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논문검색은 역시 페이퍼서치

한국어 교육검색

Journal of Korean Language Education


  • - 주제 : 어문학분야 > 국어학
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 계간
  • - 국내 등재 : KCI 등재
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 1225-6137
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 :
논문제목
수록 범위 : 30권 1호 (2019)

한국어교육을 위한 연발 표현 연구 -‘-자마자, -기가 무섭게’를 중심으로-

김연금 ( Yeon-geum Kim )
6,600
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Learners want to know which grammatical pattern expressions can provide particular discourse functions and how to distinguish the usage of these grammatical pattern expressions with the same semantic function. In this regard, this study attempts to examine the distinctive usage of expressions that have the meaning of consecutive events. While ‘-jamaja’ and ‘-giga museobge’ appear to have significant similarities of meaning in that the behavior and events of the antecedent clause first happens and subsequently those of the following clause occur. ‘-jamaja’ and ‘-giga museobge’ semantically have immediacy and contingency, but they are pragmatically and syntactically different. Only a few of the differences are noted in various Korean textbooks and Korean dictionaries. Therefore, the purpose of the study is to analyze semantic, pragmatic, syntactic differences between ‘-jamaja’ and ‘-giga museobge’. First, it analyzed Korean textbooks and dictionaries how ‘-jamaja’ and ‘-giga museobge’ meaning and usage is presented. Based on this analysis, it analyzes the semantic, pragmatic, syntactic differences of ‘-jamaja’ and ‘-giga museobge’. (Chungbuk University)

