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Semester 2 - Dual-Delivery
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This subject is designed for students who have successfully completed Korean 3 or passed an equivalent level test. Students develop their ability to communicate in Korean and engage in discussion to express understanding of Korea with key themes such as history, economic development, career and gender issues. Students’ knowledge and ability to use linguistic and cultural resources are expanded by reading articles from newspapers, watching various media sources, producing short critical essays, and participating in informal and formal discussion.
Intended learning outcomes
On completion of this subject, students should be able to:
- utilise intermediate grammatical structures appropriately to future and past situations;
- deploy intermediate vocabulary relating to Korea's history, politics, business, career and gender issues ;
- conduct conversations about their goals, life planning and ideas in relation to current affairs at an intermediate level;
- produce analytical written texts about key societal issues at an intermediate level;
- have developed a differentiated and informed understanding of their relationship to others and of cross-cultural exchange;
- understand and deploy key Korean cultural traditions and practices;
- apprehend the interaction of language and identity and appreciate regional and cultural diversity.
- process, organise and integrate information using analytical skills and learning strategies;
- communicate ideas effectively in written and oral formats;
- work collaboratively and productively in groups to meet shared goals;
- operate effectively in transcultural and diverse environments;
- engage confidently in self-directed study and research;
- plan work, use time effectively and manage small projects;
- effectively use information from diverse sources.
Last updated: 9 September 2021