Basic Korean II is the second course in the slower-paced Basic Korean language sequence. This course focuses on developing proficiency in listening, speaking, reading, and writing, while also fostering intercultural competence. Students will participate in various interactive activities to develop their proficiency. Topics covered include describing surroundings, discussing daily activities such as school, shopping, extracurricular activities, and describing past and future events. The course also introduces relevant cultural topics to deepen students' understanding of Korean culture and language. After completing Basic Korean II, students can enroll in First-Level Modern Korean II (L51 118) in the spring semester. It is important to note that Basic Korean 1 and Basic Korean 2 do not fulfill the language sequence requirement, nor the two-semester language requirement for the EALC minor. Prerequisite: L51 107 (grade of B- or better) or placement by examination.
Course Attributes: EN H; BU Hum; AS HUM; AS LCD; FA HUM; AR HUM