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과제명 싱가포르 내 한국 알리기 추진 방안 연구: 한국어 활성화 관련
기관명 외교부
담당부서 주싱가포르공화국대한민국대사관
전화번호 02-2100-0000
연구기간 2017-05-20 ~ 2018-09-11
연구분야 교육인적자원 행정지원
개요 o 한국어의 싱가포르 제3언어 교육 체계로의 도입 가능성을 파악하고자 한국어 학습에 대한 잠재적 수요 및 한국어 도입의 가치를 동기부여 요소 분석(motivational factor analysis) 및 다학제적 접근을 통해 분석함.

o 14-17세 사이의 참가자를 대상으로 한 설문을 통해 한국여행에 대한 높은 관심, 외국어학습에 대한 열정, 한국 문화에 대한 깊은 인식 등을 기반으로 싱가포르 학생들 사이에서 한국어 학습에 대한 잠재적인 수요가 존재함을 알 수 있었고, 싱가포르 제3언어 과정에 한국어를 도입하는데 대한 호의적인 태도 역시 관찰할 수 있었음.

o 한국 정부가 신남방정책 하에서 싱가포르 및 아세안과의 경제 협력을 강화시키고자 한다는 점에서 한국어 구사가 가능한 싱가포르인에 대한 수요가 높아질 것으로 보이며, 이에 더해 본 연구를 통해 도출된 싱가포르 학생들의 한국어에 대한 높은 수요를 감안할 때, 싱가포르 교육 체계로의 한국어 도입은 유의미할 것으로 전망함.

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계약일자 2017-04-28
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계약금액 20,404,200원

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제목 싱가포르내 한국 알리기 추진 방안 연구: 한국어 활성화 관련
영문제목 Promoting Korean in Singapore
부제목 A Viability Study of Korean as a Third Language
연구보고서
목차
Table of Contents Contributors iii List of Tables iv List of Figures vi Appendices vii Abstract viii 1. Introduction 1 1.1. Background of the Study 1 1.2. Purpose and Direction of the Study 3 1.3. Literature Review 4 2. Status of Korean Language Education 2.1. Korean Language Education in the World 2.1.1. Korean as a Second Language in Overseas Schools 2.1.2. Increase in TOPIK Candidates Worldwide 2.2. Korean Language Education In Higher Education in Singapore 2.2.1. Universities 15 2.2.2. Polytechnics 3. The Third Language Program in Singapore 3.1. Singapore Education System 3.1.1. Singapore Education System 3.1.2. Singapore’s Bilingual Policy 3.1.3. Second Language Education 3.2. MOELC Third Language Program 3.2.1. Overview 3.2.2. MOELC Third Language Program in the National Examination 3.3. Characteristics of MOELC Third Languages 3.4. Implications for the Korean Language Promotion 4. Introducing Korean as a Third Language : A Feasibility Study 4.1. Overview 4.2. The Survey 4.2.1. Survey Design 4.2.2. Recruitment of Participants 4.2.3. Participants 4.2.3.1. Demographic Details of Participants 4.2.3.2. Linguistic Background of Participants 4.2.3.3. MOELC Third Language Choice (Group B) 4.3. Preliminary Study : General Questions Asked 4.3.1. Overview 4.3.2. Young Singaporeans’ Perceptions of Korea and the Korean language 4.3.3. Young Singaporeans’ Perceptions of Foreign Language Learning 4.3.4. Executive Summary 4.4. Survey I : Motivations for Korean Language Learning 4.4.1. Overview 4.4.2. Motivational Factors Analysis 4.4.3. When Did You Get Interested in Korea and Korean Culture? 4.4.4. Sustainability of Learning Korean Language 4.4.5. Executive Summary 4.5. Survey II : Potential Demand for Korean Language Learning 4.5.1. Overview 4.5.2. Motivational Factors Analysis 4.5.3. Potential Demand for Korean Language Learning 4.5.4. Receptiveness to Introducing Korean as a Third Language 4.5.5. Executive Summary 4.6. Key Findings 5. Korean as a Third Language 5.1. Introducing the Korean Language 5.2. Advantages of Introducing Korean as a Third Language 5.2.1. Participation in the Asian Community 5.2.2. Economic Value of the Language 5.2.3. Receptiveness to Learning Korean 5.2.4. Academic Collaborations 5.3. Challenges Facing the Introduction of Korean as a Third Language 5.3.1. Concerns Regarding the Introduction of Korean as a Third Language 5.3.2. Challenges Concerning the Execution of a Korean Language Program 5.3.3. Addressing Concerns about Introducing Korean as a Third Language 5.4. Proposals for Government Support 5.4.1. Steps Towards Program Execution 5.4.2. Mid-Term Strategies to Promote Korean Language in Singapore 5.4.3. Long-Term Strategies to Maintain Demand and Convert Potential Learners to Actual Learners 6. Conclusion 7. References 8. Appendices
 

Table of Contents
Contributors iii
List of Tables iv
List of Figures vi
Appendices vii
Abstract viii

1. Introduction 1
1.1. Background of the Study 1
1.2. Purpose and Direction of the Study 3
1.3. Literature Review 4

2. Status of Korean Language Education 
2.1. Korean Language Education in the World 
  2.1.1. Korean as a Second Language in Overseas Schools 
  2.1.2. Increase in TOPIK Candidates Worldwide 
2.2. Korean Language Education In Higher Education in Singapore 
  2.2.1. Universities 15 2.2.2. Polytechnics 

