PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP
Thursday, June 27Friday morning, June 28

*Language of Presentation: (K)-Korean  (E)-English

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP
Thursday, June 27, 2013

7:30-9:00 a.m.

R E G I S T R A T I O N     
(Brody Hall at the bottom of the stairs leading to Brody Square)

9:00-9:30 a.m.

Opening Ceremony - Brody Hall 112
Welcoming Remarks:
Hae-Young Kim, President of AATK  
David Prestel, Associate Dean of College of Arts and Letters, Michigan State University
KF-AATK Teaching Assistant Fellowship Awards:
Joowon Suh, Executive Secretary of AATK

9:30-10:45 a.m.

Plenary Address 1 (E) - Brody Hall 112
The Speaking-Writing Connection:
Implications for Teaching Heritage and non-Heritage Learners

Charlene Polio, Michigan State University

10:45-11:00 a.m.

Break - Brody Hall 175

11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Workshop Panel #1 (K) - Brody Hall 134

AATK College Curriculum Development Project
Young-mee Yu Cho Rutgers University
Mee-Jeong Park  University of Hawaii  
Bumyong ChoiEmory University  
Haewon Cho  University of Pennsylvania
Ho Jung Choi  Princeton University    

Chair: Hyo Sang Lee Indiana University

Workshop Panel #2 (K) - Brody Hall 138

Project-Based Instruction for Heritage Language Learners

Heeyoung Ahn andHee Ju 
University of Southern California

Chair: Kyoungrok Ko University of Toronto

12:30-1:30 p.m.

Lunch - Brody Square

 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP
Thursday, June 27, 2013

1:30-3:00 p.m.

Workshop Panel #3 (K) - Brody Hall 134
Maximizing Student Learning through Differentiated Instruction: Addressing Needs of Heritage and non-Heritage Learners in a Mixed Class   
Jaemin Roh  Boston University 
Mijeong Kim  Washington University in St. Louis   
Hee Ju  University of Southern California
Ok Sook Park  Michigan State University

Chair: Sun Young Ahn University of Maryland

Workshop Panel #4 (E) - Brody Hall 138
Integrating Heritage and non-Heritage Students in a Short-term Korean Language and Culture Camp
Adam Wojciechowicz  King Sejong Institute,                  Korean Cultural Center, Washington DC
Young A Jung  King Sejong Institute,
                 Korean Cultural Center, Washington DC
George Mason University
Jihye Moon Montgomery College,
      King Sejong Institute, Washington DC,
Hye Young ShinGeorge Mason University  
       King Sejong Institute, Washington DC, 

Chair: Haewon Cho  University of Pennsylvania

3:00-3:15 p.m.

Break - Brody Hall 175

3:15-4:00 p.m.

Teaching Material Demonstration #1  
- Brody Hall 134
#1   A Form-focused Activity Using TV Drama
       Clips(K)  
       Ji-Young Jung and Haewon Cho
       University of Pennsylvania
#2            짧은 다큐멘터리 제작을 통한 중급
                (3학년)한국어 교실의 프로젝트 수업 (K)     
       Yuseon YunPrinceton University
#3  자음음가표를 이용한 효과적인
       음운규칙 교수 (K)  
Minhee Hwang  Yonsei Language Institute   

Chair: Eunyoung Kim  Duke University

Teaching Material Demonstration #2
- Brody Hall 138
#4           Implementing Presentational
Communication Using “Voice Board” (E)   
       Hee Chung ChunRutgers University
#5 The Use of the Virtual Speaker and Adapted Textbook Conversations for Effective Teaching of Speaking  (K)
Sangbok KimUniversity of Colorado
                               at Boulder   
       Eunhee Lee University of South Carolina
#6 The Digital Glossary: An Effective
       Scaffolding for Reading Authentic Texts  (K)   
       Hae-Young KimDuke University
Chair: Hakyoon Lee University of Hawaii
                                    at Manoa

4:00-4:45 p.m.

