Conference Program

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Tatiana Yevguenievna Askishina
Professor of Russian, USC
Topic: Strategies for Teaching Global Competence in 21century Foreign Language Instruction

Thursday, June 29, 2017 | 9:30am | THH 301
Olga Kagan
Professor and Director of the Center for World Language and Russian Flagship Program, UCLA
Topic: Looking into the Future: A Model of Heritage Language Education

Friday, June 30, 2017 | 10:45am | THH 301
Mary Ann Lyman-Hager

Professor of European Studies and French, San Diego State University
Topic: No Language Left Behind - Some Assembly Required 

Saturday, July 1, 2017 | 10:45am | THH 301
Tatiana Akishina

University of Southern California
Topic: Strategies for Teaching Global Competence in 21century Foreign Language Instruction 


Thursday, June 29, 2017

Workshop Panel #1 (K) - THH208

Chair: Mijeong Mimi Kim
Washington University in St. Louis

Revitalizing “Communities” of the 5C’s: Community-based Language Learning Projects (K)
Angela Lee-Smith Yale University
Joowon Suh Princeton University
Bumyong Choi Emory University

Workshop Panel #2 (K) - THH210

Chair: Danielle Pyun
Ohio State University

Importance of teaching Response Tokens to KFL students
Hyo Sang Lee Indiana University
Sang-Seok Yoon University of Iowa
Kyung-Eun Yoon UMBC

Workshop Panel #3 (K) - THH208

Chair: Dongsoo Bang
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

한국어 프로그램에서 역사 문화를 어떻게 가르칠 것인가? - 역사와 문화 내용을 접목한 21 세기형 학습 능력 배양을 위한 프로그램 구성 제안
Hei Sook Yoo Georgetown University/King Sejong Institute in D.C.
Sunmi Yoon Detroit Saejong School
Keum-Sook Yang King Sejong Institute in D.C.

Workshop Panel #4(K) - THH210

Chair: Kyung-Eun Yoon

Riding the “Korean” Wave: Incorporating Popular Culture in KFL Classrooms
Kyoungrok Ko University of Toronto
Yujeong Choi University of Toronto
Na-Young Ryu University of Toronto
Jihae Chun University of Toronto

Teaching Materials Demonstration 1 - THH208

Chair: Insung Ko
Washington University in St. Louis

Synergetic Interdepend- ence between Korean Learning and Geographic Contexts via Mobile Technology (K)
Changyu Hong, KyungAh Yoon Portland State University

Integration: listening, speaking, and pronunciation using the online program Edpuzzle (K)
Sooyeon Lee UW-Milwaukee

한국어교육에서의 21 세기 핵심 역량 강화를 위한 온라인 교육용 어플리케이션 활용 방안 (K)
Kyungmi Jang, Seyoung An Rainbow international school

Teaching Materials Demonstration 2 - THH210

Chair: Yookyung Lee
Boise State University

Promoting Intercultural Competence through Engaging Community- centered Project-Based Learning (K)
Ihnhee Kim Northwestern University
Hyunjung Ahn USC

Building Intercultural Competence through TV Dramas, Movies, and Web- toons (K)

A curriculum development of ‘Business Korean’ for the advanced learners: Benefit and challenge (K)
Hyunae Yun Emory University

Teaching Materials Demonstration 3 - THH212

Chair: Hae-Young Kim
Duke University

Beyond the Classroom: Integrated Coursework Design with CALL and MALL in Third-year Korean (K)
Jaemin Roh Boston University
Taewoong Kim The University of Oklahoma

Enhanced first semester Korean course design with Padlet and Shadow Puppet (K)
Jaemin Roh, Junga Yoo Boston University

Blended Learning Language Classroom for Beginner-Level Heritage Learners (한국어 계승어 초급 학습자를 위한 혼합형 학습 모델) (K)
Yuseon Yun, Eunjung Ji Princeton Universit

Teaching Materials Demonstration 4 - THH208

Chair: Mihyun Kim
University of Pittsburgh

Using Folktales to Engage Heritage Students in a Language Classroom (K)

Using book trailer for enhancing comprehension of Korean books (K)
Yujeong Choi, Kyoungrok Ko University of Toronto

Teaching Materials Demonstration 5 - THH210

Chair: Sooyeon Lee
Univ. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Meaningful Connection between Classroom Teaching and Assessment: What it takes to implement Standards-based Integrated Performance Assessment (K)
Jeeyoung Ha University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign

Web-based Formative Assessment in Reading and Listening: The Online Diagnostic Assessment (ODA) System (K)
Sun-Kwang Bae DLIFLC

