New Generation Korean Workbook: Beginner Level
New Generation Korean Workbook is a student-friendly resource for acquiring Korean language skills, including reading, writing, and comprehension. It is designed to accompany the textbook, New Generation Korean: Beginner Level.
Each chapter in the workbook includes practice questions with cues that prompt students to either choose, match, or fill in the blanks. Throughout the book, QR codes link to audio clips for listening and comprehension lessons. With guidance in every lesson and self-assessment opportunities, students will build confidence while working through vocabulary, grammar, listening, and writing activities.
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- Page Count: 224 pages
- Dimensions: 8.0in x 0.5in x 10.0in
"What makes New Generation Korean 1 outstanding is that it will serve both teachers and students well. Each conversation is presented with new vocabulary and a concise description of grammar points and practices with a clear layout for easy navigation. Students will benefit from quick access to comprehensive lessons for self-study while there is still room for further teacher instruction."
Soyoung Kang, Carleton University
"Appropriate for the first and second semester of Elementary Korean as a Foreign Language (KFL) classes in the North American college setting, this user-friendly book is a timely and welcome addition to the field of KFL education."
Andrew Sangpil Byon, University at Albany, SUNY
"The world of Korean language learning for anglophones has always been dominated by authors and content from Korea and/or the United States, so teachers and learners in Canada (where Korean is increasingly popular) will be delighted by this colourful and engaging new textbook, its Canadian orientation, and its streamlined presentation."
Ross King, University of British Columbia
Author InformationMihyon Jeon is an associate professor in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics at York University.
Kyoungrok Ko is an associate professor in the Department of East Asian Studies at the University of Toronto.
Daehee Kim is a professor in the Department of Education at Wonkwang University,
Yujeong Choi is an assistant professor in the Department of East Asian Studies at the University of Toronto.
Ahrong Lee is an assistant professor in the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics at York University.
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