Students will be learning hiragana and katakana, self introductions, proper grammar end structures, particles for sentence creation, adjective conjugation, verb conjugation, numbers, frequency words, and time allowing, some rudimentary kanji.
The first three classes will be focused on hiragana, katakana, and learning some simple particles.
The following two weeks will be centered on self-introduction and basic vocabulary.
The next week, we will be exploring how to end sentences formally and with proper tenses.
Moving on will be adjectives so we can begin creating our very own sentences.
Verbs next to encourage self expression in the language.
Numbers followed by dates and times.
Frequency words such as sometime often and never.
If time allows, we will start on some rudimentary kanji to introduce students to reading more Japanese.
I am Halle Robertson, I have taught Japanese as a tutor and as a lab instructor at Boise State University, I graduated with a Japanese minor and intend to live there to teach English through the JET program.