Level Two Korean B (4) This is the fourth semester course of sequenced Korean study at Penn State. It is the Advanced-Intermediate course.
KOR 110 Level Two Korean B (4)
This is the second part of intermediate Korean and a continuation of Korean 3 offered at Penn State. Classroom activities will be built around the textbook lessons and all activities will be designed such that students will have multiple opportunities to practice listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Pedagogical materials also include the use of multi-media based authentic language samples from a variety of modalities (spoken, written, and computer mediated) produced for Korean nationals (e.g., tv dramas, movies, magazines, internet sites and blogs, essays, short stories, magazine articles, advertisements). These will supplement the textbook and will provide insights into daily life in Korea, sociocultural values of the Korean people, as well as a broader representation of Korean language, history, literature, and culture. Students will also work within various genres of Korean discourse and literature and learn to recognize and accurately use the particular language styles that are associated with those genres.
Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.