飛鳥学院|神奈川県|横浜市|日本語学校|

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Curriculum

 

Curriculum

Curriculum
 
PREPARATORY COURSE
            COURSE        TIME OF ENTRANCE
  Two year course       Admission in April
  One- year-and-nine month course       Admission in July
  One-and-a-half year course       Admission in October
  One-year-and-three month course       Admission in January
※ The preparatory course
· is a comprehensive five-day course for college-bound students.
· is designed to make students understand grammatical structures by using basic sentence patterns and to master 4 language skills (i.e., speaking, listening, reading, and writing) required in taking classes at institutes of higher education in Japan.
· gives students quarterly test so that they could assess their language abilities every three months and consult with their teachers on how to effectively study Japanese.
· divides students into classes by their skill levels and
· groups classes for intermediate-level and advanced-level students according to their skill levels and their purposes so that they could study in a class suited for their abilities.

※ Course Hour 4 hours/day *5 days from Monday through Friday (20 hours/week)
       Morning Class       Daytime Class
  1st and 2nd periods    9:30~11:00    13:15~14:45
  3rd and 4th periods  11:15~12:45    15:00~16:30
 
SHORT-TERM COURSE
※ The short-term course
· is for those living in Japan to learn everyday conversational skills.
· is tailored to fit individual needs to learn practical Japanese, which vary from improving vocabulary and grammar skills to knowing Japanese culture and customs.
· has classes giving practical instruction and guidance aimed at passing Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT N2 and N1).

※ Course Hour Months for starting classes: April, July, October, and January
· 3-day courses for Beginners and 2-day courses for Intermediate and Advanced
· Each 3-month course
9:30~11:50 (has 5-minute break)
        Lecture Days of a Week
  Beginners I course     Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
  Beginners II course     Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
  Intermediate course     Tuesday and Thursday
  Advanced course     Tuesday and Thursday
 

Programs of Study

Programs of Study
  Beginners Build basic grammar, kanji, vocabulary, and expression skills useful for daily life.
Develop practical communication skills to express one’s idea by studying basic sentence patterns.
Learn to read and write simple sentences.
  Intermediate Learn grammar systematically and build up vocabulary and  kanji to acquire natural Japanese.
Develop expression skills to offer a logical explanation about what one thinks or what is going on in society.
Develop listening and reading comprehension abilities using various materials.
Have lessons geared for the preparation of the Japanese
Language Proficiency Test (N2 level), the Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students, and essays.
  Advanced Acquire high-level Japanese skills by studying rich expressions,vocabulary and kanji.
Acquire skills to exchange and describe opinions by making full use of already-learned vocabulary and grammar.
Have lessons geared for the preparation of the Japanese
Language Proficiency Test (N1 level).
   
※ Depending on the timing of enrollment, classes are further grouped according to the level of each student.
   Apr.~  Jan.~  Oct.~
 2 Yr. Course  Beginners (9months)  Intermediate (9months)  Advanced (6months)
   Jul.~  Jan.~  Oct.~
 1.9 Yr. Course  Beginners (6m.)  Intermediate (9months)  Advanced (6months)
    Oct.~  Jul.~  Jan.~
 1.6 Yr. Course  Beginners (9m)  Intermediate (6m.)  Advanced (3 months)
   Jan.~  Jul.~  Jan.~
 1.3 Yr. Course  Beginners (6m.)   Intermediate (6m.)  Advanced (3 months)
 

SHORT-TERM COURSE

SHORT-TERM COURSE
  Beginners Learn how to read hiragana and katakana and to write hiragana.
Learn entry-level grammar and vocabulary putting emphasis on speaking and listening to acquire minimum Japanese ability required for daily life.
  Intermediate Learn how to read and write katakana.
Learn basic grammar, vocabulary, and useful expression for daily life.
Understand Japanese culture and customs, and acquire communication skills useful for real-life situations.
Develop listening and reading comprehension abilities.
  Advanced Acquire comprehensive ability to read, write, listen, and speak Japanese.
Acquire high-level communication skills to express opinions and to discuss on current events using a newspaper or other materials.
Have lessons geared for the preparation of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (N1/N2 levels).
<<飛鳥学院>> 〒231-0066 神奈川県横浜市中区日ノ出町1丁目36番地 TEL:045-231-2811 FAX:045-231-2827