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i JAPAN212: Second Year Japanese
Winter Quarter 2010
University of Washington
Course Web Site:
http://courses.washington.edu/jlang212/Japan212_W10/Japan212_home.htm
Teaching Staff:
Lecturer: Kaoru Ohta Gowen 246 206.543.6936
kaoru@u.washington.edu
Office Hours: M/W 10:30-11:30
Teaching Assistants:
Koyama, Takanori Gowen M226 206.616.0995
Schmidt-Hori, Sachi
Yamamoto, Shimpei
Yanai, Asako
Course Description:
Japan 212 is the second of three quarters of second-year Japanese. (211-212-213). The purpose of
the course is to continue building a solid foundation in speaking, listening, reading, and writing,
with classroom and homework activities designed to help students achieve a practical command of
the language. Approximately 90 Kanji will be introduced in this course.
Prerequisites:
The prerequisite is Japan 211 or equivalent. Students who have not taken Japan 211 should
consult with the lecturer for further placement.
Adding/Dropping:
If you realize this course is NOT appropriate for you, please drop as soon as possible and let your
instructor know. Entry codes will be issued in quiz sections on Monday in Week 2, as we find
spots available.
Class Time and Locations:
Lecture A T/TH 8:30-9:20 DEN216 Ohta
Lecture B T/TH 10:30-11:20 DEN216 Ohta
Lecture C T/TH 11:30-12:20 DEN216 Ohta
Sec. A MWF 8:30-9:20 PAR322 Yamamoto
Sec. B MWF 9:30-10:20 PAR322 Yamamoto
Sec. C MWF 9:30-10:20 PAR310 Koyama
Sec. D MWF 10:30-11:20 PAR310 Koyama
Sec. E MWF 10:30-11:20 PAR 120 Yanai
Sec. F MWF 11:30-12:20 PAR 120 Yanai
Sec. G MWF 11:30-12:20 PAR 305 Schmidt-Hori
Sec. H MWF 12:30-1:20 PAR 305 Schmidt-Hori
ii Course Materials:
Course Materials:
1. Textbook and Workbook Nakama 2 available at UW Bookstore
2. Course Packet (required) available at UW Bookstore
3. Homework Answer Key available from the course website.
4. Audio tapes for Lab Manual
LLC Online Language Resources
https://depts.washington.edu/llc/olr/japanese/JPN_003/index.php (also a link on the
course website)
a) Student CD: This comes packaged with the textbook. It contains
recordings of the dialogues and listening activities from the textbook.
b) CDs for Lab Manual: You may purchase the CDs at the LLC or on-line.
http://haole.languages.washington.edu/ordering/
c) You can also listen to the tapes in the lab. (LLC, Denny 116)
5. Recommended materials: Makino, S and M. Tsutsui, A Dictionary of Basic Japanese
Grammar (The Japan Times) --available at UW Bookstore
Expectations:
Students are expected to:
♦ Prepare for class each day by studying ahead.
♦ Review after class each day through doing homework and practicing.
(This includes going over activities done that day, studying vocabulary, practicing
with classmates, and memorizing kanji.)
♦ Use the answer key after doing the homework. Try doing the assigned homework
and then check your answers with the answer key and correct them. Make a note of
what you don’t understand.
♦ Use office hours to get help with homework, ask questions, or learn about study
abroad or other Japanese classes.
♦ Studying with a study partner is highly recommended.
Lectures are designed to introduce grammar and provide some practice time. They are taught in
Japanese and English. Sections are conducted in Japanese only. You may ask questions about
grammar, etc., in English before or after the section, during the lecture, during office hours, and by
email. Active participation is expected. Section and lecture attendance is mandatory. If you miss a
class, it is your responsibility to obtain missed assignments, notes, and announcements from a
classmate.
Grade Breakdown
Participation (attendance/in-class evaluation) 15%
Quizzes 50%
Exam Ch.4-5 (1) 8%
Orals 7%
Homework 5%
Final Exam 15%
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Participation:
Your participation in class is absolutely necessary and very important to learn the language.
Students who are tardy will receive half credit, and students who are absent will receive no credit
each hour. Your in-class performance will be evaluated and weighs 10% of your grades (this
includes calling on students in class and pop quizzes).
