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Noah S. Brannen, (revised by) Katsuhisa Yamaguchi, Communicating with Japanese by The Total Method: Basic. Part 1/2

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Noah S. Brannen, (revised by) Katsuhisa Yamaguchi, Communicating with Japanese by The Total Method: Basic. Part 1/2
Издательство: Japan Missionary Language Institute
Дата: 1976, исправленное издание: Июнь 1992
Количество страниц: 444
Тип книги: Первый том двухтомного учебника Японского языка
This text contains the first half of forty lessons which constitute the basic course in a three-part curriculum which includes basic, intermediate and advanced. This total curriculum is designed to cover approximately two years of concentrated study.
This approach is neither wholly oral nor wholly written, but a combination of both elements. All four skills-hearing, speaking, reading, and writing-are taught simultaneously. So this approach to the study of Japanese named the "total method".
Each lesson, consisting of vocabulary, kanji, drill, grammar, dialogue, reading, and exercises, is integrated around patterns. As the student progresses through the course he learns to expand, transform, and combine the patterns. This method reverses the random approach of many traditional Japanese language texts which take a conversation or reading selection and simply explain the patterns as they appear.
Each lesson contains a dialogue and a reading selection which reinforce the patterns under study by providing a natural context. A variety of practical situations for everyday conversation are presented, and the readings carry much information of an "orientation" nature for persons interested in Japanese life. A section is provided at the end of each lesson to allow for the inclusion of specialized vocabulary. This feature enables these texts to update the vocabulary with each revision to keep pace with the rapidly changing social and economic scene.
Features of this volume:
- Sound Patterns and the Writing System
- Lessons 1-
20. The volume introduces 7 basic patterns on which Japanese sentences are formed. Expansions of these basic patterns are accomplished by the addition of peripheral clause elements such as Location and Time, and by expanding phrases-noun phrase, adjective phrase, and verb phrase.
- Approximately 1080 vocabulary entries and 193 kanji plus 107 additional readings are presented.
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