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Content description VCJAU175

Japanese: F–10 Sequence / Levels 7 and 8 / Understanding / Systems of language
Content description
Recognise and use all katakana and understand the relationship in texts between hiragana, katakana and kanji
  1. reading and writing all katakana, including voiced, unvoiced, contracted and blended sounds, using the kana chart
  2. understanding that many kanji are made up of more than one component and that radicals often represent meaning, for example, the radical means something to do with ‘wood’
  3. noticing that kanji can clearly differentiate the meanings of words that are pronounced identically, such as and
  4. learning to write words and phrases using both kana and kanji, for example, 大きい(くるま)、小さい木
  5. using furigana to support the reading of unfamiliar kanji
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