Beginning Japanese II

Designed for students who have completed approximately 150 hours of formal training in Japanese. Students must be able to read and write hiragana, katakana, and 100 to 150 kanji. The course will begin with a review of basic patters and move quickly to cover new materials. In addition to the materials provided by the textbook, authentic materials (e.g. television, films, Internet, newspaper, etc.) will be incorporated into the instruction.

Required Text:

Hatasa, Hatasa & Makino, Nakama 2, Enhanced Edition ISBN-10: 1285-45374-3 ISBN-13: 978-1285453743

Hatasa, Hatasa & Makino, Nakma 2 Student Activity Manual that goes with the Enhanced edition ISBN-10: 0547171706, ISBN-13: 978-0547171708
Japanese Studies
Language School
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Summer 2015 Language Schools

JAPN3202A-L15 Lecture (Itoh, Sogabe)

Summer 2014 Language Schools

JAPN3202A-L14 Lecture (Itoh, Muramatsu, Sogabe, Yanagisawa)

Summer 2013

JAPN3202A-L13 Lecture (Sogabe)

Summer 2012

JAPN3202A-L12 Lecture (Hamada, Ikeda, Sogabe, Yonemoto)

Summer 2011

JAPN3202A-L11 Lecture (Hamada, Hattori, Itoh, Konoeda, Sogabe)

Summer 2010

JAPN3202A-L10 Lecture (Sogabe)

Summer 2009

JAPN3202A-L09 Lecture (Muramatsu)

Summer 2008

JAPN3202A-L08 Lecture (Muramatsu)

Summer 2007

JAPN3202A-L07 Lecture (Ikeda, Kobayashi, Muramatsu, Ujihara)

Summer 2006

JAPN3202A-L06 Lecture (Hanzawa, Muramatsu, Okudera, Ujihara)

Summer 2005

JAPN3202A-L05 Lecture (Hanzawa, Muramatsu, Nakazawa, Okudera)

Summer 2004

JAPN3202A-L04 Lecture (Hanai)