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Бакалавриат 2020/2021

Базовый курс японского языка

Направление: 41.03.01. Зарубежное регионоведение
Когда читается: 2-й курс, 1-4 модуль
Формат изучения: без онлайн-курса
Охват аудитории: для своего кампуса
Преподаватели: Йошида Хигаши, Кузнецова Софья Михайловна, Наумова Елена Алексеевна
Язык: английский
Кредиты: 22

Course Syllabus

Abstract

This course is designed to provide practical skills and knowledge in the Japanese language to the students passed course “Basic Japanese I", to acquire knowledge of the linguistic aspects of the language needed to communicate in Japanese. At the same time, the course provides students with the opportunities to develop sufficient competency in Japanese to use it in a variety of ways to achieve the communicative objectives. The course will help students to build their proficiency in intermediate Japanese across all four skill areas —— listening, speaking, reading, and writing —— while also providing them with a deeper understanding of Japan and its culture. It is expected that students will reach the B1 level according to CEFR (TOPIC level 3) by the end of the course
Learning Objectives

Learning Objectives

  • communicative competence – developing communicative skills through speaking, listening, reading and writing in communicative scenarios and topics chosen for the course
  • language competence – learning new language units (orthographic, phonetic, lexical, grammar) related to communicative scenarios and topics of the course; learning about language phenomena in the foreign language, about various ways of expressing ideas using the native and foreign languages
  • socio-cultural competence – introducing students to the culture, traditions and realia of the country whose language they are learning; developing skills of presenting their country and its culture when communicating with foreigners
  • cognitive competence – developing general and special academic skills; familiarizing students with available ways of autonomous learning of a foreign language and culture, ICT included
Expected Learning Outcomes

