Date: March 25th on Wednesday, 2020 from 8:00 to 9:30 (9:00 – 10:30 in JST)
Course: Japanese Listening 2
Used app: Streaming on DingTalk, Presentation by Powerpoint (86 slides)
Numbers of Students: 27
25 students stayed with me from start to the end, 2 students signed in 10 minutes late.
Responses to the “During-the-Class_Quiz”:
Only once. The question: “Is it okay to put ‘-no-‘ between an adjective and a noun such as ‘Shiroi-no-hana’ and ‘Kirei-no-fuku’?”. The answer was “Not Okay”. 25 of 27 students responded. Actually “right or wrong” is not the matter in this quiz because most of the students type the same answer as some excellent students. The purpose of the quiz is to check if or not they are with me.
1: Wa-Ga Construction:
– 1 Pointing out one characteristics of something that contains that character.
– 2 There are some adjectives that tend to be Wa-Ga construction.
2: Review of Adjectives in general:
3: Several types of use of particle “-no”
Dictation of Japanese sentences that contains adjectives.
Issues and Problems:
The number of PPT slides was more than I needed. This meant that I wasted preparation time.