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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 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. Fried chicken

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Unit 3: Lesson 1: Asking about club activities

EQ: How is “individuality” defined in Japan? Starting Points こ・そ・あ・ど words the question word “which” After school, students in Japan participate in after-school club activities, which range from sports to fine arts. Popular clubs include baseball, soccer as well as traditional Japanese sports such as kendo and karate. Fine arts activities include brass band, choir,

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Unit 3: Project Warm Up

There are two reading activities. Be sure to complete both. Reading Practice #1: Conversation about Sport Clubs れんしゅう #1: Read the conversation between Akari and Odette. Then answer the comprehension questions below. あかり:          オデット(オデット)さん、テニス(てにす)部はどうですか。 オデット:      テニス部ですか。テニス部はおもしろいです。 あかり:          そうですか。 オデット:      あかりさん、けんどう部はどうですか。 あかり:     

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Unit 3: Activity 4: Listen

Discussion about Music れんしゅう: Listen to the conversation of Akari and Phillip, who are talking about the kinds of music they and their friends like. Then answer the comprehension question below. You will match the student with the type of music he or she likes based on the conversation. Each student likes two types of

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