Japanese Language Study Printables pack 3

Japanese Language Study Printables pack 3
Japanese Language Study Printables pack 3
Japanese Language Study Printables pack 3
Japanese Language Study Printables pack 3
Japanese Language Study Printables pack 3
Japanese Language Study Printables pack 3
Japanese Language Study Printables pack 3
Japanese Language Study Printables pack 3
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This pack is designed to encourage users to reflect and learn more about themselves as language learners. Fostering an awareness of your own learning habits allows you to learn more efficiently, stay motivated and to feel a real sense of progress. Also included are planning and tracking printables to help you stay organized, as well as analytical exercises to help you get more from grammar studies, movies and books.

::::::::::::GRAMMAR IN DEPTH::::::::::::
-Using a reliable source (textbook, reputable website etc) make careful notes about the correct usage
-If you really understand the point you should be able to complete the questions with ease, if not, it will help you to identify where you have gaps in your understanding.
-Use the review boxes to track your progress and make sure you commit the grammar to your long term memory.
-A few seconds spent thinking analytically could save you a lot of time and frustration from repeatedly forgetting a grammar point.

::::::::::::STUDY HABITS TRACKER::::::::::::
-Motivation and good study habits can be hard to maintain, use this tracker to help you build good habits and set short term goals.
-Work out a habit you want to establish for the next month, keep it simple and well defined e.g. 'Learn the difference between the particles に and で.', or 'Read a newspaper article within 5m every day.'
-When you start, give yourself a score out of ten for your current ability.
-Check off the gray boxes when you actually do the habit. If you establish a study streak you're more likely to keep going.
-After a month, reflect on your progress, give yourself a score out of ten for your current ability. Celebrate your improvement.
-Even if you don't establish the habit you hope, use the printable as an analytical tool to learn more about your learning patterns.

:::::::::::WEEKLY STUDY PLANNER::::::::::::
-Stay organised and balance your time effectively
-Note hydration levels, dehydration has a strong effect on memory, you'll remember more if you're well hydrated.
-Write down your study snack to encourage healthy eating
-Use the grid to track time spent on different tasks, to note the day's kanji or as you please.

::::::::::::HOW'S IT GOING?::::::::::::
-Designed to encourage short term troubleshooting of problem areas or new language points.
-Use the printable over a week, or a month and learn more about yourself as a learner.
-At the end of your time frame, dedicate a few minutes to reflection. Having a good sense of yourself as a learner will help you to raise motivation by increasing awareness of your progress, help you avoid a sense of failure, by teaching you how to have realistic expectations of yourself and, if used regularly, will help you to study more efficiently.

::::::::::::3 2 1 REVIEW::::::::::::
-Use daily as a brief consolidation exercise
-The focus is on this being a fast and simple activity, that you do regularly, so just write a quick note in each section. The whole page should take under 5m to complete.
-Leave study sessions feeling good and reflecting upon your progress. Over time discover more about your own learning habits.

::::::::::::MOVIE ANALYSIS::::::::::::
-After watching a movie spend 5-10m on this printable activity to get more out of your passive learning.
-Write in all Japanese if you can, or as much as possible if you're a beginner.
-Write down new words while they're still fresh in your mind.
-Analyse the language usage in a movie to make the time spent watching have a better pay off in terms of learning.

::::::::::::JAPANESE FICTION NOTES & NON-FICTION NOTES ::::::::::::
-Use this after reading a text, to give you some guided writing practice.
-Write in all Japanese if you can, or as much as possible if you're a beginner.
-Use the opportunity to consolidate common kanji, or new grammar found in the text.
-Develop key writing skills such as summarizing, and expressing your opinion.
-Reflecting upon how different writing styles are used for different purposes.


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