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Japanese Learning for Communication -A Marugoto Approach-

Japanese Learning for Communication -A Marugoto Approach-

コミュニケーションのための日本語学習~まるごと的アプローチ~

To mark the launch of the ebook editions of the Marugoto: Japanese Language and Culture textbooks developed by The Japan Foundation, we are running this seminar series for Japanese language teachers in Australia.

In these seminars, we will use Marugoto as an example to explore how to cultivate strong Japanese communication skills in students. Participants will experience a mock lesson from a student’s perspective, and then analyse the learning process.

JF online resources with plenty of video content on Japanese culture and speaking activities will also be introduced in this seminar.

『まるごと 日本のことばと文化』(国際交流基金編著)が全巻電子書籍化したことから、全豪の日本語教師を対象にセミナーを開催することにしました。

このセミナーでは、『まるごと』を例にして、「話せる」学習者を育てる授業を考えます。学習者の視点で模擬授業を体験した後、習得プロセスを整理していきます。

音声素材や日本文化などの映像が満載のオンラインリソースも併せてご紹介します。

Target:
All Japanese language teachers, assistants, tutors, and everyone with an interest in Japanese language teaching who live in Australia.
This includes those with and without experience using Marugoto.
Particularly recommended for teachers of adult learners.

対象:
オーストラリア在住の日本語教師全般(アシスタント、個人レッスン教師、養成講座教生含む)
*『まるごと』の使用経験は問いません。
*成人学習者を教えている先生に特におすすめです。

Audio Input for Communication
「音声インプットからのコミュニケーション」

November 15, 2020 (Sunday) 1pm-4pm AEDT
2020年11月15日(日)午後1時~4時(シドニー時間)

Experience a lesson designed to help students achieve specific communication objectives (“can-do” goals) by encouraging students’ awareness and understanding through audio input.
Marugoto, Japanese language and culture. Elementary 1. A2, Coursebook for communicative language activities will be used as an example.

音声によるインプットから学習者の気づきを生かして理解を促し、「~できる」という具体的なコミュニケーションの目標(Can-do)を目指す授業を体験します。
『まるごと 日本のことばと文化 初級1』の「かつどう」を例にします。

※This seminar will be conducted in Japanese. 本セミナーは日本語で行われます。

※This seminar covers the same content as the Marugoto seminar held earlier this year in March. 2020年3月に行ったセミナーと同じ内容です。

**Registrations for this seminar will OPEN on October 22, 2020 (Thursday) at 1pm AEDT**

Register Here

【NOTE】The reminder email including how to join the seminar on Zoom will be sent at 1pm on Friday, November 13, 48 hours before the seminar. If you do not receive the email, please check your junk/spam email first and then contact us.

Understanding Grammar for Communication
「コミュニケーションを支える文法の理解」

December 13, 2020 (Sunday) 1pm-4pm AEDT
2020年12月13日(日)午後1時~4時(シドニー時間)

Explore the process that extends from awareness sparked by audio input and achieving communication goals to developing a deeper understanding of vocabulary and grammar.
Marugoto, Japanese language and culture. Elementary 2. A2, Coursebook for communicative language competences will be used as an example.

音声によるインプットから「気づき」を通して「できる」を目指した日本語のコミュニケーションを、語彙や文法の理解を深めながら発展させていくプロセスを見ていきます。
『まるごと 日本のことばと文化 初級2』の「りかい」を例にします。

※This seminar will be conducted in Japanese. 本セミナーは日本語で行われます。

**Registrations for this seminar will OPEN on November 16, 2020 (Monday) at 1pm AEDT**

【NOTE】The reminder email including how to join the seminar on Zoom will be sent at 1pm on December 11 (Friday), 48 hours before the seminar. If you do not receive the email, please check your junk/spam email first and then contact us.

Marugoto: Japanese language and culture is a series of textbooks created by The Japan Foundation for adults studying Japanese as a foreign language.
There are 6 levels available, from A1 to B1 in the JF Standard for Japanese-Language Education.

国際交流基金が海外の成人学習を対象に作成したコースブックシリーズです。
入門から中級まで6レベルがあります。(JFスタンダードのA1からB1に該当します。)

https://www.marugoto.org/

Digital ebook editions were released in October 2020.

2020年10月に全レベルの電子書籍が発売になりました。

https://www.sanshusha.co.jp/np/blog/recid/62/

Seminar Schedule

November 15, 2020 (Sunday)
Audio Input for Communication
1pm-4pm AEDT

December 13, 2020 (Sunday)
Understanding Grammar for Communication
1pm-4pm AEDT

**The online conference room opens 15min before each session**

VENUE

This event will be held online via web conference.

ADMISSION

Free; Registrations essential.
Max. 30 participants for each session.

REGISTRATION PERIOD

Session A: October 22 (Thursday) to November 10 (Tuesday)

Session B: November 16 (Monday) to December 8 (Tuesday)

Registrations are taken on a first come, first served basis.

ENQUIRIES

(02) 8239 0055

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