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Kennesaw State University
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Jpn 1001 - Introduction To Japanese I
Introduction To Japanese I Documents

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Department of Foreign Languages Fall 2011 BEGINNING JAPANESE I JPN 1001 Section Day Time Room Tutor e mail 01 MW 9 30am10 45am EB 268 Hiroko Yamazaki hyamazak students kennesaw edu 02 TR 12 30 pm1 45 pm SS 2032 Maki Tanemori maki tnmr yahoo co jp 04 TR 9 30am10 45am PS 242 Kamuna Malhotra kmalhotr students kennesaw edu Director of Critical Language Program Dr Joe Terantino Phone 770 423 6022 E mail jteranti kennesaw edu Office Pilcher 149 If you should have any problems or questions throughout the semester please feel free to contact your tutor and or the director of the Critical Languages Program SYLLABUS This syllabus is found at http foreignlanguages hss kennesaw edu courses syllabi Students are responsible for downloading syllabi at the beginning of each semester Also please visit the Critical Languages site http foreignlanguages hss kennesaw edu programs clp STUDENT CONTRACT FOR CRITICAL LANGUAGES PROGRAM DOWNLOAD THE CONTRACT SIGN IT AND RETURN IT TO YOUR TUTOR WITHIN THE FIRST TWO WEEKS OF CLASSES The contract is found at http foreignlanguages hss kennesaw edu docs programs clp student contract pdf REQUIRED MATERIALS Eri Banno Yutaka Ohno An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese Genki I The Japan Times Genki I Workbook ADDITIONAL MATERIALS Rosetta Stone is now available on the FLRC Pilcher 134 computers in Arabic Chinese Hebrew Japanese Portuguese and Russian COURSE GOALS In this course students will develop effective communication skills in the target language appropriate to this stage of language study and expand their knowledge of language and culture All four skills listening comprehension speaking reading and writing will be stressed however due to the nature of the Critical Languages Program listening comprehension and speaking will be emphasized over all other skills Vocabulary acquisition is particularly important This course is not available to native speakers of the language At the end of the term the student should be able to 1 Reproduce sound



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