If you're still looking for a fourth class or you have a language requirement to fulfill, please consider KOR231! It's a great way to improve your proficiency in Korean in reading, writing, and presentation skills. The course is offered on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, from 11:10 to 12:20 (FND 305). See below for more information.
If you have any further questions about the course please feel free to get in touch with Professor Eun Jo Lee, who will be teaching the course, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively if you're looking to hear about the course from a previous student you can also contact Esther Im at email@example.com.
Advanced Intermediate Korean I – Selected readings and formal conversation*
K231 is designed for students to develop an advanced level of oral and literacy (reading and writing) skills. Students will have plenty of opportunities to improve their oral and written communication skills through student-led group discussions, presentations, and compositions based upon various readings. The integrated activities and applications will not only make students consolidate the knowledge of vocabulary and grammar patterns covered in the beginning and intermediate Korean courses, but also further develop their linguistic capacity. In addition, activities will provide a more profound understanding of contemporary issues, cultures, and traditions in Korea. The class will be conducted entirely in Korean.
*Prerequisite: KOR 201-202 or permission of the instructor*
*Distribution:Language and Literature *
*Taught by Professor Eun-Jo Lee*