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1) Faculty
 

Chae Ho-Seok, Ph.D. (Seoul National Univ.),,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Korean Modern Novels
Heo Yong, Ph.D. (Univ. of London),,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Linguistics, Korean Grammar as a Foreign Language
Kim Hyoung-Pil, Ph.D. (Hanyang Univ),,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Korean Poetry, History of Contemporary Literature
Nam Seong-Wu, Ph.D. (Seoul National Univ.),,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Korean Semantics
Yang Min-Jung, Ph.D. (Ewha Woman's Univ.),,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Korean Classical Literature

(2) Course

Year
1st Semester
2nd Semester
Course No.
Course Title
Units
Hours
Course No.
Course Title
Units
Hours

 
 
1

E04127
 
E04107
 
E04128

Studies in Korean Curriculum Education
Introduction to Korean Linguistics
Introduction to Modern Korean Literature

3
 
3
 
3

3
 
3
 
3

E04108
E04102

Korean Phonology
Education of Korean Contemporary Novels

3
3

3
3

 
 
 
 
 
 
2

E04111
 
 
E04213
 
E04202
E04201

Introduction to Korean Education as a Foreign Language
Introduction to the Classical Korean Literature
Korean Syntax
Education of Korean Contemporary Poetry
 

2
 
 
3
 
3
3

2
 
 
3
 
3
3

E04212
 
V43321
 
 
E04204
 
E04110
 
E04411
 
E04303
E04203

Theory and Practice of Creative Writings
Theories of Korean Teaching and Learning  as a Foreign Language
Education of Korean Classical Poetry
Textbook Readings in Korean Literature
Theories of Korean Teaching and Learning
Korean Semantics
Korean Morphology

2
 
2
 
 
2
 
2
 
3
 
3
2

2
 
2
 
 
2
 
2
 
3
 
3
2

 
 
 
 
 
3

E04324
 
 
E04301
 
E04126
 
E04323
 
E04354

Theories of Teaching Korean Listening & Speaking  as a Foreign Language
Theories of Teaching Korean Classical Novels
Theories of Classical and Middle Korean Grammar
Theories of Teaching Korean Listening & Speaking
Theory and Practice in Drama and Scenario

2
 
 
3
 
2
 
2
 
2

2
 
 
3
 
2
 
2
 
2

E04322
 
E04326
 
 
E04105
 
E04325
 
 
E04449

Theory and Practice of Literature Criticism
Theories of Teaching Korean Reading &
Writing
Theories of Korean
School Grammar
Theories of Teaching Korean Reading & Writing
Understanding Chinese Literature in Korean

2
 
2
 
 
3
 
3
 
 
2

2
 
2
 
 
3
 
3
 
 
2

 
 
 
4

E04415
 
 
E04106
E04413
 
E04313

Theories of Teaching Korean Grammar as a Foreign Language
History of Korean Literature
Studies in Media-assisted Korean Education
History of Korean Language

2
 
 
2
2
 
2

2
 
 
2
2
 
2

E04315
 
E04418
 
E04417
 
E04416

Theories of Korean Oral Literature
Topics on Teaching Korean
Theories on Korean Discourses and Texts
Self-training on Teaching Korean

2
 
3
 
2
 
1

2
 
3
 
2
 
1

Course Descriptions

* Studies in Korean Curriculum Education
Designed for prospective middle and high school teachers of Korean. Systemat-
ically studies the basic concepts involved in the education of the Korean language, Korean linguistic structure, the curricular structure of Korean education, objectives of Korean education, textbook selection, textbook research, purpose of lessons, and evaluation of Korean language lessons.


* Introduction to Korean Linguistics
Based on the theory of linguistics, this course examines the phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics and dialects of the Korean language.


* Introduction to the Modern Korean Literature
Trends in modern Korean literature will be examined in terms of modernism and post-modernism, creation and changes in style, and relationships between the era and writers. Through this process, students will gain a comprehensive understanding of modern Korean literature.


* Korean Phonology
An examination of Korean phonology. Topics include the phonological system, phonological alterations, and phonological changes in the Korean language.


* Education of Korean Contemporary Novels
This course is designed to boost understanding of the development of contemporary Korean novels and their writers. In addition, lectures will be given on methodologies of educating learners on novels, centering on novels in junior high and high school textbooks.


* Introduction to Korean education as a Foreign Language
Studies various methods of teaching the Korean language to foreigners.



* Introduction to Classical Korean Literature
A systematic study by genre of Korean literature from ancient times to the period following 1876 - ancient poetry, hyanga, Koryo gayo, criticism, shijo, gasa, akjang, novels, p'ansori and folk tales. This course is conducted simultaneously with a teaching practicum for future middle and high school teachers.


* Korean Syntax
Studies contemporary Korean syntax through linguistic sentence analysis. The course also deals with structural sentence analysis using the Transformational Generative Grammar.


