BA2 students in Korean Studies who successfully completed Korean2 or equivalent can enroll.
Expanding one’s vocabulary is crucial to become fluent in another language. The main aim of this course is to provide students with intensive Korean vocabulary learning opportunity. By learning basic 한자 and formation of words, students will have deeper understanding of a word and develop strategies to learn and use vocabulary in context.
By the end of this course, students are expected to (or will be able to):
Gain 1200+ new items of vocabulary, commonly used in daily and academic/professional context;
Have better understanding of the meaning and the usage of words by learning basic 한자 and word formation;
Develop strategies for new vocabulary learning and long-term vocabulary retention.
The timetables are available through My Timetable.
Mode of instruction
Assessment and Weighing
Final grades will be determined according to the following formula:
Weekly Quiz: 10%
Threee written exams with closed questions and short open questions: 90%
No resit for a missed weekly quiz.
A student who fails to receive 6.0 or higher in each of the written exams should resit.
Midterm resits will take place within two weeks of the original exam date. The exact date will be announced on Brightspace.
Inspection and feedback
Within one weeks after an exam, date and time for exam debriefing session will be announced via Brighspace in order for students to review their exam.
Yŏnse Taehakkyo. (2014). Korean vocabulary practice for foreigners; Intermediate Level (중급 외국인을 위한 한국어 어휘 연습) . Yonsei University Press. Seoul. ISBN: 9788971419663
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For questions about enrolment, admission, etc, contact the Education Administration Office: VRIESHOF
As is the case for all Korean Studies courses, a strict attendance policy will be enforced. Attendance in all lectures and seminars is expected. Failure to attend results in a lower grade. If you do not attend more than three classes (per 5EC), you will not be able to continue attending the classes and your exam and/or paper may not be graded by the instructor(s). If you have a valid reason for absence, you may get dispensation from this rule, but this requires that you consult the coordinator of studies.