Lecturer in Korean
|Send E-mail||Office: Wright Hall 228||Phone: 585-3684|
|Office Hours: W & F 2:30 –3:30 p.m.|
Suk Massey earned a bachelor's degree in English language and literature, two master's degrees (in teaching English as a second language and in English literature) and a certificate of advanced graduate studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst School of Education. Her research areas were globalization and its effects on nonnative English-speaking teachers of English in Korea, second language acquisition, English for specific purposes and heritage and nonheritage Korean language learners.
Suk Massey has been teaching language for over 20 years at the college level, including five years in Korea and seventeen years in the USA. She teaches Korean in authentic contexts using task-based activities. In order to provide her students with rich Korean cultural experiences, Massey coordinates activities such as a Korean cooking class, a Lunar New Year Celebration and a Korean manners workshop in Korean traditional dress, ‘Hanbok’. To learn more about her teaching, visit her class Facebook page. 'smith/ 5 college Korean class'.
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