All About Japanese Series
- This lesson series looks at all aspects of Japan.
- An outstanding series.
- This lesson set looks at climate and life.
- Printables Reading Passages
Japan, Japanese Lesson Plans
Teaching Resource | Japan
and the Sino-Japanese Conflict- Explain why Japan went to war
against China during the 1930s
Rising- Following devastating wars, Japan and Korea slowly begin
to reconstruct their economies. By keeping tight control of economic
growth and tailoring that growth to cultural values, both governments
orchestrate phenomenal rises to economic success.
on Hiroshima and Nagasaki- Students hear a story about the atomic
bombing of Japan and write an editorial about the event from the perspective
of either a Japanese or an American.
- Do You
Haiku? We Do!- Have you ever used Math to write poetry? Try your hand
at it by writing Haiku, a form of Japanese poetry.
- Ending the
War against Japan: Science, Morality, and the Atomic Bomb- This 5-day
unit of study seeks to go beyond the well-worn question, "Should the atomic
bomb have been dropped on Japan?"
Culture Lesson Series
Mark On The World Series
Zedong and Tokugawa Ieyasu Series
of Japan Lesson Series
Aspects Of Japan Lesson Series
- Not Just Sushi:
An Adventure in Japanese Culture for Sixth-Grade Learners- The goal
of this Web site is to have students explore the various kinds of foods
eaten in Japan via a WebQuest.
and Multimedia on Medieval Japan- In groups of 3-4, students will
use the Internet to research aspects of Medieval Japan.
- Rice (Gohan)
Observations- The student estimates, observes, and records observations
of rice (known as 'gohan' in Japan) in two experiments and communicates
Wizard of Oz Visits Japan- Explain that real interest rates equal
the nominal rate of interest minus the expected rate of inflation.
to Japan: Which Way Do We Go?- Students determine Which Way Do We
Go? and explore various methods for measuring the distance between Florida
Is Japan? How Far Is That?- Students use literature and hands-on activities
with maps and globes to understand distance and tools used to measure
Is Japan? How Are We Alike and Different?- Students use literature,
maps, and globes to understand how physical environments in various parts
of the world are similar to and different from one's own, and that certain
areas have common characteristics and can be called regions.
Is Japan? What Direction Is It?- Students use literature and manipulatives
to understand that maps and globes represent real places, the cardinal
directions, and the hemispheres. Selected countries will be located on
a map and globe. This lesson plan is for three days of instruction.
Japanese Culture Lesson Series
- Worksheets and lessons on modern Japanese life. Very detailed.
Japan's Mark On The World
- Lessons, worksheets
- Complete printables.