Summer 2023 - JAPN 110 D100
Japanese II (3)
Class Number: 4158
Delivery Method: In Person
Course Times + Location:
May 8 – Jun 19, 2023: Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, 10:30 a.m.–12:20 p.m.
Prerequisites:JAPN 100 or equivalent. Students who took Japanese courses in secondary school and/or with previous knowledge of Japanese may need to be evaluated for placement into JAPN 110 or higher level of courses and are required to contact the instructor before enrollment.
Follows JAPN 100. Students will acquire elementary conversational skills and basic reading ability. Students successfully completing the course attain proficiency equivalent to the level N5 Japanese Language Proficiency Test. Students enrolled directly into JAPN 200 may not take this course for credit. Students with credit for JAPN 101 may not take this course for further credit.
Follows JAPN 100. Students will acquire elementary conversational skills and basic reading ability. The course covers Lesson 7 to 12 in the textbook, GENKI Volume I, including 87 Kanji and longer dialogues as well as short reading and writing practices. Students successfully completing the course attain proficiency equivalent to the level N5 Japanese Language Proficiency Test.
1) Tutorials start in week one and all students are required to attend the first tutorial. It is the students' responsibility to plan well before booking your flight if you are traveling and make sure to come back before the semester begins.
2) The tutorials will be offered mostly in-person sessions that require students’ attendance. Some parts (About 40 minutes per week) will be asynchronous, where students watch lecture videos and complete assignments. Students are expected to be available during the set scheduled class times.
3) There will be no final exam during the final exam period.
- Quizzes 12%
- Written Exam 1 15%
- Written Exam 2 15%
- Correction of Written Exam 1 and the self-feedback sheet 3%
- Oral Exam 1 7%
- Oral Exam 2 8%
- Workbook (at the end of each chapter) 10%
- Reading & Writing content questions (at the end of each chapter) 10%
- Dialogue Assignment (at the end of each chapter) 10%
- Attendance and in-class performance 10%
GRADING SCALE A+ = 96-100% B+ = 83-86% C+ = 70-74% D = 50-58% A = 91-95% B = 79-82% C = 65-69% F = 0-49% A- = 87-90% B- = 75-78% C- = 59-64% *Grades are based on individual students’ achievement and not on comparison with other students.
Those with any prior knowledge in Japanese language beyond the level of the course may not register. Students with any prior knowledge of Japanese must contact the course chair <email@example.com> to receive advice on their enrollment before registering in the course. The failure to report previous knowledge of Japanese may result in a withdrawal from the course.
Banno, E., Y. Ohno, Y. Sakane, and C. Shinagawa, eds. Genki: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese I Textbook [3rd Edition]. The Japan Times, 2020.
Banno, E., Y. Ohno, Y. Sakane, and C. Shinagawa, eds. GENKI Volume I, Workbook: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese [3rd Edition]. The Japan Times, 2020
Makino, Seiich and Michino Tsutsui. A Dictionary of Basic Japanese Grammar. The Japan Times, 1989.
REQUIRED READING NOTES:
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