This course is a continuation of Korean 1. It includes spoken and written Korean dialogues, grammatical explanations and vocabulary building exercises and uses the Hangul alphabet.
Learning Korean as a second language will enable you to develop knowledge and skills you will need in order to communicate in Korean in a variety of contexts. This course is aimed at helping each student attain proficiency in the four language skill areas: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. You will also be introduced to the basics of Korean culture.
KOR 101 Korean 1 or equivalent.
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KOR 102 - 015 - Korean 2
The University of Calgary main campus is located at 2500 University Drive NW.
After registering in this course, the building and room number will be posted in My ContEd and on your receipt. Please check for room changes within 24 hours of the class starting.
Classes meet at the Main Campus, Downtown Campus, or at a designated off-campus location.
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I am originally from South Korea, where I obtained Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Education degrees. I moved to Calgary with my family in 2007 and began working as a Korean instructor for the Calgary Board of Education shortly thereafter. I’ve taught Korean at the University of Calgary Continuing Education department since 2013.
While living in Korea, I taught English to Koreans at a secondary school, so I have a good sense of the differences between the two languages and this helps inform my practice. My lessons are based around teaching common expressions, useful vocabulary, and helpful phrases a person might need should they visit Korea. With the growing popularity of Korean food, music and movies, I also teach about the cultural aspects of the country. It is a great thrill teaching Korean language to others and helping to introduce students to this dynamic and unique country.