Japanese Newspaper and TV News (Intermediate) (JSL204)
This course has been canceled for this semester.
This is a course for students interested in the terms and expressions commonly used in newspaper and television reports. Students will gain familiarity with the conventions of reporting and interpreting news in Japan. Activities include reading and viewing news reports and discussing and writing about current events.
This course is repeatable. Depending on the number of new and repeating students and their Japanese language learning experience, the instructor decides on a required textbook and class materials each semester.
Aki Matsukura graduated from the First Department of Literature at Waseda University. After working for a publishing company specializing in educational materials for 9 years, she started teaching Japanese in 2002. She is currently teaching classes at various Japanese language institutions and universities.
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