Kanji 6 A

Students will learn to use upper-intermediate kanji vocabulary
correctly in practice as they learn how to read and write them.
Students will take kanji from things they want to read on their
own and devise methods to be able to use them.(IKB vol.1 L6-10) Students will be able to remember reading and writing of upper intermediate level kanji vocabulary and be able to use them appropriately. They will also learn to extract kanji and kanji vocabulary from reading material they enjoy and be able to devise ways to use these. Center for Education of Global Communication(CEGLOC) Japanese Tsukuba Campus Communication ability Students must be in Level Comprehensive Japanese 4 or higher, or have completed Kanji 5. Chen Yiyin Mon3 3902112 1.0 1 Class Exercises For undergraduate exchange students (tokubetsu chokogakusei). There is a student number limit.
Online(Synchronous)
Details will be given in class or posted on manaba. Homework and task will be regularly given though manaba. Students are expected to not only learn kanji through classroom drills and homework, but to be proactive in learning kanji vocabulary which they find essential. Homework 30%, Quizzes 20%,task 30% Final test 20%
(Attendance rate of 70% or higher is required) Yiyin Chen https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/3902112/eng/

Kanji 6 B

Students will learn to use upper-intermediate kanji vocabulary
correctly in practice as they learn how to read and write them.
Students will take kanji from things they want to read on their
own and devise methods to be able to use them.(IKB vol.1 L6-10) Students will be able to remember reading and writing of upper intermediate level kanji vocabulary and be able to use them appropriately. They will also learn to extract kanji and kanji vocabulary from reading material they enjoy and be able to devise ways to use these. Center for Education of Global Communication(CEGLOC) Japanese Tsukuba Campus Communication ability Students must be in Level Comprehensive Japanese 4 or higher, or have completed Kanji 5. Chen Yiyin Mon3 3902122 1.0 1 Class Exercises For undergraduate exchange students (tokubetsu chokogakusei). There is a student number limit.
Online(Synchronous)
Details will be given in class or posted on manaba. Homework will be regularly given. Students are expected to not only learn kanji through classroom drills and homework, but to be proactive in learning kanji vocabulary which they find essential. Homework 10%, Quizzes 30%, Final test 60%
(Attendance rate of 70% or higher is required) Yiyin Chen https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/3902122/eng/

Kanji 7 A

Students will be able to be able to properly distinguish between
and use vocabulary depending on their specialized fields, such as
educational psychology in the humanities and science and
technology in the sciences, while they learn to read and write
advanced level kanji vocabulary. They will also select kanji and
kanji vocabulary from reading material they enjoy and learn how
to use them for their own purposes. (IKB vol.2 L1-5) Students will be able to use properly vocabulary depending on their specialized fields, such as education and psychology in the humanities and science and technology in the sciences, as they learn the reading and writing of advanced level kanji vocabulary.

They will also learn to derive kanji and kanji vocabulary from the reading materials they enjoy and be able to devise ways to use them. Center for Education of Global Communication(CEGLOC) Japanese Tsukuba Campus 1. Communication ability Students have to certify this subject fits their level by taking the placement test (http://ttbj-tsukuba.org/) or by passing a subject one level below this subject. Ishida Mami Mon4 3902132 1.0 1 Class Exercises For undergraduate exchange students (tokubetsu chokogakusei). There is a student number limit.
Online(Synchronous)
Details will be given in class or posted on manaba. Students have to take classes on the Internet.

Homework will be regularly given. Students are expected to not only learn kanji from the textbook, but to be proactive in acquiring kanji vocabulary which they find essential and using these in order to learn them. They may be asked to explain synonyms, antonyms, and functions of kanji they have learned.

