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Wheaton: The 5 Myths of Game-based Learning (#GBL)

Wheaton: The 5 Myths of Game-based Learning (#GBL) | Japanese language | Scoop.it
This is a college educator’s intent to help other teachers (particularly other university professors teaching intelligence studies…) to have a more realistic view of both the difficulties and the rewards of incorporating games into their classes.

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24 Japanese names with strange meanings in other languages - ROCKETNEWS24

24 Japanese names with strange meanings in other languages - ROCKETNEWS24 | Japanese language | Scoop.it
24 Japanese names with strange meanings in other languages
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In Japan, the meaning of names can often be easily understood since they are typically made up of two or three Chinese characters.
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Japanese celebration - Northern Star

Japanese celebration - Northern Star | Japanese language | Scoop.it
Japanese celebration Northern Star Principal Ian Davies said the school was building on the existing sister city relationship between Lismore and Yamato Takada with a few different initiatives, including regular visits from Japanese exchange...
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A Look at the Japanese Language | Beyond Highbrow - Robert ...

A Look at the Japanese Language | Beyond Highbrow - Robert ... | Japanese language | Scoop.it
From here. A look at Japanese, with a view to how hard it is to learn for a speaker of English Japanese also uses a symbolic alphabet, but the symbols themselves are sometime undecipherable in that even Japanese ...
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What makes a language difficult? - The Economist (blog)

What makes a language difficult? - The Economist (blog) | Japanese language | Scoop.it
What makes a language difficult?
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But anyone who thinks that Japanese and Chinese are anything like equally hard for a native speaker of English to learn to speak has never tried doing so.
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Word Bucket

Word Bucket | Japanese language | Scoop.it

A nice MFL Apple and Android app which helps you practise vocabulary in Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, Chinese, Arabic, Korean, Japanese, Russian and English.
http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Languages%2C+Culture+%26+International+Projects


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Greater effort needed to promote Japanese-language learning abroad - The Japan News

Greater effort needed to promote Japanese-language learning abroad - The Japan News | Japanese language | Scoop.it
Greater effort needed to promote Japanese-language learning abroad The Japan News The Yomiuri ShimbunA report compiled by a private panel of experts for the Foreign Ministry calls for promoting the Japanese language in other countries and enhancing...
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Language Education, Societies and Power 2014 : 14th Annual ...

Language Education, Societies and Power 2014 : 14th Annual ... | Japanese language | Scoop.it
4th Annual International Conference on Japanese Studies Nihongo in Globalization: Language Education, Societies and Power グローバル化する日本語を考える:言語教育、多文化社会と国家 24-25 January 2014. Ateneo de Manila University
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The top 10 words to describe Japanese people (according to foreigners) - ROCKETNEWS24

The top 10 words to describe Japanese people (according to foreigners) - ROCKETNEWS24 | Japanese language | Scoop.it
The top 10 words to describe Japanese people (according to foreigners) ROCKETNEWS24 In Japanese, words with similar connotations to the English phrase are “yasashii” or “omoyari no aru,” meaning “thoughtful of others.” One sterling example of this...
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JLPT N5 Grammar: Past Polite Japanese Adjectives - JLPT Boot Camp

JLPT N5 Grammar: Past Polite Japanese Adjectives - JLPT Boot Camp | Japanese language | Scoop.it
JLPT Boot Camp - The Ultimate Study Guide to passing the Japanese Language Proficiency Test · About Me · By Level ... Post image for JLPT N5 Grammar: Past Polite Japanese Adjectives ...
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