University Course Planner The University of Adelaide Australia

JAPN 1001 - Japanese IA

Career: Undergraduate
Units: 3
Term: Semester 1
Campus: North Terrace
Contact: Up to 4 hours per week
Available for Study Abroad and Exchange: Yes
Available for Non-Award Study: Yes
Pre-Requisite: No assumed knowledge of Japanese is required. This course is for (total) beginners with little or no previous knowledge of Japanese.
Assessment: Script (hiragana) and vocabulary test 1 (5%), script (hiragana & katakana) and vocabulary test 2 (15%), mid-Semester test (30%), final oral exam (10%), final written exam (40%)
Syllabus:

Japanese IA is designed for beginners with little or no previous knowledge of Japanese. This course is also ideal for those who wish to consolidate their basic knowledge of Kanji, vocabulary and grammar. The course offers instruction and practice in the four skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking, while introducing the basic grammar and vocabulary of modern Japanese as well as the basic writing system, hiragana, katakana and beginners kanji. In classes, emphasis will be placed on developing students' basic communication skills in both spoken and written Japanese to build a solid foundation at the beginner level. The aims of the course are: i) to enhance and consolidate the introductory grammar; ii) to expand knowledge and use of vocabulary in both conversational and written contexts; iii) to develop communication skills/strategies; iv) to become familiar with hiragana, katakana and basic kanji; v) to become efficient and independent language learners. Entry criteria for students with Year 12 SACE grades can be found at: https://arts.adelaide.edu.au/asian/study/language/

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Undergraduate
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Units
EFTSL
Amount
3
0.125
          
  


Course Outline

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Critical Dates

Term Last Day to Add Online Census Date Last Day to WNF Last Day to WF
Semester 1 Mon 16/03/2020 Thu 26/03/2020 Fri 08/05/2020 Fri 12/06/2020


Class Details

Enrolment Class: Lecture
Class Nbr Section Size Available Dates Days Time Location
12839 LE01 400 159 6 Mar - 10 Apr Friday 3pm - 5pm The Braggs, G60, Bragg Lecture Theatre
1 May - 12 Jun Friday 3pm - 5pm The Braggs, G60, Bragg Lecture Theatre
Related Class: Tutorial
Class Nbr Section Size Available Dates Days Time Location
12841 TU09 40 FULL 5 Mar - 9 Apr Thursday 11am - 1pm Barr Smith South, 2052, Teaching Room
30 Apr - 11 Jun Thursday 11am - 1pm Barr Smith South, 2052, Teaching Room
12842 TU08 40 FULL 4 Mar - 8 Apr Wednesday 1pm - 3pm Barr Smith South, 2060, Teaching Room
29 Apr - 3 Jun Wednesday 1pm - 3pm Barr Smith South, 2060, Teaching Room
12845 TU05 45 5 3 Mar - 7 Apr Tuesday 11am - 1pm Ingkarni Wardli, B18, Teaching Room
28 Apr - 9 Jun Tuesday 11am - 1pm Ingkarni Wardli, B18, Teaching Room
12846 TU04 45 3 6 Mar - 10 Apr Friday 12pm - 2pm Horace Lamb, 422, Teaching Room
1 May - 12 Jun Friday 12pm - 2pm Horace Lamb, 422, Teaching Room
12847 TU03 45 5 2 Mar - 6 Apr Monday 11am - 1pm Barr Smith South, 2032, Teaching Room
27 Apr - 8 Jun Monday 11am - 1pm Barr Smith South, 2032, Teaching Room
12849 TU01 45 6 6 Mar - 10 Apr Friday 9am - 11am Barr Smith South, 2052, Teaching Room
1 May - 12 Jun Friday 9am - 11am Barr Smith South, 2052, Teaching Room