ASIANLAN 229 - Intensive Japanese II
Section: 001
Term: WN 2018
Subject: Asian Languages (ASIANLAN)
Department: LSA Asian Languages & Cultures
Credits:
10
Other:
Lang Req
Credit Exclusions:
No credit granted to those who have completed or are enrolled in ASIANLAN 225, 226, and 227.
Waitlist Capacity:
99
Consent:
With permission of instructor.
Advisory Prerequisites:
ASIANLAN 129 or RCLANG 196. Students must have completed the first-year Japanese at the University of Michigan or have equivalent proficiency.
Lang Req:
This course is part of the Language Requirement sequence.
Repeatability:
May not be repeated for credit.
Primary Instructor:

This course is designed for you to learn Novice-High/Intermediate-Low-level Japanese language in an intensive, semi-immersion setting. It is "intense" because we will study a normally two-term amount of materials in one. It is "semi-immersion" in that in our classroom we constantly simulate authentic communicative interactions with speakers of Japanese, and will use the target language as much as possible while minimizing the use of English. Through extensive communication practice in classroom activities, we will work on developing all four skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing, using hiragana, katakana and approximately 350 kanji) along with cultural understanding. Most course-related activities are collaborative in nature. You will learn to acquire a sentence/paragraph-level command in various topics around everyday life for college students and beyond. You are also required to attend minimum three hours of co-curricular activities, such as the Lunch Tables and Conversation Tables, per week.

In order to undertake ASIANLAN 325: Third Year Japanese, you must pass the Placement Test at the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures).

Course Requirements:

Student performance will be evaluated on the basis of: (1) attendance at class sessions, lunch-tables, and other extra-classroom activities; (2) fulfillment of homework assignments; (3) frequent in-class tests; and (4) a final exam.

Class Format:

ASIANLAN 229 - Intensive Japanese II
Schedule Listing
001 (REC)
P
22598
Open
15
 
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MTuWThF 10:00AM - 12:00PM
NOTE: Data maintained by department in Wolverine Access. If no textbooks are listed below, check with the department.


ISBN: 4874244475
J?ky? e no tobira : kontentsu to maruchimedia de manabu nihongo = Tobira : gateway to advanced Japanese learning through content and multimedia, Author: k?sei, shippitsu Oka Mayumi ; s?kansh?, bunp? kaisetsu Tsutsui Michio ; shippitsu Kond? Junko ... [et al.]., Publisher: Kuroshio Shuppan Dai 1 sats 2009
Required
ISBN: 4789014436
Shoky? nihongo genki : 2, Author: Banno Eri., Publisher: Zajapantaimuzu Dai 2-han 2011
Required
ISBN: 4789014444
Shoky? nihongo genki w?kubukku : 2, Author: Banno Eri., Publisher: Zajapantaimuzu Dai 2-han 2011
Required
ISBN: 4789004546
A dictionary of basic Japanese grammar, Author: Seiichi Makino and Michio Tsutsui., Publisher: Japan Times 4. print. 1990
Optional
ISBN: 4789013499
KANJI LOOK AND LEARN : Kanji with illustrations and mnemonic hints = im?ji de oboeru genki na kanji gohyakuj?ni 512, Author: Eri Banno ... [et al.]., Publisher: Japantaimuzu 1st ed. 2009
Optional
ISBN: 4789013502
Kanji rukku ando r?n w?kubukku : im?ji de oboeru genki na kanji gohyakuj?ni GENKI PLUS, Author: Banno Eri;Ikeda Y?ko;Shinagawa Chikako;Tajima Kaori;Tokashiki Ky?ko., Publisher: Japantaimuzu 1st ed. 2009
Optional
ISBN: 4874244874
Kitaey? kanjiryoku : j?ky? e tsunageru kiso kanji happyaku j?ky? eno tobira kontentsu to maruchimedia de manabu nihongo = Power up your kanji : 800 basic kanji as a gateway to advanced Japanese, Author: Oka Mayumi; Ishikawa Satoru; Kond? Junko; Tsutsui Michio; Emori Sh?ko; Hanai Yoshir?., Publisher: Kuroshioshuppan = Kurosio Publishers 2010
Optional
ISBN: 4874245706
Kore de mi ni tsuku bunp?ryoku, Author: Tsutsui Michio;Emori Sh?ko;Hanai Yoshir?;Ishikawa Satoru;Kond? Junko;Oka Mayumi., Publisher: Kuroshioshuppan 2012
Optional
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