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The student who has successfully participated in and completed the course of learning experience in Japanese II will have basic communication skills in Japanese in such situations as school, hometown, everyday life, and weather, recognize and write Katakana alphabets and 60- 80 Kanji (Chinese characters), understand simple readings written in Hiragana, Katakana, and some Kanji, write simple essays using Hiragana, Katakana, and Kanji. All instructional units are designed to enhance the development of four skills (speaking, listening, writing, and reading).

Japanese III P(G5673) The students who has successfully participated in and completed the course of learning experience in Japanese III will have basic communication skills in Japanese in such situations as hobbies and leisure activities, food, and shopping, recognize and write about 150 Kanji (Chinese characters), understand simple readings written in Hiragana, Katakana, and some Kanji and write simple essays using Hiragana, Katakana, and some Kanji. All instructional units are designed to enhance the development of four skills (speaking, listening, writing, and reading).

Japanese IV P (G5674) The students who has successfully participated in and completed the course of learning experience in Japanese IV will have basic communication skills in Japanese on such topics as travel, home, and transportation, recognize and write about 150 new Kanji (Chinese characters),

understand simple readings written in Hiragana, Katakana, and some Kanji, and

using Hiragana, Katakana, and some Kanji.

All instructional units are designed to

write essays enhance the

development of four skills (speaking, listening, writing, and reading).

Japanese V P (G5675) Japanese V is intended for those who have chosen to increase their knowledge of Japanese language and culture and their ability to function at a higher level of proficiency in everyday

situations. The language usage

successful student in this in real situations, become

continuing course will be critical thinkers, maintain

culturally sensitive in higher order thinking,

summarize characters characters.

TV programs and ‘katakana’ This class is in

or native-speaker conversations. In characters, the student will be able alignment with national standards at the

addition to all ‘hiragana’ to recognize 350 ‘kanji’ intermediate-low level. All

instructional units are designed to enhance the development of four skills (speaking, writing, and reading). Course activities use real-life situations and have purposes created to enhance students’ higher-order thinking skills.

listening, and are

AP Japanese (G5677) The successful student will develop and demonstrate proficiency at the Intermediate-Low to Intermediate-Mid level, based upon ACTFL (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages) guidelines and equivalent to 300 hours of university-level instruction in Japanese

language

and

culture.

As

such,

students

will

be

prepared

to

enter

a

typical,

third-year,

university-level course. All instructional units are designed to enhance the development of skills (speaking, listening, writing, and reading). Course activities use real-life situations have purposes and are created to enhance students’ higher-order thinking skills.

four and

French I P (G5661) Welcome to the French-speaking world! In French 1, you’ll begin learning a language spoken in 43 countries and territories in North & South America, Africa, Europe, the Caribbean and Oceania. Have fun learning French by speaking it and listening to interesting French conversations, watching DVDs in French, and singing songs. Lean to read and write in French about your friends, your hobbies, school, home, and more. Learn how to shop for food and clothes in France, order in a restaurant, and even how to get around an airport! There are fun review games and friendly competitions to review and learn.

French II P (G5662) Bonjour! Take the language further than French I, and work towards completing the CSU and UC college entrance requirements. The language becomes easier to use and even more interesting as you continue to develop listening, reading, writing and

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