Application of the JF Can-do Model in Teaching Japanese to Non-Japanese Majors in Vocational College

2020 DEStech Transactions on Social Science Education and Human Science  
The term "JF Can-do" comes from the JF Standard for Japanese-Language Education 2010 (the "JF Standard") formulated by the Japan Foundation in 2010. It refers to the proficiency of Japanese-language learners in using the Japanese language in practical activities. The concept of Can-do mainly contains the setting of teaching objectives and the evaluation of teaching effects, which is pretty advanced for Japanese-language education. To address the problems appearing in vocational college
more » ... language courses for non-Japanese majors, this paper explores the establishment and implementation of a new Japanese-language class under the guidance of the JF Can-do model.
doi:10.12783/dtssehs/icesd2020/34414 fatcat:lqwljf32yzcvpc752f4np2b25e