By Okwha Chung
Introduces the cooking and nutrition behavior of Korea, together with such recipes as bean sprout salad and Korean dumplings, and offers short info at the geography and historical past of the country.
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Teachers can create opportunities to encourage students to challenge their own speaking ability but need not make it a requirement. (d) Stage 4: The formal ‘reading stage’ where reading is introduced via character recognition at the onset, with emphasis on the most commonly used radicals. (e) Stage 5: The formal ‘writing stage’ comes later than but is in conjunction with the previous stage of commonly used radical and character recognition and reading. The learning process as described above still roughly follows the ‘silent-listenspeak-read-write’ sequence on the whole but is more detailed than the acquisition process.