KOREA UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDUCATION

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DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDUCATION


ELED 003 TOPIC COURSE [3]
The aim of this Course is to study selected topics and issues in English language education. Course topics may vary from semester to semester.
ELED 161 INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH LINGUISTICS [3]
This Course Surveys the phonological, morphological, syntactic and semantic structure, and other aspects of the English language, paying attention to the methods of linguistic analysis.
ELED 162 ENGLISH LISTENING AND CONVERSATION I [3]
This Course equips students with the basic skills to communicate and exchange opinions with native speakers of English.
ELED 164 TEACHING ENGLISH LITERATURE IN EFL [3]
This Course deals with the critical and pedagogical analysis of English fiction, drama, and poetry. It also includes an in-depth examination of the use and value of literature in EFL classroom. Issues and methods in using literature as a language material are also discussed.
ELED 211 ENGLISH LISTENING AND CONVERSATION II [3]
This Course is designed to expose students to the normal speed of native English Speakers' speech, using authentic materials such as TV programs. Students are to develop Conversational skills and basis English proficiency in general to engage in discussion on a variety of topics with native speakers of English.
ELED 216 ADVANCED ENGLISH READING [3]
This course is for high-intermediate to advanced students, and is designed to reinforce the basic reading skills covered in English Reading and Writing. The focus is on more advanced skills such as making inferences, identifying bias, paraphrasing complex ideas, evaluating evidence, comparing arguments and strategies, as well as carrying Out Critical literary analysis. The emphasis is also on developing good reading habits and a more sophisticated knowledge of English vocabulary and structure.
ELED 217 ENGLISH READING AND WRITING [3]
This Course is for high-intermediate to advanced students, and is designed to enhance their basic reading and writing skills. The focus is on more advanced skills, such as making inferences, separating facts from opinions, as well as identifying bias, and extending these sophisticated reading skills to writing skills.
ELED 225 ENGLISH PHONETICS AND SOUND STRUCTURE [3]
This Course is designed to study English sounds and their systematic structures and to help students pronounce and understand English sounds correctly. Students will learn what the phonological rules are and how they are different from Korean ones.
ELED 226 ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOREFL TEACHERS [3]
This Course deals with the syntactic structure and basic usage of Current English in light of traditional and descriptive grammar, paying attention to the system and the methods of analysis of English grammar.
ELED 232 THEORIES AND PRACTICE OF READING COMPREHENSION IN L2 [3]
This course presents an overview of theoretical approaches to reading from both L1 and L2 perspectives and examines issues concerning curriculum development and instructional practices for EFL reading comprehension in particular.
ELED 233 CROSS-CULTURALUNDERSTANDING OF ENGLISH-SPEAKING CULTURES [3]
A review of English-speaking Cultures, including Britain, Canada, Ireland, Australia, Africa, and the U.S. with emphasis on their social and political structures, values, beliefs and customs.
ELED 241 READINGS IN ENGLISH CHILDREN'S LITERATURE [3]
This Course is designed for the students to understand the main currents and literary traditions of children's literature. Students will read various types of children's literature Such as poems, folk and modern tales, plays, and fiction. This course also offers opportunities for English creative writing.
ELED 242 TEACHING ENGLISH THROUGH POETRY [3]
This course is an in-depth study of major English poets in relation to British & American Culture. Through responding and reacting to poems of various styles and contents, this Course emphasizes the application of integrated teaching techniques in the study of English poetry. It also focuses on reading and writing skills, through the practice of Writing English poems as well as translating poems from English into Korean and vice VeSa.
ELED 311 PUBLIC SPEAKING AND PRACTICAL ENGLISH [3]
This Course will help students to develop and improve their public speaking skills by providing each participant with a solid foundation that is specific to each individual's personality and style. Individual presentations will take place in a supportive environment with acknowledgment, evaluation and direction from the Professor, as well as from each attending classmate. Another component of this course will be the preparation for job applications. Simulated job interviews will be performed, drawing on the methods learned for the purpose of public speaking.
ELED 312 ENGLISH LISTEN ING AND CONVERSATION III [3]
This Course enables students to develop English conversation strategies for formal and informal settings. Emphasis is on developing effective communication skills which accompany Superior pronunciation and sophisticated use of grammar.
ELED 322 SYNTACTIC STRUCTURE OF ENGLISH [3]
This course is designed as a study of the syntactic structures of the English language. Students will learn that English phrases and sentences are formed using rules and principles. Based on the most recent linguistic theories and concepts, students will examine and analyze various constructions of English.
