Comprehensible Input (PPP_What builds a good team) Reading material 1 (Year 3_4_Reading_Comprehension) Reading material 2 (Year 3_4_Reading_Comprehension_HIRAGANA) Assignment (ASSIGNMENT_Year34_Term3) – draft Quizizz – interaction (https://quizizz.com/admin/quiz/5979d22edbe2b311002f2066) Continue reading C2C: Unit 3 (Year 3&4) What builds a good team?
Comprehensible Input 1 : (PPP_My Personal Space) Comprehensible Input 2: Term 3 Japanese Reading – ROMAJI Comprehensible Input 3: Term 3 Japanese Reading – HIRAGANA Assignment Criteria: ASSIGNMENT_Term3_Yr56 Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_3l0oat Quizizz 1 (Interactive Quiz): https://quizizz.com/admin/quiz/596dfcab740833110002772e Quizizz 2 (Translation Quiz): https://quizizz.com/admin/quiz/5977248ef34f431000212d28 Continue reading C2C(Year 5 & 6): Unit 3: My Personal Space
Lesson 1 Reading Material (1_I Want to see Harry Potter 1) Quizlet (https://quizlet.com/_3fqcf9) Kahoot (https://play.kahoot.it/#/k/cbfcea92-3088-4bf8-834e-d41dbba98f2b) Lesson 2 Reading Material (2_I Want to see Harry Potter 2) Kahoot (https://play.kahoot.it/#/k/d80dcb78-5c8d-4106-a9f3-a5985c2f5c59) Lesson 3 Reading Material (3_I Want to see Harry Potter 3) Quizlet (https://quizlet.com/_3kir17) … Continue reading Japanese Lessons: I want to see Harry Potter!
WARM UP EXERCISE IDEAS CONVERSATIONS Who is it? What is it? Where is it? This Question and Answer Exercise is suitable for very beginners. My prep school students (3, 4 years old) enjoyed this exercise. First, show them this video … Continue reading Warm up exercise – Good News wa nan desu ka
Comprehensible Input (My place, Your place) Reading Material (L1_Reading_This_is_a_pen) Quizlet 1: Input (https://quizlet.com/_30o1pg) Quizlet 2: Output (1) Fill in the gap (https://quizlet.com/_33c51d) Quizlet 3: Output (2) Jumbling (https://quizlet.com/_377dfn) Quizlet 4: Output (3) Say it in Japanese (https://quizlet.com/_377dvz) Continue reading C2C: Year 3&4 (Unit1) – My place, Your place
Comprehensible Input (Sentence Structure) (PPP_What’s in my name) Reading Material (L4_Reading_Why did they choose my name) Assignment (ASSIGNMENT T1 WHAT IS IN MY NAME) Quizlet 1: Input (https://quizlet.com/_30vz5q) Quizlet 2: Output (1) fill in the gap (https://quizlet.com/_33c2aw) Quizlet 3: Output … Continue reading C2C: Year 5&6 (Unit 1) – What is in a name?
Lesson 1 Comprehensible Input: Words & Sentence Structure (7. Why do they dislike me) Reading (7. Why do they dislike me) Quizlet (https://quizlet.com/_3e19n4) Kahoot! (https://play.kahoot.it/#/k/6a3e0b34-d4ec-4b91-bb10-a74484d7ba71) Lesson 2 Comprehensible Input: Words & Sentence Structure (8. NARUTO STORY 2) Reading … Continue reading Japanese Lessons: A NARUTO STORY
Lesson 1 (1. Boku wa Pikachuu desu) Quizlet (https://quizlet.com/_33cudg) Lesson 2 (2. Where is my pokeball) Quizlet (https://quizlet.com/_33w5zi) Lesson 3 (3. I love energy juice!) Quizlet (https://quizlet.com/_372bai) Lesson 4 (4. We are Totoro & Pikachu PPP) Quizlet (https://quizlet.com/_385ep6) Lesson 5 (5. I … Continue reading A POKEMON Story (Japanese Lessons)
C2C Planning (Specialists Planning Template 2 2017) Comprehensible Input (1): Sentence Structure Practice sheet & tests (WHAT IS A FAMILY) Comprehensible Input (2): Reading materials (READING Watashi no kazoku wa doko desu ka) Assignment (ASSIGNMENT_T2_Year5_6) Quizlet (https://quizlet.com/_3bt9u2): Flashcards, matching game, … Continue reading C2C: Year 5&6 (Unit 2) – What is a family?
C2C Planning (Specialists Planning Template 2 2017) Comprehensible Input (1): Sentence Structure Practice & tests (PPP_A day in a Japanese school) Comprehensible Input (2): Reading Materials (READING I am sorry2) Quizlet 1 (Input): (https://quizlet.com/_3bw69g) Assignment (ASSIGNMENT_T2_Year3_4) Continue reading C2C: Year 3&4 (Unit2) – A Day at a Japanese school
What is in my lunch box (Sentence Structure: PDF) Specialists Planning Template 2 2017 (C2C planning) Continue reading C2C: P to 2 (Unit6) – What’s in my lunch box?