Teaching Materials Demonstration 6 - THH212

Chair: Eunyoung Kim
Duke University

교과서 코퍼스 기반 한국어 학습 보조 자료 (K)
Jae-Woong Choe Korea University
Hye-Sook Kim Konyang University

Differentiated Instruction: Building Bridges between Learners and Learning (K)
Jaeduck Park DLIFLC

Friday, June 30, 2017

Workshop Panel #5 (K) - THH208

Chair: Eunyeul Yeum
Cheongju National University of Education

한국문학과 문화, 역사를 활용한 K~12 프로젝트 수업 - 시인 윤동주의 삶과 문학으로 배우는 한국어
Chanmee P. Jung Sidney Sawyer Elementary School/King Sejong Institute of Chicago
Kyoung Eun Moon Rutgers University
Seongmi Kim Lindbergh Elementary School

Workshop Panel #6 (K) - THH210

Chair: Hyo Sang Lee
Indiana University

Planning and designing online Korean courses: Cases from five universities in North America
Sangbok Kim University of Colorado at Boulder
Haewon Cho University of Pennsylvania
Bumyong Choi Emory University
Ahrong Lee York University
Danielle Pyun Ohio State University

Workshop Panel #7(K) - THH212

Chair: Yonghun Lee

Maximizing the 5C’s CONNECATION: Integrating Korean Studies into Korean Program & Curriculum
Hi-Sun Kim, Hee Young Ahn, Heeyeong Jung, Joungmok Lee Harvard University


Friday, June 30, 2017

Special Presentation (K) – THH301

한국어 학습자 구어 말뭉치의 대화 행위 주석을 위한 연구 -한국인과 한국어 학습자의 대화 행위 주석을 중심으로-
Dong-Eun Lee Kookmin University
President of International Association of Korean Language Education

Session 1A – THH208 Staff & Curriculum Development

Chair: Andrew Byon
SUNY, Univ. of Albany

교수 일지를 활용한 교사 교육 방안 연구 (K)
Eun Kyu Choi Seoul National University

Applying Backward Design for a "Modular Professional Korean" Curriculum (K)
Young-mee Yu Cho, Hee Chung Chun Rutgers University

외국인을 위한 한국어 번역 교육과정 설계 기초연구 (K)
Jong Myung Hong Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

Session 1B – THH210 Lexical & Syntactic Development

Chair: Sang Hwan Seong
Seoul National University

L2 한국어 학습자의 언어 산출에 나타난 어휘 다양성 발달 연구(K)
Juyeon Nam, Youngjoo Kim, Yanghee Kim Kyung Hee University

Regularities and variation on syntactic development of L2 learners of Korean (K)
Juno Baik Brigham Young Univ.
Youngjoo Kim, Sun Jin Lee, Jin Hee Oh Kyung Hee University

Korean Comparative Adverbial Postpositional Particles, chelem, kathi, and mankhum: Focused on Collocational Analysis and Semantic Prosody (E)
Inho Jung University of Hawaii

Session 1C – THH212 Discourse Strategies & Discourse Coherence

Chair: Ji-Young Jung
University of Pennsylvania

Discourse strategies for requesting information in Korean and English: Linguistic and cultural differences and its teaching implication (K)
Hannah Yoon Stanford University

Conjunctions of the opposite relation: Contrastive and concessive use of -ciman and –ato (K)
Hyunjung An University of Hawaii

Discourse Coherence and Task Completeness in Korean OPI’s As Demonstrated by the Intermediate and Advanced Learners (K)
Sumi Chang, Mary Shin Kim University of Hawaii at Manoa

Session 2A – THH208 Needs Analysis: Learners and Teachers

Chair: Sang-Seok Yoon
University of Iowa

재미동포 학습자의 통사 복잡성 관련 문법항목 사용 양상(K)
Hyunah Kim University of Toronto

단기 체류 한국어 학습자 대상 한국 문화 교육 내용 선정을 위한 요구 조사 분석(K)
Jung Sup Kim Kyung Hee University

한국어 교사 개발을 위한 교사 인지 연구 -외국어 인지를 중심으로- (K)
Jeongmin Ahn, Jae Wook Kim Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

Session 2B – THH210 Developing Listening Competence

Chair: Sunny B. Jung
UC Santa Barbara

The importance of L2 learners’ auditory knowledge of Sino-Korean vocabulary in KFL listening comprehension (K)
Sang Young Jeong, Sunhyun Song DLIFLC

Perception of Korean stops and affricates by Mandarin learners of Korean: The role of the Korean language proficiency (K)
Na-Young Ryu University of Toronto

