Title

Japanese Language Learning Website

Lead Author Major

Computer Science

Format

SOECS Senior Project Demonstration

Faculty Mentor Name

Jinzhu Gao

Faculty Mentor Department

Computer Science

Additional Faculty Mentor Name

Michael Doherty

Abstract/Artist Statement

The Japanese Language Learning Website is a site where users can go to begin to learn the basics of the Japanese language. It will target people who have little to no background in Japanese and will start with teaching the basic characters and sounds. The site is set up with a lesson system where the user will have to pass a quiz at the end of each lesson to advance to the next lesson. Because the site is small at this point, registration will be free to everyone. The lessons will cover topics such as the writing system, greetings, numbers, particles, sentence structure, descriptors, and time. The lessons will contain text, images, and sounds to enhance the user experience and make it easier for the user to learn the material. The quiz at the end of each lesson will test the user’s knowledge of the material presented in that lesson. The quizzes can be taken as many times as it takes for the user to pass them. The site will also have downloadable content such as character charts and practice quizzes to help the user better understand the material.

Location

School of Engineering & Computer Science

Start Date

27-4-2013 2:00 PM

End Date

27-4-2013 3:30 PM

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Japanese Language Learning Website

School of Engineering & Computer Science

The Japanese Language Learning Website is a site where users can go to begin to learn the basics of the Japanese language. It will target people who have little to no background in Japanese and will start with teaching the basic characters and sounds. The site is set up with a lesson system where the user will have to pass a quiz at the end of each lesson to advance to the next lesson. Because the site is small at this point, registration will be free to everyone. The lessons will cover topics such as the writing system, greetings, numbers, particles, sentence structure, descriptors, and time. The lessons will contain text, images, and sounds to enhance the user experience and make it easier for the user to learn the material. The quiz at the end of each lesson will test the user’s knowledge of the material presented in that lesson. The quizzes can be taken as many times as it takes for the user to pass them. The site will also have downloadable content such as character charts and practice quizzes to help the user better understand the material.