Korean103B2011syllabus[1] - Korean103B (2011): Readings in...

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Korean103B (2011): Readings in Sino-Korean characters UCLA Instructor: Jae Eun Yoon, Korean lecturer Office hours: TR 9:40AM~10:40AM and by appointment, Royce 296 E-mail: [email protected] Class hours: TR 12:30 PM – 1:45 PM, Room: Rolfe 3112 Course Description: Lecture, twice a week (75min. for each class). Requisite: Korean 103A or Korean placement test. This course concentrates on Sino-Korean vocabulary and characters that are necessary for the advanced and superior level of knowledge in Korean. Professional level Korean speakers need to be able to read at least 1,800 Sino-Korean characters. This course reinforce collocation patterns and semantic association of Sino-Korean vocabulary. P/NP or letter grading. Prerequisite: Completion of Korean 100C or Korean placement test result. Students should provide accurate background information regarding their Korean education before receiving the instructor’s consent to enroll this course. Textbooks: a. Korean Reader for Chinese Characters.(2002) By Choon-Hak Cho, Yeon-Ja Sohn, Heisoon Yang, University of Hawaii Press b. Supplementary handouts Grading Structure: Class participation 10% Presentation 10% Homework assignments 20% Quizzes (2) 20% Mid-term 20%
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2011 for the course KOR 103B taught by Professor Yoon during the Winter '11 term at UCLA.

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Korean103B2011syllabus[1] - Korean103B (2011): Readings in...

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