This paper is research on Korean language and cultural education using Korean literature in synchronous online classes. Targeted students were Korean minor students in Hong Kong taking <Korean Through Media> and Chinese graduate students in Korea enrolled in <Presentation and Discussion Skills>. This paper poses a teaching and learning process for Korean language and cultural education through writing poetry using parody, utilizing Korean modern poetry. Webex and Zoom were used as the primary online tools for this research. The research indicates that the teaching and learning process through writing poetry using parody in a synchronous, online setting activates interaction among learners and proves to be effective in learning Korean language and culture. The Korean cultural class writing poetry using parody not only increased the learners’ interest and level of understanding regarding Korean literature, but also allowed learners to actively exchange ideas on Korean culture. Reflecting on student feedback, it was found that the anxiety of writing could be reduced and interaction among learners could be activated through collaborative writing activities. Drawing from such results, this study is expected to be used as a fundamental resource when other instructors design the teaching and learning process targeting domestic and foreign Korean students learning online synchronously.
|Translated title of the contribution||Teaching and learning process research through writing poetry using parody in synchronous online classes|
|Journal||Studies in foreign language education (외국어교육연구)|
|Publication status||Published - Feb 2021|