Expected Learning Outcomes

  • 1. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the active vocabulary of Unit 1 and Unit 1. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the grammatical constructions of Unit 1 and Unit 1 and use it accurately 3. Students will be able to talk on the following topics: Meeting Someone In Japan, Introducing Oneself Or Others, How To Address Someone, Making A Date, The First Date, New Encounter 4. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of hieroglyphs from Units 23,24
  • 1. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the active vocabulary of Unit 2 and Unit 2. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the grammatical constructions of Unit 2 and Unit 2 and use it accurately 3. Students will be able to talk on the following topics: Greetings, Addressing Your Friends, Cheerful Meal, Good Shopping 4. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of hieroglyphs from Units 25,26
  • 1. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the active vocabulary of Unit 4 and Unit 4. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the grammatical constructions of Unit 4 and Unit 4 and use it accurately 3. Students will be able to talk on the following topics: Homestays, Talking About One's Family, Writing Emails And Letters, Learning Things About The Area You Live In 4. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of hieroglyphs from Units 29,30
  • 1. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the active vocabulary of Unit 5 and Unit 5. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the grammatical constructions of Unit 5 and Unit 5 and use it accurately 3. Students will be able to talk on the following topics: University Advisors, Extra-Curricular Activities, Emergency 4. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of hieroglyphs from Units 31,32
  • 1. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the active vocabulary of Unit 6 and Unit 6. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the grammatical constructions of Unit 6 and Unit 6 and use it accurately 3. Students will be able to talk on the following topics: Restaurants, Expanding Map 4. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of hieroglyphs from Units 33,34
  • 1. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the active vocabulary of Unit 7 and Unit 7. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the grammatical constructions of Unit 7 and Unit 7 and use it accurately 3. Students will be able to talk on the following topics: How To Decline An Invitationб Respect For The Agedб Akihabara, Intergenerational Exchange 4. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of hieroglyphs from Unit 35
  • 1.Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the active vocabulary and grammar of the Units 1,2,3 and use it accurately 2. Students will be able to talk on the topics studied in the Units 1,2,3 3.Students will demonstrate the knowledge of hieroglyphs from the Units 23,24,25,26,27,28
  • 1.Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the active vocabulary and grammar of the Units 4,5, 6 and use it accurately 2. Students will be able to talk on the topics studied in the Units 4,5,6 3.Students will demonstrate the knowledge of hieroglyphs from the Units 29,30,31,32,33,34,35
  • 1.Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the active vocabulary of Unit 7 and Unit 7. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the grammatical constructions of Unit 7 and Unit 7 and use it accurately 3. Students will be able to talk on the following topics: How To Decline An Invitation, Respect For The Aged, Akihabara, Intergenerational Exchange 4. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of hieroglyphs from Units 36,37
  • 1.Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the active vocabulary of Unit 8 and Unit 8. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the grammatical constructions of Unit 8 and Unit 8 and use it accurately 3. Students will be able to talk on the following topics: Jobs For Students, Job Interviews, Expressing Feelings 4. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of hieroglyphs from Unit 38,39
  • 1.Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the active vocabulary of Unit 9 and Unit 9. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the grammatical constructions of Unit 9 and Unit 9 and use it accurately 3. Students will be able to talk on the following topics: Humble Expressions, Gift-Giving , Enjoying Words 4. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of hieroglyphs from Unit 40,41
  • 1.Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the active vocabulary of Unit 10 and Unit 10. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the grammatical constructions of Unit 10 and Unit 10 and use it accurately 3. Students will be able to talk on the following topics: Shinkansen, Ryokan, Travelling, Travelling To Japan 4. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of hieroglyphs from Unit 42,43
  • 1.Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the active vocabulary of Unit 11 and Unit 11. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the grammatical constructions of Unit 11 and Unit 11 and use it accurately 3. Students will be able to talk on the following topics: Homestays, Making apologies, Life Style. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of hieroglyphs from Unit 44,45
  • 1.Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the active vocabulary and grammar of the Units 7,8,9,10,11 and use it accurately 2.Students will be able to talk on the topics studied in the Units 7,8,9,10,11. 3.Students will demonstrate the knowledge of hieroglyphs from the Units 36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45
  • 1.Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the active vocabulary of Unit 12 and Unit 12. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the grammatical constructions of Unit 12 and Unit 12 and use it accurately 3. Students will be able to talk on the following topics: Medical And Dental Care, Food For Sick People, Mental and Physical Health. 4. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of hieroglyphs from Unit 1,2
  • 1.Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the active vocabulary of Unit 13 and Unit 13. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the grammatical constructions of Unit 13 and Unit 13 and use it accurately 3. Students will be able to talk on the following topics: Errors And Laughter, Loanwords, Japanese Attitude Toward Foreigners Speaking Japanese, Following Trends 4. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of hieroglyphs from Unit 3,4
  • 1.Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the active vocabulary of Unit 14 and Unit 14. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the grammatical constructions of Unit 14 and Unit 14 and use it accurately 3. Students will be able to talk on the following topics: Man's World, 3高, Culture Shock 4. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of hieroglyphs from Unit 5,6
  • 1.Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the active vocabulary of Unit 15 and Unit 15. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of the grammatical constructions of Unit 15 and Unit 15 and use it accurately 3. Students will be able to talk on the following topics: Kawaii “Cute”, Group Society, Job Hunting, Living In The Information Society 4. Students will demonstrate the knowledge of hieroglyphs from Unit 7,8
  • Students will pass the Final Examination
Course Contents

