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Teaching Korean Language through Literature -Reflections on a Decade of Experience with Modern Korean Short Fiction-
문학을 통한 한국어교육 -현대 한국 단편 소설 활용 양상에 대한 고찰-

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Authors
King, R.
Issue Date
2004
Publisher
서울대학교 국어교육연구소
Citation
국어교육연구, Vol.14, pp. 295-335
Keywords
Modern Korean Short FictionKorean language teaching materialsRoles and types of glossingCulture and literature
Abstract
This paper introduces my experience over the past decade as I have continued

to prepare and teach from a set of advanced Korean language teaching materials

based on modern short fiction. The objectives of the project, Multimedia Reader in

Modem Korean Short Fiction, launched in 1994, is generally to provide a generous

selection of amply annotated modem Korean short stories for Anglophone learners

of Korean studying in North American universities, and eventually to improve students' comprehension of each specific Korean short story, to improve their retention of Korean vocabulary and cultural references, to increase their enjoyment and appreciation of Korean language literary texts, and generally to improve Korean language reading skills.
ISSN
1227-8823
Language
English
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/87072
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College of Education (사범대학)Korean Language Education Research Institute (국어교육연구소)국어교육연구 (The Education of Korean Language)국어교육연구 Volume 13/14 (2004)
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