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Japanese Vocabulary Camp
Japanese: Road to Fluency Beginner Class 5 Multiday (Age 8-12)
This is the fifth class in a long series designed to help the student become fluent in Japanese. They will study in an upbeat and interactive way, where all students will feel comfortable and engaged.
Samuel Brinkerhoff, M.A.Ed
416 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 1 learner
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$25 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 5 weeks
60 minutes per class
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Have you ever wondered what classes are out there to help you become fluent in Japanese? I know I have. Well, I have designed this five-part beginner class (and more classes to come) to help you on your journey to becoming fluent. This class will not only help you learn grammar and vocabulary efficiently and effectively but will also help you learn about the culture and the people as well. I will put you in real-life situations where you will be encouraged to use Japanese to successfully...
After this lesson, students will be able to Week 1: 1. Learn how to read and write the Kanji for (now, rice fields, man, woman, to see, to go, to eat and to drink) -They will be given as seperate words as well as combined with other kanji to make new words including (fine, weather, and technology) Week 2: 1. Learn how to read and write the Kanji for (now, rice fields, man, woman, to see, to go, to eat and to drink) -You will also learn the combination of the words to make different words (like today, and cafeteria etc.) Week 3: 1. Learn the "te" form of verbs and how to convert them, A.how to convert ru-verbs B. u-verbs ending in u C. u-verbs ending in ku D. u-verbs ending in gu E. u-verbs ending in su F. u-verbs ending in tsu G. u-verbs ending in mu H. u-verbs ending in ru I. Learn about irregular verbs Why is this important. You will learn the first reason in this lesson. The first reason it is used to make polite requests (please open the door or please turn on the light) Week 4: 1. -Asking for polite requests -Using the Te form of the verb and asking politely for things 2. Sequence of events, when describing two activities. - What activity you do first, then add te form of a verb and then the verb you did last with the masu form. Week 5: 1. How to say no to polite requests 2. How to explain reasoning (I went to the restaurant because I was hungry) 3. How to offer assistance and suggestions (Let's go to the store to buy food)
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
416 total reviews
971 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...