Provides the basic levels of Japanese needed for entry into college, based on the four skills (speaking, listening, reading and writing), including basic sentence formation, practical application, pronunciation, kanji practice, etc.
Intermediate and Upper-Intermediate skills are taught using textbooks. Also offered classes are focusing on the subject test of “Japanese as a Foreign Language” of the Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU).
Preparation for EJU
All students in the Japanese Language Section for International Students take this exam in November. Aiming for scores of over 200, special classes have been set up to help students prepare for this exam.
|1||Listening and Reading||Japanese II||Japanese II||Japanese II|
|2||Japanese II||Japanese II||Japanese II||Japanese II||Japanese II|
|4||Learning Japanese through Drama||Japanese II||Japanese Culture and Society||Advanced Writing||Advanced Vocabulary|
*”JapaneseⅡ” is a subject offered by team teaching.
Orientation for 1st Semester
Cherry Blossom Viewing
|June||Outdoor Trip (to Mt Zao, Yamadera, etc.)|
|July||Tea Ceremony Experience
|September||Orientation for 2nd Semester
Imonikai (Special potato stew party)
|February||International Relations Exchange
Entrance Exam for Foreign Students
|March||Graduation Ceremony and Party|