* Education of Korean Contemporary Poetry
Studies the general theory of poetry in the modern age. Deals with its definition, essence, and writing techniques of poetry. Using contemporary Korean poems as examples, the course also teaches about poetry and sensibility, poetry and emotion, poetry and creativity, functions of poetry, and ideology, history, and morality in poetry.


* Theory and Practice of Creative Writing
Students will learn theories on creative writing in various genres, and apply the theories to the practice of creative writing.


* Theories of Korean Teaching and Learning as a Foreign Language
In this course, students will learn various methods of teaching Korean to foreign learners.


* Education of Korean Classical Poetry
Students will gain a systematic and thorough understanding of Korean classical poetry and examine ways to effectively teach classical poetry to junior high and high school students.


* Textbook Readings in Korean Literature
Consists primarily of reading Korean literary works such as poetry, novels, and drama, suitable for teaching at middle to high school levels.


* Theories of Korean Teaching and Learning
Students will become familiar with the roles of a teacher through actual teaching sessions.


* Korean Semantics
Discusses the essence of meaning, the major types of synchronic semantics such as ambiguity, synonyms and homonyms, the changes in meaning and central issues in diachronic semantics.


* Korean Morphology
An examination of Korean morphology such as morphological analysis principles, analysis of foreign language morphemes, concatenation of morphemes, and morphological types (I.C analysis).


* Theories of Teaching Korean Listening & Speaking as a Foreign Language
Students will study theories and effective ways to teach foreign learners to communicate in Korean, and apply what they learn during practice sessions.


* Theories of Teaching Korean Classical Novels
Lectures will survey representative novels of various genres, focusing on Korean classical novels, their birth and development, relationship to Chinese novels, and relevant details. Emphasis will be on classical novels taught in the classroom in order to prepare students to teach these novels.
  

* Theories of Classical and Medieval Korean Grammar
The focus of this course is on Korean of the Middle Ages. Students will review the phonological-grammatical structure and look at the process of change leading up to contemporary Korean.


* Theories of Teaching Korean Listening & Speaking
Students will research and present theories and practical information for teaching  Korean listening and speaking, such as its concepts, objectives, contents, teaching methods, evaluation, and relevant materials. Class time will also include practice in teaching others basic communicative listening and speaking, as well as cultural, informational, and persuasive language.


* Theory and Practice of Drama and Scenario
This course will focus on the principles of drama and its progress in Korea. Students will be encouraged to create scenarios based on theories of drama.


* Theory and Practice of Literature Criticism
Studies theories related to criticism of modern Korean literature. Examines the development process of the principle, purpose, and function of literary criticism and other theories of Western literary criticism.


* Theories of Teaching Korean Reading & Writing as a Foreign Language
Students will study theories and methods for teaching foreign learners how to communicate through Korean written language, and will also participate in practice sessions.


* Theories of Korean School Grammar

Within the scope of prescriptive grammar, students will gain knowledge of practical grammar which is required to be taught at secondary schools, as well as Korean orthography.


* Theories of Teaching Korean Reading & Writing
Students will research and present theories and practical information on teaching Korean reading and writing, such as its concepts, objectives, contents, teaching method, evaluation, and relevant materials. This includes basic communicative reading and writing for self-expression, as well as cultural, informational and persuasive statements. Students will also practice reading and writing to develop their practical skills.
 

* Understanding Chinese Literature in Korea
This course will focus on Chinese literature in Korea during various historical periods. Main subjects will be literary works in Chinese from the Silla, Goryeo, and Chosun Dynasties.


* Theories of Teaching Korean Grammar as a Foreign Language
Students will learn efficient methods and theories for teaching Korean grammar to foreign learners, and apply what they learn in practice sessions.


* History of Korean Literature
Outlines the history of contemporary Korean literature by genre from the period of enlightenment to the present. Organizes the history of classical literature by genre using literary works from the three-kingdom era of Shilla, Koryo and Chosun.


* Studies in Media-assisted Korean Education
With the goal of effective Korean education, students will research theories on the characteristics and functions of the print, image, and Internet media. Afterwards, they will apply what they have learned to the Korean teaching process, thereby increasing their practical abilities to understand and use the media.


* History of Korean Language
Provides an overview of changes in the Korean language from ancient times to the present and the synchronic phenomena of each period. Focuses on the much-studied area of phonemic history.


* Theories of Korean Oral Literature

Reviews the origin and transmission of oral literature, which continues to be re-created in every era. Focuses on understanding the genre-specific characteristics of mythology, legends, folk tales, folk songs, shaman songs, pansori, proverbs, riddles, and folk dramas.


* Topics on Teaching Korean
Based on their understanding of educational courses, students will learn various subjects required to become a Korean teacher at a secondary school, including Korean curriculum, texts, manuals, and theories. Students will also study in groups to develop their abilities to creatively resolve problems related to Korean education. 


