Hakuho Scheme for a Global Children’s Japanese Language Network is now accepting applications from overseas schools for participation in the 11th Japanese Language Exchange Program. Continue reading →
Japanese-language education support overseas is one of the central activities of the Japan Foundation. It plays a key role in promoting Japanese-language education in Canada through its various activities.
For people who want to learn more about the Japanese language and culture.
Workshops, network development, etc. for Japanese-language teachers in Canada.
Including teacher/specialist training programs and graduate scholarships in Japan.
Available to Canadian educational institutions to support the dissemination of Japanese-language and the development of Japanese-language education.
Held annually in Toronto, Edmonton, and Vancouver.
Useful links for teachers and learners of Japanese as well as information about Japanese-language education overseas.
Message from People Studying Japanese of the World ― It’s fun to study Japanese!
The Japan Foundation has put together a selection of messages from people studying Japanese, including Canada’s own KEVIN REYNOLDS!
Talk by Ms. Nami Ohara, Memorial University of Newfoundland – Jan. 26 (Sat) 8:00 – 9:00 pm (Eastern Time)
Topic: “YouTube and Japanese Language Education”
This workshop on January 26 will showcase practical examples of using “Marugoto: Japanese Language and Culture.” While the Japan Foundation developed “Marugoto” to be used as the main textbook in a course, the concepts promoted by the books as well as its various supplementary online resources can be used in Japanese language courses using other books as the main textbook.
Talk by Ms. Yasuko Senoo, McGill University – Dec. 19 (Wed) 8:00 – 9:00 pm (Eastern Time)
Topic: “Online Exchange Between Universities in Japan and Canada”
Join us in the New Year, every second Saturday from January 19 to March 30, for a new intermediate Japanese language class!
This class is made up of 6 two-hour lessons covering the “Climbing Mount Fuji” topic from Marugoto: Japanese Language and Culture Intermediate 2 (B1) textbook, including activities focusing on all four areas of communication (listening, speaking, reading, and writing).