Conference Program (PDF)



Thursday, June 25 – Friday morning, June 26

  1. MIA: McCone Irvine Auditorium
  2. MG: McGowan  

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

Thursday, June 25, 2015

8:00 – 9:00

McCone Irvine Auditorium

9:00 – 9:30

Welcoming Remarks
Hae-Young Kim  President, AATK
Nam-jin ZeonExecutive Vice-President, Korea Foundation
Sahie Kang  Local Chair, 20th AATK Annual Meeting                          Dean, School of Resident Education, DLI

9:30 – 10:45

Plenary Address 1 (E)** - MIA
Getting back to fundamentals: Building strong pedagogy on  the social, individual, and material foundations of language learning
Richard Kern
University of California, Berkeley

10:45 – 11:00

Break - MIA

11:00 – 12:30

Workshop Panel #1 (K) – MG* 100
Chair: Eunjung Ji
            Princeton University

Listening strategy instruction aiming for the higher level (2+ and 3) 

Jean Sook Ryu
Marina Cobb
Yerie Han 
Defense Language Institute  

Workshop Panel #2 (E) – MG 102
Chair: Andrew Byon  
            SUNY, University of Albany

Tapping native speakers on campus to enrich student’s language learning experience  

Mijeong Mimi Kim 
Washington University in St. Louis Ok-Sook Park 
Michigan State University

12:30 – 1:30

Lunch MG

1:30 – 3:00

Workshop Panel #3  (E) - MG 100 Chair:  Minju Kim
             Claremont McKenna College

Integrating student learning profiles into curriculum  
Hee Ju  University of Southern California
Mina Lee  Defense Language Institute Seonkyung Jeon 
University of California, Los Angeles

Workshop Panel #4 (K) - MG 102
Chair:  Angela Lee-Smith
             Yale University

Walking on the noodle road:  Developing project-based 
instruction in 3rd year Korean

Jaemin Roh 
Jungsoo Kim 
Boston University

3:00 – 3:15

Break – MG
(Sponsored by University of Hawaii Press)

3:15 – 5:00

Teaching Materials Demonstration 1 
MG 100   
Chair: Eun-Hee Koo  Adroit College
#1        Teaching “one-to-multiple  correspondence” grammatical  structure using L1 visual aids (K)
Eunjung Ji & Yuseon Yun 
Princeton University
#2           Project-based activity designs for 
Korean language learners (K) Misug Park & Sunhee Song 
Defense Language Institute 

#3  E-portfolio content and materials from beginning to advanced Korean courses (K)
Junghee Kim University of Virginia Danielle Ooyoung Pyun 
Ohio State University
#4  Incorporating non-verbal  behaviors in teaching culture using video materials  (K)
Jongoh Eun  Defense Language Institute
#5  Linoit as a gateway to enhancing higher order thinking skills (K)
Eun-Jeong Kim & Jaeduck Park 
Defense Language Institute
Breakout session for Q/A and follow-up discussion   

Teaching Materials Demonstration 2
MG 102   
Chair: Eunyoung Kim  Duke University
#6  Taking first steps from classroom to community: Learning about and with the community (K)
Jeeyoung Ha
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
#7  A sample lesson on North Korean dialect using task-based instruction(K)
Samuel Lee & Youngju Koo 
Defense Language Institute 
#8  VoiceThead, a versatile  mediating tool in KFL (K) Taewoong Kim  
University of Oklahoma  Myoyoung Kim 
Defense Language Institute
#9  Using music videos with subtitles as a source of enhanced input  (E) Jayoung Song  Johns Hopkins University
#10  Sijo in the cloud: Bringing 14th century masterpieces to life by VoiceThread (E)
Taewoong Kim  University of Oklahoma
Breakout session for Q/A and follow-up discussion   

5:00 – 6:15

Panel Discussion #1 (E) - MG 100

The Korean Language in America:
The nuts-and-bolts of writing up your contributions to our journal 

Susan Strauss
Penn State University/CALPER
Hee Ju  University of Southern California Mina Lee  Defense Language Institute
Ihnhee Kim  Northwestern University 

