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基礎科クラス

実施クラス

バンクーバー本校、ホワイトロック校、ノースバンクーバー校

Children to love learn japanese

Japanese fundamental class is for those who do not speak Japanese at home. Our goal at JEC is for children to love learning Japanese and understand the beautiful Japanese culture.We hear of many students who feel stressed out due to a lack of understanding, which results in them not wanting to attend class. We personally believe children grow in a fun learning environment where they don't feel scared or shy, instead they feel positive towards the language and have the confidence in themselves. We will teach them using both English and Japanese, we encourage the children to speak more, and most of all our class is full of joy and laughter. 

Classes

We have 6 Levels and Intermediate class. Level 1, 2 and 3 are in one class and Level 4,5 and 6 are in one class.

Levels are not separated by age but by the level. Therefore, those who like to push themselves can proceed to the next level whenever they pass the level test. For those who like to take it easy they can do the same level again until they feel they can proceed to the next level.

Level1 (Kindergarten students)
Introducing the Hiragana
Level2 Can write all the Hiragana
Level3 Can write all Hiragana, Katakana, voiced consonant, contracted sound

By the end of Level 3 the goal is to be able to say the followings: Greetings, self-introduction, days of the week, month, date, weather, time, color, color+noun,  count and read numbers 1 to 1000, 16 Verbs, say a full sentence using the 16 verbs, 176 vocabulary words.

Level4 39 Kanji
Level5 75 Kanji
Level6 100 Kanji

From Level 4 we will be writing and reading more. Making more structured sentences and questions using particles in present and past form. Learning 80 new verbs. Counting various things in Japanese. (Depending on the object counting differs in Japanese.)

From Intermediate class we study for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test, from Level N5.

Annual class events
  • September: Make dango for moon light festival (tsukimi)
  • October: Halloween
  • December: Year End Party
  • January: Mochi and Japanese New Years event
  • February: Setsu-bun ( Oni wa soto game, make sushi roll)
  • March: Girls Day, Hinamatsuri
  • April: Shopping in Japanese
  • May: Children's day ( Koinobori)Class outdoor
  • June: Graduation and Children's Performance
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