Japanese Language Courses in Term 2, 2016

Classes for Term 2 are now in progress.
Class information for Term 3 will be available in early June.

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Beginner’s Language Course Information Session for Term 3, 2016

We will be offering new classes in our Starter and Elementary 1 Courses from mid-July, on weekday mornings. Free information sessions are available, introducing the course structure and textbooks, including a small demonstration lesson.

1) Tuesday 31 May 10:30am – 11:30am (Starter Course)
2) Wednesday 1 June 10:30am – 11:30am (Elementary 1 Course)

All are welcome. Please e-mail jcourse@jpf.org.au to book.

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Intensive Seminar

Applications for our next Intensive Seminar for Secondary Teachers in January 2016 are now open!
This seminar will enable teachers to develop language skills, gain confidence using Japanese, and to develop language teaching strategies and skills which they can apply in their own classrooms.

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Classroom Resources
This web-page contains a collection of classroom resources and activities for Japanese classes which have been created by The Japan Foundation, Sydney.Resources are aimed at 3levels (Primary, Junior Secondary, Senior Secondary) and you can find them quickly by using tags.
Senseis' Voices

This page, as the name suggests, is all about delivering the voices and opinions of both the JF, Sydney language consultants and you, the teachers at the forefront.

National Symposium on Japanese Language Education (NSJLE)
Visible and Valuable
The National Symposium on Japanese Language Education: 2016 will be held on 4-5 November 2016 at the University Of Melbourne Law Building, 185 Pelham Street, Carlton. The registration is now OPEN.
Student Contests

The Japan Foundation, Sydney runs several competitions for students of Japanese in Australia and New Zealand. Use your Japanese to make a film, be inspired by Japanese art, and take the world by storm at Speech Contest!

J-Basic Online for Teachers

J-Basic is designed for teachers of Japanese to brush up on their language skills.
Ideal for teachers in rural or remote areas, or for those who do not have time for face-to-face classes.

IWB Resources - コンビニすごろく

“コンビニすごろく” is an Interactive Whiteboard resource which contains activities for learning and practicing vocabulary and expressions related to convenience stores in Japan, through the game of Sugoroku.