Course Contents

  • Unit 1「紹介, Unit 1新たな出会い, Kanji No. 23, 24
    UNIT 1. GRAMMAR: 1)V(plain past)ばかり=have just done something; have just finished doing something 2) ~あの 3) V(plain)ようになる 4) ~なあ 5) V(plain present)ところ 6) V(plain)ことになっている=be expected/supposed to;it is a rule/custom that… V(plain)ことになった=it has been decided/ arranged that… 7) N (or Sentence+の) は初めてです。 8) V (stem) にくい 9) V(plain)ことにする= decide to do 10) S1たら、S2 = When S1, S2 11) とても~ない = can’t possibly 12) ~方 かた = way of ~ing 13) ~らしい = it seems that; evidently 14) Vて初 じめてのN = the first N after V-ing TOPICS: 1) Meeting Someone In Japan 2) Introducing Oneself Or Others 3) How To Address Someone Unit 1. GRAMMAR: 1) ~において 2) ~における 3) ~上で 4) ~てほしい / ~てもらいたい 5) ~よね 6) ~とか~とか 7) ~だけ / ~だけの 8) ~でしょう/ ~だろう 9) ~から ~にかけて 10) ~と、A/V 11) ~がきっかけで 12) ~っぽい 13) ~でも TOPICS: New Encounter HIEROGLYPHS: 映 画 写 真 音 楽 料 組 思 色  白 黒 赤 起 寝 遊 立 座 使 始 終 貸 借 返 送
  • Unit 2 「あいさつ言葉」. Unit 2「楽しい食事・上手な買い物」 . Kanji No. 25,26
    UNIT 2. GRAMMAR: 1) Vないで= without V-ing; instead of V-ing 2) Vばいいのに = You should (lt would be good if you did) 3) それに = moreover; besides 4) なかなか~ない = not easily 5) Question word +か分からない 6) しか~ない = only; no more than 7) つまり = in other words; that is; namely; in short 8) Sentence +わけです = That is to say; lt follows that; That means … 9) Nによって= depending on… 10) Nに当たる = correspond to… 11) ~(の)ようなN = N, like… ; N such as… TOPICS: 1) Greetings 2) Addressing Your Friends UNIT 2. GRAMMAR: 1) ~ている 2) ~によって (さまざまだ) 3) ~うちに 4) ~わりに 5) ~(が)いいんじゃない 6) ~ようになっている 7) ~に限り 8) ~こそ/ ~からこそ 9) ~につき 10) ~ということだ 11) ~でしょうか 12) ~はずだ 13) ~向け TOPICS: 1) Cheerful Meal 2) Good Shopping HIEROGLYPHS: 結 婚 離 度 欠 予 定 洋 式 和 夏 秋 冬 春 熱 寒 冷 暖 温 涼 天
  • Unit 3「日本への留学」. Unit 3「時間を生かす」. Kanji No. 27,28
    UNIT 3. GRAMMAR: 1) Vないで 2) V (causative) いただけないでしょうか 3) ~中に =s ometime during…;by the end of… 4) ~ば~ほど = The more/less …, the more/less 5) N以外の/以外に = other than …; besides … 6) 必ずしも~というわけではない = it does not necessarily mean that... 7) Nばかり= nothing but … 8) なるべく= as …as possible 9) V (plain) べき = should; ought to TOPICS: 1) Asking Favors 2) Going To Japan For A Year's Study UNIT 3. GRAMMAR: 1) ~はずがない 2) ~なんて 3) (~ば)~ほど 4) ~でも 5)こんな~/ そんな~/ あんな~/ どんな~ 6) ~ふうに 7) ~ことで 8) ~なあ 9) ~ことがある/~こともある 10) ~にとって 11) ~ことだし 12) ~てくれない?/~てくれる? 13) ~じゃない?/ ~んじゃない? TOPICS: Spending Time Wisely HIEROGLYPHS: 仕 事 者 運 転 選 記 議 員 商 業 農 良 悪 点 正 違 同 適 当 難 次 形 味
