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     Japanese Schools


Richmond Nihongo Hoshuuko

 

            E-mail

 

      rvajpschool@gmail.com

 


   Newport News Japanese School

Phone

757-597-1634

E-mail

nnjschool@yahoo.co.jp

Website

http://www.nnjs.org/

Information

 Newport News Japanese School was established in 1988.

   This school is organized by the parents of the students and has been providing several courses;

  1. Pre-Kindergarten & Kindergarten

These courses provide an opportunity to develop Japanese language skill for the children who speak Japanese as the first language or basically.

 2. Elementary & Junior High School

These courses provide an opportunity to study "National Language (Japanese)" and "Arithmetic / Mathematic" based on the Japanese curriculum guidelines for the children who speak Japanese as the first language or basically.

  3. International Courses (7 to 17 year-old children)

These courses provide an opportunity to learn Japanese language as a second language and Japanese tradition & culture for the children who are non-Japanese speaker. We normally open 3 Courses;

  (1) Basic (1 year)

This course is primarily focused on basic conversation in Japanese, including greetings, counting, and Japanese grammar. Students are encouraged to read and write Hiragana characters. The class will be conducted in both Japanese and English depending on the studentís needs.

  (2) Middle 1 (1 year)

This course is primarily focused on basic conversation in Japanese, including greetings, counting, and Japanese grammar. Students are encouraged to read and write Hiragana and Katakana characters, and Kanji characters at the very basic level. The class will be conducted in both Japanese and English depending on the studentís needs.

  (3) Middle 2 (1 year)

This course is designed for students to be able to converse with greater ease and to write short sentences about their daily life in Japanese with sentence structures, grammar, Kanji characters at the studentís grade level. The class is generally conducted in Japanese mainly.

 

For more detail, please email to us.