Japanese 6 Writing 1A (Upper-intermediate) University of Tsukuba
Students will be able to write compositions of about 1,000 characters that easily convey to the reader their ideas on familiar, everyday topics. They will be able to write expository reports and opinion pieces that are well-organized, using specific examples and quotes, and appropriate expressions and vocabulary.
Can write well-organized compositions of about 1,000 characters that easily convey to the reader their ideas on familiar, everyday topics.
Students who have completed the J5 level for Writing; those who understand the basic rules for Japanese composition writing and can write an essay of about 800 characters; and those who possess intermediate level grammar and vocabulary competence.
Final test 50%, Homework 50%
You will write compositions using expression in each lesson.Orientation, level check (writing composition)Expressions about reporting 1 (L.1)Expressions about reporting 2 (L.2)Quotations and other related expressions (L.3)Quotations and other related expressions (L.4)Expressions about author's opinion (L.5)Expressions about author's opinion (L.6)Making a resume (L.7)Making a resume (L.8)Final examination, Feedback
Online Course Requirement
Students are expected to submit all assigned compositions and their revisions.
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