- Class Number 8036
- Term Code 3060
- Class Info
- Unit Value 6 units
- Mode of Delivery In Person
- Dr Naomi Ogi
- Dr Naomi Ogi
- Class Dates
- Class Start Date 27/07/2020
- Class End Date 30/10/2020
- Census Date 31/08/2020
- Last Date to Enrol 03/08/2020
- Haruka Woods
- Dr Naomi Ogi
Japanese 2: Written aims to further develop your knowledge and competence in modern written Japanese. The course will focus on reading and writing skills and on using all three of the writing systems appropriately in a cohesive text. In this course you will learn 180 kanji characters on top of the 120 kanji students are supposed to have learned in JPNS1014 Written Japanese 1. During the semester you will be introduced to different types of text, will learn to write compositions of up to 1200-character in length and read short passages (approximately 1200-character) on various topics.
Upon successful completion, students will have the knowledge and skills to:
- Use an active written vocabulary of around 300 kanji and a passive vocabulary of around 500 kanji.
- Use grammatical points and constructions necessary to produce and comprehend various basic sentences in a range of everyday short texts.
- Read and compose 1200 characters long passages on topics which including family, daily routines and normal life.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the cultural context gained through reading short passages on topics such as the seasons and annual events in Japan.
Examination Material or equipment
Final exam: No materials are permitted.
Textbook & Course Materials
(i) Ikeda, S. and Imaki, J., KANJI; Written Japanese B, ANU (Available on Wattle as Kanji Textbook)
(ii) Nihongo ga Ippai ('Japanese Ippai')
- Author: D-Y Lee, et al
- Publisher: Hituzi Shobo
- Edition: There are first and second editions. Either is fine.
- ISBN: 978-4-89476-449-1
- Availability: ANU Harry Hartog; Kinokuniya https://australia.kinokuniya.com/events/2
- Price: $70 - $100 vary among sellers
Notes: Available in other online bookshops; search for "Nihongo ga Ippai" or ???????? (copy and paste)
Videos and exercises for the Grammar and Expressions sections of ??????????are available in the online textbook ‘Modern Japanese Online’ (http://press.anu.edu.au/publications/modern-japanese-online) and are downloadable for free. However, you will still need the textbook ?????????? for a comprehensive introduction to Japanese.
Jim Breen’s WWWJDIC: http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~jwb/cgi-bin/wwwjdic.cgi?1C
Yahoo Japan ??(???): http://dic.yahoo.co.jp/
You can find other online dictionary links on the course Wattle site.
Students will be given feedback in the following forms in this course:
- Written comments
- Verbal comments
- Feedback to the whole class, to groups, to individuals
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|Week/Session||Summary of Activities||Assessment|
|1||Week 1 L1: Course introduction, Kanji 121-135 TA: Self-introduction, Kanji reading practice (121-135) L2: Nihongoga Ippai (NI) Lesson 9 TB: Self-introduction?Kanji writing practice (121-135)||Practice online quiz (non-assessable)|
|2||Week 2 L1: Kanji 136-150 TA: Kanji reading practice (136-150) L2: NI Lesson 10 TB: Kanji writing practice (136-150)||Online quiz 1 (121-135)---Due: 11:55pm, Monday, 3/8|
|3||Week 3 L1: Kanji 151-165 TA: Kanji reading practice (151-165) L2: NI Lesson 11 TB: Kanji writing practice (151-165)||Online quiz 2 (136-150)---Due: 11:55pm, Monday, 10/8|
|4||Week 4 L1: Kanji 166-180 TA: Kanji reading practice (166-180) L2: NI Lesson 12 TB: Kanji writing practice (166-180)||Online quiz 3 (151-165)---Due: 11:55pm, Monday, 17/8 Assignment 1---Due: 5:00 pm, Thursday, 20/8|
|5||Week 5 L1: Kanji 181-195 TA: Kanji reading practice (181-195) L2: NI Lesson 13 TB: Kanji writing practice (181-195)||Online quiz 4 (166-180)---Due: 11:55pm, Monday, 24/8|
|6||Week 6 L1: Kanji 196-210 TA: Kanji reading practice (196-210) L2: NI Lesson 14 TB: Kanji writing practice (196-210)||Online quiz 5 (181-195)---Due: 11:55pm, Monday, 31/8|
|7||Week 7 L1: Kanji 211-225 TA: Kanji reading practice (211-225) L2: NI Lesson 15 TB: Kanji writing practice (211-225)||Online quiz 6 (196-210)---Due: 11:55pm, Monday, 21/9 Assignment 2---Due: 5:00 pm, Thursday, 24/9|
