Friday, September 10, 2010

Basic - Module 1~4


Module 1
At this level, the teacher will concentrate on teaching practical Korean conversation. Students will be guided to speak fluent and accurate Korean in different everyday situations. Student will “Speak” most of time through writing, listening & reading.

Contents:
  • Read/write the Korean alphabet (“Hanguel”)
  • Use present test to speak sentences related to immediate needs in given situations
  • Use Korean numbers for shopping and ordering food
  • Express like/dislike and have/don’t have
  • Ask for directions
Cultural Components: 
  • Korean Names
  • Tasting Korean street food
  • Sing a Korean K-pop/K- Drama song
For Whom:     People with no knowledge of Korean Language
Duration         7/8 lessons & total learning hours : 16+ 

Module 2
The Module Two course will further expand students’ vocabulary and grammar.  At the same time, students will learn about social norms in Korea and how to interact with native Koreans using different levels of speech.

Contents:
  • Korean Pure Numbers
  • The use of present, past & future tenses
  • Subject & topic particles
  • Formal & informal verb endings
  • Asking for directions, telephone numbers, the time etc.
  • Irregular verbs
  • Conjunctions
  • Making and cancelling appointments, giving reasons
Cultural Components:
  • Is seniority important in Korea?
  • What is “Konglish”?
  • Shopping and travelling in Korea.
For Whom: Students who have completed Module 1 and/or students who pass the Module 1 assessment test
Duration         7/8 lessons & total learning hours : 16+ 


Module 3
At this level, students will be taught to communicate using the correct modes of speech according to social contexts. From this level, the students are able to express their own ideas, with detail.  Students will also learn how to ask questions with proper manner and expression.

Contents:
  • Imperative speech
  • Irregular verbs part 2
  • Adjectives and verbs
  • Giving advice, accepting & refusing
  • Describing possible situations to others
  • Writing an e-mail or letter to friends
  • Describing routines and activities
  • Relating travel experiences and future travel plans
  • Using adjectives to explain and express feelings
  • Calling someone on the phone
  • Sending a gift at the post office
Cultural Components:
  • When you are sick…..,
  • What kind of movie do you like?
  • Making a recommendation to others,
  • At the post office


For Whom: Students who have completed Module 2 and/or students who pass the Module 2 assessment test.
Duration         7/8 lessons & total learning hours : 16+ 


Module 4
Student will learn how to express social needs and how to explain problems
to others.  Through class activities, students will be taught to read and understand home-stay advertisements and find suitable places to stay.  Students understand Korean home-stay culture, and will be able to compare these with other options.

Contents:
  • Superlatives and Comparatives
  • Experience tense
  • Suggestions with your ideas
  • Prohibiting - rules in public
  • Problem-solving styles of communication
  • Café culture in Korea
  • Talking about descriptions
  • How to decline nicely?
  • Reporting what people say

Cultural components:
  • Korean Home-stay
  • Sorry, you cannot wear shoes when you….
  • Interests in Korean internet, TV drama, movies and places
  • What “ddi” are you? (Zodiac signs)
  • What kind of gift shall I give?
  • Studying in Korea
For Whom: Students who have completed Module 3 and/or students who pass the Module 3 assessment test
Duration         7/8 lessons & total learning hours : 16+ 

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