- to improve basic direct and reverse translation techniques, considering the specifics of intercultural and inter language communication;
- to improve and systematize Japanese language skills by means of comparing the systems of the source language and the target language of translation;
- to develop skills and proficiency in the main types of translation;
- to enhance knowledge in linguistic and regional studies on the basis of topical issues of our times.
- Students learn basic vocabulary related to geography of Japan and its population. Students have understanding of geographical and economical differences between various regions. Students have listening skills of authentic foreign language speech within the studied topics.
- Students have listening skills of authentic foreign language speech within the studied topics, transmitted by various channels (from a live voice to audio and video recordings); know how to choose and adequately use the word depending on the context within the studied topics.
- Students have the ability to select and apply adequate translation strategies in accordance with the type of translation. Students are able to use the basic translation models and translation transformations when analyzing the translation process and its results.
- Students can recognize speech levels: official, unofficial, neutral, etc. Students are able to recognize linguistic markers of social relations and use them.
- Geographical location and population.National Emblem, flag of Japan. Geographical location and population of the country. The location of the biggest cities.
- State and ConstitutionThe Constitution of Japan and Constitutional Reform (2016). Debating the Constitution
- EconomicsThe Japanese Economic Miracle. Japan's Recent Economic Problems
- Politics and diplomacyInternational Situation and Japanese foreign relations in terms of diplomacy, economics and political affairs
- GcumulativeDuring the semester there are grades for oral and written work. These grades are entered into the electronic journal into the rows “written grade” and “oral grade”. Besides these grades, students have several written and oral tests during the semester. The results of these tests are also entered into the electronic journal. The overall weight of tests is higher than the weight of general grades, at the same time, the overall weight of the written work is higher than of oral work. All the grades are whole numbers between 0 and 10. If the calculated grade turns out to be fractional, it is rounded to the whole number. Decimals below 0,5 are rounded down, decimals over 0,5 are rounded up.
- Gfinal assignmentIf the calculated grade turns out to be fractional, it is rounded to the whole number. Deciles below 0,5 are rounded down, deciles over 0,5 are rounded up. ]f the student missed the final assessment without an acceptable excuse, then he/she gets a “0” mark. If the student missed the final assessment because of a good excuse, they will be offered another time for taking the exam and re-assessment.
- Ama, M. (2018). JPNS 392.01: IS: Advanced Japanese Speaking.
- ISHIHARA, N. (2017). Advanced Japanese : Communication in Context. [Place of publication not identified]: Routledge. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsebk&AN=1620780
- Фесюн А.Г. - Язык японских СМИ - Издательский дом Высшей школы экономики - 2013 - 216с. - ISBN: 978-5-7598-0988-3 - Текст электронный // ЭБС ЛАНЬ - URL: https://e.lanbook.com/book/66095