Socially engaged writing in the KFL class: a post-product, post-process approach

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2016

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Hae-Young Kim

Professor of the Practice of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

Her research and teaching interests include bilingualism and translanguaging, second and heritage Korean language development, and content-based language instruction with focus on history, literature and cultural studies. She has published on topics such as discourse reference forms, tense/aspect morphology and relative clause construction in L2 Korean, heritage language learners and motivations, and content-driven and socially-engaging language instruction. Her current research focuses on construction of language instruction that engages in critical academic discourse while aligning with students’ cultural interests and subjectivity.


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