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Unformatted text preview: BEGINNING KOREAN: FIRST YEAR I LTKO 1A - Fall, 2011 COURSE SYLLABUS FACULTY SUPERVISOR INFORMATION Name: Jeyseon Lee Office: 325 Literature Building Office Hours: MTWTh 1:15-2:00 or by appointment Office Phone Number: 534-4835 Email: email@example.com Website: http://literature.ucsd.edu/ugrad/language-culture/korean http://ucsdkoreanlanguage.blogspot.com TEACHING ASSISTANT INFORMATION Section: A/B/M Name: Nan-Hee Yim (MWF) Jung-Hyun Lim (TTh) Office: TBA TBA Office Hours: TBA TBA Email: TBA TBA Section N/O Name: Yoon-Joo Park (MWF) Jung-Hyun Lim (TTh) Office: TBA TBA Office Hours: TBA TBA Email: TBA TBA COURSE STRUCTURE We meet five times a week in class. Section: Section A00/01 Section B00/01 Section M00/01 Date and Time: MTWThF 10:00-10:50 MTWThF 11:00-11:50 MTWThF 12:00-12:50 Classroom: Center 218 Center 218 Center 218 Section: Section M00/01 Section N00/01 Date and Time: MTWThF 1:00-1:50 MTWThF 2:00-2:50 Classroom: Center 218 Center 218 COURSE MATERIALS 1. Integrated Korean: Beginning 1 (2nd-edition) (required: available at the bookstore in Price Center) 2. Integrated Korean Workbook: Beginning 1 (2nd-edition) (required: same as above) 3. Extra Materials (required: available at the Soft Reserves) 4. Korean-English & English-Korean dictionaries (recommended) 5. Beginners Korean (recommended: available at the bookstore in Price Center) COURSE DESCRIPTION First year Korean 1A (5 units) is the first part of the Beginning Korean series. This course is designed to assist students to develop low-beginning level skills in the Korean language. These skills are speaking, listening, reading, and writing, as well as cultural understanding. This course will begin by introducing the writing and sound system of the Korean language. The remainder of the course will focus on grammatical patterns such as basic sentence structures, some grammatical points, and expressions. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to do the following in Korean: Speaking: Able to communicate minimally with learned material. Oral production is limited to several isolated words or expressions. Listening: Able to occasionally understand familiar words in limited social contexts. Reading: Able to identify a few words and/or phrases in context. Writing: Able to copy some Korean script in a recognizable fashion and perhaps write a few words, with errors. COURSE REQUIREMENTS 1. Attendance: Attendance at every class is mandatory. Exceptions will be made only for occasions in which official documentation for the absence can be obtained (i.e. medical emergency, etc.) Official document will be required for each excused absence. Two absences are permitted without affecting the student's grade. Each subsequent absence will result in 8 points deduction from the total points. If your absences are 10 times or more, you will automatically get an F. absences are 10 times or more, you will automatically get an F....
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2011 for the course LTKO 1a taught by Professor Lee during the Fall '11 term at UCSD.
- Fall '11