February 16 – June 1, 2023
16 weeks (24 class hours) February 16 to June 1
Thursdays 1.5 hours
8-9:30pm Eastern; 7-8:30pm Central, 6-7:30pm Mountain, 5-6:30pm Pacific
Location: Online via Zoom
Age: Adults 18+
Class Size: Minimum 3 students; Maximum 7 students
Materials Needed: All material will be provided.
What can I expect to learn?
By the end of 8 weeks, you should be comfortable with the following:
Introductions, greetings/farewells, asking for and talking about basic information and questions, talking about schedules, talking about your day or things you did in the past or will do in the future, talking about price and asking the cost of things, talking about weather, Hiragana/Katakana for writing and reading names, any grammar related to above topics.
By the end of 16 weeks, you should be comfortable with the following in addition to those listed above: stating location and position, using verbs with indirect or direct objects, expressing gratitude and feelings, inviting someone, making suggestions, offering to do something, making polite requests, talking about your health condition, using “wo” in several ways, and using several new verb conjugations including the [te form] and [nai form]
Payments options are as follows:
Pay in full today: $290
Hold your spot and pay the rest by February 13, 2023: $310 ($50 deposit now. Remaining balance paid by February 13, 2023).
Payment is accepted by credit card, Venmo, Zelle, Google Pay, and Paypal.
Tiballi-sensei has been very kind and I appreciate the time she takes on Sundays to have open class sessions for those who have questions.Previous student in japanese 101
about the instructor
Tamaki is a native Japanese speaker originally from Japan.She has a BA of Language and culture from Osaka University of Foreign Studies, a BA in Developmental Psychology from Kobe University, and a MA in Russian and Developmental Psychology from Kobe University. She also holds a certification in Teaching Japanese as a Second Language.
Tamaki worked as an adjunct professor at colleges and a university teaching classes related to developmental psychology, psychology of development disability, and child speech and language development. She also worked as a counselor to parents of children with special needs. Tamaki also spent several years teaching Russian classes at the Russia Association of Hyogo. After moving to the United States several years ago, she began teaching Japanese language classes for college students at Lewis University in Illinois and Japanese classes for adults in the continuing education program of the College of DuPage.
Tamaki continues her work with Lewis University and the College of DuPage by teaching online Japanese classes while offering private tutoring on the side via Zoom and Skype.