① Kubota Y., Grammatica di Giapponese Moderno, Venezia, Cafoscarina, 1989
Suggested further readings:
② Mariotti M., La lingua giapponese, Carocci 2014
③ Shin Shokyu Nihongo Lingua Giapponese, Corso introduttivo I, ed. italiana a cura di S. Dalla Chiesa, Venezia, Cafoscarina, 2005 (N.B. Digital online version (free): http://jplang.tufs.ac.jp/account/login
④ Shin Bunka Shokyu Nihongo (vol.I), ed. italiana a cura di S. Dalla Chiesa, Venezia, Cafoscarina, 2004.
⑤ Dispensa: Hiragana e Katakana, Venezia, Cafoscarina (2018/2019)
⑥ Dispensa: Kanji no mori 1, Kanji no mori 2 (Nishioka), Venezia, Cafoscarina (2018-2019)
⑦ Dispensa: Fujisan (Higuchi), Venezia, Cafoscarina (2015/2016)
⑧ Dispensa: Kappa (Higuchi), Venezia, Cafoscarina (2015/2016)
⑨ Dispensa: Totoro (Yasuda), Venezia, Cafoscarina (2015/2016)
⑩ Kanji (Ueda-Suzuki.M), Venezia, Cafoscarina (2018/2019)
Registration to the following Language Laboratory Link is strongly suggested:
Suggested Electronic Dictionary: Casio XD-K7400
Seiichi Makino, Michio Tsutsui, A Dictionary of Basic Japanese Grammar, The Japan Times 1989
(password required: it will be delivered through the CMM forum)
This course of Japanese language is held in two semesters.
At the end of the first semester there will be a test performed on the computer:
1. a writing test - on computer (CMM)
2. a grammar test. on computer (CMM).
This test does not provide a numerical score, but only an "idoneità" judgment, required to take the second semester test.
At the end of the second semester there will be a final test consisting of:
1. a written test of kanji (15 readings and 15 writings) and grammar (18 cloze questions; 8 multiple choice; 2 sentences of Italian-Japanese translation) without the aid of the dictionary - 35 min;
2. a Japanese-to-Italian written translation with the help of the dictionary - 90 min;
3. an oral exam featuring: a reading comprehension test, questions on the grammar examined during the course, conversation and role play.
The final grade will be determined by the average of the 30/30 grades obtained in each of the three tests.
The 18 credits associated with this class will be achieved after passing the intermediate and final exam.
The "idoneità" achieved in part I (intermediate) will be valid until the completion of part II (final) by and no later than the January appeal of the following year.
In case of failure to pass part II on the January appeal, the student will have to take again the exam of the first part and will be able to do starting from the second appello of January.