Hunter College is offering these classes in Summer 2021
Online Elementary Japanese II –
JPN 102-01 (3955) – 3 Credits – 5-Week Course
July 13, 2021 – August 16, 2021.
4 times per week (M, T, W, Thurs). 4 PM – 5:53 PM
Introduction to reading and writing and modern Japanese and fundamental grammar.
Prerequisite: JPN 101, Continuation of JPN 101
For more information, please contact:
Professor Mari Nakamura at firstname.lastname@example.org
Japanese Myths, Legends, and Folklore:
Building a Nation Through Fact and Fiction JPN 261.61
Who or what created Japan? What happens when you insult 47 samurai? How did a poet become the God of parking spaces? This course will identify key figures and events, both real and legend, that has played a role in shaping national and personal identity in Japanese culture. Students will engage with key texts and interpret them through perspectives related to religion, social circumstances, and political ideologies. There are no prerequisites for this course. This course is taught in English and entirely ONLINE.
SESSION 1: May 27th – July 12, 2021 (6 weeks) | Tuesdays and Thursdays
11:40 am – 2:48 pm
SESSION 2: July 13th – August 16, 2021 (5 weeks) | Mondays through Thursdays
10:00 am – 11:53 am
For More Information please contact Alex Rogals at email@example.com
Japanese Intermediate Conversation
July 13th – August 16, 2021 | Monday through Thursday
Perfect course for students looking to develop their communication skills on everyday and social topics. Topics include healthy living, life events, holidays, your community, environmental issues, etc. Online synchronous course.
Prerequisite: JPN 102
Course Material: No textbook needed. A course packet will be provided.
Objective: To present with a poster/video on a social topic
For more info, contact: Yoko Sakurai firstname.lastname@example.org