The LinguaExpress KFL Program is designed not only to teach
the Korean language but also explain points in Korean culture
and history in order to help foreigners better understand Korea
and its heritage.
All faculty members are highly qualified with degrees and teaching
experiences (Drs. and M.Ed degrees in Korean Language or Korean
Language Education, Korean Proficiency Test Committee members,
and ten-years of Korean Language teaching experience).
- Level Description
Lower Beginners' Level
Practicing the Korean alphabet, pronunciation, basic grammar
structure, vocabulary items and basic conversation skills
(greetings, introductions, descriptions of simple things,
Higher Beginners' Level
Practicing learned grammar and vocabulary through a variety
of activities. Getting familiar with Korean vowels and consonants
by content-based listening/speaking practice. Keeping a diary
(shopping, making-schedule, dining-out).
Lower Intermediate Level
Learning more vocabulary and grammars to cover more expanded
topics. Practicing conversation in real life situations, using
learned vocabulary and grammars. Guided writing about common
topics such as travel, health, manners, descriptions of detailed
Higher Intermediate Level
Building language skills by conducting short oral presentations.
Reading advertisements from various materials such as newspapers,
magazines, novels & poems, etc. Group presentations and role
Lower Advanced Level
Enhancing advanced conversation skills by teaching colloquial
expressions. Helping cross-cultural understanding by introducing
various cases of cultural clashes. Practicing listening, viewing
dramas and movies. Reading newspaper articles, magazines,
discussing various topics.
Higher Advanced Level
Practicing advanced grammars and expanded vocabularies. Discussing
Korean culture, society, history and politics. Exercising
listening practices with Korean news. Writing research papers.
- Class Activities
The grammar class is a prerequisite for speaking class. Each
item for grammar study is suggested to the learners according
to the degrees of their learning abilities. As the main body
of study, the students practise each item to understand the
meanings and their use in everyday life.
In grammar class, the students make full use of the items
for grammar study under communicative situations. The learners
themselves have the chance to communicate directly with others
by practising situational conversations. Speaking class covers
easy speaking, as well as various expressions and idioms,
according to their learning abilities.
Listening class consists of various listening tasks. The class
makes learners communicate with others in relation to speaking
Reading class consists of various reading tasks. According
to the degrees of the learners' abilities, this class covers
the Hangul alphabet to advanced reading publications such
as newspapers , magazines, and story books.
The purpose of this class is not only to practise expressions
with various writing tasks but also to achieve communicative
In this class, the learners achieve communicative abilities
through practising various situations with multi-media using
TV or movies.
- Application for 2000 Winter Schedule
Registration Period: Dec. 20, 2000 - Jan.
Course Duration : Jan. 8,2001 - Mar. 2,
Application Fee : ¡ÌU30,000
||Mon, Wed, Fri
Placement Test: Jan. 4(Thur), 2001 at
2:00p.m. or 5:00p.m.
Please check the room (02-710-9165/6)
|I - VI
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||2 - 4 p.m.
- Visit the LinguaExpress
office (Rm. 206, Socialeducation Bldg.) and summit the
form to the office. After signing up for the course at
the LinguaExpress office, pay the tuition fee at Cho Hung
- Application by Mail
: Completed application with postal money order will also
be accepted. (Or, LinguaExpress On-Line Account No.(Cho Hung Bank,
Chungpa-dong Branch): 366-03-004106 Beneficiary : Sookmyung
For further information, please contact Ms. Jun, Sun-Mi
at LinguaExpress, the International Institute of Language
Address: Rm.206, Socialeducation Bldg., 53-12, Chungpa-dong
2-ka, Yongsan-ku, Seoul, Korea (140-742)
Web Site: http://www.lingua-express.com
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