This course is only available for students in the BA International Studies programme who have passed Korean 1 Beginners and Korean 2 Pre-Intermediate.
TThe course Korean 3 Intermediate builds on the essential linguistic knowledge and practical skills gained during the previous courses Korean 1 & 2, to further develop an intermediate level in speaking, listening, reading and writing competence in Korean. Students will deal with more grammar and linguistic proficiency than before. Students will at the same time learn how to apply gained knowledge to actual and correct usage of the language through interactive and communicative activities during the classes, next to the assignments of writing and grammar exercises.
This course enables the student to achieve an overall level A2 of the Common European Framework of Regerence (CEFR).
This course is the last course in a series of three language acquisition courses within the International Studies program. The final objective of this course series is to obtain an intermediate level of proficiency in Korean, aimed at communication with people in the region in everyday social situations and enabling students to follow current affairs in the region via various media.
Mode of instruction
Two two-hour tutorials every week, with the exception of the midterm exam week. Attending all tutorial sessions is compulsory. With online education, it is more important than ever to maintain communication and stay in touch with your study groups. For this reason, if you are unable to attend a session, it is required that you inform your tutor in advance. Please note that being absent at any tutorial session may have a negative impact on the grade of the assignment due for that particular tutorial session. This is at the discretion of the tutor.
Assessment and Weighing
Written / oral exam and quiz
Home assignment and attendance
|Midterm written/oral exam||35%|
|Final written/oral exam||45%|
|Home assignment and attendance||15%|
To successfully complete the course, please take note that the End Grade of the course is established by determining the weighted average of the in-class oral and listening performance, and written exams.
The End Grade needs to be a 6.0 or higher to pass the course.
If the End Grade is insufficient (lower than a 6.0), there is a possibility of retaking the full 80% of the exam material (exams, quizzes, Midterm Exam and Final Exam). No resit for the tutorial (participation and homework) is possible.
Exam review and feedback
How and when an exam review will take place will be disclosed together with the publication of the exam results at the latest. If a student requests a review within 30 days after publication of the exam results, an exam review will have to be organized.
Song-Hee Kim et.al. 2008. Sogang Korean New Series Student’s book 2B. Hawoo.
Song-Hee Kim et.al. 2008. Sogang Korean New Series Workbook 2B. Hawoo.
Enrolment through uSis for Tutorials is mandatory.
Students will be enrolled for Exams by the Administration Office, as long as they have a valid Tutorial enrolment.
To be announced
When contacting lecturers or tutors, please include your full name, student number, and tutorial group number.
Please use your University email-address (uMail) when communicating with any person or department within Leiden University.
This course uses an integrated communicative language learning method. Therefore active participation in the classroom activities is essential for successful learning outcomes.