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  11.   Comparing Buddhism And Confucianism
East Asia Lesson Plan 3 COMPARING BUDDHISM AND CONFUCIANISM Prepared by Alaric (Rickey) Harris Purpose: The ‘Big Concept’ in this lesson is recognizing the similarities and differences in Korea’s 2 largest religions. The ‘Essential Questions’ students will address are (1) What are the basic beliefs of Buddhism? (2) What are the basic beliefs of Confu...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  12.   Technology-Supported Lesson Template-
...is becoming an ambitious and far ranging project. My 9th grade Anthropology students will be learning about various cultures' worldviews, myths and religious beliefs as a way of understanding how cultures share universal traits. I created a PowerPoint presentation introducing Tibet, the Dalai Lama, Buddhism and Mandalas. This presentation was then saved to a common 'anthropology' class file located on one of the 'U' drives on the school server system. My students then went to the computer lab; each student had a computer and went to the anthro file, clicked on the Mandala PowerPoint presentation and went throug...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  13.   Malaysian onks' Ant Dilemma
...ds in the News Malaysian monks' ant dilemma - 14 March 2007 LESSON STAGES A Stimulate student interest in text Generate interest about today's topic by showing them some pictures of Buddhist monks and/or temples (from the Internet). Ask the students to brainstorm ideas about the life of a monk and Buddhism. What can/can't monks do? Why do they meditate? B Pre-teach essential vocabulary Elicit/present key vocabulary that students need either to understand the key points in the text or to understand and/or answer any questions that you'll set them later in the lesson. The vocabulary is from Words in the News (so...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  14.   Teacher Page: Core Lesson 6-1
...with the Texas Education Agency's Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Sixth Grade Social Studies listed below: T.E.K.S. Code 113.22.b.7.A. Examine and determine the historical and cultural foundations of the world's major religions in the context of ancient cultures (include Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity and Confucianism). 113.22.b.7.B. Evaluate the impact of religious ideas on the development of contemporary cultures. 113.22.b.7.C. Explain the significance of important religious holidays and observances to contemporary cultures. 113.22.b.16.A. Identify institutions basic to all societies, incl...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  15.   MrDonn.org - Ch'in (Qin) Dynasty Debate on Censorship (Mr. Donn's Lesson Plan)
...ur class back to the study of Ancient China and the Chin dynasty by asking them what they think Chin may have wanted to accomplish with book burnings. MORE LESSON PLANS For complete units, lesson plans & activities on Ancient China, plus links to detailed information on Daily Life in Ancient China, Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, and Legalism, and more, see Ancient China. For complete units, lesson plans, and activities on other ancient civilizations, see Mr Donn's Ancient History Page For units and learning modules on debates and debating, see Mrs Donn's Debates. All Rights Reserved Counter start date January...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  16.   MrDonn.org - The Three Doctrines and Legalism (Mr. Donn's Lesson Plan)
...e & Legalism Buddhist, Taoist, Confucianist, Legalist How would each behave when faced with the same problem? Lesson Plan for Ancient China Critical Thinking Skills/Philosophy 6th-grade Social Studies Don Donn; USA Background: Students have already studied The Three Doctrines (Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism) and Legalism, and have some background. Now, let's see if students can determine how and why an individual from each of these four disciplines might respond to the same problem. Lesson: Directions: Students will imagine themselves to be, in turn, a follower of Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, and Legalism. O...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  17.   Zen Buddhism and Modern Utopia
Zen Buddhism and Modern Utopia A Comparison between and a Past and a Present Ideology Grade Level This lesson was created for a 9th -grade class. It can be adjusted for grades 9-12 Objective • This lesson focuses on examples of Zen Buddhist principles seen in Japanese art and compares the Zen philosophy of enlightenment...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  18.   Using Religion To Unify An Empire China, Japan, And Buddhism
USING RELIGION TO UNIFY AN EMPIRE CHINA, JAPAN, AND BUDDHISM During the Tang dynasty and the Yamato period, political leaders in both China and Japan employ religion as a tool in attempting to unify their countries. In both countries, governments use promotion and/or persecution of religion in attempts to achieve internal stability. Grade Level This lesson was develop...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  19.   PURE LAND BUDDHISM IN CHINA AND JAPAN
PURE LAND BUDDHISM IN CHINA AND JAPAN Grade Level This lesson was developed for an Asian Studies or a World History class. It can be adapted for grades 9-12. Purpose Over its long history, Buddhism has adapted itself to fit into the constantly changing religious, cultural, political, and economic climates of China and Japan. O...
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  20.   Buddhism
Buddhism Karen Fulop Valley Forge High School Parma, Ohio Grade Level 9-12 Unit Description Students will learn about the life of the historical Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama, and trace the spread of his teachings as they became a philosophical religion known as Buddhism. They will then examine objects in the Cleveland...
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