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1.目的

 名古屋大学短期交換留学受入れプログラム(Nagoya University Program for Academic Exchange - NUPACE) 所属の留学生を対象とし、日常生活はもとより大学での研究活動に必要とされる日本語の運用能力を伸ばすことを目的とする。

2.受講資格

名古屋大学短期交換留学受入れプログラム(Nagoya University Program for Academic Exchange - NUPACE) 所属の留学生。受講希望者は決められた期間に受講申込手続きを行ない、レベル分けテストを受けなければならない。名古屋大学短期交換留学受入れプログラム(Nagoya University Program for Academic Exchange - NUPACE) 

3.開講期間

前期は4月から7月まで、後期は10月から翌年1月まで、初級から上級までの能力別で日本語の授業を行なう。

4.開講レベル・クラス数・授業時間数

Japanese Language Courses

NP1 (autumn and spring; 5 credits; 1 to 5 hours per week x 15weeks)
For learners who have no or very little knowledge of Japanese. Learns basic Japanese grammar, and aims at learning Japanese that is needed for daily life. Learns 130 kanji. Equivalent of N5 of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) .
Textbook: NEJ:A New Approach to Elementary Japanese [vol.1]

NP2 (autumn and spring; 5 credits; 1 to 5 hours per week x 15weeks)
For learners who have finished NP1. Builds further knowledge of basic Japanese grammar, and aims at learning Japanese that is needed for university life and Japanese customs. Learns 300 kanji. Equivalent of N4 of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) .
Textbook: NEJ:A New Approach to Elementary Japanese [vol.2]

NP3 (autumn and spring; 5 credits; 1 to 5 hours per week x 15weeks)
For learners who have finished NP2.  Builds further knowledge of Japanese grammar, and foster the ability to understand, talk and write about familiar life situations such as university life and Japanese customs. Equivalent of N4~N3 of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) .
Textbook: NEJ:A New Approach to Intermediate Japanese [vol.3]

NP4 (autumn and spring; 1 ~5 credits; 1 to 5 hours per week x 15weeks)
For learners who have finished NP3. Reviews and practices introductory grammar, foster the ability to understand, talk and write about specific Japanese culture and society.  Equivalent of N3 of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test(JLPT) .

NP5 (autumn and spring; 1 ~5 credits; 1 to 5 hours per week x 15weeks)
For learners who have finished NP4. Builds on the foundation of introductory Japanese and foster the ability to understand, talk and write about general education, Japanese culture and society. Equivalent of N3
~N2 of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) .

NP6 (autumn and spring; 1 ~5 credits; 1 to 5 hours per week x 15weeks)
For learners who have finished NP5. Foster the ability to talk and write about ccurrent affair semi-academic topics. Also aims to be able to understand abstract press coverage, lecture, documentary, and discussion. Equivalent of N2 of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test(JLPT) .

NP7 (autumn and spring; 1 ~5 credits; 1 to 5 hours per week x 15weeks)
For learners who have finished NP6. Foster the ability to talk and write about current affair semi-academic topics and semi-abstract topics. Also aims to be able to understand fairy abstract press coverage, lecture, documentary, and discussion. Equivalent of N2~N1 of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) .

NP8 (autumn and spring; 1 ~5 credits; 1 to 5 hours per week x 15weeks)
For learners who have finished NP7. Foster the ability to talk and write about current affair and semi-academic topics. Also aims to be able to understand highly abstract press coverage, lecture, documentary, and discussion. Equivalent of N2~N1 the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) .

Kanji Course I~IV (autumn and spring; 1 credit each; 1hour per week
x 15weeks)
KJ I
For learners who have no or very little knowledge of Kanji. Introduces 300 kanji needed for the level N4 Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT).

KJII
For learners who have little knowledge of Kanji. Introduces 600 kanji needed for the level N3 Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT).

KJIII
For learners who know 600 kanji. Introduces 1000(or 2000) kanji needed for the level N3~N2 Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT). 

