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Alumni Information Page

Maloney Alumni Students in Grades 6-12

Join us for an afternoon Japanese language class!

Monday, 3:45-5:00 PM

Maloney Interdistrict Magnet School
No class on holidays and half-days. 
Students may join the class at any time - just email us to make sure we 
have class that day.

$10 per session
(Any funds collected that go beyond normal teacher fees for a 
one hour class will be used to buy extra materials for the class.)

We will review the Japanese that you learned at Maloney and move you up to 
a higher level!  We will use stories, games, and conversations, along with 
reading and writing practice to improve your Japanese skills.

Links for Alumni

 

Here is that cool game website with the hiragana karuta.
Kids Nifty Game Site

 

Here is a list of universities and colleges in New England that 
offer 
Japanese language instruction.
Japanese in College

 

Japanese Verb Conjugations #1
Click here if you know meaning or the verb and you want Japanese and romaji answers.

 

Good Japanese-English, English-Japanese Online Dictionary. Shows 
kanji and 
hiragana (no romaji).
Click here for online dictionary.

 

English-Japanese Dictionary with Romaji only for simple words.
Click here for romaji English-Japanese dictionary.

 

Hiragana Listening Quiz
Click here for the Clock Listening Quiz.

 

Hiragana Chart - Click to see the stroke order.
http://www2.hawaii.edu/~ssatoru/other/kana/hiragana_image/index.html

 

Hiragana Listening Quiz
http://www.quia.com/quiz/473204.html

 

KAISEKI RYORI Packet
Here is where you can listen to a lot of the greetings.
http://webjapanese.com/sound/greetings/

 

Making Rice Reading practice - Listening Link
Watch the video that goes to the reading practice.
http://larcdma.sdsu.edu/user/index.php?lang=Japanese&topic=Food&id=597

 

Go here to learn about MEAL ETIQUETTE in Japan.
http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e2005.html

English Article about Kaiseki Ryori
http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e2348.html

 

American Sign Language video dictionary website.
http://commtechlab.msu.edu/sites/aslweb/browser.htm

 

Go here to learn all about 6th graders in Japan. Listen to their introductions, class description, and their school and 
teacher all in 
Japanese.
http://www.tjf.or.jp/shogakusei/6-1/index_j.htm

 

These are the links to the seven high school students' messages 
and self-introductions..
http://www.tjf.or.jp/deai/contents/search/photo_top.html

Practice Videos for GENK textbooks

 

Other Resources