CJK Chinese, Japanese, Korean

1y ago
6.45 MB
27 Pages
Last View : 5d ago
Last Download : 5m ago
Upload by : Josiah Pursley

Welcome toEAS Language ProgramDepartment of East Asian StudiesMcGill UniversityCJK –Chinese, Japanese, Korean

Overview As an integral part of McGill’s East Asian Studies Program, theEAS Language Program is composed of 3 language groups –Chinese, Japanese and Korean languages. A total of seven fulltime faculty members, along with sessional teaching assistants,are responsible for teaching 14 regular courses at all levels. With this dynamic team of enthusiastic, innovative and dedicatedteachers, our Language Program has guaranteed a continuoussuccess in the quality of our language teaching, and our teachersare well recognized in Canada and internationally in their fields.

Chinese ProgramA long history: Our Chinese Language Program has a long history, which can be traced back to the 1930s.Instructors: Currently, we have three experienced Chinese professors, responsible for teaching 6 regular Chinese courses atvarious levels and they are Jennie Chang, Bill Wang & Qiuyu WangChinese Courses:East230D First Level Chinese (9 credits, Bill & Qiuyu)East330D Second Level Chinese (9 credits, Jennie)East430D Third Level Chinese (6 credits, Bill), East 530D Fourth Level Chinese (6 credits, Jennie),East 535 Chinese for Business (3 credits, Qiuyu), East 491 Heritage Chinese (3 credits, Qiyu)and some Topic courses in Chinese language

Two New Courses

An Experienced Teacher New at McGill: Qiuyu WANG Before joining McGill, Qiuyu Wang was a Preceptorat Harvard University, Associate Professor ofInstruction at Northwestern University, and theAcademic Director at the U.S. Department of StateCritical Language Scholarship Program (CLS) inBeijing. She has won over a dozen teaching awardsincluding the most distinguished teaching award atHarvard the Joseph R. Levenson Teaching Prize in2009, "Favorite Professor" at Harvard College in2011, and ASG Faculty Honor Roll at Northwesternin 2015. She is extremely excited to join the strong ChineseLanguage Program at McGill, and she is eager toshare her passion and expertise in Chinese teachingwith her students.

More than a Teacher: Official interpreter for the Federal Government of Canada for 18 years(1987-2005), a soapstone carver, and a carpenter, as wellPM Mulroney and Premier Zhu Rong Ji, 1993Bilateral negotiation and signing of Animal andPlant Quarantine ProtocolPeople’s Liberation Army of ChinaInuit hunter soapstone carvingQiao Shi, former Chairman of the National People's Congressand speaker of Senate on Parliamentary DemocracyRepairing the porch

Chinese Textbooks

Extracurricular ActivitiesWe organize various language and cultural activities outside the classroom inorder for students to practice in a real Chinese context and to learn thelanguage and culture by engaging in local Chinese community events. Overthe past 20 some years, we have organized these extracurricular activities:participating in Annual Chinese Speech Contest for university students inQuebec, visitChinatown, celebrate Chinese festivals, learn Chinesecalligraphy and Chinese songs, hold Chinese conversation club, learn how toplay Chinese maijiang game, publish students’ Chinese work by localChinese journals, watch Chinese movies, etc. Our students highly enjoyedthese activities and proudly, they always have strong showing in the ChineseSpeech Contests at the provincial and even international levels.

Students’ Chinese StoriesPublished in Local Chinese Journals

Experience Chinese Culture:Learn how to play majiang and enjoy Chinese food

Fantastic AchievementsAndrei ZlotchevskiWorld champion of the 15th “ChineseBridge“ Chinese Proficiency Competition forForeign College Students, 2016College Students, 2016Chinese Proficiency Competition for ForeignCollege Students, 2016On the final list of the Principal’sPrize for Excellence in Teaching, 2014Interview by CBC Pulse aboutmy life "A Success Story”First Chinese instructor of EAS DepartmentLaPresse article

Chinese Calligraphy Session

CelebrateChinese Lantern’s Festival

Having Fun while LearningBirthday cake baked by a student,February 2020An appreciation note from the class,April 2020Secret Santa: an activity with lots of laughsOMG, what happened? Lol!Having fun doing a group presentation (skit)入乡随俗 When in Rome, do as the Romans do.

More fun: singing in a choir“同一首歌 - The Same Song” : This video was created byChinese Class Level 2, 2019-2020.Chinese speech Contest, March2019 video.

