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JLS3437 Japanese (Life and the Environment)
Credit Points: 15
Any two of the following:
JLS2326 Japanese (Society)
JLS2346 Japanese (Science and Technology)
JLS2356 Japanese (The Arts)
JLS2386 Japanese (Travel and Trade)
JLS2396 Japanese (Media)

Starting with the theme of the 'liveable city', students explore aspects of city life such as housing, transport, infrastructure, education, health, lifestyle, entertainment and the cost of living. Students look at the challenges posed by environmental issues such as sustainability and climate change. Students will develop the four language skills in an integrated way through collaborative tasks and activities. They will interact with native speakers of Japanese as they gather information and discuss differences and similiarities about life in Japan and Australia.

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This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
MAAADDJapanese Major
MAAADGJapanese Major
MIAAHJJapanese (Post ATAR) Minor
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 15/03/2013 VET: 20/05/2013