Let's Learn Japanese 1.7: Shopping
In this 8 lesson course, students will learn essential shopping and restaurant phrases in Japanese! We will continue to review old Hiragana characters and learn new Kanji characters.
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over 8 weeks
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per learner - per class
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
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********************************** Note: First-time students please read!! This is the course-flow of my “Let’s Learn Japanese” series: 1.0---> So You Want to Learn Japanese? (optional) 1.1---> Let’s Learn Japanese: Hiragana 1.2---> Let’s Learn Japanese: Introducing Yourself 1.3---> Let’s Learn Japanese: Katakana 1.4---> Let’s Learn Japanese: Everyday Activities 1.5---> Let's Learn Japanese: Likes and Dislikes 1.6---> Let's Learn Japanese: Friends and Family 1.7---> Let's Learn Japanese:...
Students will learn: -Japanese money terms -School supply terms -Clothes terms -Restaurant terms -How to ask the price of something -How to express things that we want -How to order at a restaurant -Sentence enders ~ね and ~よ -Demonstrative pronouns -Counter words for larger numbers, general items, cylindrical objects, bound objects, and machines -22 Kanji characters
I have a Bachelor's degree in Japanese and East Asian Studies. While working on my degree, I completed a study program abroad at Nihon University in Tokyo. After graduation I lived and worked in Hokkaido, Japan for 3 years. My job was primarily teaching ESL (English as a Second Language), but I occasionally did some local work as a translator and interpreter. I am currently working towards receiving an N2 certification in the JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test).
I will make and provide worksheets after most classes for students to practice what they learned. We will go over these worksheets as a class during the review portion of the following lesson. The worksheets are usually 2-3 pages long.
5 files available upon enrollmentStudents should come to each class with something to write with and something to write on. For students that are more serious about taking all of my courses, I also recommend using folders or a binder to organize printouts and notes between each class section. Students should ideally have access to a printer as well for the worksheets. If this is not possible, they could work around this by writing down worksheet answers in their notes.
A written report is available at the end of the course upon request.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
I make flashcards on Quizlet to go along with most lessons. Using Quizlet is not required for this class. This is only used as a supplementary tool for students that want a little extra help reviewing new words and characters. This is a free outside resource, but please note that it requires creating a Quizlet account to use.
Hatasa, Y. A., Hatasa, K., & Makino, S. (2014). Nakama 1: Japanese Communication, Culture, Context (World Languages) (3rd ed.). Cengage Learning. Times, The Japan The Japan and VVB LAUFERSWEILER Verlag. Genki 1: (Third Edition) An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese/ Hauptlehrbuch: Integrierter Sprachgrundkurs Japanisch 1 (Dritte Edition) with Online Access. Weinheim, Germany, Beltz Verlag, 2020. Kano, C. (2016). (New Edition) Basic Kanji Book -Basic Kanji 500- Vol.1 (Japanese Edition). Bonjinsha.
Kate McMahanEducator of Japanese Language, Arts, and Culture
130 total reviews
188 completed classes
はじめまして (Pleased to meet you)! My name is Kate and I teach classes on Japanese language and culture. Japanese has been an interest of mine since I was a Junior High School student. In college, I had the experience of being a counselor for...