Lessons for Japanese

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  • United States - Japanese History - … two cultures enables students to grasp cause / effect relationships in Japanese/U.S. interactions. Materials: * * * * * * * Any United States history text Any … dates Lessons about Japan - 73 United States - Japanese History Handout B A TIMELINE OF JAPANESE HISTORY 500 BC * AD 200-500 500 … with absolute power Conquest of Korea; Sino-Japanese War Annexation of Taiwan Japanese victory in Russo-Japanese War; Annexation of Korea Tokyo earthquake …
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  • Should the Japanese Leader visit a WWII shrine? - … .html Pro Japanese Prime Minister visits http://www.lewrockwell.com/rogers/rogers188.html Con Japanese Prime Minister Visits Visit violates Japanese Constitution? http … accurate explanation of the viewpoints of all major groups (Koizumi, Japanese nationalists, Japanese people, China/ Korea, US) B Mostly Accurate Summary utilizing … summarize the controversy with an explanation of differing viewpoints. (Koizumi, Japanese nationalists, Japanese people, China/ Korea, United States) Explain your position on …
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  • NZ tells Japan's whalers to stay at home - … (F): a. New Zealand wants Japanese tourists to stay in Japan. T / F b. A Japanese research expedition wants to kill over … groups and the whaling ships, including one instance of a Japanese ____ . The fleet's leader Hajime Ishikawa called Greenpeace environmental … are not protected or endangered? i) Do you think most Japanese buy the whale meat in supermarkets? -------------------------------------------------------------------- STUDENT B's QUESTIONS …
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  • Japan - … make a slideshow that illustrates the following: a Japanese artform, Japanese music, Japanese drama, Japanese film, Japanese literature/poetry. (4) ____ 5. Go to . Choose … " to construct a timeline of Japanese history. Include time periods, people, and important events that have shaped Japanese history and culture. (10 … disagree? ____ 2. Were the Japanese samurai the greatest warriors ever? ____ 3. Should the Japanese be allowed to have an army …
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  • Susan Boyle to Star in Japanese Show - … is unusual for non-Japanese artists to perform. A news source said: "Susan has been practicing a Japanese folk song called 'Wings … is unusual for non-Japanese artists to perform. A news source said: "Susan has been practicing a Japanese folk song called 'Wings … unusual (4) ____ non-Japanese artists to perform. A news source said: "Susan has been practicing a Japanese folk song called 'Wings … is unusual for non-Japanese artists to perform. A news source said: "Susan has been practicing a Japanese folk song called 'Wings …
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  • Japanese New Year - … familiar with Japanese culture 1. When does Japanese New Year begin? 2. How do Japanese prepare for New Year? 3. How do Japanese celebrate … game about Japanese words Assignment: 1. Words writing in Japanese on common greetings, wishes and Holiday’s name and activities in Japanese 2 … member of family 9/28/2005 Japanese New Year 2 1. When does Japanese New Year begin? Japanese New Year (oshogatsu) is celebrated …
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  • The Sunflower (Holocaust curriculum) - … . Yet, seventy-three percent of the Japanese were American citizens born in this country. The immigrant Japanese, known as Issei, could not … . Only a week after the Japanese attack, Congressman John Rankin, a southern racist, called for putting Japanese-Americans in concentration camps. Several … the United States to “relocate” the Japanese Americans. They argued that 5000 citizens of Japanese ancestry had refused to swear unqualified allegiance …
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  • Lista Negra--The Black Lists - … monitored aliens' mail. Travel was restricted and telephones removed from Japanese homes. The Peruvian government expropriated farms and businesses owned by … advocating wholesale removal of its entire Japanese population. Peru sent nearly 1,800 persons of Japanese ancestry to the U.S. In … American internment, deportation, and hostage exchange. Understand how the German, Japanese and Italian communities in Latin America reacted to their arrests …
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  • Describing Japanese Screens and Scrolls Through Words - … listing ink as the medium and Japanese as the culture to locate examples Related pages Describing Japanese screens and scrolls through images … in Japanese art. This week we will be exploring the rich details of Japanese Art through writing, painting, and recreating a Japanese tea … in-depth study of Japanese screen and scroll paintings and the design aesthetics of Japanese art. Describing a Japanese scroll (about 30 minutes …
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  • Growing from Planted Seeds - … for Assessment Essay (Attachment Two) Handout 1Core Democratic Values vs. Japanese InternmentHandout 2Rubric for Assessment EssayInstructional Procedure(s): Anticipatory Set: Ask … about actions in America following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, when discrimination was practiced against Japanese Americans which violated their dignity … individuals which perpetuated the belief that Japanese Americans were not only disloyal, but also aiding Japanese in conspiring to harm America. Be …
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