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Park, B. Nam – 1969
Volume Two of the Korean Basic Course contains Units 29 through 47. Most units consist of (1) a basic dialog, (2) notes on the basic dialog, (3) additional vocabulary and phrases, (4) grammar notes, (5) drills, (6) a supplementary dialog for comprehension, (7) a narrative for comprehension and reading, and (8) exercises. Two of the last units…
Descriptors: Grammar, Instructional Materials, Intensive Language Courses, Korean
Defense Language Inst., Washington, DC. – 1967
This volume contains all the lexical items introduced in the Korean Basic Course. (See ED 024 943 for a description of Lesson Units 1-112.) The lexical items are arranged in the traditional dictionary order (explained in the Foreword) and indexed according to the lesson unit in which they appeared. The second half of the volume contains charts…
Descriptors: Charts, Consonants, Glossaries, Instructional Materials
Defense Language Inst., Washington, DC. – 1971
This is the first of 7 readers for continuation training in Korean after the completion of the "Korean Basic Course" prepared by the Defense Language Institute. Units 1-11 are practical situation dialogues written for the course and center on topics related to sports, social events, police administration, and dialects. Interviews with key…
Descriptors: Cultural Education, Educational Policy, Government (Administrative Body), Instructional Materials
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Park, B. Nam – 1968
Volume I of the Korean Basic Course provides introductory materials for the student who wishes to achieve a working command of the language currently spoken by an estimated 40 to 43 million people on the Korean Peninsula and in Japan, Manchuria, and the Soviet Union. The linguistic content is based on the speech of educated Koreans in Seoul, the…
Descriptors: Grammar, Instructional Materials, Intensive Language Courses, Korean
Defense Language Inst., Washington, DC. – 1971
This is the second of seven readers, prepared by the Defense Language Institute, for continuation training in Korean after the Basic Course. The 20 reading lessons, printed in Korean script, have been drawn from several readers published by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Korea in 1970. Each unit concludes with a set of questions and…
Descriptors: Cultural Education, Instructional Materials, Intensive Language Courses, Korean
Defense Language Inst., Washington, DC. – 1972
This is the fifth in a series of seven readers designed for continuation training in the Defense Language Institute's Basic Course in Korean. Twelve articles, drawn from several readers published by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Korea in 1970, focus on Korean letters, life, and customs. The reader is to be used for development of…
Descriptors: Basic Skills, Conversational Language Courses, Cultural Education, Intensive Language Courses
Defense Language Inst., Washington, DC. – 1971
Designed to serve as an introduction to some aspects of Korean culture and civilization, this text consists largely of lectures on various topics prepared by staff members of the Defense Language Institute. The major section on the Republic of South Korea includes information on: (1) the historical setting; (2) the politico-military complex; (3)…
Descriptors: Art Expression, Cultural Education, Educational Policy, Foreign Policy
Castro-Peet, Alma Sandra – ProQuest LLC, 2017
Purpose: This study explored a technological contribution to education made by the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center (DLIFLC) in the formative assessment field. The purpose of this quantitative correlational study was to identify the relationship between online formative (Online Diagnostic Assessment; ODA) and summative (Defense…
Descriptors: Formative Evaluation, Academic Achievement, Semitic Languages, Second Language Learning
Defense Language Inst., Washington, DC. – 1962
The materials presented in this intermediate-advanced refresher course in Korean are intended for those who have already had considerable intensive training in spoken and written Korean. Lessons 1-70 (the first seven weeks of the course) aim to "maintain and develop habitual responses in the use of words and sentences dealing with high…
Descriptors: Audiolingual Methods, Cultural Context, Grammar, Instructional Materials
Martin, Samuel E.; Lee, Young-Sook C. – 1969
A "model of structural linguistic analysis as well as a teaching tool," this text is designed to give the student a comprehensive grasp of the essentials of modern Korean in 25 lessons, with 5 review lessons, leading to advanced levels of proficiency. It is intended to be used by adult students working either in classes or by themselves,…
Descriptors: Audiolingual Methods, Autoinstructional Aids, Contrastive Linguistics, Grammar
Moreno, Kirstin Heather – ProQuest LLC, 2009
This study highlights the complexities associated with learning a heritage language (HL) abroad, specifically with regard to identity, expectations, and beliefs about language and language learning, by examining the ways that HL learners talk about themselves. These are important topics to study because perceptions of language learning have been…
Descriptors: Web Sites, Electronic Publishing, Heritage Education, Focus Groups
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Perfetti, Charles A.; Liu, Ying – Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 2005
According to the Universal Writing System Constraint, all writing systems encode language, and thus reflect basic properties of the linguistic system they encode. According to a second universal, the Universal Phonological Principle, the activation of word pronunciations occurs for skilled readers across all writing systems. We review recent…
Descriptors: Phonology, Semantics, Written Language, Reading Processes
Center for Applied Linguistics, Washington, DC. Language/Area Reference Center. – 1985
The materials status report for Korean is one of a series intended to provide the nonspecialist with a picture of the availability and quality of texts for teaching a given language to English speakers. The report consists of: (1) a brief narrative description of the language, the areas where it is spoken, its major dialects, its writing system,…
Descriptors: Content Analysis, Dialects, Dictionaries, Difficulty Level
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Department of Defense, Washington, DC. – 1970
This language guide, written for United States Armed Forces personnel, serves as an introduction to the Korean language and presents important words and phrases for use in normal conversation. Linguistic expressions are classified under the following categories: (1) greetings and general phrases, (2) location, (3) directions, (4) numbers, (5)…
Descriptors: Armed Forces, Autoinstructional Aids, Basic Skills, Conversational Language Courses