Japanese Level 6 (Language and Culture), Part 3
Not for credit
Available course dates:
From: 24 April 2024 To: 26 June 2024
By studying Japanese Level 6, you will achieve the following:
- be able to recognise the implicit meaning in written and spoken texts
- be able to make presentations on various subjects
- be able to express yourself spontaneously in complex situations, analyse written and/or spoken material
- have improved your intercultural competence further by accessing political, historical and cultural information from a variety of sources
The course is aimed at a wide range of students with one of the following:
- Level 5 of the King's Language Centre Evening Language Courses
- a high level of proficiency in the language
- B2/C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)
- a recent A level or equivalent plus further contact with the language
- level 4 of the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF)
- Japanese Proficiency Test N3/N2
What does this course cover?
Topics generally include:
Public transportation system
Functions generally include:
Giving comments from various viewpoints
Reading reviews and understand differences
Guessing meaning of words from own experience
Writing a blog on a historical figure or proverbs
Grammar generally include:
~tte kanji/ki ga suru
~ wake ga nai
~ ni oite
What will I achieve?
To improve existing language skills to a near-native standard in order to operate in a wide variety of situations and to achieve the equivalent of C1/C2 level of the CEFR, level 6 of the RQF.
Who is this for?
*The above is an indication of content that may be covered over the duration of the course but it could vary depending on the level and progress of students in the class.