Panel Discussion #2 (K) - MG 102 

Challenges and strategies for  establishing a sustainable Korean language program: 
Examples from five universities

Soohee Kim  University of Washington
Haewon Cho  University of Pennsylvania
Hangtae Cho  University of Minnesota
Mijeong Mimi Kim 
Washington University in St. Louis
Ok-Sook Park  Michigan State University


Friday, June 26, 2015

9:00 – 10:30

Workshop Panel #5  (K) - MG 100
Chair: Hyunsuk Jee   Paechai University

Developing proficiency-based learning outcomes and  self-assessment tools 

Sun-Young Shin Indiana University
Mee Jeong Park U of Hawaii at Manoa
Hi-Sun Kim University of Chicago Danielle Ooyoung Pyun
Ohio State University
Sungdai Cho 
SUNY, Binghamton University
Mary Kim U of Hawaii at Manoa
Soohee Kim University of Washington

Workshop Panel #6 (K) - MG 102
Chair: Sang Hwan Seong 
            Seoul National University

Incorporating Project-Based  Language Learning (PBLL) to  college-level KFL curriculum

Kijoo Ko
Soojin Lee
Meehyei Lee 
Junghee Park
Seung-Eun Chang 
Minsook Kim
Jiyoung Kim
University of California, Berkeley

10:30 – 10:45

Break - MIA

10:45 – 12:00

Plenary Address 2  (E) - MIA
Language and diaspora: Korean diaspora's linguistic disunity

John Lie
University of California, Berkeley

12:00 – 1:00

Lunch - MIA



Friday afternoon, June 26 – Saturday, June 27 

Friday, June 26, 2015

1:00 – 1:20

Opening Ceremony - MIA
Welcoming Remarks:
Joowon Suh  Program Chair, 20th AATK Annual Meeting  

1:20 – 1:50

Special Presentation (K) - MIA

한국어.한국학 교육과정과 E-Learning

Ji-Hyung Kim  Executive Secretary, IAKLE

1:50 – 2:00

Short Break 


Session 1A - MIA
Program Building:  From in and out
Chair: Jamin Roh
            Boston University

Session 1B - MG 100
Enhancing Learner
Hyekyung Sung-Frear
Defense Language Institute

Session 1C - MG 102 Learner Variables:  
Strategies, anxiety, 
& motivation
Chair: Robin Berube 
Defense Language Institute

2:00 – 2:30

Korean language in America 70/20:  Reflection and 
projection (K)

Hye-Sook Wang  Brown University

Metacognitive  instruction in the Korean as a foreign language classroom: Insights from quantitative and 
qualitative analyses (E)

Nicole Ziegler, Mary Kim, 
Jieun Lee, Eunjung Lee, 
Alex Kasula 
University of Hawaii at Manoa

Motivational orientations and variables of Korean learners in American college settings (K)
Kyoungwon Oh 
Sang Yee Cheon 
University of Hawaii at Manoa

2:30 – 3:00

Building K-12 Korean teacher certification programs: The need for a nationwide coherent Korean pedagogy  curriculum (E)

Hee Chung Chun
Young-mee Yu Cho
Rutgers University  

Second language learners' disagreement sequences in Korean conversation (E)

Kyoungmi Ha 
University of California,  Los Angeles  

Advantages of using self-assessment exercises for KFL students (K)
Sang-Seok Yoon  University of Iowa Jaeseung Yang
Korea University

3:00 – 3:30

한국학 강의의 실시간 송출 적용과 효과 (K)
Haiyoung Lee Sun Hee Park 
Ewah Womans University

Developing oral  proficiency in a  content-based 
classroom (E)
Ji-Young Jung 
Eunice Chung 
University of Pennsylvania

Willingness to communicate and social-psychological  factors as predictors of L2 proficiency: English and Chinese learners of Korean in a KSL context (K)

Jaesu Choi 
Jung Sup Kim 
Kyung Hee University

3:30 – 4:00

From accidental teachers to professional language educators:  A comparative  perspective on program building for KFL faculty in higher education in Korea,
the U.S. and China (K)
Yeo-tak Yoon 
Seoul National University Young-mee Yu Cho 
Rutgers University
Dan Wang  Beijing University

