Japanese 1C, 2013 Final Exam

When and Where?

Thursday and Friday June 6 & 7...Final Project @Regular classroom
Wednesday, June 5...Listening@Language Lab (=HH269A)
Monday, June 10, 8:00-10:00 AM...Reading, Writing, & Kanji (=SSPA 1100)

Listening (70 pts):

You'll need a scantron for the Listening Exam (#882-E or #882-ES).

Part I
(Questions#1-10): Listen to 10 short dialogues between Ms. Machida and Mr. Kawamura (in polite form) and choose the best answer from A, B, C, or D.
Review new vocabulary and expressions from Chapter 7.

Part II: (Questions #11-20): Listen to the speech that Lisa Gibson gives about her college experiences (in polite form), and then mark A for the true statements and B for the false ones. Review new vocabulary and expressions from Chapter 5, 6, & 7.

Part III: (Questions #21-30): Listen to a dialogue between the clerk and Mr. Kawamura at a store, and choose the best answer from A, B, C, or D. Review pp.476, 477.

Vocabulary that has either not been taught or emphasized in class: おこのみやき(Japanese pan cake),すむ/すみます(live)、始め(はじめ:beginning)、 たいへんな(troublesome)、よろしいですか=いいですか、ございます=あります、いかがですか=どうですか、もっている(have), デザイン(design), ちがう(different), ポリエステル(polyester, a type of materias)、あいます(match)、はでな(bright, gaudy)、じみな(subdued in color)、もっている(have)、デザイナー(designer)、すぐに(immediately)、シャンゼリゼ(Les Champs-Elysees)、とおり=(street)、おきゃくさん(customer/client)、楽しみだ(looking forward to)、〜たらいい("wish" form)、〜てほしい{want( something)}tention、けさ(this morning)、インターネット(internet)、、ねだん(price)、 〜そく(counter for socks/shoes)、よくうれている(being sold well)、〜てもいい ("May I")、もちろん (of course)、勉強になる(learn something/be a good experience ) 、ねだん(price),きせつ(season)

Reading (70 pts):
Part I (Questions #51-65): Read an article about college students’ fashion and answer the questions. #51-55: Select the word or term which most appropriately completes the sentence in the passage. #56-65: True or false questions.
Part II (Questions #66-85): Read a essay that a Japanese teacher wrote for her students about things that you might want to try/ experience in Japan. #66-70: Select the word or term which most appropriately completes the sentence in the passage. #71-85: Answer multiple-choice questions.


Vocabulary that has either not been taught or emphasized in class: しょうかいする(to introduce)、コスタメサ(Costa Mesa)、デザイン (design)、 にあう(to look good on)、楽しんでいる(is having fun)、しんじゅく (Shinjuku - a place in Tokyo), スニーカー (tennis shoes), ナイキ(Nike), はじめて(for the first time), けいざいが悪い(economy is bad)、いつも(always)、明るい (bright)、シンプルな(simple)、アクセサリー(accessories)、りょうしん(parents), ちか(basement), サンプル(sample), いいにおい(good smell), げんきん(cash), しん切(kind), なごや (Nagoya city), しょうてんがい(shopping district)、へんぴん(returned items)、クレジットカード(credit card) 、楽しみだ(look forward to)、ゆっくり休む(take time to relax)、ちがう(different)、おかし (sweets)、においがする (smells), (ナイキ (NIKE), ユニクロ(Uniqlo), 東日本大震災(ひがしにほんだいしんさい) (Great East Japan Earthquake), のり物(forms of transportation), 何千人 (1000's of people), 災害(disaster), くすり(medicine), つなみ(Tsunami), もんだい(problem), はこぶ(carry), とまる(stay over at)

Writing (40 pts):

Suppose you are applying for a one-year"Study Abroad Program" to go to Japan. One of the requirements for the applicants is to write an essay of at least 15 sentences in 3 paragraphs in PLAIN FORM according to the guideline specified.

Review the expressions that you learned this quarter such as: と聞いた/と言った、という、すぎる、ながら、たい、ことがある、つもり、と思う、みる/しまう/いく/くる、〜時、pronounの、だけ/しか、〜たら、purposeに、そうだ、〜かどうか、〜し〜し、〜やすい、〜にくい、etc.  Use the sentence connectors, such as そして, でも, から/ので, etc., for smooth flow of organization. Be sure to create your own title.

Grading Criteria:
1. Quantity and variety of facts
2. Variety of expressions and vocabulary which were introduced in chapter 6 and 7
3. Organization and flow (introduction/body/conclusion and appropriate usage of sentence connectors)
4. Grammatical accuracy (correct conjugation, particles, and word order etc.)
5. Correct usage of hiragana, katakana, and kanji which you learned this year
(8 points each)

Kanji (20 pts):
Reading kanji from Chapter 5, 6, and 7
Writing kanji only from Chapter 7

Reading kanji 0.5x 25 = 12.5pts
Writing kanji 0.5x 10 = 5pts
Meaning 0.5x5 = 2.5pts