LESSON PLAN(Japanese letters:Hiragana,Katakana、Kanji)

LESSON
PLAN(Japanese letters:Hiragana,Katakana、Kanji)
1 Purpose
To introduce the letters used in Japan.
To introduce the letters that have a lot of kind, different alphabet.
To introduce kanji that have interesting origin.
To introduce Japanese newspaper and vertical writing.
2 Date and students of class
Oct ― Dec,2005 Many various students.
3 Lesson plan
1st:To introduce the letters used in Japan. To study hiragana and katakana.
To try writing own name in hiragana and katakana.
2nd:To study about kanji. Trying the quiz. To study Japanese newspaper.
4 Lesson plan in classroom.(1st)
Plan
Activty
● To ask about Japanese. ・Answer.
1
●To introduce letters using
in Japan.
・Material.
・listening.
●How to make hiragana
and katakana.
・writing example.
2
●To introduce goju‐ on ‐
zu.
・Many things.
・pronunce.
・pronunciation.
★Let’s try(1)
・pronounce
★Let’s try(2)
・To try writing self
name on hiragana and
Katakana.
3
・listening.
・writing.
Attention, prepare, and etc
・I will tell something
about answer.
・give students the material
・happily.
・pronunce big voice.
・happily.
・help students writing.
★Extra try
・To try writing favorite
thing.
●announce of the next
and homework.
・collect Japanese words.
6 Necessary
Explaining material, goju ‐ on ‐ zu, name card, homework sheets
Created by: Shuuhei Okisu, Japanese Teacher Delegation – Ohio Group 2005 LESSON
PLAN(Japanese letters:Hiragana,Katakana、Kanji)
LESSON PLAN(Japanese letters:Hiragana,Katakana、Kanji)2
1 Purpose
To introduce
To introduce
To introduce
To introduce
the letters using in Japan.
the letters that have a lot of kind, different alfabet.
kanji that have interesting origin.
Japanese newspaper and vertical writing.
2 Date and students of class
Oct ― Dec,2005 Many various students.
3 Lesson plan
1st:To introduce the letters using in Japan. To study hiragana and katakana.
To try writing self name on hiragana and katakana.
2nd:To study about kanji. Trying the quiz. To study Japanese newspaper.
4 Lesson plan in classroom.(2st)
Plan
Activty
●Review of the last time ・Answer.
1 ・Hiragana and Katakana.
●To introduce kanji.
・Material.
・Listening.
●To explain the hieroglyph
in kanji.
・Show the example
・watching and listening.
2
★Let’s try(3)
・Connect Kanji with
illust.
・To explain.
●To introduce Japanese
newspaper.
・content.
・About vertical writing.
3
・happily.
・Draw the line, answer.
And listening.
・watching and listening.
★Let’s try(4)
・Find the words on
・seek and answer.
your newspaper.
★Extra try
・Homework:Japanese word ・announcement homework.
・To write that words
6 Necessary
Attention, Prepare, and etc
・The words:kanji,hiragana
and katakana.
Explaining material, goju ‐ on ‐ zu,
Created by: Shuuhei Okisu, Japanese Teacher Delegation – Ohio Group 2005 LESSON
PLAN(Japanese letters:Hiragana,Katakana、Kanji)
JAPANESE WRITINGS【 Hiragana, Katakana, kanji 】
Have you ever seen the Japanese writing used in Japan? Japanese writing consists of “Hiragana”,
“Katakana” and “Kanji”.
The Japanese language is a member of the Altaic family of languages, and it has many words in common
with Korean and Chinese. However, its syntax is quite different from that of Chinese.
Japanese is written using Chinese characters in combination with two syllabaries “Hiragana” and
“Katakana”.
The Chinese characters,
represent sounds only.
“Kanji”,
all
have
meanings,
while
“Hiragana”
and
“Katakana”
☆Hiragana, Katakana(ひらがな、カタカナ)
The hiragana sound syllabary was developed from the cursive writing of whole Kanji.
The katakana sound syllabary was developed from parts of Kanji
☆Go – Ju – On – Zu(五十音図)
This is the list of Hiragana and Katakana.
