Coto’s 4 week Japanese Intensive Course
Coto’s intensive course aims not only for students to understand the content of their learning, but raises them to the level where they are able to use it as well.
“I studied Japanese, but ultimately did not become able to speak it.”, ” I have taken a Japanese course, but the classes were dull and boring” A developer of conversation-oriented lessons, Coto Japanese Academy (formerly Iidabashi Language School, Coto Language Academy), heard these opinions of learners and began a conversation-focused Japanese intensive course in 2012. As of spring 2014, about 250 students have taken it.
Coto Japanese Academy’s intensive course aims not only for students to understand the content of their learning, but raises them to the level where they are able to use it as well.
Coto Japanese Academy, distinguished by its small-sized conversation classes, has native instructors whose class management brings out high-quality output, as well as original educational materials that build in multiple layers from sentence patterns to conversation.
In the weekly speech task, we conduct training to solidly build the ability to communicate what you want to say using the content of your learning.
While we put our main focus on improving conversation skills, we conduct reading and writing support in courses at all levels, so students can strengthen all four linguistic skills in a well-balanced manner, exposing those from countries that do not use Chinese characters (kanji) to kanji without being overwhelming.
Those who take Coto Japanese Academy’s intensive course include businessmen focused on Japan, housewives and residents, as well as those visiting Japan for short stays. In order for learners of all types to balance their studies with their daily lives, up to one missed lesson per week can be swapped with a private or Japanese Plus class.
Based on the motto, ‘”enjoyment accelerates learning” the classes are always overflowing with output and laughter.
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