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Ahrong Lee

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Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics

Assistant Professor

Office: Ross Building S414C
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 20079
Email: arlee@yorku.ca


On sabbatical leave in 2022-23.

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Dr. Ahrong Lee received the M.A. degree (2004) in Foreign Language and Literature, and the Ph.D. degree in English (2009), from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, concentrating in Linguistics. Her research areas of interest include Korean linguistics, second language acquisition, foreign language pedagogy, curriculum development, and integration of technology in foreign language education. She has published and presented a number of papers on the sound structures of Korean and English and language acquisition/pedagogy since 2004. She has taught a wide range of courses at York University since 2011, including Korean linguistics, Korean sociolinguistics, Korean contemporary culture, and Korean language courses from elementary through advanced levels. She is also one of the faculty members who has taught a certificate course for training Korean language teachers at the Ontario Institute in the School of Education at the University of Toronto. She received grants from York University (Teaching-Learning Development Grant) and the Ontario government (Ontario Online Initiative Fund), with Professor Mihyon Jeon at York University, for developing online and blended courses in the Korean program. She has been involved in a number of community activities with the Korean Education Centre at the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Toronto. With four colleagues, since 2019 she has published three textbooks and three workbooks for the Korean language, titled New Generation Korean.

Degrees

PhD, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
MA, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Research Interests

Linguistics , Education, Applied Linguistics, Foreign Language Education, Korean as a Foreign Language (KFL), Technology-Enhanced Language Learning

On sabbatical leave in 2022-23.

Dr. Ahrong Lee received the M.A. degree (2004) in Foreign Language and Literature, and the Ph.D. degree in English (2009), from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, concentrating in Linguistics. Her research areas of interest include Korean linguistics, second language acquisition, foreign language pedagogy, curriculum development, and integration of technology in foreign language education. She has published and presented a number of papers on the sound structures of Korean and English and language acquisition/pedagogy since 2004. She has taught a wide range of courses at York University since 2011, including Korean linguistics, Korean sociolinguistics, Korean contemporary culture, and Korean language courses from elementary through advanced levels. She is also one of the faculty members who has taught a certificate course for training Korean language teachers at the Ontario Institute in the School of Education at the University of Toronto. She received grants from York University (Teaching-Learning Development Grant) and the Ontario government (Ontario Online Initiative Fund), with Professor Mihyon Jeon at York University, for developing online and blended courses in the Korean program. She has been involved in a number of community activities with the Korean Education Centre at the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Toronto. With four colleagues, since 2019 she has published three textbooks and three workbooks for the Korean language, titled New Generation Korean.

Degrees

PhD, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
MA, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Research Interests

Linguistics , Education, Applied Linguistics, Foreign Language Education, Korean as a Foreign Language (KFL), Technology-Enhanced Language Learning