ASIA 196
Elementary Korean Spring 2024
Division I
Cross-listed SILP 106 / ASIA 196

Class Details

Continuation in developing communicative skills, vocabulary building, and furthering familiarity with frequently used grammatical structures and writing. Interested students must complete an application through the Self-Instructional Languages Program and have it approved before registering for this course. Introduction to the alphabet and language structure with emphasis on communicative skills. Students will receive a foundation in the language, be able to hold simple conversations, use a range of vocabulary related to daily activities and transactions, and gain familiarity with basic, frequently used grammatical structures and the writing system of the language. Students must be highly motivated in self-instructional learning, and will work with an outside tutor/examiner. This is a hyphenated course and requires a full-year of study in order to receive credit. More information can be found on the Self-Instructional Languages site.
The Class: Format: lecture; Twice-weekly review sessions
Limit: 6
Expected: 2-6
Class#: 3266
Grading: no pass/fail option, yes fifth course option
Requirements/Evaluation: Written and oral midterm exam and final exam.
Prerequisites: CRKO 101
Enrollment Preferences: Students who have completed CRKO 101.
Unit Notes: minimum of two students in order to schedule the course
Distributions: Division I
Notes: This course is cross-listed and the prefixes carry the following divisional credit:
SILP 106 Division I ASIA 196 Division I

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