20 Credits SPRING


Pre-requisites: EAS1033, EAS1034, EAS1035, EAS1036


Aims/Description: This module is focusing on receptive and written productive activities in Japanese language at mid-intermediate level. This module continues to act as a transition towards the autonomous and self-directed learning required to progress at intermediate and advanced levels. Grammar knowledge is consolidated and expanded and practical knowledge of kanji is expanded. Further functional reading skills and precise Japanese-English translation skills are introduced. The use of written Japanese appropriate to a variety of social contexts (i.e. life in Japan) is developed. The target level at the end of the level is roughly equivalent to JLPT N3 and CEFR B2.

Staff Contact: JENKINS MIYUKI
Teaching Methods: Tutorials, Independent Study
Assessment: Formal Exam, Course work, Project/ portfolio

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