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A Competitive Study on Teaching Classical Literature Works between for Korean Natives and for Korean Learners -focusing on traditional fairy tales-

  • The Research of the Korean Classic
  • 2013, (27), pp.113-139
  • Publisher : The Research Of The Korean Classic
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature > Korean Literature > Korean classic prose

Kim, Seohyung 1

1경기대학교

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ABSTRACT

This study aims to find a teaching method for Korean classical literature works in Korean language teaching for foreigners. To do this, there is a review of classical works and educational objectives and content of them to be educated in Korean Teaching as Foreign Language (KFL). Then, there is something to find how classical works education for the natives can be applied for KFL. After Korean learners are up to the intermediate and high level, they have to understand Korean recognition world and Korean society culture. If Korean traditional culture is contained in the thing Korean learners acquire, there is no difference from educational contents for the Korean natives. Hence, this study started in the assumption that the literature works what the natives have known was taught at elementary school and then compared with works in materials between Korean for the natives and Korean for the foreigners. Consequently, making objectives of teaching․learning is decided depending on the relationship of language and culture teaching․learning. However, that activity for performance is different between Korean for the natives and Korean for the foreigners. In curriculum, the objective is changed from means for taking basic language ability Korean to getting culture for the natives, whereas the objective is for taking language ability Korean for the foreigners. On this wise, two things are supplied; one is activities for finding and comprehending the value of literature works on higher level. There is changing the objective from means for taking basic language ability Korean to getting culture.

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