한국어 교재의 ‘-이/히/리/기-’ 피동 단원 분석과 교수 방안 제시

김영일 ( Kim Young-il )
국제한국어교육학회|한국어 교육  30권 1호, 2019 pp. 27-63 ( 총 37 pages)
7,700
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This paper aims to examine the presentation aspects of ‘-i/hi/li/gi-’ passive unit appearing in Korean textbooks, define problems, and create barriers to complement them. As a result of examining the textbooks of 15 universities, three problems were found in the presentation of the passive unit. First, the learning objective is to memorize the passive verbs themselves in which each affix is combined, rather than create proper passive sentences appropriately using passive verbs. Second, the list of passive verbs in textbooks contains mixed passive verbs that do not fulfill the original features of passive verbs. Further, only passive verbs without sample sentences are presented. Third, there are many difficulties in teaching and learning situations by presenting various passive sentences without identifying various passive sentences with differences in their features. To solve these problems, it was emphasized that the core of the passive unit is to learn passive verbs and further create passive sentences by taking the educational contents of the passive unit to a sentence level rather than a word level. Also, the paper asserted that considering the features and differences in passive sentences, the passive sentences be divided and presented by type and teach students the rules and constraints for creating passive sentences in order. (Soongsil University)
6,500
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The purpose of this study is to analyze the relation between college admission policies for international students and their Korean language proficiency, and the relation between admission policies related to Korean language proficiency and Korean language education of Korean learners for academic purposes. Admission policies related to Korean language proficiency are very important to international candidates, so in order to recruit international students more effectively, universities define and implement their own admission policies. However, not only the contents of these policies are very complicated, but also universities’ policies are very different, so there is a need to conduct further research. Moreover, these admission policies will have a great impact on the Korean language education of learners for academic purposes, so it is also necessary to do a research to analyze this. Considering such factors as the number of students, policies’ typicality and diversity, ten four-year universities’ admission policies are chosen as the research object. In this study, admission policies’ content and characteristics are analyzed separately. And on the basis of the analysis results, the implications for Korean language education are suggested. (Korea University)
6,000
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The study polled 165 Chinese-speaking Korean learners with TOPIK certificates: 55 beginning, 23 intermediate, 32 level 4, 26 level 5, and 55 level 6 learners. By type, it was found that the ratio of the use of the connective endings gradually increased as the proficiency level increased, but the ratio of use of conjunctive adverbs decreased. At all levels, it seems that Korean learners in Chinese language used more connections than those in Chinese. In particular, when advanced learners connect sentences to beginning and intermediate learners, they tend to prefer linking word endings before conjunctive adverbs. By definition, we could see that Korean learners in Chinese language made more use of their conjunctive endings at all levels than those in connection, regardless of their proficiency in conflict, home, condition, and yield relationships. However, more conjunctive adverbs were used in beginning, intermediate and advanced levels for causative and selective relationships, rather than conjunctive endings. Through this, we found that Korean learners in Chinese language did not prefer connective endings at all levels, and we found that there were some cases in which they chose connecting adverbs before connecting them at certain stages. (Dongguk University)
6,100
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This paper is based on the 2018 Korean Language (prospective) Teacher Overseas Practical Training Assistance Project (Central Asian region) and its theoretical background. The project is followed by the 2017 Korean Language (prospective) Teacher Overseas Dispatch and Practical Training Assistance Project (Almaty, Kazakhstan region), and therefore, this paper addresses issues regarded important in the 2nd year’s task including a needs analysis, developmental and continuous application. In terms of the scale of the program, it discusses characteristics of prospective teachers for the training program and the development of ‘Short-term Korean language classes (Immersion Program)’ to meet the local needs. In addition, from the qualitative aspect, it looks into how to provide diverse programs to help prospective teachers accumulate overseas field experiences and exchanges with local students and teachers. Also, it explores theoretical background and implementation of customized training that was provided to enhance the competence of local teachers. (Kookmin University)
6,600
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The purpose of this study is to examine how the intensity of refusal in Korean is recognized depending on the refusal strategy and to find out what types of response follow such refusal. For this purpose, the recognition of the intensity of refusal and the response from Koreans and Chinese advanced learners were compared focusing on the situations of request-refusal that occur in close personal relationships. According to the experiment, there were differences between Koreans and Chinese advanced learners in the recognition of the intensity of refusal in each strategy; however, both groups recognized the level of the intensity of refusal strategies in the order of ‘explanation> statement of alternative>future acceptance>denial of ability’. In recognizing the intensity of refusal, differences between groups were statistically significant in most strategies. On the other hand, the types of responses following the refusal strategy showed that the two groups had different rates of acceptance and re-required responses depending on the refusal strategy. Differences between the two groups such as the use of details and expressions, as well as unique responses that were given only by Koreans could be identified. This study gave meaningful insight into the recognition of the intensity of refusal depending on the refusal strategy and the consequent speech acts while examining the responses that were not covered much in the studies on adjacent pairs. Also, while existing studies were conducted mainly through drama analysis, it would be meaningful to subdivide the types of responses based on the collection of actual utterances from Koreans and compare them with the responses from Chinese learners of Korean to identify the difference. (Dalian University of Foreign Languages Ewha Womans University)
6,800
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This study aims to improve the translation capability of Korean majors in Chinese universities, and to explore more effective strategies to guide teaching. At present, although the Korean language education in Chinese universities attaches great importance to the training of the learners’ translation capability, teaching methods are still limited and outdated. Moreover, Korean majors in Chinese universities are learning Korean in the form of KFL (Korean as a foreign language), so the language environment that can be provided to learners in their daily life is also limited. In order to overcome the existing problems in Korean translation education, it is necessary and urgent to find out more effective learning strategies of Korean-Chinese and Chinese-Korean translation and to use them to guide teaching. By means of questionnaires, the study analyzes the current teaching methods used in Korean translation education in Chinese universities. The results show that both teachers and students show positive attitudes towards the use of new teaching methods and strategies to guide the learning process in the translation education. Therefore, systematic and long-term learning strategy training is necessary in order to improve learners’ language proficiency and their independent learning capabilities. This study is centered on Korean majors in Chinese universities, and explores effective teaching-learning schemes using meta-cognitive strategies for the development of Korean translation teaching based on CALLA. Therefore, this study first reveals the theoretical background of meta-cognition theory and discusses the environment of Korean translation education in Chinese universities. Furthermore, it explores the teaching principles and the teaching-learning direction and procedure of the meta-cognition strategy in Korean translation education based on CALLA. Finally, after the training of students’ meta-cognition learning strategy, the author concludes that this strategy has produced positive results for Korean translation teaching. (Sun Yat-sen University Busan University of foreign studies)

플립러닝 기반 한국어 말하기 수업 적용 연구 -중국 내 한국어 전공자를 대상으로-

장회매 ( Zhang Huimei ) , 김중섭 ( Jung Sup Kim )
국제한국어교육학회|한국어 교육  30권 1호, 2019 pp. 187-207 ( 총 21 pages)
6,100
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The research is based on the recent high-profile new teaching model, “flipped learning”. The aim of the research is to practice teaching Korean speaking in China. For Chinese Korean learners, the most difficult part of Korean learning is the speaking component. Therefore, carrying out Korean speaking class based on flipped learning is very necessary. To this end, the study designed the flipped learning model and conducted the actual teaching. A total of 88 students are from 3 classes consisting of 2nd year students of a university in Weihai city, Shandong Province, and the period of three courses in each class was from March 5 to 23, 2018. After 3 weeks of teaching, a questionnaire was set up using a Likert scale and a professional platform named Wenjuanxing. A satisfaction survey was also conducted using WeChat through mobile phone. According to the findings, more than 70% of learners thought the courses very satisfying and interesting. They also believed this teaching approach can encourage the communication between teachers and learners and further communication between the students. Besides, they also gave a positive response to the unfamiliar “publishing activity”. Although these several courses cannot change the traditional teaching mode in China completely, the attitude and understanding of the future education will change constantly with the times in the rapidly growing China. As to Korean language teaching, it is also expected to make new attempts in other fields besides the interesting flipped leaning model. (Kyung Hee University)
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