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Korean / Year 5 and 6 / Understanding / Systems of language

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Identify and use appropriate terms and expressions, such ashonorific and qualifying words and counters for specific purposes and contexts

[Key concepts: honorification, time,descriptive/action verbs, context; Key processes: predicting, applying, relating]

 (ACLKOU166)

Elaborations
  • using vocabulary todescribe basic activities in school and home environments including leisure activities using common verbs such as 공부해요,쇼핑해요, 운동해요, 먹어요, 살아요, …, and nouns such as names of basic facilities (방, 교실, 화장실, ...) and of the days of the week (월요일,화요일, …)
  • describing emotions, feelings or viewpointsusing basic descriptive verbs, for example, 재미있어요, 무서워요, 행복해요, 이상해요, 용감해요, 예뻐요, 슬퍼요, 맞아요, 틀려요, 싫어요, 아파요, 멋있어요
  • describing the weather using 날씨가 좋아요/나빠요 or 비가 와요 as set phrases
  • using basic words specifically related to everyday life of Koreans, for example, 밥, 김치
  • using basic adverbs to describe ways in which a certainaction takes place, for example, 빨리, 천천히, 조용히 (빨리 하세요, 천천히 가세요, 조용히 하세요) and to indicate time using 어제, 오늘 and 내일
  • using basic honorific/humble wordsappropriately for peers or adults, for example, 생신, 계세요, 저
  • using counters with numbers in twosystems (장, 잔, 권, 그루, 송이, 원, 시, 분, 번째, …) and Arabic numerals with appropriate pronunciations, for example, 책 세 권, 10살,6학년, 7시
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Numeracy Numeracy
  • Critical and creative thinking Critical and creative thinking
ScOT terms

Honorifics,  Korean language,  Counter classifiers,  Grammatical modifiers

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