Get Together with Current and Former StudentsVisitors from New YorkCelebrating Chinese New Enjoy tea togetherOuting with students and 2 interns from Shantou University


Textbook used in level 1Textbook used in level 2

Exchange ProgramPartners:Hitotsubashi UniversityKeio UniversityKwansei Gakuin UniversityKyoto UniversitySophia UniversityUniversity of TokyoWaseda UniversityFor the details, please go ess/exchange

Japanese Speech Contest

Summer Course (Level 1)

KOREAN LANGUAGE PROGRAMCourses offeredFIRST LEVEL KOREAN(9 credits, Fall & Winter 2 semestercourse)The goal of this course is to acquire daily conversation skills in Korean. Grammar rules,vocabulary and expressions needed for everyday conversations will be taught. No priorknowledge is needed. Starting with the Korean Alphabet Hangul, students will learn howto build sentences of increasing complexity. At the end of the course, students shouldhave a good knowledge about Korean language structure and be able to handleeveryday conversation in Korean.Textbook : McGill Korean 1, 2017, Hawoo Publishing

KOREAN LANGUAGE PROGRAMCourses offeredSECOND LEVEL KOREAN(9 credits, Fall & Winter 2 semestercourse)This course is a continuation of First Level Korean. The goal is to give studentsnecessary tools to speak, read and write Korean fluently. Continuing learning furthersentence structures, we will also focus on contextual aspects. Special attention is givenon using and recognizing minimal grammatical or meaning elements in the formation ofwords. At the end of the year, students should have a good overall language commandand the ability to study more advanced Korean by themselves.Textbook: McGill Korean 2, 2020, Hawoo Publishing


Published Textbooks & Book Translations byour language faculty (author/co-author/editor)

Language is a WindowTo the Soul of a CultureTHANK YOU!Thank you for your interest in the presentation and ourlanguage program! We look forward to seeing you inour classes, too!

KOREAN LANGUAGE PROGRAM (9 credits, Fall & Winter 2 semester course) FIRST LEVEL KOREAN Courses offered. This course is a continuation of First Level Korean.The goal is to give students necessary tools to speak, read and write Korean fluently. Continuing learning further sentence structures, we will also focus on contextual aspects. Special attention is given on using and recognizing minimal .

Related Documents:

Korean as a second language (L2). This study quantifies such correspondence at the syllable level by calculating the degree of correspondence in Korean-Chinese syllables. The degree of correspondence between Korean and Chinese syllables was examined. Results show that among the 406 Chinese character families in Sino-Korean words, 22.7% have an average correspondent consistency lower than 0.5 .

DESCRIPTION CHARACTER STROKE SUBTRACTION. This new IDC is binary, and is followed by two components: 1. An ideograph component 2. A CJK stroke from the CJK Strokes block that is omitted from the ideograph component, or multiple CJK strokes if an IDC is used Below are examples that use U 2296 CIRCLED MINUS as a placeholder for the actual IDC:

to intermediate and advanced Korean lessons. Before you go, here is a bit of history of 한글 (Hangeul, the Korean alphabet): Korean is the official language of Korea, both North and South. There are around 78 million people who speak Korean around the world. [1] 한글 (the Korean alphabet) was invented by Sejong the Great in the 15th century.File Size: 903KB

Intermediate Korean: Read Less [-] KOREAN 10AX Intermediate Korean for Heritage Speakers 5 Units Terms offered: Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Fall 2017 This is an intermediate course for students whose Korean proficiency level is higher in speaking than in reading or writing due to Korean-herita

The Korean language in historical perspective (6 credits) KORE3032. Directed readings in Korean Studies (6 credits) KORE3034. Korean Studies internship (6 credits) KORE3035. Korean Studies field trip (6 credits) KORE3036. Crime, passion, love: Korean popular culture before K-pop (6 credits) Fine Arts FINE2097. Arts of Korea (6 credits) FINE2098. History of Korean paintings (6 credits) Japanese .

Korean language will become increasingly important. And the best way to start learning Korean is to learn to read Hangeul, the Korean writing system. That’s where this challenge comes in. Did you know that there are fewer Korean characters than there are letters in the English alphabet? Korean has 10 vowels and 14 consonants. Unlike Japanese or Chinese, which have thousands of characters and .

