Hae-Young Kim
  • Hae-Young Kim

  • Professor of the Practice and Chair
  • Asian & Middle Eastern Studies
  • 2204
  • Campus Box 90414
  • Phone: (919) 660-4364
  • Fax: (919) 681-7871
  • Office Hours: Thur. 1-3pm, 4-5pm, or by appointment
  • Overview

    Her research and teaching interests include L2 Korean morpho-syntactic development, bilingualism, heritage language development and maintenance, and content-based instruction of language with focus on history, literature and cultural studies. She has published on tense/aspect morphology and relative clause construction in L2 Korean, Korean heritage language students in the U.S. and classroom discourse in a content-based language class.
  • Specialties

    • Korean
  • Research Summary

    Second Language Acquisition and Heritage language curriculum development
  • Research Description

    Her research and teaching interests include L2 Korean morpho-syntactic development, bilingualism, heritage language development and maintenance, and content-based instruction of language with focus on history, literature and cultural studies. She has published on tense/aspect morphology and relative clause construction in L2 Korean, Korean heritage language students in the U.S. and classroom discourse in a content-based language class.
  • Areas of Interest

    Second language acquisition
    Interface between morphology and discourse semantics
    Bilingualism and biculturalism
    Heritage language development and maintenance
    Content-based instruction of language
    Second/Foreign language curriculum and pedagogy
    Multi-media teaching materials development for post-secondary Korean
  • Education

      • Ph.D.,
      • University of Hawaii at Manoa,
      • 2000
      • M.A.,
      • Victoria University (New Zealand),
      • 1991
      • M.A.,
      • Seoul National University,
      • 1985
      • B.A.,
      • Seoul National University,
      • 1983
  • Awards, Honors and Distinctions

      • Korean Studies in the Age of Multimedia Education,
      • Two year grant from Korea Foundation for a Multimedia Material Development, with Young-mee Yu Cho (Rutgers Univ.), Ann Choi (Rutgers Univ.), Kyeong-Hee Choi (Univ. of Chicago), and Kyung-Ja Chun (Catholic Univ., Seoul),
      • December 2002
      • Multi-faceted Approach to the Teaching of Korean Literature/Culture,
      • Tuttle Language Grant: Highly Commended Award,
      • March 2002
  • Recent Publications

      • H Kim.
      • "“Connections” for developing cultural content in Korean language curriculum 한국어 교육과 문화 교수의 연계."
      • The proceedings of the 25th International Conference on Korean Language Education
      • .
      • International Association of Korean Language Education,
      • (2015)
      • :
      • 463-476.
      • [web]
      • H Kim.
      • "The status of the art of research on Korean heritage speakers in North America [In Korean] (영어권 한국어 계승어 학습자 연구 현황과 과제)."
      • The proceedings of the 17th International Conference of the Korean Society of Bilingualism
      • (2013)
      • :
      • 11-22.
      • [web]
      • H Kim.
      • "Teaching of reference and address terms in discourse context [In Korean] (담화 문맥에서 지칭어와 호칭어의 사용)."
      • The proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Korean Language Education,
      • (2013)
      • :
      • 29-39.
      • [web]
      • H Kim.
      • "Development of NP forms and discourse reference in L2 Korean."
      • Korean Language in America (special issue): Innovations in Teaching Korean
      • .
      • Ed. H-M Sohn.
      • The American Association of Teachers of Korean,
      • (2012)
      • :
      • 211-235.
      • E Kim and H-Y Kim.
      • "A case for instructional focus on pragmatics: Request strategies of advanced Japanese learners of Korean."
      • manual
      • .
      • Teaching and Learning Korean as a Foreign Language.
      • Ed. AS Byon and DO Pyun.
      • (2012)
      • .
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  • Teaching

    • KOREAN 455S.01
      • KOREAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY
      • Trent 038A
      • TuTh 03:05 PM-04:20 PM
    • AMES 495.01
      • COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH
      • Social Sciences 107
      • Th 06:30 PM-08:30 PM
    • AMES 518S.01
      • SECOND LANGUAGE PEDAGOGY
      • Trent 039
      • W 03:05 PM-05:55 PM
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