Mahaveer Prasad Kumawa
Mahaveer Prasad Kumawat is a dedicated learner and educator in Korean language and literature, currently pursuing his degree at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. With a deep passion for linguistic nuances, Mahaveer has completed a Turkish beginners’ course and is now fully immersed in the intricacies of the Korean language. His teaching experience spans six months, where he has adeptly conducted online classes for small groups, ensuring accessibility with minimal fees. Beyond teaching, Mahaveer also contributes as a part-time translator and interpreter. His aspiration is to become an esteemed expert in the Korean language, and he thrives on the comparative study of language structures, grammar, and phonetics, with a special focus on Hindi and Korean.
This course aims to enhance students’ language proficiency in reading, writing, listening, and speaking, enabling them to confidently engage with longer, more complex materials and tasks. The curriculum follows the Common Language Framework, providing a structured approach to language learning.
ASSESSMENT & GRADING SYSTEM
Throughout the course, there will be regular formative assessments that align with the language and skills covered. These assessments will provide ongoing feedback to students, helping them track their progress and identify areas for improvement. At the end of the course, there will be a summative test that covers all aspects of the curriculum.
The assessments will cover the following areas:
- Listening: ability to understand straightforward questions and core information, ability to follow conversations when the speaker speaks slowly and clearly, and readiness to ask for repetition when needed.
- Reading: ability to comprehend the content of accessible texts, such as labels, posters, catalogues, ads, menus, job offers, and schedules, as well as ability to infer the meaning of unfamiliar words from context.
- Speaking: ability to answer questions about oneself, and to discuss topics such as family, place of residence, and food using simple sentences.
- Writing: ability to write a short message.
Grades will be determined based on student performance in these areas, with a focus on assessing the application of language skills in practical contexts.
The program consists of two days of language classes per week and one biweekly cultural program. To receive a certificate, students must meet the attendance criteria. Students who have missed more than four classes or more than two cultural programs will not be eligible for the certificate.
ASSESSMENT & GRADING SYSTEM
Each semester has a duration of 12-13 weeks or three months.
|Two Quizzes & Assign||10%||5th Week & 13th Week|
|Midterm Exam||30%||Between 6th and 7th Week|
|Final Exam||40%||12th/13th Week|
|Assignments||10%||5th Week & 13th Week|
|Class Attendance & Participation||30%||5th Week & 13th Week|
A certificate is issued upon completion of the course requirements, which include attending at least 90% of the contact hours and passing the final exam. The certificate indicates the course title, volume or number of academic hours, and the time of the course.
Date of approval of the curriculum: March 25, 2023