3. The Third Language Program in Singapore 
3.1. Singapore Education System 
  3.1.1. Singapore Education System 
  3.1.2. Singapore’s Bilingual Policy 
  3.1.3. Second Language Education 
3.2. MOELC Third Language Program 
  3.2.1. Overview 
  3.2.2. MOELC Third Language Program in the National Examination 
3.3. Characteristics of MOELC Third Languages 
3.4. Implications for the Korean Language Promotion 

4. Introducing Korean as a Third Language : A Feasibility Study 
4.1. Overview 
4.2. The Survey 
  4.2.1. Survey Design 
  4.2.2. Recruitment of Participants 
  4.2.3. Participants 
    4.2.3.1. Demographic Details of Participants 
    4.2.3.2. Linguistic Background of Participants 
    4.2.3.3. MOELC Third Language Choice (Group B)

4.3. Preliminary Study : General Questions Asked
  4.3.1. Overview 
  4.3.2. Young Singaporeans’ Perceptions of Korea and the Korean language 
  4.3.3. Young Singaporeans’ Perceptions of Foreign Language Learning 
  4.3.4. Executive Summary 

4.4. Survey I : Motivations for Korean Language Learning 
  4.4.1. Overview
  4.4.2. Motivational Factors Analysis 
  4.4.3. When Did You Get Interested in Korea and Korean Culture? 
  4.4.4. Sustainability of Learning Korean Language 
  4.4.5. Executive Summary 

4.5. Survey II : Potential Demand for Korean Language Learning 
  4.5.1. Overview 
  4.5.2. Motivational Factors Analysis 
  4.5.3. Potential Demand for Korean Language Learning 
  4.5.4. Receptiveness to Introducing Korean as a Third Language 
  4.5.5. Executive Summary 

4.6. Key Findings 

5. Korean as a Third Language 
5.1. Introducing the Korean Language 
5.2. Advantages of Introducing Korean as a Third Language 
  5.2.1. Participation in the Asian Community 
  5.2.2. Economic Value of the Language 
  5.2.3. Receptiveness to Learning Korean 
  5.2.4. Academic Collaborations 
5.3. Challenges Facing the Introduction of Korean as a Third Language 
  5.3.1. Concerns Regarding the Introduction of Korean as a Third Language 
  5.3.2. Challenges Concerning the Execution of a Korean Language Program 
  5.3.3. Addressing Concerns about Introducing Korean as a Third Language 
5.4. Proposals for Government Support 
  5.4.1. Steps Towards Program Execution  
  5.4.2. Mid-Term Strategies to Promote Korean Language in Singapore 
  5.4.3. Long-Term Strategies to Maintain Demand and Convert Potential Learners to Actual Learners 
6. Conclusion
7. References 
8. Appendices
초록
This study aims to investigate how viable it would be to introduce Korean as a Third Language under the MOELC (Ministry of Education Learning Centre) program for secondary school students. The study examined and studied the Third Language education system in Singapore, the potential demand for learning Korean language and the value of introducing Korean as a Third Language option in Singapore. Demand for Korean Language learning was analyzed with established pedagogical principles such as motivational factors analyses while the benefit of introducing Korean as a Third Language was examined in a multidisciplinary manner. Surveys were conducted on a group of participants aged 14-27 to find out the potential demand for Korean Language Learning in Singapore among young Singaporeans. The result revealed a strong interest in travelling to Korea, a high commitment to foreign language learning, and a deep recognition of the distinctive characteristics that make up Korean culture. In addition, there was a general openness to introducing more languages into the MOELC curriculum and most importantly, towards introducing Korean as an option in the MOELC syllabus. Many of the survey participants have been interested in learning Korean from a young age, and about 20% of the participants are already learning Korean in one form or another. Considering the fact that the Korean government seeks to further strengthen economic cooperation with Singapore and ASEAN as a whole under the New Southern Policy, the demand for Singaporeans who can speak Korean is likely to increase. Coupled with the positive findings from the study on the potential demand for Korean among young Singaporeans, the study concludes that there is a strong and sustainable case for introducing Korean into the public education system in Singapore.
 

This study aims to investigate how viable it would be to introduce Korean as a Third Language under the MOELC (Ministry of Education Learning Centre) program for secondary school students. The study examined and studied the Third Language education system in Singapore, the potential demand for learning Korean language and the value of introducing Korean as a Third Language option in Singapore. Demand for Korean Language learning was analyzed with established pedagogical principles such as motivational factors analyses while the benefit of introducing Korean as a Third Language was examined in a multidisciplinary manner.

Surveys were conducted on a group of participants aged 14-27 to find out the potential demand for Korean Language Learning in Singapore among young Singaporeans. The result revealed a strong interest in travelling to Korea, a high commitment to foreign language learning, and a deep recognition of the distinctive characteristics that make up Korean culture. In addition, there was a general openness to introducing more languages into the MOELC curriculum and most importantly, towards introducing Korean as an option in the MOELC syllabus. Many of the survey participants have been interested in learning Korean from a young age, and about 20% of the participants are already learning Korean in one form or another. 

Considering the fact that the Korean government seeks to further strengthen economic cooperation with Singapore and ASEAN as a whole under the New Southern Policy, the demand for Singaporeans who can speak Korean is likely to increase. Coupled with the positive findings from the study on the potential demand for Korean among young Singaporeans, the study concludes that there is a strong and sustainable case for introducing Korean into the public education system in Singapore.
주제어 싱가포르 내 한국 알리기 추진 방안 연구: 한국어 활성화 관련
공헌자 Francesco Cavallaro, Bae Sohee, Lee Yun Joo, Ahn Hyo Jeong, Chua Pei Qi, Dian Nadia
발행년도 2018년

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