20 Credits AUTUMN


Pre-requisites: EAS1043, EAS1044, EAS1045, EAS1046


Co-requisites: EAS21012

Aims/Description: This module is focusing on receptive activities and written productive activities in Korean language at lower intermediate level. This module acts as a transition between the teacher-centred learning required for the acquisition of basic language skills, and the autonomous and self-directed learning required to progress at intermediate and advanced levels. Translation and functional reading skills are extended, with texts including annotated topical materials. Techniques for tackling unseen materials are developed and grammar knowledge is consolidated and expanded. Practical knowledge of roughly 150 Chinese characters is introduced. Students develop skills needed to make best use of the Year Abroad programme.

Staff Contact: KIM YEON JEONG
Teaching Methods: Seminars, Independent Study
Assessment: Formal Exam

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