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Comprehensive Japanese Language/Culture Lower Elem. Class 1 Pt 1-5 (Age 8-12)
This is the fourth class designed to help someone not only to become fluent but also understand the culture and all the writing systems. They will study in an upbeat and interactive way, where all students will feel comfortable and engaged.
Samuel Brinkerhoff, M.A.Ed
344 total reviews for this teacher
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Once per week
over 5 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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With a little bit of experimenting, I have combined two learning methods into one, both to help the learner succeed and master the Japanese language and understand the Japanese culture. This class is designed to help the student become fluent in Japanese and to understand the culture behind not only the language but also the people. I will first put the student into a situation and then give them sentences to respond to those situations. The sentences will then be broken down into vocabulary...
This class is taught in English.
Week 1: 1. Learn the greetings for the afternoon, evening and morning (both formal and informal) 2. Learn how to address people (mr./ms. boy, girl and teacher). 3. Learn how to introduce themselves to a new person 4. Learn how to say excuse me and I'm sorry 5. Learn the letters あ,い,う,え,お Week 2: 1. Learn how to say Thank you and You're welcome 2. Learn how to say Please 3. Learn how to place a subject in the sentence 4. Learn how to say this 5. Learn how to add information 6. Learn the next five letters of the alphabet かーこ Week 3: 1. Learn how to say this 2. Learn how to add information to noun or object 3. Refer to an adjective 4. Learn the letters が, ぎ, ぐ, げ, ご Week 4: 1. Learn how to respond when you are about to eat 2. Learn how to refer to things near you, close to someone else and far away 3. Learn to ask if something is okay. 4. Learn how to ask where something is 5. Learn さ, し, す, せ, そ Week 5: 1. Review of previous lessons and use exasperations with the review 2. Talking about the weather 3. How to say Umm in Japanese 4. Asking how old someone is 5. Learn the hiragana letters ざ,じ,ず,せ,ぞ
I received my undergraduate degree in the Japanese language, culture, and history. I also earned my Master's degree in K-12 education. I studied abroad at Nihon University in Tokyo as well as worked as an English teacher in Niigata, Japan. I was able to see what I learned firsthand
Students will be given worksheets to print out after the class to reinforce their learning. Because this class meets once, this is optional and they have the choice to send their homework to me to look over. They will get a vocabulary list that goes over everything they have studied
I do not routinely give an assessment at the end of the class. However, if a student or parent would like an assessment, they may request one by emailing me.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Samuel Brinkerhoff, M.A.EdCome learn Languages with me! I teach Japanese, Vietnamese, Spanish, Korean and Chinese. I have a Master's in K-12 Education and a Major in Japanese
344 total reviews
775 completed classes
After trying a major in marine Biology in college I realized that my real passion was in the Japanese language and culture. I loved watching anime in high school and had Japanese friends that were teaching me Japanese. At first I had thought...