- Assessment methods
- Learning objectives
- Delivery method
- Teaching methods
To be motivated.
The final exam will consist of a written test, an interview with the teacher and a listening to the assessment of the language skills acquired. Evaluation and assignment of final mark in thirtieths.
The course is aimed at those who approach the Japanese language for the first time and provides basic language skills.
-greetings and presentations
-Hiragana and Katakana syllabaries
-exchange of simple personal information (family, hobbies, food preferences) -simple expressions of everyday life
Marugoto A1 Rikai book.
Additional teaching materials uploaded to the e-learning platform.
Lectures including exercise activities.
The program promotes the learning of the Japanese language through Active Learning, a methodology focused on listening and on the immediate acquisition of basic linguistic automatisms throughout imitation, repetition and associative memorization techniques. This technique allows the students to anticipate grammatical and syntactic informations by inductive learning, doing practice exercises through the e-learning platform and the textbook. The study of grammatical and syntactic rules won't actually be purposes of the study, whereas the basis of the written language (hiragana and katakana syllabaries) will be part of the course.