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VOLUME 1 /September 2008 This monthâ€™s Japanese class <Topics from Syllabus> Personal information (name, age, grade, nationality) Understand and answer (How are you? I am good, what is your name? How old are you? Yes and No) Greetings (Good morning, Hello, Good evening, Good bye, Thank you very much, Excuse me, I am sorry and Good night. Etc.) Identify colors (Red, Blue, Yellow, Green, Brown, Purple, white, black, ) Describe things (I understand, I do not understand, it is difficult, it is easy) Days (today, yesterday, tomorrow) Count (1-20) Days of week (Monday through Sunday) Months (what is your birthday month? 1-12)
<Logbook> Your child got his/her own logbook. Please take a look at it and encourage them to use Japanese as much as possible outside of classroom. Also, please help your child fill in his or her address and phone number. This information is in the second page of the logbook and will be used for practicing emergency Japanese. <PYP units> Linking to the PYP unit, students are learning body parts in Japanese. In class, they sing body parts song in Japanese and making a self-poster with labeling body parts. HOMEWORK: Every Wednesday 20 minutes contents will be on studentâ€™s planner Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact me anytime. MR. Masato Ise, gr.1 INU Japanese Class Teacher Email: firstname.lastname@example.org