JAPAN212 1月5日(火)

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JAPAN212 1月5日(火). 明けましておめでとうございます。 Kaoru Ohta ( 太田 薫). About this course. Course Webpage: http://courses.washington.edu/jlang212/Japan212_W10/Japan212_home.htm Course Prerequisite: completion with a passing grade of Japan 211; or - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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JAPAN212

Kaoru Ohta (1About this course

Course Webpage:http://courses.washington.edu/jlang212/Japan212_W10/Japan212_home.htm

Course Prerequisite:completion with a passing grade of Japan 211; or placed into 212 by the placement exam (and placement interview)

2About this course

Chapter 4-6 of Nakama 2Workbook/Lab Manual (for assignments)Kanji/Composition Worksheet (downloadable from the course website)Oral Essay Assignments (to be submitted to Catalyst dropbox)Mid-term Exam (2/18)Final Exam (3/13) Saturday (8:30-10:20am)Quizzes/Kanji Quizzes

3About this course

Lecture on Tuesday/Thursdayintroduce grammar, new expressions, KanjiQuizzes/Kanji QuizzesKanji/Composition worksheets Quiz Sections on Monday/Wednesday/Fridayoral practice, writing practice, individual or group work, spot performance assessmentVocabulary Quizzes (schedule will be announced by your quiz section instructor) Workbook/Lab Manual assignments

4About this course

Individual work on vocabularyIndividual Kanji practice Preview/Review

Form a study group, find a study buddy

Work on kinetic part of language learning

5 RulesPermission: V/Vmay, can;it is OK even if ~Prohibition: may not, can notObligation: must, have toDescribing Simultaneous ActionsListing multiple actionsConditional if it is the case that ,

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10Kanji RadicalsWhat is common among the following Kanji?

: day, sun time, hour (part of a day) sunny, clear sky (weather of a day) bright (the sun is the source of brightness)11

(left side) (right side) (top) (bottom) (top to left) (enclosure) (left to bottom)12sound componentsTwo types of readings:: Sino-Japanese readings Native-Japanese (semantic) readingsome sound components(

13sound componentsTwo types of readings:: Sino-Japanese readings Native-Japanese (semantic) readingverbs/adjectives require

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