C2C(Year 5 & 6): Unit 3: My Personal Space

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

C2C: Year 3&4 (Unit1) – My place, Your place

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

C2C: Year 5&6 (Unit 1) – What is in a name?

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?

My Syllabus and Assessment for CI & TPRS and Australian Curriculum

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

【Quick Challenge Method (4)】Nani o tabemasu ka?

This video clip shows you Japanese basic conversations. My recommendation is to be shadowing (trying to say each sentence at the same time as I say) with watching the video first. Second, close your eyes to be shadowing again only … Continue reading 【Quick Challenge Method (4)】Nani o tabemasu ka?

〇×クイズ(True or False cultural Quiz)with Japanese students

【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

【Quick Challenge Method (3)】Kore/Sore/Are wa nan desu ka?

Let’s master これ(Kore), それ(Sore), あれ(Are) now! First, please watch the video above without any hints. Second, please watch again and check the following sentences and guess what it is.  If it is too hard to guess, check this online dictionary Jisho.org). A:それ(Sore) wa nan desu ka? B:これ(Kore) wa pai desu. A:それ(Sore) wa nan desu ka? B:これ(Kore) wa sushi desu. A:あれ(Are) wa nan desu ka? B:あれ(Are) wa piza desu. Third, speak those sentences at the same time with the video (Shadowing). Fourth, find your partner and ask each other many questions pointing out whatever and wherever you want. Don’t forget to clap your hands!  Rhythm is a key! … Continue reading 【Quick Challenge Method (3)】Kore/Sore/Are wa nan desu ka?

【Quick Challenge Method (2)】Dare / Doko / itsu / nan desu ka?

Let’s master “Dare” “Doko” “Itsu” and “Nan(i)” now! First, please watch the video above without any hints. Second, please watch again and check the following sentences and guess what it is.  If it is too hard to guess, check this online dictionary Jisho.org). A:Dare desu ka? B:Mr Bean desu. A:Itsu desu ka? B:5 gatsu  desu. A:Doko desu ka? B:Toire desu. A: Nan desu ka? B: Toiret paper desu. Third, speak those sentences at the same time with the video (Shadowing). Fourth, find your partner and ask each other as many questions as possible.  But you can say whoever and whatever and whenever you want to … Continue reading 【Quick Challenge Method (2)】Dare / Doko / itsu / nan desu ka?

Japanese family words: Animation

Let’s learn the following basic family words by watching the video above! Ojiisan (grandfather) Obaasan (grandmother) Otousan (Father) Okaasan (Mother) Oniisan (Elder brother) Oneesan (Elder sister) otouto (younger brother) imouto (younger sister)   【Procedure】 Click on the play button. Listen … Continue reading Japanese family words: Animation