Intermediate Korean for Advanced Speakers

PREREQUISITE: EAST-UA 281 or EAST-UA 255.

Prerequisite: EAST UA 255, EAST UA 281 OR PLACEMENT EXAM. This course is for students who can speak in Korean about matters related to everyday life situations but can not read and write at the same level. This course covers the 2nd year Korean material in a semester. If you need a permission code to enroll, please contact the course instructor. If an instructor is not listed, please contact the department.

This intensive intermediate course covers the second-year Korean material in a semester. The course is designed for students with intermediate-level speaking proficiency but with reading and writing ability equivalent to a student who has completed elementary level Korean, who can understand, with near-standard pronunciation and without basic major grammatical errors, conversational Korean related to daily-life situations and simple sociocultural topics. It aims to further strengthen students’ correct pronunciation and intonation, grammatical accuracy, ability to understand differences in nuances and overall competence in reading and writing.

Course Information

EAST-UA 282

Undergraduate

4 Points

Term Section Instructor Schedule Location

Fall 2017

1
Cheun Mi Kim
MTWR: 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM 7E12 127

Spring 2018

1
Cheun Mi Kim
MTWR: 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM 60FA C14
1
Cheun Mi Kim
MTWR: 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM 7E12 121 (SB)