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Genki, Level 1, Picture Cards CD-ROM

Genki, Level 1, Picture Cards CD-ROM

An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese
ISBN:
9784789014427
$59.99
Description

This pictorial teaching resource is designed to be used in conjunction with the 2nd Edition of the Genki Level 1 Textbook.

The Picture Cards CD-ROM contains picture cards in PDF format that correspond to vocabulary covered in the Dialogue and Grammar sections. These picture cards cover all adjectives and verbs and most nouns expressions. Contrast cards present pairs of antonymous adjectives, such as atui/samui. All the picture cards can be easily displayed on the screen, quickly searched using key words, printed in any size, and copied and pasted into other applications. This material is helpful for teachers preparing handouts, exams and other materials for their classes. An accompanying 120-page book includes the thumbnails for all the cards, two indices, and suggested usage.

System Requirements
The CD-ROMs run on both Windows and Macintosh systems. A PDF reader is necessary for viewing the card files in the CD-ROMs (Adobe Reader 7.0 or higher recommended).

Specs

Publisher: 
The Japan Times
Format: 
CD-ROM
About the Series

Jump into learning Japanese with Genki, the most popular college Japanese textbook in the United States!* This comprehensive textbook series gives beginning college and adult learners a solid grounding in all four language skill areas. Easy-to-follow grammar explanations help students learn independently, and illustrated exercises and group activities enliven classroom instruction. 

Dialogues revolve around the lives of foreign students living in Japan, presenting relatable scenes that students are likely to face in their daily lives. Culture Notes in each lesson provide intriguing insights into Japanese culture and everyday life, covering topics such as kinship terms, public transportation, and more.

Workbooks and audio CDs offer additional opportunities for practice. The Picture Card CD-Roms provide visual support for the vocabulary in Genki.

*Japan Foundation Survey, 2015.