The class will be flexible according to the students’ level and needs and changes will be made to exercises, tasks, and assignments as necessary. Task and Assingnments 30%, Quizzes 30%, Final test 40%

(Attendance rate of 70% or higher is required)

Note that grades from A+ to C are to be determined based on the total score. https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/3902132/eng/

Kanji 7 B

Students will be able to be able to properly distinguish between
and use vocabulary depending on their specialized fields, such as
educational psychology in the humanities and science and
technology in the sciences, while they learn to read and write
advanced level kanji vocabulary. They will also select kanji and
kanji vocabulary from reading material they enjoy and learn how
to use them for their own purposes. (IKB vol.2 L1-5) Students will be able to use properly vocabulary depending on their specialized fields, such as education and psychology in the humanities and science and technology in the sciences, as they learn the reading and writing of advanced level kanji vocabulary. They will also learn to derive kanji and kanji vocabulary from the reading materials they enjoy and be able to devise ways to use them. Center for Education of Global Communication(CEGLOC) Japanese Tsukuba Campus 1. Communication ability Students have to certify this subject fits their level by taking the placement test (http://ttbj-tsukuba.org/) or by passing a subject one level below this subject. Ishida Mami Mon4 3902142 1.0 1 Class Exercises For undergraduate exchange students (tokubetsu chokogakusei). There is a student number limit.
Online(Synchronous)
Details will be given in class or posted on manaba. Homework will be regularly given. Students are expected to not only learn kanji from the textbook, but to be proactive in acquiring kanji vocabulary which they find essential and using these in order to learn them. They may be asked to explain synonyms, antonyms, and functions of kanji they have learned.

The class will be flexible according to the students’ level and needs and changes will be made to exercises, tasks, and assignments as necessary. Task and Assingnments 30%, Quizzes 30%, Final test 40%

(Attendance rate of 70% or higher is required)

Note that grades from A+ to C are to be determined based on the total score. https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/3902142/eng/

Kanji 8 A

Students will be able to be able to properly use vocabulary from
specialized fields such as the earth sciences, economics and fi
nance, and history, as they learn to read and write advanced level
kanji vocabulary. They will also select kanji and kanji vocabulary
from reading material they enjoy and learn how to use them for
their own purposes. (IKB vol.2 L6-10) Students will be able to use properly vocabulary from specialized fields such as the earth sciences, economics and finance, and history, as they learn to read and write advanced level kanji vocabulary. They will also select kanji and kanji vocabulary from the reading materials they enjoy and learn how to use them for their own purposes. (IKB vol.2 L6-10) Center for Education of Global Communication(CEGLOC) Japanese Tsukuba Campus 1. Communication ability Students have to certify this subject fits their level by taking the placement test (http://ttbj-tsukuba.org/) or by passing a subject one level below this subject. Ishida Mami Mon5 3902232 1.0 1 Class Exercises For undergraduate exchange students (tokubetsu chokogakusei). There is a student number limit. Students who have already completed 3902152 cannot enroll.
Online(Synchronous)
Details will be given in class or posted on manaba. Students have to take classes on the Internet.

Homework will be regularly given. Students are expected to not only learn kanji from the textbook, but to be proactive in looking up kanji vocabulary which they find essential and using these in order to expand their vocabulary. Task and Assignments 30%, Quizzes 30%, Final test 40%

Note that grades from A+ to C are to be determined based on the total score. https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/3902232/eng/

Kanji 8 B

Students will be able to be able to properly use vocabulary from
specialized fields such as medical science, nutrition and
chemistry, physics, environmental problems, and politics, as they
learn to read and write advanced level kanji vocabulary. They will
also select kanji and kanji vocabulary from reading material they
enjoy and learn how to use them for their own purposes. Students willbe able to use vocabulary properly from specialized fields such as medical science, nutrition and chemistry, physics, environmental

problems, and politics, as they learn to read and write advanced level kanji vocabulary. They will also select kanji and kanji vocabulary from the reading materials they enjoy and learn how to use them for their own purposes Center for Education of Global Communication(CEGLOC) Japanese Tsukuba Campus 1. Communication ability Students have to certify this subject fits their level by taking the placement test (http://ttbj-tsukuba.org/) or by passing a subject one level below this subject. Ishida Mami Mon5 3902242 1.0 1 Class Exercises For undergraduate exchange students (tokubetsu chokogakusei). There is a student number limit. Students who have already completed 3902162 cannot enroll.
Online(Synchronous)
Details will be given in class or posted on manaba. Homework will be regularly given. Students are expected to not only learn kanji from the textbook, but to be proactive in looking up kanji vocabulary which they find essential and using these in order to expand their vocabulary. Task and Assginments 30%, Quizzes 30%, Final test 60%

(Attendance rate of 70% or higher is required)

Note that grades from A+ to C are to be determined based on the total score. https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/3902242/eng/

Japanese Listening I-A

In this course, students will complete training to acquire the
listening skills required for success in university classes. In
addition to increasing students’ vocabulary and knowledge of
expressions, this course will provide practice in grasping the
theme, flow, and critical points of a conversation. ・Students will be able to develop the listening skills necessary for success in university classes, as well as students will be able to develop own capability for autonomous study.