* Theories on Korean Discourses and Texts
This course will review the concepts, scope, and components of Korean discourses and texts. It will include the systematic study of theories of discourse and texts through analysis of relevant materials.


* Self-training on Teaching Korean
Students will participate in independent exercises based on theories for teaching Korean as a foreign language. Through this process, students will develop skills required as a professional Korean teacher.


Curriculum for Teaching Profession

Year
1st Semester
2nd Semester
Course No.
Course Title
Units
Hours
Course No.
Course Title
Units
Hours

 
 
2

U61503
E11205
 
E11208

Education & Computer
Humanistic Approaches for Education
Environmental Education

2
2
 
2

2
2
 
2

E11301
E11207
 
E11206

Educational Psychology
Self-Cultivation Theories of Education
Creativity for Students

2
2
 
2

2
2
 
2

 
 
3

E11304
 
E11386

Educational Method & Technology
Education for International Understanding

2
 
2

2
 
2

E11303
 
E11202

Education Process & Evaluation
Introduction to Philosophy & History of Education

2
 
2

2
 
2

 
4

E11401
E11405

Teaching Practicum
Educational Administration & School Management

2
2

2
2

E11453
E11353

Educational Sociology
Counseling in School

2
2

2
2



Course Descriptions

* Education & Computer
This course teaches students about various educational methods and principles using computers and the Internet, to develop their skills in this medium. This course will be conducted mainly in the form of projects so that students can practice designing and producing educational materials using various multimedia presentation tools.


* Humanistic Approaches for Education
Education is the most representative human activity for satisfying an objective. After looking at the intrinsic nature and existence of mankind, this course will comprehensively examine basic terminologies, concepts, principles, and theories of educational phenomena. It will also look at the importance of education in families, societies, and nations.


* Environmental Education
As prospective teachers of the 21st century who will guide future generations, students will increase their understanding of the Earth's environment. Students will also examine steps required by individuals, groups, and societies to improve the environment.


* Educational Psychology

Students will gain an understanding of different behaviors of elementary, junior high, and high school students. To familiarize future teachers with principles for creating educational programs, this course will review theories of learning and principles of counseling.


* Self-Cultivation Theories of Education
This course will look at the status of education in industrial societies, in which humanist ideals have been minimized. Students will take post-modernist views to look at Eastern and Western education that was focused on building human character.


* Creativity for Students

In order to develop high-quality human resources required for the new era, this course will teach students how to develop their own creativity, as well as how to teach creativity to others. To this end, the course will look at theories of creativity and methodology for creative education. It will also include practice sessions on teaching creativity.


* Educational Method & Technology

The aim of this course is to review basic principles and best methods for teaching course contents. It will review basic principles of teaching and learning, setting goals of school lessons and stating the goals, writing school lesson plans, and selecting and developing mediums of education.


* Education for International Understanding
Students will gain the knowledge required in an era of globalization. This course will include research on international understanding, focused on various areas and countries across the globe, as well as worldwide issues (peace, human rights, culture, development, and environment) thus encouraging students to develop international views and insight.
 

* Education Process & Evaluation

Lectures will focus on theories and practical knowledge of the overall process of school education. Based on this understanding, students will gain the insight and skills required for high-quality educational management, based on theories and practical information on educational evaluation.


* Introduction to Philosophy & History of Education
This course introduces educational ideologies in the context of history, which play an important role in theories in educational studies. Lectures on the philosophy of education will review the ideological basis of theories in educational studies. Students will be required to clarify core concepts of educational ideologies and identify the connection between those core concepts. Lectures on the history of education will look at the historical trends of educational ideologies as well as the historical background behind them. This subject will be considered from both ideological and institutional-history points of view.  


* Teaching Practicum
In this course, students will work as student teachers at a junior high or high school in order to develop the skills required as a secondary school teacher. For four weeks, students will teach classes and also provide counseling. Student evaluations will be conducted by the supervising teacher at the corresponding school. Before students begin practical training at the schools, they will attend lectures and practice sessions that cover teaching programs and social measurement.


* Educational Administration & School Management

This course will review the organization and status of educational administration in Korea. To give students an understanding of the principles behind educational administration and school management, this course will touch upon various subjects: concepts and organization of educational administration, elementary/junior high/high schools and educational administration in society, education financing, and theories on organizing school classes.


* Educational Sociology
By analyzing educational phenomena in society, students will understand the relationship between society and education. At the same time, they will also learn about the necessary roles and functions of school education in the context of new social developments. Students will also hone their skills in analyzing the educational objectives of Korean society.


* Counseling in School
Students will learn detailed information on various counseling theories. Based on this understanding, they will examine practical methods used to counsel young people on mature behavior and adapting to their environment. Through this course, students will also reflect on achieving psychological maturity.


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