The relationship between KFL learners’ auditory vocabulary knowledge and their listening comprehension (K)
Sunghyun Song DLIFLC

Session 2C – THH212 Corpus-based Analysis

Chair: Mee-Jeong Park
University of Hawaii at Manoa

A corpus-based analysis of the Korean adverb tto in spoken discourse and contemporary Korean language textbooks (K)
Jee Lee University of Hawaii at Manoa

Pairedness of ‘~(u)l swu iss~’ and ‘~(u)l swu eps~’ in Korean Corpora and their Implications (E)
Boo Kyung Jung University of Hawaii

The uses of the Korean aspect marker –ko iss- and its pedagogical implications (K)
Jiyoung Kim Indiana University, Bloomington

Saturday, July 1, 2017

Session 3A – THH208 Teaching Grammar

Chair: : Ok-Sook Park
Michigan State University

Teaching Approaches to the Formulaic Language in L2 Korean (E)
Ebru Turker Arizona State University

‘좋다’ – ‘좋아하다’ 의미 차이 분석을 통한 감정형용사와 감정동사의 교수법 제시 (K)
Hee Jin Lee University of Hawaii at Manoa

물은 셀프, 반찬은 공짜: Incorporating Zero Copula Sentences in 은/는 and 이/가 Instruction (K)
Mee-Jeong Park University of Hawaii at Manoa

Session 3B – THH210 Assessment

Chair: Ho Jung Choi
Princeton University

한국어능력시험 말하기 평가 개발을 위한 연구 (K)
Minjin Won Yonsei University
Hyunjung Kim Sogang University
Mi-Ok Kim Yonsei University

Issues in Korean language placement testing (K)
Kyae-Sung Park University of Oregon
Hye Young Smith University of Hawaii at Manoa

Oral proficiency & phonological competence in SLA: heritage speakers vs. L2 learners (K)
Sun-Young Lee Cyber Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
Haegwon Jeong Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

Session 3C – THH212 Discourse Strategies In Conversation

Chair: : Andrew Byon
SUNY, University of Albany

Recognizing the discrete functions of two imperative forms of requesting in Korean conversations: Characteristics and pedagogical implications (E)
Mary Shin Kim University of Hawaii at Manoa
Stephanie Kim California State University, Northridge

A Comparative Analysis of KFL learners’ use of connectives (E)
Dong-Kwan Kong University of Hawaii at Manoa
Dongmin Kim New York University

The Interactional Functions of the Sentence-ending Suffixes -Ney and -Ci in Korean Conversation and the Pedagogical Implications (E)
Kyoungmi Ha University of California, Los Angeles

Session 4A – THH208 Teaching Speaking & Writing in Context

Chair: Sumi Chang
University of Hawaii at Manoa

KFL Learners’ Intercultural Communication with Peers in Different Contexts: Telecommunication with Tandem partners in home country and abroad (K)
Inhye Lee University of Minnesota

학술적 글쓰기 교육: 저자 입지 (authorial stance)의 탐색과 표명 (K)
Hae-Young Kim, Jinyoung Seo Duke University

How do L1 writers in academic writing in Korean construct their authorial stance and engage with readers? (K)
Seunghye Yu University of Hawaii

Session 4B – THH210 Language Learning Strategies

Chair: Ho Jung Choi
Princeton University

Language Learners as “Citizen Sociolinguists”: Development of Critical Thinking Abilities Using Participatory Media (E)
Ji-Young Jung, Eunji Lee University of Pennsylvania

Language Learning Stories of Advanced Learners of Korean (E)
Hyunsoo Hur DLIFLC

대학생 한국어 학습자의 학습전략 분석과 효과적인 수업 방안 모색 (K)
Inhee Kim Northwestern University
Yurim Lee Kyung Hee University

Session 4C – THH212 Phonetics and Phonology

Chair: Eun-Hee Koo
Adroit College

Acquisition of Korean second language (L2) prosody and phonology: what makes L2 speakers’ talk sound foreign? (E)
Hee Ju Lee University of California, Los Angeles

Visualized acoustic infor- mation of speech sounds for teaching pronunciation of L2 Korean (K)
Insung Ko Washington University in St. Louis

The Pragmatic Functions of the Quotative Partice ‘-ko’ as Sentence Ending Suffix and Its Boundary Tones (E)
Seunggon Jeong University of California, Los Angeles








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Co-sponsored by
Korean Language Education & Research Center (KLEAR)
The School of Korean, Middlebury College
East Asian Studies Center, University of Southern California
Korean Studies Institute, University of Southern California 

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