The Japanese program at the Asia Institute is one of the largest Japanese programs in Australia. The language subjects are taught at a range of levels from beginner to advanced. They are designed to maximise acquisition of the language and develop communication skills in various types of texts, interactional contexts and aspects of the construction of meaning. The curriculum also allows students to develop a broad understanding of cultural, social and historical aspects of Japan. Japanese Studies subjects help students understand the complexity and diversity of the society, and challenge stereotypes. Teaching staff create a meeting place where students from a variety of cultural backgrounds can explore language activities to promote intercultural as well as communicative expertise.
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