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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 : 19권 1호 (2008)

한국어교육 환경의 변화와 발전을 위한 과제

조항록 ( Hang Rok Cho )
6,500
초록보기
Nowadays, There are rapid changes on Korean language education inside and outside of Korea. Korean language education, having 100 years of history outside Korea and 50 years of history in Korea, had shown a big leap in 1980`s. Korea language education is showing another big development again lately, it can as well be seen that the scale of development is bigger than the one in 1980s. Although various factors are present for this development, here, I presented 7 of them; such as Chinese economic growth and studying abroad rage, development of multi-cultural society in Korea, etc. As characteristics of the development process, such as expansion of Korean language education as social education, increasing Korean language education for specific purposes, etc, can be presented. But for better development of the Korean language education, basic infrastructure for Korean language education must be improved. Also the wide and various cooperation among all the actors in Korean language education are needed. (Sangmyung University)

가치 중심 한국어 교육 연구

조현용 ( Hyun Yong Cho )
5,900
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Language education is evolving from emphasizing communication-based instruction to communication-based with content instruction. From that came language instruction for specific-skills such as language for academic or job specific purposes. However, content seems to be localized knowledge. Just as important as knowledge in language teaching is teaching and sharing the target language`s thinking and culture. Learning a language is not only gaining knowledge of a culture but its “values” as well. More specifically the process involves learning about those values. Preparing students for communication is the means to an end, not the end itself. Depending on the type of students, the focus of what main values to teach would vary. I often question the `generality` in “teaching Korean for general purposes”; can there be a general purpose in teaching a language? I would like to argue here that even in teaching Korean for general purposes it should contain and reflect Korean thinking and universal values. A goal to impart content in language teaching where its main goal and objective is to reach either fluency or accuracy or both should be included in its curriculum. Content may be viewed as “contents of knowledge” and “value of wisdom,” and teachable using either CBLT(content-based language teaching) which is active and straight forward or via VBLT(value-based language teaching) which is passive and suggestive. This paper discusses ways to teach VBLT than CBLT. (Kyung Hee University)

학습자 모국어를 활용한 한국어 교수-학습 방법의 모색

최권진 ( Gwon Jin Choi )
6,100
초록보기
The purpose of this papers is to set up effective methods of teaching Korean as a foreign/second language by using the learner`s mother tongue (L1). In order to reach the purpose, the paper sets as a premise that the learner`s mother tongue is a positive element in teaching and learning a foreign language. This paper starts with a brief review on how foreign/second language theories deal with the learners` L1. It then presents some concrete methods of using the learner`s mother tongue, while maintaining that the learner`s L1 should be used to increase the communicative competence of the learners and that it also should be used in a creative way to produce a genuine bilingual who can command his/her mother tongue and the target language, i.e. the Korean language. The research discusses some advantages which are gained by using the learners`s L1; incorporating the learner`s cognitive competence in language learning, strengthening the learner`s motivation and cooperative learning among the learners, and securing possibilities to use languages in the real life. (Sangmyung University)

한국어교사의 육성과 위상 제고 방안

최주열 ( Ju Youl Choi )
7,900
초록보기
This study is to provide basic data regarding the current situation of Korean language institutions and the teachers by studying the current status of the institutions, and the actual situation about the demand and supply of the teachers and their treatment. It also offers ways to raise the teachers` position. Today, the Korean language institution of a university needs to be run systematically by working closely together with different departments concerning its name, curriculum, running system, and the management of part time lecturers. One way to elevate the status of the teachers in accordance with the Labor Standard Act is to have many of the professors who are in charge of the program only, and whose status is different from the administrations by making new rules. The solution to these questions can be possibly solved if the policy makers of the University are well aware of the importance of Korean language education. In addition, the fundamental alternative to enhance the teachers` status needs to be met in other factors outside of the university. To secure the teachers` status that is stable and systematic, this study suggests three measures. First, the number of students learning Korean needs to be stable. Second, The expertise of Korean teachers needs to be secured. Third, the institutional system for making the job stable is needed. (Sunmoon University)

중간언어 음운론을 위한 자음 연구

허용 ( Yong Heo )
5,800
초록보기
This paper discusses the internal structure of consonants based on the alternations of the consonants that can be found in various languages such as /p/~/w/. Throughout the discussion we find that the approaches based on the distinctive feature, which appear arbitrary in analyzing phonological process, cannot properly explain the alternations mentioned above and certain phonological errors that can be found in learning second language. Since human languages build up their phonological segments in an ordered fashion, it would be better to analyze the internal composition of consonants as their salient property called `elements` proposed by Government Phonology (GP). In particular, since consonants grouped into the same place of articulation manifest the same sound changes we claim that they share the same element. We argue that bilabial and labiodental consonant have the roundness element U, alveolar consonants have the coronal element R, palatal consonants have the frontness element I, and the velar consonants have the backness element ø. When phonological processes are going on, these elements play a key role, and appear in surface forms. (Hankuk University Foreign Studies)
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