Aki Itoh

 

Courses

Course List: 

Courses offered in the past four years.
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JAPN3201 - Beginning Japanese II      

Designed for students who have completed approximately 150 hours of formal training in Japanese. Students must be able to read and write hiragana, katakana, and 100 to 150 kanji. The course will begin with a review of basic patters and move quickly to cover new materials. In addition to the materials provided by the textbook, authentic materials (e.g. television, films, Internet, newspaper, etc.) will be incorporated into the instruction.

Required Text:

Hatasa, Hatasa & Makino, Nakama 2, Enhanced Edition ISBN-10: 1285-45374-3 ISBN-13: 978-1285453743

Hatasa, Hatasa & Makino, Nakma 2 Student Activity Manual that goes with the Enhanced edition ISBN-10: 0547171706, ISBN-13: 978-0547171708 LNG

Summer 2014 Language Schools

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JAPN3202 - Beginning Japanese II      

Designed for students who have completed approximately 150 hours of formal training in Japanese. Students must be able to read and write hiragana, katakana, and 100 to 150 kanji. The course will begin with a review of basic patters and move quickly to cover new materials. In addition to the materials provided by the textbook, authentic materials (e.g. television, films, Internet, newspaper, etc.) will be incorporated into the instruction.

Required Text:

Hatasa, Hatasa & Makino, Nakama 2, Enhanced Edition ISBN-10: 1285-45374-3 ISBN-13: 978-1285453743

Hatasa, Hatasa & Makino, Nakma 2 Student Activity Manual that goes with the Enhanced edition ISBN-10: 0547171706, ISBN-13: 978-0547171708 LNG

Summer 2014 Language Schools, Summer 2015 Language Schools

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JAPN3203 - Beginning Japanese II      

Designed for students who have completed approximately 150 hours of formal training in Japanese. Students must be able to read and write hiragana, katakana, and 100 to 150 kanji. The course will begin with a review of basic patters and move quickly to cover new materials. In addition to the materials provided by the textbook, authentic materials (e.g. television, films, Internet, newspaper, etc.) will be incorporated into the instruction.

Required Text:

Hatasa, Hatasa & Makino, Nakama 2, Enhanced Edition ISBN-10: 1285-45374-3 ISBN-13: 978-1285453743

Hatasa, Hatasa & Makino, Nakma 2 Student Activity Manual that goes with the Enhanced edition ISBN-10: 0547171706, ISBN-13: 978-0547171708

Summer 2014 Language Schools

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JAPN3204 - Beginning Japanese II      

Designed for students who have completed approximately 150 hours of formal training in Japanese. Students must be able to read and write hiragana, katakana, and 100 to 150 kanji. The course will begin with a review of basic patters and move quickly to cover new materials. In addition to the materials provided by the textbook, authentic materials (e.g. television, films, Internet, newspaper, etc.) will be incorporated into the instruction.

Required Text:

Hatasa, Hatasa & Makino, Nakama 2, Enhanced Edition ISBN-10: 1285-45374-3 ISBN-13: 978-1285453743

Hatasa, Hatasa & Makino, Nakma 2 Student Activity Manual that goes with the Enhanced edition ISBN-10: 0547171706, ISBN-13: 978-0547171708

Summer 2014 Language Schools

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JAPN3401 - Intermediate Japanese II      

Designed for students who had approximately 400 hours of instruction at the college level. Students coming into this course should be able to read about 500 to 800 kanji. A variety of materials—essays, short stories,TV programs, and newspaper articles— will be used as texts.These materials are chosen not only as tools for language instruction, but also as a means to increase understanding of the socio-cultural background of contemporary Japan.The aim is to get students to function at an advanced level; that is, to be able to read most modern Japanese written materials with the aid of dictionary and to be able to handle most conversational tasks, including formal situations, with relative ease.

