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논문검색은 역시 페이퍼서치

언어와 문화검색

The language and Culture


  • - 주제 : 어문학분야 > 언어학
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 계간
  • - 국내 등재 : KCI 등재
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 1738-3641
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 :
논문제목
수록 범위 : 12권 4호 (2016)

표준 국어 문법의 구축

유현경 ( Yu Hyun-kyung ) , 한재영 ( Han Jae-young ) , 강현화 ( Kang Hyoun-hwa ) , 구본관 ( Koo Bon-kwan ) , 이진호 ( Lee Jin-ho )
6,600
초록보기
This study, presented in a form of an interim report, is focused on the process of developing a standard Korean language grammar. It aims to examine processes of developing grammatical systems which could be standardized and referenced in Korean linguistics, Korean language education, teaching Korean as a foreign language or simply the language use of the general population. For the aim we examine concepts, characteristics, grammar describing attitude and spectrum of the standard grammar development. We also examine basic principles required for a standardized grammar terminology proposal which is to form a foundation of the standard grammar’s description. Phonology, morphology, syntax and discourse theory related content that has been dealt with up to now is also briefly introduced in the study. (Yonsei University·Hanshin University·Yonsei University·Seoul National University·Chonnam National University)

억양의 기능에 따른 한국어 억양 교육 내용 고찰

권성미 ( Kwon Sung-mi )
6,700
초록보기
The study aims at diagnosing current state of research on Korean intonation for teaching KFL and teaching materials for both KFL teachers and learners and providing implications for teaching intonation. For this, the study, first, categorizes the functions of Korean intonation into four: grammatical function, attitudinal/affective function, discourse function, and sociolinguistic function. The study examines the previous research on interlanguage intonation of Korean, comparative studies between Korean and other languages, and the research on teaching Korean intonation in terms of the four functions. The study also analyzes four introductory textbooks on teaching pronunciation for KFL teachers and two KFL textbooks for the learners. The study, finally, reveals that disparities across the functions in both research areas and teaching materials, and proposes some implications for teaching Korean intonation to KFL learners. (Pukyong University)

영주귀국 사할린 한인의 한국어 교사 경험에 관한 연구

김영순 ( Kim Young-soon ) , 박봉수 ( Park Bong-su )
6,700
초록보기
The purpose of this study is to look into the live ordeals of 4 Korean language teachers who have lived as the witnesses of the history of Hangeul education in Sakhalin of Russia. The experiences of Korean language teachers gained from this study were looked at in two parts: The first part consisted of the life of Korean teachers before the closing down of Chosun schools in 1963, and the second part consisted of the life of teachers who taught their mothers tongue which they attained in their twilight years after the year 1988. The life of Korean teachers before closing down of Chosun schools was arranged into “my parents are my first Hangeul teachers”, “plowing the field of Korean education on frozen soil”, “Korean education which lost without the chance of blooming”. As for the life of teachers who attained their mother tongue in their twilight years after 1988, they were composed of “the echoing sound of reading Hangeul after 25 years”, “the struggle for the competence strengthening of the teachers of the mother tongue”, “advocating ethnic pride through Korean education.” The experiences of Korean teachers in this study made it possible to escape from the paternalistic views of studies previously done on Sakhalin Koreans. (Inha University)

