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Basic Japanese for Beginners (A1-2): Ages 14-18
Once per week
over 4 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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This class is Part 5 of Japanese for Beginners and it is the continuation of Japanese for Beginners Part 4. If the student is absolute beginner, please, take Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4 first. This class is recommended for students who already have an understanding of how Japanese writing system works and have already learned Hiragana and Katakana (two of the 3 alphabets in Japanese). The instruction will be in English, with gradually adding more and more Japanese as students learn...
Students will learn all the tools necessary in order to talk about their free time in Japanese.
Homework will be provided after each class. Various resources will be used: links to dialogues of native speakers, dialogue scrips (with Japanese and English explanations), programs to learn basic vocabulary and Hiragana on Quizlet. I recommend spending 10-15 min a day on Japanese language practice. It is very important to practice everyday for best results.
I will provide print outs after each lesson. Optional: Official GENKI apps (to practice Hiragana and vocabulary) can be accessed at: https://genki3.japantimes.co.jp/en/student/
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
On our last lesson we will play a Kahoot game created by me to summarize what we have learned so far. It is a lot of fun for the students. . No log in or account is necessary. The children will need a phone to play. They will need to scan the QR code on the screen and it will automatically connect to the game. Then the students will try to answer the multiple choice questions they see as fast as they can. The results will be displayed on the computer screen and we will discuss the results. We may play the game multiple times and most importantly we will have fun. During the course, I will provide additional optional homework on Quizlet. Using this program is very educational and a lot of fun for the students. Parents will need to create an account for the student using email and password. Creating an account is a very simple process. Again, this is optional but a nice addition to learning. Google slides will be used as screen-share only.
I will be using Genki Textbook Volume 1, 3rd edition (Multilingual Edition) in the class. Students will not need to purchase their book. All the reading and writing practice pages will be provided. All the dialogues and listening practices can be accessed through Genki 1 publisher website self study room (https://genki3.japantimes.co.jp/en/student/). If additional practice is desired, Genki Workbook can be purchased at the following link: https://www.amazon.com/Genki-Vol-1-Workbook-3e-ed/dp/4789017311/ref=pd_bxgy_sccl_1/144-6878935-8107606?pd_rd_w=E5OqI&content-id=amzn1.sym.7757a8b5-874e-4a67-9d85-54ed32f01737&pf_rd_p=7757a8b5-874e-4a67-9d85-54ed32f01737&pf_rd_r=WGEG5BVZXF4WE1BVQP27&pd_rd_wg=5ODty&pd_rd_r=93d4d5b9-1efa-4442-af05-55ebbde10e50&pd_rd_i=4789017311&psc=1
Certified Russian Language Teacher and Japanese Language Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
7 completed classes
Hi, my name is Natalia and I teach Japanese as a foreign language and Russian language for bilingual children, and Russian as a foreign language. I am a certified teacher of Russian as a foreign language for children by Moscow State University...