Eun-Jo Lee

(781) 283-2885
East Asian Languages & Cultures
B.A., Ewha Women’s University; M.A., University of Texas (Austin); Ph.D., The Ohio State University

Eun-Jo Lee
Lecturer in Korean

A teacher and researcher with a sincere heart and enthusiasm.

My research interests include issues related to foreign/second language (L2) writing, socio-cultural/socio-cognitive perspectives on L2 learning, and issues of heritage language maintenance. My doctoral dissertation explored KFL (Korean as a foreign language) learners' use of writing strategies from a socio-cognitive perspective. I have taught various levels of Korean, beginning level to 4th year advanced level courses. When I taught at the Ohio State University, I was also involved with Individualized Instruction (I.I)

Recent Publication

Lee, E. & Kim, E. (2012) “Parental views and needs for Korean community schools: A case study in Ohio” in Teaching and Learning Korean as a Foreign Language: A Collection of Empirical Studies, pp. 211-231, ed. Andrew Byon & Danielle Pyun, NEALRC at The Ohio State University.

Recent Conference Presentation

“Exploring L2 writing strategies from a socio-cognitive perspective in KFL (Korean a as a foreign language) setting” Paper presented at 18th AATK (American Association of Teacher of Korean) Professional Development Workshop and Conference, Michigan State University, June 27-29, 2013.