Welcome to the webpage for the Listening & Speaking 2 course for Fall 2010 at CUK. This page will contain copies of (selected) handouts, information on events and homework, and more.Here are copies of two important documents for our class: Student Info Sheet (PDF) which I will/have asked you to fill out with a partner and […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Welcome!
See below for the homework assigned last week and due this week. This list is for homework assigned on the 14th/16th of September.Homework Assigned 14 Sept: Fill out the polls below by 21 September. Each member of the class should fill out Poll #1, using the information you provided during the group discussion on 14th […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on New Homework (Week of 13th-17 Sept.)
One student in the Dept. of English Language & Culture, Seoyeon Kim, is starting a book club. Did you know that reading is a great way of improving all of your English-related skills? Not only your reading ability, but also your writing, speaking, and listening will improve more quickly, if you are reading English text […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Want to Join a Book Club?
I only received four challenges from student groups. (One group failed to resubmit a challenge during Chuseok week.) Therefore, I have collected and arranged the four challenges I received, in order of difficulty, and have added a fifth, more difficult challenge to the list. The list of challenges is here, as are the basic rules […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on The Challenges: Now Posted!
In case you forget, your homework for Sept. 30th was to think about what the English phrase, “How the other half lives” means. Also, we are meeting at the old dormitory (near the library), at the foot of Wonmi Mountain. You should be receiving text messages on your phones in the morning to remind you. […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Mountaining, Tomorrow
The homework I assigned from today’s class (30 Sept, when we went up Wonmi Mountain) is as follows:Write a 500 word paper for me on how accurate (or inaccurate) you felt your classmates of the opposite sex grasped what it is like to be a member of your sex. You can talk about a range […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Homework!
Here are the polls for feedback for the discussions we had today, 7 Oct. 2010:FOR PARTICIPANTS: Please fill out this poll. FOR LEADERS ONLY: Please fill out this poll. By the way, this is the interview with Jim Wallis that I mentioned in one of the discussions, where he discusses a sense of proportion as to the discussion of […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Feedback for Discussion, 7 October
Here’s the schedule as it stands. It is incomplete at the moment, as we will have to schedule one “make-up” class during which three people will be doing their Discussions. We will therefore be splitting into three groups at that time. If you are not on the schedule, please email me a note with “SCHEDULE […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Discussion Leading Schedule
Here’s an article I’d like everyone to read for our in-class discussion on Tuesday, 19th of October 2010:Continue Reading... Comments Off on For Discussion on Tuesday, 19 October… and Feedback Forms for the 14 Oct. Discussion
This is a note about rooms. We hold our class in IH 233, but on Thursdays we split into two groups. From Oct. 28th on, we have a second room for our discussions and that room is IH 340. Also, since we need a make-up class to fit in another group discussion, I’ve booked V111 […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Split Rooms for Discussions