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Duffey Sensei Lesson 1 Term 1

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    • Stage 4 Japanese 2014 Duffey Sensei http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K89FQIiEEzI
    • A few things o remember t We start the lesson with a Japanese routine.  きりつ kiritsu stand up  れい rei bow  先生_ sensei -----Greeting  ちゃくせき chakuseki sit
    • Greetings おはよう  こんにちは  こんばんは  おやすみ  ohayoo Good morning. konnichiwa Good afternoon. konbanwa Good evening. oyasumi Good night. お元気ですか。 はい元気です。 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDh BWXHTo&feature=channel
    • A few things o remember t Enter the room quietly and stand behind your desk.  Have your books and pens ready.  Turn your mobile phone off.  NO food or drink in the classroom. (water is okay) 
    • Bookwork Cover your book  Title page with name, class and subject  Rule all pages with a 2cm red margin  Use blue pen and pencil when writing in Japanese script.  You will need a USB stick 
    • Title page Catherine Duffey 7 blue Japanese nihongo
    • Communication- Term 1 www.edmodo.com  7LOTE Blue f5gati  7LOTE Red 3ex43i  7LOTE Yellow jqav3d  www.prezi.com  Blue due 5/2  Red due 4/2  Yellow due 3/2 
    • .Did you write that in your diary? Go back and write it in! Also write your edmodo and prezi passwords You can check on the Calander too
    • How is Japanese important to your community?
    • There are 3 types of script in Japanese.  Hiragana む  Katakana ム more angular. It is been borrowed from other names and products.  Kanji 夢 and often looks character has its meaning. The Kanji here means ‘dream”. Hiragana has a curvy look. Katakana has short, straight strokes and is used to write words that have languages, such as Kanji originally came from China complicated. Each shown
    • Hiragana Chart
    • Konnichi wa こ ん に ち は
    • Katakana Chart
    • Names in Japanese. Write your name in katakana.
    • When Introducing yourself in Japanese you say watashi wa Mini desu if you are a girl.
    • Boku wa donald desu. ぼくはドナルドで す
    • Watashi wa Daisy desu. わたしはデイシで す。
    • Why don’t you try introducing yourself in Japanese.
    • The little word “wa” is called a particle. Particles are used to join words together in Japanese and help us with the grammar. Look at the hiragana chart. See if you can discover what is strange about the particle は“wa”.
    • Well done! The particle “wa” is actually a “ha”. We’ll call this the ha/wa  Sometimes when joining words or at the end of some words ha will pretend to be a wa when it is acting as a particle. You already know a word where this happens…… Can you think of it?
    • Yes. Konnichi wa こんにちは
    • Well done. You have already learned so much Japanese. Ganbatte http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdsr5iSsJiw&feature=related
    • Classroom Expressions What page? Sensei, nan peeji desu ka? 先生 何ページですか。 May I go to the toilet? Toire ni itte mo ii desu ka? トイレに行ってもいいですか Excuse me sumimasen すみません Did you do your homework? Shukudai o shimashita ka? しゅくだいをしましたか。 Is tom here? Tomsan wa imasu ka トムさんはいますか。 Yes hai はい No iie いいえ Please doozo どうぞ Thank you Arigatoo (gozaimasu) ありがとう ございます
    • Kanji
    • Kanji Kanji 目 耳 口 手 Hiragana め me みみ mimi くち kuchi て te English eye ear mouth hand
    • Workbook Page 1 A Rei B C Sensei ohayo gozaimasu 2. Kiritsu Sensei konnichiwa 4. sayoonara
    • Homework- Shukudai Write the task and due date in your diary.the task and due date in your diary • • Workbook Page 2 How many times does Japan fit into Australia?
    • Hiragana Song Page 3 A I U E O あ い う え お K か き く け こ S さ し す せ そ T た ち つ て と N な に ぬ ね の H は ひ ふ へ ほ M ま み む め も Y や ______ ゆ ______ よ R ら り る れ ろ W わ を http://www.tamarillo.net.au/hiragana/learn_hiragana_game.html ん
    • Obento Deluxe http://www.obento.com.au/deluxe/student/Unit1.html Obento Deluxe Unit 1: Listening What does Ben say to get everyone’s attention? _______________________________ What word is used for “pleased to meet you” in Japanese? _______________________________ What does “hai” mean? _______________________________ When Ben introduces the girls, he does so in two different ways. When introducing the Japanese girl he says her family name first, but when introducing the New Zealand girl he uses her given name first. Why do you think this is so? _________________________________ Instead of “san”, what word does Ben say after the boys names? _________________________________ What body language is evident when people greet? ________________________________
    • Arabic   我希望我的狗吃冰淇淋 Chinese Hindi  Japanese  私は犬のアイスクリームを食べるのが好き  난 개를위한 아이스크림을 먹고 싶어요 Korean  French Je voudrais un chien de manger la crème glacée (If you can read these sentences, you’d know why using online translators are not always accurate)
    • Vocabulary kiritsu stand up rei bow sensei teacher chakuseki sit ohayo gozaimasu good morning konnichiwa (こんにちは ) hello konbanwa good evening oyasumi nasai good night boku I(boys) watashi I (girls) hai yes iie no arigato gozaimasu thank you doozo here you are kanji 日 に ni sun 本 ほん hon origin 人 じん jin person 語 ご go language 目 め me eye 耳 みみ mimi ear 口 くち kuchi mouth 手 て te hand
    • The hiragana alphabet is made up of 46 characters. Some characters are single sounds, like n and the five vowel sounds: a, i, u, e, o. The others are one or more consonants and a vowel, for example, sa, shi, su, se, so. Unlike Kanji, generally hiragana just represent sounds and does not have a meaning.  The 46 hiragana can be used to create more sounds by adding tenten (び)and maru(ぴ). By adding tenten to ka, ki, ku, ke, ko, you get ga, gi, gu, ge, go.  Look at the hiragana chart on the inside back cover of your coursebook. What other symbols change with tenten and maru? 
    • こんにちは
    • ひらがな
    •  Complete activities in your workbook p4-5
    • Write the task and due date in your diary Option 1  Draw a map of Japan  Label the main Islands  Label 5 major cities  Label 3 tourist attractions  Write 3 sentences about each tourist destination. Option 2  Make a Google Earth tour and record your trip to Japan. Include;  pointing out the main islands,  5 major cities  3 tourist attractions and give some information about each.