Beginner Korean 1 (7 to 12 yo) - Learn to Introduce Yourself and Present Tense!
In this 4 week class, we're going to study how to introduce ourselves in Korean and learn the most basic verbs in present tense. This class is proper for learners who just finished Korean characters!
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Once per week
over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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Did you finish studying the Korean characters Hangul? Then, let's begin the next step! In this 4 week class, we're going to study how to introduce yourself in Korean, how to say what you like, the most basic verbs in present tense, and practice it with a native Korean teacher. You'll be able to say your name, how old you are, where you're from, and what you like in Korean after this class. Here's the plan for what we're going to study each week! Week 1 : 저는 ~이에요.(I am ~.) - How to...
Learners will be able to introduce themselves in Korean. Learners will learn some basic vocabulary to introduce themselves, the most basic Korean verbs, and how the verbs are used in present tense.
I'm a native Korean speaker, a professional Korean language tutor and instructor for 7 years, and have a bachelor's degree. I'm fluent in both Korean and English. I received perfect scores in all Korean language tests including the Korean SAT. I worked in my college press, as well as in thesis correction for my department at my university. I lived in Korea for 28 years and moved to the US for my Ph.D. I have experience teaching Korean language to both Korean native students and non-native students, for more than 7 years now!
Each week, the teacher will give the learners a simple and optional homework. It's like "introduce yourself on the paper and send it to the teacher. Share it with the other students in the next class, if you are okay with it, but it's okay not to do, if you don't feel like to do it." It's going to be a great practice to read, write, speak, and listen. I know that people have a different way to study, so I just suggest this homework but it's optional! I wouldn't mind it even if you don't want to share with other students or you don't do the homework. Everybody has a different way to study, and I'm just a guide on your way :)
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Science, Math, and Korean teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
71 total reviews
105 completed classes
I am happy to schedule a convenient class time for you. Message me with your preferences! < I have a Korean language and culture group! Please check this if you're interested!...