Japanese Club and Anime club are participating on the Festival of Trees.
We will be decorating our tree to be sold and the money will go towards
to help Sub for Santa at American Fork. If you have any ornaments or
anything that we could use to decorate our tree, please contact me or
any club member. We need to have our tree ready by Dec 10th. Any help
would be really appreciated! Arigatou!
serve as a diagnostic assessment of Japanese language
skills. By viewing the results, teachers can determine their students'
strengths and weaknesses in reading, listening, grammar, vocabulary, and
cultural knowledge. Teachers should combine the NJE with their own
additional assessments to get a clear picture of student proficiency
motivate students to further their study of and
interest in Japanese language and culture;
advocate for the standards-based, proficiency-oriented,
and content-based teaching and learning of Japanese language and culture.
Checked homework (Vocab worksheet)
Finished speaking activity P. 53
New grammar のがすきです のはたのしいです
Add sentences to family draft
I am still a junior.
I am not 18 yet.
I am already a high school student.
I am not a junior high school student anymore.
Checked HW (Kanji worksheet) and journal H
Read Journal H in pairs
Gave Kanji flashcards
New grammar no tame ni (in order to, for the sake of)
Reviewed verbs nusumu, naguru, shikaru, homeru
Checked HW (in-group and out-group worksheet)
Add more sentences to family draft
Everyone drew a picture of your family and presented to a friend
New Katakana sa-so
Katakana writing practice
Checked homework (bte imasu worksheet)
New grammar Bte imasu (ing form)
Reviewed new verbs
Speaking activity using new verbs
family terms review
Gave everyone the worksheet that contain some sentences learned last year including
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This is a blog created to help students and parents to know what has been covered in class and the assignments. Please feel free to leave any comments or suggestions here or by email. firstname.lastname@example.org
I was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, but when I was 14 my parents decided to immigrate to Japan due to Brazil's economy downturn. Since then I have a passion about Languages and I love everything about Japan.
I got married in 2001 with the best husband in the whole world. He is Brazilian, but served a LDS mission in Kobe, Japan. We have 2 kids, Kendi who is 8 and Kalena who is 4.
I finished my Masters degree at BYU in 2007 and I love to work teaching Japanese at American Fork High School. I've been teaching there since 2006.