Foreign Language Study

Japanese, the Spoken Language

Author: Eleanor Harz Jorden

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Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 416

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This three-volume textbook stresses Japanese as it is spoken today in Japan. Jorden has introduced the language in a totally systematic fashion and in manageable segments, so that students who have mastered the material in the book can handle the spoken language with considerable facility. Supplementary material provides outlines for the utilization of what has been introduced, check-ups on structure, and comprehension checks based on accompanying audiotapes.
Foreign Language Study

Japanese - The Spoken Language

Author: Eleanor Harz Jorden

Publisher: Yale Language Series

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Category: Foreign Language Study

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This three-volume textbook stresses Japanese as it is spoken today in Japan. Jordan has introduced the language in a totally systematic fashion and in manageable segments, so that students who have mastered the material in the book can handle the spoken language with considerable facility.
Foreign Language Study

User's Guide to Japanese

Author: Mari Noda

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Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 86

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This interactive CD-ROM program is a powerful tool for beginning learners of Japanese. It is based on the popular textbook Japanese: The Spoken Language, Part I (Yale University Press, 1987). The two-disc set -- available in Macintosh and PC formats -- reflects JSL's sound methodology and, in a rich multimedia environment, complements the textbook with an innovative, interactive, and user-friendly design. It contains 125 "Core Conversation" video clips, activities for practice in context, helpful explanations about language and culture, and tools for student review and assessment, with native conversation models throughout. Whether used in the classroom or for self-study, the CD-ROM program helps students to communicate successfully in Japanese and makes learning both enjoyable and rewarding. A User's Guide, included with the CD-ROMs (and also sold separately), offers clear, concise instructions for the program's most effective use. In addition, it provides comprehensive guidance for learners of Japanese and answers to some of their commonly asked questions. A Faculty Guide is also available to help instructors incorporate into their curricula the components of Japanese: The Spoken Language, Multimedia Collection -- a grouping of new and previously published text, audio, video, and CD-ROM materials that together form a complete package for learning and teaching spoken Japanese at the beginning level.
Foreign Language Study

Japanese - The Spoken Language

Author: Eleanor Harz Jorden

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Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 76

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Japanese: The Spoken Language has been written by Eleanor Harz Jorden, with collaboration by Mari Noda, to replace her widely used Beginning Japanese in introductory and intermediate courses. Extensive changes and innovations are incorporated into this three-volume textbook to improve it as a teaching tool. Stressing Japanese as it is spoken today in Japan, the books introduce the language in a totally systematic fashion and in manageable segments, so that students who have mastered the full thirty lessons can handle the spoken language with considerable facility. The core conversations--all brief and natural--cover situations in which foreigners typically find themselves interacting with Japanese. They include topics ranging from asking directions and ordering a meal to more challenging discussions on how to refuse, criticize, disagree, and complain. Hundreds of drills--incorporating thousands of exchanges--are all in a response format, so that each exchange constitutes a mini-conversation. Explanations, presented in the detail and depth that a newcomer to the Japanese language urgently requires, offers not only linguistic analysis but also careful descriptions of how the language is used within Japanese society. They include such important topics as hierarchy, in-group/out-group differentiation, and avoidance of confrontation. Supplementary material provides outlines for the utilization of what has been introduced, check-ups on structure, and comprehension checks based on accompanying audiotapes.
Japanese language

Japanese

Author: Eleanor Harz Jorden

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Category: Japanese language

Page: 144

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"This book is a companion to Japanese: the spoken language and reading Japanese (3 pts. each 3 vols) ... Students will be introduced to katakana, hiragana, and basic Chinese characters over the course of all 3 parts. This book (pt. 1, v. 1) has an accompanying workbook ... plus flashcards & audio material"--Publisher supplied.
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Japanese

Author: Eleanor Harz Jorden

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Category: Agricultural laborers

Page: 293

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Foreign Language Study

Japanese

Author: Eleanor Harz Jorden

Publisher: Cheng & Tsui

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Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 502

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This companion to the bestselling Japanese: the Spoken Language begins with the two kana syllabaries and introduces approximately 300 kanji, following the Spoken Language text les

Japanese

Author: Eleanor Harz Jorden

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Japanese language

Japanese

Author: Eleanor Harz Jorden

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Category: Japanese language

Page: 132

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Japanese

Author: Eleanor Harz Jorden

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Japanese language

Japanese

Author: Eleanor Harz Jorden

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Category: Japanese language

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Japanese language

Japanese

Author: Eleanor Harz Jorden

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Category: Japanese language

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