Year 2017 Overview (Prep to Year 6) Geebung State School (gss-year-overview-2017) Hamilton State School (hss-year-overview-2017) Virginia State School (vss-year-overview-2017) Term 1 (2017) Syllabus (Prep to Year 6) specialists-planning-template-2017 Assessment Term 1 (Year 3&4): (jap_y03-04band_u1_assessment) Term 1 (Year 5 & 6): … Continue reading My Syllabus and Assessment for CI & TPRS and Australian Curriculum
Feel free to download and use my materials below for your learning and teachings. Wall signs Basic Verb List for a wall sign(basic-verbs) Essential classroom expressions for a wall sign or data projector (essencial_classroom) Essential pronouns for a wall sign … Continue reading My materials for CI & TPRS
Australian-curriculum-achievement-standard-check-list <<< Click to download I made a checklist on Achievement Standard from Prep to Year 6 so that you can clearly see what students need to achieve and by when they need to achieve each level. The list can tell … Continue reading Australian Curriculum: A Checklist for Prep to Year 6
Australian Curriculum asks us to set up the main concept to deepen learning languages and culture. “Change” is one of the important concepts for intercultural understandings. Students are expected to encounter the unknown by meeting with people who have a … Continue reading 【Animation Method】An introduction to CHANGE
Lesson 1: What would change if you go to Japan? (lesson-1) Lesson 2: Let’s write your changes in Japanese! (lesson-2) Lesson 3: Let’s create a story! (lesson-3) Useful expressions (useful_expressions) I would like to share worksheet for the unit, “What … Continue reading 【Materials for AC】CHANGE
【WHAT】 Quiz to compete who is funny 【WHO】 Anyone Japanese students or guests and Australian students (Note: If Japanese students are too shy to participate, they can be judges) 【WHY】 To learn basic Japanese sentences To learn differences in terms … Continue reading IPPON Grand Prix! (Funny Contest)
【What】 True or False quiz. In Japan, 〇 (maru) means true, while × (batsu) means false. 【Who】 This quiz activity is good for a big number of students to learn about cultural and social information in Japan and Australia. For … Continue reading 〇×クイズ（True or False cultural Quiz）with Japanese students
I would like to share my materials for AC. The main concept is norms. The target grade is year 4, 5, 6. I arranged the contents depending on their levels. Lesson1_Family_NORM Lesson 2 Social norms Lesson 3 Physical norms Lesson … Continue reading 【Materials for AC】Norms
I would like to share my materials for Japanese lessons. The main concept for the period was identity. The target was year 4/5/6. I arranged the contents depending on their level. Lesson 1 (Let’s start learning about identity!): PDF Lesson 2 (Identity): … Continue reading 【Materials for AC】identity
New! boku_watashi_form <<< The latest version of the form to increase students’ intrinsic motivation. The simpler version (uploaded on 20170122) The important method for Japanese learning (for those who don’t like learning Japanse )<<< Click on the link to download the method … Continue reading 【The Nonaka Method】The Important Method: For those students who don’t like Japanese…
1. Romaji/plain form 2. Scripts/plain form 3. Romaji/masu form … Continue reading 【The Nonaka Method】Let’s master 31 Basic Japanese verbs NOW!
Are you ready for mastering basic Japanese conversation quickly? If you don’t have enough time to learn Japanese, but if you would like to master as fast as you can, this is the right place for you to be! This … Continue reading 【Quick Challenge Method (5)】Q&A, verbs, hiragana, etc.
Are you ready for mastering basic Japanese conversation quickly? This practice is focusing on self-introduction and basic conversations! This is a very powerful method! Download the sheet. Quick Challenge Sheet (Self introduction) Practice it with your partner over and over … Continue reading 【Quick Challenge Method (4)】Self introduction
My Approach to Australian Curriculum” Using the ICE approach as a starting point<<< CLICK TO DOWNLOAD (pdf) “I am overwhelmed.” “I cannot memorise scope and sequence!” “I don’t know where to start and how to start and what to … Continue reading Australian Curriculum & the ICE approach
: Challenge_Sheet1 <<< Click here! Click on https://quizlet.com/123378011/flashcards/embed Click on Click on —————————————– This material helps you master self-introduction. First use the flashcard on your pace. Second, click on “option”() and click on “play” button () and try to respond as quick as … Continue reading 【Quick Challenge 1】Self introduction: flash card
■Download the sheet NOW! QUESTION STRATEGY <<<< Click to download the sheet on How to create your own discussion and questions. —————————————————— Do you know how to start your discussion in your classroom or on your test paper? If your answer is … Continue reading A Question Strategy: How to create your own discussion/questions
Important words and expressions <<< Click to download the sheet —— Language has life. It is changing all the time. Therefore it is not good idea to memorise the sentence pasterns over and over. However, on the other hand, it is … Continue reading Basic Sentence Structure & Words: Text
Japanese conversation 2 <<< Click to download the sheet —————- If you can speak and write KONNICHIWA, it could dramatically enhance your communication in Japanese! This is the KONNIHICWA Method I created! For example, K is for knocking the door of … Continue reading Basic conversations 2【The Konnichiwa Method】: Text
Self-introduction (Basic) <<< Click here to download the mind map sheet Hajimemashite_____ desu. (= How do you do? I am _______.) ______ ni sundeimasu. (= I live in ______) Soshite, _____ sai desu. (= And then, I am ____ … Continue reading Basic Self introduction: Text