Telecommunication  between Korean and
English learners:  Exploring the role of 
relationship building (E)
Eunjeong Choi 
The University of Texas at

Korean on the move: American students’  acculturation during study abroad 
experience in Korea (E) - Canceled
Jeongyi Lee 
Kennesaw State University

4:00 – 4:20

Break - MIA

4:20 – 5:50

Panel Discussion - MIA

AATK College Curriculum Development Project: From blueprint to construction (K)  

Chair: Minju Kim  Claremont McKenna College Ho Jung Choi  Princeton University
Jiyoung Daniel  University of North Georgia Haewon Cho  University of Pennsylvania
Dongmin Kim  University of Hawaii at Manoa
Eunyoung Kim  Duke University
Mihyun Kim  University of Pittsburgh Joowon Suh  Princeton University
Ebru Turker  Arizona State University
Kyung-Eun Yoon  University of Maryland, Baltimore County 


Saturday, June 27, 2015


Session 2A - MIA
Language Learning 
Chair: Ji-Young Jung
University of Pennsylvania

Session 2B - MG 100
Second Language Processing
Chair: Myoyoung Kim
Defense Language Institute

Session 2C - MG 102 Learning Strategies
Chair: Kyungeun Yoon
University of Maryland,
Baltimore County

9:00 – 9:30

The effects and  challenges of  incorporating servicelearning into a Korean
language program (E)
Soyeon Kim
Sung-Ock Sohn 
University of California,  Los Angeles

The effect of working memory on the  complexity of learners'
written production  (K)

Juno Baik 
Brigham Young University Youngjoo Kim 
Kyung Hee University 

언어권.문화권에 따른 한국어 읽기 문항 분석 연구 (K)
Jaewook Kim 
Hankuk University of 
Foreign Studies 
Jangsook Yoo 
Brigham Young University

9:30 – 10:00

A successful model for
Korean Heritage 
Language and  Community Language 
(HL-CL) schools in the
United States (E)
Byeong-Keun You 
The University of Montana

The processing of L2 
Korean metaphors (E)
Ebru Turker
Arizona State University

한국과 미국의 대학생의 쓰기 상위인지 전략 사용에 대한 비교 연구 (K)
Hei Sook Yoo 
Georgetown University
Yoonkyeong Shin 
Incheon University Ji-yeon Sung 
Korea University

10:00 – 10:30

Language planning in the translocal:  An overview of  community-based  Korean language 
education in the U.S. (E)
Siwon Lee 
University of Pennsylvania

The process of formulaic sequences in language use of L1 and L2 Korean speakers (K)
Seunghye Yu 
University of Hawaii at Manoa

L2 Korean learners’ emotional involvement in Korean word 
recognition (K)
Sunyoung Ahn  
University of Maryland

10:30 – 10:45

Break - MIA

10:45 – 12:00

Keynote Address (K) - MIA
Korean as a foreign language in America: On-go Ji-sin 溫故(而)知新
Ho-min Sohn
University of Hawaii at Manoa

12:00 – 1:00

Lunch - MIA

1:00  – 2:15

AATK Business MeetingMIA
Announcement of Executive Officers (2015-2018)
Board Member (2015-2018) Election Future Conference Sites


2:15 – 5:30

Session I: 21st Century Korean Language Online Program
#1 Implementation of Korean online instruction  Elena Paul Hacienda La Puenta Unified School District, CA
#2 Korean online course aligned to Common Core State Standards
Sung Kim Cahuenga Elementary, Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), CA

Session II: Overview of K-12 Korean Language Program in USA
#3 Korean dual language program overview (K-8) 
Jee Sun Chung Cahuenga Elementary, Los Angeles Unified School District, CA #4 Foreign language program in elementary school (K-5)
Jennifer Y. Cho Marvin Ave Language Magnet Elementary School(K-5), LAUSD, CA
#5 Secondary world language program (6-12): East coast area 
Hyun Joo Kwon NYSED Language Regional Bilingual Education Resource Network, New York University
#6 Secondary world language program (6-12): Western states
Eilene Shin Glen Wilson High School, Hacienda La Puenta Unified School District, CA

