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Unit 2: Lesson 2: Find the approximate start and end time of an event

EQ: In what ways do Japanese schools build community? Lesson Goals In this lesson, you will learn how to say an approximate time for when an event or activity begins and ends. 文化祭(ぶんかさい・Culture Festival(s)) are annual events held at middle and high schools throughout Japan. At the festivals, students’ learning is on display in each

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Unit 3: Lesson 3: Discussing cultural club activities

EQ: How is “individuality” defined in Japan? Starting Points non-past negative い and な adjectives Japanese high schools offer club activities that are based on traditional culture, including tea ceremony, flower arrangement and calligraphy. Traditional sports clubs are kendo, judo and karate. There are no new kanji for this lesson. This is a good time

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Unit 3: Activity 2: Listen

Club Activities at School れんしゅう: The students are talking about different club activities offered in their Japanese school. Look at the three illustrations and then listen to the three dialogues. Then complete the comprehesion question below. Illustration A Illustration B Illustration C Dialogue #1: Dialogue #2: Dialogue #3:

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