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  21.   Exploring the Variety of World Markets
...+ Insufficient industrial base, infrastructure, educational resources, and health care + Subsistence agriculture o Only enough food produced to feed the family and survive on Primitive farming practices and little mechanization Poor market access for products Examples - Mexico, Argentina, Thailand, Taiwan, Indonesia How may these things limit a country? + Introduce the following market types and their characteristics: o Open Free, competitive market Driven by supply and demand o Closed + Discuss the following types of governments and their relationship to market types: o Democracy Citizens determine their o...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  22.   Asian Americans: Where Do They Come from?
...nger students might graph only the top five groups of origin (Chinese, Filipino, Asian Indian, Korean, and Vietnamese). Cambodian 210,000 Chinese 2,730,000 Filipino 2,360,000 Hawaiian 400,000 Asian Indian 1,900,000 Japanese 1,150,000 Korean 1,230,000 Laotian 200,000 Pakistani 200,000 Samoan 130,000 Taiwan ese 140,000 Thai 150,000 Vietnamese 1,220,000 Assessment Following are the answers to the . Across: 4. China; 5. Vietnam; 9. Indonesia; 10. Hawaii; 11. Pakistan; 12. South Korea; 13. Malaysia; 14. India. Down: 1. North Korea; 2. Philippines; 3. Laos; 4. Cambodia; 6. Guam; 7. Thailand; 8. Japan. Lesson Plan...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  23.   Moral Development & Gender
...ound Research for the Instructor to be Aware of: Kohlberg (1963): Cross sectional studies of different age groups show different moral reasoing stages at different ages in a way that's consisten with the sequence suggested. Kohlberg (1969): This sequence was found cross-culturally: Britian, Mexico, Taiwan, Turkey, US, and Yucatan But non-western cultures proceed through the stages 'slower'. Haan et al, 1976; Holstein, 1976; Kohlberg, 1969: These studies found that adolescent girls most often scored 3 and adolescent boys scored most often 4. But Walker (1984) found sex differences in only 8 of 54 studies con...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  24.   Herschel C. Lyon Mock Trial
...le lock system was imposed by man! To make this waterway, two rivers that the steelhead used to return home were diverted and have now died. Dams are another problem, but I won't go into that right now. There's also pollution, and the interception of the run by high sea drift-net fleets from Japan, Taiwan, and Korea. Recently, one Taiwanese vessel was apprehended and 4,000 tons of illegal salmon were found in the hold. Humans are responsible for the death of steelhead, not a sea lion who is just doing what comes naturally. According to the American Fisheries Society, 214 wild salmon and steelhead runs in th...
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  25.   Yam and eggs
...k of griddle cakes and sausages with maple syrup. Around the world, street vendors sell morning food from food stalls. In Italy there is breakfast pizza. In Egypt there is fava beans with pita bread. Congee rice, rice boiled in water until it is thick and soupy, is sold on the streets of Hong Kong, Taiwan and China. In the highlands of New Guinea, a large island north of Australia, in the Pacific, a traditional breakfast is a piece of sweet potato (Kau Kau) pulled from the hot coals of a fire. Children sometimes walk to school with their Kau Kau on the end of a stick they carry on their shoulders. On the Iv...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  26.   Creation of The People's Republic of China
...aracteristics a) Major cities: Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou (formerly Canton), Shenyang b) World's largest producer of coal and agricultural products, major mineral producer c) Off-shore oil reserves iv. Multi-dialectal, including Mandarin, Cantonese v. Hong Kong, special coastal economic zones vi. Taiwan, Taipei II. Eighth Grade, Creation of People's Republic of China 2003 Colorado Unit Writing Project 1 C. Skill Objectives 1. Students will be able to describe the basic forms of government and give examples of societies that have practiced them. (History-C.S.S 5.2) 2. Students will be able to describe how...
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  27.   Dynastic Explorations
...) 1644 A.D. 1839 A.D. 1842 A.D. 1858 A.D. 1894 A.D. 1900 A.D. 1908 A.D. Manchurians invade China and Ching Dynasty is founded. Opium wars begin between China and Britain. China declares treaty with Britain. Britain gains Hong Kong. Chinese ports taken over by foreign powers. War with Japan and lose Taiwan. Boxer rebellion. Foreigners are driven out of China. Last emperor takes the throne. Fourth Grade, Dynastic Exploration 2001 Colorado Unit Writing Project 34 Appendix E4-Dynastic Explorations TWENTIETH CENTURY CHINA (1912 A.D-Present) 1912 A.D. 1919 A.D. 1927 A.D. 1931 A.D. 1934 A.D. China is declared a re...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  28.   The Search for the Northwest Passage
...page/answer key), B-5 and B-6 (one copy for teacher) 3. Colored transparency pens (for teacher) 4. Overhead projector C. Key Vocabulary 1. Arab-having to do with people or the land of southeastern Asia 2. Far East-the countries of eastern Asia, including China, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, and Taiwan 3. Foreign-something or someone that is from a different land or country 4. Existed-to have lived or been 5. Populated-to have had people living in a place D. Procedures/Activities Third Grade, The Search for the Northwest Passage 2004 Colorado Unit Writing Project 4 E. Ask students, "Who remembers what we...
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  29.   leeanneUnit
...s of couplets and assess whether or not students can identify them. Resources: Behrens, J. (1982). Gung hay fat choy. Palo Alto, CA: Children's Press. Cheng, H. (1976). The Chinese new year. NY: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. Brown, T. (1987). Chinese New Year. NY: Henry Holt & Company. http://la.roc-taiwan.org/info/festival_c/html_e/slogans.htm http://maxpages.com/lisaliu/Chinese_Couplets http://members.aol.com/Stan517/newyear.htm Chinese New Year Unit Lion Dancers and Dragon Dance Lesson Grade 6 2 class periods 60 minutes each Objectives: At the conclusion of this lesson, students will be able to: 1. Differ...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  30.   Good Schools for Everyone
...Social Studies 11) * identify major Canadian social policies and programs and their impact on Canadian society (Social Studies 11) Time required: four 60-minute classes; more if students do research in class time Required materials and/or equipment: * case studies of three school systems: Ethiopia, Taiwan, and Cuba. The information in these case studies was gathered from interviews with a small number of subjects in 2005. Any students in the class who have attended schools in those countries or very similar systems should also be used as experts * * access to current World Almanac statistics in the library...
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    Grade Level: 6-8


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