ん
ン
n
わ
ワ
wa
を
ヲ
wo
ら
ラ
ra
り
リ
ri
る
ル
ru
れ
レ
re
ろ
ロ
ro
や
ヤ
ya
ゆ
ユ
yu
よ
ヨ
yo
ま
マ
ma
み
ミ
mi
む
ム
mu
め
メ
me
も
モ
mo
は
ハ
ha
ひ
ヒ
hi
ふ
フ
fu
へ
ヘ
he
ほ
ホ
ho
な
ナ
na
に
ニ
ni
ぬ
ヌ
nu
ね
ネ
ne
の
ノ
no
た
タ
ta
ち
チ
chi
つ
ツ
tsu
て
テ
te
と
ト
to
さ
サ
sa
し
シ
shi
す
ス
su
せ
セ
se
そ
ソ
so
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カ
ka
き
キ
ki
く
ク
ku
け
ケ
ke
こ
コ
ko
あ
ア
a
い
イ
i
う
ウ
u
え
エ
e
お
オ
o
LESSON
PLAN(Japanese letters:Hiragana,Katakana、Kanji)
ぴゃ びゃ じゃ ぎゃ りゃ ひゃ みゃ にゃ ちゃ しゃ きゃ
ピャ ビャ ジャ ギャ リャ ヒャ ミャ ニャ チャ シャ キャ
pya bya
ja
gya rya hya mya nya cha sha kya
ぴゅ びゅ じゅ ぎゅ りゅ ひゅ みゅ にゅ ちゅ しゅ きゅ
ピュ ビュ ジュ ギュ リュ ヒュ ミュ ニュ チュ シュ キュ
pyu byu
ju
gyu ryu hyu myu nyu chu shu kyu
ぴょ びょ じょ ぎょ りょ ひょ みょ にょ ちょ しょ きょ
ピョ ビョ ジョ ギョ リョ ヒョ ミョ ニョ チョ ショ キョ
pyo byo
jo
gyo ryo hyo myo nyo cho sho kyo
ぱ
パ
pa
ぴ
ピ
pi
ぷ
プ
pu
ぺ
ペ
pe
ぽ
ポ
po
ば
バ
ba
び
ビ
bi
ぶ
ブ
bu
べ
ベ
be
ぼ
ボ
bo
だ
ダ
da
で
デ
de
ど
ド
do
★Let’s try!!
Try to pronounce “ Go – Ju – On”
★Let’s try !!
Try to write your name on Hiragana and Katakana !!
Your name
Hiragana
Katakana
Hiragana
Katakana
★Extra try !!
Try to write your favorite thing!!
Your favorite thing
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ザ
za
じ
ジ
zi
ず
ズ
zu
ぜ
ゼ
ze
ぞ
ゾ
zo
が
ガ
Ga
ぎ
ギ
gi
ぐ
グ
gu
げ
ゲ
ge
ご
ゴ
go
LESSON
PLAN(Japanese letters:Hiragana,Katakana、Kanji)
JAPANESE WRITINGS【 Hiragana, Katakana, kanji 】
☆Kanji(漢字)
Kanji are symbols representing objects or ideas. There are tens of thousands.
Most Japanese students must learn about 2000 by the time they graduate. That is
about 200 every year. Let’s see if you can remember any by the end of this class.
Ⅰ bet you can. You sure look smart.
How kanji are combined to make words.
How some simple kanji representing objects developed.
Does this “
“ look like a sun? Well, it used to
gradually it changed over time. Here’s how it used to look.
look
like
★Let’s try !!
Which illustration did you connect ?
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sun
and
LESSON
PLAN(Japanese letters:Hiragana,Katakana、Kanji)
☆Japanese newspaper(vertical writing)
Japanese language is usually vertical writing. It has laterally writing.
This is Japanese newspaper. It has local news page, sports page, TV page, etc as
American newspaper.
★Let’s try!!
Try to find these Japanese words in your newspaper!!
①
②
③
★Extra try!!
I’ll tell you your favorite word in “Hiragana” or
Please request me!
“Katakana” or
“Kanji”!
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