Breakout session for Q/A and
follow-up discussion 

Breakout session for Q/A and
follow-up discussion 

4:45-5:45 p.m.

Special Presentation & Panel Discussion  (E) - Brody Hall 112
Future Directions for the KLA
Susan Strauss  Penn State/CALPER
Chair: Hae-Young Kim  Duke University

 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP
Friday, June 28, 2013

9:00-9:45 a.m.

Teaching Material Demonstration #3  - Brody Hall 134

#7   The Use of Poetry for Classes in Korean Community Language  (E)   
       Siwon Lee University of Pennsylvania
#8           Teaching Language and Culture of Korea through Film  (K)   
       Sang Yee Cheon
                 University of Hawaii at Manoa   
#9           Cultural Literacy Practice through
       Folktales  (K)   
      Ihnhee KimUniversity of Pennsylvania

Chair: Eun-Hee Koo Adroit College

Teaching Material Demonstration #4
- Brody Hall 138

#10 Let’s HANGOUT with TWITTER on
SOUNDCLOUD (K)   
       Bumyong Choi  Emory University
#11 Facebook to Face the Culture (K)  
       Min Jung Jee 
                 The University of Texas at Austin
#12 Integration of a Process Approach to
       Writing in Digital Storytelling Project  (K)   
                 Kyoungrok KoUniversity of Toronto

Chair: Insung Ko Washington University
                               in St. Louis

9:45-10:30 a.m.

Breakout session for Q/A and
follow-up discussion

Breakout session for Q/A and
follow-up discussion

10:30-10:45
a.m.

Break - Brody Hall 175

10:45 a.m. -12:00 noon

Plenary Address 2  (E) - Brody Hall 112
From Diaspora TV to Drama Fever.com:
Consuming Korean TV Dramas in the United States

Sangjoon Lee The University of Michigan

12:00 noon-1:00 p.m.

Lunch - Brody Square

 

ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Friday afternoon, June 28 –Saturday, June 29

ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Friday, June 28, 2013

1:00-1:15 p.m.

Opening Ceremony - Brody Hall 112

Welcoming Remarks:
Hae-Young Kim, President of AATK   
Siddharth Chandra, Director of Asian Studies Center, Michigan State University  
Du-heogn Cha, Executive Vice President, The Korea Foundation

1:15-1:45
p.m.

Special Presentation  (K) - Brody Hall 112
한국어 쓰기 능력 평가 방안
Jeong Sook Kim, President of IAKLE, Korea University

1:45-2:00
p.m.

Break - Brody Hall 175

 

Session 1A - Brody Hall 112
Discourse-Pragmatic Functions of Forms

Chair: Jaemin Roh
Boston University

Session 1B - Brody Hall 134
L2 Korean Discourse-Pragmatic Competence

Chair: Hei Sook Yoo
Georgetown University

Session 1C - Brody Hall 136
Instructional Strategies and Applications

Chair: Yunkyoung Kang
The George Washington University

2:00-2:30
p.m.

#1            Korean Modal Expression                  Revisited: the Usage of
–kes kathta  (K)

Jihyeon Cha   UCLA

#5            Perception of Negative
Pragmatic Features by
KFL Learners (E)  

Jihye Lee  Indiana University

#9 Personality Variables:                  Pedagogical Implications for Language Teachers       
      and Curriculum Designers        
     (K)  
Jee In Kim DLI

2:30-3:00
p.m.

#2 Teaching and Learning   
the Korean Stance Marker     
kunyang  (E)  

Mary Kim
   University of Hawaii at Manoa
Jieun Kim University of Chicago

#6            The Relation of L2 Korean   Proficiency and Development of       
Compliment Responses
(E)   

Sangkyung Han
                 University of Michigan

#10 The Effect of Using
Pedagogical Authentic
Video Materials with KFL Students (K)   

Sang-Seok Yoon
      University of Iowa

 

ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Friday, June 28, 2013

 

Session 1A - Brody Hall 112

Session 1B - Brody Hall 134

Session 1C - Brody Hall 136

3:00-3:30
p.m.

