I have a question when it comes to teaching Korean.
So, I will be teaching Korean at my Kpop club every Friday and I was wondering, is there any good way that I could teach Korean. Like the best way to teach it and the best way to give assignments so that they will actually be able to learn it.
For example, what would be the best way to teach the Korean alphabet; Hangul.
when i was at a language school i learnt new grammar and words in class. so i got homework to write different sentences with the new grammar and words and in the next class my teacher and me corrected my homework toghether. we also practiced speaking by reading dialogs and having small conversations. like: "주말에 뭐 했어요?" "친구들을 만났어요" these things helped me a lot to become comfortable with the language. and i really liked this way of teaching.
And for Hangul i guess the best way is to watch a video to see how every character is pronounced and than just learn it untill each character is memorized. than you can start teach them basic grammar.
And when every one can allready speak a bit korean try to use as much korean as possible in class. we had a "korean only policy" in class. at the beginning it was really hard but i got used to it really fast and i helped me a lot so i had to try to express myself in korean.
I think this is a very good idea. To learn just like that or in order to go to Korea
i guess you could start with a slideshow or something, showing each symbol of the korean alphabet and how to pronounce it. maybe even an example of a korean word with that letter in it, idk. have them take notes too.
For memorization, perhaps you could print out your lesson on paper and hand out the papers at the end of the class, and tell everyone to review at home.
use pictures for describing the words... if you do so.. then their brain stores the picture as a key to the word else.... it just stores the English translation which may be easy to memorize but it will be hard to master any language or to attain fluency.... good luck