Kanji (Beginner: adv) 4-1A University of Tsukuba
Students will learn kanji vocabulary from the latter half of the basic level and be able to differentiate between kunyomi (Japanese) and onyomi (Chinese) readings. They will also be able to read easy reading materials that use kanji with the help of a dictionary, and write simple compositions using kanji. (BKB L36-45)
Students will remember kanji vocabulary of the latter half of the basic level and and be able to differentiate kunyomi (Japanese) and onyomi (Chinese) readings. They will also be able to read easy reading material with the help of a dictionary, and write simple compositions using kanji.
Students should have proficiency of Level J3 or higher. It is desired that they can write hiragana and katakana and have completed Level K3.
Homework 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.
Week 1: Orientation,Introduction of lesson36 Week 2:lesson37 Week 3:lesson38 Week 4:lesson39 Week 5:lesson40 Week 6:lesson41,lesson42 Week 7:lesson43 Week 8:lesson44 Week 9:lesson45 Week 10:review the important parts of the textbook, Final test Lessons 36 to 45 of Basic Kanji Book Vol. 2 will be covered for the entire semester.
Online Course Requirement
Homework will be regularly given. Students are expected to not only learn kanji through classroom drills and homework, but also looking up kanji using a dictionary and through reading material and writing short compositions.
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