Date: March 30th on Monday, 2020 from 9:50 to 11:20 (10:50 – 12:20 in JST)
Course: Japanese Listening 2
Used app: Streaming on DingTalk, Presentation by Powerpoint (86 slides)
Numbers of Students: 27
All 27 students stayed with me from start to the end.
– Attendance Check : 26 of 27 typed “Shusskei” on BBS
– Quiz 1 : 23 students typed the correct answer “B”. This quiz was to confirm if a student got a context right from listening.
– Quiz 2: 26 students typed the correct answer “A”. This quiz was to tell the difference a Japanese verb “Aimashu” and English verb “See”.
– Ending Quiz: 25 students typed transitive verbs of their own choice.
1: Listening comprehension using a script with many adjectives
2: Review of Homework. The HW was dictation from my voice recording.
3: Verb Predicate Sentences.
– Proper use of particles,
– To tell the differences between transitive verbs and intransitive verbs
– Patterns of sentence ending with positive/negative and present/past tenses
Issues and Problems:
It seems that most of Japanese textbooks in this country doesn’t pay attentions to learning particles. It is very important in Japanese to choose proper particles for a particular verb.