Integrated Korean: Beginning 1 (ISBN: 978-0824834401 or 0824834402)

                2nd Edition by Cho, Lee, Schultz, Sohn & Sohn, University of Hawaii Press

                (Textbook Website: http://www.kleartextbook.com)

Grading Policy

Quizzes               18 %

Dictation Exams    18 %

Mid-term Exams    20 %

Final Exams          25 %

Homework            10 %

Attendance/Class Participation      9 %

KOR 412K • Second-Year Korean I

32420 • Fall 2012
Meets TTH 200pm-330pm JES A307A
show description

This course is designed for students who finished KOR507 or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to enhance the knowledge and skills acquired in KOR507 and achieve intermediate low level of proficiency in four skills of speaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean by the end of the semester.

TEXTBOOK: Integrated Korean: Intermediate 1 (ISBN: 978-0-8248-3650-4)

                 2nd Edition by Cho, Lee, Schultz, Sohn & Sohn, University of Hawaii Press

                 (Textbook Website: http://www.kleartextbook.com)

 GRADING POLICY

Quizzes              15 %

Dictation Exams   15 %

Mid-term Exams   20 %

Final Exams         25 %

Homework           15 %

Attendance/Class Participation      10 %

KOR 320K • Third-Year Korean I

32425 • Fall 2012
Meets MWF 1000am-1100am GAR 0.132
show description

This course is targeted for those who finished KOR 412L /612 or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to achieve the intermediate high level of proficiency in listening, speaking, writing and reading of modern Korean. This course also focuses on the enhancement of understanding a variety of Korean culture in the Korean language context.

TEXTBOOK

Integrated Korean: Advanced Intermediate 1, UHP (ISBN: 0824825683)

(Textbook Website: http://www.hawaii.edu/uhpress/realaudio/klear/advint1/)

GRADING POLICY

1. Quizzes                                        18 %

2. Exams                                          52 %

3. Homework                                     18 %

4. Attendance/Class Participation         12 %

KOR F506 • First-Year Korean I

82565 • Summer 2012
Meets MTWTHF 1000am-1230pm RLM 6.116
show description

This course is targeted for beginners of Korean language. The goal of this course is to acquire the basics and achieve novice mid level of proficiency in four skills of speaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean by the end of the course.

TEXTBOOK

Integrated Korean: Beginning 1 (2nd Edition by Cho, Lee, Schultz, Sohn & Sohn, University of Hawaii Press)

GRADING POLICY

Quizzes                                 15 %

Dictation Exams                      15 %

Mid-term Exam                        20 %

Final Exam                              25 %

Homework                               15 %

Attendance/Class Participation   10 %

 

KOR 507 • First-Year Korean II

32430 • Spring 2012
Meets MW 1200pm-100pm MEZ 1.202
show description

This course is targeted for those who finished KOR506 or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to expand the basics acquired in KOR 506 and achieve novice high level of proficiency in four basic skills: speaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean by the end of the semester.

Required Textbook 

Integrated Korean: Beginning 2

2nd Edition by Cho, Lee, Schultz, Sohn & Sohn, University of Hawaii Press

Grading Policy

Quizzes                                         15 %

Dictation Exams                              15 %

Mid-term Exam (Written/Oral)          20 % (10/10)

Final Exam (Written/Oral)                25 % (15/10)

Homework                                     15 %

Attendance/Class Participation         10 %

 

KOR 412L • Second-Year Korean II

32440 • Spring 2012
Meets TTH 200pm-300pm MEZ 1.216
show description

This course is designed for students who finished KOR412K or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to enhance the knowledge and skills acquired in KOR412K and achieve intermediate mid/high level of proficiency in four skills of speaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean by the end of the semester.

Required Textbook: Integrated Korean: Intermediate 2

1st Edition by Cho, Lee, Schultz, Sohn & Sohn, University of Hawaii Press

(Textbook Website: http://www.hawaii.edu/uhpress/realaudio/klear/int2/)

Grading Policy

Quizzes                                   18 %

Dictation Exams                        18 %

Mid-term Exam (Written)           10 %

Final Exam (Written/Oral)          25 % (15/10)

Homework                               20 %

Attendance/Class Participation    9 %

KOR 320L • Third-Year Korean II

32445 • Spring 2012
Meets MWF 1000am-1100am PAR 308
show description

This course is targeted for those who finished KOR 320K or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to achieve the advanced mid level of proficiency in speaking, listening, reading and writing modern Korean. This course also focuses on the enhancement of understanding a variety of Korean culture in the Korean language context.

