Lessons for Japanese

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  • Japan Borrows from China - … other influences, which it then transforms until they become uniquely Japanese. The Japanese aesthetic, for example, blends the Tang concept of dynamism … —Japanese style (image of Japanese mountain) j. Views of Lake Biwa: Winter--Japanese style (image of Japanese life) k. Views of Lake Biwa: Summer--Japanese style (image of Japanese
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  • Voyages Of Discovery - … tales plays a major part in various aspects of Japanese culture, particularly Japanese woodblock prints and travel literature. • World explorers often documented … . The Japanese woodblock prints were an important means of depicting the Japanese landscape, both rural and urban, as well as the Japanese love … . Research the Japanese “sense of place” as it evidences itself in Japanese art. Students may wish to analyze examples of Japanese art (woodblocks …
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  • What Should President Truman Do? - … also called for the Japanese people to form a new government, which put the future of the Japanese emperor in doubt. It … . invasion of Okinawa, an island 400 miles from the Japanese homeland, Japanese forces waged a fierce and desperate battle. Inspired by warrior … terms more beneficial to Japan. Considered a sacred figure in Japanese society, Emperor Hirohito normally remained above government politics. Throughout most …
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  • What Should President Truman Do? - … American society and culture since Reconstruction (e.g., relocation of Japanese Americans, American propaganda, first and second Red Scare movement, McCarthyism … also called for the Japanese people to form a new government, which put the future of the Japanese emperor in doubt. It … . invasion of Okinawa, an island 400 miles from the Japanese homeland, Japanese forces waged a fierce and desperate battle. Inspired by warrior …
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  • Japan - … into a Japanese atmosphere! Label articles in your classroom with their Japanese names and practice using Japanese words in daily speech. A Japanese alphabet, numbers, a map of Japan, a Japanese flag, and Japanese music … of Japan. Guided practice: We will discuss the language of Japanese. Japanese is an easy language to speak. It is spelled and …
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  • Japanese Haiku and the American Experience - … link the American sensibility with this poetry? How have classical Japanese haiku poets incorporated philosophical themes from Buddhism into their sensibility … American poets and compare with the Japanese tradition and sensibility. 4. Students will learn about the Japanese tradition of hand-made side … hand made in the Japanese style. STRATEGIES: Reading the Japanese Haiku Poets 1. Present selected haiku from the Japanese masters Basho, Buson, and …
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  • The Concept of Wa - … , such a decision appeals to the Japanese as demonstrating the most humane consideration. We Japanese tend to feel uncomfortable with a black … very indicative of the peculiar character of the Japanese. Last, let us consider the Japanese conception of contract. Westerners view social life … Yosiyuki Noda, "The Character of the Japanese People and their Concept of Law," in The Japanese Legal System, Hideo Tanaka, ed. (Tokyo …
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  • Research, Poetry, and Japanese Enemy Aliens - … the effects of internment on any ethnic community, particularly the Japanese and Japanese American community during WWII. Refine and exercise online research … list of discussion questions concerning Japanese internment. Some suggested questions: Should attendance during WWII of Japanese and Japanese Americans at social club gatherings have been viewed with suspicion? Should membership in a Japanese cultural organization …
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  • Stirring the Melting Pot - … means to be Japanese-American, not just of Japanese descent." What does this statement mean? h. What happened to Japanese-Americans during World War II? i. Why are Japanese-Americans … and potential cultural extinction, what it means to be Japanese-American, or Japanese internment camps (or life in internment camps in different …
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  • Individuals Making a Difference Resource Card - … 1942, he was arrested for defying the order excluding all Japanese and Japanese Americans from the West Coast. Even after he was … File, Inc., 1993. Sandalow, Mark. "A Defiant Stand for Freedom: Japanese American Honored Years After Arrest, Internment." San Francisco Chronicle. 16 … cast my lot with the Japanese Americans because I did not believe that my friends of Japanese ancestry were disloyal to the … believed to have been the only person of non-Japanese descent without a Japanese American spouse to have voluntarily entered the camps …
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