Japanese 3 (Open Access)

Centre for Modern Languages, School of Languages, Cultures, Art History and Music

College of Arts and Law


Code 15715

Level of study First Year

Credit value 10

Semester Across both

Pre-requisite modules 15713

Module description

This module will build upon the knowledge acquired in LC Level 2 (Open Access). The course aims at the acquisition of a sound grammatical knowledge and more complex grammar for communicative competence and developing further skills to cope with various daily situations. By the end of this course, you are expected to be able to talk about you experience, ability, reasoning, etc. You also learn approximately 100 Kanji (Japanese Chinese script).

Aspects of modern Japan will be introduced.

Teaching and learning methods

Practical language classes involving both whole-group and small-group/pair-work activities with emphasis on oral communication, use of visual aids, audio/video recordings and use of language laboratory where appropriate.