Useful Japanese Conversation A (JSL101)
This is an introductory course for people who haven't learned very much Japanese. Most class hours are spent on oral drills and a variety of other speaking activities. Participants are encouraged to practice communicating and exchanging information through studying model dialogues and acting them out. In addition, you will receive explanations and practice of basic grammar. Japanese characters (hiragana and katakana) will be studied mainly for reading recognition, although we will provide you with writing practice and encourage you to learn to write as soon as possible.
Natalia Troitskaya received her PhD in Japanese Applied Linguistics from Waseda University, Tokyo, in 2015. Natalia's research interests include bilingualism and multilingualism matters, language acquisition and effective strategies in language learning. She has experience in teaching Japanese to speakers of different languages at various proficiency levels. Natalia believes that dynamic and fast-moving lessons where students learn authentic ways of using Japanese vocabulary and grammar help students make speedy progress and become immediately confident in speaking Japanese.
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