Quizzes:
Weekly quizzes will cover the materials from the lecture and sections of the week. . There will
also be Kanji Quiz, covering Kanji introduced in lecture. Both weekly quizzes and Kanji quizzes
are given in lectures (see the schedule). You are NOT allowed to attend a different section to take
the quiz. Unscheduled vocabulary quizzes (you TA will announce when vocabulary quizzes will
be given).
Exam Ch.4-5:
This will include grammar/ vocab / kanji/ reading/ listening.
No make-up exam will be administerd. The only exception is for pre-arranged make-up due to
participation in official university business and for serious illness. (Documentation will be
required for both cases.)
Final Exam:
Final Exam will be given on Saturday 3/13 from_8:30am, and cover Ch.4-6. Location will be
announced later. The date is different from the scheduled exam date. Please make sure that your
personal schedule is adjusted, since no make-up final will be administered before or after this
date. If you have another exam scheduled to overlap with our final, you must inform the lecturer
by the end of Week 2 to make arrangements. No exceptions will be made.
Make-up Exam policy:
*No make-ups will be given for quizzes and exams. The policy of dropping the lowest quiz
grade permits flexibility and accommodates minor illnesses and personal business. The only
exceptions are for pre-arranged make-ups due to participation in official university business and
serious illness (documentation will be required), not for personal travel or social engagements.
Orals:
There will be an oral interview at the end of the quarter. During the interview, you will work in
pair, meet with your instructor to answer questions, conduct a skit in Japanese and you will be
asked to give an one-minute speech. In order to prepare for the one-minute speech, you will be
required to make oral recording on given subjects (see scheduled). Details for each oral essay will
be announced in class.
Homework:
Homework will be assigned daily and collected in quiz section (MWF). Turn in homework before
each class starts. Do not forget to staple if you have more than one page, and have your name and
section on the top of the first page. Homework will receive half credit if late but turned in on the
due date. Three types of homework are assigned:
iv • Workbook/lab manual: Answers must be checked using the answer key prior to submitting
homework—this is a part of the assignment. Use your own paper to do the exercises.
Workbook/lab manual homework will be collected in quiz section.
• Kanji/Composition homework: Kanji/Composition homework must be turned in in lecture.
Grading Scale:
% Numerical Letter % Numerical Letter % Numerical Letter % Numerical Letter
100 4.0 A 87 3.2 B 74 1.9 61 0.8
99 4.0 86 3.1 73 1.8 C- 60 0.7
98 4.0 85 3.0 72 1.7 59 0.0 F
97 3.9 A- 84 2.9 71 1.6
96 3.8 83 2.8 B- 70 1.5
95 3.8 82 2.7 69 1.4 D+
94 3.7 81 2.6 68 1.3
93 3.7 80 2.5 67 1.2
92 3.6 79 2.4 C+ 66 1.1 D
91 3.6 78 2.3 65 1.0
90 3.5 77 2.2 64 0.9
89 3.4 B+ 76 2.1 C 63 0.9
88 3.3 75 2.0 62 0.8 D-
Study Abroad:
Study abroad opportunities in Japan are available for students with any level of Japanese
proficiency, from beginning through advanced. Information can be obtained via
http://ipe.washington.edu. The Office of International Programs and Exchanges is located on 4F in
Schmitz Hall.
Student Conduct Code:
It is the expectation of the university that students are familiar with the Student Conduct Code.
Violations of the Student Conduct Code result in a variety of disciplinary actions, including
suspension or permanent dismissal from the University. For details, please refer to
http://www.washington.edu/students/handbook/conduct.html.
Concerns about your TA
If you have any concerns about your teaching assistant, please see the teaching assistant about these
concerns as soon as possible. If you are not comfortable talking with your TA, or not satisfied with
the response that you have received, you may contact the main course instructor.
If you are still not satisfied with the response, you may also contact Prof. Michael Shapiro, the
Chair of the Department of Asian Languages and Literature in Gowen 225. You may also contact
the Graduate School at 200 Gerberding Hall, by phone at 543-5900, or by e-mail at
elf@u.washington.edu
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J-Info Announcement List
You are welcome to subscribe to the “J-info” list, where announcements are posted for students
who are studying Japanese. Typical postings include Japan-related lectures, job announcements,
study abroad information, Japan-related events, etc. Students cannot send postings themselves, but
may send information to an instructor for posting.
To subscribe to J-info:
1) Compose a message to listproc@u.washington.edu
2) The text of the message should say: subscribe j-info
The portion of the above command in brackets should be replaced with your own name.
The brackets should not be included in the command.

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