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Other Books in Series
This is book number 1 in the Japanese for Young People Series series.
- #2: Japanese For Young People I: Kana Workbook (Japanese for Young People Series #2) (Paperback): $20.00
- #3: Japanese For Young People II: Kanji Workbook (Japanese for Young People Series #3) (Paperback): $20.00
- #4: Japanese For Young People II: Student Book (Japanese for Young People Series #4) (Paperback): $28.00
- #5: Japanese for Young People III: Student Book (Japanese for Young People Series #5) (Paperback): $35.00
- #6: Japanese for Young People III: Kanji Workbook (Japanese for Young People Series #6) (Paperback): $24.00
The Association for Japanese-Language Teaching (AJALT), renowned for its Japanese for Busy People series, has developed a comprehensive course for teaching Japanese to young adults in English-speaking countries.
Japanese for Young People is a three-level series, designed primarily for middle school and high school curricula (with an optional starter level for elementary students) encouraging systematic Japanese-language acquisition through an enjoyable but structured learning process. With an emphasis on coordination of structure and verbal communication skills, this first Student Book introduces the building-blocks of Japanese grammar through Key Sentences, Dialogues, Exercises, and Tasks.
This Student Book is accompanied by a fully-illustrated Kana Workbook which features over 100 pages of activities and games to familiarize young students with the hiragana and katakana syllabaries before advancing to the next level in the series.
With color illustrations and cultural notes throughout, Japanese for Young People provides an unintimidating start to learning one of the world's most difficult languages.
About the Author
The Association of Japanese-Language Teaching (AJALT) was established to meet the practical needs of people who are not necessarily specialists in Japanese but who wish to communicate effectively. The AJALT was recognized as a nonprofit organization by the Ministry of Education in 1977.