Duration: 6 months
The Japanese Language Learning course at Daffodil Institute of Science & Technology is designed to provide comprehensive training in the Japanese language, catering to individuals interested in acquiring proficiency in speaking, listening, reading, and writing Japanese. Participants will gain essential language skills and cultural insights to effectively communicate in Japanese-speaking environments.
Basic Japanese Grammar: Participants learn fundamental Japanese grammar rules, including sentence structure, verb conjugation, particles, tenses, and basic vocabulary building to form coherent sentences.
Japanese Pronunciation and Intonation: This module focuses on Japanese pronunciation, intonation, and accent patterns through phonetic drills, listening exercises, and speaking practice to improve spoken communication skills.
Vocabulary Building: Students expand their Japanese vocabulary through thematic vocabulary sets, everyday expressions, idiomatic phrases, and context-based learning for practical communication in various situations.
Kanji and Kana: This section covers the fundamentals of Japanese writing systems, including kanji (Chinese characters) and kana (hiragana and katakana), enabling participants to read and write Japanese characters effectively.
Reading Comprehension: Participants develop reading comprehension skills through graded reading materials, short stories, newspaper articles, and authentic Japanese texts to improve reading fluency and understanding.
Writing Skills: Students learn Japanese writing skills, including basic writing structures, sentence formation, paragraph development, and formal/informal writing styles to express ideas clearly and accurately in writing.
Listening and Speaking Practice: This module includes listening comprehension exercises, dialogues, role-plays, and conversational practice sessions to improve listening comprehension and spoken communication skills in Japanese.
Japanese Culture and Society: Students gain insights into Japanese culture, traditions, customs, etiquette, and societal norms through cultural discussions, presentations, and multimedia resources to enhance cultural understanding and language proficiency.
Interactive language practice sessions and group activities allow students to apply language skills in real-life scenarios, including conversations, discussions, interviews, and presentations.
Language immersion activities such as watching Japanese movies, listening to Japanese music, and participating in cultural events provide opportunities for practical language application and cultural immersion.
Regular quizzes, assignments, oral presentations, and practical assessments evaluate student language proficiency and progress in speaking, listening, reading, and writing Japanese.
A final language proficiency examination assesses comprehensive knowledge and skills acquired during the course.
Upon successful completion of the course and passing the final language proficiency examination, students receive a certificate in Japanese Language Learning from Daffodil Institute of Language.
The Japanese Language Learning course equips participants with essential language skills and cultural insights required to communicate effectively in Japanese-speaking environments. With practical language practice and cultural immersion, students are prepared to engage confidently in Japanese-speaking communities, pursue further studies, or explore career opportunities that require Japanese language proficiency.