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Бакалавриат 2020/2021

Базовый курс корейского языка

Лучший по критерию «Полезность курса для Вашей будущей карьеры»
Лучший по критерию «Полезность курса для расширения кругозора и разностороннего развития»
Лучший по критерию «Новизна полученных знаний»
Направление: 41.03.01. Зарубежное регионоведение
Когда читается: 1-й курс, 1-4 модуль
Формат изучения: без онлайн-курса
Охват аудитории: для своего кампуса
Преподаватели: Ли Донгянг, Минко Елена Сергеевна, Нахова Тамилла Ильгаровна, Ри Мун Хи -, Хохлова Елена Анатольевна, Чан Бум Сук
Язык: английский
Кредиты: 23
Контактные часы: 648

Course Syllabus


This course is catered for students with no prior experience in the language. We will start the course by introducing pronunciation, reading, typing, and writing. Great emphasis will be placed upon standard pronunciation, listening comprehension, and everyday “survival” language. Various supplementary listening materials will be used from the beginning of this course to give students an authentic, practical way to learn correct pronunciation and reinforce class lessons. Students will also be exposed to the language and culture via movies and cultural information. After taking this course, learners will have a basic understanding of the Asian language and will be able to conduct basic conversations of daily living such as exchanging personal information, talking about daily arrangements and food, asking about price, introducing the city, talking about hobbies etc. Selected topics and situations come from real life scenarios and can be used for everyday communications. In addition to the dialogues, the selection of reading materials and practice activities will make the content as rich and varied as possible, in order to stimulate the learners’ interests.
Learning Objectives

Learning Objectives

  • The course aims at developing language competence – learning new language units (orthographic, phonetic, lexical, grammar) related to communicative scenarios and topics of the course; learning about language phenomena in the foreign language, about various ways of expressing ideas using the native and foreign languages;
  • The course aims at developing communicative competence – developing communicative skills through speaking, listening, reading and writing in communicative scenarios and topics chosen for the course.
  • The course aims at developing • socio-cultural competence – introducing students to the culture, traditions and realia of the country whose language they are learning; developing skills of presenting their country and its culture when communicating with foreigners.
  • The course aims at developing cognitive competence – developing general and special academic skills; familiarizing students with available ways of autonomous learning of a foreign language and culture, ICT included.
Expected Learning Outcomes

Expected Learning Outcomes

  • Comprehension skills: • Understand main ideas of clear standard input on matters encountered in daily and university life (Intermediate Low level) both in written and oral speech; • Fully understand texts (both oral and written) of Novice High level on topics covered during the course without a dictionary.
  • Producing skills: • Make proper word and grammar choices (Novice High level) and adjust speech and writing register to express intended meaning within topics covered during the course; • Express themselves with fluency and accuracy, both orally and in writing, on matters encountered in daily life (daily routines, likes/dislikes, habits and hobbies) and other topics covered during the course; • Engage in meaningful conversations on a variety of topics covered during the course.
Course Contents

