Japanese A level Duke by Ekuni Kaori study pack. For the final exams in 2019.

Japanese A level Duke by Ekuni Kaori study pack. For the final exams in 2019.

This is a pack of worksheets to prepare students for the A Level essays on Ekuni Kaori’s book “Duke”. It includes: A vocab list to help with reading the book Prompt questions for an initial book review in English A list of True/False sentences about the book in Japanese Vocabulary for analysing literature in Japanese A listing of Japanese book reviews and blogs about “Duke” in Japanese A list of all the past paper questions about this book An example first question to tackle
Kath45
Facts about Japan - Reading Guide

Facts about Japan - Reading Guide

This Reading Guide for students to complete while learning about the country of Japan. The article is 15 pages long and is a nice straightforward summary with lots of visuals. The guide is a PDF. The article is hyperlinked in the guide title for easy access, as well as included as a PDF to print. ☀☀☀ PLEASE FOLLOW ME FOR NEW PRODUCT UPDATES ☀☀☀
sasrozmaka
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star (Japanese Lyrics)

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star (Japanese Lyrics)

Every two years, our school puts on a Summer Carnival where each year group gives a performance based around a different country. Last year, Year 3's country was Japan. The children learnt how to sing 'Twinkle Twinkle Little Star' in Japanese. They also performed a contemporary dance and wore traditional Japanese clothes and accessories. It was a fantastic event and the children loved every minute of it. I have uploaded the lyrics in case you would like to try something similar at your school. This link takes you to the music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DGgOKEaMWZU
juliannebritton
Learn Japanese With Jokes - sample

Learn Japanese With Jokes - sample

Learn Japanese With Jokes - sample is a sample of the full book, Learn Japanese With Jokes. In the sample there are ten jokes in Japanese together with vocabulary support and English translations. There are lots of different ways you can use them in class: As revision to illustrate a grammar point. Matching exercise - can they match the Japanese jokes with the English translations? Reading practice - short reading in Japanese and they are rewarded with a laugh if they understand it. Shouting dictations. Jigsaw text (cut up a joke line by line, can your pupils put it back together?) As a reward for good work/behaviour. The book has proved very popular with lots of teachers (and pupils). Why not give it a try?
JeremyTaylor