Japanese Reading and Writing: Advanced - Event Details
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Japanese Reading and Writing: Advanced
Location: CH 6
This class will focus on Japanese reading, writing and speech in order to help the students’ ability to advance conversation skills. This class will challenge students to expand their practical knowledge of the origin and history of Japanese vocabulary and Kanji.
September 11 - December 4, 2017, Mondays
Instructor: Hiroko Igarashi
Instructor Hiroko Igarashi has a BS in Mathematics, BA in Communications and MA in China-US Relations. She has many years of experience teaching Japanese to children and adults in the community, and as a UH Hilo Lecturer. Her classes are practical, fun and interactive, helping students to get the most out of every session.
Special Restrictions: Tuition
Continuing Students: $175
New Students: $185
Required: New students who would like to join must be able to easily read Hiragana and Katakana, the rudiments of Kanji and be familiar with fundamental sentence structure.Kanken Level 9
New students will be provided with an additional textbook, Kokugo 1.
For more information, contact: CCECS@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7830
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