University of Hawaii Textbooks/Course Materials

University of Hawaii at Manoa • Spring 2017 Class Availability

(UH Transfer Information)

Japanese Language & Literature (JPN)

All students registered for JPN 100, 101, 102, 201, 202, 211, 212, 301, 302, 312, 318, 350, 370, 401, 402, 403, 404, 407B, 407C, 407E, 421, 425, 451, 472 must attend the first class meeting. Failure to do so without prior consent of the instructor or department advisor may result in the assignment of your space to another student and require you to drop the class to avoid a grade of "F."

Students with prior experience in the language, with the exception of those who have fulfilled prerequisites at a UH system campus, are required to take a placement test (for more information, contact Mr. Todd Ashida: 956-2066, tashida@hawaii.edu). The 101 course is intended for students with no prior experience in the language. If your language proficiency is judged to be beyond the 101-level on the first day of class, you will be placed in a higher-level course. Students who are placed 102 or a higher level may complete the language requirement faster and also earn back-credits (up to 16 credits, which can be counted toward graduation. Restrictions apply: see the Manoa Back Credit Policy). Students starting from 101 will receive no back-credits. A placement adjustment made in the first week of class does not guarantee a seat in the course appropriate for the student.

Taking the placement exam is optional for students who have already earned prerequisite college credits for Japanese language at one of the University of Hawai'i campuses, including community colleges, with a grade of C or better. However, the placement exam is strongly recommended if you are interested in taking advanced courses (300-400 level), if there has been a gap since your last language class, or if you would like a firmer sense of your proper placement.

Language requirement can be fulfilled by taking the main track courses (JPN 101-202) that cover four skills, or the oral communication courses (JPN 211-212) that focus on oral communication, or JPN 105-205 (a course with emphasis on business Japanese).

