Japanese Teaching Ideas - Grammar in class – Ideas for teaching or reviewing Japanese grammar in class.
Renshuu is a free Japanese study site that offers personalized and dynamic quizzing for several textbooks such as Genki and Kanji Kentei, with plans to include other textbooks in the future. Besides a wide-range of quizzing methods for both kanji characters and vocabulary, the site also has a grammar library with around 350 grammar expressions, model sentences, and areas for students to practice using the grammar and give/receive feedback from others.
Picture cards for Japanese verbs – A collection of clip art of actions designed for Japanese language instruction (Hiroshima University).
Fast Track: 100 Grammar Points - Watered-down, understandable, bite-sized grammar helps.
Visualizing Japanese Grammar - This page provides links to 66 Flash animations of various grammatical structures in Japanese and 12 PowerPoint downloadable appendices.
Tae Kim's Japanese guide to Japanese grammar – “This site explains Japanese grammar in a systematic step-by-step process…The explanations are focused on how to make sense of the grammar not from English but from a Japanese point of view.”
Some Notes on Japanese Grammar – “The topics chosen are those which may benefit a person who is beginning to study Japanese and who would like a quick reference to supplement more complete and authoritative sources.” This Web page is by Keith Smillie of the Department of Computing Science at the University of Alberta.
Japanese Language Grammar Links – On the Web site of Alan R. Miller, Professor, New Mexico Tech.
Grammar – WagaWiki – on the wiki of TheJapanesePage.com Web site.