Lecturer in Korean
Office: 502E Kent Hall
Office Hours: T/R 12-1 PM
EdD: Applied Linguistics, Teachers College, Columbia University (2009)
EdM: Applied Linguistics, Teachers College, Columbia University (2002)
MA: TESOL, Teachers College, Columbia University (2001)
KORN UN1101 First Year Korean I Section 002
KORN UN3005 Third Year Korean I Section 002
Foreign Language Pedagogy
Heritage Language Teaching and Learning
Ji-Young Jung has taught all levels of Korean for the last thirteen years, including Korean for Heritage Speakers and language-and-content courses such as Current Korean Media and Advanced Readings in Korean (using contemporary Korean literature). Prior to coming to Columbia in 2018, she taught at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, and the University of Pennsylvania. She co-authored Integrated Korean: Accelerated I and II for the KLEAR Korean Textbook Series (University of Hawai‘i Press). She served on the task force that created College Korean Curriculum Inspired by National Standards for Korean (2015). She is a certified tester of ACTFL’s OPI (used in academic settings) and ILR OPI (used by the U.S. government).
Korean for Specific Purposes. In A. S. Byon and D. O. Pyun (Eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Korean as a Second Language (pp. 194-221) (Routledge, 2022)
Integrated Korean: Accelerated 1 & Accelerated 2 (co-author, University of Hawai‘i Press, 2020 & 2021)
Literacies and Multiliteracies in Korean Language Learning and Teaching. In Y. Y. Cho (Ed.) Teaching Korean as a Foreign Language: Theories and Practices (pp. 117-146). (co-author, Routledge, 2021).
Citizen sociolinguistics: Making connections in the foreign language classroom. Korean Language in America, 22(1), 1-24 (co-author, 2018)