February 15, 2017
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Grade 56 Term 1 Japanese

This term the Grade 56 students will be focusing on developing their speaking skills through the food topic where they will be able to make role plays and further their vocabulary with grammar patterns. The hiragana for foods will also be explored.

Foods

たべもの – tar bear mono (food)                          のみもの – no me mono (drinks)

ごはん – gor harn (rice/meal)                                わさび – wa sar bee (wasabi)

すし – sue she (sushi)                                               さしみ – sa she me (raw fish)

くだもの – kudar mono (fruit)                                やさい – yasai (vegetables)

たまご – tar mar go (eggs)                                       さかな – sa car nar (fish)

とりにく- toe ree knee kur (chicken)                     うどん – u dorn (noodles)

Likes/Patterns

____をたべます。- or tar bear mas. ( I eat _)

____をたべません。- or tar bear mar sen. ( I don’t eat __)

__をのみます。- or no me mas. ( I drink _)

__をのみません。- or no me mar sen. ( I don’t drink __)

____がすきですか。 – ga ski des car (do you like ____?)

____がすきです。 – ga ski des (I like)

____がだいすきです。- ga die ski des (I love)

____がすきじゅないです。 – ga ski jya nai des (I don’t like)

February 13, 2017
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Grade 12 Japanese Term 1

During Term One students will be revisiting numbers and their patterns. Students will then learn the Japanese vocabulary for family members and various grammar patterns.

Kanji Numbers

1一 ( e che)                                                         11十一 (jew e che)       

2 二 (knee)                                                         12十二 (jew knee)

3三 (sun)                                                            13十三 (jew sun)

4四 (she/yon)                                                    14 十四 (jew she)

5五 (gor)                                                             15 十五 (jew gor)

6六 (roku)                                                          16十六 (jew roku)

7七 (nar nar/she che)                                      17 十七 (jew nar nar)

8八 (ha che)                                                      18 十八 (jew ha che)

9九 (q)                                                                19十九 (jew q)

10 十 (jew)                                                         20 二十 (knee jew) – 2 lots of ten

Family Members

おかあさん – mother (or car sun)

おとうさん – father (or tor sun)

おばあさん – grandmother (or bar sun)

おじいさん – grandfather (or gee sun)

おにいさん – older brother (or knee sun)

おねえさん – older sister (or ner sun)

おとうと – younger brother (or tor tor)

いもうと – younger sister (e mor tor)

だれですか。- Who’s that? (dar rer des car?)

何人ですか。- How many people? (nun kneen des car?)

February 13, 2017
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Foundation Term 1 Japanese

Foundation students will be introduced to some basic Japanese language and songs this term as well as bettering their cultural understanding of Japan.

Head, shoulders, knees and toes

Head, shoulders, knees and toes in Japanese uses the same tune as the English version.

Head, shoulders, knees and toes (r tar mar, kar tar, he zar, r she)

Eyes and ears and mouth and nose (mer tor mimi tor ku che tor ha nar)

r tar mar, kar tar, he zar, r she.

r tar mar, kar tar, he zar, r she.

mer tor mimi tor ku che tor ha nar.

r tar mar, kar tar, he zar, r she.

Kanji numbers

The shape of Kanji numbers will be introduced this term whereas their sounds will be taught in Term Two.

Numbers

一 1                                                                           六 6

二 2                                                                       七 7

三 3                                                                           八 8

四 4                                                                           九 9

五 5                                                                           十 10 

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