2011년 9월 12일 월요일

Course Information

Course Offering Sequence in 2017-2018 Academic Year

Fall 2017
Winter 2018
Spring 2018
LTKO 1A
LTKO 2A
LTKO 3
LTKO 1B
LTKO 2B
LTKO 3
LTKO 149
LTKO 1C
LTKO 2C
LTKO 149


Course Structure
LTKO 1A, 1B, 1C & LTKO 2A, 2B, 2C meet five times a week in class.
LTKO 3A, 3B, 3C meets four times a week in class.


Course Materials
LTKO 1A, 1B, 1C
1. Fun Fun Korean 1 & 2 (available at the bookstore in Price Center)
2. Fun Fun Korean Workbook 1 & 2 (same as above)
3. Korean-English & English-Korean dictionaries
  
LTKO 2A, 2B, 2C
1. Fun Fun Korean 3 & 4 (available at the bookstore in Price Center)
2. Fun Fun Korean Workbook 3 & 4 (same as above)
3. Essential Korean Idioms (same as above)
4. Korean-English & English-Korean dictionaries
  
LTKO 3A, 3B, 3C
1. Fun Fun Korean 5 & 6 (available at the bookstore in Price Center)
2. Fun Fun Korean Workbook 5 & 6 (same as above)
3. Korean-English & English-Korean dictionaries


Course Requirements
1) Attendance
Attendance at every class is mandatory. Exceptions will be made only for occasions in which official documentation for the absence can be obtained (i.e. medical emergency, etc.) Official document will be required for each excused absence. Two absences are permitted without affecting the student's grade. Each subsequent absence will result point deduction from the total points. If your absences are 10 times or more, you will automatically get an F.
2) Participation
Active participation in class discussion and activities are key components of the course. The primary language used in class is Korean. Students are not permitted to speak English while in class, especially with regarding to issues unrelated to the lessons. Each tardiness (10 minutes or more) will result point deduction from the total points. Students are also expected to bring all handouts (will be posted on the Korean language course Blackboard)/textbook/workbook/course package required for each class. If any of them are missing, points will be deducted.
3) Homework assignments (including reading assignments by due dates)
Late homework assignments will NOT be accepted.
4) Presentation
Students will perform group or individual presentations during the quarter. In general, the evaluator will check your preparation, fluency, grammar, pronunciation, sentence structure, vocabulary, and reaction from the audience. The detail guideline will be given in class.
5) Bi-weekly exams and Final exam
Exams cover only materials discussed in class. There will be NO make-up exams without a reasonable absence. To take a make-up exam, an official document according for the absence will be required. In case a student wants to take a make-up exam without an official document, he/she will get 70% points of the total.


Grading Policy (Sample: LTKO 2A)
Your final course grade will be determined by your performance on several components of your activities.

1) Attendance (3 pnt) and Participation (7 pnt)               10 points * 50 times = 500 points
2) Homework assignments                                            
    Grammar / Reading RCQ                                            10 points * 20 times = 200 points
    Writing (double-space minimum 2 pages)                  20 points * 5 times = 100 points
3) Oral presentation                                                                     
    Speech Practice                                                            50 points * 4 times = 200 points
4) Bi-weekly exams                                                         100 points * 3 times = 300 points
5) Final exam                                                                   200 points * 1 time = 200 points   
                                                                                         (Total 1500 points)


In order to acknowledge achievements and monitor progress, Korean language program needs a realistic and meaningful system for grading performance. In general, I award "A" grade to acknowledge achievements that go beyond specified course requirements and criteria. By its nature, this type of performance cannot always be spelled out explicitly in advance. As are reserved for special efforts that exceeds expectations by demonstrating exceptional linguistic abilities, skills, development, commitment, or creativity. In this course, B, C, and D grades are awarded for praiseworthy, above average performance, satisfactory, average performance, and minimum passing performance, respectively. Those who do not satisfy the minimum course standard will be assigned F grades.

             A- = 90 - 92.9 %                   A = 93 - 100 %
             B- = 80 - 82.9 %                   B = 83 - 86.9 %                          B+ = 87 - 89.9 %
             C- = 70 - 79.9 %                   C = 73 - 76.9 %                          C+ = 77 - 79.9 %
             D- = 60 - 69.9 %                   D = 63 - 66.9 %                         D+ = 67 - 69.9 %  
             F = 0 - 59.9 %
   
STUDENTS SHOULD BE AWARE THAT THEY MUST BE PLACED INTO APPROPRIATE LEVELS ON THE BASIS OF THE INSTRUCTOR’S EVALUATION.


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