10A15F_Wk0Th_TED - Welcome to Japanese 10A 2 0 15 9 2 4 W E...

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2015.9.24 WEEK 0 INSTRUCTOR: IZUMI TAKEDA Welcome to Japanese 10A
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Sign-in Sheet Find your name on the list. Write your TA section and the time. Have you ever studied Japanese before? (High school, community college, other schools, etc…) Yes-> Talk to your professor.
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Today’s Class Contents Today’s Class Contents 1. Introduction 2. The Japanese Writing System (1) & (2) (p.14, pp.26-29) 3. Hiragana " " - " " (p.27 & W pp.28-31) 4. Dialogues 1-3 (pp.2-4)
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Syllabus Syllabus wnload the syllabus, schedule, and daily schedule from TED
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People who have studied Japanese language before… -> You are required to take a placement test to see the appropriate level for you. -> Go to the website below (on the syllabus).
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Textbook Did you purchase the textbook and the workbook for 10A? Did you know…? The author is a professor at UCSD!
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Audio Program You will use the following link to practice listening Japanese, so keep in mind. I will explain later in this class.
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Course Structure Lecture: Tue. & Thu. Tutorial: Mon. Wed. & Fri. You are required to 1) attend all the sessions. 2) prepare for the class, using the daily schedule. -> This is your responsibility.
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Lecture 80min on Tuesday & Thursday. Grammar Reading& writings Japanese culture Administrative Information etc…
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Tutorial 50min on Monday, Wednesday & Friday. Dialogue and practice activities. Quizzes on Hiragana, Katakana, Kanji and Grammar. You are required to speak only JAPANESE.
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Requirement a) Attendance and Participation Attendance at every class session is required. Attend the section in which you are registered. Get all the information and handouts while you are absent. Contact your professor if you have any problems attending class.
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b) Assignments 1. Six Grammar exercise (HWs) 2. Two Writing assignments 3. 10 Yookoso Online homework (Online HW) . Assignments turned in after the deadline will not be accepted for credit.
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1. Grammar Exercise It is referred to as “HW” Assigned page(s) will be shown on Ted. Each HW will be available at 5:00pm one week prior to its due date. Submit it to your TA at your registered section . The answer key will be posted on Ted at 5pm on the due date. If you cannot attend the tutorial section when your HW is due, do either (A) or (B). -> next page…
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HW (A) Give your HW to your friend/ classmate and ask him/her to bring it to your registered tutorial session before your it starts (or right after it ends). Email your TA about it. (B) Scan or take a picture of your HW and send it to your TA and your professor via Email by the time your tutorial section ends on the due day. Mention the reason as well.
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2. Writing Assignments Details will be announced in class or on Ted.
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