Click on the graffic for the film's IMBD site..
Click on the graffic for manga info.
4th year students' paper requirement is to choose one of the characters in the film and discuss their developement throughout the film. Gif for inspiration.
Here is the vocabulary for the Harajuku unit. Just click here.
Here is the kanji drill assignment for this unit. Click here.
Here is the "have you (done) before?" grammar practice packet. Click here.
Here is the "are you able to___?" grammar practice packet. Click here.
Here is a video featuring excited guy explaining "can do.2"
Here is another, calmer explanation of the same thing,
and here is a video that will help you practice it.
The written exam will be Friday, November 30 over vocabulary, kanji, and "able -to-do," "have done before," and "try and see" grammar. Here is a Flyswatter vocabulary practice page.
Finally, here is the Presentation Assessment guidlines.
Here is a sample presentation: Adventures in Harajuku!
University in Japan?
This website is worth a look. It's angle is that it's now cheaper to get a Bachelors Degree in Japan than it is in the States, even promising you can do it without student loans, for about $5K a year. If an international education is something you might consider, look this over with your parents. I don't have any experience with it so I can't vouch for anything, but it was passed on to me from our career counseling center here at CHS.
Here is the text from our relay race.
Here is the grammar review worsheet, complete with the dialogue. Print it here if you need a new copy.
Here is information on plain forms; basically very simple versions of the PF Charts.
Finally, here is the Kanji review sheets.
Welcome to Japanese 4. I'll try to keep current assignments here for you to download. Linked here is a copy of the student info sheet I had you fill out, and here is a copy of my classroom expectations.
Concurrent Enrollment is offered during both Japanese 3 or 4 classes through BSU. Here's a link to an important webpage.
Also, if you're interested in seeing what a backpack trip across Japan might look like, here's a blog from a few years back about a similar trip. Prices may have changed a bit.