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2014 CLASS SCHEDULE : 7:00PM - 9:00PM, EVERY TUESDAY
- Winter : 01.07.2014 - 03.25.2014 (12 Weeks) 
- Spring : 04.15.2014 - 07.01.2014 (12 Weeks) 
- Summer * : 07.29.2014 - 08.26.2014 (5 Weeks)     More Info 
- Fall : 09.16.2014 - 12.09.2014 (12 Weeks) **

* : Special Session     More Info 
** : Veterans Day (11/11, Tuesday) will be closed. 

CLASS INFORMATION : Must be at least 18 years of age on the first day of the semester. 

ClassLocation(s)Class InfoTextbookFeeRegistration
Introductory Korean
(2 Classes)
Formerly Basic A
Syllabus 
Description
Integrated Korean: Beginning 1, 2nd Ed. 
 - ISBN-10: 0824834402 
 - ISBN-13: 978-0824834401
$80Apply
Basic A
(2 Classes)
Formerly Basic B
Syllabus 
Description
Integrated Korean: Beginning 1, 2nd Ed. 
 - ISBN-10: 0824834402 
 - ISBN-13: 978-0824834401
$80Apply
Basic B
Formerly Basic C
Syllabus 
Description
Integrated Korean: Beginning 1, 2nd Ed. 
 - ISBN-10: 0824834402 
 - ISBN-13: 978-0824834401
$80Apply
Intermediate ASyllabus 
Description
Integrated Korean: Beginning 2, 2nd Ed. 
 - ISBN-10: 0824835158 
 - ISBN-13: 978-0824835156
$80Apply
Intermediate BSyllabus 
Description
Integrated Korean: Beginning 2, 2nd Ed. 
 - ISBN-10: 0824835158 
 - ISBN-13: 978-0824835156
$80Apply
Intermediate CSyllabus 
Description
Integrated Korean : Intermediate 1, 2nd Ed. 
 - ISBN-10: 0824836502 
 - ISBN-13: 978-0824836504
$80Apply
Advanced ASyllabus 
Description
Handouts (No Textbook)$80Apply
Advanced BSyllabus 
Description
Handouts (No Textbook)$80Apply
* FEE : $80 non-refundable registration fee for EACH TWELVE-WEEK SEMESTER (Textbook NOT included, parking included)
* Please purchase your textbook from online or other bookstores.

 

LOCATION
   KECLA (KOREAN EDUCATION CENTER, LOS ANGELES)
    680 Wilshire Place., Los Angeles, CA 90005 (Cross Streets: Wilshire Pl. & Sunset Pl.)
   KCCLA (KOREAN CULTURAL CENTER, LOS ANGELES)
    5505 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036 (Cross Streets: Dunsmuir & Wilshire Blvd.) 
 
TARGET GROUP
   Classes are designed for those who wish to learn about Korean language and culture.
   (Must be at least 18 years of age on the first day of the semester)


CLASS LEVELS

Introductory Korean (2 Classes: Introductory Korean 1 & Introductory Korean 2)
These two classes are the same level with the same content. This level is designed for students who have never studied the Korean language. Students will acquire knowledge of the Korean Alphabet, "Hangeul", the phonological characteristics, vocabulary and basic expressions. Students will also be introduced to various aspects of Korean culture.

Basic A (2 Classes: Basic A-1 & Basic A-2)
These two classes are the same level with the same content. Introduction to the basic skills of speaking, reading, writing and listening with attention to selected aspects of Korean culture; designed for students who have basic Korean reading skills but with little language training. It is a continuation of our Introductory Korean and will continue to focus on spoken Korean at the novice mid level, with an emphasis on its linguistic and cultural characteristics.

Basic B
Our Basic B class is a continuation of our Basic A class. Newcomers who pass the Proficiency Examination for this level are also eligible to take this course. This class introduces a higher level of basic grammar, vocabulary and language structure, which allow the students to be more confident in speaking and writing Korean so they can easily become familiar with the language through the exercise of sentence patterns. This class covers most of the elements of teaching with impartiality to teach the language in both accuracy and fluency. Especially, this class emphasizes the improvement of conversation skills and the ability to manage the given situations through interactive activities.