  • Review of the Units 1,2,3. Review of Kanji No. 23,24,25,26,27,28. Test
  • Unit 4「ホームステイ」.Unit 4「地域を知って生活する」. Kanji No. 29,30
    UNIT 4. GRAMMAR: 1) 別に(~ない ) = not particularly 2) ~かな 3) たしか = if I remember correctly; if I am not mistaken 4) Xは Yで有名だ = X is famous for Y 5)Nにする=to decide on N; to have/take N 6) ~ようだ = it seems that, it looks like Nのように = like; as if it were… 7) さえ = even 8) いつのまにか = before one knows it, before one realizes 9) になれる = be used to; be accustomed to 10) Vてくる 11) わけではない = it does not mean that ...i it does not follow that ... 12) Vないで済む 13) ~ずつ = each; at a time 14) V/Adj (stem) すぎる = too… ; do something too much 15) ~以上 = more than… TOPICS: 1) Homestays 2) Talking About 3) One's Family 4) Writing Emails And Letters UNIT 4. GRAMMAR: 1)お・ご~です/ お・ご~でしょう 2) ~場合 3) ~ないことには ~ない 4) ~たいことが あるんですが 5) ~ようとする 6)~みたいなん ですが/ ~ようなんです 7)~ていただき たいんですが 8) ~には 9)~にかかわらず/ ~にかかわりなく10) ~次第 11)~途中(で)/~途中(に) 12)~を~として 13)~を背にして 14)~に沿って/ ~に沿う/ ~に沿った TOPICS: Learning Things About The Area You Live In HIEROGLYPHS: 試 験 面 接 説 果 合 格 受 落 残 念 指 折 払 投 打 深 洗 流 消 決   
  • Unit 5「大学で」. Unit 5「緊急事態」. Kanji No. 31,32
    UNIT 5. GRAMMAR: 1) (~に)気がつく=to notice… 2) せっかく 3) V (plain)わけにはいかない 4) そうかと言って=but; and yet 5) V(plain) ために=in order to 6) ~ても 7) Vず 8) Nによると=according to … 9) ~化 10) Causative-passive:買わされる = be made to buy TOPICS: 1) University Advisors 2)Extra-Curricular Activities UNIT 5. GRAMMAR: 1)~によって/ ~により/~による 2)~おそれがある 3)~そうにないんですが 4)~とかで 5) ~てしまったようなんです 6)~ところへ / ~ところに / ~ところを… 7)~につれて 8) ~ものだ/ ~ものではない 9)~とおり(に)/~どおり(に) 10)~際 11)~こと 12)~まま 13)~だらけ TOPICS: Emergency HIEROGLYPHS: 旅 約 案 準 備 相 談 連 絡 泊 特 急 線 発 到 交 機 関 局 信 路 故 注 意 
  • Unit 6「レストランで」. Unit 6「地区を広げる」. Kanji No. 33,34
    UNIT 6. GRAMMAR: 1)~って 2) ~ことは(~が) 3) Nでいいです/Nでけっこうです = N will do; N will suffice 4) ~とは限らない = it is not necessarily the case that …; it does not mean that … 5) ~前に/後(で)/時(に) = before…/after…/when… 6) 何 + counter も = many… 7) ~か~かと(心配した) = worried whether…or… 8) ~のではないでしょうか/ ~のではないだろうか/ ~のではないか = l think it might be the case that… 9) むしろ = rather 10) 意外に = more/less…than expected; contrary to one's expectation' TOPICS: Restaurants UNIT 6. GRAMMAR: 1)~に囲まれている/~に囲まれた  2)~が~を占める/~が占める 3) ~がち 4) ~に比べ(て) 5) ~に備えて 6)~に代わって/ ~に代わり 7)~のような/ ~のように 8) ~として 9) ~に限る 10)~を中心に して /~を中心と して 11)~をはじめ (として)/ ~をはじめとする 12)~を通して/ ~を通じて 13)~ことから 14)~といえば/ ~というと TOPICS: Expanding Map HIEROGLYPHS: 押 引 割 営 自 由 取 求 願 知 台 窓 具 器 用 服 紙 辞 雑 誌 