Session III: Strategies to build Strong Korean Language Program
#7 How to implement Korean Honor Society
Eun Jung Kim New Hope Academy, MD
Jeong Sook Cho Palisades Park Junior & Senior HS, NJ
#8 How to implement Korean club  
Eunice Lee Rowland High School, Rowland Unified School District, CA
#9 How to organize multi-cultural fair
Young Ran Song Highland Christian Academy, Valdosta, GA


Saturday, June 27, 2015


Session 3A - MIA
Syllabus & Materials
Chair: Bo Yang Park
Defense Language Institute

Session 3B - MG 100
Chair: Yeonhee Yoon    
University of Notre Dame

Session 3C - MG 102
Measuring & 
Assessing Oral
Chair: Bumyong Choi  Emory University

2:15 – 2:45

Comparison of food  ordering interaction in real life and in language textbooks (E)
Ji Eun Lee 
University of Hawaii at Manoa

Epistemic stance and prosody in Korean  quotative constructions
Seunggon Jeong 
Sung-Ock Sohn 
University of California, 
Los Angeles

Examining validity of oral proficiency 
interview (K)

Myong-Hee Choi 
The University of Montana

2:45 – 3:15

초중급 한국어 수업에서의
완전학습프로그램 개발 연구
Jongcheol Kim 
Eun Jin Park 
Ja kyung Yun 
Seoul National University

The –Pnita sentence ending constructing a competent professional identity of a given  moment (K)

Sumi Chang 
University of Hawaii at Manoa

Measuring complexity and accuracy in L2  Korean oral production

Kyae-Sung Park 
University of Hawaii at Manoa

3:15 – 3:45

한국 문학 교수요목 설계 방안 연구 - 국외(미국 내)
문학교육을 중심으로 (K)
Ji-Hye Oh 
Semyung University Ka Yeon Jin 
Yeo-tak Yoon 
Seoul National University 

Affirmative response  design to polar  questions in Korean  political campaign  debates (E)

Eun Young Bae 
University of California, 
Los Angeles

한국어 학습자의 구어에 나타난 어휘 복잡성: 측정과 발달 (K)

Youngjoo Kim
Juyeon Nam 
Kyung Hee University

3:45 – 4:00

Break – MIA & MG



Session 4A - MIA
Korean for 
Specific Purposes 
Chair: Insung Ko 
Washington University 
in St. Louis 

Session 4B - MG 100
Second Language
Chair: Sungdai Cho
Binghamton University

Session 4C - MG 102
Instructional Focus
Chair: Hei Sook Yoo
Georgetown University

4:00 – 4:30

매체를 활용한 한국어 의사소통 교육 연구 - 비즈니스 커뮤니케이션을 중심으로 (K)
Jeehye Kim 
Dae Seok Yun 
Seoul National University

The acquisition of Korean case particles by learners with  typologically different L1s (E)

Hyunjung Ahn 
University of Washington

학습자의 한국어 발음에 대한 인식과 실제 (K)
 Mi-Hyun Kim
Kyung-ok Joo 
University of Pittsburgh

4:30 – 5:00

Linguistic indexicality at
Korean workplaces (E)
Minju Kim Claremont
McKenna College
Susan Strauss Pennsylvania
State University  

영어권 교포 학습자의 한국어 피동 ERP 연구: 모어 화자의
뇌 반응과 비교하여 (K)

Haegwon Jeong 
Hankuk University of 
Foreign Studies
Sun-Young Lee 
Cyber Hankuk University of
Foreign Studies

Instruction of English loanwords to learners of
Korean (E)

Ahrong Lee  York University 
Younghyon Heo 
University of Aizu

5:00 – 5:30

development of Korean language for diplomacy
 Yeonhee Yoon 
University of Notre Dame

제 2 언어로서의 한국어
영주어(null-subject)와 영목적어(null-object) 습득 연구 (K)  - Canceled
Jinhee Jeong 
Hankuk University of 
Foreign Studies

Common student errors in Korean listening: Error patterns in lexical task across proficiency levels

Sun-Kwang Bae  
Defense Language Institute

6:00 – 9:00

Barbeque Dinner  (El Estero Park)