Japanese 1 Week 10

Lesson 8

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News for Students/Parents/Guardians/ELA's:

This week in Japanese 1 (week 10), we are starting the new and final 9 weeks of Japanese!

This week in lesson 8: we are learning Katakana! The Katakana characters or this week will consist of "ア、イ、ウ、エ、オ、カ、キ、ク、ケ、コ、ガ、ギ、グ、ゲ、ゴ". Students will learn about music in Japan, as well as how to talk about what they do at home . The assignments needs to be submitted by the due date listed on the calendar. (✿◠‿◠)

Parents/Guardians/ELA's: Students needs to submit ALL assignments from here on out by the due dates!

Also, Here's the Parent Observer Access information for those of you who did get it or may have missed it: https://www.smore.com/93jzq (What is the Parent Observer Access--when signing up, you will be able to login to the course to see your students' progress as well as assignments, their grades, etc.

☆ Assignments for Wk 10-Lesson 8 ☆

Oct 31st-Nov 4th

  1. Due Mon: L8 content
  2. Due Tues (Nov 1st): L8 Writing Assignment (アーゴ)
  3. Due Wed: L8 Cultural Discussion Assignment
  4. Due Thurs: L8 Speaking Assignment
  5. Due Fri: L8 Quizzes
  6. Due Fri: L8 Language Coaching Sessions 1 & 2.

Study Tools, use to learn this week's カタカナ! ^o^

Link to website with animated stroke order for Katakana:

Katakana アーゴ Quizlet -Flashcards

Use this Quizlet to study your カタカナ (Katakana) for this week. There are many different varieties of study tools in this link. Please use this daily. ^o^

iPhone and iPad users! This is an AWESOME Katakana learning app.

You can use this app to help you learn your stroke order, as well as writing your Katakana! Please check it out!


Android users! This is an AWESOME Katakana learning app.

You can use this app to help you learn your stroke order, as well as writing your Katakana! Please check it out!


Study Tools, use to learn lesson 8 vocabulary:

Lesson 8 Vocabulary Flashcards!

Use this Quizlet to study your Lesson 8 vocabulary for this week. \^o^/

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