Japanese Project II A University of Tsukuba
Through the use of drama, students will learn about timing one’s speech and natural Japanese expressions, and be able to apply these to situations in daily living and for particular times and places.
Through drama, students will learn about timing one's speech and natural expressions in Japanese, and be able to apply these to situations in daily living and for particular times and places.
1.Comunination ability, 2.Ability for critical and creative thinking, 4.Broad perspective and international character and 6.Cooperative, independent, and autonomous attitudes
Students must be in Level 6 or 7.
Class activities 20%, Report (Script) 40%, Final presentation 40%
Week 1: Level check/Orientation Weeks 2 to 6: Basic and practical drills Weeks 7 to 14: Script making and practical drills Week 15: Final presentation Week 16: Feedbackcourse orientation what is the theater?basic and practical drills (use practice script) theater workshop1basic and practical drills theater workshop2basic and practical drills theater workshop3basic and practical drills theater workshop4presentation using practice script & feed backproduction meeting1 for final theater presentation theater workshop5production meeting2 for final theater presentation theater workshop6production meeting3 for final theater presentation theater workshop7production meeting4 for final theater presentation theater workshop8production meeting5 for final theater presentation theater workshop9production meeting6 for final theater presentation theater workshop10production meeting7 for final theater presentation theater workshop11Rehearsal for the final theater presentation theater workshop12Final theater presentationFeed back
Online Course Requirement
Since the course will mainly involve groupwork, attendance in all classes is desired.
Site for Inquiry
Link to the syllabus provided by the university