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I Can Read Japanese: Level 1 Kanji Benkyou 漢字勉強 (Age 8-12)

By the end of this 10-week online course, students will be able to read and write 103 kanji characters in a variety of contexts. They will learn between 9 and 12 kanji characters each week through a variety of activities!
Casey Greenwood
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Completed by 9 learners
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By the end of this 10-week online course, students will be able to read and write 103 kanji characters in a variety of contexts. They will learn between 9 and 12 kanji characters each week and will participate in bi-weekly projects to promote retention.
I studied Japanese at an advanced level at Brigham Young University and lived in the Foreign Language Student Residence for two years. This is a Japanese immersion program in which participants would communicate exclusively in Japanese while at home. I am very passionate about the Japanese language and culture, and I am excited to share that passion with others as I help them to learn about the language and culture that I love so much! I am currently volunteering with a Japan-based nonprofit organization dedicated to providing opportunities in performing arts education to Japanese citizens and look forward to continuing my work with them.
Students will practice reading and writing kanji and their meanings through various methods including worksheets, reading exercises, word searches, crossword puzzles, and other activities! All assignments are open-note!

*KANJI ART PROJECT*: Every two weeks, students will create a kanji art project to encourage creating, memorizing, and using kanji in everyday life. They will draw or create one kanji character from each week of curriculum using their surroundings. For example: you could use spray cheese and draw a kanji on a cracker; you could write the kanji character for 'love' on a piece of origami paper and fold it into a heart; you could paint the character for 'rain' using water or watercolor paint. The student will then take a picture of their project and post it in the classroom for the class to see. Members of the class will comment on one or two of the posted photos, and share one Japanese word which includes the featured kanji.
Students will need access to a printer, paper, and pencil/pen.
Students will be assessed through a comprehensive, closed-note reading and written assessment.
No live meetings, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
*Basic Japanese language ability is required, as well as the ability to read hiragana and katakana with minimal assistance.* (Extra materials will be provided for students that need help with reading.)


Casey Greenwood
Lives in the United States
The Outschool Princess
305 total reviews
240 completed classes

About Me

**I'm finally back from surgery and ready to bring some magic to your home again!!**

Hi! My nickname is Sunshine because I love to make people smile and laugh! I grew up performing and have been teaching the performing arts to children and youth... 
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