#3 Analysis of Korean Plural     Marker –tul  in Orate     Discourse: the Pragmatic  
Functions  (K)   

Eun Jung Lee
       University of Hawaii

#7한국어 학습자의 발표에   나타난 담화 능력 연구 –    응결 장치를 중심으로               (K)       

Seohyung Kim
     Kyonggi University

#11 Exchanges and Voices of            Learners of Korean and  Korean “Early Study-
Abroad” Students Via Video-Conferencing in the Korean Language Program    (K)   

Byung-Jin Lim University of                  Wisconsin- Madison

3:30-4:00 p.m.

#4격식적 구어 담화에서의 문장 종결 형태에 관한 고찰: ‘TED서울’ 의 분석을 통해 (K)   

Eunyoung Kim
Duke University

#8   외국인을 위한 화법:
교육과 한국의 말문화-
‘인사하기와 칭찬하기’   
를 대상으로 (K)   

Eunmi Na 
                 Hansung University

#12 Who is Talking? From                   Teacher-led to Student-  led Discussion
in
Advanced Korean Classes (K)
Sang-suk Oh and
Hee-Jeong Jeong     
                 Harvard University

4:00-4:15
p.m.

Break - Brody Hall 175

4:15-5:30
p.m.

 

Panel Discussion - Brody Hall 112

AATK Panel - Establishing a Heritage Track: Approaches and Challenges (K)   

Young-mee Yu ChoRutgers University  Hae-Young Kim Duke University
Ji-Young Jung University of Pennsylvania  Angela Lee-Smith  Yale University

Chair: Joowon Suh  Princeton University

 

ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Saturday, June 29, 2013  

 

Session 2A - Brody Hall 112
Heritage Language Development and Identity
Chair: Mary Shin Kim
University of Hawaii

Session 2B - Brody Hall 134
Vocabulary Development
Chair: Sangkyung Han
University of  Michigan

Session 2C - Brody Hall 136
Instruction in Writing 
Chair: Hyekyung Sung-Frear
DLIFLC

9:00-9:30 a.m.

 #13미국의 한국 계승어             
교사들의 피드백 인식과
그 활용에 관한 연구 -      
계승어 교사들은 교육적   
유산의 관점에서 
자유로운가?  (K)   
 Hye Young Shin
                 George Mason University
 Chil Seong Im Chonnam National University

#16 재미동포 미취학     
       아동의 한국어 어휘
       발달 연구 - Receptive &
       Expressive Vocabulary
       Test에 나타난 오반응      
       유형을 중심으로 (K)

Jung Hee Lee and
Hye Ree Yoon
                 Kyung Hee University

#19 Korean Orthographic       
Rules and Their      
Implications for
Pedagogy (K)   
Young-mee Yu Cho
                 Rutgers University
Yongshou Jin
                 Yanbian University
Hyungbae Lee
                 Princeton University

9:30-10:00 a.m.

#14 Identity and Agency among Korean  
Heritage Language Learners (E)   
Mi Yung Park
                 University of Hawaii

#17 Receptive and Productive Vocabulary            Sizes of Learners of    
Korean: Comparison between Heritage
Language and L2  
Learner Groups  (E)   
Yeon Heo
     Michigan State University

#20 Exploring L2 Writing                  Strategies from a  Socio- cognitive Perspective in KFL Setting   (E)    
Eun-Jo Lee
   Wellesley College

10:00-10:30
a.m.

#15 Overseas Koreans and                  Korean: Problematizing   Language Ability as a Measure of Diaspora Membership (E)   
CANCELED
Christopher Dykas  UCLA

#18 The Cognitive Linguistic               Analysis of Korean Locative Marker –ey and   
      – eyse: Pedagogical                  Applications (E)
Yunkyung Kang  The George   Washington University

#21 An Error Analysis of                  Advanced KFL Learners’ Writing Corpus and Its
     Pedagogical Implications  
(K)   
Yeonhee Yoon University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

10:30-10:45
a.m.