|8||Week 8 L1: Kanji 226-240 TA: Kanji reading practice (226-240) L2: NI Lesson 16 TB: Kanji writing practice (226-240)||Online quiz 7 (211-225)---Due: 11:55pm, Monday, 28/9|
|9||Week 9 L1: Labour Day; (Optional Lec: Kanji 241-255) TA: Kanji reading practice (241-255) L2: NI Lesson 17 TB: Kanji writing practice (241-255)||Online quiz 8 (226-240)---Due: 11:55pm, Monday, 5/10|
|10||Week 10 L1: Kanji 256-270 TA: Kanji reading practice (256-270) L2: NI Lesson 18 TB: Kanji writing practice (256-270)||Online quiz 9 (241-255)---Due: 11:55pm, Monday, 12/10|
|11||Week 11 L1: Kanji 271-285 TA: Kanji reading practice (271-285) L2: Review 1 TB: Kanji writing practice (271-285)||Online quiz 10 (256-270)---Due: 11:55pm, Monday, 19/10 Assignment 3---Due: 5:00 pm, Thursday, 22/10|
|12||Week 12 L1: Kanji 286-300 TA: Kanji reading practice (286-300) L2: Review 2 TB: Kanji writing practice (286-300)||Online quiz 11 (271-285)---Due: 11:55pm, Monday, 26/10|
There are FOUR hours of classes (two lectures: Lecture 1 and Lecture 2 and two tutorials: Tutorial A and Tutorial B) per week. Students need to choose their groups for Tutorial A and Tutorial B through the course Wattle site.
|Assessment task||Value||Due Date||Return of assessment||Learning Outcomes|
|Weekly online quizzes (25%)||25 %||03/08/2020||26/10/2020||1,3|
|Assignments (×3) (35%)||35 %||20/08/2020||05/11/2020||1,2,3,4|
|Final exam (40%)||40 %||05/11/2020||03/12/2020||1,2,3,4|
* If the Due Date and Return of Assessment date are blank, see the Assessment Tab for specific Assessment Task details
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Moderation of AssessmentMarks that are allocated during Semester are to be considered provisional until formalised by the College examiners meeting at the end of each Semester. If appropriate, some moderation of marks might be applied prior to final results being released.
Regular attendance is essential to keep up with the course schedule, and students are expected to attend all classes. Your participation in class activities is an important part of learning. However, attendance and participation won’t be an assessment criterion. Attendance will not be recorded and will not be reflected in assessment.
See "Final exam" above, for details. Further details will be provided in Week 12.
Assessment Task 1
Learning Outcomes: 1,3
Weekly online quizzes (25%)
There will be online weekly quizzes (25%), 11 quizzes throughout the semester. The best 10 quiz scores will be counted towards the assessment. The results and feedback will be available immediately after the quizzes are closed. No late submission will be accepted unless you have a legitimate reason which prevents you from attending the course for a significant duration (two weeks or longer). You are required to submit an official document (e.g. medical certificate) for this. Although each quiz has a set of target Kanji, expression, grammar, and so on, those items which were studied in previous weeks and Japanese 1: Written will also be tested in the weekly quizzes.
Assessment Task 2
Learning Outcomes: 1,2,3,4
Assignments (×3) (35%)
Assignment 1 (9%); Assignment 2 (13%); Assignment 3 (13%)
There will be three assignments to be completed this semester. The Assignments will include sentence making, translation, reading comprehension, a composition and so on. You will need to download each Assignment from the course Wattle site and follow the instruction for each Assignment. When submitting, your Assignment needs to include your u-number and to be submitted in Wattle. The assignments will be returned two weeks after the due date. (Assessment rubrics is available in the course Wattle site.)
Assessment Task 3
Learning Outcomes: 1,2,3,4
Final exam (40%)
The final examination will be held during the university examination period. The exam is a hurdle assessment. If you fail the exam your final course result will default to the mark achieved in the exam.
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Refer to above assessment descriptions, for details.
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Resubmission of Assignments
Re-submission is in principle not allowed for any assessment items in this course, unless otherwise permitted by the course convenor.
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Pragmatics, Spoken discourse, Gender and language, Contrastive study between Japanese and Korean
Dr Naomi Ogi
Dr Naomi Ogi