Japanese for Young People Kana Workbook by Association for Japanese Language Teaching


Japanese for Young People Kana Workbook by Association for Japanese Language Teaching

The first of a three-level series (with an optional starter level for elementary students) designed primarily for junior-high and high school curricula. Systemic Japanese-language acquisition through a structured learning process is the main feature of the course. Co-ordinating structure and verbal communication skills, the Kana workbook features over 100 pages of activities and games to familiarize young students with the written language before advancing to the next level in the series.

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144 pages


Association for Japanese Language Teaching
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Publication date

1st July 1998



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