Korean: Second Language Acquisition, Korean Linguistics
Jihye Moon is from Seoul, Korea and she grew up in China and Japan absorbing different East Asian cultures as a child. Her early exposure to different cultures and languages led her to pursue her study in second language acquisition and pedagogy. She received her B.A. in History from Seoul National University and her Ph.D. in Second Language Acquisition from the University of Maryland, College Park. The areas of her research include heritage language acquisition, maturational constraints in language acquisition, and bilingual language processing. She was involved in a government project, where she collaborated on developing a Korean test battery to reveal different linguistic profiles of heritage versus non-heritage speakers of Korean at each global proficiency level. She also worked as the Foreign Language Reviewer at the American Councils for International Education in Washington, D.C. for several years. She has taught all levels of Korean to both heritage and non-heritage speakers of Korean in the United States. She started teaching at George Mason University in 2014 and had an honor to be a recipient of the Adjunct Faculty Teaching Excellence Award in 2017.
KORE 110: Elementary Korean
KORE 210: Intermediate Korean
KORE 210 DL1: Online Course for Intermediate Korean
KORE 210 4VA: Teleconference Course for Intermediate Korean
KORE 250: Gateway to Advanced Korean
KORE 330: Advanced Korean Language & Culture