Lessons for Japanese

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  • Konnichiwa: Hello Japan - … relationships. Students will learn about Japan, Japanese customs and traditions, and Japanese people to understand how Japanese cultures and communities and U.S … Japanese and U.S. culture. Students will learn the ways Japanese culture has contributed to U.S. culture. Students will learn how Japanese … in Japan. The most common language spoken in Japan is Japanese. The Japanese language can be written four ways. 99% of elementary …
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  • AskAsia - Lesson Plan - … factors which led to the Japanese American internment. Become aware of what took place during the Japanese American internment experience Discuss the impact of the internment experience on Japanese American families and individuals … situations which Japanese American children faced. Procedure: (from the Sonoma County's Japanese American Citizen's League Curriculum Guide: The Japanese American Wartime …
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  • Japanese Writing - … Questions: 1. Why does the Japanese Language have three different writing systems? 2. Why does the Japanese Language have a writing system … Coordinator, Dublin City Schools, and was revised by Janelle Wargo, Japanese teacher, Stow Monroe Falls High School, Stow City Schools. Lessons about Japan - 125 Japanese Writing Religion in Japan TEACHER INFORMATION A Lesson on Japanese Writing Answers to Essential Questions: 1 …
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  • Rice is Nice - … 4" strips) *4 avocados *Wasabi (Japanese horseradish) *scissors *3 or 4 additional adult volunteers (optional) *25 Japanese (optional) small trays, tea cups, sets of chopsticks, forks *1 spoon *1 Japanese (optional) teapot *1 ladle … rice as an ingredient. 3. Making Japanese rice. Discuss information about rice and other Japanese foods from pages 51 and 52 in …
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  • A Conversation With The Enemy - … raw materials to supply Japanese industries with the resources they needed to compete globally. The Japanese government, especially, the Japanese military had decided to follow a policy of expansion whereever the opportunity presented itself in Asia. The Japanese … , are you still here? (The American shakes the Japanese soldier, but the Japanese soldier is dead.) Return to Top Home Schedule Reactions …
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  • Japanese tea ceremony: A critique for screens and scrolls - … . Students use observation and descriptive writing to discover richly detailed Japanese screen and scroll paintings so that another student can illustrate … will be doing a project on Japanese paintings and you would love to have a Japanese tea ceremony as their critique. If … should have to dress up in traditional Japanese kimonos. Several students mentioned more authentic Japanese dishes, music, and more time to discuss …
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  • Describing Japanese screens and scrolls through images - … a more in-depth study of Japanese screen and scroll paintings and the design aesthetics of Japanese art. If you're not … elegant lines seen in Japanese paintings using a little more ink and less water. Several styles of Japanese painting (such as Sumi … they wanted more individualized instruction and practice with the traditional Japanese brushstrokes. It was difficult to demonstrate to thirty students at …
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  • Toyota - world's number one car seller - … top dog c. efficient recognizing their achievement d. help the Japanese company retain its that way e. ...should keep things profits … the differences between Japanese and American cars? Why are Japanese cars more reliable than American cars? Do you think Japanese and American car … magazine article about Japanese carmakers and how they are taking over the motor industry. In particular, write about Japanese workers and quality …
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  • Japan: Land of the Rising Sun - … on timeline. Day 3 and Day 4 New Japanese phrase for day 3: New Japanese phrase for day 4: Domo arigato (thank … focus is on similarities. Craft Activity: Japanese Gardens Teacher will show pictures of various Japanese gardens and will discuss why the gardens … compare with other nations? 5. Who cleans Japanese schools? 6. How many years are Japanese children required to go to school? 7 … the Japanese folk legends and write a brief summary: 22. List five things the Japanese have invented: 23. Go to “Quick Japanese” and …
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  • Zen Gardens: Design Elements and Symbolism in the Huntington Japanese Garden - … to the Huntington Botanical Gardens’ Japanese Garden tour, we will explore symbolism and design concepts in Japanese gardens through the creation of … Asian plants. While the Huntington Japanese Garden is a Western 20th century interpretation of 10th century Japanese gardens, many parallels and symbolic … structures and sculpture at The Huntington are Japanese in origin or design. The tranquillity of Japanese gardens is often attributed to the …
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