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Japanese-language Education Media & Systems Lab


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Intermediate Japanse Listening Course
(IJLC)


created by
T .Ishizaki
K. Sato
A. Hara
T. Egawa


This is a web-based system for practicing Intermediate Level Listening.
It contains 44 secionts of various situations people encounter through their university life.

The program is based on A Course in Modern Japanse T&U [Revised Edition] , (Nagoya University Japanese Language Education Research Group, University of Nagoya Press, 1998), Listening Practice, Listning Worksheet T&U , (Nagoya University Japanese Language Education Research Group, University of Nagoya Press, 1992).


WebCMJ
Kanji

created by
T. Kanda
K. Murakami
T. Ishizaki
K. Sato

L. Pai-Ling



This is a web-based system for practicing Beginners Level Kanji.

The Program is based on A Course in Modern Japanese (CMJ) [Revised Edition] , (Nagoya University Japanese Language Education Research Group, University of Nagoya Press, 2002), Kanji Practice (Y.Sorin, S,Yasui).

This is a kanji version of WebCMJ ( grammar version ), made anew to go along with the revised version of CMJ textbooks.

EnglishIndonesianPortuguese


WebCMJ
Grammar
Multilingual Version


created by
T. Kanda
K. Murakami
Y. Ohno
L. Pai-Ling

This is a new version of the below WEBCMJ Ver.1which includes renewed contents and a new review system. It is now multilingual version and also class record record management is available. Click here to access the program.

The Program is based on A Course in Modern Japanese (CMJ) [Revised Edition] , (Nagoya University Japanese Language Education Research Group, University of Nagoya Press , 2002) and transformed to web CALL material.

English, Indonesian, Portuguese, Thai, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean


WebCMJ Ver.1




This is a web-based system for practicing the basic grammar and also Kanji reading.

The Program is based on A Course in Modern Japanese (CMJ) University of Nagoya Press , 1983 (Y,Fukao, Y,Kato, T.Kanda,K.Otsubo) and transformed to web CALL material.


Online Japanese Course
Onlie Japanese course (Reading, composition and Kanji) provided by Nagoya University ECIS. WebCTVista is used.


Materials developed previously.

OWL


created by
R.Harrison
Y.Ohno
N.Kanda
H.Nishikawa



This is a Web-based system, Online Web Listening (OWL) for practicing listening comprehension. The program is based on a textbook A Course in Modern Japanese volume three and four aimed at intermediate students. Click here to access a PROTOTYPE of the program.


Communicating
in Japanese


created by
T.Ishizaki
K.Sorensen


This multimedia material is for Intermediate Japanese Learners, based on the book "Communicating in Japanese”(Marlow: Wing Communications, 1990). It contains 12 chapters and each chapter begins with a self-contained scenario using natural Japanese. In addition, each chapter sets out various tasks for acquiring language through multiple choice questions, true or false questions and classroom activities.


WebQuests


created by
R. Harrison


These are constructivist learning tasks which use Japanese language domains on the world wide web. Learners are set authentic tasks that require them to search for information in Japanese, analyze and critically think about the information they have gathered and turn it into some form of report for presentation. Click here


created by
R. Harrison



This is a web site for practicing listening comprehension. There is a database of digital video clips of a native Japanese speaker giving presentations on different topics. The videos are accompanied by gap-filling exercises for self-study. Click here


KikitoriQ


Created by
R.Harrison
H.Nishikawa



This is a new version of the ECIS Internet Broadcast Station. This new version includes a user log in system, BBS for interactive learning between users, and a adminstrative system to give feedback to all the users of the system.