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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Programs of Study For Liberal Arts Students Programs, Faculty, and Courses Japanese 565 Courses in Japanese  

Courses in Japanese

01:565:101,102Elementary Japanese (4,4) Introduction to grammar and writing systems; practice in speaking, reading, and writing.
01:565:103Introduction to Japanese Writing (3) History, types, and styles of Japanese writing systems: hiragana, katakana, and kanji.Pen and brush (calligraphy) practices. Some basic creative writing. Corequisite: 01:565:101.
01:565:104Speaking Elementary Japanese (3) Elementary speaking and communicating skills based on limited vocabulary and grammar. Conversational phrases and idiomatic expressions associated with various social situations and interpersonal relationships. Prerequisite: 01:565:101.
01:565:201,202Intermediate Japanese (4,4) Study of grammar, development of fluency in speaking; practice in reading and composition. Prerequisite: 01:565:102 or equivalent.
01:565:213,214Japanese Conversation and Culture (3,3) Develops speaking skills; guided conversation practice, vocabulary building, oral reports. Texts and discussion topics relating to Japanese everyday life, language, culture, and society. Prerequisite: 01:565:202 or permission of instructor.
01:565:301,302Advanced Japanese (3,3) Refinement of reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. Advanced grammar and extensive vocabulary. Reading written text from various genres. Prerequisite: 01:565:202 or permission of instructor.
01:565:303,304Advanced Japanese for Business (3,3) Principles of interpersonal communication in Japanese business and international negotiation. Specialized vocabulary, social skills, and business correspondence. Reading and discussion of business, culture, and society. Prerequisite: 01:565:202 or permission of department.
01:565:313,314Advanced Japanese Conversation and ­ Development of conversational skills and strategies. Class discussion, oral presentation, and debate based on cultural/social materials taken from books, journals, newspapers, and audio and videotapes. Prerequisite: 01:565:302 or 304 or permission of department.
01:565:325Advanced Japanese Grammar and Rhetoric (3) Analysis and study of complex sentence structures, rhetorical strategies and principles, paragraph and text structures of a variety of genres. Reading assignments to appreciate different styles of written Japanese-essays, narrative, newspaper text, etc. Prerequisite: 01:565:301 or permission of instructor.
01:565:361,362Japanese Popular Culture (3,3) Critical approaches to Japanese popular culture and advanced discussion in Japanese of a broad range of popular genres, including manga, anime, film, commercials, and music. Prerequisite: 01:565:302 or permission of instructor.
01:565:401,402Advanced Readings in Japanese (3,3) Selected readings from modern Japanese. Materials from literature, humanities, and social sciences. Discussion and some writing exercises. Prerequisite: 01:565:302 or permission of instructor.
01:565:411Readings in Classical Japanese: Bungo (3) Introduction to classical literary Japanese. Study of verbal and adjectival suffixes and particles through sample sentences. Selected readings in classical prose. Some translation exercises. Prerequisite: 01:565:301 or permission of instructor.
01:565:451,452Translating Japanese Popular Media (3,3) Theory and practical techniques of translation from Japanese to English, with particular focus on monthly news and literary magazines, film, anime, manga, and song. Prerequisite: 01:565:302 or equivalent.
01:565:470Seminar in Japanese Language and Literature (3) Readings and research on topics in Japanese language and literature. Prerequisite: 01:565:402 or permission of instructor.
01:565:495,496Independent Study (3,3) Independent reading under supervision of a member of the department. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor and department.
01:565:497,498Honors in Japanese (6,6)
Both terms must be completed to receive credit.
 
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