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Japanese Level 1 2022 - Part 1

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Mount Fuji

Part 1 of the 20-week Japanese Level 1 course will run during Semester 1 (term-time) from October to December 2022.

Part 2 will run during Semester 2 (term time) from February to May 2023.

Weeks 1 to 10: The first ten weeks of the 20-week course.  Please note the description below covers the content of the full 20-week course. Click here for the full week by week programme:

 

https://www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/languages/evening-classes/japanese/


Expected class size is 12 to 14 participants.

Teaching comprises 2 x 55 minutes (with a 10-minute break in between) per week for 10 weeks and guided independent study materials online

Course Code

ECLPJ1.1 22

Course Leader

Maki Ueda-Rabone
Course Description

This course is designed for complete beginners or students with little knowledge of the language. 

 

Some of the topics covered during the 20-week course are:

  • Small talk about yourself and others
  • Numbers, time and dates
  • Telephoning
  • Shopping
  • Ordering food
  • Giving locations
  • Talking about your activities
  • Describing people and things.

In order to make learning easy, the English alphabet, 'Roma-ji' is mainly used in class during the first weeks of the course. The class then gradually shifts from Roma-ji to Hiragana and Katakana, which are everyday scripts in Japan. Teaching is communicative with regular opportunities for pair and group-work. Class work emphasises listening, speaking and the practice of sentence structure; self-study consists of reviewing work done in class and practising language skills as advised by the tutor.

NB: The practice of writing and reading Japanese letters is not dealt with in class; it relies on self-study with the tutor’s support.

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12/10/202214/12/20220£80.00[Read More]

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