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Intensive Program Course Objectives
Level Objectives
Level 1
Beginner and Elementary
- Students will acquire simple conversation skills useful in their everyday life as well as in their work place. (Greeting, Introducing, Ordering some food and Purchase, etc.)
- Students will read and write about simple sentences concerned with daily life. (Reading a notice on the board, Filling out simple forms and Writing invitation card, etc.)
- Students also learn Korean courtesy such as table manners, etc.
- The starter level precedes the elementary level. Beginner level is designed for students without and prior knowledge/study of Korean. Students are introduced to the Korean alphabet- the consonants, vowels, suffixes and basic spelling rules. Elementary level is designed for students with a basic knowledge of Korean characters.
Level 2
Lower Intermediate
- Deals with more concrete topics directly related to daily life tasks. Students are taught to use simple functional words to obtain services by placing simple orders, making purchases, requesting information and making suggestions.
- They learn to write simple paragraphs about topics relating to daily life. (Writing letters, essays, diaries and travelogues, etc.)
- Students learn simple proverbs and idioms along with how to use them effectively and appropriately.
Level 3
Intermediate and Higher intermediate
- Students learn to deal with not only topics of personal interests but subjects of a bit more complicated nature, enabling them to become proficient in extensive daily life communications.
- Suggest, help, favor, accept, refuse and apologize etc.
- They can also express perfectly his or her opinions about events of common interests using proper daily expressions, vocabulary and technical terms.
- Students are taught how to get the meaning from opinions and columns and how to write sentences about various concrete topics. ( Different genres, including narrative, drama, editorial column and advertisement, etc.)
- Students learn how Korean thought reflects Korean language.
Level 4
Advanced
- Students learn to describe and explain many general daily life situations or events.
- Students will have the ability to effectively handle business communications in the Korean language. Students will be able to speak and write in paragraphs to satisfy the requirements of school and work situations.
- Enhance debating skill. Students learn to support opinions, hypothesize and reserve judgment, etc.
- Through a close reading of a series of texts, some foundational, some more recent, students will explore the crucial themes , genres and stylistic strategies of Korean culture.
- Students have opportunities to read Korean literature, study Korean festive days, old customs and rituals, etc.
Level 5
Higher advanced
- Students learn to effectively express and assert his or her opinions in formal settings like panel discussions regarding various topics. (politics, economy, social and cultural issues.)
- Students learn an adequate expressions along with grammar and vocabulary to write their ideas logically even in difficult situations.(To summarize a lecture, present, take notes and write business reports. Students can extend their knowledge of the Korea society.)
Level 6
Academic proficiency
- This is a special advanced level class designed for students who are ready to pursue a university education or to work for a Korean company.
- Students learn to effectively express and assert his or her opinions in formal settings like panel discussions regarding various topics. (politics, economy, social and cultural issues.)
- They also prepare simple reports, newspaper articles and official documents, etc.
Regular Program Course Objectives
Level Objectives
Level 1 - Students are taught to read and write simple sentences by using simple tense.
- Students will acquire simple conversation skills useful in their everyday life as well as in their work place. (Greeting, Introducing, Ordering some food and Purchase, etc.)
- This program is designed to learn Korean culture related to everyday life such as greeting, Korean names and etiquette, etc.
Level 2 - Students will be able to find various adjectives to express himself.
- Deals with more concrete topics directly related to daily life tasks. Students are taught to use simple functional words to obtain services by placing simple orders, making purchases, requesting information and making suggestions.(Students learn Korean culture related to everyday life such as table manners.)
Level 3 - This level deals with application of the learned grammar such as conjugations.
- Students gain the ability to handle daily life tasks in the Korean language with confidence, making life in Korea much easier and more interesting. (Taking messages, comparison, advice and explanation, etc.)
- Students are able to understand Korean culture more deeply. (The monetary unit of Korea , Seoul and GimJang (the Korean word for the process of making gimchi), etc.)
