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  1. Awesome Library in Japanese (Requires Japanese font.)
Lists
  1. Japanese Resources (iLoveLanguages - Chambers)
      Provides lessons, dictionaries, translation guides, news, and literature. 1-02

  2. Japanese Search Engine (MSN)
      Provides Web searches in Japanese. 6-00

Materials
  1. -Online Translator (WorldLingo.com) star
      Provides online translations between English, Greek, Dutch, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, Swedish, Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Russian, and Japanese for up to 150 words. 04-08

  2. -See and Hear Web Pages in English, Japanese, or Other Languages (Awesome Library) star
      Awesome Talkster allows you to hear Web pages. You can, for example, set the voice to Japanese and start with www.awesomelibrary.org/Japanese.html to see and hear the Web in Japanese. By adding a voice to Web pages, children and teens can learn to pronounce words as they read them. Awesome Talkster includes an animated character, providing synchronized highlighting so that children can follow along even more easily. This multi-sensory approach is a powerful method for improving reading skills. Online books for children and teens to practice their reading skills are available in the Awesome Library. 1-03

  3. Japanese-English Dictionary (Breen - Peterson)
      Translates English words into Japanese and gives alternative contexts. Does not require Japanese fonts to be downloaded. 6-00

Papers
  1. Japanese Encyclopedia (Wikipedia.org)
      Provides over 10,000 articles in the language. 12-04

Purchase Resources
  1. Japanese Books Search (Amazon.co.jp)
      Provides searches in Japanese. Requires the Japanese font. 6-02

   
   


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