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  1.   Dramatizing Stories from Asian American Cultures
Act It Out: Dramatizing Stories from Asian American Cultures Subjects Language Arts Fine Arts Grades K-2 3-5 6-8 9-12 Brief Description Students read and act out folktales, fairy tales, or myths from various Asian American cultures. Objectives Students define the terms folktale, fairy tale, and myth. demonstrate creative thinking and dramatic skills to dramatize a folktale. work...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  2.   The Expanding Canon: Teaching Multicultural Literature - Lesson Plans
Annenberg FAQ Media Home Home Buy Channel View Videos Workshops & Info Programs Courses the expanding canon teaching multicultural literature Workshop Home Reader Inquiry: Cultural Cultural Critical Critical Reader Response: Inquiry: Tomás Studies: Studies: N. Pedagogy: Pedagogy: Response: Keith Rudolfo Rivera Ishmael Scott Octavia E. Abiodun Pat Mora Gilyard Anaya and and Reed and Momaday and Butler and Oyewole and and James and James Esmeralda Graciela Russell...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  3.   Presenting Asian Folktales
Reader's Theater: Asian Folktales Subjects Arts & Humanities --Language Arts --Literature --Visual Arts Social Studies --Geography --Regions/Cultures Grade K-2 3-5 6-8 9-12 Brief Description Transform Asian folktales into Reader's Theater scripts. Objectives Students will work cooperatively in groups. rewrite Asian folktales as Reader's Theater scripts. perform...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  4.   Are We Americans Again? A Portrait of Japanese American Internment
JARDA Lesson Plan: Are We Americans Again? http://www.calisphere.universityofcalifornia.edu/jarda/lesson plans/are-we-americans.html LESSON PLAN ARE WE AMERICANS AGAIN? A Portrait of Japanese American Internment Creator: Annette Janeway Grade level recommendation: 6, 7, and 8 Time required: 2 to 5 days (Days 1 and 2 can be taught independently in two class sessions....
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  5.   Perceiving A Culture Through Its Literature: Korea as an Example
Perceiving A Culture Through Its Literature: Korea as an Example Developed by Elgin Heinz and Kathy Jerome. Materials: Reading: After Seventeen Years (minimum of one copy per four students) map or globe world atlases world almanacs books and articles about Korea or the country in which the story takes place Introduction: Any literary work can be enjoyed in...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  6.   American Justice on Trial
American Justice on Trial "How could such a tragedy have occurred in a democratic society that prides itself on individual rights and freedoms" Milton Eisenhower, Director of the War Relocation Board Historical Background On February 19, 1942, at the height of U.S. involvement in World War II, President Roosevelt authorized military leaders wi...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  7.   Create Your Own Native American Board Game
Objectives Students will: 1. discuss how games reflect a culture's beliefs, priorities, and aspects of everyday life; 2. learn about a few games and toys of Native American children; and 3. analyze basic elements of a selected Native American tribe in order to apply them to the creation of an original board game that can be played by today's children. Materials For this lesson, you will need: * Mono...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  8.   Asian American History Teacher's Guide
America has been called both a melting pot and a tossed salad because of its history of immigration and assimilation. However, not all immigration groups were quickly or easily accepted into the American way of life. Asians were one of the groups that found it hard to come to the United States, and once they had immigrated, found their lives restricted in ways that other immigrant groups did not encounter. In spite of these obstacles, Asian Americans have contributed in many ways to our nation's history and continue to be one of the l...
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    Grade Level: Pre-K-8

  9.   People, Music and Culture
People, Music, and Culture Grade 4 Ohio Standards Connection Fine Arts Music Historical, Cultural and Social Contexts Benchmark C Recognize the interaction of people in music. Indicator 5 Recognize and describe ways that music serves as an expression in regional cultures. Fine Arts Music Content Standard: Connections, Relationship and Applications Benchmark B De...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  10.   Famous Asian Americans
Back to Asian and Pacific-Island Heritage Lesson Plan Famous Asian Americans Subjects Social Studies --Current Events --History ----U.S. History --Holidays --Regions/Cultures Grade 3-5 6-8 9-12 [facebookbadge]Brief Description Match the names of famous Asian Americans to their accomplishments. Objectives Students will do basic research using library a...
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    Grade Level: 3-12


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