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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.
This document is a one page printable template that works just like a board game. For each square of the game, type in a question in the language that you are teaching. Students are in team and roll the dice. In order to move forward, they must correctly answer the question written in the specific s
This was an activity I did with my Year 8 students to help them prepare for their Semester 2 writing exam. For some students, it was a goal to work towards and for others, it was merely a starting point. The document includes 2 versions, one with furigana and one without.
Japanese Verb Conjugation Chart Grouped by る type & う type Column 1: English Column 2: Kanji Column 3: Dictionary Column 4: Polite Affirmative ます Column 5: Informal Negative ない Column 6: Conjunctive て
Unfortunately, foreign languages are a niche faculty in modern educational institutions, such as high schools. The resulting reality is that budgets allocated to language departments are often tiny and languages are put at the bottom of the priority ladder when it comes to school planning and resour
These are 400+ supplementary vocabulary and Kanji. This listing is very helpful to students taking the AP Japanese Language and Culture Test. It is an accumulation of helpful advanced level words selected from various textbooks used across the nation. This author has found it helpful in preparing
This is a reference sheet for the meanings of interrogatives (question words) when they are combined with different particles.
This is a reference sheet with the basic verb conjugations in Japanese. This includes polite form and dictionary form. This is a great reference sheet for those just beginning o study Japanese.
to memorize te-form with the song
For English learners, pronunciation is important. Not only does pronunciation affect comprehensibility, it also affects confidence. Help your Japanese-speaking students improve their pronunciation of American English by focusing on some of the most problematic sounds: /l/, /r/, /θ/, /ʃ/, /ð/, /z/, /
This is a simple introduction to the Time Words of Frequency in Japanese: いつも、まいにち、よく、たいてい、ときどき、あまり、ぜんぜん。 I have also included a handout/poster for a song I created, as well as a rough mp3 of me singing it to give you an idea. Please be kind, I'm not a singer haha
Flash cards for Japanese Days of the weeks. Play the games and practice for your language goals. Skill assessment and language quizzes.
Princess Mononoke is one of my favorite films to show students. It teaches a wide range of relevant and student-centered lessons from Japanese culture and history to wider universal concepts such as conflict, coming-of-age, good and evil, and characterization. Social Studies issues include environ
Study and sentence practice of "inquisitive" words of JapaneseFlash cards
This handout is great for those trying to learn the differences between the particles that come after the subject.

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