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Tobira, Gateway to Advanced Japanese, Kanji-Buch

Kanji Buch zu TOBIRA.

TOBIRA is an intermediate-level Japanese textbook designed to develop the four language skills through the study of a variety of different topics from Japanese geography and history to pop culture.

TOBIRA is a groundbreaking intermediate-level Japanese textbook designed to develop the four language skills through the study of a variety of different topics from Japanese geography and history to pop culture. TOBIRA promotes language learning through the use of multimedia materials and establishes a support system via the Internet so that learners outside Japan have access to a Japanese language environment.

Chapter 1: The Geography of Japan
[Reading] “The Geography of Japan”
[Main Topics] Geography, place names, local specialties, events, festivals, folk tales
[Conversation] Asking questions/active listening
[Language Note] aizuchi and filler words

Chapter 2: Speech Styles in Japanese
[Reading] “Speech Styles in Japanese”
[Main Topics] politeness levels, gendered speech, contractions and inversions, written and spoken language, phone conversations and e-mail in Japanese
[Conversation] Apologizing
[Language Note] Sentence-final particles, Part 1

Chapter 3: Japanese Technology
[Reading] “People and Robots”
[Main Topics] Robots, technological advances, foreign loan words and katakana words, using online dictionaries
[Conversation] Asking for favors and expressing gratitude
[Language Note] Katakana words

Chapter 4: Sports in Japan
[Reading] “Training the heart through sports”
[Main Topics] Sports in Japan, Japanese martial arts, the relationship between mind/heart, body and technique, club activities, senpai and kohai
[Conversation] Asking for advice and getting information
[Language Note] Japanese numbers and units of measurement

Chapter 5: Japanese Food
[Reading] “The Tale of Instant Ramen”
“The Birth of Cup Noodles”: a manga
[Main Topics] Instant ramen, fast food, sushi
[Conversation] Explaining something/expressing one’s thoughts
[Cultural Note] On Rice
[Language Note] が and けれども

Chapter 6: The Japanese and Religion
[Reading] “Religion in ” “A Japanese Legend: The Well of Heaven”
[Main Topics] Religion, religious customs and events, faith, legends
[Conversation] Explaining using graphs/expressing one’s opinions
[Cultural Note] Japanese Superstitions
[Language Note] もの and こと

Chapter 7: Japanese Pop Culture
[Reading] “The God of Manga: Tezuka Osamu” “Onomatopoeia in Japanese”
[Main Topics] Japanese pop culture, manga, Tezuka manga, onomatopoeia, blood type
[Conversation: Explaining problems/ expressing complains and grievances
[Cultural Note] Japanese “kawaii culture”
[Language Note] Rendaku (Sequential Voicing)

Chapter 8: Japanese Traditional Performing Arts
[Reading: “Ky�・gen and Laughter”
[Main Topics] Japanese traditional performing arts, Ky�・gen
[Conversation] Telling a story
[Speech] summarizing a tale
[Cultural Note] Japanese songs
[Language Note] no-adjectives

Chapter 9: Education in Japan
[Reading] “Education in Japan Today”
[Main Topics] the merits and demerits of Japan’s educational system, academic credentials and society, school admissions wars, bullying, school refusal
[Conversation] Giving and receiving compliments
[Cultural Note] Gestures in Japanese
[Language Note] という

Chapter 10: Japan’s Convenience Stores
[Reading] “Japan: Land of the Vending Machine”
[Main Topics] the merits and demerits of vending machines, Japan’s konbini (convenience stores)
[Conversation] Exchanging information
[Cultural Note] Standard Japanese and dialects

Chapter 11: The History of Japan
[Reading] “The History of Importing in Japan”
[Main Topics] the history of things Japan has imported from abroad, Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, Tokugawa Ieyasu
[Conversation] Talking about historical events
[Speech] Giving a speech on the historical events and figures of one’s country
[Cultural Note] Is curry rice Japanese food?
[Language Note] �・i: an i-adjective not quite like the others, the use of adverbs in noun modification

Chapter 12: Traditional Japanese Crafts
[Reading] “What we can learn from Washi (Japanese paper)”
[Main Topics] The special characteristics of washi, the story of the thousand paper cranes
[Conversation] Explaining how to make something
[Speech] Giving a speech on how to make/use/do/etc. something
[Cultural Note] Crafts in Japan
[Language Note] 大きい vs. 大きな、the absence of particles

Chapter 13: The Japanese and Nature
[Reading] “Sensei and I” “Haiku<: The World’s Shortest Poetic Form”
[Main Topics] Nature in Japan, depictions of nature, haiku, senry�・, mottos
[Conversation] Developing a conversation (Asking follow-up questions/expressing one’s impressions of things)
[Speech] Giving a speech based on an interview
[Cultural Note] The Man’y�・sh�・ and waka/tanka

Chapter 14: Japanese Politics
[Reading: “What It Takes to Become a Politician”
[Main Topics] The Japanese political system, second-generation MPs (members of parliament), the pros and cons of celebrity MPs, political demonstrations
[Debate] Expressing one’s opinions/agreeing/disagreeing
[Cultural Note] The Japanese Imperial Family
[Language Note] んです

Chapter 15: The Future of Your Country and the World
[Reading] “If the world were a village of 100 people”
“If Japan were a village of 100 people”
“Ms. Maathai’s Mottainai Campaign”
[Main Topics] The world’s social problems, the mottainai movement, mottainai grannies
[Debate] Expressing one’s opinions/agreeing/disagreeing
[Language Note] Similes and metaphors

日本の地理・歴史からポップカルチャーまで、様々なトピックを通して4技能を伸ばす画期的中級日本語教科書です。マルチメディアを使用した言語習得を促し、外国在住の学習者でも日本語環境に触れることができるようなサポートも確立しています。

978-4-87424-487-6

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