The students will learn how to understand, speak, read and write Japanese as it applies to: Personal information Classroom and school life Dates Days Out and about Family Describing people Daily routine All hiragana and katakana should be known by the end of the year.
Vocabulary and unit tests, examinations. Approximate equal value will be given to the four skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing.
Japanese is an Asian language with few links to other languages. It provides a contrast in structure and vocabulary with European languages. The scripts used for NCEA Level 1 are hiragana, katakana and some Kanji.
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