ELED 323 DEVELOPMENT OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND WORLD ENGLISHES [3]
This course discusses the origins and development of the English language from Old to Present-day English, focusing on the phonological, Orthographic, morphological, and syntactical changes of the language. It also examines the differences among various English dialects such as American, British and Australian English, along with the application of historical background to the teaching and learning of Present-day English.
ELED 334 TEACHING EFL WRITING [3]
This course is designed to equip future EFL teachers to teach writing successfully in their future classrooms. This course reviews research on foreign language and EFL Writing pedagogy and suggests new teaching methods based on the latest developments in this field.
ELED 335 INTRODUCTION TO TEACHING EFL: THEORY AND PRACTICE [3]
An Overview of a variety of theoretical perspectives on key topics in the teaching of English. Also COvers broad as well as practical pedagogical issues.
ELED 338 THEORY AND PRACTICE IN EFL PEDAGOGY [3]
An examination of theories of English education which can be adapted to the middle and high school curriculum. This course entails practical, hands-on teaching experience. Students are required to perform 15-minute microteaching presentations using middle or high school texts. Emphasis is placed on lesson plans, testing instruments, and pedagogical skills.
ELED 341 INTRODUCTION TO BRITISH AND AMERICANNOVELS [3]
This course provides for an overview of British and American culture through the analysis of the significant novels, and aims to improve students' reading comprehension skills and promote understanding of narrative works.
ELED 342 READINGSIN BRITISH AND AMERICAN DRAMA [3]
This course is an in-depth study of British and American drama. It provides students with a great opportunity to grasp the nature of plays. It also helps the students in understanding the ideas and beliefs embodied in the play through experiencing various types of drama.
ELED 414 ADVANCED ENGLISH WRITING [3]
Emphasis on developing writing proficiency, using process writing techniques. Such techniques require creative strategies that entail the imagination as a tool in inviting metaphor, memory and narrative to express the well of the unconscious.
ELED 421 TEACHING ENGLISH GRAMMAR [3]
This course is designed to train students in teaching English grammar to secondary school students. Students learn what a pedagogical grammar should be, what an English teacher should know and how he/she should (not) teach English grammar. Students get acquainted with various methods of teaching English Grammar.
ELED 422 SEMANTICS AND PRAGMATICS OF ENGLISH [3]
This course is designed to introduce English semantics and pragmatics to Korean learners of English. Students will learn patterns and rules of lexical and sentential semantics and the principles of pragmatics.
ELED 424 APPLIED ENGLISH LINGUISTICS [3]
This course promotes the application of English linguistics to English learning and teaching, by covering diverse topics including teaching English pronunciation, sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, computational English linguistics, and English Corpus linguistics.
ELED 431 COMPUTER-ASSISTED LANGUAGE LEARNING [3]
This course provides for an understanding of the implications of technology in today's language learning environment. The following will be addressed:
  • 1) Electronic technologies and ways they can benefit each of the four language skills,
  • 2) Appropriate pedagogical strategies for technology in language learning,
  • 3) Teacher education issues, and
  • 4) Technology strategies to maximize language learning Outcomes.
ELED 433 SLA AND EFL LEARNING [3]
This Course explores issues in language learning and acquisition, drawing on theories in psychology, linguistics, psycholinguistics, and Sociolinguistics.
ELED 434 EFL ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION [3]
This course is designed to provide an overview of the major issues of language testing, and the application of theory to practice. It also enable students to acquire practical skills of developing and validating English tests based on the item analysis within the framework of modern theories of language testing.
ELED 435 ELIT CURRICULUM AND MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT [3]
This course aims to help students develop the skills and knowledge base concerning EFL teaching materials and Curriculum development. Students are to get familiar with the theoretical backgrounds and practical implications in relation to curriculum and materials development and also develop abilities to create and evaluate teaching materials and activities.
ELED 441 PRACTICUMIN READER'S THEATRE [3]
The purpose of this course is to foster proficiency in English through Reader's Theatre, a form of dramatic activity that provides a great opportunity to grasp the nature of the plays and to develop reading skills through enacting English literature.
ELED 442 BRITISH AND AMERICANNOVELS [3]
This course provides an Overview of the background and Culture of English and American literature through readings selected from significant works by great novelists. By doing so, the course offers an opportunity for students to develop proficiency in English as well as understanding various styles of prose.
ELED 443 INTRODUCTION TO BRITISH AND AMERICAN POETRY IN EFL [3]
This course provides for a review of British and American poetry that can be used in an EFL context to explicate the symbols, metaphors, and images of these Cultures. It also promotes the development of the writing skills necessary for the critical analysis of poetry form and Content through hands-on practice in writing English poetry and translating English poems into Korean.