・Through the lectures of various fields, students will learn vocabulary and background information critical to understanding Japan and Japanese culture. Center for Education of Global Communication(CEGLOC) Japanese Tsukuba Campus 1. Communication ability, and 4. Broad perspective and international character Students have to certify this subject fits their level by taking the

placement test (http://ttbj-tsukuba.org/) or by passing a subject one level below this subject. Seki Yuko Tue5 3910312 1.0 1・2 Class Exercises Contact the instructor to obtain permission before taking the course. Officially enrolled undergraduate international students and returnee students of our university etc. can register. There is a student number limit. Students who have already completed Japanese Listening A cannot enroll.
Online(Synchronous)
Details will be given in class or posted on manaba. This course uses manaba for learning.1-2 hours of preparation will be necessary for each class. Homework will be given through Manaba, so students should complete it before attending class. Assignments 30%, Midterm exam 30% Final exam 40%

Note that grades from A+ to C are to be determined based on the total score. Yuko Seki https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/3910312/eng/

Japanese Listening II-B

In this course, students will complete training to acquire the
listening skills required for success in university classes. In
addition to increasing students’ vocabulary and knowledge of
expressions, this course will allow students to learn how to infer
and correctly interpret a speaker’s intentions. ・Students will be able to develop the listening skills necessary for success in university classes, as well as students will be able to develop own capability for autonomous study.

・Through the use of news, documentaries, and programs such as TV dramas, students will learn vocabulary and background information critical to understanding Japan and Japanese culture. Center for Education of Global Communication(CEGLOC) Japanese Tsukuba Campus 1. Communication ability, and 4. Broad perspective and international character Students have to certify this subject fits their level by taking the

placement test (http://ttbj-tsukuba.org/) or by passing a subject one level below this subject. Seki Yuko Tue5 3910322 1.0 1・2 Class Exercises Contact the instructor to obtain permission before taking the course. Officially enrolled undergraduate international students and returnee students of our university etc. can register. There is a student number limit. Students who have already completed Japanese Listening B cannot enroll.
Online(Synchronous)
Details will be given in class or posted on manaba. This course uses manaba for learning.1-2 hours of preparation will be necessary for each class. Homework will be given through Manaba, so students should complete it before attending class. Assignments 30%, Midterm exam 30%, Final exam 40%

Note that grades from A+ to C are to be determined based on the total score. Yuko Seki https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/3910322/eng/

Kanji 2 B

Students will learn the form and structure of kanji and how to
distinguish between parts such as radicals and phonetic
components. They will also the study both the Japanese and
Chinese readings of the kanji. They will be able to look up the
kanji that they see often in everyday life and devise strategies for
remembering them. (BKB L11-22) Students will be able to understand the form and structure of kanji and recognize parts such as index (bushu) and pronunciation (onpu). They will also learn about the Japanese reading (kunyomi) and Chinese reading (onyomi) of kanji. They will learn how to look up kanji they encounter in school and in everyday situations, and devise ways to remember them. (Covers Lessons 11 to 22 of Basic Kanji Book Vol.1) Center for Education of Global Communication(CEGLOC) Japanese Tsukuba Campus Communication ability Students must be in Level Comprehensive Japanese 2 or higher. It is desired that they can write hiragana and katakana and have completed Level kanji 1 or have an equivalent level. Chen Yiyin Mon1 3902042 1.0 1 Class Exercises For undergraduate exchange students (tokubetsu chokogakusei). There is a student number limit.
Online(Synchronous)
Details will be given in class or posted on manaba. Homework will be regularly given. Students are expected to learn kanji through classroom drills and homework, being conscious of the kanji they see at school and in daily life, and thinking of their meaning and reading.

