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Elementary 2 Course (A2-2)

This is a one year course consisting of 4 terms of 10 weeks.

On completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar topics and activities.
  • Describe one’s routine, work, learning experience, etc. in simple terms.
  • Find specific information in simple everyday material such as personal letters and brochures.
  • Write short, simple messages and fill in application forms in areas of essential need.

Term 2

In Term 2 of the Elementary 2 course, we aim to cover Lessons 5 to 8 of “Marugoto : Japanese Language and Culture (Elementary 2, A2)”.

Topic: “Okinawa trip” and “Japan Festival”

Course Details

Course fee

$375/term: New students
$350/term: Continuing students

Course fee does not include textbooks.

Morning class
10am-12pm

Evening class
6-8pm

Saturdays | May 5 – July 7, 2018
Taught by Yuko Martens

Mondays | April 30 – July 2, 2018 *Full
*As Monday, 11 June is a NSW public holiday, class will not run on this day but will be held on Friday, 15 June instead. (Week 7)
Taught by Kaoru Murn

Wednesdays | May 2 – July 4, 201*Full
Taught by Hiromi Nishimoto

Textbook

Fee

$40 (Two volumes)

Textbook fee will be charged together with the course fee.

まるごと, 日本のことばと文化. 初級2. A2, かつどう
国際交流基金 2014

まるごと, 日本のことばと文化. 初級2. A2, りかい
国際交流基金 2014

Marugoto, Japanese language and culture. Elementary 2. A2, Coursebook for communicative language activities
The Japan Foundation 2014

ISBN: 978-4-384-05756-0

Marugoto, Japanese language and culture. Elementary 2. A2, Coursebook for communicative language competences
The Japan Foundation 2014

ISBN: 978-4-384-05757-7

Marugoto, Japanese language and culture. Elementary 2. A2, Coursebook for communicative language activities
Marugoto, Japanese language and culture. Elementary 2. A2, Coursebook for communicative language competences

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