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    TY for Non-Beginners

    We have a number of Modules and WebQuests designed for TY students who have already studied either French, German, Italian or Spanish.

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    Italian Language eBooks

    We are now providing you with access to the e-books “In Bocca al Lupo!” and Giro d’Italia (Vol. 1 and 2) at no cost! Previously these were not available for viewing or download on iPhones or iPads but now they are. Links to interactive activities are embedded, as well as links to audio files. The recording facility is not available but you can use one of the many apps available for this part of the course.

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    TY Modules for Beginners

    We have a number of modules designed for TY students who are beginning to learn either Chinese, German, Italian, Korean, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian or Spanish.

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    WebQuest – A trip to (German)

    Designed for Transition Year students, this WebQuest will take your students on a journey. They will learn to plan and undertake research while using the target language.

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    Japanese Lesson Plan: Greetings

    Use this lesson plan to teach Japanese greetings to your TY class

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    Japanese Hanami Festival Worksheet

    Use this worksheet to teach your TYs about the festival of Hanami

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    History of the Korean alphabet

    The Korean alphabet is unique. Meet the king who invented it and watch him work his linguistic magic in this chapter of the history of writing.

    On your journey, you wake up in another palace. This time you’re in Korea. The first face to greet you is that of King Sejong the Great. He tells you of centuries of struggles trying to fit Chinese characters to his Korean language. He compares it to Japanese. But he wants something cleaner, more efficient. You tell him about your alphabet, but he’s not impressed. Watch as he knocks your ideas down and invents a better writing system. Are you convinced? Could this be the greatest major moment in the history of writing?

     

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    Japanese festivals

    Use this powerpoint to help you teach your TYs about Japanese festivals

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    Japanese Family Vocabulary

    Use this powerpoint to go over family vocabulary in Japanese

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    Japanese clothing and colours game

    Use this game to teach clothing vocabulary and the colours in Japanese to your TY class

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    Facts on Japan team quiz

    Use this team activity to review any facts your students know about Japan

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    Japanese Origami

    Use this powerpoint to learn about the art of Japanese paper folding

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    Japanese TY module: Summer Test

    Use this test to assess your students’ knowledge of everything covered over the course of the Japanese TY module

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    Lesson plan: Numbers and phone numbers

    Use this lesson plan to help you teach numbers in Japanese

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    Japanese TY module: Travel and tourism lesson plan

    Use this lesson plan to help you with the Travel and Tourism section of the Japanese TY module

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