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Text Books and References TEXT BOOKS 1. Japanese Hiragana and Katakana for beginners, Timothy G. Stout, 2011 ... +2 Level English Nil required, electi...

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Course Number and Name BJP201 – JAPANESE Credits and Contact Hours 3 & 45 Course Coordinator’s Name Dr. V. Manimozhi Text Books and References TEXT BOOKS 1. Japanese Hiragana and Katakana for beginners, Timothy G. Stout, 2011 2. Genki I: An integrated course in elementary Japanese, Eri Banno and Yuko Ikeda, 2011 REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Japanese Reader collection Volume I, Yumi Boutwell and Clay Boutwell, Kotoba books, 2013 2. Living Language Japanese Complete Edition beginners through advanced course, Living Language, 2012 Course Description To have a basic knowledge of Japanese language, Japanese culture and heritage To impart knowledge Japanese lifestyle. To give sufficient exposure to develop basic conversational skills. Prerequisites Co-requisites +2 Level English Nil required, elective, or selected elective (as per Table 5-1) Required Course Outcomes (COs) CO1 Will have a basic knowledge of the language CO2

Will acquire reading and writing skills.

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Will develop basic conversational skills.

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Will understand Japanese lifestyle

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Will gain confidence to survive in a global environment

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Will have attained to survive and adopt change in a foreign culture .

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List of Topics Covered UNIT ICULTURAL HERITAGE

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Introduction-history and origin of Japanese language-Japan and its cultural heritage-Self introductioncounting numbers (1-100)-time-conversation with the use of audio devices, grammar– usage of particles wa, no, mo and ka UNIT IIUSAGE

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Greetings, seasons, days of the week and months of the year-numbers (up to 99,999)-grammar– usage of kore, sore, are, kono, sono, ano, koko and kochira, arimasu and imasu-i-ending and na-ending adjectivesuse of audio and drills for practice UNIT IIIORAL

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Asking the price–associated vocabulary-usage of particles ni, ga and ne- use of audio and drills for practice-Introduction to basic Kanji characters- use of audio and drills for practice UNIT IVART AND CULTURE

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Family relationships- colours-Kanji (numbers) and festivals of Japan-religion-Japanese art and cultureikebana, origami-introduction to hiragana- use of audio and drills for practice UNIT VDRILLS AND PRACTICE

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Vocobulary associated with directions-asking way-particles – e, de, mo, koko, soko, asoko, doko, nani, mae, ushiro, ue, shita- use of audio and drills for practice-introduction to katakana