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Japanese 1 Semester 1
Unit 1: Greeting
Section 1, Part B, Oral Assignment: 16 points
GR-Oral
Now that you have had time to practice the hiragana song. Record yourself singing the song and
submit it to your teacher. This assignment is worth 16 points.
Hiragana Song
あ、い、う、え、おはよう 1
a, i, u, e, ohayoo1
か、き、く、け、こんにちは 2
さ、し、す、せ、そうしましょう 3
た、ち、つ、て、ともだち
ka, ki, ku, ke, kon’nichiwa2
sa, shi, su, se, soo shimashoo3
4
ta, chi, tsu, te, tomodachi4
な、に、ぬ、ね、のんびり 5
na, ni, nu, ne, nonbiri5
は、ひ、ふ、へ、ほっかいどう 6
ha, hi, fu, he, hokkaidoo6
ま、み、む、め、もうすこし 7
ma, mi, mu, me, moo sukoshi7
や、い、ゆ、え、よろしく 8
ya, i, yu, e, yoroshiku8
ら、り、る、れ、ろくじ 9
「わ」と「を」と「ん」で
ひらがな、おわり
ra, ri, ru, re, rokuji9
‘wa’ to ‘o’ to ‘n’ de
hiragana, owari10.
10。
Rubric
Pronunciation:
Produce Japanese sounds correctly (1-8pts)
Pronounce Japanese words with proper intonation and accent (1-4 pts)
Fluency:
Sing the song with appropriate speed without sudden stop and go (1-4 pts)
Section 1, Part B, Writing Assignment: 16 points
GR-IB Writing
Click here to download and print out the worksheet. Practice handwriting the new hiragana in
order to remember them well. Report your self-evaluation on this hiragana writing. Include the
following points in your report:
1. Did you follow the stroke order?
2. Did you follow the stroke direction?
3. Do you remember the reading of each hiragana?
This assignment is worth 16 points.
Sample Answer
Yes, I have followed the stroke order, the stroke direction and remembered the reading of each
hiragana.
Section 1, Part B, Discussion Assignment: 8 points
GR-1B Discussion
Talk About It
Super! You are doing a great job. Are you curious to know who else is taking this course at this
time? It's time for your first discussion for the class. Go to the discussion area and post a brief
introduction of yourself in English, telling where you are from, why you are taking Japanese, and
other appropriate information. After others have posted, return and ask at least one other student
two questions. When someone has asked you questions, answer them. This Assignment is worth
8 Points.
Introduction should include self-introduction (name, age, grade, where s/he is from, hobbies,
special interests, etc.) It should also includes the reasons why s/he is taking Japanese.
Section 1, Part E, Discussion Assignment: 8 points
Gr-1E Discussion
Go to the discussion area and greet your classmates in Japanese. Using what you have learned
so far, say your name and where you are from. Ask two questions and use an appropriate
farewell in Japanese. You may type in English alphabet.
This assignment is worth 8 points.
Sample Answer
Ohayoo gozaimasu. / konnichiwa / konbanwa.
(Watashi wa) name desu.
Shusshin wa hometown desu.
Sayoonara / shitsurei shimasu / Jaa mata…
Section 1, Part F, Writing Assignment: 16 points
GR-1F Writing
Typing Hiragana あ~そ
Let's type hiragana now. Your computer has already had the Japanese language set up, right?
First, start a word processing software such as MS-Word. Do you see "EN" button on the bottom
right of your screen, or the Language bar at the top? Click on the button and select Japanese
language "JP." Choose "Hiragana" ひらがな (H) through the 'Input Mode", and you will see the
button あ for typing in hiragana. After typing, hit the "Enter" key. Are you ready?
1. Type "aiueo."
2. Type "kakikukeko."
3. Type "sashisuseso" or "sasisuseso."
Type the following words.
a. e (picture)
b. ka (mosquito)
c. ai (love)
d. eki (station)
e. ushi (cow)
f. kao (face)
g. sake (rice wine)
h. isu (chair)
i. okashi (sweets)
This assignment is worth 16 points.
Answer
1. あいうえお
2. かきくけこ
3. さしすせそ
4.
a. え
b. か
c. あい
d. えき
e. うし
f. かお
g. さけ
h. いす
i. おかし
Rubric
Task Completion (1-8 pts): completion of the task
Mechanics (1-16 pts): Accurate spelling
Section 1, Part G, Speaking Assignment: 16 points
Gr-1G Speaking
Make a simple recording introducing yourself in Japanese. Imagine you are talking to your new
friend, たなかさん Tanaka san. Include your name, where you are from and where you live in
your introduction. Ask two questions using the appropriate forms, and close with an appropriate
closing. This assignment is worth 16 Points.
Sample Answer
Tanaka-san, Name desu. Shusshin wa place desu. Place ni sunde imasu. Shusshin wa doko
desu ka. Doko ni sunde imasu ka?
Rubric
Pronunciation (1-4 pts): Produce Japanese sounds correctly. Pronounce Japanese words with
proper intonation and accent
Fluency (1-4 pts): Recite sentences with appropriate speed without sudden stop and go (1-4 pts)
Vocabulary (1-4 pts): Adequate and accurate use of vocabulary
Language Control (1-4 pts): Word order, form of address and their usage (san, kun), Use of
particles (wa, ga, o, e, ni, de etc.)
Section 2, Part A, Writing Assignment: 16 points
Gr-2A Writing
Click here to download and print out the worksheet. Practice handwriting the new hiragana in
order to remember them well. Report your self-evaluation on this hiragana writing. Include the
following points in your report:
1. Did you follow the stroke order?
2. Did you follow the stroke direction?
3. Do you remember the reading of each hiragana?
This assignment is worth 16 points.
