JAPANESE Course
In cooperation with The Japan Foundation (JF), Japanese-Language Course offers courses based on JF Standard for Japanese-Language Education.  The principle of JF Standard is based on “Japanese for mutual understandings”.  Two types of competence are required to achieve the principle.  “Competence to accomplish tasks” – the ability to utilize Japanese language to complete social activities, and “Competence to understand foreign cultures” – the comprehension of and the respect for other cultures, as well as the motivation to broaden one’s horizons by experiencing other cultures. Each lesson contains newly developed materials and methods to foster these competences.

In addition, Japanese-Language Course is a base institute of JF Standard for Japanese-Language education in Mongolia.  The Course aims to distribute the ideas and methods of teaching endorsed by JF Standard and promotes networking among Japanese-Language teachers in Mongolia. 

Scheduled Courses in 2012-2013

Introduction Courses
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Introduction to Japanese<comprehension>

Basic Course
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Intermediate Course
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Intermediate Japanese
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Advenced Course
Advanced Comprehensive Japanese

Kanji Courses
Basic Kanji
Basic-Intermediate Kanji
Intermediate Kanji
Intermediate-Advance Kanji

JLPT Courses

Cources for Teachers
Japanese-Language Education for Teachers
Japanese-Language Education Workshop

Summer Cources
Survival Japanese
Japanese through songs

Please see the Mongolian-Language page if you are interested in details of the courses.

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  • TEXTBOOKS AND CDs of RADIO JAPANESE COURSE ARE AVAIBLE

    • You can learn basic Japanese through the story of an 18-year-old girl, Oyuna. Oyuna is a good horse-head fiddle player.  Oyuna is searching for her Japanese father who is believed to have died 16 years before. By chance, Oyuna met Jiro, a Japanese student who came to Mongolia. With Jiro’s help, Oyuna has discovered something astonishing.

       
      Vol.1; Broadcasted through the Mongolian National Radio Station in 2005-2006
      Vol.2; Broadcasted through the Mongolian National Radio Station in 2010-2011

      You can also learn with these textbooks and CDs.

      Available at the following locations;

        Mongolia-Japan Center
        JICA

        Bookshops in the city of Ulaanbaatar
      -    Inter bookshop
      -    Az khur bookshop
      -    Mir bookshop
      -    Altan tulkhuur bookshop
      -    Erdem bookshop
      -    Subashid bookshop
      -    Bolovsrol bookshop
      -    Nomyn yertunts bookshop
      -    Nomin department store
      -    Bileg department store
      -    Metromall department store

      Prices;
       Vol.1  Textbook+3CDs  7,500MNT
       Vol.2  Textbook+3CDs 12,000MNT
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