Sumi Chang

Instructor, Korean Language and Linguistics

Moore Hall 371
1890 East-West Road
Honolulu, HI 96822
Phone:(808) 956-2493
Fax: (808) 956-9515
E-mail: changhan@hawaii.edu

Educational Background

Ph.D.: Korean, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa

M.A.: Second Language Studies, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa

M.A.: Counseling and Educational Psychology, Rhode Island College

B.A.: Political Science and Diplomacy, Yonsei University

Research Areas

  • Korean sociolinguistics
  • Pedagogy
  • Second language acquisition

Selected Bibliography

Chang, S. (2014). Education system. In H.-m. Sohn, S. Y. Cheon, & H-J. Jeong (Eds.), Essentials of Korean Culture (pp. 143-169). Seoul: Korea University Press. Also appears in Korean: Chang, S. (2013a). Kyoyuk ceyto [Education system]. In H.-m. Sohn & S. Y. Cheon (Eds.), Hankwuk Mwunhwa-uy Yihay [Essentials of Korean Culture] (pp. 171-202). Seoul: Korea University Press.

Chang, S. (2013b). Korean honorific sentence ending, -pnita. In S.-O. Sohn, S. Cho, & S.-H. You (Eds.), Studies in Korean linguistics and language pedagogy: Festschrift for Ho-min Sohn. (pp. 25-52). Seoul: Korea University Press.

Chang, S. (2012). Approaching L2 listening comprehension for advanced learners: Using reading as a pre-listening task. The Korean Language in America: Journal of the American Association of Teachers of Korean, Special Issue. 166-186.

Lee, S.-K. & Chang, S. (2005). The learner involvement in self- and peer-assessment of task-based oral performance. Language Research [Ŏhak Yŏngu], 41(3), 711-735.