Danielle Ooyoung Pyun 

(변우영)

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Mailing Address:

Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures, The Ohio State University

398 Hagerty Hall, 1775 College Road, Columbus, OH 43210

Phone: 614-292-3876, Email: pyun.7@osu.edu

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D.   Foreign and Second Language Education, The Ohio State University
  • M.A.    Korean Studies (한국학), Ewha University, Seoul, Korea
  • B.A.    English Linguistics and Pedagogy (영어교육), Ewha University, Seoul, Korea

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

  • 2012-present   Associate Professor (with tenure), Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures, The Ohio State University
  • 2013-2014       International Scholar, Institute of International Education, Kyung Hee University, Seoul, Korea
  • 2013, 2014       Institute Director, CLS (Critical Language Scholarship) Korea 2013 & 2014
  • 2006-2012       Assistant Professor, Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures, The Ohio State University
  • 2004-2006       Lecturer, Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures, The Ohio State University
  • 2001-2004       Lecturer, Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, The University of Chicago
  • 1998, 1999      Principal Instructor, East Asian Summer Language Institute, Indiana University

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS

  • 2012-present   Certified ACTFL OPI (Oral Proficiency Interview) Tester in Korean
  • 2011-present   Certified ILR (Interagency Language Roundtable) OPI Tester in Korean
  • 2017-present   Certified ACTFL WPT (Writing Proficiency Test) rater in Korean
  • 2017-present   Certified AAPPL ILS & PW rater in Korean

LANGUAGES

Korean (native; ‘Superior’ on OPI, 2011; L3/R3 on DLPT5-lower range test, 2015), English (fluent), Japanese (intermediate), Chinese (reading)

COURSES TAUGHT

Non-language courses

  • Korean 2231 Elements of Korean Culture
  • Korean 5380 Introduction to Korean Linguistics
  • Korean 5315 Korean Language: Structure, Culture, and Communication
  • EALL 801 Teaching East Asian Languages at the College Level
  • EALL 7702 Pedagogical Syntax-Korean

Language courses

  • Korean 1101, 1102  Level One Korean
  • Korean 104, 205, 206 Level Two Korean
  • Korean 507, 508, 509 Level Three Korean
  • Korean 610, 611, 612 Level Four Korean

PUBLICATIONS

Books

  • Danielle O. Pyun (2018). 500 Common Korean Idioms. London & New York: Routledge. link
  • J. S. Kim, H. Y. Cho, J. H. Lee, D. O. Pyun et al. (2014). Get It Korean (five volumes: Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing, Grammar). Kyung Hee University Korean Textbook Series. Hawoo Publishing Inc. link
  • Andrew S. Byon and Danielle O. Pyun. (Eds.) (2012). Teaching and Learning Korean as a Foreign Language: A Collection of Empirical Studies. Columbus, OH: National East Asian Languages Resource Center, The Ohio State University. link
  •  Danielle O. Pyun and Inseok Kim (2009). Colloquial Korean: The Complete Course for Beginners. London and New York: Routledge. link
  •  Galal Walker, Chan Park and Danielle Ooyoung Pyun (Eds.) (2007). Pathway to Korean: Beginning Spoken Korean from Zero. link 1link 2