Required Textbook: Integrated Korean: Advanced Intermediate 2:   1st Edition by Sohn & Lee, UHP

(Textbook Website: http://www.hawaii.edu/uhpress/realaudio/klear/advint2/)

Grading Policy

1. Quizzes                                        18 %

2. Exams                                          40%

3. Final Oral Presentation                   12 %

4. Homework                                    18%

5. Attendance/Class Participation        12 %

 

KOR 506 • First-Year Korean I

32285 • Fall 2011
Meets MW 1200pm-100pm GAR 2.128
show description

his course is targeted for beginners of Korean language. The goal of this course is to acquire the basics and achieve novice mid level of proficiency in four skills of speaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean by the end of the semester.

TEXTIntegrated Korean: Beginning 1 (2nd Edition) by Cho, Lee, Schultz, Sohn & Sohn, UHP

Grading Policy

Quizzes (8 times)                        15 %

Dictation Exams  (8 times)            15 %

Mid-term Exam (Written/Oral)    20 % (10/10)

Final Exam (Written/Oral)          25 % (15/10)

Homework (10 times)                   15 %

Attendance/Class Participation      10 %

KOR 412K • Second-Year Korean I

32295 • Fall 2011
Meets MTWTH 200pm-300pm MEZ 1.122
show description

This course is targeted for those who finished KOR 507 or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to achieve the intermediate low level of proficiency in listening, speaking, writing and reading of modern Korean. 

TEXT: Integrated Korean: Intermediate 1, UHP

       (Textbook Website: http://www.hawaii.edu/uhpress/realaudio/klear/int1/)

Grading Policy

Quizzes (7 times)                        15 %

Dictation Exams  (7 times)            15 %

Mid-term Exam (Written/Oral)        20 % (10/10)

Final Exam (Written/Oral)              25 % (15/10)

Homework (7 times)                     15 %

Attendance/Class Participation       10 %

KOR 320K • Third-Year Korean I

32300 • Fall 2011
Meets MWF 1000am-1100am GAR 2.128
show description

This course is targeted for those who finished KOR 412L /612L or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to achieve the intermediate high level of proficiency in listening, speaking, writing and reading of modern Korean. This course also focuses on the enhancement of understanding a variety of Korean culture in the Korean language context.

TEXT: Integrated Korean: Advanced Intermediate 1, UHP

       (Textbook Website: http://www.hawaii.edu/uhpress/realaudio/klear/advint1/)

Grading Policy

1. Quizzes                                         18 % (3 points each X 6)

2. Exams                                           40%

a) Mid-term Written Exam        10%

b) Final Listening Exam            10%

c) Final Written Exam              20%

3. Final Oral Presentation                   12 %

4. Homework                                   18% (3 points each X 6)

5. Attendance/Class Participation        12 %

KOR F506 • First-Year Korean I

82395 • Summer 2011
Meets MTWTHF 1000am-1230pm MEZ 1.204
show description

This course is targeted for beginners of Korean language. The goal of this course is to acquire the basics and achieve novice mid level of proficiency in four skills of speaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean by the end of the course.

TEXT: Integrated Korean: Beginning 1 (2nd Edition) by Cho, Lee, Schultz, Sohn & Sohn, University of Hawaii Press

GRADING POLICY

Quizzes / Dictation Exams                 20 %

Mid-term Exam (Written/Oral)             20% (10/10)

Final Exam (Written/Oral)                   25 % (15/10)

Homework                                        15 %

Attendance/Class Participation           20 %

KOR S507 • First-Year Korean II

82400 • Summer 2011
Meets MTWTHF 1000am-1230pm MEZ 1.204
show description

This course is targeted for those who finished KOR506 or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to expand the basics acquired in KOR 506 and achieve novice high level of proficiency in four basic skills: speaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean by the end of the course.

Textbook: Integrated Korean: Beginning 2 (2nd Edition by Cho, Lee, Schultz, Sohn & Sohn, University of Hawaii Press)

Grading Policy

Quizzes/Dictation Exams               20 %

Mid-term Exam (Written/Oral)        20 % (10/10)

Final Exam (Written/Oral)              25 % (15/10)

Homework                                 15 %

Attendance/Class Participation      20 %

KOR 412L • First-Year Korean II

32685 • Spring 2011
Meets TTH 1230pm-200pm PAR 306
show description

Not open to native speakers of Korean.  Korean 612 and 412L may not both be counted.  Prerequisite: Korean 412K with a grade of at least C.

