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Content description VCJAU157

Japanese: F–10 Sequence / Levels 5 and 6 / Understanding / Systems of language
Content description
Recognise some single and whole word katakana and develop the ability to use hiragana and kanji in a single text
  1. reading and writing all hiragana (including voiced, combined and long vowel sounds and double consonants) using the kana chart
  2. learning that kanji were brought from China and that hiragana was formed by simplifying the form of kanji, while katakana was formed using a part of kanji
  3. learning to apply the basic principles of stroke order to write all hiragana and high-frequency kanji such as 月、日、木、人
  4. recognising frequently used katakana words such as オーストラリア
  5. reading and writing words, phrases and sentences using kana, for example, わたし の 本、これ は かぞく です。
  6. understanding the use of basic Japanese punctuation marks such as まる(。) and てん(、), and katakana long vowel marks, for example, in a student’s name such as ルーク
  7. understanding the use of furigana as a reading aid
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