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  1.   South Gate of Seoul, Korea
South Gate of Seoul, Korea This immense landmark - Seoul, Korea's South Gate---opens the door to understanding the history and people of an ancient Asian country. 1. Study the history, culture, and terrain of Korea. Find out why it is a divided nation, and explore the differences and similarities between North and South Kore...
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    Grade Level: 3-12

  2.   Ocean Scenes and Coral Reefs
...n each? How does the water quality differ? Where are these bodies of water found on Earth? Younger children and those with special needs may benefit from short practice sessions trying out chalk drawing techniques. Provide plenty of paper for experimenting. Celestial Dreams Pencil Cup South Gate of Seoul, Korea Erase-a-Space CD Case
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    Grade Level: Pre-K-2

  3.   Hopi Kachina Figures
...or Guatemalan worry dolls. Compare and contrast their meanings, materials, and methods of construction. Assessment: Students are successful if they have neatly covered a tube with Crayola Model Magic and have added human forms and details in the style of authentic Hopi kachina dolls. South Gate of Seoul, Korea Setting The Scene With Paint Harvest Skies
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    Grade Level: 3-12

  4.   The Olympics Return Home
...evolution of the modern Olympic Games -- from Athens of 1896 to Athens of 2004. Again, click english to enter. Use the timeline to find out about each Olympic Games event -- from Athens to Paris, Stockholm, St. Louis, Berlin, Tokyo, Los Angeles, London, Rome, Helsinki, Mexico City, Munich, Moscow, Seoul, Barcelona, Melbourne, Atlanta, and Sydney. What were some of the challenges the Olympic organizers faced? What were the responsibilities of the host cities, and how well were they able to handle the event? What other events were going on in the world that may have affected the Games that year? Newspaper...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  5.   Tree-mendous Plots
...ort and make an appropriate graph. Groups can then share the reports and the rest of the class can match each report with the correct graph. Technology Connections l Visit www.worldclimate.com and collect the average temperature for each month in cities such as Buenos Aires, Brazil; Nairobi, Kenya; Seoul, South Korea; and Melbourne, Austrailia. Present the figures without revealing the city or country. Have students graph the average temperatures for each city, using either a spreadsheet application or graph paper. Ask students to make conjectures about the country. Students will initially make obvious co...
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    Grade Level: K-8

  6.   Perceiving A Culture Through Its Literature: Korea as an Example
...r-old's life in cosmopolitan Shanghai during the Japanese occupation of World War II. Perspective expands from daily life to national conflict. McMahon, Patricia. Chi-hoon A Korean Girl (Boyds Mills, 1993; ages 9-12) Diary entries that present a week in the life of a contemporary 8 year old girl in Seoul; illuminated by color photos. Tension between modern parents, who like their two daughters, and grandparents, who want a son. Sir Whong and the Golden Pig (Dial, 1993; 6-12), a folktale set in the countryside, adapted and illustrated by Oki Han. Plot involves a scoundrel who tries to dupe the kindly Sir W...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  7.   North Korea's Nuclear Threat
...tory? 3. How did Kim Jong-Il fight against imperialism? 4. How did Kim Jung-il fight for worker's rights? North Korea Background Info KEY Name: KEY Go to BBC Type in North Korea Select News: Country Profile of North Korea 1. What is the name of the capitol of North Korea: Pyonyang South Korea: Seoul 2. What did Kim Il-Sung introduce to the Korean people? Juche/ self-reliance 4. How is Kim Jong-Il related to Kim Il-Sung? He is Kim Il-Sung's son. 4. Describe the type of government in North Korea: rigid/ state-controlled5. Why have many died in North Korea since the 1990's? up to 2 million 6. How is Nor...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  8.   Japan textbook back in spotlight
...he board and completes one line. If they get all that country's information correct, they get one point. The winning team is the one with the most points. Answers: Country Japan China South Korea North Korea The Philippines For example: Country Capital city largest city Capital city Tokyo Beijing Seoul Pyongyang Manila largest city Tokyo Shanghai Seoul Pyongyang Manila China Japan North Korea South Korea The Philippines Manila Shanghai Pyongyang Beijing Tokyo Hong Kong Yokohama Seoul Pre-teach essential vocab Elicit/present key vocabulary that students need either to understand the key points of the...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  9.   PIZZAZ...Basket Stories
...s all write the name of an interesting place on object #1, and then place them in their group's basket. It is important that everyone use the same object for places (e.g. all sticks = places, in all baskets). Object #1 (e.g. stick or piece of blue paper) = a place Examples: on the top of the school Seoul, Korea Moon Valley, a deep secret city under the sea Finally, students each write three past-time actions or events, and add them to their group's basket. The baskets should now contain a collection of characters (object #1's), places (object #2's) and lots of actions (object #3's). Objects #3 (e.g. flat...
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    Grade Level: ESL

  10.   Lesson on Seoul, Korea
Lesson on Korea “Selling Seoul” by Bobbie Mucha Westerville South High School Westerville, Ohio Location … Location … Location Seoul… Seattle ... St. Louis… Syracuse… Purpose: This lesson will prepare students to be successful problem-solvers. This lesson will prepare students to make reasoned decisions and to ask significant questions...
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    Grade Level: K-12


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