The Hiragana for this week is そ、pronounced as “soh.”
So far this is just about the hardest one to write in my opinion. The first three columns of practice took a really long time and looked terrible. 68 more words
When I first started studying Japanese, I used an inexpensive application for for iOS devices called StickyStudy to learn hiragana and katakana. This app was particularly useful for me because it doesn’t require an internet connection and I did most of my studying while commuting through the subways of D.C. 83 more words
Back again with teaching ideas and lesson sequence for Book 4.
Remember— the vocabulary lists for all four books in Series 1 are on Language Perfect, so, if your students are subscribed to Language Perfect, you can use them as a vocabulary-learning exercise. 573 more words