Monday, February 24, 2014

If You Teach Japanese, Here Are 16 Resources

It's not exactly taught in every American high school, mainly because it is more difficult to learn than Spanish, French or Italian. Japanese can be found on the college level, especially when business majors are looking to work for a Japanese company. A friend of mine who is CPA learned Japanese for his job. At any age, it is a challenging language.

About Japan-from the Japan Society; from Haiku to Japanese architecture

American Association of Teachers of Japanese

Basics of Japanese Culture

The Japan Foundation- featured Websites and resources

Northeast Council of Teachers of Japanese- covers the east coast of the United States

Basic Phrases in Japanese- mp3 files for students to listen

Complete Guide to Japanese

Japanese Foreign Language Worksheets and Printables for Kids- from; beginners

Japanese Grammar/Expressions Lessons- many resources from

Japanese Grammar Guide

Japanese Lesson Plans- from TeAchnology- worksheets, puzzles all about Japan

JapanesePod101- large video collection on their youtube channel

Learn Japanese- flash cards, activities, videos

Lesson Plans on Japan- covers art, culture, education, geography, history, literature, politics, religion

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