Kanji Learning Any Time, Any Place for Japanese VI

A kanji character, a few written phrases using this kanji, and an illustration of a fruit tree standing in the middle of a field

"果" is a shokei moji (象形文字) among the 1026 kyoiku kanji (教育漢字), the most commonly used kanji (Image courtesy of Takako Aikawa and Meghan Perdue).


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This resource aims to enhance students’ learning of kanji by providing a series of video lectures that cover the kanji characters in Tobira lessons 6–10. The video lectures not only teach how to write kanji but also provide stories behind the kanji characters.

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Takako Aikawa, and Meghan Perdue. RES.21G-506 Kanji Learning Any Time, Any Place for Japanese VI. Spring 2021. Massachusetts Institute of Technology: MIT OpenCourseWare, https://ocw.mit.edu. License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA.

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