Grades (점수)

ELL 2035 Media English – Mon/Wed @ 1 grades – class grades MW@1

ELL 2035 Media English – Tue/Thu @ 12 grades – class grades TR@12

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ELL 3044 Business English – Tue/Thu @ 10:30 grades – class grades TR@1030

ELL 3044 Business English – Tue/Thu @ 1:30 grades – class grades TR@130

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ELL 2035 Media English – 미디어영어

1. Quiz #2 – May 30/31 (in class, during class time)
2.
Presentation/Essay due date: June 4/5

Video presentation criteriaPresentation evaluation
Video presentationVideo presentation

Mon/Wed class: meeting, perm, one piece, magic, sign, sharp, notebook, white, air con, remote con, one room, one shot, obite, gips, band, when pigs fly, more holes than swiss cheese, storm in a teacup (tempest in a teapot),

Tue/Thur class: consent, give me some skin, burning a hole in my pocket, one shot, dutch pay, CF, running machine, happy virus, you’re a chicken, king car, meeting, perm, check card, PC bang, morning call, hunting, hof, obite, sharp, cider, all A’s, y-shirt, free size, cunning, ball pen,

Movie review essaymovie review assignment
Essay criteria – movie review criteria
Writing tips –  writing tips

If you are writing an essay, you will need to make an appointment to get your rough copy corrected the week of May 21 – 25.
On June 4/5, please 1. email me a copy of your essay (.doc/.docx/.pdf) on June 4/5 and 2. bring a copy to class – 3. also include the rough copy which was checked.

3. Interview questions & grading criteriaELL 2035 Interview Topics
4. Final exam (Mon/Wed class = June 18; Tue/Thu class = June 19)

Week 13: May 28 ~ June 1
Quiz 2 (5% / 10 questions) – May 30/31

Women in the media – Women in Media
Women in the media ppt – Women in Media

Week 12: May 21 ~ May 25
Education – Education
Education ppt – Education
Video clip: Education differences

Week 11: May 14 ~ May 18
Movie themes – Movies themes
Movie themes ppt – Movies themes

Movies – Movies
Movies ppt – Movies

Week 10: May 8 ~ May 11
Appearance – Appearance
Appearance ppt – Appearance
Tanning / S-line / Small face

Fashion – Fashion
Fashion ppt – Fashion
Clip: Tattoos in Korea

Week 9: April 30 ~ May 4
Drinking 2 – Drinking2
Drinking 2 ppt – Drinking
Common mistakes #11 answers – Common Mistakes 11

Drinking – Drinking
Drinking ppt – Drinking
Common Mistakes #10 answers – Common Mistakes 10
Common Mistakes #11 (last)Common Mistakes 11
Examples in the media – Video1 Video2 Video3

Week 8: April 23 ~ 27
Subcultures 2 – Geek and Jocks
Subcultures 2 ppt – Geek and Jocks
Video clip (available in class – bring USB)
Common Mistakes #9 answers – Common Mistakes 9
HW: Common Mistakes #10 – Common Mistakes 10

Subcultures – Subcultures
Subcultures ppt – Subcultures
Clip: Big Bang Theory
HW: Common Mistakes #9 – Common Mistakes 9

Week 7: April 16 ~ 20
Exam (30%)

Week 6: April 9 ~ 13
LGBT WWYD – LGBT WWYD
LGBT WWYD – LGBT WWYD ppt
Video clip: What would you do?
Common mistakes #8 (answers) – Common Mistakes 8

LGBT – LGBT
LGBT ppt – LGBT
Video clip: Stereotypes in the media
Video clip: Glee
HW: Common Mistakes #8 – Common Mistakes 8

Week 5: April 2 ~ 6
Quiz #1 (5%)
Common Mistakes #7 (answers) – Common Mistakes 7

Food – Food
Food ppt – Food
Common Mistakes #6 (answers) – Common Mistakes 6
HW: Common Mistakes #7 – Common Mistakes 7

Week 4: March 26 ~ 30
Love and Music – Love and Music
Love and Music ppt – Love and Music ppt
Common Mistakes #5 (answers) – Common Mistakes 5
HW: Common Mistakes #6 – Common Mistakes 6

Love – Love
Love ppt – Love ppt
Common Mistakes #4 (answers) – Common Mistakes 4
HW: Common Mistakes #5 – Common Mistakes 5
Video Clip: Taylor SwiftYou Belong to Me

