Japanese for Teens (Midyear) 1 week ago

Hey, young language learners! Here is another offering of our short-term Japanese for Teens (13-16 y.o.) Extramural Class this midyear. Slots are restricted to 15 students and are on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration fee is Php 3,500 (materials to be sent electronically).

Start of registration via your ExCRS account is on June 10 (Thursday) at 10 am. If you do not have an account yet, please sign up at uplinguistics.com.

For registration and payment details, please check bit.ly/ExtramuralClasses. For inquiries, please message us here or email extrams.linguistics.upd@up.edu.ph.


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On Suspension of Classes 7 months ago

Please be informed that the suspension of online extramural class meetings will be on a per class basis -- your instructor will inform you via email (or text message/LMS announcement) should a class meeting be cancelled. This is because there are classes that agree to meet even if there is an announced suspension of classes and there are also classes that has assigned class work which may be done offline and will therefore consume a session. For your information and guidance.

Please keep safe.

Enrollment is closed.

Course Code Course Title Course Description Prerequisites
Bahasa 1 Bahasa Indonesia/Malaysia Beginner 1 A beginner course in learning Bahasa Indonesia/Malaysia that is composed of lessons which cover different skills in learning the language through reading, writing, and speaking. Each lesson includes exercises in reading, grammar, vocabulary, writing, and conversation, as well as some cultural notes on Indonesia and Malaysia, to equip the students with the basics of Bahasa Indonesia/Malaysia to be able to practice it in everyday setting. By the end of this course, the students will be able to (1) introduce themselves and others, as well as ask and answer personal questions in Bahasa Indonesia/Malaysia; (2) understand and use basic everyday expressions; and (3) interact and use basic sentences with Bahasa Indonesia/Malaysia speakers. (none)
Bahasa 2 Bahasa Indonesia/Malaysia Beginner 2 Continuation of Bahasa 1 Bahasa 1
Bahasa 3 Bahasa Indonesia/Malaysia Beginner 3 An intermediate course in learning Bahasa Indonesia/Malaysia that is composed of lessons which cover different skills in learning the language through reading, writing, and speaking. By the end of this course, the students will be able to (1) speak in Bahasa Indonesia/Malaysia to narrate, describe, and engage in conversations about topics such as student and family life, food, health, traveling, daily life situations, and other topics relating to the target culture; (2) read and understand texts on the above-mentioned topics; (3) write basic compositions using simple but complete and short paragraphs with good control of grammar and sentence structure about different topics; and (4) appreciate and compare the similarities and differences between their own culture and the target culture. Bahasa 2
Bahasa 4 Intermediate Bahasa 1 Intermediate Bahasa Indonesia/Malaysia 1 Continuation of Bahasa 3. Bahasa 3
Business Japanese 1 Introductory Business Japanese Japanese 6
Chinese 1 Mandarin Chinese Beginner 1 Introduction to the Chinese language The sound system of Mandarin Chinese Basic Mandarin Chinese greetings and expressions Survival/Situational Mandarin Chinese (none)
Chinese 2 Mandarin Chinese Beginner 2 Describing things, places, events, person and experiences Expressing opinion and reason Asking permission / suggestion Chinese 1, Must have taken Chinese Module 1 or Intsik 10
Chinese 3 Mandarin Chinese Beginner 3 Chinese 2
Chinese 4 Mandarin Chinese Intermediate 1 Chinese 3
Chinese 5 Mandarin Chinese Intermediate 2 Chinese 4
Chinese 6 Mandarin Chinese Intermediate 3 Chinese 5
Chinese for Kids & Teens Beginner Chinese for Kids & Teens (none)