  • Unit 7 「レクリエーション」. Unit 7「世代を超えた交流」. Kanji No. 35
    UNIT 7. GRAMMAR: 1) 何と言っても = undeniably; no doubt by any account 2) ~たっけ/ だっけ 3) V(plain)ようにする 4) V(stem)始める = begin V-ing 5) S1 V (stem), S2 6) Question word + ~ても 7) ~を始め = starting with …; including... 8) Nにとって = for …; to… 9) ~的 =…type, …ic, …ical TOPICS: 1) How To Decline An Invitation 2) Respect For The Aged 3) Akihabara UNIT 7. GRAMMAR: 1)~どころではない /~どころじゃない 2) ~たところ 3)~ことになった 4)~限り/ ~限りは 5)~かなと思って 6)~にしては 7)~につき 8)~もんだ/ ~ものだ 9)~ながら(も)  10) ~につけ(て) 11) ~さえ 12)~に反し(て)/ ~に反する/ ~に反した 13)~うちに 14)~からして TOPICS: Intergenerational Exchange HIEROGLYPHS: 銀 資 品 個 価 産 期 々 報 告
  • Review of the Units 4,5,6. Review of Kanji No. 29,30,31,32,33,34,35. Test
  • Unit 7 「レクリエーション」.Unit 7「世代を超えた交流」. Kanji No. 36,37
    UNIT 7. GRAMMAR: 1) 何と言っても = undeniably; no doubt by any account 2) ~たっけ/ だっけ 3) V(plain)ようにする 4) V(stem)始める = begin V-ing 5) S1 V (stem), S2 6) Question word + ~ても 7) ~を始め = starting with …; including... 8) Nにとって = for …; to… 9) ~的 =…type, …ic, …ical TOPICS: 1) How To Decline An Invitation 2) Respect For The Aged 3) Akihabara UNIT 7. GRAMMAR: 1)~どころではない /~どころじゃない 2) ~たところ 3)~ことになった 4)~限り/ ~限りは 5)~かなと思って 6)~にしては 7)~につき 8)~もんだ/ ~ものだ 9)~ながら(も)  10) ~につけ(て) 11) ~さえ 12)~に反し(て)/ ~に反する/ ~に反した 13)~うちに 14)~からして TOPICS: Intergenerational Exchange HIEROGLYPHS: 心 感 情 悲 泣 笑 頭 党 忘 考 伝 代 呼 焼 曲 脱 別 集 並 喜 驚
  • Unit 8「アルバイト探し」. Unit 8「気持ちを伝える」.Kanji No. 38,39
    UNIT 8. GRAMMAR: 1) XはYくらいです = Y is about the only X 2) やっぱり = as expected; also; again 3) ~さえ~ば = if only you … 4) ~はず 5) ~みたい 6) Nとして = as… 7) Nため(に) = because (of); due to.. TOPICS: 1) Jobs For Students 2) Job Interviews UNIT 8. GRAMMAR: 1)~のことなん ですが 2)~(さ)せていただけませんか 3)~ものですから/~ものだから/ ~もので 4)~の代わりに/ ~に代わって 5)~おかげで/ ~おかげだ 6)~くせに 7)~せいで/ ~せいか/ ~せいだ 8)~にきまって いる   9) ~(さ)せる 10) ~ことはない 11)~のことに なると/~のこととなると  12)~にしたら / ~にすれば / ~にしてみたら/ ~にしてみれば 13) ~たびに 14)~ば~なら(ば)/~たら/~たのに TOPICS: Expressing Feelings HIEROGLYPHS: 細 太 重 軽 狭 弱 眠 苦 簡 単 空 港 飛 階 建 設 完 成 費 放 
  • Unit 9「贈り物」. Unit 9「言葉を楽しむ」. Kanji No. 40,41
    UNIT 9. GRAMMAR: 1) わざわざ = to go out of one's way to do something 2) Xより仕方がない = to have no choice but to… 3) Vれる/られる 4) せめて(~は) = at least 5) ~よに = so that… 6)~に/く見える = seems …; appears … 7) こそ 8) Xと言っても = tt's true that X, but Y; Although I said X, Y 9) ただ = just,only 10) N (or NP)に限らない = not limited to… 11) どんなN(+particle)でも = any… TOPICS: 1) Humble Expressions 2) Gift-Giving UNIT 9. GRAMMAR: 1)~がたい 2)~ように 3)~とともに 4)~をもとにして/ ~をもとにした 5)~でしょう?/ ~だろう? 6)~っけ 7)~というわけだ/~わけだ 8)~っこない 9)~もん / ~んだもん 10)~ほど / ~くらい/~ぐらい 11)~ところだった 12)~てたまらない 13)~わけではない/~というわけではない 14)~くらい/ ~ぐらい TOPICS: Enjoying Words HIEROGLYPHS: 位 置 横 向 原 平 野 風 両 橋 老 族 配 術 退 効 民 訪 顔 歯 
