Workshop

Fundamentals of Kanji
WORKSHOP

Fundamentals of Kanji

Friday, May 4, 6 PM

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Workshop
Friday, May 4, 6–8 PM

Why is stroke order important? Why are there multiple readings of the same Kanji? Is there an efficient and less painful way to learn new ones? What can I do to overcome my “Kanji allergy?”

In this workshop, you will be guided through the fundamental concepts of Kanji structure, bushu (radicals), on & kun readings, and more. For students in Levels 1–4, this is a perfect introduction to Kanji. For students in Levels 5–9, this will be an excellent opportunity to revisit the fundamentals of Kanji to reinforce your existing and future Kanji knowledge.

Tuition: $37 nonmembers/$30 Japan Society Individual & Corporate members

Instructor: Ms. Kazue Kurahara earned a BA from Hunter College and an MA in Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language from NYU. She holds teaching certifications in both Japanese and English as a Second Language. She has taught Japanese at various institutions, including New York University, Hunter College, Pace University, and The New School. She is currently hosting Japan Society’s YouTube series "Uki Uki NihonGO! + Culture.”

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