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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 4호 (2019)
6,300
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The purpose of this study was to analyze teacher’s questions in Korean class for Korean language learners who majored in business administration. As a starting point of the study, this study aimed to analyze the frequency of teacher’s questions and its types as well as in the teaching-learning process. After the teacher’s questions in the Korean class for academic purpose were recorded and transcribed, the types of questions by the level of class were analyzed. A total number of questions were 649 and especially, Echoic question accounted for 48% which was the highest percentage, followed by epistemic questions(30.4%) and expended questions(20.6%). Further studies are required to analyze aspects of interaction of learners depending on the teacher’s questions by the teaching-learning steps, develop the question strategy and analyze the effective and noneffective questions for the learners as well. (Honam University)
6,700
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This paper examined the characteristics of intrasentential code-switching in Overseas Chinese Language in the Korea and Taiwan. After they entered into Korean Peninsula in 1882, Overseas Chinese in Korea(OCK) became a bilingual community. It focused on their natural discourse and analyzed their intrasentential code-switching structure. As a result of analyzing their spoken corpus(18 reporters, 116' 14'', 3,003 sentence tokens), the frequency data came out in the order of ‘Korean > mixed language > Chinese’. And it revealed that the generation factor and geographical factor in OCK co-related when they speak privately. OCK variation structure could be divided into lexical variation, grammatical marker variation and syntactic variation, and accounted for 12.3% (370/3,003) of the total sentence tokens. Particularly, those variants have been influenced by Korean interference, and OCK used to code switch under we-code communication even in adults. (Chinese Culture University, Taiwan)

한국어 의사소통을 위한 사회문화적 배경 지식의 개념과 구성 요소 설정 연구

김수은 ( Su Eun Kim )
국제한국어교육학회|한국어 교육  30권 4호, 2019 pp. 53-75 ( 총 23 pages)
6,300
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The purpose of this study is to emphasize that ‘sociocultural competence’ is needed for explaining communicative competence. Also, it investigates the concept of sociocultural competence and the detailed components of sociocultural competence. Sociocultural competence is the ability that senses and interprets the context and sociocultural characteristic in communication and produces appropriate messages thereafter. Besides, we need sociocultural background knowledge to manifest sociocultural competence. For this reason, this study tried to explain the configuration list and process of sociocultural background knowledge to take an approach from reviewing advanced researches and synthesizing opinions from seven Korean education experts including the researcher. As a result, this study explains that there are contexts of socio-cultural background and conversation within sociocultural background knowledge and language is based on these components. The participants of conversation deliver the appropriate message in consideration of a particular conversation context based on sociocultural characteristics. (Gwangju University)
6,400
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The purpose of this study is to find out if the tasks in Korean textbooks are composed of contents in accord with Whole-Brain Learning which fosters a creative and well-rounded person. The analysis criteria are prepared based on the development criteria for learning programming taking into account the functional differences and characteristics of the left and right brain, and the criteria are used to analyze four tasks for primary students in standard Korean textbooks developed by the National Institute of Korean Language in 2017. The aspect of standard Korean language performance, which was divided into expressive and understanding activities, showed that certain performance patterns were limited in particular textbooks. The analysis of the predominant factor of the left and right brain showed that the tasks of the left brain’s dominant element were many, while the right brain’s tasks were very few. This showed that the task should be organized to enable Whole-Brain Learning. Since all human actions and thought process are conducted by the brain, and that education is needed to help the overall and harmonious use of the brain in order to train creative and well-rounded person, the principle of Whole-Brain Learning is premised in the course of education. Furthermore, textbooks for equal use of left and right brain should be presented first. (PuKyong National University)

‘-지 않을 수 없다’의 의미 분석 및 교육 방안

박진완 ( Jinwan Park )
국제한국어교육학회|한국어 교육  30권 4호, 2019 pp. 101-127 ( 총 27 pages)
6,700
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This research aims to conduct a corpus study on the meanings of ‘-ji anhoel su eops-’ and their application to Korean language education. An analysis of 4,563 examples of ‘-ji anhoel su eops-’ in the “21st Century Sejong Modern Korean Corpora” was conducted. As a result, it was concluded that ‘-ji anhoel su eops-’ is used for three meanings [inevitability] (不可避), [obligation] (當爲), and [unavoidable occurrence] (必然發生). The meaning of ‘-ji anhoel su eops-’ can vary depending on the context. Therefore, syntactic, semantic, and discourse analysis, considering the grammatical features, such as person (人稱) and agency (意志), was utilized in this research. Also, the agent’s attitude toward the situation was analyzed, to look into whether each meaning was correlated with positive, negative, or neutral contexts. The results are summarized as follows: 1) When the subject of a sentence is the second person or the third person, ‘-ji anhoel su eops-’ is used to express [inevitability]. 2) When the subject of a sentence is the first person, other meanings can be expressed; If ‘-ji anhoel su eops-’ collocates with emotional verbs, then [unavoidable occurrence] is expressed. And if it collocates with agency verbs, then [obligation] can be expressed only in positive contexts. By contrast, ‘-ji anhoel su eops-’ is widely used to express [inevitability] in negative or neutral contexts. 3) Since these three meanings are realized in stages on a syntactic, semantic, and discourse level, it is helpful to present a checklist explaining the conditions for occurrence of each meaning in grammar class to foreign students. (Kyoto Sangyo University)