Week 3: March 19 ~ 23
Introduction to the West 2 – Intro to the West 2
Introduction to the West 2 ppt – Intro the the West2
Video clip: Differences – Korea & the West
Homework: Common mistakes #4 – Common Mistakes 4
Common Mistakes #3 (answers) – Common Mistakes 3

Introduction to the West – Intro to the West
Introduction to the West ppt – Intro to the West
Homework: Common Mistakes #3 – Common Mistakes 3
Common Mistakes #2 (answers) – Common Mistakes 2

Week 2: March 12 ~ 16
Gestures – Gestures
Gestures ppt – Gestures
Common Mistakes #2 – Common Mistakes 2
Common Mistakes #1 (answers) – Common Mistakes 1

Western & Korean hand gestures
Devil horns
British finger
Got your nose
Air quotes 1, Air quotes 2, Air quotes 3, Air quotes 4

Culture, stereotypes and the culture iceberg – Culture
Culture, stereotypes and the culture iceberg ppt – Culture
Common Mistakes #1 – Common Mistakes 1
Video clip: The Office (US) original
Video clip: The Office (Japanese) parody

Student feedback form – ELL 2035 student feedback
Mon / Wed class Tentative schedule – ELL 2035a schedule
Tue / Thur class Tentative schedule – ELL 2035b schedule

Week 1: March 5 ~ 9
Culture and philosophy handout – Intro & Philosophy
Culture and philosophy ppt – Intro & Philosophy ppt

Mon/Wed 월/수 (5/6) 1:00 – 2:50 syllabus – ELL 2035a syllabus
Class information ppt –  ELL 2035a intro ppt
Tues/Thurs 화/목 (3) 12:00 – 1:15 syllabus – ELL 2035b syllabus
Class information ppt – ELL 2035b intro ppt

Meet and introduce your partner ppt – ELL 2035 intro

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ELL 3044 Business Eng – 실용비즈니스영어

1. Group presentation Group presentation
Group presentation evaluationPresentation marking

A. Email your (1-2) partner’s score out of 5 with a sentence (or two) about the reason for the score. You can email the teacher before or after your presentation time.
B. A one page handout of your presentation with all necessary information – product name, company name, logo, slogan, price, target market, what it does, why people will buy it, etc.

Presentation order
Tue/Thur @ 10:30 class
Tuesday, June 5th – 다현, 임아현, 명현
Thursday, June 7th – 완규, 김현석, 조
Tuesday, June 12th – 민, 숙경, 채영
Thursday, June 14th – 해리 + vote for best product/service

Presentation order
Tue/Thur @ 1:30 class
Tuesday, June 5th – 도윤, Akmal, 승희,
Thursday, June 7th – 양진우, Farrukh, 민
Tuesday, June 12th – 수, Asad, John,
Thursday, June 14th – Kobulbek + vote for best product/service

2. Final Exam (30%)
Tuesday, June 19 – during class time

Week 13: May 28 ~ June 1
Globalization – Globalization
Globalization ppt – Globalization
Video clip: Globalization – Pros and Cons

Culture in Business – Culture in Business
Culture in Business ppt – Culture in Business
HW: Article: High/Low Context Cultures (5/5) –

Week 12: May 21 ~ May 25
Smart consumer – Smart consumer
Smart consumer ppt – Smart consumer
HW: Article: The Psychology of Sales (4/5)The Psychology of Selling

Week 11: May 14 ~ May 18
Business ethics – Ethics
Business ethics ppt – Ethics ppt

Bargaining – Bargain
Bargaining ppt – Bargain ppt
Video clip – (bring USB to class)

Week 10: May 8 ~ May 11
Money and graphs – money-and-graphs
Money and graphs ppt – money-and-graphs
HW: Does Money Make Us Happy? – HW Can Money Make us Happy

Week 9: April 30 ~ May 4
Branding – branding
Branding ppt – branding
Clip: What is Branding?
HW article: Knockoffs – HW Knockoffs

Company names – student A – info    student B – info
Advertising – advertising
Advertising ppt – advertising
Truth about vitamin water
Resume due (5%)

Week 8: April 23 ~ 27
Agree & Disagree – Agree & Disagree
Agree & Disagree ppt – Agree & Disagree ppt
Homework article – HW finding a job

First day of work – first day of work
First day of work ppt – first day of work
Clip: Advice for the first day
Clip: Meeting coworkers on the first day

Week 7: April 16 – April 20
Exam (25%)