KJIV
For learners who know 1000 kanji. Introduces 2000 kanji needed for the level N2~N1 Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT). 

Integrated Japanese Courses I~IV (autumn and spring; 1 credit each; 1hour per week x 15weeks)
For students with ability of Japanese Proficiency Test (JLPT) N2~N1. Highly abstract topics such as current affair semi-academic topics are covered and foster the ability of advanced oral and written expressions necessary for research at the university.
Textbook: materials to be handed out in class.

Business Japanese Courses I~IV (autumn and spring; 1.5 credits  each; 2hour per week x 15weeks)
This course is aimed at students seeking employment at Japanese companies. They also cater to students who wish to deepen their understanding of Japanese business communication. Participants in the course will acquaint themselves with Japanese business manners and learn expressions used in the Japanese business world.

Academic Japanese Courses I~IV (autumn and spring; 1.5 credits  each; 2hour per week x 15weeks)
In this course students practice listening, presentation, reading and writing skills, and focus on honing their academic skills in the language.

Other Japanese Language Courses
Online Japanese (non credit course)
OL300 Post-Intermediate Reading and Writing
For learners who have finished intermediate level Japanese courses. Learners read short passages online, and write summaries and essays on related topics to develop writing skills.

Introductory Lectures   (autumn and spring; 2 credits; 1hour per week x 15weeks)
Introductory Lectures are content courses. Issues in each specialization are discussed in Japanese, primarily in lecture format. The classes aim at developing Japanese language proficiency in addition to learning about Japan, its culture, and its language. Students need to have the Japanese language proficiency equivalent to Standard Japanese 300 (Post-Intermediate) or higher. “I”-suffixed courses are offered in the fall, and “II”-suffixed courses are offered in the spring.

JCulⅠ,Ⅱl200 Japanese CultureⅠ,Ⅱ (autumn and spring; 2 credits; 1hour per week x 15weeks)

Compares Japan and Korea and discusses the meaning of “modernization” (or contact with the Western world) in East Asia. Aims at an in-depth understanding of the features of Japanese society and culture. 
Textbook: materials to be handed out in class.

GLinⅠ,Ⅱ LinguisticsⅠ,Ⅱ    (autumn and spring; 2 credits; 1hour per week x 15weeks)
Introduces the basic concepts of semantics, with a special focus on cognitive semantics. Aims at learning the methodology for analyzing synonymy and polysemy in modern Japanese.
Textbook: materials to be handed out in class.

JLinⅠ,Ⅱ Japanese Linguistics Ⅰ,Ⅱ   (autumn and spring; 2 credits; 1hour per week x 15weeks)
Discusses the grammatical issues in the teaching of the Japanese language to speakers of other languages. Aims at an in-depth understanding of grammar items through surveys and discussions.
Textbook: materials to be handed out in class.

JLitⅠ,Ⅱ Japanese literatureⅠ,Ⅱ   (autumn and spring; 2 credits; 1hour per week x 15weeks)
The aim of this course is to help students acquire aNPnderstanding of Japanese expressions and culture through the reading modern Japanese literature, such as novels, essays and tankas. 
Textbook: materials to be handed out in class.

5.クラス編成

レベル分けテストの結果と受講申込者の数によってクラス編成を変更することがある。

6.クラス定員

20名を原則とする。

7.授業時間割と教室

国際言語センターの掲示板および国際言語センターホームページを参照。
使用教室については追って掲示する。

8.担当教員

国際言語センター専任教官及び非常勤講師

9.レベル分けテスト

○次に該当する者は必ずレベル分けテストを受けること。

  1. はじめて日本語講座(NPⅠ以上)を受講する者。 
  2. 修了の認定を受けなかった者で、ひとつ上のクラスを受講したい者。

○次に該当する者はレベル分けテストを受ける必要はない。

  1. NPⅠを受講しようとする者。
  2. 先期に全学向け日本語講座を受講し、修了と認められた者はひとつ上のレベルを受講できる。

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