• To communicate in spoken Japanese
  • To express ideas and information in written Japanese
  • To read and respond to written Japanese
  • To explore, understand and appreciate Japanese customs, traditions and culture.
  • Communicate about myself, my life and plans for the future
  • Explore, research, compare and critically reflect on Japanese and Australian culture
  • Consider topics from the perspective of Japanese communities
  • Prepare for internal and external assessment of oral and written components (Japanese 3).
  • Is interested in living and learning as part of a global community
  • Enjoys communicating and connecting with Japanese speakers and communities
  • Is open to developing new perspectives and cultural understanding
  • Wants to gain a competitive edge in the job market.

Course Overview

You have

  • No previous experience for Level 2
  • Completion of Level 2 or completion of the the Year 9-10 Australian Curriculum Achievement Standards in the chosen language

TASC course

Japanese 3

May lead to

  • Further study
  • Global work opportunities, particularly in areas such as tourism, marketing, retail, hospitality, business, education and communications, diplomacy and the arts
  • Possible opportunities for travel.