The Ninth Annual Conference
and Professional Development Workshop
of the American Association of Teachers of Korean

Duke University
June 23-26, 2004

The Korea Foundation
Asian-Pacific Studies Insitute,
Department of Asian and African Languages and Literature,
Korea Forum, the Center for International Studies,
Vice Provost for International Affairs,
Duke University

Workshop Proposals (PDF)

Conference Presentation Abstracts (PDF)

Professional development workshop:
Addressing psycholinguistic and sociolinguistic dimensions in pedagogy

June 23, Wednesday: Workshop Day 1

8:30-9:00 Opening ceremony

Invited Speaker 1:
Meeting the Target Society in the Language Classroom

Mari Noda,  The Ohio State University

10:30-10:45 Coffee Break
Workshop 1:
Enhancing teaching strategies based on Multiple Intelligences

Hyekyung Sung, Stanford University / Intercultural Institute of California

12:45-1:45 Lunch 
Workshop 2:
Use of TV materials in Korean language instruction

Mee-Jeong Park, UCLA

3:45-4:00 Coffee Break
Workshop 3:

Teaching Korean as a foreign language with music and songs: Theory and practice

Eun-Hee Koo, Intercultural Institute of California


June 24, Thursday:  Workshop Day 2
Workshop 4:

How to integrate culture into the Korean language classroom: Designing video material for classroom use

Young-mee Yu Cho, Rutgers University & Hae-Young Kim, Duke University

10:30-10:45 Coffee Break
Workshop 5:
Implications of ILR/ACTFL proficiency guidelines and text typology in teaching and testing college level Korean

Sahie Kang & Byung-Joon Lim, Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center

12:45-1:45 Lunch
Workshop 6:
Constructing lesson tests for Korean language classes

Eun Joo Kim, The Ohio State University

3:30-3:45 Coffee Break
Workshop 7:
Teaching language and culture through reading short stories

Clare You, UC Berkeley

Annual Conference:
Bridging language and culture

June 25, Friday: Conference Day 1


Invited Speaker 2:
Learner Language in Korean Classrooms: Implications for Teaching

Elaine Tarone, University of Minnesota

Session 1: Grammar Instruction
10:00-10:30 A corpus based analysis of teaching of Korean causal connectives, -(u)nulako and –nun palamey

Sangsuk Oh, Harvard University

10:30-11:00 Can you play tennis today?: the distinction between –(u)l swu issta and –(u)l cwul alta

Jung-Hyuck Lee, University of Chicago

Coffee Break

Session 2:  Incorporating Culture in Language Instruction
11:15-11:45 How to integrate culture in Korean language instruction

Young Wha Hong, Claremont McKenna College

11:45-12:15 Teaching Korean cultural skills to elementary KFL students

Andrew Byon, University at Albany / SUNY

Multi-media cultural resources for KFL learners in English speaking countries

Seok-Hoon You, Korea University & Jae-Hoon Jung, Griffith University, Australia

12:45-2:00 Lunch 

Session 3A: 
Instructional Use of Computer and Technology

Session 3B: 
Teaching of Culture and Literature
2:00-2:30 The role of technology for improving learners' discourse

Dong-Eun Lee, Korea University

Cross-cultural comparison of speech act: compliment response by Korean speakers

Hyun-Sook Kang, University of Pennsylvania

2:35-3:05 The evaluation of the programs used for constructing learner corpora and instructional uses of learner corpora (학습자말뭉치 의 구축에 사용된 프로그램의 장단점과 한국어 학습자 말뭉치의 교육적 활용방안) 

Jin Hong Kim, Columbia University

Representing” Korea in American Universities: A Korean graduate student’s experience of teaching Korean history to American undergraduate students

Seonmin Kim, Duke University

On-line study of online Korean courses: Current analysis of online Korean courses

Jihyun Jeon, The Ohio State University

A study on literature education in Korean langauge education--Focus on the American case (한국어 교육에서 문학교육 방법론 연구--미주권 한국어 교육을 중심으로)

윤여탁, Seoul National University & Rutgers University

3:40-4:00 Coffee Break
Session 4: Program and Curriculum Evaluations
4:00-4:30 Comparison shopping: Making the most of Korean language programs in Korea

Young-mee Yu Cho, Rutgers University

The Oral Proficiency interview: pros and cons

Sungdai Cho, SUNY Binghamton


June 26, Saturday: Conference Day 2

Session 5:  Interaction and Language Learning
8:30-9:00 The role of group work in the foreign language classroom

Ooyoung Pyun, University of Chicago


Learning outside the classroom: An analysis of conversation between Korean language learners and native conversation partners

Jeongyi Lee, Georgia Institute of Technology

Interaction-driven L2 lexical learning: learning Korean nouns and verbs through task-based interaction

K. Seon Jeon, Georgetown University/Columbus State University

Coffee break

Session 6A:
Loan Words and Pronunciation

Session 6B:
Language Pedagogy and Assessing Learning
10:20-10:50 Role of loan words in teaching Korean

Sang-Il Lee, Defense Language Institute, Foreign Language Center

Writing projects integrating cultural aspects, writing skills, and computer technology

Jean Sook Ryu Yang, Defense Language Institute

Spelling variation of English loanwords and their pedagogical problems

Jiyoung Daniel and Soo-Jung Chang, University of Georgia

Suprasegmental sounds in Korean teaching

Weon-Don Jeong,  Semyung University

Acoustic measurements of Korean approximants

Mi-Ran Cho Kim, The University of Georgia  &  Andrew J. Lott, Boys Town National Research Hospital

The relationship between motivation and language learning

Bo Y. Park, Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center

12:00-2:00 Lunch
Session 7: Issues of Heritage Language Learning
Processing transfer and strategies of heritage and non-heritage learners of Korean

Hi-Sun Helen Kim, University of Hawaii at Manoa

2:30-3:00 Korean-English bilinguals and heritage language maintenance

Eun Joo Kim, The Ohio State University

3:00-3:30 Heritage language loss and maintenance in Korean graduate student families

Hohsung Choe & Yunjoo Nikki Park, Indiana University

Coffee break
3:45-5:30 2004  AATK Business Meeting,