Japanese Language Hiragana Resource Pack

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A resource pack highlighting key vocabulary for Japanese Hiragana and Kanji with English translations.

These teaching resources can be used in the classroom to consolidate the students’ knowledge of the Japanese Language, specifically Hiragana and wherever necessary, using Kanji text.

Languages other than English are an important part of understanding written text and spoken languages from around the world and how they relate to the students’ mother tongue.

These educational posters and other activities, along with our Teach Starter Hiragana resource collection can be used as part of a Japanese Language unit.

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  • I love these and would love to display them in my class to support our Japanese program…could I have the pronunciations added….particularly to the greetings? Thanks

    Comment by Kim Atkins on November 25, 2018 at 11:38 am


    • Hi Kim,
      We have another resource pack of these poster resources with the ‘romaji’ or English pronunciation written on them. Check out the link below:

      Japanese Language – Teaching Resource Pack


      If there is anything else I can assist you with, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

      Official comment by Kristian on November 26, 2018 at 8:06 am


  • Hi TeachStarter,
    Firstly, this looks great – thanks heaps! Just wanting to ask, is there a possibility to have both Hiragana and Romaji on the same chart (I know you have them separately…). Having both on the same poster would be absolutely ultimate for the classroom!!
    Many thanks in anticipation,
    Amy

    Comment by Alec Beckett on January 7, 2019 at 8:30 am


    • Hi there,
      We have deliberately left Romaji from this resource in response to the Australian Curriculum guidelines for teaching Japanese. We initially had the romaji resources only and have added the hiragana/kanji posters to support the Australian Curriculum Context Statement. It is important for students to begin to understand the phonetic nature of hiragana characters without relying on romaji as a ‘cheat-sheet’ of sorts. If you feel this is in error, feel free to Request a Resource bu heading to the following link and filling in the form:

      Request a teaching resource


      If there is anything else I can assist you with, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

      Official comment by Kristian on January 9, 2019 at 9:39 am


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