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Unit 1

Unit 1: Worksheet Submission

Worksheet Submission Throughout this unit you have completed on the kanji worksheet and grammar workbook.  Upload them to the assignment below. Please upload the entire packet at once. 

Unit 1: Project 2: Present About

 You have written a presentation pretending that you are Justin to give a presentation about your family at a dinner function with your host family. After your written presentation has been approved, practice speaking the presentation. When you feel ready, record your presentation and upload the file to the assignment below.  

Unit 1: Project 1: Write About

Imagine that you are Justin giving a presentation about your family at a dinner function with your host family. Type or handwrite the presentation in Japanese and upload it below. Using the picture of Justin’s family, introduce each family member. The first lines are provided to help you get started. You will see the first …

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Unit 1: Project Warm Up

Akari’s Family Photo れんしゅう /re-n-shu-u/: Read the information about Akari’s extended family. Then answer the questions below based on the information. New Word Bank おじいさん おばあさん だいがく いぬ /o-ji-i-sa-n/ /o-ba-a-sa-n/ /da-i-ga-ku/ /i-nu/ (someone else’s) grandfather (someone else’s) grandmother university dog

Unit 1: Activity 2: Listen

れんしゅう /re-n-shu-u/: Listen to the information about Akari’s cousin Aoi’s family tree while looking at her family tree. Then answer the comprehension questions below.

Unit 1: Activity 1: Vocabulary

EQ: How is ‘family’ defined in Japan? Akari’s Family Tree Japanese family trees may be written differently than in your own country. Though there is no official format to write family trees in Japan, the following rules are generally followed. Married couples are connected with a double line. The husband is placed on the right …

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