KOR 612 • Accelerated Second-Year Korean

32690 • Spring 2011
Meets T 1100am-1230pm SAC 5.102
show description

Continuation of KOR604 or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to achieve intermediate mid level of proficiency in four skills of speaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean. Not open to native speakers of Korean and may not both be counted with KOR 412K or KOR 412L.

TextbookModern Korean :An Intermediate Reader  by Nam-kil Kim, University of Hawaii Press

Grading Policy

Quizzes / Dictation Exams               20 %

Mid-term Exam (Written/Oral)          20 % (10/10)

Final Exam (Written/Oral)                25 % (15/10)

Homework (10 times)                      15 %

Attendance/Class Participation          20 %

KOR 320L • Third-Year Korean II

32705 • Spring 2011
Meets MWF 1000am-1100am MEZ 1.122
show description

Continuation of KOR 320K or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to achieve the advanced mid level of proficiency in speaking, listening, reading and writing modern Korean.

 TextbookIntegrated Korean: Advanced Intermediate 2, University of Hawaii Press

(Textbook Website: http://www.hawaii.edu/uhpress/realaudio/klear/advint2/)

 Grading Policy

Quizzes               18 % 

Exams                 40 % 

Oral Final             12 %

Homework            18% 

Attendance/Class Participation  12 %

KOR 604 • Accelerated First-Year Korean

31505 • Fall 2010
Meets MWF 1100am-1200pm MEZ 1.122
show description

This course is designed for students who can speak and understand spoken Korean but cannot read or write it, and want to improve their Korean within a short period of time. The goal of this course is to acquire the basics and achieve advanced-beginner/novice-intermediate level of proficiency in four skills of speaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean. Not open to native speakers of Korean and may not both be counted with KOR 506 or KOR 507.

TEXT:  Korean I, Korea University Press

GRADING POLICY

Quizzes                                       10 %

Dictation Exams                            10 %

Oral Test I & II                             20 % (10/10)

Written Test I & II                         25 % (10/15)

Homework (10 times)                    15 %

Attendance/Class Participation        20 %

KOR 506 • First-Year Korean I

31515 • Fall 2010
Meets MW 1200pm-100pm SZB 278
show description

This course is targeted for beginners of Korean language. The goal of this course is to acquire the basics and achieve intermediate beginner level of proficiency in four skills of speaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean.

TEXT: Integrated Korean: Beginning 1 by Cho, Lee, Schultz, Sohn & Sohn, University of Hawaii Press

        (Textbook Website: http://www.hawaii.edu/uhpress/realaudio/klear/beg1/)

GRADING POLICY

Quizzes / Dictation Exams                  20 %

Mid-term Exam (Written/Oral)             20% (10/10)

Final Exam (Written/Oral)                   25 % (15/10)

Homework (8 times)                          15 %

Attendance/Class Participation             20 %

KOR 320K • Third-Year Korean I

31530 • Fall 2010
Meets MWF 1000am-1100am MEZ 2.102
show description

This course is targeted for those who finished KOR 412L /612L or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to achieve the advanced low level of proficiency in listening, speaking, writing and reading of modern Korean. This course also focuses on the enhancement of understanding a variety of Korean culture in the Korean language context.

TEXT: Integrated Korean: Advanced Intermediate 1, UHP

       (Textbook Website: http://www.hawaii.edu/uhpress/realaudio/klear/advint1/)

GRADING POLICY

Quizzes         20%

Exams           40%

Homework      20%

Attendance/Class Participation    20%

 

KOR 507 • First-Year Korean II

31790-31795 • Spring 2010
Meets TTH 1230pm-200pm PAR 306
show description

Continuation of KOR 506, or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to expand the basics acquired in KOR 506 and achieve advanced-beginner/novice-intermediate level of proficiency in four basic skills: speaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean.

Textbook: Integrated Korean: Beginning 2 by Cho, Lee, Schultz, Sohn & Sohn, University of Hawaii Press

        (Textbook Website: http://www.hawaii.edu/uhpress/realaudio/klear/beg2/)

Grading Policy

Quizzes / Dictation Exams                  20 %

Mid-term Exam (Written/Oral)             20% (10/10)

Final Exam (Written/Oral)                   25 % (15/10)

Homework (8 times)                          15 %

Attendance/Class Participation             20 %

 

KOR 612 • Accelerated Second-Year Korean

31800 • Spring 2010
Meets TTH 1100-1230pm MEZ 1.204
show description

Continuation of KOR604, or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to achieve advanced-intermediate level of proficiency in four skills of speaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean. Not open to native speakers of Korean and may not both be counted with KOR 412K or KOR 412L.

