• Marugoto: Japanese Language and Culture is for beginners who are interested in Japanese language and culture, and who do not have any prior knowledge of the Japanese Language. Communicative language activities are provided and used within the context of Japanese settings, such as -traveling, shopping etc...


    • MARUGOTO Teaching Techniques Module 1 in Baguio

      In this course, participants will learn the techniques of teaching Nihongo using the 「まるごと 日本のことばと文化」textbook, which has been developed based on the JF Standard (Can-Do Statement). The participants will first get to know what the Can-Do Statement is all about, then discover teaching methods that are aimed towards it. Furthermore, participants will learn how to use the pictures and audio materials to lead the students to communicate in a fun, enjoyable and effective way.

      Experience the actual (demo) lesson, and familiarize yourself with the fun and interactive Marugoto teaching techniques!

      Date November 8-9, 2014 (Saturday & Sunday)
      Time November 8 (9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.)
      Registration 8:30 a.m.
      November 9 (10:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.)
      *Total of 11 hours
      Venue Filipino - Japanese Foundation of Northern Luzon, Inc.(ABONG), Dining Hall (2/F)
      #3 Bukaneg St. (Legarda Road), Baguio City, 2600
      No.of participants to be accepted Minimum of 10 persons
      Maximum of 16 persons
      Tuition Fee Php 800.00
      Condition for participation Must be a Nihongo teacher, i.e. has experience teaching Nihongo
      (Regardless of whether one is a native or non-native speaker of Nihongo)
      Inquiry The Japan Foundation, Manila
      23/F Pacific Star Bldg., Sen. Gil Puyat Ave., Cor. Makati Ave., Makati City
      TEL. # 811-6155~58
      FAX # 811-6153
      E-mail: email@jfmo.org.ph
      Download Marugoto Teacher's Training Baguio Flyer 2014
      Application Form for MARUGOTO Teaching Techniques in Baguio


      The course will be conducted in both English and Nihongo

      To apply, please send yourcompleted application form and payment to Ms. Rowena Okabe, President, Association of Nihongo Teachers in Northern Luzon (ANT-NL)

      by October 17, 2014 (Friday). For payment instructions and sending of applications, please contact Ms. Okabe at earp8_pai@yahoo.com.ph

      The application form is downloadable at The Japan Foundation, Manila website. www.jfmo.org.ph