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Ponyo Film Study Handout
This is a handout to accompany the film Ponyo, by Studio Ghibli. It took approximately 2 hours to create and format. The handout features a synopsis, character list and a page of questions related to the film. Can be used as a stand-alone lesson or to accompany a screening of the film. Emphasises
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Empire of the Sun Movie Guide
Empire of the Sun is a great story to share when discussing general warfare, World War II, refugees, English, Chinese, or Japanese History. I've included a movie guide for 3 days of viewing with 6 or 7 questions per day so if you are only watching parts of the film, you can easily omit questions. I
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Japanese: One Line Hiragana Workbook
This resource includes printable pages which can be collated to make a workbook for student use. Activities aim to develop student ability to recognise and write the focus hiragana symbols. Workbook activities include: * Colour and count, * Partner dice games * Listening quizzes * Trace and write,
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Ponyo Word Search
This is a word search handout based on the film Ponyo, by Studio Ghibli. It took approximately 2 hours to create and format. Students must answer twelve short, single word questions about the film, then find the answers in the word search. The emphasis of the activity is on characters and themes fr
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Japanese For Young People Vocabulary List 1-7
Vocabulary lists that correspond with Japanese for Young People, Volume 1, Lessons 1-7. Teachers can use these lists for students to study vocabulary presented in the book.
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Hiragana Character Chart
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Japanese name writing
This is an introductory worksheet for first-time Japanese learners. Feel free to white out the "Japanese 9" or the demo using my name to fit it into your class. The worksheet also enables you to compare and contrast hiragana and katakana using a venn diagram, so it would be useful to have some flash
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Japanese Homes Work Sheet
A worksheet that works with the Kids Web Japan website to help students learn the proper terms for various parts of a Japanese home. As a culminating task the students are able to experience a virtual tour of a Japanese home.
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A and Ka line stories
I used these stories to teach my students Hiragana. This way, students have an easy way to remember them. I used them the most to signal a character when students didn't remember a character. For example, if the student didn't remember the "a" character, I would say, "remember? 'Ah! I caught a fish'
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Japanese Grammar - AはBです。
A very simple handout for beginner Japanese learners. Easy to read text set out in comic book style. No furigana is used on the work sheet to promote sight reading of hiragana/katakana characters. This is just an example of the style I am working on for the Japanese worksheets I am creating. Be sur
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Countries in Japanese
A handy chart of how to say different county names in Japanese. Includes English, Roomaji, Hiragana, and Katakana.
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Sandle/Sandal Verb t-charts and practice
Sandal verbs in the preterite tense with practice (includes reminder of what changes in the verb- real format is better than what is shown on the preview)
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Obento Deluxe Unit 10 - Asking About Daily Activities and Responding in Japanese
Introduction of and drilling for a variety of daily activities verbs (and accompanying nouns). Designed as simple supplementary activities to the Obento Deluxe Unit 10 Workbook activities. *2 versions included: 1 with furigana and 1 without **Some answers included
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Japanese Pronounciation, Katakana, Write Your Name printables and worksheet
A one-two lesson set of factsheets, worksheet and poster which I've used before launching into a Year 8 Australian Curriculum History unit on Shogunate Japan. It could be used as an orientation for any study of Japan, such as geography, and is orientated towards middle school or older students. If y
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Spirited Away Post Film Reflection Questions
This is a handout consisting of a series of eleven questions based on the popular film Spirited Away, by Hayao Miyazaki. It took several hours to write and format and was refined after repeated use over a period of several months. Lined spaces are provided beneath each question. The sheets can be p
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The Karate Kid (2010) Film Study Questions
This is a handout consisting of reflective and film specific questions based on the recent remake of The Karate Kid film, starring Jackie Chan and Jaden Smith. It took approximately 90 minutes to create and format. It was further refined after initial use showed some small flaws in the original docu
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Kana Chart: Display for Hiragana & Katakana
All letters from hiragana & katakana in easy to use display
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Writing a Letter in Japanese
A useful handout to give to students to help them plan out a letter. When printing, I recommend adjusting the contrast to make the page brighter, also printing double sided helps reduce paper usage. If you have any comments/suggestions, please let me know. Yoroshiku onegaishimasu
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日本の冒険  Adventure in Japan 日本のぼうけん
In this unit, created for Yr 7 to 9 students (Yr 10 could also use), you travel from Hokkaido to Honshu, then Shikoku and Kyushu, identifying places, animals, attractions and regional foods as you go. Only one Katakana word; スキーじょうis used (with furigana) as I waned to focus on traditional Japan. So
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Blank Katakana Practice Chart
This is a 3-page blank practice chart for writing katakana characters in Japanese. It includes space for writing characters that are not found in the Japanese hiragana syllabary.
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Blank Hiragana Practice Chart
This is a blank hiragana syllabary chart for practicing hiragana characters. It includes combined characters.
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Katakana Practice Chart
This is a 2-page chart for memorizing Japanese katakana characters. It includes characters that are not found in the Japanese hiragana syllabary.
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Subject Pronoun & Conjugating Review/Teach
Reteaching/Reviewing subject pronouns and conjugating. Includes examples with subject pronouns, names, and objects. Well formatted- looks different than on preview.
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Japanese English and English Japanese dictionary for high schoolers
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