East Asian Languages and Cultures | Third Year Japanese 1 (undergraduate sections)
J301 | ALL | Matsubara, Misako
This section for undergraduate students only.
Prerequisite: A grade of C or higher in J202 or equivalent
proficiency based on EALC placement test.
J301 is designed to expand upon the skills and knowledge acquired in
the first two years of Japanese language courses. Students will
continue to develop the four skills (listening, speaking, reading
and writing) as well as cultural proficiency. The aim of the course
is to help students become autonomous lifelong learners of Japanese.
The class meets five times a week and all classes will be conducted
mainly in Japanese. In three of the classes (MWF), students will be
introduced to the new materials through reading, and in two of the
classes (TR), students will practice the materials introduced in MWF
classes. Students will be graded on the basis of classroom
attendance and performance, homework assignments, quizzes and tests,
and a final exam.