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Current Issues in the Japanese Media (6 points)


Leader: Hiroko Hashimoto

Clayton First semester 2004 (Day)

Synopsis: This is an advanced level of spoken and written Japanese. It is designed to bring the student close to semi-native competence in the language, as well as enhancing their awareness of current issues in Japan and their ability to discuss current issues in Japanese.

Assessment: Final examination (2 hours): 45% + Regular class tests: 15% + Oral presentation and seminar participation: 20% + Written assignments: 20% + Assessment talks and criteria will take into account the language level and background of students.

Contact Hours: 4 hours (2 x 2 hour seminars) per week

Prerequisites: Monash post-level D Japanese or equivalent

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