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Megane (How to Read Japanese)

Megane (How to Read Japanese)

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Mamelon Mamelon (マメロン) is a free Japanese font with rounded edge design, created by the designer who brought you “Makinas“. The kanji characters were modified based on Makinas kanji, by making it rounded and then pair up with self-made kana characters. It has a total of 6600 glyphs including large collection of kanji characters, making this font a useful font to apply on many different design needs. Usage Permission French Tutorials Index: Basic Phrases, Vocabulary, Grammar, and Pronunciation with MP3s and Exercises Useful information Recordings of mp3s were done by a native speaker of French from Haute-Savoie. Feel free to download them for your own personal use or in other non-commercial educational settings. I encourage French teachers to use them in classes too! If you use Mozilla Firefox, I highly recommend the DownThemAll add-on to make downloading much faster and easier. For the vocabulary lists, I am making audio flashcards [French to English and English to French] with a flash mp3 player in each "card" so you can listen to the pronunciation of the words as you study.

Learning Japanese through Kanji Learning Japanese through Kanji "Learning Japanese through Kanji" is a series of Japanese text for intermediate and advanced Japanese learners. Studying Kanji is generally considered difficult for Japanese learners at any level, because there are literally thousands of Kanji and they have complicated shape and usages in general. But studying Kanji is inevitable to master Japanese since Kanji is so profoundly integrated into the Japanese language. Pigmo 01 Pigmo 01 (ピグモ01) is a unique, artistic Japanese font that you can download for free and use it on your commercial works. This font was derived from Pigmo 00, the hiragana, katakana and alphanumeric characters are brand new while sharing the same kanji character designs. This font supports up to JIS Level 2 kanji characters (6,355 characters). Usage Permission Free for personal and non-commercial, commercial works

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Maggie Sensei 明けましておめでとう!(=Akemashite omedetou) Happy New Year! 「明けましておめでとう!」 (=Akemashite omedetou!) “Happy New Year!” 「お年玉は?」 (=Otoshidama wa?) “Where is your New Year gift money for me?” French I Tutorial: Basic Phrases, Vocabulary and Grammar If you'd like to download the mp3s, use the DownThemAll add-on for Firefox to download all the mp3s at once instead of right-clicking on each link. Visit the French mp3s page for the list of all mp3s that accompany the French tutorials. All flashcards and exercises will open in a new window. Teaching Foreign Languages K-12 Workshop Workshop 1. Meaningful Interpretation This session looks at how the interpretation of texts (including documents, paintings, movies, audio recordings, and more) can go beyond literal comprehension and tap into students' background knowledge while fostering critical-thinking skills. Go to this unit. Workshop 2. Person to Person Focusing on interpersonal communication, session participants discuss how students use language to make themselves understood and to understand others.

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