|1. Spring||Common Major||Principles of Language Learning & Teaching||3|
|TESOL Major||Creative Drama||3|
|Language Skills||Genre Writing||4|
|Listening & Speaking Essentials||4|
|Korean Language Basic||2|
|2. Fall||Common Major||Teaching Listening & Speaking||3|
|Teaching Reading & Writing||3|
|TESOL Major||Research Methods Using Data Coding||3|
|ECD Major||Introduction to ELT Contents||3|
|Common Elective||K-Culture & Society||3|
|Language Skills||Academic Writing||4|
|Korean Language Pre-intermediate||2|
|3. Spring||Common Major||ELT & Vocabulary||3|
|Language Assessment Using AI||3|
|TESOL Major||Process Drama||3|
|ECD Major||ELT Curriculum Design||3|
|Common Major||Thesis/Project 1||1|
|Language Skills||Korean Language Intermediate||2|
|4. Fall||TESOL Major||Practical Teaching Methodology||3|
|ECD Major||ELT Digital Contents Design||3|
|Common Major||Thesis/Project 2||1|
1. [Teaching Young Learners]Regularly described as both rewarding and challenging, teaching languages to young learners requires a set of skills most people simply do not have. Young learners are still developing socially, emotionally, and cognitively, and may not have chosen to be in the language classroom but they very often bring tremendous energy, goodwill, and curiosity to their studies. This course aims to support teachers as they harness that positivity and channel youthful energies into the acquisition of English as an additional language. This practical course will provide both new and experienced teachers with opportunities to manifest teaching theory in classroom practice, and refresh established routines with new techniques.
2. [Creative Drama]This course is constructed to guide EFL teachers to gain practical as well as theoretical knowledge in drama in education. Among diverse drama methods, it mainly introduces creative dramatics, which has been continuously examined as a medium of language learning. Throughout the course, participants will be given the opportunity to develop drama skills in order to conduct the actual classroom. While mastering practical techniques such as mime, movement, guided imagination, and improvisation, the impact of drama in EFL children’s classrooms will be explored and discussed. In particular, it will significantly pay attention to the benefit and the possibility of creative drama for young EFL learners.
3. [Process Drama]Process Drama is a process-driven educational drama that works without scripts, and is an effective way to develop students’ creativity, empathy, and critical thinking skills. This unit will show how to play process drama and how to instruct it. Based on this learning experience, students will design their own process drama, and will be instructed by peer teaching with rich feedback from professors and colleagues.
4. [Research Methods and data Coding]This course introduces students to research methods in applied linguistics including the application of artificial intelligence to language learning. This course covers the procedures necessary for quantitative and qualitative research in applied linguistics and reads examples from journals in applied linguistics. The main goal of this course is to prepare students to be able to conduct their own research studies. Students will also learn basic mathematics and statistical techniques needed to understand how artificial intelligence for language learning works.
5. [Language Assessment Using AI]The goal of this course is to help students build expertise in language assessment. Students will learn the basic theory of language assessment needed to design and analyze language tests. The statistical techniques necessary to analyze language test data will also be covered in the course, and students will learn how to develop and evaluate multiple-choice items, as well as performance assessment items (such as speaking and writing). This course will discuss ways to produce computer-adaptive language tests using artificial intelligence technologies.
6. [Practical Teaching Methodology]This course will focus on the principles of effective classroom practice in the teaching of foreign languages and give learners hands-on teaching practice in the context of teaching English through English. In addition to looking at the four macro skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing, this course will also examine the teaching of grammar, vocabulary, and phonology so that these activities are situated in teaching episodes in their proper place.