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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
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Adkins, Tabetha; Meyer, Connie – Composition Studies, 2014
The course described here was designed especially for students enrolled in a collaborative program between Texas A&M University-Commerce and Konkuk University in South Korea. This course was created specifically for students who did not earn a qualifying score on a standardized placement exam required of all first-year students for enrollment…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Partnerships in Education, Cooperative Programs, Universities
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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. – 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