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2023 Fall KOREAN CLASS
Korean 1B (Tuesday)
The ability to read and write the alphabet and words (though you might not know the words’ meanings) is required. The ultimate goal of this course is to establish a base to communicate with Korean speakers on a daily basis. Students will build up more expressions, vocabulary, and grammar from Level 1-1. Also, students will learn basic daily conversation skills such as making appointments, asking and giving locations, and making phone conversations.
Textbook: Active Korean 1 by Language Education Institute, Seoul National University. Moonjinmedia Co., Ltd. (ISBN 978-89-539-1229-8)
Meet the Instructor
Haeran Song (송혜란) will teach 1A Section 2 and 1B. She earned her B.A. in comparative literature and Korean studies at Stony Brook University. Then she pursued her graduate study in TESOL and earned M.A. at Stony Brook University in 2006. She is a teacher at the New York City Department of Education who has been teaching for more than 10 years. Currently, she is teaching Korean to both non-heritage and heritage students at Bayside High School. She has been teaching Korean to second and third generations of Korean-Americans at Hyo Shin Korean School for more than seven years.
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