What we study in the class: Kanji, Verbs, Particles, Kana
Some simple things to say in Japanese, and how to start learning kanji
How Japanese verbs work (one-way changing vs. five-way changing).
How the katakana can be found as radicals in kanji.
How one-way vs. five-way helps understand -tte forms, past tense, -masu form, etc.
Breaking the kanji down into their radicals to aid in writing, understanding, stroke order, etc.
The seven types of kanji radicals. There is no "man" radical, but the "woman" radical appears everywhere.
A few simple, silly stories to help memorize example kanji of 前 and 怒る (as opposed to 奴)
This new version removes Magda Hobart (ninja woman "The Stick") and gives her radical (letters "i" and "t") to Sparky, decreasing the number of characters by one and simplifying the map (back cover).
Need a new cover
New Sparky -- samurai sword, two poses, first pose is "The Stick" (Magda Hobart)
New side-pose sword-weilding Sparky -- takes same role as last Sparky.
Sparky in "r" pose? Did I draw that already?
New "i" "t" and "c" Sparky poses
Need an action frame (or two) for "i", "t", and "c"
NEW Sparky "d" "a" and "r"
Lenny and Sparky make the letters
Lenny and Sparky Salt and Pepper above here...
New Sparky goes in with Meganeko and Umiko for W instead of Magda
sparky and meganeko make u, t, x
Need a new back cover...