Department of Theology












An Introduction to English Education(3)
The course aims at providing a comprehensive introduction to the profession of teaching English. The course covers

the areas that are considered critical to successful language instruction: teaching English language skills, standard

lesson types, and classroom testing.


English Speaking I, II(2)
The course gives students an opportunity to speak the English they have learned. Students build their confidence

and fluency in speaking English through interactive activities.


English Reading I, II(3)
The course aims at learning two basic reading skills: skimming and scanning. The course also aims at studying

 the theory of English reading and enhancing English reading comprehension ability through intensive and systematic

reading practice.


Introduction to English linguistics(3)
The course focuses on the scientific study of the English language. By studying English phonology, morphology,

syntax,semantics, pragmatics and varieties of English, students are equipped with comprehensive knowledge of

English linguistics and English language, necessary for English teachers.


English Listening I, II(2)
The course aims at enhancing students' English listening comprehension ability. Students practice English listening

intensively and systematically using a variety of authentic materials.


English Vocabulary(2)
The course is designed to help students improve and expand their English vocabulary in broad topics. The course

helps students learn not only the meanings of words but how they are used in context.


English Writing I, II(2)
The course familiarizes students with the writing process in English, from note-taking and pre-writing to editing

and revising.Students gain experience in writing a variety of compositions.


History of the English Language(3)
The course is designed to study the history of the English language in various aspects - the changes in phonological,

morphological, syntactical, and semantical aspects. Students also study the difference between British and American

English languages.


Audio-Visual English Education(3)
The course focuses on the study of how to use audio-visual materials for English education. Students approach English

language teaching practically using audio, video, and cd-rom titles to enhance English communicative competence.


English Phonetics: Theory and Practice(3)
The course is designed to provide students with the knowledge base of the English sound system. This course further

aims at equipping students with good English pronunciation as prospective English teachers using a variety of

pronunciation practice materials.


Teaching British and American Culture(3)
Students explore the cultural information on English-speaking countries by engaging in a variety of classroom activities

relevant to culture teaching. Students will develop keen insight into English language and prepare to integrate cultural

components into language classroom.


Curriculum Development in ELT(3)
The course aims at helping the students understand the basic principles in developing the English language curriculum

and providing them with tools and techniques for analysing the syllabuses with which they are going to work.


English Language Acquisition(3)
The course focuses on the theories and research in second language acquisition. The similarities and differences of

first and second language acquisition, variables affecting second language learning, and developmental learner languages

are studied and discussed in depth.


Introduction to English Literature(3)
The course focuses on the introduction to a wide genre of English literature including poetry, novels, essays, and plays.

Students read British and American literary works in depth and analyze them in order to gain a general understanding of

British and American cultures, necessary for English teachers.


English Education and Computer(3)
The course is designed to provide students with information on utilizing computer for effective English language teaching.

The course includes various techniques such as how to interact with other English teachers and students from around

the world,gather class material, read the latest journal articles, access language learning software. The course gets

students connected to the Web and helps them create their own Web page.


Practicum in TEFL
The course helps teachers-to-be build a repertoire of classroom techniques that are firmly embedded in well-established

principles of language acquisition. The emphasis throughout is on language teaching practice. Theoretical issues do

not receive undue emphasis in the course.


English Syntax(3)
Students learn Chomsky's theory of Generative Grammar and, on the basis of it, how to analyze English syntactic structures.

Students are guided to develop keen insights into English syntactic analysis.


Teaching Reading and Writing in English(3)
In the course students study the theory and basic skills related to English reading and writing by practicing reading and

writing extensively. Students also learn how to teach English reading and writing in secondary school classrooms.


English Teaching Methodology(3)
The course is designed to provide a detailed account of English language teaching methodologies. The course deals with

origins of the teaching methodologies, related theories of language and learning, syllabus design, classroom activities,

roles of the teacher and the learner, instructional materials, and teaching procedures.


Readings of British and American Literature(3)
Students read British and American literary works and analyze them in order to gain a profound understanding of British

and American cultures, necessary for prospective English teachers.


Classroom English
The course trains students to conduct classes in English. The students will learn practical English "teacher-talk" and use

this language in model classroom situations.


Materials and Methods in TEFL
Curriculum and contents of English textbooks for secondary school English education in Korea are studied. The course

also deals with principles of organizing secondary English textbooks along with teaching materials and methodologies.

The course of study includes the area of English education policy and the changes of the curriculum over the years.


Teaching English Grammar(3)
Students study parts of English grammar and how to teach them effectively in secondary school English classes.

The course helps students understand the structures of the English language in depth.


Teaching Listening and Speaking in English(3)
The course is designed to help students understand the nature of oral communication and expose them to a variety of

 techniques frequently used to teach English listening and speaking skills in classroom settings. Some of the listening

and speaking teaching

skills and techniques are practiced through class presentations.


English Testing(3)
In the course a number of fundamental concepts related to testing and many examples of tests that the students can adapt

and use in the classroom are treated. The students are required to take part in activities evaluating different kinds of tests

and formulating similar tests for their own purposes.


English Communication(3)
The course is designed to help students enhance their basic communicative competence in an integrative way.

By activelyparticipating in classroom activities, students improve the ability to express themselves in English accurately

and fluently.


English Speech(2)
The course cultivates the students' ability to speak publicly in English. Students learn effective style and delivery as they

present their own speeches to a classroom audience.


English Discussion(2)
In the course students are invited to explore controversial topics and share their opinions. Students develop both their

fluency and their cross-cultural awareness as they speak out in class.


Teaching British and American Literature(3)
The course is designed to study of how to teach British and American literature in class to enhance students'

understanding of other cultures and languages. The course covers various reading materials in British and American



Current Events in English(3)
In the course students turn their eyes and ears to the media as they explore and discuss the news in English.

Students increase both their command of English and their awareness of the world around them.


Business English(2)
The course is designed to help students build English communication skills in many different business situations by

having them master functional expressions. In the course various guides and tips to encourage students to talk, write

and do things in a variety of business situations are introduced.