It is our hope that our course will motivate our students to enjoy studying the Japanese language and culture, and will help them feel closer to the people who actually live in this culture and speak this language.
The Japan Foundation Kuala Lumpur offers various support to Japanese Language Teachers – from developing and sharing teaching material to enhansing public school syllabus with Schools. Page features JFKL Course for Teachers, Seminer & Workshop, Teaching Resources, Teacher Registration and News letter for Teachers.
JLPT certificates offer various advantages, ranging from recognition as academic credit and graduation certification at schools to preferential treatment at companies and acknowledgement of qualification in society.
The Japan Foundation supports Japanese-language education overseas with the aims of: to enhance mutual communication between Japan and other nations, to foster cross-cultural understanding and, to form a basis for deepening other nations’ understanding of Japan. Programs are open to public applications and include: training programs for teachers and other specialists, and grant programs for foreign organizations.
What is TADOKU?
Is it fun and effective way for students to learn Japanese language?
What does it take to conduct TADOKU activity in class?
JFKL is ready to support those who want to know about, experience and conduct TADOKU activity!