This is it. You’ve been learning Japanese day and night for exactly a year, two months, and fifteen days. You’ve signed up for the JLPT for the very first time, and you’re ready to prove to the world that you know Japanese! Except… there’s just one thing: test-taking is often a skill in of itself. While the Japanese Language Proficiency Test does aim to measure your knowledge of the language, it is structured in a way that if you simply walk into the examination room blind, it may prevent you from truly showing off your prowess. Fortunately, in this workshop, we will be going over how to effectively tackle the beast known as the JLPT.
*This workshop is meant for those who are studying for JLPT N4 &N5
*Workshops with low enrollment may be canceled
Date: 5 Wednesday sessions, starting on June 23 at 5:30-7:30 PM (Pacific Time)!
Fee: $275 (Membership is required for this booking. Join and support the Japan Society! Membership can also be applied to group lessons and other workshops in the future!)
Class format: Zoom. We want to see your happy faces, so we will ask all students to turn their videos on.
Textbook: 日本語能力試験J L P T 公式問題集第二集N４＜https://www.bonjinsha.com/goods/detail?id=12865＞
*Fee does not include the textbook. Please purchase it before the class starts.
*The textbook is available through JPT America, Inc. Once you register, you will receive a 30% off coupon in the confirmation email. The coupon will expire on June 20, 2021!
Vanasupa-sensei has been teaching Japanese for over 7 years and holds a California Teaching Credential. After living in different countries and working as an interpreter and translator for many years, she realized that teaching Japanese language and culture is what she would like to pursue as a lifetime career. Utilizing her work experiences in Japan, Vanasupa-sensei’s focus is on conversing with business Japanese and cultural differences in business.
She received her BA (Hons) in Sociology and, MA in International Studies with Research Training from University of Reading, UK, and MA in Translation and Localization Management from Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey.