I’m in the JET Program and have the task of putting together a Japanese-learning booth for my prefecture’s new-arrival orientation in August.
I feel as though I have a fairly robust list of resources already, but am hoping members here can point me toward any of the items below:
Intermediate or advanced textbook resources you’ve enjoyed (as opposed to JLPT prep series). So far I only have Intermediate Japanese, and nothing for higher levels.
Particular graded readers or graded-reader series you’ve enjoyed.
Any non-standard resources you’ve used for general study that I might not be aware of. I want to be able to provide a solid starting packet for both new learners trying to wade in and higher-level learners who may be switching from classroom learning to self-study for the first time.
Thanks a ton for all the great resources this community has already made me aware of!
EDIT – I also have no idea how people learn hiragana and katakana now outside of just relying on an elementary textbook like Genki, so if you’ve done so recently and used any particularly helpful tools, please let me know!