Date: April 20th on Monday, 2020 from 9:50 to 11:20 (10:50 – 11:20 in JST)
Course: Japanese Listening 2
Used app: Streaming on DingTalk, Presentation by Powerpoint (47 slides)
Numbers of Students: 27
25 students stayed with me from the start to the end. Two students were recorded with their shorter participation of 78 and 75 minutes.These students did not respond to any of four quiz during the class.
– Attendance Check : All the 27 students typed “Shusseki” on BBS
– Quiz 1 : 24 students answered. The students were asked to find the right answer whose tense was appropriate related to time and the endings of a sentence.
– Quiz 2: 23 students answered. Question was to choose the right stroke order of Hiragana “NA” from two selections. 16 were right, 7 were wrong. However, maybe, some students write their “NA” in wrong order, but looking at other’s answer, they just answered as others did. Figure 1 below shows the slide to show the answer of this question.
– Quiz3: 22 students answered. This question was to find an intransitive verb from three selections. The answer could be reached by looking at particles.
– Quiz at the End: 25 students typed a phrases that meant “I went (to somewhere) to do something” in the form of “[Verb]-ni Ikimasu”. Two students mistakenly made phrases “[Noun]-ni Ikimsau”, but then they corrected.
1st Half: Review of the last class
– V-te Kudasai / V-nai de Kudasai ; To ask someone to do/ not to do something
– Ｖ1 nagara V2 suru : Two actions simultaneously or two occupations at the same time.
– To make verb phrase a noun phrase by putting “-no” right after the verb
– V(-masu)-ni Ikimasu : Purpose of going to somewhere
– Introduction of 4 usages of “V-teiru” in time sequence
2nd Half: Listening to Conversations of the textbook.
No homework. The students were asked to study themselves.
Issues and Problems:
I prepared less PPT slides this time. However, some slides were left unused because of time.
Fig.1 Stroke Order of Hiragana “NA”