Oral Presentation 2:  Skit (Thurday, Nov. 30th)        


This is a group performance. The objective of the performance is to show how well you interact and communicate with others using Korean expressions that you have learned in the class.

First of all, make a team of 3-5 people. Let me know the name of your team and who your team members are by Thur, Nov. 16th. Please exchange your telephone numbers and/or e-mail addresses with your teammates; you need to practice your skit outside of the class.

Procedure & Requirements


Each group will be given 5 minutes to perform the skit before the class.


Everybody in the group must have at least 10 lines (or sentences), NOT including "안녕하세요"


Before your performance, please explain to the class what your skit is about.


If you have a new word in your skit, which wasn't covered in the class, explain it before your performance. My advice is try not to use too many of these words if possible.


You can use visuals and /or props.


The first draft of the written script (or scenario) should be handed in by Tue., Nov. 21st.
1. Highlight the expressions or the grammatical points that we learned at the class.
2. Submit two versions of the script: one in Korean and the other is in English, so that I can better understand what you are trying to say in Korean.


The final draft (both Korean and English scripts) should be handed in by Thursday, Nov. 30th right before your skit performance.


Your group needs to think of the settings (the occasions). Then, characters, and what kinds of communication you want to exchange.

Sample settings

You are going to a movie theater with your friend, and you run across one of your classmates. They don't know each other so they introduce themselves for the first time.


Your friend invites you to dinner. You meet his/her family for the first time


You are new in town (or a building), and you are looking for a restaurant (or an office). Someone is passing by, and you ask him /her for directions.


You are in a Korean restaurant or a department store and buying or ordering something.

* You are buying a new car at a car dealer shop.

You are on a blind date. And... use your imagination and be creative.


Your group performance will be evaluated in two ways: group evaluation and individual evaluation. Group evaluation is 80% of your grade and 20% is your individual grade.

Group grade. 20pts will be given for each criterion: creativity, fluency, written script, and requrement.

Creativity: It's a skit! Make it fun and interesting. Using visuals and props are encouraged.
Fluency: How smooth and/ or naturally your skit runs. In other words, you need to practice your skit several times before the actural performance. Reading your script during the performance is NOT allowed so memorize your lines!
Written script: I will check accuracy of your script thoroughly. Please edit and revise your script more than once before hand it in. Neatness of your script is also important.
Requirement: Your skit must meet the all requirements including the deadlines.

Individual grade: I will be evaluating your fluency and accuracy (10pts each) of your performance.

* Reading your script during the performance is NOT allowed so memorize your lines!

** PLESE be prepared. The skit presentation has equivalant point-grade as a mid-term.

*** If you need any help, please come and talk to me.