Sample Answer
Yes, I have followed the stroke order, the stroke direction and remembered the reading of each
hiragana.
Section 2, Part B, Speaking Assignment: 16 points
Gr-2B Speaking
Are you remembering to repeat and practice speaking Japanese as much as you can? In order to
see how you are doing, record your voice for your teacher by doing the voice assignment. In this
assignment, give your name in Japanese and then verbally greet your teacher and ask two
questions in Japanese. This assignment is worth 16 Points.
Sample Answer
Ohayo gozaimasu / konnichiwa / konbanwa
Name desu.
Onamae wan nan desu ka
Shusshin wa doko desu ka
Doko ni sunde imasu ka
Rubric
Pronunciation (1-4 pts): Produce Japanese sounds correctly. Pronounce Japanese words with
proper intonation and accent
Fluency (1-4 pts): Recite sentences with appropriate speed without sudden stop and go (1-4 pts)
Vocabulary (1-4 pts): Adequate and accurate use of vocabulary
Language Control (1-4 pts): Word order, form of address and their usage (san, kun), Use of
particles (wa, ga, o, e, ni, de etc.)
Section 2, Part C, Writing Assignment: 16 points
Gr-2C Writing
Typing Hiragana あ~ほ
Let’s type again to practice your new hiragana.
[How to choose Japanese as an input language]
1. Start a word processing software such as MS-Word.
2. Click on the “EN” button that you see on the bottom right of your screen.
3. Select Japanese language ”JP.”
4. Choose “Hiragana” ひらがな (H) through the “Input Mode,” and you will see the button あ for
typing in hiragana.
5. Type words phonetically and then hit the “Enter” key.
[Typing instructions]
1. Type “tachitsuteto” or “tatituteto.”
2. Type “naninuneno.”
3. Type “hahifuheho” or "hahihuheho."
Type the following words.
a. te (hand)
b. tsuki (moon)
c. niku (meat)
d. neko (cat)
e. hito (person)
f. uchi (house)
g. tako (octopus)
h. fune (ship)
i. kuchi (mouth)
j. soto (outside)
k. sakana (fish)
This assignment is worth 16 points.
Answer
1.たちつてと
2.なにぬねの
3.はひふへほ
4.
a. て
b. つき
c. にく
d. ねこ
e. ひと
f. うち
g. たこ
h. ふね
i. くち
j. そと
k. さかな
Rubric
Task Completion (1-8 pts): Completion of the task
Mechanics (1-16 pts): Accurate spelling
Section 3, Part B, Writing Assignment: 16 points
Gr-3B Writing
Click here to download and print out the worksheet. Practice handwriting the new hiragana in
order to remember them well. Report your self-evaluation on this hiragana writing. Include the
following points in your report:
1. Did you follow the stroke order?
2. Did you follow the stroke direction?
3. Do you remember the reading of each hiragana?
This assignment is worth 16 points.
Sample Answer
Yes, I have followed the stroke order, the stroke direction and remembered the reading of each
hiragana.
Section 3, Part B, Speaking Assignment: 16 points
Gr-3B Speaking
Once you are feeling very confident with your skills in talking about another person, it is time to
make a recording for your teacher. Select two people that you can talk about. You may want to
use their name or their relationship to you (せんせい、ともだち). Compose three sentences
about each one of these people. Tell your teacher in a recording the following information: What
their names are, where each one lives and where each is from. Be sure to use complete
sentences. This assignment is worth 16 points.
Sample Answer
(Kochira wa) Tom-san desu. Tomu-san wa watashi no tomodachi desu. Tomu-san no shusshin
wa New York desu. Ima, Los Angeles ni sunde imasu.
Katie-san wa watashi no gaaru furendo desu. Katie-san no shusshin wa Chicago desu. Ima,
Boston ni sunde imasu.
Rubric
Pronunciation (1-4 pts): Produce Japanese sounds correctly. Pronounce Japanese words with
proper intonation and accent
Fluency (1-4 pts): Recite sentences with appropriate speed without stop and go
Vocabulary (1-4 pts): Adequate and accurate use of vocabulary
Language Control (1-4 pts: Word order, form of address and their usage (san, kun), Use of
particles (wa, ga, o, e, ni, de etc.), tense (present/future), affirmative.
Section 3, Part C, Writing Assignment: 16 points
Gr-3C Writing
Typing Hiragana あ~ん
Let’s type again to practice your new hiragana ま~ん. [How to choose Japanese as an input
language]
1. Start a word processing software such as MS-Word.
2. Click on the “EN” button that you see on the bottom right of your screen.
3. Select Japanese language ”JP.”
4. Choose “Hiragana” ひらがな (H) through the “Input Mode,” and you will see the button あ for
typing in hiragana.
Type words phonetically and then hit the “Enter” key.
[Typing instructions}
1. Type “mamimumemo.”
2. Type “yayuyo.”
3. Type “rarirurero.”
4. Type “wawonn.”
Type the following words.
a. me (eye)
b. mimi (ear)
c. atama (head)
d. kuruma (car)
e. uma (horse)
f. sakura (cherry blossom)
g. kaeru (frog)
h. heya (room)
i. yuki (snow)
j. hare (sunny)
k. taiikukan (gym)
This assignment is worth 16 points.
1. まみむめも
2. やゆよ
3. らりるれろ
4. わをん
5.
a. め
b. みみ
c. あたま
d. くるま
e. うま
f. さくら
g. かえる
h. へや
i. ゆき
j. はれ
k. たいいくかん
Rubric
Task Completion (1-8 pts): Completion of the task
Mechanics (1-16 pts): Accurate spelling
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