July 31:         The Opening of the Seventh Annual Conference and Teacher Training Workshop of

Wednesday    the American Association of Teachers of Korean



Breakfast:  Cafe in the Court

Registration: The Pre-Function Area, Conference Center

Note: All general sessions will be held in Eagle Flamingo

8:30-9:00 Welcoming Remarks


Chair: Young-mee Yu Cho, Rutgers University

Joe Jungno Ree

President, American Association of Teachers of Korean


Chung-Sook Kim

International Association for Korean Language Education


Hyeon Seon Choi, Program Officer

Korea Foundation


  Teacher Training Workshop I

Theme: Old Standbys and New Trends in FL Teaching: Demonstration of   Specific Approaches


Invited Speaker 1

Task Design and Sequencing in the Communicative Language Classroom


James W. Rankin, Princeton University

Introduction by Joe Jungno Ree, Florida State University

10:15-10:30 Coffee Break
10:30-12:30 Panel 1:   A Focus on Form approach to the teaching of L2 Korean grammar: Tense

                 and aspect markers ~었, ~ ,  ~ and ~

                  Organizer: Hae-Young Kim, Duke University

                  Panelists: EunHee Lee, UCLA

                                    K. Seon Jeon, Georgetown University


Chair: Hae-Young Kim

Part 1

Meaning of the Korean tense and aspect markers

Eun Hee Lee

Part 2 Pedagogical strategy: Input processing instruction for ~ and ~

Hae-Young Kim

Part 3

Input, interaction, and output: Interaction enhancement for teaching the difference

between ~ and ~

K. Seon Jeon

12:30-1:45 Lunch, Cafe in the Court
1:45-3:45 Panel 2:  Teaching Korean in the Framework of Task-Based Language Teaching

                 (TBLT): How  Is It Different from Other Approaches?

                 Organizers: Eun Joo Kim, Ohio State University

                                      Kijoo Ko, UC Berkeley

Chair: Eun Joo Kim

3:45-4:00 Coffee Break

Panel 5:  Toward Better Practice in KFL

                 Organizer:  Gwee-sook Kim, Princeton University

                 Panelists: Young-mee Yu Cho, Rutgers University

                                   Myoyoung Kim, SUNY Buffalo      


Chair: Gwee-sook Kim     

6:15 Dinner


August 1, Thursday:  Teacher Training Workshop II





9:00-10:15 Invited Speaker 2

Information-gap tasks in the classroom: Can we talk?


Frank B. Brooks, Florida State University


Introduction by Joe Jungno Ree

10:15-10:30 Coffee Break
10:30-12:30 Panel 4:  Grammar Teaching and Korean as a Foreign Language

                 Hyeson Park, University of South Carolina

Chair: Gwee-sook Kim, Princeton University

12:30-1:45 Lunch
1:45-3:15 Panel 3:  The Effect of the Use of English and Korean in the KFL Classrooms of Non-heritage Learners


                 Organizer: Sahie Kang, Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center

                 Discussants: Hyo Sang Lee, Indiana University

                                         Joe Jungno Ree, Florida State University


Chair: Sahie Kang

3:15-3:30Coffee Break
3:30-4:30 Special Presentation I: 국어 어문 규정 (Standardization of Korean Orthography)


Hee-won Jung and Hye-won Choi

국립국어 연구원 (The National Academy of the Korean Language)



Chair: Kay Richards, UC Berkeley

4:30-5:30 Special Presentation II: Technology Integration in Foreign Language Classrooms

Ric and Rebecca Buesgen

Clear Cut Technology Solutions, LLC


Chair: Sahie Kang, DLIFLC

6:15 Dinner
7:30-9:30 Executive Board Meeting, Executive Board Room


August 2-3  Annual Conference

Theme: Meeting New Challenges: How Can Korean Be Better Taught? 

August 2, Friday






Session 1:  Developing Effective KFL Materials

Chair: Hyo Sang Lee, Indiana University

9:00-9:30 과제 중심의 고급반 수업 구성에 대한 연구

Young-man Kim, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies


해외동포용  한국어 교재의 교사용 지도서의 구성원리

Jae-Wook Kim, Kyung Hee University

10:00-10:30 A technology-supported collaborative Korean language learning project

Sunhee Choi, University of Southern California

10:30-11:00 한국어 교재에서의 과제의 개념 활용 방안

Chung-Sook Kim, Korea University

11:00-11:15 Coffee Break
Session 2:  Designing Courses for Business Korean and Language Pedagogy

Chair: Eunsu Cho, University of Michigan

11:15-11:45 The Use of the Internet resources to teach  Business Korean

Byung-Joon Lim, Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center (DLIFLC)

11:45-12:15 A proposed syllabus for KOREAN 600 'Introduction to KFL Pedagogy'

Andrew S. Byon, SUNY Albany

12:15-1:30 Lunch, Cafe in the Court
Session 3A:  Language and Culture

Chair: Chung-Sook Kim, Korea Univ.