Intermediate A
Our Intermediate A class is a continuation of our Basic B class. Newcomers who pass the Proficiency Examination for this level are also eligible to take this course. The goal of the course is that students acquire intermediate communicative skills in Korean in all areas; listening, speaking, reading and writing and also develop cross-cultural skills. In this class, students will learn how to initiate and sustain conversations with native speakers. Students will also extend vocabulary to a wide range of topics by reading more complicated texts.

Intermediate B
Our Intermediate B class is a continuation of our Intermediate A class. Newcomers who pass the Proficiency Examination for this level are also eligible to take this course. In this class, students will expand their knowledge of intermediate grammar, vocabulary and complex language structure. This class will help students become comfortable speakers and writers.

Intermediate C
Our Intermediate C class is a continuation of our Intermediate B class. Newcomers who pass the Proficiency Examination for this level are also eligible to take this course. In this class, students will review what was taught in the Intermediate B class while learning a higher intermediate level of grammar, vocabulary and language structure.

Advanced A
This course is a continuation of the Intermediate C. The primary objective of this course is to improve the learners' four skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing. The learners will also achieve their better understanding of the socio-cultural aspects of Korea.

Advanced B
This course is a continuation of the Advanced A. Improving communicative skills; learning complex grammatical patterns & varieties of speech styles

ONLINE REGISTRATION

  • Currently at KSI, you will only be able to register online and in advance. We can accept only a limited number of students and once that amount is reached, the registration will be closed and no one else will be able to enroll.
  • The registration process will be open two weeks before the first day of class.
  • We highly suggest you register as soon as we open the registration process; even if you know you can't come for the first or second class, we urge you to register early as you will not be able to register once our maximum capacity has been filled (which will likely be before the first day of class).
  • Accordingly, we will not be accepting any more paper 'walk-in' registrations. If you have any further questions or difficulties with online registration, please contact us.
  • Online applications should be submitted before class begins for every semester.
  • Students must register EVERY SEMESTER; previous registrations are not valid for the current term.
  • Please take care to proof-read your application before submitting. Any typographical /spelling errors will be recorded as such.
  • We highly recommend you print and bring your confirmation page in order to avoid waiting in line on the first day of class.
  • Students who have registered but not paid by the first day of class will be automatically put on the waiting list, so that those students who've paid may be placed in the program.


PLACEMENT TEST : If you are unsure of your level, please see our class syllabi.

  • On the first day of class, each semester, we offer a placement test for students who may not be sure of their level and would like to be 'placed' in a class.
  • Those who want to take Introductory Korean, Basic A & B don't need to take the placement test (First-time students with no previous Korean language experience should automatically be placed in our Introductory Korean class.)
  • If you want to take this test, please do so at KCC from 5:50 pm - 6:50 pm. No tests will be given after that time, as they need to be graded before 7:00 pm.
  • If you are not pre-paid, please come to KCC from 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm to submit your payment. We will not issue any textbooks/materials to unpaid students.
  • First day of class will start promptly at 7:00 pm. There will be NO ORIENTATION like in the past.


FREE PARKING INFORMATION

  • The Korean Cultural Center will reserve an additional parking lot at 5455 Wilshire Blvd. for your classes. Parking is free and no validation will be required. If using the additional lot, please tell the parking attendant that you are going to the Korean Language Classes at the Korean Cultural Center. Click Here.
  • The Korean Education Center has two parking lots, underground and the south side of the building. Parking is free and no validation will be required. Click Here.


FEES

  • $80 non-refundable registration fee for EACH TWELVE-WEEK SEMESTER (textbook NOT included, parking included)
  • Please have your fee paid by the first day of class. (Mail your check/cashier's check/money order (Payable to K. L. P.) to our office or simply bring in your check or cash payment to our office. For your protection, please do not send cash.)
  • Be sure to write "Attn: K.L.P. or KOREAN LANGUAGE PROGRAM" on the envelope.
  • To pay by mail, please send your check or money order to the KCCLA (DO NOT SEND YOUR FEE TO THE KECLA!!)
  • Put the registration number on front of each check/cashier's check/money order. (You will receive your registration number at the time you register online)
  • We are not accepting any payments by credit/debit cards at this time.
  • Please be advised that long lines to pay form on the first day of class. Students paying by check may have their payments processed quicker through a faster express line.
  • Non-payment of fees will cause your registration/enrollment to be canceled.

For more information, please call the Program Manager at 323-936-3025.


 
 

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