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Action! Japan, A Field Guide to Using Japanese in the Community

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Action! Japan, A Field Guide to Using Japanese in the Community by Mari Noda, Yui Iimori Ramdeen, Stephen D. Luft, Thomas Mason, Jr.

Action! Japan is a practical guide for intermediate to advanced students of Japanese wanting to maximize their study abroad experience and enhance their language skills.

This handy guide contains over 100 Field Performance tasks which prompt real-life interactions with native speakers. By carrying out these real-life tasks students refine and solidify existing communication skills and gain a fuller understanding of and participation in Japanese culture.

The guide also provides over 60 Performance Watch tasks which help students understand how native speakers accomplish communicative goals through guided observation and analysis of naturally occurring interactions.

Action! Japan helps students understand and participate socially in Japanese, guiding them through skill-getting and skill-using processes and enabling them to form meaningful connections with Japanese people in the community.

Action! Japan, A Field Guide to Using Japanese in the Community - About the Authors

Mari Noda is Professor of Japanese at The Ohio State University, USA.

Yui Iimori Ramdeen graduated from The Ohio State University, USA, with a master’s degree in East Asian Languages and Literatures, specializing in Japanese Pedagogy.

Stephen D. Luft has a Ph.D. from The Ohio State University’s Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures. He currently teaches at the University of Pittsburgh, USA.

Thomas Mason, Jr. is a Ph.D. candidate at The Ohio State University’s Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures, USA. He serves as Executive Director and President of the ALLEX Foundation.

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Product Description

Action! Japan, A Field Guide to Using Japanese in the Community by Mari Noda, Yui Iimori Ramdeen, Stephen D. Luft, Thomas Mason, Jr.

Action! Japan is a practical guide for intermediate to advanced students of Japanese wanting to maximize their study abroad experience and enhance their language skills.

This handy guide contains over 100 Field Performance tasks which prompt real-life interactions with native speakers. By carrying out these real-life tasks students refine and solidify existing communication skills and gain a fuller understanding of and participation in Japanese culture.

The guide also provides over 60 Performance Watch tasks which help students understand how native speakers accomplish communicative goals through guided observation and analysis of naturally occurring interactions.

Action! Japan helps students understand and participate socially in Japanese, guiding them through skill-getting and skill-using processes and enabling them to form meaningful connections with Japanese people in the community.

Action! Japan, A Field Guide to Using Japanese in the Community - About the Authors

Mari Noda is Professor of Japanese at The Ohio State University, USA.

Yui Iimori Ramdeen graduated from The Ohio State University, USA, with a master’s degree in East Asian Languages and Literatures, specializing in Japanese Pedagogy.

Stephen D. Luft has a Ph.D. from The Ohio State University’s Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures. He currently teaches at the University of Pittsburgh, USA.

Thomas Mason, Jr. is a Ph.D. candidate at The Ohio State University’s Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures, USA. He serves as Executive Director and President of the ALLEX Foundation.

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Additional Information
Book Genre Reference
Book Format Unabridged
Binding Paperback
Publisher Routledge
Number of pages 186
Dimensions 17.8 x 1.3 x 25.4 cm
ISBN 9781138292659
Date of Publication 17 Oct. 2017
Language Japanese
Level Intermediate
Media Type Book
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