The Genki II teacher's set of six CDs for the second portion of the Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese 2 is just as good as the first. The Japanese English-language newspaper, The Japan Times, was instrumental in developing the only Japanese learning system that actually takes its students into account. For those who take the full the course, they will experience an entire set of twenty-three lessons, and this Genki II set is absolutely perfect for anyone who has already taken the first set of lessons.
Just like the first, it is equally at home in the classroom, and the organized textbook and workbook sets that it interfaces with can work perfectly to teach a class in an academic or business environment. Unlike so many others, each of the lessons in this system has helps students to master hiragana, katakana and 300 of the most common Kanji characters. Anyone beginning Japanese, or trying to get up to the third level for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test, will find that this language learning set works perfect for his or her own needs.
Those that have the textbook and companion workbook will find that these teacher sets have a complete set of dialogue, vocabulary, comprehension and conversational materials from the text. They are housed in a clamshell case that will hold up to most of the damage that a classroom environment can throw at it, and come complete with a track guide to match them up to the pages in the text. Considering that teaching a number of students can get rather hectic, this will prove to be very handy.
Moreover, teachers will like the fact that these are not the only compact disks that the Genki learning system uses. While the teacher's sets are indeed the master sets for the classroom, there are student versions for those times when they need to study without guidance from their sensei. Of course, it will be up to the teachers themselves to figure out how to actually get their students to study alone. A CD set can only do so much by itself, but considering how fun this system makes learning Japanese, it might not be too hard after all!
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