Break - Brody Hall 175

 

ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Saturday, June 29, 2013

10:45 a.m. -12:00 noon

Keynote Address (E) - Brody Hall 112

A New Horizon in Language Teaching:
Tapping the Potential of Heritage Language Teaching   

Maria M. Carreira
California State University, Long Beach
National Heritage Language Resource Center, UCLA

12:00 noon-1:00 p.m.

Lunch - Brody Square

1:00-2:20 p.m.

AATK Business Meeting - Brody Hall 112

2:20-2:30 p.m.

Break - Brody Hall 175

 

Session 3A - Brody Hall 112
Assessing Heritage Language Proficiency 

Chair: Yeon Heo
Michigan State University

Session 3B - Brody Hall 134
Cultural Experience, Awareness and Content 

Chair: Mee-Jeong Park
University of Hawaii

Session 3C - Brody Hall 136
Acquisition and Attrition                         

Chair: Ahrong Lee
York University

2:30-3:00 p.m.

#22 Integrating Assessment           within a College Level        Korean Heritage                  Curriculum  (E)  

Young-mee Yu Cho and
Hee Chung Chun         
                 Rutgers University

#26”Seoul Korea, Mexico City, and Takorea.”                 
Linguistic Landscape
Project
in a University Korean Language Class
  (E)   
Hakyoon Lee 
                 University of Hawaii

#30 Natural Acquisition Order vs. Instructional Effects on L2 Acquisition   
of Korean Relative  Clauses: Examination of     Oral Production Data in   

      a Learner Corpus (K)   
Sorin Huh  
                 Penn State University

3:00-3:30 p.m.

#23 Explaining the  Variability in Heritage
Language Proficiency 
(E)   

Jihye Moon
                 Montgomery College

#27 Culture Awareness in Korean Language Communication for
Heritage Learners  (K)   

Neerja Samajdar  
     Jawaharlal Nehru University
CANCELED

#31 Korean Grammatical Competence of
                American College                  Returned Missionaries from Korea  (K)  
Youngjoo Kim
                 Kyunghee University
Mark Peterson
      Brigham Young University 
Sun-Young Lee
      Cyber Hankook University
      of Foreign Studies

 

ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Saturday, June 29, 2013

 

Session 3A - Brody Hall 112

Session 3B - Brody Hall 134

Session 3C - Brody Hall 136

3:30-4:00
p.m.

#24 Heritage Language Learners in the                  Classroom: Looking at Their Proficiency as “The Glass Half-full” (K)   
Jung-Sun KimandMina Lee                  DLI

#28 Advanced KFL Learners’
           Sociolinguistic Transfer in
            Compliment Responses   (E)   

Sahie Kang  DLI

#32 L2 Acquisition of the                  Imperfective Aspect in Korean  (K)  

Jiyoung Kim  
   University of Hawaii at Manoa

4:00-4:30
p.m.

#25  Errors in Inflectional                  Morphemes as an Index of Linguistic Competence of Korean Heritage                  Language Learners and  American Learners of  Korean (K)
So Young Kim
University of Kansas

#29 문학작품을 통한
       한국어 문화교육의
       이론과 실제   (K)   

Yeotak Yoon, Go Eun Cho, and Jin-Hee Choi 
                 Seoul National University

#33  Perception of Korean Stops by Heritage and non-Heritage English
                 Learners of Korean  (K)   
Sang Yee Cheon
   University of Hawaii at Monoa
Teresa Lee
   University of Virginia

6:30-8:30
p.m.

 

Banquet Dinner  (Spartan Village Community Center South Lounge)

To the Spartan Village Community Center
Pick-up location: Main entrance of the Kellogg Center
Pick-up times: 5:30 p.m., 5:50 p.m., and 6:10 p.m.

From the Spartan Village Community Center
Pick-up location: Main entrance of Spartan Village Community Center
Pick-up times:  8:40 p.m., 9:00 p.m., and 9:20 p.m.