2015 Fall EALJ 10151 20251 Final Projects

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Extensive Reading in Japanese

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Final projects from the Fall 2015 first- and second-level section of the Extensive Reading in Japanese class.

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Hye-jin Juhn

Noriko Hanabusa

Curator

Hye-jin Juhn

Subject

Japanese Studies

Japanese language

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  • Author(s):
    Dung Nguyen
    Abstract:

    A retelling of a well-known Japanese folktale about two brothers who had to divide their father inheritance. The older brother gave the younger brother only a small plot of land with a starfruit tree. However, the starfruit tree attracted a mystical bird, and in return for the delicious fruit, the creature offered to carry the younger brother to a gold mine. The older brother heard of this and exchange his fortune for the starfruit tree. Yet he was too greedy, carried too much gold on the bir…

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    2015
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  • Author(s):
    Danielle Welch
    Abstract:

    A book about a day in the life of a little boy named David. It starts with him waking up and eating breakfast. He goes to school. He has a hard time understanding the lesson and he has to ask the teacher to repeat himself. He eats lunch and plays at recess. He returns to class and he has a better time understanding the lesson. He goes home, does his homework, eats dinner, and takes a bath. The final page ends with him going to sleep

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  • Author(s):
    Yoo Jin Jung
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    A handmade book based on 女の子 / Onna no ko and ジョンさん日本へ / Jon-san Nihon e.

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    2015
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  • Author(s):
    Erica Krzywonski
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    A picture book that shows the world through the eyes of a mother and child as a means of questioning perspective. The mother asks what the child sees. The child describes something mundane, or absurd, then the mother offers a different way of looking at it.

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