Session 3B:  Using Resources in the KFL Classroom

Chair: Eun Joo Kim, Ohio State University


Hunmongjahoe: The pedagogical implications for Korean as a second language

Jin Kyu Kim, Kongju Univerisity

Writing as a facilitating methodology for mixed beginning classes

Myoyoung Kim, SUNY Buffalo

2:00-2:30 Using TV commercials to teach culture

Saekyun H. Lee, DLIFLC

시청각 교재를 활용한 효율적인 수업의 모형

Hyun-Jin Kim, Ewha University

2:30-3:00 Teaching Korean kinship terms to foreign learners of the Korean language: Addressing and referencing

Seok-Hoon You, Korea University

Teaching Korean in an integrated four-skills way with pictures and maps

Bo Y. Park, DLIFLC

3:00-3:30 Yin and Yang: The theory of five elements shown in the Korean language

Sunny Jung, UC Santa Barbara

Learning second-year Korean through the Internet

Eunsu Cho, University of Michigan

3:30-3:45 Coffee Break
  Session 4:  Performance Analysis

Chair: Kijoo Ko, UC Berkeley

3:45-4:15 Investigating the acquisition of Korean particles by beginning and intermediate learners

Eun Joo Kim, Ohio State University

4:15-4:45 An investigation of acoustic characteristics of Korean stops produced by non-heritage learners

Mi-Ran Cho Kim, University of Georgia

Andrew J. Lotto, Washington State University

4:45-5:15 Motivational orientation of students of Korean and its relationship to language achievement

Steven Lee and Hui C. Kim, California State University, Dominguez Hills

6:15 Dinner


August 3, Saturday

7:30-9:00 Breakfast
Session 5:  A Panel Discussion on Bilingual Education

Moderator: Steven K. Lee

9:00-10:00 Korean bilingual education issues in public and Korean schools

Organizer: Steven K. Lee, California State University, Dominguez Hills


Panelists: Soyoung Choi, California State University, Fullerton


                   Jessica Chung, Scripps College/CSU, Fullerton


                   Song Yi Han, CSU, Fullerton


                   Seonhye Kim, CSU, Fullerton


                   Kimberly Moon, University of Hawaii/CSU, Fullerton

Session 6A:  The Challenges for Heritage Learners

Chair: Craig Merrill

Session 6B: Discourse and Contrastive Analyses

Chair: Hyun-Jin Kim, Ewha University


Heterogeneity in the classroom

Sungdai Cho, SUNY Binghamton

한국어 평가 담화의 특징: 한국어 교사들의 담화분석을 중심으로

Dong-Eun Lee Seoul National University

10:30-11:00 The language backgrounds, motivations, and attitudes of heritage learners in KFL classes at the University of Hawaii at Manoa

Hi-Sun Kim, University of Hawaii

A contrastive study of the words '-중에서' and 'among'

Woo Ill Shim, University of Maryland University College, Asia

11:00-11:15 Coffee Break
  Session 7:  Placement Tests

Chair: Clare You, UC Berkeley

11:15-11:45 Guidelines for item-writing for the curriculum- based placement test: Development and application

Y.-G. Lee, S. Kim Yuen, C.S. Ahn, S. Yoon, S.B. Baek, and S. Park, University of Hawaii

11:45-12:15 Web-based Korean language placement tests

D. J. Lee, Y.-G. Lee, and Siwon Park,  University of Hawaii at Manoa

12:15-1:30 Lunch
  Session 8:  Issues in SLA and L2 Korean

Chair: Hae-Young Kim, Duke University

1:30-2:00 Neurobiology of Memory and SLA
Namhee Lee, UCLA
2:00-2:30 The role of corrective recasts in L2 Korean: Object relatives and the honorific morpheme -si-

Mijung Lee, University of Hawaii at Manoa

2:30-3:15 Think, work, and talk together: Revisiting cooperative learning


Eunwook Park, University of South Florida

3:15-3:30 Coffee Break
3:30- 5:30 IMPORTANT: 2002 AATK Business Meeting, Eagle Flamingo
6:45 President's Reception

July 30, Tuesday     Check-in time 4:00 p.m.  (may be earlier)

August 4, Sunday    Checkout time 11:00 a.m.

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