Korean A1

Listening
Reading
Spoken Interaction
Spoken Production
Written Production
A1

I can recognise familiar words and very basic phrases concerning myself, my family and immediate concrete surroundings when people speak slowly and clearly.

I can understand familiar names, words and very simple sentences, for example on notices and posters or in catalogues.

I can interact in a simple way provided the other person is prepared to repeat or rephrase things at a slower rate of speech and help me formulate what I’m trying to say. I can ask and answer simple questions in areas of immediate need or on very familiar topics.

I can use simple phrases and sentences to describe where I live and people I know.

I can write simple phrases and isolated sentences

A1.2 Korean introductory 2

In ATS1172, I am continuing to practise listening comprehension of short but more complex dialogues.

I can understand basic conversations on more complex topics (e.g. giving reasons, talking about past and planned activities, describing and comparing things).

I can also understand simple classroom instructions when they are spoken clearly and slowly.

In ATS1172, with the support of the list of vocabulary and grammar learnt in class, I can read and understand simple texts learnt in class.  

I am able to read and understand texts and dialogues on a wider variety of topics (e.g. giving reasons, talking about past and planned activities, describing and comparing things).

In ATS1172, I am able to communicate in basic everyday situations practiced in class, including asking and giving the reason for actions, talking about past travel/ leisure/holiday activities, talking about planned activities, giving simple advice, talking about locations and travel, talking about weather, describing/ comparing things, and making simple suggestions.

In ATS1172, I am able to produce simple, reasonably well-connected sentences about my everyday life and familiar topics, including past activities and future plans.

I am becoming more confident of my pronunciation and intonation.

In ATS1172, I can write about personal and familiar topics (e.g. a short letter to a friend), using the vocabulary and grammar learnt in class.

I can write by hand and/or by using the Hangeul keyboard.

I am also able to write simple dialogues, in collaboration with peers.

A1.1 Korean introductory 1

In ATS1171, I can understand basic greetings and short dialogues about familiar everyday topics, such as self-introduction, likes/dislikes, and asking time or price.

I can recognise familiar words and basic phrases/passages concerning topics that are familiar to me if people speak slowly and clearly.

I can also understand the basic difference between formal, polite and casual speech styles.

In ATS1171, I am able to read words and simple sentences written in Hangeul (Korean alphabet). Such texts include self-introduction, restaurant menus, signs/posters, and short letters/emails/text messages.

In ATS1171, I can interact with others in simple conversations, including basic self-introduction, asking basic questions about the other person (e.g. job, family, study), and talking about likes/dislikes.  

I can interact with others in a simple way provided the other person is prepared to repeat or rephrase things at a slower rate of speech. I can ask and answer simple questions on areas of immediate need or very familiar topics.
I can also distinguish when to use the polite and casual speech styles.

In ATS1171, I can introduce myself and my family. I am also able to explain my schedule and past experiences using basic vocabulary and grammar practiced in class.

I can talk in simple language about familiar everyday topics (e.g. family, friends, study, hobbies), although I may still be uncertain about some pronunciation aspects.

I can perform simple, informal dialogues in collaboration with peers as long as I am given time to prepare and practise.

By the end of ATS1171, I am able to write most sounds in Hangeul (Korean alphabet).

I can write simple sentences and a simple letter/email/text message to a friend.

I can also write a simple, informal dialogue, in collaboration with peers.