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Other Books in Series
This is book number 3 in the Japanese for Young People Series series.
- #1: Japanese For Young People I: Student Book (Japanese for Young People Series #1) (Paperback): $28.00
- #2: Japanese For Young People I: Kana Workbook (Japanese for Young People Series #2) (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
A comprehensive course for teaching Japanese to young adults in English-speaking countries -- from The Association for Japanese-Language Teaching (AJALT), developers of the renowned Japanese for Busy People series.
Japanese for Young People is a three-level series, designed for middle school and high school students (with an optional starter level for elementary students). With an emphasis on the coordination of structure and verbal communication skills, this program builds upon the basics of Japanese grammar through the use of Key Sentences, Dialogues, Exercises, and entertaining activities.
This Kanji Workbook is a fully integrated component of the Japanese for Young People series for young learners who want to learn the seventy Chinese characters introduced in the second Student Book. The workbook offers a unique and proven approach to writing accurate and well-formed kanji.
Fully illustrated, the Workbook uses a combination of traditional writing and reading drills and an entertaining selection of puzzles to facilitate user-friendly study for learners encountering a foreign script for the first time.
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.