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One on One Lesson: Japanese for Bns 『Beginner+』 (Ages5~10) [Nikoniko Nihongo 1]
This class is a private lesson for beginners who have previously completed "Japanese for Beginners" class or have an equivalent level in Japanese.
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This class is a private lesson for beginners who have previously completed "Japanese for beginners" class or have an equivalent level in Japanese. *For the detail, please refer to the description of the class "Japanese for beginners [Nikoniko Nihongo 1] Although the themes(units) are the same as previous class, at this time, learners will expand their knowledge of Japanese and understand it in more detail. Also, they will start to practice reading and writing "Hiragana" as well. Worksheets...
This class is taught in Japanese.
Learners will have more knowledge of Japanese and be able to feel more comfortable with communicating in the language.
It's voluntary and learners can finish given worksheets independently.
Depending on a lesson, a handout(s) -PDF- will be provided, and learners will be required to print it out and bring it to the lesson. Also, Hiragana worksheets -PDF- will be given for reading/writing practice.
25 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
The teaching plans were made based on a textbook issued by AJLC (Association of Japanese Language for Children)
AJLC Japanese instructor / ECE
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
87 total reviews
40 completed classes
Hello, every one! Thank you for reading my profile :) My name is ERIKO and I am more than happy to teach children Japanese as a native Japanese speaker at Outschool. Learning any other language sounds difficult but it's rewarding and leads you to...