Publications
Note: The Korean Language in America (Proceedings of annual conferences) will be refereed from Volume 10.

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The Korean Language in America (in reverse chronological order)

 

Volume 12 (2007) Edited by Hye-Sook Wang

1.

Focus on Form and L2 Writing Instruction

Jessica Williams

2.

Content-Based Language Instruction through

Korea Film

Sang Yee Cheon

3.

21st Century Sejong Corpora (to be) Completed

Hung-gyu Kim, Beom-mo Kang, & Jungha Hong

4.

The Relative Tense-Aspect in Emergent Discourse:

Theoretical and Pedagogical Implications

Ki-tae Kim

5.

Reference to Past and Past Perfect in L2 Korean

EunHee Lee & Hae-Young Kim

6.

How Do Non-heritage Students Learn to Make the

Three-way Contrast of Korean Stops?

Eurie Shin

7.

Issues in Korean Language Teaching in the United

States: Recent Facts and Figures

David J. Silva

8.

Application of Conversation Analysis to Teaching

Korean Language and Culture

Kyung-Eun Yoon

9.

A Study on Criteria for Choosing Literary Works

for Purposes of Korean Language Education

Yeotak Yoon & Jaeyoung Woo

 

Volume 11 (2006) Edited by Hye-Sook Wang

1.

Korean as a World Language

Sungdai Cho, Insook Chung

& Mark Peterson

2.

Does L2 Proficiency Make a Difference in Choosing

between WDCT and ODCT?

Sangkyung Han

3.

Chinese Character Education in Teaching Korean as a

Foreign Language: A New Paradigm of Cognitive Expansion

Min Jung & Young-mee Yu Cho

4.

Active Learning: A New Approach to Improving

Students’ Fluency in a Foreign Language

Insook Kang

5.

Influence of Prosody on Korean Word Production by non-heritage Learners

Mi-Ran Cho Kim, Andrew J. Lotto, & Jin-Kyu Kim

6.

Special Submission: A New Direction for Korean as an academic Language

Yeotak Yoon

 

Volume 10 (2005) Edited by Hye-Sook Wang

1.

Teaching Refusals in Korean

Andrew Sangpil Byon

2.

Investigating Students Preferences in Error Correction in Korean Language Teaching

Mihyon Jeon & Insook Kang

3.

Construction of Language and Culture in a

content-Based language Class                

Hae-Young Kim

4.

Perception and Production of Korean /l/ by L2 Learners:

Implications for Teaching Refined Pronunciation

Min Sook Kim

5.

Korean Particles: ‘to’ and ‘(i)lato

Jung-Hyuck Lee

6.

The Perception of Foreign Accents in Spoken Korean

by Prosody: Comparison of Heritage and Non-heritage

Speakers

Eurie Shin

7.

Presidents’ Panel: Reflections on Ten Years of AATK History

 

Volume 9 (2004) Edited by Hae-Young Kim

1.

Language and Culture

2.

Approaches to the Teaching of Pronunciation, Grammar, and Pragmatics

3.

Curriculum Development and Evaluation                

4.

Technology and Web-based instruction

5.

Issues regarding Heritage Learners

6.

Pedagogy and Research Notes

 

Volume 8 (2003) Edited by Clare You

1.

Research Review

2.

Performance Analysis

3.

Approaches to the Teaching of Grammar and Pragmatics    ?

4.

Using Computer Technology and Other Resources in KFL Instruction

5.

Learners' Profiles and Needs

6.

Teaching Literature and Culture

7.

Romanization

8.

On Korean Language Books

 

Volume 7 (2002) Edited by Joe Jungno Ree

1.

Invited Speakers:

Task Design and Sequencing in the Communicative Language Classroom Information-gap tasks in the classroom: Can we talk?

2.

Teacher Training Workshop

3.

Developing Effective KFL Materials      

4.

Designing Courses for Business Korean and Language Pedagogy

5.

Language and Culture

6.

Using Resources in the KFL Classroom

7.

Performance Analysis

8.

The Challengers for Heritage Learners

9.

Discourse and Contrastive Analysis

10.

Placement Tests

11.

Issues in L2 Korean and Second Language Acquisition

 

?/span>Volume 6 (2001) Edited by Joe Jungno Ree

1.

Keynote Address: Theories, evidence, and practice in foreign language teaching

2.

Approaches to the Teaching of Grammar and Pragmatics

3.

Methodology and Pedagogy

4.

Culture and Literature

5.

Technology and Web-based Instruction

6.

Development of Courses and Teaching Materials

7.

Sociolinguistic and Language Policy Issues

8.

High School Programs

9.

Error Analysis

10.

Issues Regarding Heritage Learners

11.

Development of Writing Skills

12.

Linguistic Analysis and Its Application to Teaching

 

Volume 5 (2000) Edited by Sung-Ock S. Sohn

1.

Strengthening and Articulation

2.

Integration of Technology

3.

Task-Based and Content-Based Instruction

4.

Language and Culture

5.

Assessment and Evaluation

6.

Pedagogical Challenges

 

Volume 4 (2000) Edited ?/span>by Sahie Kang

1.

Program and Curriculum Development

2.

Teaching Strategies and Methodologies

3.

Teaching Literature

4.

Teaching Socio-Cultural Competence

5.

Assessment and Testing

 

Volume 3 (1999) Edited ?/span>by Sahie Kang

1.

Teaching Strategies and Methodologies

2.

Linguistics and Language Acquisition

3.

Discourse and Pragmatics

4.

Literature and Translation

5.

Multimedia and Computer-Assisted Teaching

6.

Textbooks and Curriculum

 

Volume 2 (1997) Edited ?/span>by Yung-Hee Kim

1.

Teaching Strategies and Methodologies

2.

Second Language Acquisition

3.

Heritage vs. Non-Heritage Learners

4.

Literature & Culture

 

Volume 1 (1995) Edited by Ho-Min Sohn

1.

Curriculum Design

2.

Teaching of Literature and Culture

3.

Classroom Teaching Methods

4.

Linguistics and Language Teaching

5.

Proficiency Assessment

6.

Ethnic Language Education

7.

Computer-Assisted Language Learning

8.

Theoretical and Methodological Issues

Note: Any of these volumes (except for Vol. 1) can be purchased by sending a check for $12, which includes shipping and handling, to:

Dr. Joowon Suh, AATK Treasurer
<suh@princeton.edu>
Senior lecturer
Princeton University
222 First Campus Center
Princeton, NJ 08544
(609) 258-8322 [O] | 258-5984 [F]


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