한국어 학습자를 위한 부사 ‘꼭’ 교육 연구

서희정 ( Seo Huijeong )
국제한국어교육학회|한국어 교육  30권 4호, 2019 pp. 129-159 ( 총 31 pages)
7,100
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The purpose of this study is to make clear the functions and meanings of the adverb ‘kkok’, and then to set up the educational contents for teaching it. Through an analysis of four kinds of Korean dictionaries, it turns out that the adverb ‘kkok’ has two functions such as a manner adverb and a stative adverb, and six meanings such as compulsory action, voluntary action, recognition, accuracy, similarity, and force. There are 268 ‘kkoks’ in three kinds of Korean language textbooks, and about 95% among them are manner adverbs. On the other hand, about 67% of 3,500 ‘kkoks’ used in the corpus of Korean native speakers are manner adverbs. Meanwhile, in the test of choosing synonyms of ‘kkok’ carried out by 88 Korean undergraduates and 75 foreign undergraduates, differences of recognition on synonyms of ‘kkok’ between two groups are about 10% bigger in stative adverbs than in manner adverbs. This means that the stative adverb ‘kkok’ should be explicitly and systematically taught in Korean language education. Based on the corpus of Korean native speakers, the teaching level of each meaning of the adverb ‘kkok’ and educational contents for teaching it are presented as follows: teaching voluntary action or accuracy in level 1, compulsory action in level 2, recognition or similarity in level 3, force in level 4, and also providing practice activities replacing ‘kkok’ with its synonyms or practice adding ‘kkok’ in sentences. (Yeungnam University)

영상매체 관련 한국어교육 연구의 동향 분석

장혜림 ( Huilin Zhang ) , 송향근 ( Hyangkeun Song )
국제한국어교육학회|한국어 교육  30권 4호, 2019 pp. 161-191 ( 총 31 pages)
7,100
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The purpose of this study is to conduct an overview on research patterns and changes in Korean education using video media that were published in Korea from 1999 to June 2019. To analyze the research trends, they were reviewed by year, type, subject, learner, and by research methods. This study analyzed 417 journal articles and dissertations related to Korean education using video media. Based on the analysis results, we would like to discuss some of the research trends. First, preliminary research should be done on learners and teachers. Second, there should be research on the development of textbooks and supporting materials. Third, the learning objectives of the target audience should be diversified. Fourth, education methods using video media should be diversified. Fifth, the application of various research methods is necessary. We hope that the study will be applied to actual Korean language education sites in the future. (Hefei University & Busan University of Foreign Studies)

쿠바 한국어교육의 현황과 과제

정윤나 ( Yunna Jeong )
국제한국어교육학회|한국어 교육  30권 4호, 2019 pp. 193-211 ( 총 19 pages)
5,900
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The purpose of this study is to describe the current state of Korean education in Cuba, to explore the issues therein and to consider the future plans of Korean language education. This study presents six Korean language classes in Cuba, focusing on lectures, contents, instructors, and learners. Based on the result, this study outlines a developmental task and discusses the future plan. Since 2012, when liberal reforms opened the country’s economy to increased international trade, Cuba has emerged as a growing market for Korean drama and K-pop, and interest in Korean language and culture there has surged. The increased demand for Korean language education in Cuba arose despite a lack of support from the Cuban government, a positive situation that nevertheless demands a lot of work to be done for its sustainable development. This paper presents the current state of Korean language education in Cuba, examines its issues, and suggests developments. As this subject has never been studied before, it will thus be very useful for further studies on Korean language education in Cuba. (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology)

초급 한국어 학습자의 양태 문법 활용 양상

최은지 ( Eun Ji Choi )
국제한국어교육학회|한국어 교육  30권 4호, 2019 pp. 213-239 ( 총 27 pages)
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This study aims to analyze the modality development of beginners of Korean and discuss the development order of the modality. The modality is a grammatical category that indicates speaker’s subjective judgment and attitude toward the proposition that has highly semantic and pragmatic usefulness in communication. In this study free conversational speech of 8 beginners of Korean were collected regularly for 5 months and examined the frequency of use and the number of speakers of modal grammar. As a results, among the various grammatical items, ‘-고 싶다’, ‘-(으)ㄹ 것이다’(의향), ‘-(으)ㄹ 수 있다/없다’, ‘-아/어 보다’, ‘-아야/어야 되다/하다’ were uttered relatively frequently, in the early periods in about 3months after the beginning of Korean learning, and about six months after the beginning of the Korean learning, -는/(으)ㄴ/(으)ㄹ 것 같다’, ‘-(으)ㄹ 것이다’(추측), ‘-아/어 주다’ were uttered by almost all learners. This modality development was not completely consistent with the order of learning. This study is meaningful in that it provides important information needed to determine the order of modality. (Wonkwang Digital University)
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This study notes the affinity that exists between poetry and popular songs which can be useful to poetry reading education and conducted an experiment to observe how advanced learners read modern Korean poetry using popular songs. In accordance with their reading patterns, this study seeks an effective way to teach students modern Korean poetry. Poetry is considered difficult to access due to ambiguity and connotation, while popular songs are easily understood by simple language and repetitive structure which are different from poetry. However, these two genres have links in visible aspects such as poetic language, subject matter, rhythm, format and structure, so that learners can react with these links and read poetry more independently. The positive role of popular songs in the learners’ poetry reading process can be seen in Korean learners’ reading patterns. The learners supplemented or modified their understanding of poetry through connecting the poetry and songs, and their understanding could be deepened when they analyzed the differences between them. Furthermore, they reconstructed the meaning of poetry in their own context. According to the result of experiment, this study raises a few suggestions which will enhance the effectiveness of modern Korean poetry reading education using popular songs. (Seoul National University)
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