Japanese Level 2
Teacher in Charge: Miss K. Takeda
This course builds on the skills and knowledge that has been learned in previous years. More advanced language is learned for each function. The topics covered are: family and school life in Japan.
• Say what you do as
preparation for future events
• Say the purpose of what you do
• Say what you like/don’t like doing
• Say what you want to try
• Ask someone to do something for you
• Explain what to do something
• Give directions and instructions
• Talk about your daily routine
• Say what you are able to do
• Say you have finished doing something
• Say you regret about what you have done
• Say when you do things
• Ask about, express probability and uncertainty
• Talk about your experience
• Make comparison
• Express the conditional
• Giving and Receiving
• Express limitation
• Express occasional events/activities
• Say not to do something
• Say when and what you do
• Say what people say
• Comment about future events/activities
• Say what you think
• Express stages of action
• Report what someone has said or written
• Describing more detail of people, objects, events and activities
• Express intention
• Express probability and uncertainty
Compare and contrast people, places and things
Describe people, places, things and experiences
Recognise and respond to descriptions of how something is done
Describe how something is done
Recognise, ask about and express purpose
Recognise and respond to descriptions of a sequence of activities and events
Describe activities and events in sequence
Report what someone said or wrote
Recognise gift-giving conventions, including the use of formal, polite language
Recognise, ask about, and express probability and uncertainty
Recommended Prior Learning
Achievement of: 13 credits in Level 1 Japanese, including passes in 1.4 (Reading) and 1.5 (Writing)
Assessment InformationStudents who study Level 2 Japanese can attempt all of the five NCEA Level 2 Japanese Achievement Standards.
This course is eligible for subject endorsement.
This course is approved for University Entrance.
Total Credits Available: 24 credits.
Externally Assessed Credits: 10 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 14 credits.
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