Critical Reading and Writing Critical Reading and Writing This seminar introduces the participants to the evaluation phase which is common to both process writing and process reading. Rhetoric targets qualities associated with sociolinguistic congruence and language aesthetics, including figures of speech. Discourse targets the qualities of unity, integrity, and cohesiveness, and various modes of development. Assertions target meaningfulness, verifiability, and factual fit. Argument targets logical relations, modes of reasoning, and fallacies. Also employing the problem-based learning strategy, this seminar uses a series of exercises to drill the participants in the various modes of evaluation. Ultimately, the goal of this seminar is to train the participants towards becoming good copy editors, referees, and critics, able to train their students in professional communication. (none)
Error Density Index (EDI) Analysis Error Density Index (EDI) Analysis This seminar focuses on various grammatical constituents and rules of International English, reanalyzed based on modern linguistic theories. Using the problem-based learning strategy, the seminar leads the participants through several English constructions that often puzzle English teachers and learners alike. (none)
JLPT N2/N1 Review JLPT N2/N1 Review Department Consent
JLPT N3 Review JLPT N3 Review Department Consent
JLPT N4 Review JLPT N4 Review Department Consent
JLPT N5 Review JLPT N5 Review Department Consent
Japanese 1 Japanese Beginner 1 Reading and writing Hiragana and Katakana Basic Japanese greetings, grammar, and conversation Mastery of at least 15 basic Kanji characters (none)
Japanese 10 Japanese Intermediate 4 Japanese 9
Japanese 10.3 Speaking (N3 passer or equivalent; J9 passer) Japanese 9
Japanese 10.5 The Japanese of Music & Movies Japanese 9
Japanese 2 Japanese Beginner 2 Describing things, places, events, person, experiences Expressing opinions, reasons Asking permission, suggestions Mastery of at least 30 Kanji characters Japanese 1, Must have taken Japanese Module 1 or Hapon 10. Mastery of Hiragana and Katakana.
Japanese 3 Japanese Beginner 3 Japanese 2
Japanese 4 Japanese Lower Intermediate 1 Japanese 3
Japanese 5 Japanese Lower Intermediate 2 Japanese 4
Japanese 6 Japanese Lower Intermediate 3 Japanese 5
Japanese 7 Japanese Intermediate 1 Japanese 6
Japanese 7.1 Intermediate Kanji Japanese 6
Japanese 7.2 Intermediate Listening Japanese 6
Japanese 7.3 Intermediate Speaking Japanese 6
Japanese 7.4 Intermediate Writing Japanese 6
Japanese 8 Japanese Intermediate 2 Japanese 7
Japanese 9 Japanese Intermediate 3 Japanese 8
Japanese for Kids Japanese for Kids This is a course appreciation module for young language learners. The course includes basic greetings, expressions, and cultural activities. Ages 7 to 12 only
Japanese for Kids & Teens Beginner Japanese for Kids & Teens (none)
Japanese for Teens Beginner Japanese for Teens This is an introductory course to Japanese. Students will learn hiragana and katakana and basic greetings and expressions. May include cultural activities. Ages 13 to 16 only
Korean 1 Korean Beginner 1 Introduction to the Korean language Basic Korean greetings, grammar, and conversation Reading and writing of Hangeul (Korean characters) (none)
Korean 10 Advanced Korean 4 Korean 9
Korean 2 Korean Beginner 2 Review and continuation of basic greetings, grammar, and conversation Different verbal conjugations according to politeness Numerals and time Adjectives and speech styles Composition Korean 1, Must have taken Korean Module 1 or Koreyano 10. Mastery of Hangeul characters.
Korean 3 Korean Beginner 3 Korean 2
Korean 4 Korean Intermediate 1 Korean 3
Korean 5 Korean Intermediate 2 Korean 4
Korean 6 Korean Intermediate 3 Korean 5
Korean 7 Korean Advanced 1 Korean 6
Korean 8 Korean Advanced 2 Korean 7
Korean 8.1 Intermediate Reading and Writing Korean 7
Korean 9 Advanced Korean 3 Korean 8
Korean for Kids & Teens Beginner Korean for Kids & Teens (none)
N5 Intensive Japanese Japanese 1, 2, and 3 (none)
Thai 1 Beginner Thai 1 (none)
Thai 2 Beginner Thai 2 Beginner Thai 2 Thai 1
Thai 3 Beginner Thai 3 Thai 2
Thai 4 Intermediate Thai 1 Thai 3
Thai 5 Intermediate Thai 2 Thai 4