|Spring||Teaching English Reading and Writing||2|
|Teaching the Pronunciation of English||2|
|Current Trends in TEFL||2|
|Theories of English Language Teaching and Learning||2|
|Seminar in English Language TeachingⅠ||1|
|A Discourse-Functional Approach to English Teaching||2|
|Topics in British and American Literature||2|
|English Language Teaching and Translation||2|
|Teaching English through Film||2|
|Fall||Teaching English Speaking and Listening||2|
|Teaching English Grammar||2|
|Teaching English through Literature||2|
|Acquisition of English Sentence Structure||2|
|Curriculum Design and Testing in TEFL||2|
|Research Methods in TEFL||2|
|Materials and Methods in TEFL||2|
|Seminal in English Language Teaching Ⅱ||1|
|English logic and Essay||2|
|Teaching Phonetics and Phonology of English||2|
|Teaching British and American Culture||2|
|Children's Literature in TEFL||2|
|Teaching English Syntax||2|
|Teaching the History of the English Language||2|
This course introduces participants to principle theories on speaking and listening, and seeks ways to apply the theoretical models to Korean educational settings, with the purpose of enhancing students' communication ability. Through this course, participants will have a greater understanding of English speaking and listening practices in Korea, and are encouraged to explore practical teaching methods to foster speaking and listening abilities of Korean students.
This course concentrates on teaching English reading and writing. Participants are expected to acquire in-depth knowledge about the reading process, rather than reading as word interpretation and sentence analysis. Consideration is also given to explore teaching techniques for the improvement of reading and writing abilities.
This course intends for participants to understand and acquire accurate English articulation based on phonetic knowledge. Participants, through this course, will achieve effective pronunciation teaching skills and strategies for English classes.
Focusing on practical English and actual questions, this course thoroughly compares and analyzes English grammar rules from the perspectives of contemporary grammar theories including school grammar and communication theory. In the process of this, participants will build up grammar abilities applicable to real English classes.
The aim of this course is to provide participants with the opportunities to understand teaching theories and methods by analyzing English literature genre and by connecting this with English education.
This course overviews the necessity of teaching English sentence structure in schools, and offers guidelines and strategies applicable to current English curricula by introducing actual class activities. The course also aims to explore practical and effective teaching skills with the examination on the acquisition process of English under the theories of second language acquisition.
This course examines the progress of English usages in English as an international language setting. Participants will comprehend particular characteristics of acquiring English as a foreign language, and understand various factors influencing the acquisition process in the setting. Participants will also consider effective methods and theories appropriate for current circumstances facing English Education in Korea.
This course addresses English curriculum design, Korean English education policy, issues for testing tasks and systems. Based on the discussions of these issues and hands-on experiences in schools, participants will learn ways to design a proper English curriculum and develop their abilities for evaluating the operation of the curriculum and testing students' English achievement.
This course concentrates on a theoretical introduction and practical applications of various research methods which have been implemented in the field of English education. For this purpose, participants are encouraged to read recent publications and journal articles in order to develop critical perspectives for the research methods.
This course examines factors related to English learning and teaching. This course also provides theoretical grounds for participants to develop English teaching models appropriate for elementary and middle school students in Korea.
The aim of this course is to provide participants the opportunities to reflect on the practical use of English materials and consider the connectivity between the materials and English classes. By gaining a deep understanding of the curricula of the Ministry of Education, and by analyzing and comparing Korean English text books with those of major English speaking countries, participants will gain a wide range of teaching techniques and strategies.
ed on current domestic and foreign research studies, this course addresses thesis research and writing, including academic trends, the choice of thesis topics, and the procedures of thesis writing.
This course is designed to seek, through analysis and discussion, effective solutions to actual problems in the core aspects of English education.
This course addresses core topics in the field of English education such as English programs for teachers, teaching English functions, evaluating English communication ability, and English research methods. Through critical reflection of those topics, participants will have the opportunities to consider the effectiveness of English teaching and learning in the present elementary and middle schools.
Concentrating on analyzing English grammar based on the discourse-functional approaches, this course aims to encourage participants to develop new perspectives of English and to offer new framework for English teaching methods. This course, in particular, addresses the different meanings of similar expressions in diverse discourse contexts, the analysis of metaphorical interpretation of words and phrases, and the analysis of meaning construction.
This course is designed to provide participants with the opportunities to acquire accurate English articulation based on phonetic knowledge, and reflect on the ways of analyzing sound patterns when speaking English. Participants will also discuss diverse methods for analyzing English phonetics and phonology with different aspects of approaches.
This course overviews canonical works in the field of English literature and major works of genre/literary trend from the various perspectives of criticism of authors and works.
Through English literature and multimedia, this course aims to develop participants' insight for culture of English speaking countries.
This course is designed to overview the developmental process of poetry, prose, and novels in children's literature. Participants are expected to study and develop proper methods for teaching English by connecting major children's English works and English education.
This course analyzes various sentence structures of English and discusses language acquisition phenomena through the framework of generative grammatical approaches.
The purpose of this course is to classify the developmental process of English - from Proto-Indo-European to modern English - into ancient, middle, and modern English. In the process of this, participants will gain a greater understanding of English history, which in turn will lead to better understanding of real English classes.
Participants will acquire in-depth knowledge about translation theories in this course. They will also enhance their capabilities of translation from source languages to target languages by practicing actual translation of both practical and literary texts.
This course introduces the ways to utilize materials from diverse multimedia such as news, films, commercials, soap operas and Internet sources in order for students to improve their listening ability. This course will also help participants to enhance their capabilities to teach authentic English expressions and pronunciation in the real English classroom settings.
This course aims to familiarize participants with a wide range of English texts such as definitional, summary, persuasive, comparing and contrasting texts and to provide participants with the opportunities to practice actual topic writing related with their everyday lives. Participants will acquire English logic as well as improve their English ability through the provision of feedback of native or native-like English professors with regard to sentence structure, grammar and content of their writing.