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K101 (1st Semester) Curriculum

Textbook: Beginning 1 textbook and workbook

L1C1 인사와 소개

Conversational Settings

Conversation  Acts

Vocabulary

Grammar

Culture

First day in class: Greetings and introduction

 

Greetings

안녕하세요, 안녕히, 안녕, 가세요, 계세요

 

Bowing

Identifying: A is X.

Academic status: 1학년, 2학년, 3학년, 4학년, 대학원

G1.1 Equation: A-은/는  X–이에요/예요

G1.2 Omitting subject

 

Names

Comparing items: expressing sameness and difference

 

G1.3 Particle –은/는 vs. Particle –도

 

 

L1C2 처음 뵙겠습니다

Conversational Settings

Conversation  Acts

Vocabulary

Grammar

Culture

Meeting someone fior the first time

 

First time encounter

처음

뵙겠습니다

G1,4 Yes-no question, 뭐예요?

G1.5 Using a title or name to address the listener

Using a title or name to address the listener

Requesting factual info.

이름, 한국 사람, 중국 사람

 

L2C1 유니온 빌딩이 어디 있어요?

Conversational Settings

Conversation  Acts

Vocabulary

Grammar

Culture

Asking campus facility locations

 

Asking about and identifying a location

저어

학교 식당, 유니온 빌딩, 도서관, 우체국

어디

뒤, 앞

있어요

-이/가, -에

G2.1 Subject Particle -이/가

G2.2 Location Particle -에

G2.3. Changing a topic: Topic Particle -은/는

Drawing someone's attention with a hesitation expression: 저어

 

L2C2 학교 식당 음식이 맛있어요

Conversational Settings

Conversation  Acts

Vocabulary

Grammar

Culture

Eating breakfast in the school cafeteria

 

Asking information on actions and states:

뭐, 어때요

아침, 음식, 커피

해요, 먹어요

어때요, 좋아요, 싸요, 괜찮아요

그리고

아주

G2.4 Verbs vs. Adjectives

G2.5 The Polite Ending ~어요/아요

 

 

L3C1 오늘 수업 수업 있어요?

Conversational Settings

Conversation  Acts

Vocabulary

Grammar

Culture

Korean language class

Do you have a class?

Asking about a class

오늘, 내일

수업, 경제학, 반

그런데

재미있어요

G3.1 있어요: Expression of possession

G3.2 The Honorific Ending ~(으)세요

Showing your respect to the person referred to

 

L3C2 한국어를 공부해요.

Conversational Settings

Conversation  Acts

Vocabulary

Grammar

Culture

Running into someone and talking about what's going on with each other

Asking about someone's well-being

Talking about current activities

Wishing a luck or giving an encouragement for someone's affair

Giving an instruction or command

요즘, 어떻게, 열심히, 잘

지내다, 시험 보다, 공부하다

시험

G3.3 The Object Particle -을/를

G3.4 Omission of particles

Wishing a luck

 

L4C1 동생이 두 명 있어요.

Conversational Settings/Theme

Conversation  Acts

Vocabulary

Grammar

Culture

Home and family

Asking about someone's home place and family


보스톤, 홍콩
아버지, 어머니, 오빠, (남/여)동생, 부모님
대학원생, 고등학생
계세요
한, 두

-하고

G4.1 Alternative Question

G4.2 Native Korean Numbers

G4.3 Noun Counters

Korean collectivism

 

L4C2 누구 방이에요?

Conversational Settings/Theme

Conversation  Acts

Vocabulary

Grammar

Culture

Current residence

Describing one's place

아파트, 방
룸메이트
사이
제(저+의)

이거
몇, 누구


예뻐요 (예쁘다)

G4.4 Expressing Possessive Relations

G4.5 Vowel Constraction

The concept of 우리 showing Korean collectivism

 

L5C1 서점에서 친구를 만나요

Conversational Settings/Theme

Conversation  Acts

Vocabulary

Grammar

Culture

Running into someone who you haven't met for a long while

Greeting when you meet someone after a long while

Asking about whereabout

서점, 친구, 커피 숍, 서점, 일

내일, 오래간만

가다, 만나다, 일(을) 하다, 보다

G5.1 Locative Particles -에 and -에서

G5.2 Basic sentence structure

'어디 가세요?' as a greeting

 

 

L5C2. 선물 사러 백화점에 가요

Conversational Settings/Theme

Conversation  Acts

Vocabulary

Grammar

Culture

Starting a day

Talking about daily schedule

Telling time

생일, 선물, 백화점, 토요일

이번

오전, 오후

언제

같이

열, 세

시, 분

G5.3 . . .~(으)러 . . .-에 가요

G5.4 Irregular verbs in /ㄷ/

 

 

L6C1 차로 한 시간쯤 걸려요

Conversational Settings/Theme

Conversation  Acts

Vocabulary

Grammar

Culture

Casual conversation

Asking about current residence and commuting

살다, 걸리다, 걷다, 오다

멀다, 가깝다

한인타운, 차, 자전거, 시간

얼마나, 그렇게, 보통, 가끔

-쯤

G6.1 N-(으)로 'by means of N'

G6.2 Irregular predicates in 'ㅂ'

Public transportation

 

L6C2 어제 뭐 했어요?

Conversational Settings/Theme

Conversation  Acts

Vocabulary

Grammar

Culture

About yesterday

Talking about daily activities

어제

수영하다, 테니스 치다

수영장, 테니스

안, 못

G6.3 Past events: ~었/았/ㅆ-

G6.4 The Negative adverbs 안 vs. 못

 

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