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Unit 3

[L2] Unit 3: Lesson 5: Discussing Christmas in Japan

EQ: How are people becoming culturally closer? Starting Points Plain non-past negative adjectives Learn about Christmas in Japan Culture Point: Christmas(クリスマス)has been celebrated in Japan the past few decades, but it is generally not seen as a religious celebration because there a few Christians in Japan. Families might decorate a small tree and exchange presents.

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[L2] Unit 3: Lesson 4: Describing holiday activities

EQ: How are people becoming culturally closer? Starting Points Use informal speech with friends Non-past positive adjectives in plain form Culture Point: This lesson focuses on two of the holidays that fall on auspicious dates which double odd numbers. The first is ひな祭り (Girl’s Day or Doll’s Day) which is celebrated on March 3rd (3月3日).

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[L2] Unit 3: Lesson 3: Connecting actions together

EQ: How are people becoming culturally closer? Starting Points て form of verbs Put two or more actions together in one sentence Culture Point: New Year’s Eve (おおみそか)in Japan is generally a quiet, family event. Families stay at home, prepare food and clean the house for New Year’s day. The TV show called 紅白歌合戦(こうはくうたがっせん)in which

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