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Unformatted text preview: First Year Japanese I (C 1101 / F 1101) / Fall 2009 General Information I. Course Objective First Year Japanese I will introduce you to basic Japanese grammar and Japanese culture. The aim of this course is to acquire the four basic skills in modern Japanese: speaking, listening comprehension, reading, and writing. We will emphasize accuracy and fluency in both spoken and written Japanese communication. At the end of the course, you will be able to: Speaking: Handle daily situations such as telling time, inviting someone to an event, and making requests. Listening: Understand what others say in daily conversations and monologues. Reading: Understand simple passages written in HIRAGANA, KATAKANA, and KANJI about such topics as one's daily routines and cities in Japan. Writing: Write letters and passages that tell about yourself and people/things/events related to you. You will also learn about Japanese culture so that you become both grammatically correct and socially appropriate. II. Instructors Section Time Room Instructor Extension Office C1101x 01 M-R 11:00 12:05 424 PUPIN F. Nazikian X48345 518 KENT C1101x 02 M-R 12:00 1:05 307 PUPIN J. Park X43523 514 KENT C1101x 03 M-R 1:10 2:15 511 KENT M. Nittono X45502 520 KENT C1101x 04 M-R 4:10 5:15 413 HAM. S. Sato X45500 516 KENT C1101x 05 M-R 2:40 3:45 316 HAM. H. Hamada X45500 516 KENT F1101x 01 M-R 5:40 6:45 522D KENT K. Okamoto X45502 520 KENT III. Textbook and Other Materials 1 Main Text I or Kykasho (pink book): Lesson 1-25 (1-14 will be covered in fall.) It has the dialogue, sentence patterns, and glossary. It is also used for drills at home. 2 Translation & Grammatical Notes I or Bunp Kaisetsu (yellow book) It has the vocabulary list, English translations of the dialogue and sentence patterns. It also explains grammatical patterns. Both Main Text and Grammar Notes (only lesson 1-4) are available in Romanized form (PDF files) in CourseWorks (https://courseworks.columbia.edu). 3 Written Assignment Book or Hyjun Mondai Sy (pink thin book) 4 Reading Assignment Book or Syoky de yomeru Topic 25 (pink thin book) 5 Kanji Assignment Book (yellow thin book) 6 Supplementary Materials Available in PDF in CourseWorks. To obtain PDFs, go to CourseWorks >> C/F1101 First-Year Japanese I >> CLASS FILES >> Shared Files >>...
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