  • Unit 10 「旅行」. Unit 10「日本を旅する」. Kanji No. 42,43
    UNIT 10. GRAMMAR: 1) 分数(fraction) 2) Sentence +ほど 3) 何よりも = more than an¡rthing 4) (Xは )Yに限る 5) ~まま TOPICS: 1) Shinkansen 2) Ryokan 3) Travelling UNIT 10. GRAMMAR: 1)~といったら 2)とても~ない 3)~はもちろん/ ~はもとより 4)~(さ)せていただきます 5)ご・お~いたします 6)~つもりだ 7)~ように思う 8)~ております 9)~かねます 10)~ことに(は) 11)~だけあって/ ~だけのことは ある   12)~ついでに TOPICS: Travelling To Japan HIEROGLYPHS: 卒 論 実 調 必 要 類 得 失 礼 増 加 減 変 移 続 過 進 以 美
  • Unit 11「ホストファミリーとの問題」. Unit 11「ライフスタイル」. Kanji No. 44,45
    UNIT 11. GRAMMAR: 1) ~もんですから/~ものですから = because… 2) ~うちに 3) Xが気になる = weighs on one's mind; to be concerned about… 4)どうしても 5) つい = inadvertently; involuntarily 6) Nに気をつける = to pay attention to …; to be careful of … 7) V(plain)ようにお願いする/言う/頼む = to ask / tell/ ask (someone) to do (something) 8) V(volitional) としたら = when I was about to V 9) (Xて,)Yくらいだ = X, to the extent Y 10) V (plain past)ものだ = used to v 11) V(stem)たて TOPICS: 1) Homestays 2) Making apologies UNIT 11. GRAMMAR: 1)~ということだ/   とのことだ 2)~に対して 3)~ものの/ ~とはいうものの 4)~といっても 5)~とは~ことだ/~とは~ということだ 6)~にしても/ ~にしろ/ ~にせよ 7)~つつある 8)~結果 9)~づらい 10)~んだから/ ~のだから 11)~からすると/~からすれば/ ~から見ると/ ~から見れば 12)~というよ(も) 13)~のではないでしょうか/ ~んじゃないでしょうか TOPICS: Life Style HIEROGLYPHS: 比 較 反 対 賛 共 直 表 現 初 全 最 無 非 第 的 性 法 制 課 
  • Review of the Units 7,8,9,10,11. Review of Kanji No. 36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45. Test
  • Unit 12「病気になったら」.Unit 12「心と体の健康」. Kanji No. 1,2
    UNIT 12. GRAMMAR: 1) ろくに~ない = not much; not enough 2) ~せいか = perhaps because … 3) Vでごらんなさい = try V-ing 4) Nぐらい 5) ~に越したことはない = nothing can be better than … 6) 思うように = as one wishes 7) ~がち = to tend to…; to be apt to…; to be prone to… TOPICS: 1) Medical Aand Dental Care 2) Food For Sick People UNIT 12. GRAMMAR: 1)~にしても ~にしても/ ~にしろ~にしろ/~にせよ 2)~ばかりだ / ~一方だ 3)~気味  4)~からといって 5)~に応じ(て)/~に応じた 6)~さえ~ば~ 7)~に対して/ ~に対する 8)~やら~やら  9)~なんて/ ~なんか/ ~など 10)~として~ ない 11)~というものだ   12)~とは限ら ない TOPICS: Mental and Physical Health HIEROGLYPHS: Kanji of the same semantic groups , Kanji with the opposite meanings
  • Unit 13「日本語体験」.Unit 13「トレンドに乗ってつながる. Kanji No. 3,4
