Carnegie Mellon University

Intermediate Japanese II

Course Number: 82-272

Fulfills Intercultural and Global Inquiry Gen Ed requirement

This course is a sequel to Intermediate Japanese I (82-171). At the intermediate level, students will continue to improve the basic skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing skills with the goal of becoming more proficient in daily communication needs, and takes an integrated approach to the study of Japanese language and culture, consisting of grammar review, reading, and intensive practice in written and spoken Japanese. Course materials include authentic audiovisual and written texts in addition to the assigned textbooks. Also integrated are cultural explorations through direct interactions with native speakers. Regular homework, quizzes, tests, presentations, essays, and class participation are mandatory (four in-class hours per week). A student with prior experience in Japanese must take the placement exam.

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Units: 12
Prerequisite(s): 82271