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Course Descriptions


* A Survey of English Literature
Studies by genre the unique theories and techniques employed in English literature through readings of writers representing each genre.


* English Grammar (1),(2)
Examines the functions of the English language through a detailed analysis of English grammar at an advanced sentence level.


* Elementary English-Korean Translation (1),(2)
Citing specific examples, the course discusses the various theoretical and practical issues involved in English-Korean translation and interpretation.


* Readings in Elementary English (1).(2)
Equips students with the ability to comprehend English sentences and critique literary works.


* Elementary English Language Lab (1),(2)
Develops listening comprehension, correct pronunciation, and intonation through audio-visual training.


* Elementary English Composition (1),(2)
Enhances accurate writing and self-expression.


* Elementary English Conversation (1),(2)
A course designed to promote smooth conversation with native speakers through the practicing of everyday dialogue.


* Survey of American Literature
Studies by genre the unique theories and techniques employed in American literature through readings of writers representing each genre.


* Translation of English into Korean
Advanced instruction in English-Korean translation. Students acquire a higher level of translation skills based on those attained in beginning English-Korean translation courses.


* Introduction to British Literature
Focuses on multidimensional appreciation of British literature by studying the different literary thoughts and themes of the writers representing each literary period, and by reading and discussing their works.


* Introduction to British Culture
An introductory overview of the British culture and institutions. Whenever possible, lectures are given by native-speaking professors using texts and audio-visual materials.


* Introduction to English Linguistics (1),(2)
Focuses on formulary analysis and description of contemporary English. Examines the characteristics of English phonetics, phonology, and syntax, and the nature of language itself.


* English Conversation & Composition (1),(2)

Students acquire higher proficiency in conversational English, based on skills already acquired from the Elementary English Conversation course.


* Readings in Intermediate English (1),(2)
Students acquire higher proficiency in reading comprehension, based on skills already acquired from Readings in Elementary English.


* Intermediate English Language Lab (1),(2)
Enhances the ability to understand and speak in colloquial English, by listening to native English sounds.


* English-Korean Sight Translation
Students are taught how to instantaneously translate English sentences into Korean as they read the text. This enables students to lay the foundation for simultaneous interpretation.


* Introduction to American Literature
Focuses on multidimensional appreciation of the various American literary thoughts and literary pieces by studying writers representative of each literary period and genre.


* Introduction to American Culture
An introductory overview of the American culture and institutions. Whenever possible, lectures are given by native-speaking professors using texts and audio-visual materials.

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