Lessons for Japanese

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  • Social Studies and Humanities Curriculum - … of Japanese dance? 2. What are the characteristics of Japanese dance? 3. Why is Japanese dance taught and performed? 4. How does Japanese dance reflect the beliefs and lives of its people? 5. Why learn Japanese dance? Lesson Process: 1. Discuss traditional Japanese dance. Ask: What do we already know about Japanese dance? Why would …
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  • Unifying Theme - Folktales (African American, Chinese, Japanese and Korean) - … tapes transcripts Art supplies for puppets Japanese Lesson Plans In this lesson plan students learn about Japanese culture through folk literature, create … Japanese was planted in her than she thought. She wrote many Japanese folktale and other stories to help Americans understand more about Japanese culture and to give the Japanese a sense of …
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  • Japan Teacher Implementation Plan - … of the Teacher Implementation Plan Japanese TIP by S.Stroh and L.Glave Page 1 of 8 Japanese Teacher Implementation Plan Chanoyu … , and Christianity. Japanese TIP by S.Stroh and L.Glave Page 2 of 8 6. Japanese Diet 7. Japanese Sports 8. Japanese customs and … cassette, 16 minutes. Demonstration of a Japanese tea ceremony. For more information, see the Japanese Cultural Service http://www.my.emb-japan …
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  • Houses in Japan - … sleep on • Genkan – entrance of the Japanese house where shoes are removed. • Mansion – a modern Japanese apartment building • Shoji – sliding screens with … . • Good manners and respect are very important to the Japanese people. Traditionally, Japanese guests and hosts bow when they greet each other … Japanese home. C. Design a diagram or blueprint of the inside of a Japanese home. D. Take a field trip to a Japanese
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  • To Be (Idle) or Not to Be (Idle) Connecting Japanese and Renaissance Notions of Idleness - … written analysis Connecting artistic mediums: visual- written and written-visual Japanese folding screen technique Purpose of art and literature; audience—for … concept of idleness plays a significant role in both Japanese and English culture. Japanese art and calligraphy in the form of the … painted folding screen, serves as a concrete pictorial representation of Japanese history, culture, and lifestyle. • • • The plays of William Shakespeare are …
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  • FROM BOOK TO THE BIG SCREEN - … • Different forms of byobu (past vs. present) • Japanese/Buddhist beliefs • Japanese byobu (folding screens) • Japanese portraiture • Mockingbird theme (a person who does nothing but make people happy/innocence) • Sho (Japanese calligraphy) Key Ideas • Japanese … one (novel) into the other (byobu). Japanese portraiture often combined the visual images with Japanese calligraphy, which relates thematically to the artist …
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  • Civil Liberties and War Powers - Korematsu v. United States (1944) - … of all Japanese-Americans. The military felt that the threat of a Japanese invasion was very realistic. They felt that the Japanese-Americans would be more likely to aid the Japanese Invasion force … to stop any possible sabotage and prevent any pro-Japanese actions, the total Japanese-American Population of the west coast was moved …
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  • Exploring the Elements of a Japanese Garden through the Book Arts - … peepshow to highlight the basic components of a Japanese garden. Design of a Japanese Garden Japanese gardens evoke a feeling of being enveloped by atmosphere, of being part of nature, not an observer. In Japanese … write poetry inspired by your visit to the Japanese Garden. a) Do you think Japanese nature poems are in keeping with the …
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  • Why were the Japanese interned during World War II? - … basic civil liberties and constitutional rights of these individuals of Japanese ancestry, the Congress apologizes on behalf of the Nation.” Social … -- of our American-born Japanese, our Japanese-Americans, citizens by the accident of birth, but who are Japanese nevertheless. A viper is nonetheless … a Japanese-American, born of Japanese parents, nurtured upon Japanese traditions, living in a transplanted Japanese atmosphere and thoroughly inoculated with Japanese thoughts, Japanese ideas and Japanese
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  • Hello Kitty is a Girl, Not a Cat - … become ubiquitous worldwide, adorning everything from chopsticks to airplanes. The Japanese carmaker Daihatsu even sold a specially branded Hello Kitty car … for an upcoming exhibition / exhibitor on the character at the Japanese American National Museum. The curator of the exhibition, anthropology / anthropologist … / ubiquity worldwide, adorning everything for / from chopsticks to airplanes. The Japanese carmaker Daihatsu even sold a specially branded / bland Hello Kitty …
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