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Japanese for Education

Year



Type

Major, Sub-Major

Description

The Japanese for Education major and sub-major will enable graduates to teach Japanese in a secondary school setting from Years 7-12. The Japanese for Education major and sub-major are only available for students in the Bachelor of Secondary Education (Honours) program.

Prerequisite(s)

Nil

Assumed Knowledge

SACE Stage 2 Japanese.

Courses

Course Area and cat no. Units Level References
SUB-MAJOR
Japanese 2A LANG 1031 4.5 1
Japanese 2B LANG 1032 4.5 1
Japanese 3A LANG 3006 4.5 2
Japanese 3B LANG 3007 4.5 2
Advanced Languages Studies: Translation and Research LANG 3034 9 3
OR
Asian Languages In-Country LANG 2039 9 3 Note(s): 1
MAJOR
Japanese 2A LANG 1031 4.5 1
Asian Languages In-Country LANG 2039 9 3 Note(s): 1,2
Japanese 2B LANG 1032 4.5 1
Japanese 3A LANG 3006 4.5 2
Japanese 3B LANG 3007 4.5 2
Advanced Languages Studies: Translation and Research LANG 3034 9 3

Rules

Nil

Notes

  1. LANG 2039 Asian Languages In-Country is studied in Japan, in a tertiary institution specialising in the teaching of Japanese as a second language, with airfares, accommodation and other in-country costs borne by the student. Eligible students can apply for scholarships through the coordinator of the course and through the International Office. Students intending to complete a study abroad semester need to negotiate the integration of this within their program study plan, consulting with the program director.
  2. Contact UniSA Education Futures for an alternative course if you do not want to complete an in-country study tour. Language In-Country is completed in first or second year of the program, in Study Period 7.
  3. The major comprises 6 courses (36 units); the sub-major comprises 5 courses (27 units).