Japanese In Mangaland

Author: Marc Bernabe
Editor: Japan Publications Trading
ISBN: 9784889962086
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As the popularity of manga in this country continues to soar, so does the desire of its fans to learn Japanese in order to appreciate it in its original language. The three volumes in the Japanese in MangaLand series combine the enjoyment of reading manga with an innovative and entertaining approach to language instruction. Now comes the Japanese in MangaLand Workbook 1, a perfect way for readers to practice and assimilate what they learned in the first volume. The Workbook offers more than 150 complementary activities, divided into six sections that enable students to practice writing hiragana, katakana and kanji, as well as to optimize the vocabulary and grammar that were taught in the textbook itself. An exciting special feature -- 24 pages of a Rakujo manga created exclusively for this workbook -- further enhances the learning experience.

Author: Marc Bernabe
Editor: Japan Publications Trading
ISBN: 9784889961867
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Japanese In Mangaland Vol 2 is a Japan Publications publication.

Author: Marc Bernabe
Editor: Japan Publications Trading
ISBN: 9784889962215
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The Japanese in MangaLand series from JPT introduced language learners to an innovative, entertaining and educationally-sound way of learning Japanese through the use of manga. Now, this same approach is applied to the often-daunting task of mastering kanji - the Chinese ideograms - in Kanji in MangaLand, the first of a 3-volume course covering the 1,006 basic kanji characters. Aimed at Western students aged 12 - 25, the Kanji in MangaLand program differs from traditional methods in that it uses distinct drawings for the "parts" that form each kanji character; then it shows a manga-style illustration to help the student connect the shapes and the meaning. In addition, the books present information on compound words, stroke order, meaning and such unique features as identifying similar-looking kanji and alternative or older shapes for the same character. Kanji in MangaLand Levels 1 & 2 includes 21 lessons. The first seven of these cover all 80 kanji characters learnt by Japanese children in their first primary school year. Lessons 8-21 cover the 160 kanji studied in the next year. In every lesson, the student will learn 8 to 12 kanji and then move on to the exercise section, which features one page of manga using all the characters learnt in that lesson; a page of different types of exercises; and a page with the correct answers, translations and a summary of the new drawing-compounds that will appear in the next lesson. The book also has two special exercise parts - one at the end of each level - as well as indexes of kanji and reading. With manga sales booming - in 2006, they approached $200 million - and interest in learning Japanese skyrocketing as well, the Kanji in MangaLand series is the perfect blend of entertainment and solid language instruction to make learning fun and effective.

Japanese Language And Literature

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Multicultural Review

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The first of a three-level series (with an optional starter level forlementary students) designed primarily for junior-high and high schoolurricula. Systemic Japanese-language acquisition through a structuredearning process is the main feature of the course. Co-ordinating structurend verbal communication skills, the student book introduces theuilding-blocks of Japanese grammar through key sentences, dialogues,xercises and activities. Illustrations and culture notes are includedhroughout.

The Publishers Weekly

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Japan Close Up

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Japan

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Understanding Manga And Anime

Author: Robin E. Brenner
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Looks at the history, creators, and vocabulary of manga and anime; details common genres; and covers the issues associated with the collection development of manga and anime titles.

Contemporary Japanese Film

Author: Mark Schilling
Editor: Weatherhill, Incorporated
ISBN: 9780834804159
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Presents some 400 reviews of Japanese films made in the 1990s. Also includes profiles of 15 Japanese directors, including Akira Kurosawa, Takeshi Kitano, and Jun Ichikawa.

Japan Echo

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