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

  • Danielle O. Pyun & Kyung-Eun Yoon (2018, forthcoming). Discourse functions of Korean ‘yes’ words. Korean Linguistics. link
  • Byung-jin Lim & Danielle O. Pyun (2016). Korean foreign language learning: Videoconferencing with native speakers. In  C. Wang & L. Winstead (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Foreign Language Education in the Digital Age (pp. 253-276). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference. link
  • D. O. Pyun (2015). The Ohio State University. In H.-S. Wang (Ed.), Rise of Korean language programs in U.S. institute of higher education: A narrative history. Korea University Press.
  • H. J. Lee & D. O. Pyun (2015)*. Vocabulary learning strategies of learners of Korean as a foreign language: A case study. Journal of Korean Language Education, 26, 29-53. (*equal authorship)
  • D. O. Pyun, J. S. Kim, H. Y. Cho, and J. H. Lee (2014). Impact of affective variables on Korean as a foreign language learners’ oral achievement. System, 47, 53-63. link
  • Catherine E. Kim & Danielle O. Pyun (2014). Heritage language literacy maintenance: A study of Korean-American heritage learners. Language, Culture and Curriculum, 27(3), 1-22. link 
  • D. O. Pyun, M. K. Chung, and H. J. Choi (2013). KFL learners’ acquisition of Korean locative particles: A corpus-based contrastive interlanguage analysis. Language Information17, 23-46. link
  • Danielle O. Pyun (2013). Attitudes toward task-based language learning: A study of college Korean learners. Foreign Language Annals46(1), 108-121. link
  • Danielle O. Pyun (2013). Individualized Korean language instruction for a mixed class of heritage and nonheritage learners. In E. Yuasa (Ed.), Individualized Instruction in East Asian languages. Columbus, OH: Foreign Language Publications, The Ohio State University, 61-94. link
  • Y-S Kang and Danielle O. Pyun (2013)*. Mediation strategies in L2 writing processes: A case study of two Korean language learners. Language, Culture and Curriculum, 26(1), 52-67. (*equal authorship) link
  •  Wynne Wong and Danielle O. Pyun (2012). The effects of sentence writing on second language French and Korean lexical retention. The Canadian Modern Language Review68(2),164-189. link
  • Danielle O. Pyun (2012). An investigation into students’ perceptions of small group work: A case of the L2 Korean classroom. In A. Byon and D. Pyun (Eds.), Teaching and Learning Korean as a Foreign Language: A Collection of Empirical Studies. Columbus, OH: Foreign Language Publications, The Ohio State University. link
  • Danielle O. Pyun and Jaewoo Shim (2012). Learner attitudes towards performance based assessments in the L2 Korean classroom. In A. Byon and D. Pyun (Eds.), Teaching and Learning Korean as a Foreign Language: A Collection of Empirical Studies. Columbus, OH: Foreign Language Publications, The Ohio State University. link
  • Danielle O. Pyun (2012). Korea (ROK and DPRK). In A. L. Stanton, E. Ramsamy, P. J. Seybolt, and C. M. Elliott (Eds.), Cultural Sociology of the Middle East, Asia, and Africa: An Encyclopedia, Volume 3. Sage Publications. link
  • Danielle O. Pyun and Angela Lee-Smith (2011). Reducing Korean heritage-learners’ orthographic errors: The contribution of on-line and in-class dictation and form-focused instruction. Language, Culture and Curriculum, 24(2), 141-158.  link
  •  S. Y. Song and D. O. Pyun (2011). Teaching and learning pragmatics in L2 Korean: Past, present, and future directions. Journal of the National Council of Less Commonly Taught Languages, 10, 141-167. link
  •  Angela Lee-Smith and Danielle O. Pyun (2011). An analysis of the Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK) focusing on beginning-level vocabulary and grammar items. Journal of Korean Language Education, 22(4), 1-26. link
  •  Danielle O. Pyun (2009). A Corpus-based Analysis of Korean ‘Yes’ Words yey, ney, and ung: A Pedagogical Perspective. The Korean Language in America, 14, 25-46link
  •  Danielle O. Pyun (2007). Pedagogical Application of Corpora: A Speech Act Analysis of Responses to Thanks in Korean. Journal of Korean Language Education, 18(2), 135-154. link

Book Reviews

  • Danielle O. Pyun (2011). Review of ‘Using Korean: A Guide to Contemporary Usage’ by Miho Choo with Hye-Young Kwak. The Modern Language Journal, 95(1), 159-161. link
  •  Danielle O. Pyun (2010). Review of ‘Performed Culture: An Approach to East Asian Language Pedagogy’ by Christensen and Warnick. RELC Journal, 41(2), 201-202. link
  •  Danielle O. Pyun (2010). Review of ‘Korean language in culture and society’ edited by Ho-Min Sohn. Language Awareness, 19(2), 149-151. link
  •  Danielle O. Pyun (2009). Review of ‘Teaching Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Heritage Language Students: Curriculum needs, Materials, and Assessment’ edited by Kimi Kondo-Brown and James Dean Brown, The Modern Language Journal, 93(2)319-321. link

Conference Proceedings

  • Danielle O. Pyun (2012). KFL (Korean as a Foreign Language) teaching for L1 English speakers [Yong-o hwaja-rul wihan hyogwajok-in hangugo kyoyuk] (written in Korean). Proceedings of the 30th Annual National Conference of the National Association for Korean Schools, Washington DC, 218-220.
  •  Danielle O. Pyun (2008). Curricular models for heritage Korean learners in U.S. Colleges. Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Korean Language Education, Seoul, Korea, 343-359.
  •  Ooyoung Pyun (2004). The Role of Group Work in the Second Language Classroom, The Korean Language in America 9, 169-191.
  •  Ooyoung Pyun (2001). Crosscultural Variations in Personal Essays: Second language writing by American learners of Korean as compared to native Koreans’ writing, The Korean Language in America 6, 309-324.

