THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF TEACHERS OF KOREAN

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP

Testing & Assessment: Developing, Evaluating, and Adapting Placement & Proficiency Tests

 

 

June 14, Thursday: Workshop Day 1

 

-- Stuart Hall 105 --

 

 

8:00-8:45

 

Registration

 

8:45-9:15

Opening Ceremony: Welcoming Remarks

 

Young-Mee Yu Cho, President of AATK

John Boyer, Dean of the College, University of Chicago

Donald Harper, Director of Center for East Asian Studies, University of Chicago

Hanuk Chung, Korea Foundation

Yeotak Yoon, Vice President of IAKLE (International Association for Korean
                       Language Education)

 

KF-AATK Teaching Assistant Fellowship Awards

9:15-10:30

Plenary Speaker:
Developing useful assessment for diverse purposes in collegiate Korean programs: An evaluative perspective

John Norris, University of Hawai‛I at Manoa

 

10:30-10:45

 

 

Break

10:45-12:45

Workshop Panel 1: Placement test development in major Korean programs
Chair: Hyo-Sang Lee, Indiana University

Hyunjin Kim, Ewha University
Jung-Sook Kim, Korea University
Jung-Hee Lee, Kyeonghee University
Song-hee Kim, Sogang University 

 

12:45-1:45

 

Lunch

 

1:45-3:45

Workshop Panel 2: Placement test development, TOPIK and SAT Korean 
Chair: Hyo-Sang Lee, Indiana University


Eun-gyu Choi, Seoul National University
Haiyoung Lee, Ewha University
Sungdai Cho, SUNY Binghamton

You Jeong Kim, The International Korean Language Foundation

 

3:45-4:00

 

Break

 

 

 

4:00-6:00

Workshop Panel 3: How to develop a diagnostic assessment tool?
Chair:
Sungdai Cho, SUNY Binghamton


Sun Kwang Bae, Ted Han & Jason J. Lee, Defense Language Institute

 

6:00-7:30

 

 

Dinner : Quadrangle Club (2nd floor)

 

 

 

Evening Discussion Sessions

 

-- Max Palevsky Dormitory (East) 104 --

 

8:00-8:45

Evening discussion 1: Developing new and additional funding sources for Korean programs

Mi Hye Lee, Rutgers University & Kijoo Ko, UC Berkeley

8:45-9:30

Evening discussion 2: Use of Korean literature

Kyeong-Hee Choi, University of Chicago

 

 

 

June 15, Friday, AM: Workshop Day 2

 

-- Stuart Hall 105 --

 

8:30-10:30

Workshop Panel 4: OPI familiarization: Facts and myth
Chair:
Juwon Suh , Princeton University


Hee Sun Kim, Stanford University, Sahie Kang & Si Yen Lee, Defense Language Institute

 

10:30-10:45

 

Break

 

10:45-12:45

Workshop Panel 5: Corpus analysis
Chair: Young-mee Yu Cho,  Rutgers University


21st Century Sejong Corpora (almost) completed
Hung-gyu Kim, Beom-mo Kang, & Jungha Hong, Korea University
Corpora and their uses in Korean language research and pedagogy
Sung-Ock S. Sohn, UCLA
The hype, hyperopia, and myopia of corpus analysis
Susan Strauss, Penn State University / CALPER

 

12:45-1:45

 

 

Lunch

 

Korea Tourism Organization

Jong Sool Kwon, Deputy Director

 


ANNUAL CONFERENCE

 

Placing Korean Curricula in Higher Education

 

June 15, Friday, PM: Conference Day 1

 

1:45-3:00

Welcoming Remarks:

 

Steven Clancy, Director of Center for Study of Languages, University of Chicago

Song Kon Choi, Director of Korean Education Center in Chicago

 

Keynote speaker:
Content-Based Instruction: Reflecting on its applicability to the teaching of Korean

Donna M. Brinton, UCLA Center for World Languages

 

3:00-3:15

 

Break

 

 

 

 

Session 1A:

-- Stuart Hall 101 --

 

Techniques of teaching vocabulary and grammar

Chair: Andrew Byon
University at Albany, SUNY

Session 1B:

-- Stuart Hall 105 --

 

Learner motivations and learning opportunities

Chair: Kijoo Ko
UC Berkley

3:15-3:45

Use of collaborative concept mapping strategy in writing

Sungdai Cho,  SUNY Binghamton & Yongjin Lee, Syracuse University

The role of out-of-school literacy practices in L2 learning

Eun-Jo Lee & Danielle Ooyoung Pyun, The Ohio State University

3:45-4:15

Dictation practice program for Korean heritage learners

Angela Lee-Smith, Yale University

Korean language teaching in the United States

David J. Silva, The University of Texas at Arlington

4:15-4:45

Effective use of English in Korean grammar classroom

Ilsun B. Oh, Defense Language Institute

Assessing motivational factors in Korean language learning

Young Wha Hong, University of California, Riverside

 

4:45-5:00

 

 

Break

 

 


 

 

Session 2A:

-- Stuart Hall 101 --

 

Learner language analysis and implications for teaching

Chair: Mimi Mijung Kim
Washington University

Session 2B:

-- Stuart Hall 105 --

 

Language processing and processing strategies

Chair: Hangtae Cho
University of Minnesota

5:00-5:30

Reference to past in L2 Korean

EunHee Lee, University at Buffalo & Hae-Young Kim, Duke University 

Language background and Linguistic profiles of HL and non-HL learners of Korean

Hi-Sun Helen Kim, University of Chicago

5:30-6:00

How do non-heritage students learn to make the three-way contrast of Korean stops?

