Checked HW (day of the week worksheet)
Reviewed jyouzu, heta and corrected 5-3 (pink)
Reviewed vocab with powerpoint
Speaking activity using foods, likes and dislikes
Reviewed vocab foods
Homework: Kanji quiz (numbers ad days of the week)
Checked Kanji worksheet and corrected homework
Reviewed Kanji in pairs
REviewed previous grammar BII yasui, BII nikui, BII owaru, BUU hajimeru, BII tsuzukeru
New grammar shi as and
Speaking using new grammar
Nihon Matsuri is the only Japanese festival in Utah that will held this Saturday. Traditional and modern culture including tea ceremonies, taiko drummers, martial arts and cosplayers. You will get 40 points of extra credit if you attend it. Please make sure you take pictures and write a one page report double-space in English about the things you saw at the festival.
Those that are competiting next week on Utah Japan Bowl, study this folder that I created on quizlet. It is just some stuff that can help, you still need to follow the study guide I gave to you all a few months ago. http://quizlet.com/join/uS8cxG7GU
Checked HW (worksheet breakfast, lunch and dinner) and corrected worksheet
Reviewed vocab with powerpoint
Reviewed food vocab with flashcards
Learned how to write last names in Katakana
I loved the feedback I have been getting from parents. Every student is different. There are some that learns fast and some that needs to review/practice constantly. That's the purpose I've created this post. You can review the level you want and also go ahead and learn more about the level you want as well. Good luck!
Parent-Teacher Conference is tomorrow at AFHS from 4 to 7 pm. Due to a
class I take every Wednesday through the school district, I will only be
available from 2:30 to 3:45. Sorry for any inconvenience. I will be
sending home everyone's grade reports on Thursday and Friday.
I always have students that ask me for different resources on how to study more Japanese. I love the following websites. Also, I recommend everyone to watch Japanese dramas everyday for 15 minutes. It does help to improve your listening skills and vocab review.
Just a friendly reminder that Japanese Club is this Wednesday after school. We are going to make happi coats and learn how to dance bon odori. Bring your own plastic tablecloth that you can purchase at the dollar store. Snacks will be provided.
Welcome to Bellini sensei's blog!!! ベリーニ先生のブログへようこそ！
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.