This course will train basic Japanese language skills through composition and presentation continuing from Introduction to Japanese 1A. As for it, students are required to do research, analysis and make a presentation about Japanese society.
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
1. Learn written Japanese, become capable of writing longer sentences using quoted data.
2. Capable of communicating one's opinion understandably.
Japanese language, composition, essay, presentation, Japanese culture
|Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Specialist skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
In this essay writing class, students will write a report after learning essay writing methods. In the presentation session, students will learn the way of preparing presentation slides and an effective way of presentation.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Survey of Japanese culture(3)||Prepare an investigation work plan.|
|Class 2||Textbook Lesson 6||Understand expressions in report.|
|Class 3||Survey of Japanese culture(4)||Analyze the survey data and create presentation slide.|
|Class 4||Survey of Japanese culture(5)||Revise presentation slide.|
|Class 5||Survey of Japanese culture(6)||Understand effective presentation.|
|Class 6||Textbook Lesson 10 and 12||Understand the structure and writing method of a report.|
|Class 7||Textbook Lesson 11||Understand quoting and analyze data in writing report.|
|Class 8||Report writing (1)||Prepare the data and information for writing report.|
|Class 9||Report writing (2)||Submit report until the next class.|
|Class 10||Report writing (3)||Revise the corrected report and submit a rewrite report until the next class.|
|Class 11||Report writing (4)||Look back the writing method in report writing.|
|Class 12||Final presentation (1)||Decide the topic of final presentation and prepare the contents.|
|Class 13||Final presentation (2)||Decide the topic of final presentation and prepare the contents.|
|Class 14||Preparing for an interview||Understand the expression in the interview and think about the motivation for entering university.|
|Class 15||Final presentation (3)||Understand effective presentation.|
Etsuko Tomomatsu Shoronbun eno 12 no Suteppu (Short Essays in 12 Steps), 3A cooperation
Mari Tanaka and Shin Abe, Good writing e no passport, Kuroshio publisher
Kaoru Sasaki, Hirofumi Akagi, Muneko Kusano & Eriko Umeda, Comprehensive Japanese Practice through Specific Topics - From Identifying Themes to Making Presentations - Advanced - Reference Material - Fourth Edition, 3A cooperation
Class performance (participation and homework) 20%, Report 40%, Presentation 40%
Pre-requisites: Introduction to Japanese 1A(LAJ.T101)
Pre-requisites: Introduction to Japanese 2B(LAJ.T104), Introduction to Japanese 3B(LAJ.T106)
This course is opened only for Korea-Japan program students.