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Japanese 7 (JPN302)

Organisational Unit School of Arts
Credit Points 3
Availability MURDOCH: AU1-internal
Description This unit is the second part of a sequence in the third year course of Japanese at Murdoch, which aims to provide students with linguistic training at the intermediate to upper-intermediate level, and enhance student knowledge about Japanese society, people, culture and history through the use of various learning materials and opportunities. While solidifying their grammatical and lexical foundation built up in previous studies, students will further expand their Japan-literacy in both language skills and socio-cultural knowledge.
Timetabled Learning Activities Workshops: 3 x 2 hours per week (weeks 8-14 inclusive).
Prerequisites JPN203 Japanese 5 or equivalent level of competency as assessed by Unit Coordinator.
Notes Students should co-enrol in this unit with JPN301 Japanese 6 unless being approved by Unit Coordinator.
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