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  • People, Music and Culture - … . African-American culture; ___ I can tell by the melody. C. European-American culture; ___ I can tell by the language. D. Hispanic-American culture; ___ I can tell by the instruments E. Asian-American culture. I hear … of instruments used. A. B. C. D. E. American-Indian culture; African-American culture. European-American culture. Hispanic-American culture. Asian-American culture. ____ 2. This piece would be best for …
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  • Dramatizing Stories from Asian American Cultures - … and act out folktales, fairy tales, or myths from various Asian American cultures. Objectives Students define the terms folktale, fairy tale, and myth … , Asian American, folktale, fairy tale, myth, legend, drama, theater, culture Materials Needed teacher-selected library sources of folktales, fairy tales, and myths from Asian American cultures … to the lesson, select folktales, fairy tales, and myths from Asian American cultures using library or online sources. Below is one suggested site …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-12
  • The Expanding Canon: Teaching Multicultural Literature - Lesson Plans - … the expanding canon teaching multicultural literature Workshop Home Reader Inquiry: Cultural Cultural Critical Critical Reader Response: Inquiry: Tomás Studies: Studies: N … this lesson, Bobbi Ciriza Houtchens uses a cultural studies approach to immerse students in Asian American culture as they study Russell Leong's poem … . Leong discusses his experiences in various Chinese American neighborhoods and gives a brief history of Asian American immigration to California. He then introduces …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Asian American History Teacher's Guide - … and culture of these Asian Americans, Scholastic.com presents Asian American Heritage. This online activity introduces different stories and activities to students and reinforces that Asian Americans have diverse cultural
    User Rating: Grade Level: Pre-K-8
  • Cultural Art -ifacts - … of this culture. (Some examples of cultures and sub-cultures include: East Asian (Korean, Chinese, Japanese, etc.), Jewish (Ashkenazi, Sephardi, American, etc.) or Native American (Sioux, Hopi, Iroquois, etc.). In groups, students research the art of this sub-culture, focusing on … implementation. Media Studies- Recently, Asian action stars have been co-starring with famous Western movie stars in Asian-American fusion action films. Watch …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Famous Asian Americans - … 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 … Ozawa to be Asian-American because he is such a part of the American cultural fabric. However, he does not hold American citizenship; he remains …
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  • Jeffers - … follows: 21 students are Asian American, 35 students are African American, 61 students are Latino American, and 28 are Native Americans, for a total of 57.1% students from various cultures. Woodbury … follows: 21 students are Asian American, 35 students are African American, 61 students are Latino American, and 28 are Native Americans for a percent of …
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  • Out on a Limb in the Pacific Rim? - … as cultural attaches to investigate and present "briefings" on the post-1945 histories and United States diplomatic relationships with East Asian countries … about the establishment of independent East Asian territories. Create a visual history chart of East Asian cultural diffusion. How are the modern-day … to the present. Media Studies- How are East Asians and Asian-Americans depicted in popular culture? Do they face the same challenges of stereotyping …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Washington State Courts - Judges in the Classroom - … a cultural defense is to help explain a defendant's personal circumstances. This coincides with American notions of "individualized justice" and "cultural pluralism … Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund claims that Americans do not want to import these cultural values into the judicial system and that Americans … crimes, that people will believe that Asian-Americans are getting away with something. Susan Herman of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) states …
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  • Are We Americans Again? A Portrait of Japanese American Internment - … above rights did the Japanese American citizens keep? Japanese American citizens kept the right to an education, religion, culture, and life. There were … . Teacher Readings: Chan, Sucheng. Asian Americans: An Interpretive History. Twayne Publishers, Boston. 1991. Synthesizes existing literature on Asian Americans to build a general interpretive … . 1992. The exhibition catalogue for Japanese American National Museum, UCLA White Art Gallery and UCLA Asian American Studies Center includes plates and an …
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