Note from the editor: We suggest that you carefully read the introductory section, the history chapter that includes the History-Social Science Framework up through the time lines, the resources chapter, and then access chapters that are appropriate for the subjects that you teach and are of particular interest.
Chapters of the book:
Chapter 1: History and Culture: pp. 3-99
Chapter 2: Language: pp. 103-113
Chapter 3: Korean Literature and Lessons for All Grades: pp. 117-167
Chapter 4: Korean Art for All Grades: pp. 171-194
Chapter 5: Music and the Korean Wave: pp. 197-211
Chapter 6: Religion-Philosophy: pp. 215-235
Chapter 7: Science and Technology: pp. 239-244
Chapter 8: Korean American History: pp. 247-258
Chapter 9: Tourism: pp. 261-267
Chapter 10: Resources: pp. 271-283
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Photo Contributor: Korea Tourism Organization, Los Angeles (http://english.visitkorea.or.kr/)
Editor: Mary Connor, National Korean Studies (http://www.koreanseminar.org )
Project Director: Sung Soon Kim, National Korean Studies (http://www.koreanseminar.org )
Technical Support: Jini Shim, Assistant Seminar Director
Book Designers: In Hoe (Jessica) Chang, Multimedia Designer
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Copyright: April 2022
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