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JAPN130B10_HW%2015%28word%29-1 - JAPN130B09 HW 15 Staple...

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Unformatted text preview: JAPN130B09 HW 15 Staple the pages together 0 ^ ( + Page 1of 3 staple the pages together H=∙ HW 15 H Staple the pages together 0 ^ ( + L e c S e c . = If you write your answers by hand, use a separate sheet of paper. p , ‘ ∙ “ * Æ @ W ( + ( I. Grammar Exercise A. Write sentences using 1 •“ ,Ø 1 •“ , , or . 1. You have been studying for Japanese Language Proficiency Test ( ) . You couldn’t pass Level II ( ) for the past two years. You are determined to pass Level II THIS YEAR. @ 3F 1 •“ * 7 1 ^( + @ 2 •“* p, 2. You had a quarrel with your younger sister. You were so angry with her, so you ate the Valentine’s chocolate that she made for her boyfriend. Tell your friend what you did and why you did so. 0 ^(+ 1 ^(+ 2 •“* 1 p to prepare for . ^(+ 2 •“* p , ‘ 3. In the video about the Japanese education, some mothers take their young children to entrance examination for elite kindergarten. You feel very sorry for the kids = 7@ + | Z( + @@ p 3F @ 3F 3F 3F ‘ 3F 4. (You are an elementary school child.) Your classmate, Yamada­kun, is always bad mouthing you. So when Yamada­kun forgot to do his homework and copy his friend’s homework, you told on him to your teacher. (Use 1 • “ for tell on someone) 1 ^(+ 2 • “ * p,‘ HW14 = JAPN130B09 HW 15 Staple the pages together 0 ^ ( + Page 2of 3 staple the pages together =∙ 1. copy) 1 0 ^ ( ^ ( + + 3 • “ * p , ‘ ∙ (to definition 2. = HW14 ] ( + 3F @3 Write ○ when the statement is correct, and × when the statement is not correct. ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) One of merits of 3 • “ * is that one can gain much knowledge by memorization. In 3 • “ * , memorization is not considered very important in our learning process. If you don’t form a habit of memorization when you are young, you will not be able to gain knowledge on which you can base your judgment in the future. In 3 • “ * , we can objectively assess students’ mastery of academic subjects. In 3 • “ * , it is easy to maintain students’ motivation to study. Students will not get tired of memorization because memorization is very important in their study. In 3 • “ * , it is easy to foster students’ motivation to learn and the ability to think. Students will be excited to move on to different chapters of textbooks because they can learn more on different topics. One of demerits of 3 • “ * Some people think that 3 • “ * ^( + in “ is that students forget what they memorized after taking tests. . caused problems such as bullying. =∙ 0 ^(+ ” Many students get stressed out because there is lots of competition in 3 • “ * 3. Rephrase 0 4. In order to fix problems caused by 3 • “ * , the Japanese government adopted 3 • “ (relaxed education policy). What do you think 3 • “ is like? In 3 • “ , what do you think is important, and what do you think is not important? (e.g., memorization, creativity, conformity, etc.) JAPN130B09 HW 15 Staple the pages together 0 ^ ( + Page 3of 3 staple the pages together "• ...
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2010 for the course JAPN 130B taught by Professor Sato during the Winter '10 term at UCSD.

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