Japanese units 2

University of Tasmania
Japanese Units - 1996


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Second year (200 level)

Students must pass both HMJ201 and HMJ202 before proceeding to 300 level units. HMJ201 and HMJ202 may be taken together in the same year or consecutively, with HMJ201 taken first.



HMJ201 Japanese 2 Language Skills A

Develops grammatically correct and fluent control of the spoken language. Some attention is given to the writing of Japanese.
May be studied as HAS220.

Special notes
teaching staff Mrs T Ueki-Sabine, Ms F Maejima
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [20%]
teaching pattern full year - 2x1-hour lectures, 1.5-hour tutorial a week (26 weeks)
prerequisites HMJ100 or TCE Stage 4 (HA) or equiv
corequisites
mutual exclusions
method of assessment weekly exercises and short tests (35%), continuous assessment of oral skills (10%), midyear oral exam (5%), 2-hour exam in June (15%), end-of-year oral exam (10%), 3-hour exam in Nov (25%)
required texts, etc
recommended reading

Course: Bachelor of Arts (R3A)







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HMJ202 Japanese 2 Language Skills B

Develops reading skills (1 hour a week) through reading of graded texts and performance of comprehension and structure tasks, and oral/aural skills (1.5 hours a week) through Video-based oral/aural work.
May be studied as HAS221.

Special notes
teaching staff Dr M Flutsch, Ms F Maejima
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [20%]
teaching pattern full year - 2x1-hour lectures, 1.5-hour tutorial a week (26 weeks)
prerequisites HMJ100 or TCE Stage 4 (HA) or equiv
corequisites HMJ201
mutual exclusions
method of assessment continuous assessment for oral/aural (50%), 2-hour exam in June (20%), 3-hour exam in Nov (30%)
required texts, etc
reading passages and video materials to be provided by the department. Dictionaries.
recommended reading

Course: Bachelor of Arts (R3A)







Staff of the Department of Modern Languages
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© University of Tasmania, 1996.
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