日本語

Course Code etc
Academic Year 2023
College University-wide Liberal Arts Courses (Comprehensive Courses)
Course Code cross-disciplinary studies
Theme・Subtitle ―やさしい日本語でともに学び、ともに生きる―
Class Format Face to face (all classes are face-to-face)
Campus Ikebukuro
Semester Fall semester
DayPeriod・Room Mon.2・4341, Thu.3・4341
Credit 4
Course Number CMP2100
Language Japanese
Notes 2016年度以降1年次入学者対象科目
Text Code FA301

【Course Objectives】

As a native Japanese speaker in Japan (linguistic majority) and an advanced Japanese speaker living in Japan (one who does not feel inconvenienced in life), be able to critically discuss the state of multicultural conviviality in Japan and the role of universities in Japan, and explain in simple Japanese what kind of society a multiculturally convivial society is. Explain in simple Japanese what kind of society a multiculturally convivial society is. Through the class, the students will be able to improve their ability to use easy Japanese and communicate not only concrete and basic expressions in easy Japanese, but also abstract matters in easy Japanese.

【Course Contents】

As a native Japanese speaker in Japan (linguistic majority) and an advanced Japanese speaker living in Japan (one who does not feel inconvenienced in life), be able to critically discuss the state of multicultural conviviality in Japan and the role of universities in Japan, and explain in simple Japanese what kind of society a multiculturally convivial society is. Explain in simple Japanese what kind of society a multiculturally convivial society is. In addition, by comparing the form of multicultural conviviality that Japan is aiming for and the methods used to achieve it with those of Europe, the United States, and Asia, and by understanding the characteristics of each, the student will be able to explain what attitudes and behaviors the linguistic majority in Japan must have in order to enable the diverse people living in Japan to live together in a true sense. In this way, we will be able to express in easy Japanese what attitudes and actions should be taken by the linguistic majority in Japan in order to enable the diverse people living in Japan to truly coexist. They will also be able to think about what Japanese universities should do to realize such a multiculturally convivial society in Japan and make proposals in easy Japanese. In addition, through the class, students will be able to improve their ability to use easy Japanese and communicate in easy Japanese not only concrete and basic easy Japanese expressions but also abstract matters.

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