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Students explore numbers in Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. They discuss numbers and practice writing and speaking numbers 1-10 in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. As they create a chart of the three countries' numbers, they discuss the meanings behind the Chinese numbers and create origami fortune tellers.
What a great resource to share! Based on the book Lost Names by Richard Kim, this valuable lesson focuses on the Japanese occupation of Korea during WWII. Additionally, it employs first-person journaling as a mode of understanding themes in the book. Class discussion of concepts and vocabulary, solid reading strategies, and a historical perspective make this a really nice lesson.
Eleventh graders research the acquisition of colonial outposts throughout the Pacific Ocean by the United States during the late-nineteenth century. They present their findings to the class and propose which countries or territories the United States should use for better trade relations.
Guide your next lecture on northern Eurasia, Japanese reunification, the Shogunate, and the Russian Empire with this extensive presentation. Each slide contains bulleted information outlining key points from each topic. It was most likely intended for use with a full unit. Note: There are no images and each slide, while organized, is text heavy. Best used with advanced learners.