Japanese Conversation-Intermediate/AdvancedSeptember 9, 2017 - December 2, 2017
Mānoa Campus, Sakamaki B-101
Sep 9-Dec 2, 2017 • Sat • 9:00-11:45am • 10 mtgs • No class Oct 14, Oct 21, Nov 25
With: Natsuko Tateishi, Sueko Honda
Intermediate students use Japanese for Busy People, Volume III to build on knowledge gained in Intermediate Japanese Conversation I through VI. In addition to the lessons, classes include language study through games, activities, demonstrations of Japanese culture, and practice with experienced Japanese language speakers.
Advanced students use the latest news from NHK, Japanese newspapers, and a variety teaching materials, developing Japanese speaking and listening skills as you focus on timely and interesting topics in Japan. In addition to the lessons, classes include language study through brushing up Japanese grammar for the JLPT and Japanese conversation practice with experienced Japanese native speakers.
For continuing students, but newcomers are welcome with instructor approval. Call (808) 956-8244 to inquire.
For more information and registration, please visit: http://www.outreach.hawaii.edu/noncredit/courses/programdetail/3895
Early Bird Special $170 by 8/19/17; Regular $180, plus textbook, Japanese for Busy People, Vol III 3rd Edition (Intermediate students only: see course description for details)
Outreach College Professional Programs, Mānoa Campus
Sandra von Doetinchem, (808) 956-3422, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.outreach.hawaii.edu/noncredit/courses/programdetail/3895
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UHM Homecoming 2017 - Back to Your Roots (FREE SHIRTS BY ASUH)Mānoa Campus, Campus Center Courtyard
Nursing Final OralMānoa Campus, Webster, Rm. 423
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The JET Program Information SessionMānoa Campus, Campus Center Room 308
Slack for Collaborative Project ManagementMānoa Campus, Hamilton Library Room 306
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Screening of Banned Chinese Film The Blue KiteMānoa Campus, Art Auditorium - Art 132
Hanauma Bay Educational Lecture SeriesHanauma Bay Nature Preserve Theater