Sujeong Choi

Instructor, Korean LanguageSujeong Choi

Modern Languages Building, 121

Office Hours: Tues/Thurs. 3:00 - 5:00 and by appointment

sujeong.choi@emory.edu

About 

Sujeong Choi received an M.A. in Korean Language and Literature specializing in Korean Education as a Foreign Language in Yonsei University. She is currently a PhD candidate and has completed doctoral coursework at the department of Korean Language and Literature specializing in Korean Education as a Foreign Language in Yonsei University.

Main Research

  • “Textbook Analysis on a Valuation Basis of TOPIK”, Studies in Linguistics, The Joongwon Linguistic Society of Korea, 2011.
  • “A Study on Cultural Education for Foreign Learners by Levels”, Cheongpamunhak(靑坡文學), 2012.
  • “A Study on the Validity of Listening Activities in Advanced Korean Textbooks”, International Language and Literature, International Association of Language and Literature, 2013.
  • “An Analysis of Synonymous Relation of Korean Verbs”, Highest Honor Paper in Yonsei University, BK21, 2014.
  • A Study on the Modality Meaning and a Contextual Analysis of the Ending Form {-ji}, Master's dissertation, Yonsei University, 2014.
  • Selection of vocabulary education for TOPIK, National Institute for International Education Project, 2015.
  • “A Study on Multicultural Society Policy in Korea”, the 18th Harvard East Asia Society Conference, Harvard University, USA, 2015.
  • “A Study on Basic Sentence Patterns for Korean Language Education: Focusing on "NP-e" Argument as an Obligatory Adverbial”, the 10th International Conference of Korean Language and Culture Education Society, 2015.
  • “The Acquisition of the Past Tense Based on the Lexical Aspect of the Verb”, 19th ICKL and 16th Harvard-ISOKL, USA, 2015.
  • “A Study on Grammar Education-Based Pragmatic Features in Korean Education – Focusing on “(i)na” and “(i)rado”-”, Journal of the International Network for Korean Language and Culture, The International Network for Korean Language and Culture, 2015.
  • Development vocabulary contents for Korean education, National Institute of the Korean Language Project, 2015.
  • “Gender Analysis of the Korean Language: Focusing on the Contents of Korean Language Education for Foreigners-”, the Fourth Annual Trans-Asia Graduate Student Conference, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA, 2016.
  • “Task Repetition, Written Corrective Feedback and Second Language Development”, Second Language Research and Forum (SLRF), Ohio state university, USA, 2017.
  • “Assessing the Language Learning Activity through Instagram”, Consortium on Useful Assessment in Language and Humanities Education (CUALHE), USA, 2017.
  • “Task Repetition, Written Corrective Feedback and the Learning of Korean”, American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), USA, 2017.
  • “Diversity of Korean Heritage Learners in the United States: Inter-variables Relationship and Effect of Learners Variables on Their Linguistic and Cultural Demands”, Individual differences in second language learning and teaching II: The individual and the context, State University of Applied Sciences, Poland, 2018.

 

Courses Taught

  • Elementary Korean I (Korean 101)
  • Elementary Korean II (Korean 102)
  • Intermediate Korean I (Korean 201)
  • Intermediate Korean II (Korean 202)
  • Language & Culture of Korea I (Korean 401)
  • Language & Culture of Korea II (Korean 402)