Unit 1 Inviting, telling time, making plans ゆきさんの カラオケパーティー
Unit 2 Describing your house and surroundings ひっこし!
Unit 3 School life あたらしい 学校
Unit 4 Seasons きせつ
Unit 5 Shopping たんじょうびの プレゼントー
Unit 6 Describing people どんな 人
Unit 7 Eating out いただきます！
Unit 8 Exchange programs こうかん りゅうがくせい
Unit 9 Giving directions まっすぐ 行きます
Unit 10 Sports heroes スポーツヒーロー
Unit 11 Part-time jobs アルバイト
Unit 12 Media メディア
Getting started – The first section of the unit introduces a variety of text types, the unit theme, and key language
Renshuu – provide examples of the sentence patterns introduced in the unit. Here you will and speaking and listening practice of all the key elements of the unit
Kanji – These sections deal with Japanese writing. Each character or kanji is shown with its stroke order, pronunciation (as appropriate), meaning and also example words or phrases
Nihonbunka – The Japanese Culture section gives you important and interesting information about Japanese culture
Daihakken – The Breakthrough section covers intercultural learning. It features a variety of stimulus material, and provides you with strategies to explore these points further via class discussion or homework investigations. This section is designed to help you develop a rich understanding of how languages and cultures influence each other, and to relate to other languages and cultures
Bumpoo – provides the language foundation (or grammar) of each unit. The grammar is introduced through example sentences. To this, we add Tango (vocabulary) to give the grammar its flavour
Bumpoo Plus – Here you will and detailed explanations of the grammar points introduced in each unit. This section provides extra examples and draws attention to the tricky aspects of the sentence patterns introduced.
Extra – This section features further Japanese text types, such as conversations, emails, invitations and letters, and gives students the opportunity to produce them themselves.