Japanese

JAPPRES

YEAR 7 AND 8 JAPANESE

 The Languages program is based on the SACSA Framework and develops students understanding through reading, writing, listening and speaking the language. Students learn to speak and write the language of Japanese through the activities that explore and develop linguistic and cultural aspects of the language. Students are exposed to the Japanese culture to develop an appreciation of life outside of Australia.

Students who have English as a Second Language or have Special Needs may not be required to complete this subject but rather study Specialist English.

YEAR 9 JAPANESE

Course overview:

The Japanese course offered to Year 9 students builds on their Year 7 & 8 study of Japanese and  provides a foundation for Year 9. In Year 9, the katakana character set is introduced and students are able to use their Japanese ability to create their own recipes and menu in Japanese. Students will look at travel and retail in Japan to improve upon their current knowledge of adjectives, verbs, kanji and particles. Students will have the opportunity to study Japanese culture and enjoy strengthening their language skills using, individual and group work, songs, games, essays, assignments and class work.

The Languages program is based on the Australian Curriculum and develops students understanding through reading, writing, listening and speaking the language. Students learn to speak and write the language of Japanese through the activities that explore and develop linguistic and cultural aspects of the language. Students are exposed to the Japanese culture to develop an appreciation of life outside of Australia.

 

Assessment Communicating in a Language, Intercultural knowledge and Language Awareness. Students are assessed in four communication areas of listening, speaking, reading and writing. Assessment will be made through class work and assessment tasks.

 

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