Japanese Lessons structure

January 23, 2020

Japanese Lessons structure

Course description 

Level

Beginner, Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Advanced

Each level will be divided into two sections:

Conversation and Grammar

Reading and writing;

Beginner

Course length: 12 months to 18 months, one hour per lesson on a weekly basis; around 4-10 lessons per month, number of classes can be varied according to students’ learning progress. ;

Lesson structure:

1st (introduction of the course, normally last for 30 - 45 minutes)

2nd onwards (Covered areas for each lesson):

Hiragana /Katakana (writing, speaking, reading and listening)

Conversation (reading, speaking, listening)

Grammar (writing, speaking, reading and listening)

Sentence structure (writing, speaking, reading and listening)

Vocabulary ;(writing, speaking, reading and listening)

Topics included:

New Friends, Shopping, making a date, The first date, A trip to Okinawa or other places, A day in somebody’s Life, Family Picture, Barbecue, Kabuki, Winter Vacation Plans, after the vacation, Feeling Ill; other topics would be included upon requests.

Pre-intermediate

TBC

Intermediate

TBC

Advanced

TBC

 



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