<Easy Japanese> and Teaching Japanese as a foreign language (JFL) in the Scottish context

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Abstract

This paper focuses on the Japanese language provision in Scottish primary/secondary education, including an overview of Scottish Education, Languages policy, qualifications and development, and approaches to developing Japanese as a foreign language (JFL) in Scottish classroom. The paper is based on <Yasashii Nihongo> (Easy Japanese) as a key concept for JFL (Japanese as a foreign language) children in Scotland and beyond.
Translated title of the contribution<Easy Japanese> and Teaching Japanese as a foreign language (JFL) in the Scottish context
Original languageJapanese
Title of host publication学習院女子大学主催シンポジウム<やさしい>日本語と多文化共生
PublisherDaiho
Pages25-30
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 17 Feb 2018
Event<やさしい日本語>と多文化共生 - Gakushuin Women's College, Tokyo, Japan
Duration: 17 Feb 201818 Feb 2018

Conference

Conference<やさしい日本語>と多文化共生
CountryJapan
CityTokyo
Period17/02/1818/02/18

Keywords

  • Young Japanese learners
  • <やさしい日本語>(Easy Japanese)
  • Japanese as a Foreign Language

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