Research and Teaching Interests
Seungmin Yun has been teaching ESOL courses at university level for 8 years. Based on her teaching, she is working on material development for EAP courses focusing on the simulation based approach. Her major research interest lies on intercultural pragmatics, code-switching, and language socialization of bilingual children.
- Intermediate/Advanced academic writing courses for Non-native Speakers of English
- Freshmen composition course for international undergraduate students
- ITA training- Oral proficiency
- Research Writing for international graduate students
- Academic English for international graduate students
- Korean Language I
- Korean Language II
- Korean Language III
- Korean Language IV
- Ph.D., TESL/Applied Linguistics, Oklahoma State University (2015)
- M.A., TESL/Applied Linguistics, Oklahoma State University (2009)
- B.A., Bachelor of Education, Elementary Education, Gongju National University of Education, S. Korea
- Yun, S. (2013). UNIVERSITY GRANTS FOR CLUB ACTIVITIES. In G. Halleck (Ed.), Composition simulations. (pp. 13-36). Dubuque: Kendal Hunt.
- Yun, S. (2013). VERICHIP. In G. Halleck (Ed.), Composition simulations. (pp. 173-186). Dubuque: Kendal Hunt.
- Yun, S. (2015). [Review of the book Internationalization of East Asian Higher Education by J. D. Palmer, A. Roberts, Y. H. Cho, & G. S. Ching]. Journal of International Students, 5(2), 204-205.
- Yun, S. (2014). Integrating the VERICHIP simulation into EAP courses: A descriptive analysis. Hawaii University International Conferences (HUIC) 2014.