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“Inefficient Language Education”

This is the title the Japan Times Online editors gave to the response article I wrote about Japanese language education. You can check out my response and the original article by going to the Japan Times Readers In Council site (click this link to do that).

The title is perfect because the truth of the matter is Japanese language education is inefficient, if promoting overall speech and intercultural communication is the goal. If promoting high grades on entry exams is the goal then the system is working right now, sort of. We need to bridge this gap between Japanese language teachers and foreign educators so as to break down the divide in Japan’s language education system. My response offers possible solutions. Check it out.

Peace

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  1. October 20, 2010 at 3:51 am

    I am agree with your views.
    Your response, in really, offers solution..
    These can be adopt to the best possible.

    Thanks,
    Kid Homework Help

  1. December 19, 2008 at 5:15 am

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