Japanese Propaedeutics C - CBS (E21)
The focus of teaching is applied language use. The course enables the student to communicate in elementary to lower intermediate Japanese about general topics related to culture and society.
The course will provide a general introduction to appropriate language and formality level governing social interaction. We expand the range of vocabulary and kanji according to syllabus.
Teaching is based on text- and workbooks, and students will build further build their skills in speaking, reading, grammatically analysing Japanese and translating it into English, and writing in Japanese.
The course activities include text reading, translation, reading aloud, written and oral translation exercises, oral interaction, teaching of Japanese characters, exercises in grammar and sentence analysis.
- Programme curriculum Bachelor courses in Japan Studies for CBS-students 2020
Curriculum for the elective at Bachelor’s level in Japanese Studies, 2020 curriculum
Japanese Propaedeutics C (Activity code HJAÆ00131E)
Teaching is student-centered with an emphasis on pair and group work, which will be guided by cooperative learning principles that aim at engaging each student to a maximum extent. The languages of instruction are a combination of Japanese. Translation into English is continuously trained to foster and develop contrastive skills and enhance vocabulary range and accuracy. Active involvement in class activities as well as timely preparation for class is expected of all students.
- Expected literature:
- Quartet: Intermediate Japanese Across the Four Language Skills
- Vol. 1, The Japan Times (2020) Textbook 1 (ISBN:
Workbook 1 (ISBN: 978-4-7890-1696-4)
- McGloin, et. Al (2014), Modern Japanese Grammar – A Practical Guide, Routledge
- Makino, S. & Tsutsui, M. (1991), Dictionary of Basic Japanese Grammar, The Japan Times
- Makino, S. & Tsutsui, M. (1995), Dictionary of Intermediate Japanese Grammar, The Japan Times
Preapproval from Copenhagen Business School
- 15 ECTS
- Type of assessment
- Course number
- 15 ECTS
- Programme level
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- Study Board of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies
- Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies
- Faculty of Humanities
- Kristina Kazuhara (8-7f758e897c758675547c8981427f8942787f)
Kristina Kazuhara, firstname.lastname@example.org
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