Textbook: Modern Korean :An Intermediate Reader  by Nam-kil Kim, University of Hawaii Press

Grading Policy

Quizzes / Dictation Exams               20 %

Mid-term Exam (Written/Oral)          20 % (10/10)

Final Exam (Written/Oral)                25 % (15/10)

Homework (10 times)                      15 %

Attendance/Class Participation          20 %

 

KOR 320L • Third-Year Korean II

31815 • Spring 2010
Meets MWF 1000-1100 MEZ 1.204
show description

Continuation of KOR 320K or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to achieve the intermediate-advanced level of proficiency in speaking, listening, reading and writing modern Korean.

Textbook: Integrated Korean: Advanced Intermediate 2, University of Hawaii Press

(Textbook Website: http://www.hawaii.edu/uhpress/realaudio/klear/advint2/)

Grading Policy

Quizzes               18 % 

Exams                 40 % 

Oral Final             12 %

Homework            18% 

Attendance/Class Participation  12 %

 

KOR 604 • Accelerated First-Year Korean

31925 • Fall 2009
Meets MWF 1100-1200 MEZ 1.204
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This course is designed for students who can speak and understand spoken Korean but cannot read or write it, and want to improve their Korean within a short period of time. The goal of this course is to acquire the basics and achieve advanced-beginner/novice-intermediate level of proficiency in four skills of speaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean. Not open to native speakers of Korean and may not both be counted with KOR 506 or KOR 507.

Textbook:  Korean I , Korea University Press

Grading Policy

Quizzes / Dictation Exams               20 %

Mid-term Exam (Written/Oral)          20 % (10/10)

Final Exam (Written/Oral)                25 % (15/10)

Homework (10 times)                      15 %

Attendance/Class Participation           20 %


KOR 506 • First-Year Korean I

31935-31940 • Fall 2009
Meets TTH 1230pm-200pm PAR 103
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This course is targeted for beginners of Korean language. The goal of this course is to acquire the basics and achieve intermediate beginner level of proficiency in four skills of speaking, writing, listening and reading in modern Korean.

Textbook: Integrated Korean: Beginning 1 by Cho, Lee, Schultz, Sohn & Sohn, University of Hawaii Press

(Textbook Website: http://www.hawaii.edu/uhpress/realaudio/klear/beg1/)

Grading Policy

Quizzes / Dictation Exams                  20 %

Mid-term Exam (Written/Oral)             20% (10/10)

Final Exam (Written/Oral)                   25 % (15/10)

Homework (8 times)                          15 %

Attendance/Class Participation            20 %


KOR 320K • Third-Year Korean I

31955 • Fall 2009
Meets MWF 1000-1100 BEN 1.106
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This course is targeted for those who finished KOR 412L /612L or the equivalents with a grade of at least a C. The goal of this course is to achieve the intermediate/low-advanced level of proficiency in listening, speaking, writing and reading of Korean.

Textbook: Integrated Korean: Advanced Intermediate 1, University of Hawaii Press

(Textbook Website: http://www.hawaii.edu/uhpress/realaudio/klear/advint1/)

Grading Policy

Quizzes                        20%

Exams                         40% 

Homework                    20%

Attendance/Class Participation    20%


KOR 507 • First-Year Korean II

31320-31325 • Spring 2009
Meets TTH 1230pm-200pm GAR 2.108
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Not open to native speakers of Korean.  Continuation of Korean 506.  Korean 604 and 507 may not both be counted.  Prerequisite: Korean 506 with a grade of at least C.

KOR 612 • Accelerated Second-Year Korean

31330 • Spring 2009
Meets TTH 1100-1230pm MEZ 1.204
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Not open to native speakers of Korean.  Continuation of Korean 604.  Korean 612 and 412K may not both be counted; Korean 612 and 412L may not both be counted.  Prerequisite: Korean 604 with a grade of at least C.

KOR 320L • Third-Year Korean II

31345 • Spring 2009
Meets MWF 1000-1100 GEA 127
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Prerequisite: Korean 320K with a grade of at least C.

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