Curriculum

CURRICULUM

Class Hours a Year

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▶1st semester:April~June / 2nd semester:July~September / 3rd semester:October~December / 4th semester:January~March
▶Holidays:Semester-end holidays 1 week / Summer holidays 3 weeks / Winter holidays 2weeks / Spring holidays 3weeks
▷Class days a year : 190-200 days / Class hours a year : 760-800 hours

Class Levels and Study Hours

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A completion of Beginner-2 is equivalent to JLPT-N4.
The study period from Beginner-intermediate to Intermediate-1 is equivalent to JLPT-N3 level.
The study period of Intermediate-2 is equivalent to JLPT-N2, and Advanced level is equivalent to JLPT-N1 level.

*The curriculum of beginner level differs depending on each class, so the start time of intermediate level also may be different.

Class Schedule (example of intermediate level)

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The beginner level offers the studies of four skills “Reading, Writing, Speaking & Listening” using a comprehensive textbook to solidify the foundation of Japanese.
A comprehensive textbook, and grammar materials as JLPT and EJU exam measures are used during the period from beginner-intermediate to intermediate-1.
From Intermediate-2, there are lessons using a general textbook and grammar materials, and in addition to elective lessons for the college entrance exam measures for one or two days a week.
▷Morning Class:09:00~12:20
▷Afternoon Class:13:00~16:20

Teaching Materials

Comprehensive Textbook

  • Minna no Nihongo 1
  • Minna no Nihongo 2
  • Chukyu e Iko
  • Chukyu o Manabo 1
  • Chukyu o Manabo 2
  • Nihon bunka wo yomu

Grammar Teaching Materials

  • TRY! N3
  • TRY! N2
  • TRY! N1

Exam Preparation Materials

  • Training for Listening (Foundation ver・Practical ver)
  • Training for Reading (Foundation ver・Practical ver)
  • Complete Review (Vocabulary・Listening comprehension・Reading comprehension)
  • Workbook (Listening comprehension・Reading comprehension)
  • EJU Past Exams
  • JLPT Practice Exams

Other Teaching Materials

  • 15minutes of Kanji practice per a day
  • Practice Method of Research Planning
  • Realia such as Newspapers and Magazines

Teaching materials are sometimes changed to improve the curriculum.