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Korean / Year 7 and 8 / Understanding / Systems of language

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Curriculum content descriptions

Understand and use aspects of the Korean grammatical system to form simple sentence structures, and identify featuresthat are either specific to Korean or similar to English

[Key concepts: grammatical rules, grammatical terminology,forms, functions, syntactic relationship, honorifics; Key processes: understanding, applying, comparing,explaining]

 (ACLKOU013)

Elaborations
  • referring to self and things using first person pronouns (저, 제, 나, 내, 우리) ordemonstrative pronouns (이것, 저것, 그것)
  • using basic particles to mark case and other basic functions of nouns in asentence, for example, –이/가, –을/를, –은/는, –에, –에서, –하고
  • using basic verbsincluding copula (–이에요/예요) to describe state/quality or action in present or past tenses with the informal polite-styleending –어/아요 (for example, 좋아요, 예뻐요, 재미있어요/재미있었어요, 먹어요/먹었어요, 가요/갔어요), including some set phrases with auxiliary verbssuch as –고 싶어요, –(으)ㄹ 수 있어요 and –고 있어요, for example, 수영할 수 있어요
  • understanding that descriptive verbs in Korean grammar havefunctions similar to adjectives in English (describing qualities or states and modifying nouns) but that they alsobehave like verbs in a sentence (conjugating and being used as the main verb)
  • using question words to makequestions, for example, 누구, 무엇, 언제, 어디, 어떻게, 왜, 몇, 무슨, 어느
  • using some honorific words and suffixes (for example, 드세요, 선생님, 일어나세요) and humble words (저/제) as partof formulaic expressions
  • using simple sentence structures in the subject–object–verb order to make statements orask questions
  • producing a sentence without a subject/object, which can be retrieved or inferred from context,for example, 지금 뭐 해요? 공부해요
  • using simple negation, placing or before a verb (for example, 안 가요, 못 해요) and replacing copula (–예요/이에요) withits negative form (–이/가 아니에요)
  • comparing word order in Koreanand English, such as the verb-final rule and how to count objects, for example, 사과 한 개 versus ‘one apple’
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Critical and creative thinking Critical and creative thinking
ScOT terms

Grammar,  Korean language

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