We are pleased to announce the seventh annual conference and teacher training workshop of the American Association of Teachers of Korean (AATK). The conference and teacher training workshop will take place at the Radisson Resort Parkway in Kissimmee, Florida, July 31-August 3. 

You are invited to submit an abstract (maximum two pages) for a 30-minute presentation (20 minutes plus 10 minutes for questions) on any topic that is related to the enhancement of teaching Korean language, culture or literature. Some of the research areas that were suggested last year are repeated below:

  1. Use of multimedia and technology to teach content courses.
  2. How to introduce culture.
  3. How to teach Korean through literature.
  4. Teaching of vocabulary, reading, writing, grammar, or communicative skills.
  5. Korean discourse patterns and how to teach them.
  6. Issues in curriculum design.
  7. Description of phonological, syntactic, pragmatic, semantic problems and their implications for teaching.
  8. Second language acquisition: theory and practice.

Please refer to the CALL-FOR-PAPERS page for other details.

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