 Others

  • Danielle Ooyoung Pyun (Content editor) (2007). Teens in South Korea (authored by Sandra Donovan). Minnesota: Compass Point Books. link

MATERIAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Korean Individualized Instruction materials for Level Three Korean, 2008-2011
  • Korean Individualized Instruction materials for Level One Korean, 2006-2011
  • Vocabulary Builder for Advanced Learners of Korean, funded by AAS NEAC (The Northeast
  • Asia Council of the Association of Asian Studies) Korean Studies Grant, 2004

 RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • KFL (Korean as a Foreign Language) curriculum and material development
  • Individual learner variables and their impact on learner attitudes/achievement in L2 learning
  • Teaching and learning L2 pragmatics

 GRANTS AND AWARDS

  • KF-AATK (Korea Foundation-American Association of Teachers of Korean) Teaching Assistantship Funding. 2008.
  • AAS NEAC (The Northeast Asia Council of the Association of Asian Studies) Korean Studies Grant, (Project: Film Collection on Korea), 2007.
  • KF-AATK (Korea Foundation-American Association of Teachers of Korean) Teaching  Assistantship Funding, 2007.
  • AAS NEAC (The Northeast Asia Council of the Association of Asian Studies) Korean Studies Grant, (Project: Vocabulary Builder for Advanced Learners of Korean) 2004.

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Professional societies

  • Treasurer (2014-2015), ACTFL Korean SIG (Special Interest Group)
  • Board of Directors (2008-2011), AATK (American Association for Teachers of Korean)
  • Member, ACTFL (American Council on Teaching Foreign Languages)
  • Member, IAKLE (International Association for Korean Language Education)
  • Member, AATK (American Association for Teachers of Korean)

Journal/proposal reviewer

  • Manuscript reviewer for: Foreign Language Annals; System; Language, Culture and Curriculum; Bilingual Research Journal; Korean Language in America; Journal of Korean Language Education
  • Grant proposal reviewer, Academy of Korean Studies Grant (2010)
  • Grant proposal reviewer, Korean Foundation and AATK Teaching Fellow Grant (2009, 2010)
  • Proposal Reviewer, AATK (American Association of Teachers of Korean) Annual Conference (2009-2013).
  • Reviewer of Critical Language Scholarship applications (2008-2012)
  • Book proposal reviewer for Routledge (2007).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Heritage Language Literacy Maintenance: A Study of Korean-American Heritage Learners (with Catherine E. Kim).  AAAL (American Association of Applied Linguistics)  Annual Conference, Portland, OR, 2014.
  • Learner attitudes toward task-based language teaching and learning. International Conference for the 20th anniversary of Korean language education of Kyung Hee University, Seoul, Korea, 2013
  • Meeting the Literacy Needs, Learning Opportunities and Motivation for KHLs (co-presented with Catherine E. Kim), ACTFL (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages) Annual Convention, Philadelphia, 2012.
  • Analysis of the Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK): Elementary level vocabulary-grammar test items. (co-presented with Angela Lee-Smith), the 15th Annual Conference of American Association of Teachers of Korean, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 2011.
  • Korean language learners’ attitudes towards oral performance assessments, ACTFL (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages) Annual Convention, Boston, Massachusetts, 2010.
  • Second language writing strategies: A case study of three L2 Korean learners.(co-presented with Y.-S.    Kang), the 14th Annual Conference of American Association of Teachers of          Korean. Washington     University in St. Louis. St. Louis, Missouri, 2010.
  • The effects of sentence writing on L2 French and L2 Korean lexical acquisition, SLRF (Second Language Research Forum), East Lansing, Michigan, 2009.
  • Individualized foreign language instruction: Theoretical background and applications, the 14th Annual Conference of American Association of Teachers of Korean, Seattle, Washington, 2009.
  • Curricular models for heritage Korean learners in U.S. Colleges, the 18th International Conference on Korean Language Education, Seoul, Korea, 2008.
  • Persuasion strategies in newspaper editorials: Contrastive rhetoric between Korean and English, the 3rd Biennial Conference on Intercultural Rhetoric and Discourse, 2007.
  • Out-of-school literacy practices in L2 learning: A case study of highly successful Korean    language learners. (co-presented with E. Lee), the 12th American Association of    Teachers of Korean Annual Conference, 2007
  • Meeting the needs of heritage Korean speakers: Implementation of Individualized Instruction, a part of the colloquium, Expanding Horizons: Attempts at Individualized Instruction in        East Asian Languages, the 10th NCOLCTL (the National Council of Less Commonly             Taught Languages) Conference, 2007
  • A corpus-based analysis of learner input and output: The use of Korean locative case particles       (co-presented with H. Choi)the 11th American Association of Teachers of Korean Annual Conference, 2006.
  • The role of group/pair work in a Korean language classroom. 9th Annual Conference of the Association of Teachers of Korean, Duke University, 2004
  • Second language writing by American learners of Korean as compared to native Koreans’ writing, 6th Annual Conference of the American Association of Teachers of Korean, The University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2001