Level 4 - Students gain ability to understand and use various tenses properly and to use appropriate communicative expressions with an understanding of the relationships between communicating partners.
- Students are able to combine proper daily expressions with technical terms so that it's possible for them to speak about work-related topics more effectively in public areas. (To ask for the lost and found, cancel appointments, and ask somebody's advice, opinion and views, etc.)
- This level offers opportunities to students to learn Korean age-old customs such as phrenological interpretation .
Level 5 - Students learn passives and reporting statements. •Students learn to express opinions, make arguments, and debate formal topics relating to politics, economics and social issues. (Understanding of Korean news and newspaper editorials and drawing an analogy, a comparison, a parallel and a distinction between two events.)
Level 6 - Students learn the passive form and the subjunctive mood.
- Students learn how to express and assert his or her opinions in formal settings. (Suggest, help, favor, accept, refuse and apologize etc.)
- Through a proverb, a dialect, an onomatopoeic and an interjection, students are be able to learn Korea.
※ level 7 (Not offered every quarter): This is a special advanced level class designed for students who have completed up through level 6 o the ILE regular Korean program or a comparable program at different universities. This level will inject the special needs of students into the lesson. This level will focus on ways to use your new language in discussions.
Short-term Intensive Program
Level Objectives
Outline
Base Level 1
- Courses are based on an integrated skills approach with listening, speaking, reading, writing and grammar components.
- Students m ake maximum progress during their stay abroad. Our highly structured syllabus will have students speaking and writing with confidence in a minimal amount of time.
- Culture classes are provided to enhance students' understanding of Korean culture, language, and life.
Level 1
Starter
- No knowledge of Korean language is required to participate in this course. Students are introduced to the Korean alphabet. (consonants, vowels, suffixes and basic spelling rules.)
- Students are introduced to basic grammatical structures to help students cope with daily real life situations, and are able to write simple sentences.
- Students will acquire simple conversation skills useful for everyday life.
- Greeting, introducing, ordering food and making purchases, etc.
- Because speaking Korean well does not mean you understand the culture, this level is designed to give students the basic knowledge of Korean culture and society.
Level 2
Beginner
- The Beginner level is designed for students with a basic knowledge of the Korean alphabet.
- Students are able to use expressions and basic grammar structures to communicate in a limited number of situations.
- Students also learn about Korean culture and proper etiquette.
Level 3
Lower Intermediate
- Deals with more concrete topics directly related to daily life tasks. Students are taught simple functional words for obtaining services by placing simple orders, making purchases, requesting information and making suggestions.
- Students learn simple proverbs and idioms, including how to use them effectively and appropriately.
Level 4
Intermediate
- Students learn to deal with not only topics of personal interest but subjects of a more complicated nature, enabling them to become proficient in extensive daily life communications. (Suggest, help, ask for favor, accept, refuse and apologize, etc.)
- Students learn how Korean language reflects Korean thought.
Level 5
Upper Intermediate
- Students learn to describe and explain various daily life situations and events.
- Students will be able to effectively respond to very unusual circumstances using their Korean speaking skills.
- Enhanced debating skills. Students learn to support their opinions, hypothesize and reserve judgment, etc.
- Students will explore important themes through a close reading of a series of texts, some foundational and some more recent in Korean literature.
Level 6
Advanced
- Students learn to effectively express and assert their opinions in regards to politics, economy and society, etc.
- Students are able to talk in abstract terms and in abstract ways.
- Students expand their knowledge of Korean society.
Level 7
Advanced
- This is a special advanced class designed for students who are ready to pursue a university education or work for a Korean company.
- Students learn to effectively express and assert their opinions in formal settings like panel discussions regarding various topics. (politics, economy, social and cultural issues.)
- They prepare simple reports, newspaper articles and official documents, etc.
Classes at levels 4, 5, and 6 will be held depending upon sufficient enrollment. Accordingly, students of different levels may be grouped together within the intensive Korean program classes.