See below for a summary table of these resources.
Detailed information for teachers is provided in the Teachers’ notes section of this website.
Accessing the Scenarios
- You can access the Scenarios from this website by linking directly to the launch page of each Scenario.
- You can download (zip file) a browser-based version of each resource to run off your network (plug ins required).*
- You can download (zip file) a standalone executable version of each Scenario (no plug ins required).*
NOTE: The standalone versions that you can download are compressed .zip files. These must be extracted/unzipped/uncompressed before they can be used using Winzip, Stuffit expander, Winrar etc. See Technical help for more information.
|Scenario 1: Kasajizo
|Scenario 2: Ninja to the Rescue!
|Scenario 3: Makeover Camp
|Scenario 4: Big Brother Swap
|Scenario 5: Honeymooners
|Scenario 6: Speed Dating
|1 Kasajizo is a fairytale/fable about an old couple in ancient Japan who have nothing to eat at New Year.
|2 Ninja Story engages students in the use of Japanese language in the context of a ninja adventure in the samurai era.
|3 Makeover Camp explores the use of Japanese language in the context of a healthy lifestyle in Australia and Japan.
|4 Big Brother explores language in the context of family life in Australia and Japan.
|5 The Honeymooners uses the context of two holidays to explore the use of Japanese language. The holiday that starts disastrously turns out to be quite an adventure whereas the one that seemed so wonderful at the start goes off the rails.
|6 Speed Dating explores the use of Japanese language in interpersonal relationships in the context of popular culture.