Course Contents

  • Korean Alphabet & Pronunciation
    Korean Alphabet & Pronunciation. Korean consonants and vowel pronunciation/ Number of letter, reading rules. Patchim reading rules. Basic greetings.
  • Greetings
    Vocabulary - Greetings, countries name, professions, major; objects, room facilities. Grammar - 는/은; -이다: 입니다 / 입니까; -이에요 / 예요; -도; -이/-가; 이것 / 그것 / 저것; 있다 / 없다; -의; 누구 Speaking skills - Introducing yourself (name, nationality, profession. college major); expressing pleasure at meeting someone; - Asking someone`s nationality, college major; asking questions “What is it?” “What is it in Korean / Russian?”; - Asking about someone’s major, introducing your major; - Telling what you have or have not. Writing and reading skills - Reading and writing self-introduction.
  • My family
    Grammar - 습니다 / ㅂ니다; 습니까 / ㅂ니까 verb endings - Pronouns - Age quantifiers Vocabulary - Family - Korean numerals Speaking skills - Describing your family, asking questions about someone’s family, their occupation - Telling your age, asking someone’s age - Asking question “Who is it?” Writing and reading skills - Describing of someone’s family
  • Neighborhood
    Grammar - 여기 / 저기 / 거기 - 이 / 가 아니다 - 에 - -하고 - Location words Vocabulary - Places, facilities, public organizations - Times of the day Speaking skills - Asking for and describing the location of the place / object - Making appointment Writing and reading skills - Reading and writing about location on the street, about neighborhood
  • Daily Routines
    Vocabulary - Daily routines - Plans for weekend - Week days - Frequency adverbs Grammar - 에서 - 하다 - -을 / 를 - Informal verb endings –아요 / 어요 / 여요 Speaking skills - Talking about daily activities - Asking people how they spend the weekend, about their daily routines - Telling and asking about schedule Writing and reading - Reading and write about schedule and daily routines
  • College life
    Grammar - Dates - Past tense - -에게 / 한테 / 께 - ㅂ-stem irregular verbs Vocabulary - Korean national holidays - Types of colleges in Russia and Korea, college life (holidays, classes schedule, etc.) Speaking skills - Asking about dates of national holidays, date of birthday, etc. - Telling about past activities - Asking and telling about college life Writing and reading skills - Writing and reading about your college
  • To the college
    Grammar - -에서 – 까지 - -부터 – 까지 - -로 / 으로 - Honorific speech: -시-, -께서 - Verb ending -고 Vocabulary - Sino-korean numerals - Transportation - Verbs used for direction - Honorific nouns Speaking skills - Asking and saying time - Asking for the way to… - Describing route to the college / office, etc. Writing / Reading skills - Reading and writing about routes
  • Visiting friend’s house
    Grammar - -아서 / 어서 / 여서 - Negation 안 / 못 - Exclamative verb ending -네요 - -지만 Vocabulary - 아직, 벌써 adverbs Speaking skills - Giving excuses, refusing the invitation - Explaining the subway route - Giving complement, expressing surprise - Telling about eating habits Writing and reading skills - Reading and writing about visiting friend’s house
  • Restaurant
    Grammar - Descriptive verbs ending –ㄴ / 은 - -으러 / 러 verb ending - -ㄹ래요 - 고 싶다 - -이 / 가 되다 Vocabulary - Korean cuisine - Names of dishes - Taste - Phrasal expressions with dishes names Speaking - Describing favorite food, it’s taste - Making an order in restaurant / café - Talking about cuisine preferences - Telling about dreams Writing and reading skills - Reading and writing about dreams
  • Hobby
    Grammar - -는 verb ending - 동안 - -씩 - -는데 - Future tense -ㄹ 것이다 Vocabulary - Hobbies - Movie, music, literature genres, sports Speaking - Asking and telling about hobbies and favorite movies, books, sports, etc. - Making a polite refuse - Telling about future plans Writing and Reading skills - Reading and writing about hobby and future plans
  • Telephone call
    Grammar - -고 있다 - -ㄹ게요 - -면 verb ending - -면 어때요? - -면 되다 / 안 되다 Vocabulary - Telephone call related words - Daily routine of university professor Speaking - Making a phone call - Asking to speak to someone on the phone - Asking for and giving advice Writing Reading skills - Reading and writing about your professor’s daily routines
  • At the cafe
    Grammar - Quantifier words - -겠- - -만 - 르 stem verbs - -아 / 어 주다 / 드리다 / 주시다 Vocabulary - 어떤 / 무슨 / 어느 - Addresses at public places - Payment Speaking - Making an order at a café - Buying things in supermarket - Asking for a favor Writing and reading skills - Reading and writing about Korean and Russian culture for payment Hanja: Merits and demerits
  • Dormitory
    Grammar - -이/가 - 이것 / 그것 / 저것 - 있다 / 없다 - -의 - 누구 Vocabulary Objects, room facilities, college major Speaking skills - Asking questions “What is it?” “What is it in Korean / Russian?” - Asking about someone’s major, introducing your major - Telling what you have or have not Writing and reading skills - Describing someone’s work office or classroom
  • College club
    Grammar - -ㄹ까요 - -ㅂ시다 verb ending - -와 / 과; -랑 / 이랑 - Negation -지 말다 - 같다 - -ㄹ 것 같다 - -ㄹ 수 있다 / 없다 - ㄷ stem irregular verbs Vocabulary - Types of college clubs Speaking - Telling about your skills and abilities - Talking about behavior prohibited in public places Writing and reading skills - Reading and writing about clubs at your college
Assessment Elements

Assessment Elements

  • non-blocking In-class assignment
    In-class assignment includes quizzes, dialogue practice, conversations, group discussions etc. Quizzes can be given during the first 15 minutes of a class. If you miss a class, you will have a chance to take the quiz you missed. Student who missed a class on a reason will automatically receive zero points for any quizzes and exams that were taken during the class. The student then can change this grade by taking a quiz/test after consulting with the instructor (on the date decided by the instructor) on this matter within a month. If the student does not make up for the missed class within a month, the score “zero” will be transferred into the log sheet and there will be no possibility to change it later.
  • non-blocking Homework
    After every class, you will receive a homework assignment to practice new grammar and vocabulary. It can include the following: 1. Grammar exercises; 2. Online activities for vocabulary practice (www.quizzlet.com); 3. Dialogue: You are required to listen to the dialogue and learn it by heart or repeat after audio not looking in the text. 4. Text: You are required to retell a text using the phrases from the text. 5. Writing text using given vocabulary and grammar.
  • non-blocking Unit test
    The test consists of two parts: 1) Writing test (lexico-grammatical test and sentences or texts for translation from Russian into Korean, listnening task); 2) Interview (students are required to talk to instructor on the topic of the Unit). The format and the topics of the test are subject to change at the discretion of the instructor.
  • non-blocking Mid-term exam
    Exam consists of the writing test (listnening, grammar test and translation from Russian to Korean) and the oral part (Oral exam: 1. Reading, interpreting, talk with the examiner on one of the topic covered during the semester). Student is expected using words, expressions & grammar learned in the class. Platforms: Zoom, MS-Teams
  • non-blocking Final exam
    Exam consists of the writing test (writing an essay on one of the topics covered during the course, listening task and translation from Russian to Korean) and the oral part (Reading and interpreting text and talk with the examiner on one of the topics covered during the semester). Student is expected using words, expressions & grammar learned in the class during the conversation.
Interim Assessment

Interim Assessment

  • Interim assessment (2 module)
    0.12 * Homework + 0.12 * In-class assignment + 0.4 * Mid-term exam + 0.36 * Unit test
  • Interim assessment (4 module)
    0.4 * Final exam + 0.12 * Homework + 0.12 * In-class assignment + 0.36 * Unit test


Recommended Core Bibliography

  • Yeon, J., & Brown, L. (2011). Korean: A Comprehensive Grammar. London: Routledge. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsebk&AN=433863

Recommended Additional Bibliography

  • Insun Lee. (2014). Elementary Korean Workbook : (Downloadable Audio Included). [N.p.]: Tuttle Publishing. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsebk&AN=1567969
  • King, R., Yeon, J., & Recorded Books, I. (2014). Elementary Korean Second Edition : (Downloadable Audio Included). North Clarendon, Vermont: Tuttle Publishing. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsebk&AN=1567968