Japanese 3 Elementary 2 (activities) 1-1A University of Tsukuba
Students will be able to exchange information about simple, everyday things, as well as about familiar cultural topics.
To be able to exchange information about familiar, everyday topics such as personal information, shopping, and travel.
Students have to certify this subject fits their level by taking the placement test (http://ttbj-tsukuba.org/). Students should have the Japanese ability of CEFR A1; close to level A2 is ideal. https://rm.coe.int/CoERMPublicCommonSearchServices/DisplayDCTMContent?documentId=0900001680459f97 (p.24)
Study Progress Report： 35%,Class participation and Assignments： 20%,Final examination： 45% Note that grades from A+ to C are to be determined based on the total score.
This course will cover the following topics. Corresponding textbook chapters are shown in parentheses.Orientation; Talk about yourself including details such as hobbies (L1)Order at a restaurant and say what you cannot eat (L3)Talk about a trip you have been on (L5)Ask questions at a simple meeting (L7)Talk about how you spend your holidays (L9)Discuss a purchase you want to make (L11)Talk briefly about a famous place (L13)Talk about eco-friendly activities you engage in (L15)Talk briefly about a famous person (L17)Final presentation and Feedback
Online Course Requirement
Students should sign up for the following 4 courses together: Elementary 2 (activities) 1, Elementary 2 (explanation) 1, Elementary 2 (activities) 2, Elementary 2 (explanation) 2.
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