Japanese Language and Culture: 10-3Y, 20-3Y, 30-3Y. 3-Year Program Guide to ImplementationReport as inadecuate

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This guide to implementation is intended to support the Japanese Language and Culture 10-3Y, 20-3Y, 30-3Y Program of Studies. It was developed primarily for teachers, yet it includes information that may be useful for administrators and other stakeholders in their efforts to plan for and implement the new Japanese program of studies. Familiarity with the program of studies is essential as teachers plan and implement language courses in their classrooms. The program of studies provides a brief discussion of the value of learning a second language and lays out learning outcomes for each course level. It defines what students are expected to achieve and, hence, what teachers are expected to teach. Contents include: (1) Introduction; (2) Planning; (3) Learning and Instructional Strategies; (4) Students with Special Education Needs; (5) Students Who Are Gifted; and (6) English as a Second Language Learners; (7) Classroom Assessment; and (8) Course Level Samples. Appended are: (1) Specific Outcomes Chart; (2) Vocabulary, Classroom Expressions and Kanji List; (3) Planning Tools; (4) Graphic Organizers; and (5) Assessment Blackline Masters. A bibliography is included.

Descriptors: Educational Strategies, Program Guides, Program Effectiveness, Program Content, Japanese, Foreign Countries, Program Implementation, Curriculum Implementation, Second Language Instruction, Teaching Methods, Special Education, Special Needs Students, Gifted, Second Language Learning, English (Second Language), Student Evaluation, Vocabulary, Curriculum Guides, Teaching Guides, Lesson Plans, Audiovisual Aids, Multiple Intelligences, Educational Technology, High School Students, Asian Culture

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