Class Overview

Japanese Conversation & Culture - Level 3 | Seattle Central College - Continuing EducationBuild upon what you learned in Level 2 and increase your understanding of Japanese language and culture.

You'll have the opportunity to sharpen your comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing skills through a variety of immersive activities, including:

  • Watch contemporary Japanese films and engage in an instructor-led discussion of the themes they present
  • Participate in a variety of role-playing activities, such as ordering at a restaurant, interacting with the staff at a hotel, buying items in stores, and more
  • Prepare and deliver one-minute speeches on different topics of interest
  • Write letters in Japanese to your classmates, exchange them, and then read them to the class

Please call 206-934-5448 to register.

Learning Outcomes

  • Continue building on what you learned in Level 2
  • Further develop your communication, listening, reading, and writing skills
  • Expand your knowledge of contemporary culture and traditions
  • Gain tools to continue practicing and refining your Japanese language skills on your own
  • Be prepared to travel to Japan and successfully interact with locals, armed with an understanding of their language and culture

Who Should Take this Class?

Prerequisite: Successful completion of Japanese Language & Culture - Level 2, or instructor permission

  • Students with an intermediate-level understanding of Japanese who wish to expand their knowledge of contemporary language and culture

Session Details

  • Class ID: 6633
  • Instructor: Junko Muraki
  • When: We're not offering this class right now, but we will again in the future. Please bookmark this page and check back for updates, or sign up for our email list to receive news on upcoming classes. Thank you!
  • Total Number of Hours: 20
  • Where: Broadway Edison Building - Room TBA | 1701 Broadway, Seattle WA 98122
  • Fee: $199
  • Additional Notes: Check out our Textbooks & Supplies page for info on any required or suggested materials for this class.

Please call 206-934-5448 to register.