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OSPKYOCT 103A: Third-Year Japanese I

Preparation for function beyond basic level in a Japanese-speaking environment by developing and enhancing communicative competence through: review of basic grammar; new grammar; reading short essays and articles with help of dictionary; short writing and speaking assignments using formal style to describe, explain, and discuss sociocultural topics; enhancing listening comprehension.
Terms: Aut | Units: 12

OSPKYOCT 104A: Fourth-Year Japanese I

Emphasis on applications of correct grammar and strengthening academic communication skills through: reading longer essays, articles, and novels with some dictionary work; reading and writing assignments in paragraph format using formal style to describe, explain and discuss sociocultural topics; developing listening comprehension.
Terms: Aut | Units: 12

OSPKYOCT 105A: Fifth-Year Japanese I

For students with advanced proficiency. Goals include advanced command of grammar, composition, and stylistics. Emphasis is on academic Japanese preparing students to audit classes at a Japanese university.
Terms: Aut | Units: 12

OSPKYOCT 156: Kyoto and the Meiji Restoration

Kyoto¿s seminal role between 1850 and 1868 in triggering the Restoration, and the Restoration¿s seminal role in reinventing Kyoto as both a modern city and the cradle of Japan¿s traditional culture. The city¿s transformation from staging ground for the Restoration, to early victim of the new government¿s drive to modernize (which included relocating the imperial court from Kyoto to Tokyo), to its eventual rejuvenation as Japan¿s iconic bridge between past and present, traditional and modern. How the ¿legacy of Meiji¿ has been commemorated, debated and represented over the past 150 years.
Terms: Aut | Units: 6

OSPKYOCT 179: Kyoto Artisans and their Worlds

Focus on materials¿bamboo, wood, clay, cloth, metal and paper¿and the processes by which they turn into objects of beauty¿splitting, smoothing, shaping, dyeing, casting, carving and printing. Study blinds and archery bows, architectural and interior accents, tea bowls and vases, kimono and obi, screens, scrolls, even artisanal foodstuffs. Classes are focused around weekly fieldtrips backed by brief lectures and readings providing historical, cultural, and technical background for each topic
Terms: Aut, Spr | Units: 6
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