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Level 2 Japanese

Level 2

Course Code: 2LJPN
Who can I talk to: Mrs Bremner

Learning a language provides many opportunities for critical, creative and logical thinking. Students will develop study and self management skills due to the consistent and progressive; nature of learning a language and the frequent need to practice and revise language; continue to build their confidence in using the language by participating in and contributing to a variety of language activities, including peer interactions and self-managed on-line learning; continue to make connections within the new language and with their own language; and develop and clarify their own values and beliefs and also demonstrate respect and sensitivity to people whose values and attitudes may differ from their own.

Course Information

What Knowledge Will I Develop?

Students will be able to respond to and use a wider variety of more complex language. They will able to organise and analyse language which expresses information and justifies personal opinions and ideas. They will be introduced to informal language and be able to use language variably and effectively in different text types and for different purposes.

How Will The Course Contribute To My Qualification?

Code Title Credits Internal External Core Optional L1 Literacy L1 Numeracy UE Reading UE Writing Date
AS91136 Demonstarate understanding of a variety of written Japanese texts 5 y y 15-11-2021
AS91133 Demonstrate understanding of a variety of spoken Japanese texts. 5 y y 15-11-2021
AS91554 Give a spoken presentation in Japanese 3 y y 20-09-2021
AS91137 Write a variety of text types in Japanese using resources 5 y y 03-05-2021
Credits: 14-19
Does this course provide a pathway to University Entrance? Yes

Entry Requirements

Satisfactory achievement from previous level of study;

Course Related Costs

No course costs for students.

Companion Subjects

Any subject from the Social Sciences Faculty, including Accounting and Economics.

Subject Combination Notes

Not applicable

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