Japanese Language and Culture

How to teach children Japanese and Japanese teaching materials

How to teach children Japanese 1 Get fairy tales and storybooks in Japanese from your local library or from here  Children love shared reading time and regardless of language acquisition, they will always remember the time they spent with you reading books. Try to find books with good illustrations. Look at the pictures with your …

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Japanese learning for children – Japanese teaching video

Dino Lingo Japanese for Kids is a Japanese language learning set where cartoon dinosaur characters introduce the most common 200 words and phrases in Japanese. The Japanese learning DVd set includes 5 DVDs and Japanese flash cards. effective Japanese teaching program for children Children can quickly learn and speak Japanese, thanks to the award-winning lessons …

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Japanese Culture for Children– fun facts, food, music, language, Nihongo 日本: Japanese Culture interesting Facts

Food Unlike most other countries, Japanese food must be beautifully displayed as well as tasty so Japanese cooks take great care in arranging food on the table. Rice, the primary dish, is prepared in many different ways. The Japanese eat rice cakes, rice crackers, and mix rice in various dishes with red beans, fish, and …

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How to teach kids Japanese – Learning Japanese for children – Bilingual Japanese kids

Motivation Motivation Motivation It’s extremely important that kids have the motivation to learn Japanese. How to increase their motivation is not as difficult as you might think. You can simply do the following -Rewards Offer them rewards for learning extra words or phrases (e.g., a chocolate bar from Japan, a trip to a Japanese restaurant, …

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Japanese Culture 101 Oyaji Gyagu (Old Man’s Joke) a.k.a. Dajare 親父ギャグ だじゃれ

Oyaji Gyagu means Old man’s joke. It is a pun type of joke that involves playing with words which most of the time is about using similar sounding words with different meanings. Dajare can be any type of verbal joke not necessarily oyaji gyagu (substitution of a Japanese word with another similar sounding word but …

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