Practical Business Japanese (Speaking and Writing) (Intermediate) (JSL223)
This course is designed to develop the functional language ability of business professionals who are at the intermediate and advanced levels of Japanese language proficiency. Learners practice how to speak appropriately both at work and in other social settings. Situations covered include speaking on the phone, greeting, apologizing, complaining, making/turning down requests, etc. Learners will participate in role plays and other communicative classroom activities in addition to discussing cultural norms, politeness and levels of formality expected for successful communication. The textbook for this course focuses mainly on business situations, but supplementary materials will be used to cover other social settings as well.
This course is repeatable.
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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