교사 자질 분석을 통해 본 한국어 교사 교육

김재욱 ( Kim Jae-wook )
5,900
초록보기
The purpose of this study to determine Korean language institutes’ needs of Korean teacher’s qualifications through an analysis of recruitment notices for Korean language teachers (total 283 cases) and the recruiting processes of major Korean language institutes (application review, teaching demonstrations, and interviews, 9 cases). Based on this analysis, this study recommends content and methods for Korean language teacher training. Through an examination recruitment notices, approximately 82% of the notices required teaching experience, and 61% of the notices mention foreign language skills as mandatory or preferred qualification. Therefore, it is necessary to establish a practical system to practice teaching in an authentic Korean class situation for the students who are major in teaching Korean language to obtain ‘work experience.’ Also, foreign language related subjects must be offered to satisfy the needs of recruitment notices, and to develop a ‘learner’s perspective experience.’ The most important element of the application review is one’s teaching Korean career. One’s major is second, and one’s teaching qualifications or teacher training certification is considered third. The most important elements of the recruitment notices are the Korean teaching experience and major. As for the teaching demonstration, explaining the grammar effectively, the power of delivery with voice and way of applicant’s speaking, preparation, and teaching style which is suitable for its institute were considered important. For the interview, the applicant’s attitude was considered the most important, and the answer for the question is considered second, and the applicant’s enthusiasm and personality are ranked equally. The current curriculum for Korean language teaching and Korean teacher training are organized based on the standardized curriculum established by the Framework Act of the National Language Enforcement. However, it differs from what the academic research or the Korean language institutes wants for their Korean teachers’ qualifications. The expectation of this study is that its contents are reflected on the curriculum of Korean language teaching departments and teacher training, so that it can help to equip higher qualifications for Korean teachers. (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)

중국 대학에서의 한국어 번역인재 양성 방안 연구

박애양 ( Park Ai-yang )
한국언어문화교육학회|언어와 문화  12권 4호, 2016 pp. 103-130 ( 총 28 pages)
6,800
초록보기
While some organizations show a tendency of reinforcing education for translation talent in the work force, the reality is even such curriculums emphasize the practical skills related to the cultural linguistics and skills necessary for employment post graduation. It can be said, that there is a necessity to foster translation talent in China who can ensure readability beyond genre in the future. This study, with vested interest in the fostering and vitalization of translation talent for Korean in China, assessed and sought the issues and needs of fostering plans for translation talent in Chinese Universities. Primarily, suggestions for infrastructure including participants in the education (the students an the instructors), education process and objectives, curriculum (text and lesson plan) have been made as well as those of the external structures such as educational resources (joint efforts with the graduate studies, programs for supplementary education, learner participatory programs, and building a network of translators have been suggested. Having numerous talent translating Korean literature in China means there will be an elevation in status of Korean culture in China. There is a need for continued interest in developing plans to foster and raise translating talent in efforts of strengthening and broadening the Korean-Chinese relationship. (Shandong University)

문화교육의 일환으로서의 한국어 교육-『훈민정음』의 내용을 중심으로-

윤교찬 ( Yoon Kyo-chan )
한국언어문화교육학회|언어와 문화  12권 4호, 2016 pp. 131-149 ( 총 19 pages)
5,900
초록보기
This paper is based on the view that hangeul is itself one of the most significant culture codes of Korea. According to Hunminjeongeum, hangeul is created upon the traditional Korean cultural ideas such as Yin-Yang and Five Elements code. Thus, for more effective learning of hangeul and Korean traditional culture, especially for the students from western cultures, first thing would be not so much to teach them technical or theoretical features of hangeul as to let them acquainted with Korean culture codes explicated in Hunminjeongeum. This can contribute to their more effectively overcoming the language ‘interference’ coming from the difference between their native language and hangeul. Moreover, letting the learners exposed to living cultural features which reflect hangeul’s culture codes would help them see hangeul not just as a symbolic sign system but as one of the most effective living communication tools through which they can appreciate not only hangeul but also diverse traditional Korean cultures. (Hannam University)

