Korean: Beginner Level 2

Korean belongs to the Ural-Altaic family of languages and is spoken by approximately 100 million people in South Korea, North Korea, China, Japan, and the US. Due to Korea’s increasing economic and political importance in North-East Asia, Korean is growing increasingly popular around the world as a foreign language. The “Korean Wave” has become an influential global phenomenon since the start of the 21st century, heavily impacting the contemporary cultures, music, film, and television industries, and behavioural aspects of various people throughout the world. This level is for students who have at least 13 hours of classroom time in Korean within the last year, can ask and answer simple questions in areas of immediate need in Korean, and can use simple phrases and sentences to describe where they live and the people they know. Following the guidelines of the Common European Framework of Reference, students at this level will learn to identify common words concerning their immediate concrete surroundings, read very simple sentences, ask and answer simple questions on very familiar topics, and write a short, simple note. Instructor: Soe Young Lee

Sections

KOB2-WI21.01

Start Date

January 12, 2021

Time

7:45pm

Location

Online

Cost

$255.00

Availability

4

9 Tuesdays, 7:45-9:15pm. Begins Jan. 12

This class will meet online using Zoom. The zoom link and information on how to join will be emailed to you.
If you register 12 hours or less before the class begins or after the start date, please contact zoom@ccae.org for the link.

There is no textbook for this class. Instructor will provide all materials.

Instructors: Soe Young Lee

Instructor

Soe Young Lee

Soe Young Lee is a native speaker and educator from South Korea. She studied English Literature as an undergrad, but later on completed her teacher's training and master's in Education following her passion for teaching. She has been working with students ever since and teaches both English and Korean. She came to Boston in 2014 and currently resides in Arlington with her husband and daughter. With ten years of teaching experience, she loves meeting new students and sharing the traditions and traits of the Korean culture.