April 7, 2011

Metasite: Japanese Learning Resources Website

From http://public.gettysburg.edu/~tsengiku/JPNlinks/home.html

This site was created by students studying independently and in the classroom so that those who want to study more on their own, either exclusively or as a supplement to their classroom studies, can have a convenient list of websites to choose from.

The link collections are split into three stages: Stage 1, for those just beginning their studies; Stage 2, for those who have been studying for several years (or around JLPT N3*); and Stage 3, for upper intermediate to advanced students (or around JLPT N2 and N1). Sites that are useful for students at more than one stage of their learning are listed in each respective stage so that users can conveniently choose one stage at a time for links relative to their levels.

Each website has a description with it, and any websites that we have particularly chosen as helpful have additional student comments.

Finally, tools, dictionaries, programs/iPod Touch and iPhone apps, and games are found under the Tools and Dictionaries/Newspapers pages. Some may be more appropriate for certain levels, but for the most part, all are usable by any student, and recommendations for specific programs, games, etc. are found at the description at the top of each stage's page.

Visit this website at http://public.gettysburg.edu/~tsengiku/JPNlinks/home.html

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