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    Nihongo Dojo N5 Course Trial

  
   Teacher: Yu Shikata
 

About Nihongo Dojo

This Japanese e-Learning course is geared towards international students, technical interns, and foreigners working for Japanese companies in Japan and abroad. It is part of a 5-course series starting from learning the 50 sounds and foundational topics in the N5 level until advanced topics in the N1 level (Currently, only the N5 course is being offered, with plans to release the other levels in sequence.)
Each lesson’s three lecture videos, quizzes, and speaking practices can always be taken at each learner’s own pace. Each course corresponds to a level in the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (see below.) Feel free to try out the N5 Trial Course first.

About this Course
In this course, you will learn the basics of the Japanese language:
   50 Sounds: 15 Lessons
   Vocabulary and Grammar: 32 Lessons
   Mock Exams: 3 Exams (Note: Within each exam, vocabulary, grammar, reading, and listening each has its own corresponding test)

□■ Happy Pass Guarantee ■□ 
Generally, Nihongo Dojo's course period lasts for one year. However, in the event you fulfil the course's completion criteria, earn the course certificate, but don't pass the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT), you may apply to extend your term of enrollment!

If you are considering taking this course, please don't hesitate to contact us
 here.
 

About the JLPT

The Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) is an examination that was started in 1984 to measure and certify the Japanese language proficiency of those whose native language is not Japanese. It is conducted by the Japan Foundation and Japan Educational Exchanges and Services (previously known as the Japan International Education Association).
Usages for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test has diversified in recent years. In addition to measuring test-takers’ skills, the exam has also enabled them to find employment, increase their chances for promotion, and provide a means of recognizing their qualifications.


There are five levels to the Japanese Language Proficiency Test: N1, N2, N3, N4, and the N5.
   N4 & N5: Understand basic Japanese mainly taught in classrooms
   N1 & N2: Understand Japanese used in a wider range of everyday life situations
     (N3 is a bridging level between N4/N5 and N1/N2.)

 

Objective

Learn vocabulary and grammar covered in the JLPT N5, with the aim of passing the JLPT N5. Learners will acquire beginner-level Japanese.
 

Course Contents

With the scope of the JLPT N5 as its main backdrop, learn the 50 Japanese sounds and beginner level Japanese vocabulary, grammar, and listening comprehension.
 

Teacher/ Staff

    
Yu Shikata, Shuun Co. Ltd Project Manager  
A charismatic Japanese teacher based in Taiwan who is active in the global industry.  
Efficiently using electronic blackboards makes video classes easier to understand,
and is very popular among students studying Japanese.

 

Coursework/ Schedule

● Prerequisites
   None, even those without Japanese learning experience can join.


● Objectives

   1. Pass the JLPT N5
   2. Learn beginner-level Japanese.


● Coursework Details
   After each lesson, there is a check test and a MyJT exercise, and at the end of the course is an N5 mock exam.

● Certificate of Completion Issuance
   Issuable as soon as completion criteria have been met.

● Completion Criteria
   1. Completion of all lessons
   2. Total average score of all MyJT assignments is 70 points or more.
   3. Total score rate of the mock exam is 60% or more.

● Estimated Study Time
   More than 50 hours -