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Assignments: Due Wed.! -Get counter test signed -Stroke order practice Bellwork: What counters in Japanese require pronunciation changes or sound shifts when they are used with specific numbers? Please cover the board with examples Goal: I can understand how to count a variety of items in Japanese using the correct number and counter and sometimes even the correct kanji
Assignments: -Get counter test signed -Stroke order practice http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AtwD31VPI1c Bellwork: Do you know these kanji? 1) 上 2) 来ます 3) 私 4) 食べます ５）中 ６）右 http://www.kanji-link.com/en/kanji/intro/ Goal: I will learn a little about the development of Chinese characters.
Assignments: -Get counter test signed -Stroke order practice Bellwork: What do you know about Stoke Order? Show me by breaking down the stroke order of the following characters 1) Ten 2) eye 3) tree 4) left Goal: I will be able to write most any character following the correct stroke order
Bellwork: 1) What is the “Chinese” reading of a kanji called? 2) What about the “Japanese” reading? 3) Provide 5 examples of radicals (Hints, all the day of the week and some katakana are radicals) Goal: I will be able to describe some radicals.
Goal: I can read and write most time kanji BW- Pick a chinese character that you know both the On- reading and the Kun- reading for (Come up with multiple examples please!!)
Write the English meaning and/or the pronunciation 1) 私は高校一年生です。 2) 僕は田中です。 3) 金曜日が一番 好きです。 4) 五時半に食事を食べます。 Goal: I will get comfortable with kanji I need to know to improve my proficiency level.