Japanese School of Languages and Cultures

FALL 2016 Courses

JPNS 101 Japanese Level I
M-F        TBA
Introduction to standard Japanese. Focus on both spoken and written forms. Relevant cultural aspects, Writing system with 85 kanji.

JPNS 102 Japanese Level II
M-F        TBA
A continuation of the study of elementary Japanese. Task-oriented activities will be incorporated to encourage language use as well as pattern practice for linguistic accuracy. Relevant cultural aspects will be introduced. 120 Kanji.

JPNS 201 Japanese Level III
M-F        TBA
Intermediate Japanese. Focus on both spoken and written forms. Some authentic materials. 110 kanji.
 
JPNS 202 Japanese Level IV
M-F        TBA
Continuation of intermediate Japanese. Focus on both spoken and written forms. Active use of authentic materials. 150 kanji.
 
JPNS 280 Intriduction to Modern Japanese Civilization
MWF     
  
JPNS 302 Japanese Level VI
MWF     TBA
Further work to develop skills in Japanese. Extensive use of authentic materials dealing with current issues of Japanese society.
 
JPNS 330 Japanese Cinema
TWR          Sekine

JPNS 341 Japanese Literature I: Japanese Modern Literature
TR           Sekine

JPNS 363 Relationship of Japanese Language and Society
TR        Wei
 
JPNS 402 Japanese Level VIII
MWF     TBA
 
JPNS 480  Japanese Civilization
TR      Wei
Study of contemporary Japanese culture. Topics include geography, history, family, education, society, religions, and life values.

JPNS 490 Japanese Culinary Culture
TR          Hatasa

JPNS 596  IT applications in Japanese Teaching
TR         Fukada

JPNS 596 Acoustics of Speach
TR         Dmitrieva

JPNS 596 Morphology
An examination of the role of morphology in language. The course will explore inflectional and derivational morphology, morphological categories and phenomena, and their implementation in grammars.
Instructor: Prof. Robert Channon

JPNS 679 Comp. Methods in Applied Linguistics
TR         Fukada        

JPNS 679 Second Language Adquisition and Bilingualism
TR          Cuza

JPNS 679 Morphology
An examination of the role of morphology in language. The course will explore inflectional and derivational morphology, morphological categories and phenomena, and their implementation in grammars.
Instructor: Prof. Robert Channon

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