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Title: Hangul-ro Boja! Authentic Korean reading
Authors: Joo, Hyeri
Kim Yuen, Soo Ah
Hiple, David
Keywords: Korean
reading
video
language teaching
authentic
Issue Date: 1999
Publisher: Second Language Teaching & Curriculum Center, University of Hawaii
Citation: Joo, H., Kim Yuen, S., & Hiple, D. (1999) Hangul-ro boja! Authentic Korean reading (NFLRC-CD #03Mac) [CD-ROM]. Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i, Second Language Teaching & Curriculum Center.
Series/Report no.: CD07
Abstract: Fifteen reading lessons from a variety of sources, including:
*notes found on the family refrigerator
*traditional folk tales, modern poetry
*Web journal articles about politics, technology, and popular culture

KÀN NA! and HANGUL-RO BOJA! are multimedia lessons that guide the user step by step through a five-stage series of activities designed to approximate the strategies used by native speakers to comprehend text and video. The stages are:
*pre- activities: The user is invited to predict and make guesses about the material and to activate background knowledge,
*global activities: The user identifies sections of the material and the topics that belong to them,
*specific information activities: The user gets detailed information about individual topics,
*linguistic activities: The user works with vocabulary and linguistic structures that have enabled comprehension, and
*post- activities: the user integrates new language into a productive activity.
Description: Fifteen reading lessons from a variety of sources, including:
*notes found on the family refrigerator
*traditional folk tales, modern poetry
*Web journal articles about politics, technology, and popular culture

KÀN NA! and HANGUL-RO BOJA! are multimedia lessons that guide the user step by step through a five-stage series of activities designed to approximate the strategies used by native speakers to comprehend text and video. The stages are:
*pre- activities: The user is invited to predict and make guesses about the material and to activate background knowledge,
*global activities: The user identifies sections of the material and the topics that belong to them,
*specific information activities: The user gets detailed information about individual topics,
*linguistic activities: The user works with vocabulary and linguistic structures that have enabled comprehension, and
*post- activities: the user integrates new language into a productive activity.
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/14553
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