How to Advance Korean Programs in Australian Schools

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The aims of this paper are two-fold. First, it seeks to give an overview of existing Korean language programs in New South Wales (NSW) schools. Second, by presenting key areas that require particular attention and improvement, the paper aims to respond to the Australian Federal Government’s recent initiative to increase the number of students learning Australia’s main Asian languages through the National Asian Languages and Studies in Schools Program (NALSSP). Based on a series of intensive professional and community consultations on the NALSSP, the paper maps out a set of recommendations to improve the standards of Korean programs in NSW schools (and other States) and enhance the educational opportunities for students who might be interested in studying Korean.
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Shin, Seong-Chul
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2008
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