LEARN CHINESE WITH ASSIMIL: WITH EASE SERIES Chinese With Ease volume 1 Chinese With Ease volume 2 Writing Chinese With Ease PHRASEBOOK SERIES Chinese phrasebook WORKBOOK SERIES Chinese workbook st 0 s Chinese The basics 9.90 ISBN: 978-2-7005-0765-2 www.assimil.com Chinese: The basics 9:HS

Essentially, what we need is a Japanese guide to learning Japanese grammar. A Japanese guide to learning Japanese grammar This guide is an attempt to systematically build up the grammatical structures that make up the Japanese language in a way that makes sense in Japanese.

Japanese Language and Culture 3 JPN 101 JPN 102 Beginning Japanese I Beginning Japanese II 8 . Revised 10/23/2020 4 JPN 101 JPN 102 JPN 201 Beginning Japanese I Beginning Japanese II Intermediate Japanese Conversation 12 5 JPN 101 JPN 102 JPN 201 JPN 202 Beginning Japanese I Beginning Japanese II Intermediat

Thank you, We are committed to deliver. Sushi TAMPA Japanese Korean Restaurant Dinner. Sushi TAMPA Japanese Korean Restaurant Edamame TNT Mussels . Tempura chip Smelt Roe, Flying Fish Roe, Wasabi Tobiko, Black Caviar and Japanese Mayo on top SPECIAL ROLLS Cream Ch

Korean Language 3 KOREAN 1BX Elementary Korean for Heritage Speakers 5 Units Terms offered: Spring 2021, Spring 2020, Spring 2019 With special emphasis on reading and writing, students will expand common colloquialisms and appropriate speech acts. Elementary Korean for Heritage Speakers: Read More [ ] Rules & Requirements Prerequisites: Korean 1AX; or consent of instructor Credit Restrictions .

KOREAN 204 Intermediate Korean Eunyoung Kim KOREAN 306S Advanced Korean Eunyoung Kim KOREAN 408S Issues in Korean Lang/Soc II Hae-Young Kim LINGUISTICS Course # Title Instructor Cross-listing **LINGUIST 2

Center for Japanese Language, Waseda University Japanese Language Program Admission Guide *This program is not a preparatory course for students intending to enroll in Undergraduate or Graduate programs in Japanese universities. April admission/September admission Center for Japanese Language, Waseda University Center for Japanese Language, Waseda University Address: 1-7-14, Nishi-waseda .

Early Middle Japanese (Classical Japanese) based on UniDic, a dictionary for Contemporary Japanese. Differences between the Early Middle Japanese and Contemporary Japanese, which prevent a naïve adaptation of UniDic to Early Middle Japanese, are found at the levels of lex

Organization of Chinese Americans (OCA) Process proceeded with translating the glossary into Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Tagalog, and Vietnamese . Therefore, it is with great pleasure that the EAC presents its 2008 Glossary of Key Election Terminology [English/Chinese and Chinese/English] . Th

Introduction to the Japanese Writing System Historical background of Kanji In the 5th century Japanese buddhist monks brought Chinese texts written in Chinese language to Japan. Since the Japanese language itself had no written form at that time, the Chinese characters (so-called Kanji or 漢字) were adapted. At that time the original texts .

Before you go, here is a bit of history of 한글 (Hangeul, the Korean alphabet): Korean is the official language of Korea, both North and South. There are around 78 million people who speak Korean around the world. [1] 한글 (the Korean alphabet) was invented by Sejong the Great in the 15th century. Before that time, people

2 Korean Language Korean is an agglutinative language in which “words typically contain a linear sequence of MORPHS ” (Crystal, 2008). Words in Korean (eojeols), there-fore, can be formed by joining content and func-tional morphemes to indicate such meaning. These eojeols can be interpreted as the basic segmenta-tion unit and they are separated by a blank space in the Korean sentence. Let .

The Korean language is also kept alive by the church where services are offered in both English and Korean. Role of the Family Family is the most important aspect of the Korean culture and nothing is done without the family‘s permission. The oldest male in the house is considered the wisest and makes most of the decisions. Relatives of the same blood are called ―ilga,‖ which means ―one .

Informational Black Holes in Financial Markets Ulf Axelson Igor Makarov April 2020 ABSTRACT We study how well primary nancial markets allocate capital when information about in-vestment opportunities is dispersed across market participants. Paradoxically, the fact that information is valuable for real investment decisions destroys the e ciency of the market. To add to the paradox, as the .