10 Tanoshii Nihongo 1 (Japanese)

Course Description

Teacher in Charge:

Learners will build more active listening skills and learn how to communicate in Japanese to convey a variety of personal information in less familiar contexts.

Learners will acquire enough language to explore Japan themselves. They will develop a range of tools to communicate with Japanese speakers and deepen their understanding of Japanese culture and customs. They will do this by being exposed to a range of language on a range of less familiar topics. They will continue to develop their ability to communicate through the four skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing.

  • How does Japanese culture vary from New Zealand (and other) cultures?
  • Why is culture important?
  • Further development of communication skills

Learning Areas:

Languages, Semester 1: Year 9 & 10