K302 Third Year Korean
Spring 2011 (Sec. 7079)
|Hyo Sang Lee|
|Office: Goodbody Hall 229|
|Office Hours: T, R 10:30-11:30 or by appointment|
Class meeting: MWF 1:25-2:15, Wodburn Hall (WH) 112
K302 is the second semester of Third Year Korean, Advanced-Intermediate level. The goal is to equip students with proficiency in all four language skills, speaking, listening, reading, and writing, beyond the intermediate level. The course will deal with various genres of authentic material (some are slightly tailored to fit the level) on various topics. The course is largely content-based and task-based. Particularly focused on will be enhancing ability to advance one's opinion as well as discussing and sharing thoughts, experiences and ideas. Expanding one's vocabulary of more complex and abstract concepts is also a main goal of this course.
The weekly schedule consists of three parts: pre-lesson activities, main text activities, and post-lesson activities (vocabulary and pattern exercises, writing exercises, further reading activities, etc.)
Modern Korean: An Intermediate Reader (MKIR) by Nam-Kil Kim , University of Hawaii Press (2000).
Students are expected to read all the main texts and be prepared for in-class tasks and discussion. Students are also responsible for learning vocabulary and useful expressions.
Students will be evaluated for the final grade based on the following criteria:
|Vocab & Dictation Quizzes||10%|
|Oral performances and presentations||5%|
|Oral Final Exam||10%|
|Written Final Exam:||20%|
* More than 5 absences will result in one grade down, and more than 10 absences will result in two grade scales down from the actual score. No excuses are allowed unless a written proof of inevitable circumstances (e.g. doctor's notes, police reports, parents' notes, performance schedule, job interview schedule, etc.). In any circumstances, no more than 5 excuses will be granted.
A perfect attendance will be awarded with 4 days of attendance of extra-credits except for the number of excuses granted (sligtly less than 1% of the total grade.
Extra-credits (5 days maximum) will be granted for participating in Korea-related events including Korean Conversation Club meetings and Korean movie nights.
** Late homework must be handed in within a week unless there's an error ont he instructor's part. The maximum points of late homework will be 75% of the regular points
Grades will be assigned based on the following scale:
|93 - 96.9||A|
|90 - 92.9||A-|
|87 - 89.9||B+|
|83 - 86.9||B|
|80 - 82.9||B-|
|77 - 79.9||C+|
|73 - 76.9||C|
|70 - 72.9||C-|
|67 - 69.9||D+|
|63 - 66.9||D|
|60 - 62.9||D-|
|59.9 & less||F|
There will be no makeup exam unless provided with a written proof for a justifiable reason.
Assignments will be
assigned a grade roughly on the following scale:
?++ (100%), ?(++) (95%), ?+ (90%), ?(+) (85%), ?(80%), ?(-) (75%),
?- (70%), ?(--) (65%), ?-- (60%)