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Tenth graders examine the battle of Bangkok. In this Conflict in Thailand instructional activity, 10th graders read an article about the causes and effects of the Battle of Bangkok. Students participate in a debate about whether or not to visit the city of Bangkok.
In this Thailand worksheet, students complete short answer questions about Thailand after viewing pictures and researching Thailand. Students complete 16 questions.
Craft projects are fun ways to incorporate art into any lesson. Upper-elementary students learn about a religious practice common to Thailand, where spirit houses are made for the deity Phra Phum. Learners use the included templates to create spirit houses to bring luck and prosperity to the classroom. Tip: Have small groups research the significance of the colors and symbols used to decorate spirit houses.
In this map of Thailand learning exercise, students view and label a map of Thailand with its regions, major cities, important landmarks, compass rose and a legend.
Take the journey of a lifetime, and travel to Thailand! This video breaks down into categories like Thai life, Thai flavor, culture, adventure, etc. It is non-narrated but provides both videos and stills that depict life in Thailand.
Students gather information about Thailand's culture, geography, and history, describe origins and traditions of Loy Krathong, a widely observed Thai holiday, and create traditional Thai craft similar to lotus blossom rafts used to celebrate Loy Krathong.
Fifth graders explore cultural rituals. In this cultural rituals lesson, 5th graders discover different cultures way of celebrating rice. Students gain information about festivals in the US, Indonesia,  Thailand, and Japan. Students create calendars listing the dates of different rice festivals around the world.
Young scholars examine a case history of a street kid in Thailand. In this case history lesson students explore the reasons children end up living on the streets. The references in the lesson are to The UN Conventions of The Right of a Child.
Students appreciate the greatness of the Thai King who devoted himself to regaining the independence of Thailand.
Students appreciate the greatness of the Thai King who devoted himself to regaining the independence of Thailand.
Students explore the extent to which a person go for his ideals, focusing on one man's pursuit of free speech in Thailand. They, in groups, respond to five questions related to the article and based on the theme of free speech.
Students examine the role of the elephant in the culture of Thailand through many different class activities based on a PBS program "The White Elephants of Thailand with Meg Ryan". Students also look at the impact of technology on society with respect to animal rights, human rights, and the environment.
Continue work with an informational text by following the procedures detailed here. The plan, part of a series, focuses on My Librarian is a Camel. Class members complete text-dependent questions and then prepare for and participate in a jigsaw-style discussion. Small groups discuss why it is difficult for people in the country they are reading about to access books. Then, using evidence from the text, they break off and have a brief debate with members from other groups. Close with a 3-2-1 exit ticket. Worksheets are included, but the text is not.
Students conduct research and make comparisons about various global economies. Create graphic organizers to present their research findings and illustrate solutions to problems. Students discuss and debate issues based on what they have learned from rese
Students study English vocabulary related to time.  In this EFL/ESL telling time lesson, students practice phrasing of time in English using a clock with a moveable face. Students make clocks. Students play a teacher made game called snakes and ladders.
Students study the language, heritage, traditions, and customs of other cultures by becoming member of simulated families in other parts of the world.
HIV and AIDS are defined in this lesson plan to raise awareness. Learners will view a film (link to video is provided) about the disease and how it is contracted. They then discuss the film and complete a follow-up worksheet with questions. Note: The worksheet and answer key are provided.
In this YouTube worksheet, students read the article, answer true and false questions, complete synonym matching, complete phrase matching, complete a gap fill, answer short answer questions, answer discussion questions, write, and more about YouTube. Students complete 10 activities total.
Students examine aspects of culture that may seem strange and prepare skits illustrating how a person may want to behave in these situations without being offensive.
Discuss the lives of the children of East Asia using this resource. Learners read an article about children's values, aspirations, and expectations in East Asia. Students match ten vocabulary words to their correct definition and write a report.

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