Integrated Korean: Advanced 2 (Klear Textbooks in Korean Language)
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This textbook is the eighth volume in a five-level series (Beginning 1 and 2, Intermediate 1 and 2, Advanced Intermediate 1 and 2, Advanced 1 and 2, and High Advanced 1 and 2) developed collaboratively by leading classroom teachers and linguists of Korean. All series' volumes have been developed in accordance with performance-based principles and methodology--contextualization, learner-centeredness, use of authentic materials, function/task-orientedness, balance between skill getting and skill using, and integration of speaking, listening, reading, writing, and culture. Grammar points are systematically introduced with simple but adequate explanations and abundant examples, exercises, and drills.
Each lesson of this volume consists of pre-reading activities, one or two main reading texts, new words, useful expressions, exercises, comprehension questions, related reading, discussion and composition, and English translation of the reading texts.
Integrated Korean is a project of the Korean Language Education and Research Center (KLEAR) with the support of the Korea Foundation.
- Amazon Sales Rank: #195187 in Books
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- Original language: English
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: 10.00" h x .91" w x 7.01" l, 1.42 pounds
- Binding: Paperback
- 328 pages
About the Author
Eun-Joo Lee is assistant professor of applied linguistics at Ewha Womans University, Seoul. Duk-Soo Park is senior lecturer of Korean linguistics and head of Korean studies at the University of Sydney. Jaehoon Yeon is senior lecturer of Korean language and chair of the Centre for Korean Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.
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By William M. Simonton
The book is good overall but the layout with the english in the back is cumbersome.