2013 / Japan Foundation to provide teen beginner program of Japanese language, July 22 – 26

 

 

The Japan Foundation Los Angeles provides an introduction level Japanese language course “Summer Day Camp for Teens: Discover Little Tokyo” from July 22 – 26 at the Japanese American Cultural and Community Center.

The class will be held from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm. The program is suitable for 14 -18 years old with no prior experience in learning Japanese. Class size is 12 people.

5 days tuition is $180 including class materials.

Campers will learn:

+ Phrases through games

+ Japanese greetings and expressions

+ Japanese pronunciation and Katakana (Japanese phonetic alphabet)

+ Numbers in Japanese

+ Reading signs and menus in Japanese

+ Presentation about Japanese culture

 

20130524 JFLA Summer Camp Field Trip JANMField Trip includes:

+ Little Tokyo walking tour with the Japanese American National Museum staff

+ Lean from native Japanese experts in Little Tokyo


Testimonial by Terry Palmer

My daughter Anabel loved attending the Japan Foundation’s summer camp in 2012. It was a unique opportunity for her to study the language and converse with native speakers in class and in the Little Tokyo community.

The students immersed themselves in the language and the culture in a creative and engaging environment. It was so impressive to see how much fun they had and how much they learned in such a short time!

I highly recommend this camp for any teen interested in Japanese language or culture.

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For more information and registration, visit at www.jflalc.org/summercamp13.html

For inquiry, contact the Japan Foundation Los Angeles

at jpcourse@jflalc.org or (323) 761-7510  ext. 108.