Lesson 12 Cultural Discussion DUE
すいようび (suiyoubi-Wednesday)- Apr 29, 2015
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TODAY, continue to do your best! Look through your grades for lessons 8-11 and submit any missing work you have left to improve your grade! Grades will be due on Monday by 9pm for progress reports. Make sure you submit all your missing work ASAP. We have 3 and 1/2 weeks left in the course. Please do not get behind.
Your L12 Cultural Discussion is due. Please don't forget to submit that assignment on time, by 11:59pm TODAY! As well as all the 2 comments required.
L12 Cultural Notes talks about: にほんのスポーツ
Karate is a combative sport that came from China through Ryukyu Kingdom (present day Okinawa). The competitors of the match do not wear any kind of protection and use only their hands and fists. Compared to other combative sports, karate is a more practical martial art.
Kendo is Japanese-style fencing, which originated from kenjutsu, the most important martial art of the samurai. In the match, the competitor wears special protective gear and strikes at the opponent’s head, chest or hand with a bamboo sword.
Kyudo, which literally means The Way of the Bow, is considered by many to be the purest of all the martial ways. In the past, the Japanese bow was used for hunting, war, court ceremonies, games, and contests of skill.
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