Korean Language Panel Discussion and Q&A - Korean Language Education
Join us for an insightful discussion about how to integrate cultural elements in the second language classroom.
Tuesday, March 8th, 2022, 5:00 pm to 6:00pm in UK time
The panel will be composed of:
- Dr. Yeji Han (Lecturer in Korean and Linguistic at the School of Education, Language and Psychology, York St John University)
- Dae Young KIM (Tech. Director/Korean Instructor, Modern & Classical Languages, George Mason University, USA)
- Dr. Hye Young Shin (Director of both the Korean Language Program and the Asia, Pacific, & Diaspora Studies Program at American University, Washington, D.C.)
- This panel will be moderated by the host Dr. Ku In(Kyuin) KIM (Teaching Associate, School of East Asian Studies, University of Sheffield, UK)
Join us for an insightful discussion about how to integrate cultural elements in the second language classroom. You’ll walk away with tangible, practical tips for how you can navigate your language class with cultural elements embedded to approach different language levels and practical teaching methodology, as well as important sources of idea.
The School of East Asian Studies at the University of Sheffield has over 50 years experience of researching contemporary East Asia and pioneering new methods for teaching East Asian Languages. We are often recognised for our commitment to developing innovative learning and teaching practices.
Please note that this talk will be held in Korean and English.
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