2011 ICT Training for Colombian Teachers<br />Learning Hangeul<br />Incheon Metropolitan Office of Education <br />Instructor : Byung soon. So.<br /> Date : 2011. 05. 24 (Tue)<br />
Study Goals<br /> Learners will understand the characteristics of Hangeul. <br />1<br />Learners will learn to use <br /> basic greeting expressions in Korean.<br />2<br />Learners will learn how to speak and write simple <br /> conversation in daily lives.<br />3<br />
1. History of Hangeul<br /><ul><li> Introduction of Korean language</li></ul>1. It belongs to the Altaic language family like <br /> Mongolia and Japanese.<br />2. There are about 75 million people in <br /> the world who speak Korean.<br />3. The rank is about 13th in the world.<br />
1. History of Hangeul<br /><ul><li> Hangeul, the Korean alphabet, was invented in 1443.
King Sejong, the 4th King of the Joseon Dynasty, invented a new alphabet system consisting of 28 letters.
King Sejong named the alphabet system "Hunminjeongeum," and officially announced it in 1446 through the publication of a book explaining the background and purpose of the invention, and the principle behind each letter and its pronunciation.</li></li></ul><li>1. History of Hangeul<br />UNESCO registered Hangeul as part of its Memory of the World Program in October 1997, and King Sejong is remembered in history as the king who made the greatest achievement in language.<br />
2. Features of Hangeul<br />The basic vowels are ‘ㆍ’, ‘ㅡ’, and ‘ㅣ’. <br />They represent the sky, the earth, and man, respectively. <br />The sky, the earth, man<br />[Fig ] Three basic vowels ㆍ[a], ㅡ[eu], ㅣ[y] <br />
2. Features of Hangeul<br />※ The phonetic value of ‘ㆍ’has been lost and is no longer used.<br />Another set of vowels was invented by combining the three basic vowels. <br /> [Fig] Vowels ㅏ[a], ㅓ[eo], ㅗ[o], ㅜ[u] <br />Korean Vowels<br /> 아[Ah], 야[ya], 어[eo], 여[yeo], 오[oh], 요[yo],<br />우[wu], 유 [yu] 으[eu], 이[yi]<br />
[yu]<br />[yae]<br />2. Features of Hangeul<br />Vowel –diphthongs<br />ㅑ<br />[ya]<br />ㅕ<br />[yeo]<br />ㅛ<br />[yo]<br />ㅠ<br />ㅒ<br />
[Korean Culture]<br />Age is an important aspect in Korean society.<br />When two Koreans meet for the first time, they ask each other about their age. Since Koreans regularly address each other by their appellations depending on their ages, it is especially important for Koreans to know who is older among them address elders using appropriate titles.<br />
3. Leaning Basic Expressions<br /> Personal Pronoun<br />
4. Writing Korean letters<br /> 콜롬비아 <br /> 대한민국<br /> 사랑합니다 <br /> 감사합니다<br /> 인천광역시 교육청<br />
5. Sing a song Arirang to learn Korean<br />The origin of “Arirang”<br />First meaning of “Arirang” is ‘The Lover’☞ “Ari-” means ‘love’ and “-Rang” means ‘a person’.Second meaning of “Arirang” is “The missed one”☞ In modern Korean, ‘Ari-’ means the feeling when someone get hurt by breaking up with their loved one or miss somebody so much . ‘Srirang’ means the other meaning of ‘Arirang’☞ When people say “My heart is ‘srida’.”, it means similar with “My heart is ‘arida’ .” <br />
5. Sing a song Arirang to learn Korean<br />Listennig “Ariang”<br />Ariang Musical note<br />
Learn how to sing “Arirang”<br />안 녕 하 세 요 반 갑 습니 다.<br /> 또 만나요 사 랑 합 니 다 콜 롬 비 아<br /> 감 사 합 니 다 인 천 교육 청 방 문 <br />행 복 합 니 다 지 금 이 시 간 <br />