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Build Japanese Proficiency with Seiko Igarashi’s Textbook “Japanese for American High School Students: Book 2”

This textbook is recommended for students or just anyone who wants to take their Japanese to the next level.

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Book 2 prepares students and learners to build up their linguistic competence in Japanese.

For students and learners who have built their Japanese language foundation through the help of the first textbook, it’s time to take their study forward and farther with “Japanese for American High School Students: Book 2” (Mill City Press; 2017) by Seiko Igarashi.
Book 2 is an extensive guide built on the foundation students and learners have acquired through Book 1. Each lesson focuses on broadening and strengthening students’ skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing through dialogues, essays, stories, oral practice, skits, and poems, among other means. Book 2 emphasizes vocabulary development and grammar knowledge through carefully structured instructional materials and activities that engage students and promote an energetic and lively atmosphere for learning Japanese.
The second textbook will help students and learners achieve JLPT N4 proficiency and prepare themselves for their JLPT N3 studies.
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Make sure to check out the exhibit of this Japanese language textbook at the upcoming 2020 Public Library Association Conference on February 26-28, 2020, at the Nashville Music City Center, Nashville, TN.
Japanese for American High School Students: Book 2
Author | Seiko Igarashi
Publisher | Mill City Press
Published date | December 05, 2017
Paperback price | $40.00
About the Author
Seiko Igarashi has 20 years of experience teaching Japanese to American high students. A native of Tokyo, she received a B.A. from Tokyo Woman’s Christian University and visits her family and friends in Japan every two or three years. During her career, she worked on Japanese language curriculum development for Memphis City Schools in 2001-2002 and 2008. In 2001, her students won first place in Level III competition at the National Japan Bowl held in Washington, D.C. She is a member of the American Association of Teachers of Japanese and the Tennessee Foreign Language Teaching Association. In 2012, Seiko was awarded a Certificate of Commendation from the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Japan in for her contribution to “friendship and goodwill between Japan and foreign countries through tireless efforts to promote mutual understanding between Japan and the United States of America.”

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 Seiko Igarashi
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