Rise of Nationalism Teacher Resources
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Students read and discuss a story, "Almaden." After studying Korean culture, students form groups to discuss relationships from a Korean point of view. Each group also answers given questions concerning modern Korean literature and events in the book. Students play the "language game" where they identify examples of imagery of figurative language.
Learners discuss 'The importance of voting'. They elect 5 candidates - each representing one of the five values. Each candidate presents a case why their value is important. The other class members then vote for whichever value/candidate they feel has given the best case. The winning value/candidate then presents a lesson on that value the following week.
Women In The Labor Force Since 1920
Students investigate the historical perspective of how women were perceived in the labor force since 1920 forward. They conduct research that focuses on how the role of women has changed in different periods of time. They identify the times and the changes that took place.