2009FallSyllabus201 - JPNS201 Fall 2009 p.1 H(Fall 2009)F X...

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JPNS201 Fall 2009 p.1 H (Fall 2009)F V (JPNS201: Japanese Level III) d (Syllabus) J d d ¥ ª d •ª 201-001 9:30-10:20 KRAN G009 / REC 317 / J 201-002 9:30-10:20 KRAN G013 / 201-003 10:30- 11:20 KRAN G009 / 201-004 10:30- 11:20 KRAN G013 / 201-005 11:30- 12:20 KRAN G009 / 201-021 1:30-2:20 KRAN G009 / 201-022 1:30-2:20 KRAN G013 / J E F F F d d [email protected] http://web.ics.purdue.e du/~kschu SC 290 6-3254 F 3:30-4:30 1:00-2:00 If the office hours do not match your schedule, please make an appointment with the instructor. In the event of a major campus emergency, course requirements, deadlines and grading percentages are subject to changes that may be necessitated by a revised semester calendar or other circumstances beyond the instructor’s control. Under such circumstances, changes will be posted on JPNS 201 homepage ( http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~kschau/JPNS201 ). ˆÒ 1. Japanese Communication, Culture, Context Volume 2 (1999). Hatasa, Hatasa, & Makino: Houghton Mifflin Company. ISBN 0-669-28504-8 2. Workbook/Laboratory manual (1999). Hatasa, Hatasa, & Makino: Houghton Mifflin Company. ISBN 0-669-28507-2 3. NAKAMA 2: Cassette Program or Audio CD Program Useful Websites and Computer Learning Tools “Online English-Japanese/Japanese-English dictionary” and “Reading tutor” are on the link page of Kaori Schau’s homepage.
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JPNS201 Fall 2009 p.2 ° Course Objectives This course is designed to further develop the four basic skills of communication in Japanese: 1. Ability to listen to and understand everyday conversation with more ease. 2. Ability to communicate everyday needs and uncomplicated ideas in common conversational situations. 3. Ability to read and understand simple essays, letters and e-mail. 4. Ability to write simple journals, essays and letters. It also aims to reinforce and expand the basic grammar you learned in the levels I and II. Development of the awareness of different styles and levels of speech (e.g. written and spoken styles, formal and casual speech, gender based speech, and degrees of politeness) is another key objective. F1 Vq Chapter 2-6 in Nakama 2 will be covered in this semester. Approximately 45 new sentence structures and 150 new kanji characters will be introduced. Topics include future plans, rules, making plans for traveling, asking for help, making offers, giving or asking for permission, and giving and understanding directions, etc. Class time will be mainly used for speaking activities. Active participation in class is expected. Homework assignments will focus on grammar, writing, and
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