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This kit is designed for students of Japanese and includes a wide variety of resources and activity ideas to free up teacher time for teaching!! By undertaking this unit of work students will develop listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. The language structures included are )天気(てんきはどうですか
PETS: a unit for young learners of Japanese! This comprehensive unit of work will enable students to introduce their pet; or one they would like to own! Sentence patterns covered: わたしのペットです。 いぬです。 いぬのなまえは SPOTです。 三さいです。 小さいです。 はいいろ です。 だいすきです! The materials included in this unit comprise: Pictur
This is a complete teaching kit featuring a 'story' book in picture and written formats two original songs new group game hands on activities flashcards, playing cards, student workbook pages teaching sequence suggestion Australian curriculum alignment details and more! Vocabulary includes のり ノート
This comprehensive resource enables teachers to concentrate on teaching, as the planning has been largely done for them! This resource consists of 117 pages. The language used in these materials is all in script - hiragana and limited kanji. No 'romaji' - romanisation of words is used.Students of Ja
This comprehensive resource includes a teacher guide, student workbook and a variety of flash cards, playing cards, board games. Alignment to the Australian Curriculum is indicated. Assessment tasks and rubrics have also been incorporated into the unit to facilitate the ease with which these materia
This resource constitutes a teaching and learning kit, aimed at young students of Japanese. The learning objectives for this unit are:Students canjoin in choral reading of a ‘story’join in whole class singingname 7 house features + the word for ‘house’ itselfread and write the key vocabulary wordsma
This unit has been designed to encourage oral story re-telling. Along the way, students can learn to read key words and expressions, if the teacher wishes to also make this an aim for the unit. The story file pages can be displayed using a data projector/IWB or printed to make a hard-copy story boo
This Teaching and Learning resource is designed for younger students of Japanese to learn to ask and answer the question たんじょうびは何月ですか。using the months of the year. 一月~十二月.No romaji is included.The unit does assume students have already learned how to count, at least to ten, in Japanese, and can reco
This unit of work is designed to teach students of Japanese, how to tell the time using o'clock times. Now an additional supplement extends the unit to 'half-past' times too. It is anticipated that students already know how to count to twelve in Japanese and can recognise kanji numbers to twelve. Fu
BODY PARTS are frequently taught in Primary Japanese language programs, beginning with the popular 'Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes' song. ( eg. GenkiJapan version https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98rDSRw7sv0). This unit creates a purpose for learning body part vocabulary by using the question answ
This 25 page, color booklet is packed with information and activities for your students. Topics and activities are as follows:GeographyClimateGovernmentMap of Japan: Major CitiesJapanese History Timeline*People and CultureReligionFood and DrinkKimonoGeishaArts and EntertainmentSchoolSports Japanese
This student workbook has been designed to consolidate the work introduced on the original SUMO Self-Introduction Presentation resource. It includes a variety of activities and assessment tasks. A fun game, HACHIPACHI, is explained and 4 versions of the game can be played with the cards which have
I am very excited to share this REVISED and UPDATED resource with you.This comprehensive resource guides teachers through the unit with a detailed teaching sequence (suggestion). Many versatile resources are included:story, flashcards, mnemonics, playing cards, board game, task cards, peg cards, 'I
This comprehensive resource aims to provide teachers with everything they will need to teach this unit of work. The unit goals are: By undertaking this unit of work, students will extend their ability to read and write hiragana and kanji learn how to ask for items develop an understanding of Japane
Momotarou is a wonderful story with a time-less and inspiring message. 13 illustrated black and white pages for students to trace Hiragana and Kanji, beautifully illustrated black and white pages to colour, as well as decorate to make their own mini book. 2 versions are included, a short-ish story,
Here is a booklet, ready for printing on Tabemono, covering western and Japanese food. 。。。。ごはん に 。。。。。。  を たべます。 あさごはん に なに をたべますか。 Simple japanese for a Restaurant Role Play with a sample marking sheet. A page on Nihonshoku with a brief explanation of each dish in included. Some worksheet pages ,
This unit has been designed to promote enjoyable choral reading.Students will mimic the teacher reading the pages of the ‘story’ and gradually develop the knowledge and skill to read it, and other variations, independently.In the process, students will be introduced to the relative location words of
White Belt Unit 1 of 4 [FAMILY FIRST!] is an introduction to Japan and Japanese, through greetings, feelings, family members, counting people, colours and festivals of Japan that occur in Term One. *Can be implemented over a Term or a Semester - designed for Kindy/Prep/Reception to Year 1
A comprehensive country study and unit of work on 'Japan'. Complete with stencils and worksheets, use this resource when teaching your students about the traditions, geography, culture and language of Japan.Suitable for students in Years 2 and up.
のりものが大好き! This comprehensive resource has been created to enable teachers to facilitate student learning, by providing the materials required to teach a complete unit of work! The materials include * links to the Australian Curriculum * a detailed teaching sequence, explaining how to use the materia
Through the Yellow Belt 1 of 4 course [I am an Individual!] body parts {describing and what hurts}, colours, numbers, numerous songs and festivals of Japan that occur in Term One will be taught. Students are encouraged to reflect on how we are all unique.*Can be implemented over a Term or a Semester
Through the White Belt 3 of 4 course [Welcome to the Funny Farm], students will learn many animal/animal call vocabularies in Japanese, explain what pet/s they have and about the festivals of Japan that occur in Term Three. Many new songs are introduced.*Can be implemented over a Term or a Semester
Printable sheets that have students learning to write the hiragana from memory - not merely copying! Print 2 sheets back to back and fold a flap ot make the 'cover'. Instructions for use presented with photos. 11 hiragana included.

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