Target OPI rating at the end of the session: Advanced Low

Required Text:

“New Authentic Japanese: Progressing From Intermediate to Advanced” Authors: Osamu Kamada, Fusako Beuckmann, Yoshiko Tomiyama, & Machiko Yamamoto. Publisher: The Japan Times

“Authentic Japanese: Progressing from Intermediate to Advanced Workbook” Authors: Osamu Kamada, Fusako Beuckmann, Yoshiko Tomiyama, & Machiko Yamamoto. Publisher: The Japan Times

Summer 2012

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JAPN3402 - Intermediate Japanese II      

Designed for students who had approximately 400 hours of instruction at the college level. Students coming into this course should be able to read about 500 to 800 kanji. A variety of materials—essays, short stories,TV programs, and newspaper articles— will be used as texts.These materials are chosen not only as tools for language instruction, but also as a means to increase understanding of the socio-cultural background of contemporary Japan.The aim is to get students to function at an advanced level; that is, to be able to read most modern Japanese written materials with the aid of dictionary and to be able to handle most conversational tasks, including formal situations, with relative ease.

Target OPI rating at the end of the session: Advanced Low

Required Text:

“New Authentic Japanese: Progressing From Intermediate to Advanced” Authors: Osamu Kamada, Fusako Beuckmann, Yoshiko Tomiyama, & Machiko Yamamoto. Publisher: The Japan Times

“Authentic Japanese: Progressing from Intermediate to Advanced Workbook” Authors: Osamu Kamada, Fusako Beuckmann, Yoshiko Tomiyama, & Machiko Yamamoto. Publisher: The Japan Times

Summer 2012

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JAPN3403 - Intermediate Japanese II      

Designed for students who had approximately 400 hours of instruction at the college level. Students coming into this course should be able to read about 500 to 800 kanji. A variety of materials—essays, short stories,TV programs, and newspaper articles— will be used as texts.These materials are chosen not only as tools for language instruction, but also as a means to increase understanding of the socio-cultural background of contemporary Japan.The aim is to get students to function at an advanced level; that is, to be able to read most modern Japanese written materials with the aid of dictionary and to be able to handle most conversational tasks, including formal situations, with relative ease.

Target OPI rating at the end of the session: Advanced Low

Required Text:

“New Authentic Japanese: Progressing From Intermediate to Advanced” Authors: Osamu Kamada, Fusako Beuckmann, Yoshiko Tomiyama, & Machiko Yamamoto. Publisher: The Japan Times

“Authentic Japanese: Progressing from Intermediate to Advanced Workbook” Authors: Osamu Kamada, Fusako Beuckmann, Yoshiko Tomiyama, & Machiko Yamamoto. Publisher: The Japan Times

Summer 2012

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JAPN3404 - Intermediate Japanese II      

Designed for students who had approximately 400 hours of instruction at the college level. Students coming into this course should be able to read about 500 to 800 kanji. A variety of materials—essays, short stories,TV programs, and newspaper articles— will be used as texts.These materials are chosen not only as tools for language instruction, but also as a means to increase understanding of the socio-cultural background of contemporary Japan.The aim is to get students to function at an advanced level; that is, to be able to read most modern Japanese written materials with the aid of dictionary and to be able to handle most conversational tasks, including formal situations, with relative ease.

Target OPI rating at the end of the session: Advanced Low

Required Text:

“New Authentic Japanese: Progressing From Intermediate to Advanced” Authors: Osamu Kamada, Fusako Beuckmann, Yoshiko Tomiyama, & Machiko Yamamoto. Publisher: The Japan Times

“Authentic Japanese: Progressing from Intermediate to Advanced Workbook” Authors: Osamu Kamada, Fusako Beuckmann, Yoshiko Tomiyama, & Machiko Yamamoto. Publisher: The Japan Times

Summer 2012

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School of Japanese

Sunderland Language Center
Middlebury College
P: 802.443.5215
F: 802.443.2075

Mailing address
School of Japanese
14 Old Chapel Road
Middlebury College
Middlebury, VT  05753

Wendy Butler, Coordinator
japaneseschool@middlebury.edu