Massey's research interests include curricular strategies for mixed classes of heritage and nonheritage Korean language learners, as well as innovative pedagogical approaches for the digital generation. Out of her research she has developed the electronic Korean textbook series, Korean Grammar Essentials for Fluent Speaking, which is designed for all levels of beginning and intermediate Korean language classes.
Most recently, Massey launched an interterm online Korean intensive study course, a live-lecture class that has drawn students from around the world. In 2018, she was awarded the Sherrerd Prize for Distinguished Teaching.
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Kyae-Sung Park teaches Korean at all levels, primarily at Mount Holyoke College. Her research interests include first (L1) and second (L2) language acquisition, Korean linguistics, and language pedagogy. She is interested in the discourse effects of information structure on native and non-native speakers’ choices in word‑order alternations. Her research is concerned with whether properties pertaining to different linguistic and extralinguistic levels cause difficulties for L2 learners – and if so, how these difficulties can be theoretically explained and then practically overcome in the L2 classroom.
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