The module is offered to undergraduates who already have a good knowledge of Japanese (i.e. good A level or equivalent). Please note that students who studied Japanese 4 during Oct 2007-Jun 2011 are not permitted to take this module. This is due to re-structuring of existing Japanese courses 1-4
The module develops further competence in practical use of Japanese in a social, study and work-related context. Students will learn to accomplish a wide range of communicative tasks in an accurate, fluent and approriate manner. Students will also gain further insights into the modern and traditional culture and society of Japan.
This 30 credit module is also available as 24 credits.
2 hours language class each week for 21 weeks.
Chuukyuu e ikou; 3A Corporation,Japan 2004; 978-4883193271
Learning Outcomes:By the end of the module, students will have:
- Important Notes
- Languages@Warwick online support
- Speaking Examinations Information for Students
- Test/exam marks in the Language Centre
- Grammar Skills
Interim tests (Reading, Writing and Listening) (Term 1)
1 portfolio (ongoing terms 1 & 2),
1 oral examination (Term 3)
1 final examination (Term 3)
Exam summary and Skills weighting: Assessment
Marking criteria (written): Marking criteria (written) Chinese/Japanese level 5
Marking criteria (oral): Marking criteria (oral) levels 3, 4, 5