Lectures

These are the video lectures at Korean Digital Academy.  These videos are only available to students at Korean Digital Academy.  If you are new to Korean, start with Hangul. Beginners can learn the key to fluency with verb conjugation.

Level 1

Class # 1 – How to read and write Korean (part 1 of 2)
Class # 2 – How to read and write Korean (part 2 of 2)
Class # 3 – How to SPEAK Korean (part 1 of 22)
Class # 4 – How to SPEAK Korean (part 2 of 22)
Class # 5 – He’s a teacher
Class # 6 – How old are you?
Class # 7 – I’m not Canadian
Class # 8 – There’s a pharmacy
Class # 9 – Where’s the bathroom?
Class #10 – Can I have a cup of coffee?
Class #11 – I have a dog
Class #12 – I study Korean

Level 2

Class #13 – What are you doing? 하다 verbs
Class #14 – Nuts and bolts (part 1) 오 verbs
Class #15 – Nuts and bolts (part 2) 아 verbs, ~고 and, ~서 because, ~러 purpose
Class #16 – Nuts and bolts (part 3) ㅜ verbs
Class #17 – Nuts and bolts (part 4) ㅓ & ㅡ verbs
Class #18 – Nuts and bolts (part 5) ㅣ verbs
Class #19 – A very useful expansion  주세요, ㄹ까요? ~ㄹ게
Class #20 – Another way to speak about the future – shall we?
Class #21 – Living in Korea -Descriptive and Adjective phrases
Class #22 – Asking/Giving permission
Class #23 – How long have you …
Class #24 – Repeating statements and questions

Level 3

Class #25a – Hobbies (part 1)
Class #25b – Hobbies (part 2)
Class #26a – Vacations (part 1)
Class #26b – Vacations (part 2)
Class #27a – Your neighborhood and life (part 1)
Class #27b – Your neighborhood and life (part 2)
Class #28a – Daily rountines (part 1)
Class #28b – Daily rountines (part 2)
Class #29a – Seasons and weather (part 1)
Class #29b – Seasons and weather (part 2)
Class #30a – Bucketlists and hypotheicals (part 1)
Class #30b – Bucketlists and hypotheicals (part 2)

Level 4

Class #31a – Appointments and promises (part 1)
Class #31b – Appointments and promises (part 2)
Class #32a – Food and eating (part 1)
Class #32b – Food and eating (part 2)
Class #33a – Relationships and dating (part 1)
Class #33b – Relationships and dating (part 2)
Class #34a – Health, sickness, and injuries (part 1)
Class #34b – Health, sickness, and injuries (part 2)
Class #35a – Jobs and occupations (part 1)
Class #35b – Jobs and occupations (part 2)

Key to Korean Fluency

How to conjugate verbs.
Chapter 1 – The clock theory
Chapter 2 – ㅗ verbs
Chapter 2 – ㅏ verbs
Chapter 3 – ㅜ verbs
Chapter 4 – ㅓ & ㅡ verbs
Chapter 5 – ㅣ verbs
Chapter 6 – 하다 verbs

stairs_syllabus2

I had it stuck in my brain I needed a syllabus which would explain the rational of the KDA course, the learning outcomes, and provide a roadmap.  This less than elegant graphic will suffice for now.  Later, I would like to have more details.

Some verbs:  describe, express, formulate, interpret, analyze, combine, assess, apply, develop, evaluate, explain, and use.

“dual-code” learning combines verbal and visual-spacial cognitive settings.  In my striving to seek ways to remember, I placed the levels of KDA into an architectural diagram.

foundation

 

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