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lessons 6-10

Japanese Lessons 6-10

Greetings and Salutations

 

Focus/Review:              Teacher will give final test for alphabet by asking students to review by playing karuta in groups of 5 (winner gets 5 bonus points on test).

Teacher gives test by writing the week’s vocabulary from Romaji to Japanese.

 

Vocabulary:

Day of the week

English

Romaji

Japanese

Monday

Good morning

Ohayou gozaimasu

 

Monday

Good afternoon

Konnichiwa

 

Monday

Good evening

Konbanwa

 

Monday

Good night

Oyasuminasai

 

Monday

Hello

Konnichiwa/osu

 

Monday

Goodbye

Sayounara/mata ne/ja ne/bai bai

 

Tuesday

I’m home

Tadaima

 

Tuesday

Welcome back

Okaerinasai

 

Tuesday

I’m leaving

Ittekimasu

 

Tuesday

Go, and be welcome

Itterashai

 

Tuesday

Thank you for inviting me to your house.

Ojamashimasu

 

Tuesday

Thank you for inviting me to your house.  I hope I was not a bother.

Ojamashimashita

 

Wednesday

Welcome to our business

Irasshaimase

 

Wednesday

Thank you for the meal (before)

Itadakimasu

 

Wednesday

Thank you for the meal (after)

Gochisosama deshita

 

Wednesday

Thank you very much

Doumo arigatou gozaimasu

 

Wednesday

Sorry

Gomennasai

 

Wednesday

Excuse me

Shitsureishimasu/sumimasen

 

Wednesday

You’re welcome

Dou itashimashite

 

Thursday

Good job today

Otsukaresama deshita

 

Thursday

What is your name?

O namae wa nan desu ka?

 

Thursday

Nice to meet you

Hajimemashite.  Douzo yoroshiku onegaishimasu.

 

Thursday

Nice to meet you, too.

Hajimemashite.  Kochira koso.

 

Thursday

Where are you from?

Doko kara kimashita ka?

 

Thursday

What is your hobby?

Shumi wa nan desu ka?

 

 

Teacher Input:              Teacher goes over the vocabulary, students will grade their tests simultaneously, pronunciation and situations.

 

Guided Practice:              Teacher and students go over vocabulary with role-play skits. 

On Thursday, the teacher will elicit response for different country names.  Also, s/he will help create a list of hobbies.

Example:

English

Japanese

USA

Amerika

Canada

Kanada

England

Igirisu

China

Chuukoku

Japan

Nihon

Korea

Kankoku

Germany

Doitsu

Italy

Itaria

English

Japanese

Tea ceremony

Cha-no-yu

Flower arrangement

Ikebana

Archery

Kyuudou

Karate

Karate

Judo

Judo

Taiko

Taiko

Swimming

Oyogimasu

Volleyball

Bare-boru

Baseball

Yakyuu

Basketball

Basuketo

Soccer

Sa-ka

Tennis

Tenisu

Ping pong

Teburu tenisu 

Watching movies

Eiga wo miru

Watching TV

Terebi wo miru

Reading books

Hon wo yomu

Climbing mountains

Yama wo noboru

 

Independent Practice:              Students will interact with each other in Japanese.  The                                                            day’s vocabulary will become the next day’s                                                                       

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About charleswinstead

having lived in japan for 3.5 years i wish to "go back to the island" as often as i can. i lived from 1999-2003. i went back in 2007, then again in 2011. i am a full time teacher, so the best time to go for me is during the summer vacation. it works out well because i love the sensational feelings i get in japan during the summer...especially playing taiko and eating lots of ma-cha ice.

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