    UNIT 13. GRAMMAR: 1) Nたら / Nったら 2) よっぽど = considerabty; really; to a great extent 3) ~に違いない = it must be … 4) さすがに = indeed; as may be expected 5) Nなんか / Nなんて 6) ~ものの = although … 7) 一方では = on one hand; on the other hand 8) 毎日のように = almost every day 9) せいぜい = at most 10) ~ながら = although… 11) Nとしては = for,considering 12) それにしても = even so 13) ~かぎり = as far as …; as long as … 14) かえって =on the contrary TOPICS: 1) Errors And Laughter 2) Loanwords 3) Japanese Attitude Toward Foreigners Speaking Japanese UNIT 13. GRAMMAR: 1)~とともに (一緒に) 2)~しかない 3)~ないではいられない/ ~ずには いられない 4)~一方(で)   5)~(さ)せられる 6)~のみならず 7)~と同時に 8)~によって/ ~により/~による 9) ~だけに 10)~としても 11)~に先立って/ ~に先立ち 12)どちらかと いうと/どちらか といえば~   TOPICS: Following Trends HIEROGLYPHS: Kango verbs, Kango adjectives
  • Unit 14「日本の女性」.Unit 14「カルチャーショック」. Kanji No. 5,6
    UNIT 14. GRAMMAR: 1) Nには Nの~がある = N has its own… 2) N1はN1なりにV = N does things in its own way N1はN1なりのN2 = N1has its own N2 3) ~くせに 4) ~っていう ・~という理由で = for such and such a reason 5) XとともにY 6) XをYにまかせる = to leave/entrust X to Y 7) XたびにY 8) Vてくれたら思ういます = I wish someone would do something; I hope someone does something TOPICS: 1) Man's World 2) 3高 UNIT 14. GRAMMAR: 1)~ばかりでなく/ ~ばかりか 2)~(か)と思うと/ ~(か)と思ったら 3)~てならない ~ことは~が 4)~によっては 5)~から(に)は 6) ~どころか 7)~得る/~得ない 8)~に限らず 9) ~げ 10)~たとたん(に) 11)なんて~ん だろう/ なんて~だろう 12) ~以来 TOPICS: Culture Shock HIEROGLYPHS: Kanji of the same sound. Word structure of kango
  • Unit 15「ウチから見た日本、ソトから見た日本」. Unit 15 「情報社会に生きる」. Kanji No. 7,8
    UNIT 15. GRAMMAR: 1) (っ)ていうか = or rather; more appropriately 2) どっちかと言うと = rather (than) ; if anything 3) ~ような気がする = to have a feeling that to have the impression that; it seems to me that 4) ~とか(言う)= to (say) something like… 5) N(と)同様 = similarly; just like 6) 単に~ではない = not merely/simply… 7) N だらけ = full of … 8) Nの余地がない = There is no room for… 9) Nに(は)かなわない = to be no match for …; can't win… 10) V (stem)づらい = difficult to V 11) N にこだわる/こだわらない = (not) to be particular abouy (not) to be picky 12) Nにおいて = at;in TOPICS: 1) Kawaii “Cute” 2) Group Society 3) Job Hunting UNIT 15. GRAMMAR: 1)~といった 2)~を通して/ ~を通じて 3)~に関して/ ~に関する 4)~ばかりに 5)~か~ないかのうちに   6)~ことだ 7)~てしかたがない / ~てしょうがない  8)~代わりに   9)~としたら/ ~とすれば/ ~とすると   10)~かねない 11)~てからでないと/~てからでなければ   12)~わけにはいかない / ~わけにもいかない TOPICS: Living In The Information Society HIEROGLYPHS: Kango verbs. Kanji stroke order
  • Grammar & Kanji review. Examination
    Review of Units 1-15. Review of hieroglyphs from Units 23-45. Review of hieroglyphs from Units 1-8
Assessment Elements

