||Kim, Nayu & Lee, Heechul. (2017). The viewpoint of consulting English class based on corpus analysis. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 25(3), 93-112. The aim of this study was to research English class consultants points of view by analyzing corpus data from cases of English classes. To investigate it, this study conducted quantitative research by analyzing corpus data from 103 reports (30,953 tokens, 8,922 types) written by consultants who had monitored English classes, and qualitative one by reviewing thirteen cases from each report. This research found that the consultants focused more on students behavior and activity than teachers one, and paid more attention to the aim of the class rather than students learning strategies on process of whole class. Moreover, the consultants placed much value on students learning motivation, and gave students confidence and will of participating in class much weight. In addition, time management was regarded as a significant component in organizing class by the consultants. On the dimension of four skills activities, the consultants presented specific improvement of reading instruction, but introduced vague and abstract direction of speaking and writing instruction to the teachers. The findings of this research imply that the viewpoint of consulting class needs more to include teachers behavior, students strategies, flexibility of time management and specific ways to innovate speaking and writing instruction.