Japanese Language Education and Diversity University of Tsukuba
This course covers discussion on “Japanese language education for coexistence” from various perspectives in terms of its relationship with related fields such as linguistics, Japanese language studies, sociology, education, and second language acquisition research.
Enable students to deepen their understanding of “Japanese language education and Diversity”, as well as consider its relationship with related fields from various perspectives.
Related to major competences: “1. Linguistic phenomena analytical ability” and “3. Intercultural problem-solving ability.”
Students will be assessed based on their attitude in class (comment sheet submitted in each class (20%)) and an end-of-semester exam (80%)
Orientation: Is Japanese difficult for learners?Linguistics, Japanese language studies, and Japanese language educationWhat is “Japanese pedagogical grammar”?Learners from the Chinese character cultural sphere and the acquisition of JapaneseMotivations for learning, classroom activities, correcting errorsThe present state of Japanese language education in Japan and overseasJapanese language education policies in overseas countries“JF standards“ and “CEFR(Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)“Children with foreign background and Japanese language educationForeigners living their daily lives and Japanese language education
Online Course Requirement
Matsuzaki Hiroshi,神吉 宇一
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