한국문화교육에서의 문화지능 적용 연구-‘문화적 선입견 다루기’전략을 중심으로-

이명애 ( Lee Myeong Ae ) , 박광옥 ( Park Kwang Ok ) , 이지양 ( Lee Ji Yang )
한국언어문화교육학회|언어와 문화  12권 4호, 2016 pp. 151-175 ( 총 25 pages)
6,500
초록보기
This study aims to apply cultural intelligence (CQ: Cultural Quotient) which is a more developed concept from intercultural competence to Korean Culture Education. CQ is the capability to enhance your effectiveness working and living in culturally diverse situations. CQ is something to be developed and learned through education. To prove this, we conducted an experimental class in korean culture education. How to manage our cultural stereotyping was the topic of the class, as stereotyping is one of the main issues to be handled in culture education. Participants took a CQ test before and after the class. As a result of the experiment, participants showed the significant improvement of the scores of their cultural strategy and total CQ. As an efficient addressing method of diversity in this ‘Glocalization’ world, CQ deserves to be more systematically researched and adapted in Korean Culture Education. (The Catholic University of Korea)

플립 러닝(Flipped Learning)을 활용한 토론 교육 방안 연구

이정연 ( Lee Jung-youn )
한국언어문화교육학회|언어와 문화  12권 4호, 2016 pp. 177-209 ( 총 33 pages)
7,300
초록보기
This study seeks to find ways to improve debate skills using flipped learning. Learners of Korean for Academic Purpose (KAP) are required to go through more extensive steps in order to debate in Korean compared to the native speakers of Korean for they need logical and linguistic abilities along with comprehension. Therefore, a flipped learning-based lesson plan, which is a more learner-centered approach, is proposed to aid the learners. For step-by-step learning of debate skills, the learners preview the lesson and hold a discussion in class with the instructor for any questions or difficulties they have encountered. The education model consists of ‘pre-class activity’, ‘in-class activity’, and ‘after-class activity’. Pre-class activity is comprised of online provision of information on the topic and video lectures about expressions and structure. The learners then compose a rhetorical writing stating their stance on the topic. In-class activity is comprised of questions and answers component to confirm their level of understanding. The learners holding the same opinion are grouped together to have a discussion to better prepare for the debate, which is followed by the actual debate. After the debate, the instructor provides feedback and evaluation of the learners’ performance. After-class activity is comprised of the revision of their rhetorical writing based on the newly acquired information or perspectives. Finally, a practical example of a lesson that is based on flipped learning is proposed in order to realize such education model in an actual classroom. (Ewha Womans University)

‘대중예술’이라는 용어의 문제점-관념적 모순과 지시대상의 모호성을 중심으로-

이종훈 ( Lee Jong-hoon )
한국언어문화교육학회|언어와 문화  12권 4호, 2016 pp. 211-238 ( 총 28 pages)
6,800
초록보기
Despite of the accumulation of discussions, We still can’t confirm the consistent identity of the popular art. Up to recently, Most researchers have depended on the inductive analysis of the concrete works to find the identity of the popular art. But now we need to check carefully if the term ‘popular art’ has any problems or not. ‘popular art’ as a term has two kinds of abstract contradictions in its concept and the ambiguity of referent. The first contradiction is that the concept of the past connoted in this word is not valid any longer in these days. And the second is that the word has implied contradiction from the first. And because of the term means an abstract notion, that can not represent any substance entirely. That is also a limitation of the ‘popular art’ as a term. In addition, it is a problem of this term that the identities of the ‘masses’ changes a lot of at latest. With researching these points, this study was able to show how incongruent the term ‘popular art’ is nowadays. (Daeduk College)
6,300
초록보기
The Purpose of this research is categorizing the meaning of Korean Conjunctive Endings “~ eunde/neunde’ by situations and finding the presenting sequence of situations. This research adopted the theory of figure-ground for analyzing meaning by situations and the theory of subjectification for finding the presenting sequence. As a result, this research finds meanings by situations, comparison, turning-over, explanation, order, suggestion, unexpected situations, question. This research proposes the presenting sequence for Korean education materials which are unexpected situation - explanation - question - turning over situation - comparison - order and suggestion. This presenting sequence based on a person’s cognition could be used for making education materials and could be helpful for learners to understand satiations where “~eunde/neunde’ can be used. (KookMin University)
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