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Explore Korean for Teens 4

In this 16 week course students will build upon their skills and knowledge learned in previous levels, delve further into the Korean language, and continue to develop beginner conversation skills!
Elizabeth McClary
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$23 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 16 weeks
85 minutes per class
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This class is taught in English.
At the end of the course students will be comfortable conversing and reading Korean for longer periods of time using the learned grammar and communication structures and be able to move between polite and deferential form as well as all learned tenses. Students will also be able to replicate these spoken structures with ease in the written/typed form as well. 
I majored in East Asian Languages and Cultures (Concentration: Korea) at Indiana University Bloomington. I spent a total of 3 years in immersive Korean language study including a study abroad semester at Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea. While at Indiana University I received the Uehara Prize for Excellence in East Asian Studies as well as the Society of Friends of Korean Studies Fellowship. Post graduation I lived and worked in Korea for 2.5 years where I was able to immerse myself culturally and linguistically. I have been teaching Korean at the TN Language Center since July 2019. 

I have worked in Montessori classrooms as well as more traditional classrooms working with young children as well as teens. I bring my TEFL training as well as my experience teaching English as a foreign language to all my language classes. Additionally, having been a foreign language student myself I know the challenges that many learners face in acquiring a new language and seek to make new concepts-grammar, vocab, phonics-as accessible and as comprehensible as possible through various means-media, powerpoint, activities, drills-by whatever means possible! I love learning new things everyday and hope that my classes would pass along not only knowledge but the attitude that knowledge and learning are valuable and exciting!
Learners will be expected to complete weekly workbook assignments, any other assigned work, as well as participate in discussion posts to the best of their ability. Recording and Written Homework should be submitted as requested to assess learner progress. Students may spend approximately 3 hours per week completing homework and studying combined-depending on the student. At the very least learners should be spending at least 30 mins daily reviewing vocabulary and grammar. Korean is a challenging language and study and practice is a big part of aiding in language acquisition especially as our class only meets once a week.
Required Materials: Integrated Korean Beginning 1 Textbook (2nd Edition) Integrated Korean Beginning 1 Workbook (2nd Edition) If there are any handouts provided, it will be students/parents' responsibility to print them/make them accessible prior to each class. A detailed syllabus will be provided at the start of the class. A notebook, colored markers, pencil and eraser should also be on hand for the class.
An assessment will be provided to the parent/guardian and learner at the completion of the course in the form of an invitation to continue to the next level if appropriate. During the course assignment feedback will provided to the learner via learner message. Learners should follow provided feedback. During the course if a learner is not within the appropriate scope of progress, parents/guardians and learner will be notified to hopefully help the learner stay on track to progress-increased study, re-doing assignments, making sure workbook practice is completed.
1 hour 25 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
In order to have access to resources to further study Korean language and vocabulary students will need to be able to access the Korean Multimedia Dictionary and the Learning Hangul Site. To use them (as they both use Flash) the extension known as Ruffle will need to be installed-this can be installed as a browser extension or desktop. The Korean Multimedia Dictionary and Learning Hangul Site were created by my Korean professor Lee Hyo Sang at Indiana University Bloomington and are used as part of Korean instruction at the university. Ruffle was created by professional developers in order to allow people to still access sites using Flash that were unable to be converted into HTML5 due to financial or other constraints. All of these resources are safe and appropriate to use and parents are welcome to explore the resources along with their learners. 
Integrated Korean Beginning 1 Textbook (2nd Edition)
Integrated Korean Beginning 1 Workbook (2nd Edition)
Learning Han'gul
Korean Multimedia Dictionary


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93 completed classes

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