Week 6: April 9 ~ April 13
Interview – Job Interview Roleplay
Interview ppt – Job Interview – Part 1
Video clip: Interview body language
Cover letter due – April 12

Interview ppt 2 – Job Interview Part 2

Week 5: April 2 ~ April 6
Interview warmup – Interview Warmup
Interview warmup ppt – Interview Warmup
Video clip: Interview common questions

Resume – Resume
Resume ppt – Resume
Bad resumes examples – 1. Marcus Brody  2.bad resume  3. bad resume2
Good resume examples – resume-samples
Resume assignment Resume assignment

Week 4: March 26 ~ 30
Common interview questions – interview questions
Common interview questions ppt – interview questions
Video clip: Common interview questions

Cover letter – Cover letter
Cover letter ppt – Cover Letter

Cover letter assignment – Cover Letter Assignment

Week 3: March 19 ~ 23
Job Interview: Tell me about yourself – Interview tellmeaboutyourself
Job Interview: Tell me about yourself ppt – Interview tellmeaboutyourself
Video clip: Tell me about yourself (British)
Video clip: Tell me about yourself (American)

Applications – Application
Applications ppt – Application ppt
Homework: BR Application – Application_BR
Teacher Application – Application_Teaching

Week 2: March 12 ~ 16

Job hunting pt 2 – Job hunting advertisements

Job hunting – Job hunting
Job hunting ppt – Job Hunting
Video clip: finding a job (available in class bring your USB)
Video clip: finding a job 2

adjective + ing vs adjective + edAdjectives 형용사

Student feedback form – ELL 3044 student feedback
Tentative schedule – ELL 3044 schedule

Week 1: March 5 ~ 9
Formal business introductions – Formal business introductions
Formal business introductions ppt – Formal business introductions
Video clip: formal introductions


Tues/Thurs 화/목
(2) 10:30 – 11:45 syllabus – ELL 3044a syllabus
Class information pptELL 3044a introductions ppt

Tues/Thurs 화/목 (4) 1:30 – 2:45 syllabus – ELL 3044b syllabus
Class information pptELL 3044b introductions ppt

Due to fewer than 15 Korean students in the 1:30 Tuesday/Thursday (화/목 4) class, the grading system will change to 절대평가 (absolute grading).

Business quiz (ppt) – Business quiz
Meet and introduce your partner – ELL 3044 introductions

 

 

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Korean History (in 5 minutes)

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Korean Flag 태극기

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March 1, 2018 · 12:59 pm

Bachelor’s Degree

A bachelor’s degree (or just ‘bachelor’s’) (학사)  is normally a 3~4 year program undertaken at a university. A bachelor’s can mean different thing and have a different name depending on what your major is. It will also depend on your university and how your university categorizes your degree.

* Some universities classify these programs differently. For example, accounting may be a BBA in some university programs but a BA in others.

Here are the most common…

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) – Anthropology, Art History, Chinese, Classics, Communication, Economics, English, English language and literature, Japanese, Korean, Korean language, French, Geography, German, History, Linguistics, Math*, Philosophy, Political Science*, Psychology, Religious studies, Sociology

Bachelor of Business Administration – (B.B.A.) – Business, Accounting*, Economics*

Bachelor of Science – (B.S., B.Sc.) – Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Pharmacy, Political Science*, Economics*, Engineering*, Math*

Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) – Engineering

Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) – Education

There are more depending on your major and university. Check with your university to see the title of your bachelor’s degree.

Remember Bachelor of Arts is capitalized but bachelor’s degree / bachelor’s is not.

BA, History
BA in History
B.A., History
B.A. in History
Bachelor of Arts, History
Bachelor of Arts – History

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Think of vs Think about

Most of the time, think of and think about can be used interchangeably.

For example,

“What do you think of/think about the new president?”
“Is that what you think of/think about me?”
“I’m thinking of/thinking about seeing a movie this weekend.”

Sometimes, ‘think of’ means you know (you are aware) about the thing, however, you have not spent a lot of time considering it. Whereas, think about requires more concentration.
You wash your shirt with shampoo? I never thought of that.” – that possibility is new to me
I spent a lot of time thinking about my next job.” – focused thought

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Much the same distinction applies to hear of/hear about.

You might say you’ve heard of something meaning no more than that you’re aware “something” exists. But if you’ve heard about something the implication is you’ve heard some important/current information about that thing.

“I’ve heard of her on the TV.” (the name is familiar but I don’t know much more than that)

“I heard about the news.” (you are familiar with what is happening)

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