This course will enable students to build basic language skills (speaking, hearing, reading, and writing), broaden their understanding of Korean culture, and increase their ability to communicate simple ideas in the Korean language. By the end of the course, students will be able to talk about parties, family relationships, living in a dormitory, conversations with professors, and conversations on the telephone. This is the third course in a four-part Korean series (KOREA 041, 043, 051, and 053).

Course Details

Note
All speaking appointments require high-speed internet access (hardwired if possible) and a computer with a webcam, a microphone, and speakers or headphones. Access to a printer and scanner or digital camera is also necessary for written assignments. Exams are only available in a paper format; please plan for shipping time.
Prerequisites
First-Year Korean, Part 2 (KOREA 043) or equivalent
Course Outline
Unit 1: Birthday, Part 1
Unit 2: Birthday, Part 2
Unit 3: At a Professor's Office, Part 1
Unit 4: At a Professor's Office, Part 2
Unit 5: Living in a Dormitory, Part 1
Unit 6: Living in a Dormitory, Part 2
Unit 7: Family, Part 1
Unit 8: Family, Part 2
Unit 9: On the Telephone, Part 1
Syllabus
Textbooks
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Integrated Korean : Beginning 2 2ECho (Required)
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Integrated Korean Wkbk Beginning 2 2E (Required)
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