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Master's 707.513 Studies in Contrastive Analysis of English and Korean 707.526 Research Methods in Applied Linguistics
707.516 Sociolinguistics and TEFL 707.514 Evaluation in TEFL
707.517 Studies in American Novels 707.515 Psycholinguistics and Foreign Language Education
707.519 Studies in British and American Modern Literature 707.518 Studies in Teaching English Literature
707.520 Studies in British and American Literary Criticism 707.521 Studies in British and American Poetry
707.521 Studies in British and American Poetry 707.523 Studies in English Novels
707.518 Studies in Teaching English Literature 707.525 Seminar in English Morphology
707.524 Studies in English Phonology 707.528 Topics in English Syntax
707.524 Studies in English Phonology 707.527 Topics in Teaching English as a Foreign Language
707.508 Topics in ELT Theories 707.529 Studies in English Linguistics
707.527 Studies in English Syntax 707.530 Practice in English Linguistics
707.529 Studies in English Linguistics 707.532 Topics in Teaching English as a Foreign Language
707.531 Studies in Teaching English as a Foreign Language 707.533 Pedagogical English Grammar
707.533 Pedagogical English Grammar
707.528 Topics in English Syntax
706.705 Studies in ELT Theories
Doctoral 706.708 History of Teaching Foreign Languages 706.704A Studies in Applied Linguistics
706.711 Research Methods in TEFL 706.705 Studies in ELT Theories
706.733 Seminar in English Phonology 706.707 English Teaching Materials and Curriculum
706.735 Studies in English Semantics 706.709 Discourse Analysis
706.738A Seminar in British Culture and Literature 706.734 Seminar in English Syntax
    706.736 Studies in English Morphology
    706.737A Seminar in American Culture and Literature
706.704 A Studies in Applied Linguistics
The course examines current theoretical and empirical research studies in applied linguistics such as sociolinguistics, pragmatics, discourse/functional grammar, lexicology, L2 assessment, and L2 acquisition. Students will survey and discuss how the theories and research studies can be utilized and adopted into teaching English to L2 learners.
706.705 Studies in ELT Theories
This course is an in-depth study of the recent theories in the field of teaching English. Students will attempt to develop their own theoretical and methodological models for English Language Teaching.
706.707 English Teaching Materials and Curriculum
The course examines theories on curriculum/syllabus design and materials development theories. The students will then attempt to develop sample curricula and materials that will be applicable to classroom teaching.
706.708 History of Teaching Foreign Languages
This course deals with the European and Korean history of the English language education in regards to the educational politics and policies, the training of the teachers, materials, and special features of the schools themselves.
706.709 Discourse Analysis
This course introduces the important concepts in discourse and discourse analysis. It highlights the different ways one can approach the various types of discourse data to discover how people actually use languages.
706.711 Research Methods in TEFL
The course deals with research methods for English language education in terms of design, implementation, analysis, interpretation and application. Areas covered include, the learning and teaching of the English language, evaluation, learning materials, and teacher training.
706.733 Seminar in English Phonology
This is a seminar of intensive readings on generative phonology. Special emphasis will be stressed on the models of recent theories in English phonology.
706.734 Seminar in English Syntax
This is an intensive study of current theories on English syntax and second language acquisitions.
706.735 Studies in English Semantics
This course is a study of advanced theories in English semantics.
706.736 Studies in English Morphology
This course is a study on the theories of morphology with a special emphasis on generative morphology.
706.737A Seminar in American Culture and Literature
This seminar proposes to give a higher level of understanding on particular aspects of American literature and culture through discussions and various collaborations, providing a critical perspective from which to investigate the various possibilities of the study of English education.
706.738A Seminar in British Culture and Literature
This is an intensive study of major authors and literary achievements along with the relevant cultural phenomena. The course will also be designed to provide a critical perspective from which to investigate the various possibilities of the study of English education.
707.508 Topics in ELT Theories
The students will perform an in-depth examination of theories and research in the area of teaching English as a foreign language. There will be a special emphasis on recent field developments.
707.513 Studies in Contrastive Analysis of English and Korean
This course will discuss the following areas: (1) theories and practice of CA between English and Korean (2) various contentious issues including first language transfer and the predictive powers of CA.
707.514 Evaluation in TEFL
The course examines the recent theories in language teaching and deals with the theory and practice aspects of test writing, analysis and interpretation.
707.515 Psycholinguistics and Foreign Language Education
This course deals with the psycholinguistic aspects of foreign language acquisition and performance. It covers theoretical considerations and empirical findings on first and second language acquisition, comprehension and production.
707.516 Sociolinguistics and TEFL
This course deals with basic concepts and methods of sociolinguistics as the study of language and speech used in different social contexts. Special focus will be placed on these concepts and methods to teaching English as a foreign language.
707.517 Studies in American Novels
This course studies major American fictions centering around their periods, themes, and authors.
707.518 Studies in Teaching English Literature
This course studies the pedagogical problems in teaching different genres of English literature. In addition, related theories and probes into the practical uses of literature in English teaching will also be discussed.
707.519 Studies in British and American Modern Literature
This course studies special thematic aspects of modern British and American literature manifested in important works.
707.520 Studies in British and American Literary Criticism
This course examines issues, backgrounds, and prospects of modern literary theory and criticism via important related texts of British and American origin.
707.521Studies in British and American Poetry
This is an intensive study of a small number of prominent poets, British or American, from each period or movement.
707.523 Studies in English Novels
This course examines major British fiction centering around specific periods, themes, and authors.
707.524 Studies in English Phonology
This course studies the theories of phonology with an emphasis on generative phonology. Chiefly examined will be the theories of linear phonology.
707.525 Seminar in English Morphology
This course provides intensive reading of books and papers on generative phonology with the emphasis on non-linear models of the theory.
707.526 Research Methods in Applied Linguistics
The course covers research methodology in applied linguistics and TEFL, emphasizing fundamental concepts of research design and statistics.
707.527 Studies in English Syntax
This course is an introduction to the descriptions and analyses of English syntactic structures.
707.528 Topics in English Syntax
This course investigates the theories on English syntactic structures.
707.529 Studies in English Linguistics
This course is an intensive study of the sub-fields of English linguistics such as phonology, syntax, and semantics.
707.530 Practice in English Linguistics
This course is an intensive study of a subfield of English linguistics(phonology, syntax, or semantics)
707.531 Studies in Teaching English as a Foreign Language
The course covers theories and practice of English teaching by reviewing articles and other publications. It also explores areas of future research.
707.532 Topics in Teaching English as a Foreign Language
This course covers the theoretical aspects of teaching English as a foreign language by reviewing professional journals and publications.
707.533 Pedagogical English Grammar
This course acquaints the students with recent developments of theoretical linguistic and SLA from the viewpoints of school grammar.
707.803 Reading and Research
This course helps students prepare their graduate theses.
707.805 Research Methods and Thesis Writing in English
This course helps students to read theses on English education and summarize them in English. The students will acquire research methods and thesis writing skills in English. Through the course, they will also be able to enhance their ability and skills to prepare their research proposals in English.
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Department of English Language Education, College of Education, Seoul National University
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