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2022-23 Catalog 
2022-23 Catalog
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JAPN& 222 - Japanese V

5 Credits
Review of Japanese grammar and language conventions; further study of kanji; continued reading, writing and speaking practice; and study of Japanese culture.

Pre-requisite(s) JAPN& 221 min 1.5
Course Note Previously JAPAN 202.

Quarters Typically Offered
Designed to Serve Transfer students who need to fulfill a language requirement; students needing Humanities distribution credits ; students interested in Japanese language and culture.
Active Date 20210403T10:09:18

Grading Basis Decimal Grade
Class Limit 25
Contact Hours: Lecture 55
Total Contact Hours 55
Degree Distributions:
  • Humanities Area I

Course Outline
  • Asking and giving permissions
  • Expressing obligations and expectations
  • Expressing unacceptability
  • Expressing actions in the future and making preparations
  • Transitive and intransitive verbs
  • Asking and giving directions
  • Recognizing and writing 90 kanji characters

Student Learning Outcomes
Interpersonal. Effectively articulate expression of self through participation in conversations on familiar topics and everyday life using correct sentences and series of sentences in the language of study.

Presentational. Effectively present information and own thoughts about familiar topics using sentences and series of sentences in the language of study.

Interpretive. Use appropriate language in appropriate context to answer questions and articulate main ideas and supporting details from a variety of texts.

Cultural. Use some culturally appropriate vocabulary, expressions, and gestures that reflect an understanding of cultural differences related to written and spoken communication.

Comparisons. Compare and contrast own culture and language to derive meaning from visual or written texts.

Connections. Present and discuss societal or environmental topics of interest through the target language either in small groups or in front of a large audience.

Communities. Reflect on their participation in communities at home and abroad in Japanese.

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