Exchange students who are tokubetsu choukougakusei (gakugun or undergraduate students) can join the class. Please inquire at the International Student Center for details. Homework 30%, Quizzes 20%, Midterm test 25%, Final test 25% Yiyin Chen https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/3902042/eng/

Kanji 3 A

Students will learn elementary kanji vocabulary, and how to
distinguish correctly between kunyomi (Japanese) and onyomi
(Chinese) readings. They will be able to read easy reading
materials that use kanji, and write simple sentences using kanji.
(BKB L23-35) Students will be able to remember elementary level Kanji and differentiate ‘Kun Yomi’ (Japanese readings) and ‘On Yomi’ (Chinese readings). They will also be able to read easy reading material that have Kanji, and write simple sentences using Kanji. Center for Education of Global Communication(CEGLOC) Japanese Tsukuba Campus 1.Comunination ability, 3.Data and information literacy, and 4.Broad perspective and international character Students must be in Level Comprehensive Japanese 2 or higher. It is desired that they can write Hiragana and Katakana and have completed Level Kanji 2 or have an equivalent level. Yanagita Shinobu Mon2 3902052 1.0 1 Class Exercises For undergraduate exchange students (tokubetsu chokogakusei). There is a student number limit.
Online(Synchronous)
Details will be given in class or posted on manaba. Homework will be regularly given. Students are expected to actively use the Kanji they’ve learned to read and write sentences.

The class will be flexible according to the students’ level and needs, and changes will be made to exercises, tasks, and assignments. Homework 20%, Quizzes 30%, Final test 50%

(Attendance rate of 70% or higher is required) https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/3902052/eng/

Kanji 3 B

Students will learn elementary kanji vocabulary, and how to
distinguish correctly between kunyomi (Japanese) and onyomi
(Chinese) readings. They will be able to read easy reading
materials that use kanji, and write simple sentences using kanji.
(BKB L23-35) Students will be able to remember elementary level Kanji and differentiate ‘Kun Yomi’ (Japanese readings) and ‘On Yomi’ (Chinese readings). They will also be able to read easy reading material that have Kanji, and write simple sentences using Kanji. Center for Education of Global Communication(CEGLOC) Japanese Tsukuba Campus 1.Comunination ability, 3.Data and information literacy, and 4.Broad perspective and international character Students must be in Level Comprehensive Japanese 2 or higher. It is desired that they can write Hiragana and Katakana and have completed Level Kanji 2 or have an equivalent level. Yanagita Shinobu Mon2 3902062 1.0 1 Class Exercises For undergraduate exchange students (tokubetsu chokogakusei). There is a student number limit.
Online(Synchronous)
Details will be given in class or posted on manaba. Homework will be regularly given. Students are expected to actively use the Kanji they’ve learned to read and write sentences.

The class will be flexible according to the students’ level and needs, and changes will be made to exercises, tasks, and assignments. Homework 20%, Quizzes 30%, Final test 50%

(Attendance rate of 70% or higher is required) https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/3902062/eng/

Kanji 1 A

Students will learn about how kanji conveys meaning, and how to
distinguish between different character forms and structures.
They will study the kanji that appear most often in everyday life
and devise strategies for how to remember them. (BKBL1-11) Students will:

・ be able to understand how kanji are used for symbolic representation and recognize their form and structure.

・ know how to look up kanji they often encounter in everyday situations and devise ways to remember them. Center for Education of Global Communication(CEGLOC) Japanese Tsukuba Campus 1.Comunination ability, 3.Data and information literacy, and 4.Broad perspective and international character For Comprehensive Japanese 1 students who can write hiragana and katakana characters. Yanagita Shinobu Mon1 3902012 1.0 1 Class Exercises For undergraduate exchange students (tokubetsu chokogakusei). There is a student number limit.
Online(Synchronous)
Details will be given in class or posted on manaba ・ Students must be sufficiently familiar with hiragana by the start of the semester.

・ Review notes and be prepared for weekly quizzes at the start of each lesson.

・The class will be flexible according to the students’ level and needs and changes will be made to exercises, tasks, and assignments as necessary. Homework 20%, Quizzes 30%, Final test 50%

(Attendance rate of 70% or higher is required) https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/3902012/eng/