Assessment Elements

  • non-blocking In-Class Control (speaking - 0.4/quiz - 0.1/grammar test - 0.3/test kanji - 0.2)
  • non-blocking In-Class Control (speaking - 0.4/quiz - 0.1/grammar test - 0.3/test kanji - 0.2)
  • non-blocking Examination
  • non-blocking Examination
    The exam is conducted in 2 parts: in writing and in oral forms (upon the course materials). The exam is held on the Zoom platform (https://www.zoom.us/). The written part is held for all students of the group at the same time. Students must connect to the exam according to the schedule sent by the teacher to their corporate e-mails on the day before the exam. The oral part is carried out on another day. Students need to connect to the oral part of the exam according to the schedule sent by the teacher to their corporate e-mails on the day before the exam. The student's computer must meet the requirements: the presence of a working camera and microphone, support for Zoom. In order to participate in the exam, students are obliged: to put their photo on the avatars, to appear for the exam according to the exact schedule, turn on camera and microphone during the examination. Students are forbidden to: turn off the camera, use notes and tips. A short-term communication disruption during the exam is considered a communication disruption of less than a minute. Long-term communication disruption during the exam is considered a violation of a minute or more. In case of a long-term communication disruption, students cannot continue to participate in the exam. The retake procedure involves the use of more complicated tasks.
  • non-blocking In-Class Control (speaking - 0.4/quiz - 0.1/grammar test - 0.3/test kanji - 0.2)
  • non-blocking In-Class Control (speaking - 0.4/quiz - 0.1/grammar test - 0.3/test kanji - 0.2)
  • non-blocking Examination
  • non-blocking Examination
    The exam is conducted in 2 parts: in writing and in oral forms (upon the course materials). The exam is held on the Zoom platform (https://www.zoom.us/). The written part is held for all students of the group at the same time. Students must connect to the exam according to the schedule sent by the teacher to their corporate e-mails on the day before the exam. The oral part is carried out on another day. Students need to connect to the oral part of the exam according to the schedule sent by the teacher to their corporate e-mails on the day before the exam. The student's computer must meet the requirements: the presence of a working camera and microphone, support for Zoom. In order to participate in the exam, students are obliged: to put their photo on the avatars, to appear for the exam according to the exact schedule, turn on camera and microphone during the examination. Students are forbidden to: turn off the camera, use notes and tips. A short-term communication disruption during the exam is considered a communication disruption of less than a minute. Long-term communication disruption during the exam is considered a violation of a minute or more. In case of a long-term communication disruption, students cannot continue to participate in the exam. The retake procedure involves the use of more complicated tasks.
Interim Assessment

Interim Assessment

  • Interim assessment (2 module)
    Thе Cumulative Semester Grade is calculated according to the following formulae: Gcumulative = 0, 4 *(0,4 *Goral+ 0,6 *Goral test ) + 0,6 * (0,4 *Gwritten + 0,6 *Gwritten test ) Gwritten - is the average of all the grades received by the student for participation in written assignments. Gwritten test - is the average of all the grades received by the student for participation in written tests. Goral - is the average of all the grades received by the student for participation in oral assignments. Goral test - is the average of all the grades received by the student for participation in oral tests.
  • Interim assessment (4 module)
    Thе Cumulative Semester Grade is calculated according to the following formulae: Gcumulative = 0, 4 *(0,4 *Goral+ 0,6 *Goral test ) + 0,6 * (0,4 *Gwritten + 0,6 *Gwritten test ) Gwritten - is the average of all the grades received by the student for participation in written assignments. Gwritten test - is the average of all the grades received by the student for participation in written tests. Goral - is the average of all the grades received by the student for participation in oral assignments. Goral test - is the average of all the grades received by the student for participation in oral tests.
Bibliography

Bibliography

Recommended Core Bibliography

  • Eguchi, S., Okamoto, K., Park, J., Nazikian, F., & Nittono, M. (2011). Hiyaku: An Intermediate Japanese Course. London: Routledge. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsebk&AN=1013866

Recommended Additional Bibliography

  • Cook, H. M., & Shibamoto-Smith, J. S. (2018). Japanese at Work : Politeness, Power, and Personae in Japanese Workplace Discourse. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsebk&AN=1780982