Gen. Ed./
Focus
CRN Course Section Title Credits Instructor Curr.
Enrolled
Seats
avail.
Days Time Room Dates
HSL 81130 JPN 101 001 Elementary Japanese 4 C Shi 18 2 MTWF 0830-0920a SAKAM C101 01/09-05/12
HSL 81131 JPN 101 002 Elementary Japanese 4 P Woo 16 4 MTWF 0930-1020a SAKAM C101 01/09-05/12
HSL 81132 JPN 101 003 Elementary Japanese 4 P Woo 20 0 MTWF 1030-1120a SAKAM C101 01/09-05/12
HSL 81133 JPN 101 004 Elementary Japanese 4 K Shinkuma 16 4 MTWF 1130-1220p SAKAM C101 01/09-05/12
HSL 81134 JPN 101 005 Elementary Japanese 4 S Minami 15 5 MTWF 1230-0120p SAKAM C101 01/09-05/12
HSL 82256 JPN 101 006 Elementary Japanese 4 H Uchida 16 4 MTWF 0130-0220p SAKAM C101 01/09-05/12
HSL 81135 JPN 102 001 Elementary Japanese 4 K Hata 14 6 MTWF 0830-0920a SAKAM C103 01/09-05/12
HSL 81136 JPN 102 002 Elementary Japanese 4 R Yoshii 12 8 MTWF 0930-1020a SAKAM C103 01/09-05/12
HSL 81137 JPN 102 003 Elementary Japanese 4 G Ray 12 8 MTWF 0930-1020a MOORE 119 01/09-05/12
HSL 81138 JPN 102 004 Elementary Japanese 4 S Curry 18 2 MTWF 1030-1120a SAKAM C103 01/09-05/12
HSL 81139 JPN 102 005 Elementary Japanese 4 R Nielsen 18 2 MTWF 1130-1220p SAKAM C103 01/09-05/12
HSL 84094 JPN 102 006 Elementary Japanese 4 T Klafehn 18 2 MTWF 1230-0120p SAKAM C103 01/09-05/12
HSL 84347 JPN 102 007 Elementary Japanese 4 G Ray 12 8 MTWF 1230-0120p MOORE 202 01/09-05/12
HSL 89035 JPN 102 008 Elementary Japanese 4 G Ray 16 4 MTWF 0130-0220p MOORE 202 01/09-05/12
HSL,NI 81143 JPN 201 001 Intermediate Japanese 4 E Murayama 21 0 MTWF 0830-0920a MOORE 119 01/09-05/12
HSL,NI 81144 JPN 201 002 Intermediate Japanese 4 M Ikeda 17 3 MTWF 0930-1020a MOORE 111 01/09-05/12
HSL,NI 81145 JPN 201 003 Intermediate Japanese 4 N Suzumura 21 0 MTWF 1030-1120a STJHN 15 01/09-05/12
HSL,NI 89036 JPN 201 004 Intermediate Japanese 4 E Murayama 19 1 MTWF 1130-1220p STJHN 15 01/09-05/12
HSL,NI 81146 JPN 201 005 Intermediate Japanese 4 Q Arkenstone 19 1 MTWF 0130-0220p SAKAM C103 01/09-05/12
HSL,NI 81147 JPN 202 001 Intermediate Japanese 4 M Ogasawara 20 0 MTWF 0830-0920a MOORE 111 01/09-05/12
HSL,NI 81148 JPN 202 002 Intermediate Japanese 4 M Ogasawara 23 0 MTWF 0930-1020a MOORE 423 01/09-05/12
HSL,NI 81149 JPN 202 003 Intermediate Japanese 4 V Hanaoka 19 1 MTWF 1030-1120a SAKAM C102 01/09-05/12
HSL,NI 81150 JPN 202 004 Intermediate Japanese 4 K Homma 20 0 MTWF 1230-0120p STJHN 15 01/09-05/12
HSL,NI 81151 JPN 202 005 Intermediate Japanese 4 P Woo 20 0 MTWF 0130-0220p STJHN 15 01/09-05/12
HSL,NI 89037 JPN 211 002 Int Japanese for Oral Com I 3 T Iwai 14 1 MWF 1230-0120p MOORE 205 01/09-05/12
HSL,NI 81153 JPN 212 001 Int Japanese for Oral Com II 3 K Madsen 17 0 MWF 1030-1120a HOLM 247 01/09-05/12
HSL,NI 81154 JPN 212 002 Int Japanese for Oral Com II 3 K Madsen 14 1 MWF 0130-0220p MOORE 206 01/09-05/12
  81155 JPN 301 001 Third-Year Japanese 4 T Iwai 9 6 MTWF 0930-1020a MOORE 225 01/09-05/12
  81156 JPN 301 002 Third-Year Japanese 4 T Iwai 15 0 MTWF 1030-1120a MOORE 225 01/09-05/12
  81157 JPN 301 003 Third-Year Japanese 4 Y Chen 7 8 MTWF 1230-0120p SAKAM C102 01/09-05/12
  81158 JPN 302 001 Third-Year Japanese 4 Y Wada 16 0 MTWF 0830-0920a MOORE 225 01/09-05/12
  83357 JPN 302 002 Third-Year Japanese 4 Y Wada 15 0 MTWF 1230-0120p MOORE 152 01/09-05/12
OC 86864 JPN 312 001 3rd-Yr JPN Professional Com II 3 E Murayama 13 2 MWF 0930-1020a MOORE 254 01/09-05/12
OC 83917 JPN 318 001 Oral Fluency Through Film
Restriction: Instructor Approval
3 Y Wada 17 0 MWF 0130-0220p MOORE 226 01/09-05/12
DH 81159 JPN 350 001 Intro to Japanese Linguistics 3 K Kanno 14 16 MWF 0930-1020a MOORE 103 01/09-05/12
DH 82257 JPN 350 002 Intro to Japanese Linguistics 3 K Kanno 22 8 MWF 1130-1220p MOORE 119 01/09-05/12
  82255 JPN 370 001 Language in Japanese Society 3 C Fukuda 29 1 TR 1030-1145a MOORE 103 01/09-05/12
  83049 JPN 401 001 Fourth-Year Japanese I 4 G Nakahara 13 2 MTWF 0830-0920a MOORE 394 01/09-05/12
  83918 JPN 401 002 Fourth-Year Japanese I 4 G Nakahara 14 1 MTWF 1230-0120p MOORE 394 01/09-05/12
  81161 JPN 402 001 Fourth-Year Japanese II 4 C Fukuda 10 5 MTWF 0930-1020a MOORE 394 01/09-05/12
  82807 JPN 402 002 Fourth-Year Japanese II 4 H Uchida 21 0 MWF 1030-1120a STJHN 13 01/09-05/12
                T 1030-1120a MOORE 156 01/09-05/12
  88067 JPN 403 001 4th-Yr JPN for Adv Speakers I 3 G Nakahara 18 0 MWF 1130-1220p MOORE 203 01/09-05/12
  89039 JPN 407D 002 Readings: Acad & Journ Texts 3 C Smith 13 2 MWF 1030-1120a MOORE 205 01/09-05/12
  89038 JPN 407D 001 Readings: Acad & Journ Texts 3 H Cook 15 0 TR 0130-0245p MOORE 102 01/09-05/12
  83201 JPN 407E 001 Readings: Modern Literature 3 K Ito 19 1 TR 1030-1145a MOORE 423 01/09-05/12
WI 84785 JPN 425 001 JPN to English Translation 3 Y Tateyama 13 0 MWF 0930-1020a SAKAM A102 01/09-05/12
  84453 JPN 451 001 Structure of Japanese 3 S Fukuda 16 4 TR 1200-0115p MOORE 120 01/09-05/12
DL 82808 JPN 472 001 Okinawan Language & Culture II 3 S Curry 8 22 TR 0900-1015a MOORE 103 01/09-05/12
WI 88391 JPN 493 001 Project Work in Japanese
Restriction: Instructor Approval
3 M Ogasawara 15 0 MWF 0130-0220p MOORE 112 01/09-05/12
  81166 JPN 602 001 Japanese Syntax & Semantics 3 S Fukuda 6 4 TR 0130-0245p MOORE 152 01/09-05/12
  86866 JPN 605 001 Rsrch Methodology in Jpn Ling 3 D Yoshimi 6 4 TR 0130-0245p MOORE 358 01/09-05/12
  89041 JPN 633 001 Adv Japanese Sociolinguistics 3 H Cook 6 4 T 0300-0530p MOORE 227 01/09-05/12
  89042 JPN 730P 001 Res Sem in Jpn Ling: Pedagogy 3 Y Tateyama 5 5 MW 0130-0245p MOORE 394 01/09-05/12

General Education Requirements:
FGA = Foundation GMP-A DA = Diversification-Arts DP = Diversification-Physical Science
FGB = Foundation GMP-B DB = Diversification-Biological Science DS = Diversification-Social Science
FGC = Foundation GMP-C DH = Diversification-Humanities DY = Diversification-Laboratory (science)
FS = Foundation Symbolic Reasoning DL = Diversification-Literatures HSL = Hawaiian or Second Language
FW = Foundation Written Communication NI = Non-introductory Course
Focus Requirements:
ETH = Contemporary Ethical Issues
HAP = Hawaiian, Asian, and Pacific Issues
OC = Oral Communication
WI = Writing Intensive

NOTE: Courses numbered 600 and above are restricted to classified graduate students only. All unclassified students must obtain approval from the department to register.


Class Meeting Days:
M = Monday R = Thursday U = Sunday
T = Tuesday F = Friday TBA = To Be Announced/Arranged
W = Wednesday S= Saturday