The Japan Foundation, Sydney : Classroom Resources
The Japan Foundation:Online Resources
 
The Japan Foundation, Sydney : Classroom Resources
 
Classroom Resources (new!)
This web-page contains a collection of classroom resources and activities for Japanese classes which have been created by The Japan Foundation, Sydney.Resources are aimed at 3levels (Primary, Junior Secondary, Senior Secondary) and you can find them quickly by using tags.

This site introduces the resource kit for teachers, ‘Art Speaks Japanese’. Based on 16 artworks from the permanent collection of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, the resource enables learners from upper primary to senior secondary level to develop language skills while engaging with diverse forms of Japanese art.
Developed by the Japan Foundation, Sydney in conjunction with the Art Gallery of NSW

IWB Resources - コンビニすごろく

“コンビニすごろく” is an Interactive Whiteboard resource which contains activities for learning and practicing vocabulary and expressions related to convenience stores in Japan, through the game of Sugoroku.

This is a support site for the 2 Disc DVD resource, which contains the film ‘Happy Family Plan’ and a second disc with entertaining mini lessons and quizzes. The site provides additional games and quizzes, and downloadable task sheets for teachers.
Developed by the Japan Foundation, Sydney

Vivid Japan
‘Vivid Japan’ is sets of introductory items of Japanese language and culture school students who study Japanese to get a feel for life in Japan. These items can be borrowed by schools, institutions or private language schools that teach Japanese. There are 4 kits available; Basic Information, School life, Traditional Japan, and Japanese Cuisine.
NSW HSC Drama Curriculum

From 2015-2017, Japanese Theatre will feature as an elective in the NSW HSC Drama curriculum. Attached are lists of DVDs and books in the Japan Foundation, Sydney Library on topics included in this elective – specifically, Bunraku, Kabuki, Noh and the Suzuki method of acting.

Japanese Theatre – Book List (PDF/0.5MB)
Japanese Theatre – DVD List (PDF/0.5MB)
HSC Drama Course Prescriptions, 2015-2017 (PDF/0.2MB; Board of Studies N.S.W. site)
Note: The Japan Foundation, Sydney Library is currently closed due to our relocation. Resources listed here will be available for loan from late 2014. Additional resources for other genres of Japanese performance are also available, although not listed here. For further information, please email library@jpf.org.au.
 
The Japan Foundation:Online Resources
 

This is the site for the DVD resource series ‘エリンが挑戦!にほんごできます’ (Erin's Challenge! I can speak Japanese). Students learn language in an authentic cultural context with video skits, games and quizzes.
Developed by the Japan Foundation Japanese-Language Institute, Urawa

MARUGOTO+ (MARUGOTO Plus) is a website where users can learn about Japanese language and culture alongside the contents of "Marugoto: Japanese Language and Culture", a coursebook

This e-learning site offers a fun way to learn Japanese expressions in anime & manga.
Developed by the Japan Foundation Japanese- Language Institute, Kansai

 

This site provides Japanese language education resources which enable teachers to easily create teaching materials. This site can also be used to network with other Japanese language teachers around the world.
Developed by the Japan FoundationJapanese-Language Institute, Urawa

This is a portal site for various kinds of websites and online tools useful for learners and teachers of Japanese. It also supports learners and teachers from all over the world who want to make use of the internet in order to learn and enjoy the Japanese language.
Developed by the Japan Foundation Japanese-Language Institute, Kansai

This site is mainly aimed at learners of Japanese in high school. Learners can take a beginner-level test covering grammar, vocabulary, kanji and listening.
Developed by the Japan FoundationJapanese-Language Institute, Urawa

This site has useful teaching resources for both primary and secondary learners, including the 力 CHIKARA Japanese Teaching Resources for Secondary Schools.
Developed by the Japan Foundation, London