Eurie Shin,  University of California, Berkeley

Implicit learning of Korean structure in language production

Boonjoo Park, University of Arizona
Sun-ae Lee, University of California, Santa Barbara

6:00-6:30

 

Metacognitive awareness and the use of strategies in learning

Bokyung Murray, Defense Language Institute

 

6:30-8:00

 

 

Dinner : Quadrangle Club (2nd floor)

 

 

 

Evening Discussion Sessions

 

-- Max Palevsky Dormitory (East) 104 --

 

8:00-8:45

Evening discussion 3: Study abroad as an integral part of Korean curricula

Hangtae Cho, University of Minnesota,  Young-mee Yu Cho, Rutgers University  &
Young-Key Kim-RenaudGeorge Washington University

 

 


 

 

June 16, Saturday: Conference Day 2

 

 

Session 3A:
-- Stuart Hall 101 –


Discourse and interaction analysis
Chair: Meehye Lee
UC Berkeley

Session 3B:
-- Stuart Hall 105 --

Learners at the crossroads of cultures and languages
Chair: Mark Peterson,
Brigham Young University

8:30-9:00

Telling conversational narratives in Korean

Ki-tae Kim, Intercultural Institute of California

American college students' stereotypes in Korean culture teaching

Andrew Sangpil Byon,
University at Albany, SUNY 

9:00-9:30

The organization of repair in Korean NS-NNS instructional conversations

Joowon Suh, Princeton University

Cultural activities to develop intercultural sensitivity & cultural learning strategies

Jielu Zhao, Jean Sook Ryu & Randy Haney, Defense Language Institute

9:30-10:00

Colloquial use and literary misuse

 

Hyunsik Min, Seoul National University

Attitudes toward nonnative speakers of Korean and English in a Korean language program

Mihyon Jeon, York University

10:00-10:30

A study on the use of connectives by English speaking students of Korean

Francesco Leonini  & Sahie Kang, Defense Language Institute

Conversational patterns and functions of code-switching

Jeongyi Lee, University of Washington

 

10:30-10:45

 

 

Break

 

 

 

Session 4A:
-- Stuart Hall 101 --

Grammatical and lexical analysis of target usage
Chair: Gwee-Sook Kim
Princeton University

Session 4B:
--Stuart Hall 105 --

Instruction of culture with films and literature
Chair: Ok-Sook Park
University of Michigan

10:45-11:15

A conceptual grammatical study of

-tela in Korean

Susan Strauss, Penn State University / CALPER

Content-based language instruction through film

Sang Yee Cheon, University of Hawaii at Manoa

 


 

11:15-11:45

New use of second-person pronoun caki among female speakers

Minju Kim, Claremont McKenna College

Korean culture and society through films

J. Won Han, Rice University

11:45-12:15

Eventuality property in Korean
locative particle -eyse

Jung-Hyuck Lee, University of Chicago

The study on criteria for choosing literary works

Yeotak Yoon & Jae-young Woo, Seoul
National University

12:15-12:45

The emergence of Korean Net-Lingo
and challenges of its introduction into KFL instruction

Jiyoung Daniel, University of Georgia

Emotional language treatment in literary education

Han-Yong Woo, Seoul National University

 

12:45-1:45

 

Lunch

 

 

 

Session 5A:
--Stuart Hall 101 --

Learning and teaching pragmatics
Chair: Minsook Kim
University of Wisconsin at Milaukee

Session 5B:
--Stuart Hall 105 --

Using Multi-media for language and culture instruction
Chair: Haewon Cho
University of Michigan

1:45-2:15

Application of conversation analysis to teaching the Korean language and culture

Kyung-Eun Yoon, University of Florida

Video-conference with South Korea

Seon hwa Eun, Chicago Public Schools

2:15-2:45

KFL students requests and apologies in email discourse

Sang-Seok Yoon, University of Minnesota

Teachers manual and multimedia materials for KLEAR textbooks

Mee-Jeong Park, Bum Yong Choi & Hye Seung Lee, University of Hawaii at Manoa

2:45-3:15

E-Korean language and culture learning

Jeehwan Yun, The University of Kansas

 

3:15-3:30

 

 

Break

3:30-5:00

2007 AATK Business Meeting  -- Stuart Hall 105 --

 

5:00-7:30

 

Korean Barbecue Dinner: Hutchinson Courtyard