Lessons for Celebrations and Festivals

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  • Social Studies and Humanities Curriculum - … expressions and performance skill Analyzing and Responding: Students express orally, and in writing, their interpretations and evaluations of dances they observe and perform. They understand and … famous and celebrated dance is the Bon dance or the "Bon Odori" in Japanese. People dance the Bon Dance during the Bon Festival that is held every summer in August districts and neighborhoods in every city in Japan …
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  • The Middle Ground: American Indians, European Settlers and Colonial Arkansas - … French officials in Upper Louisiana (Missour and Illinois) and increasingly raided native and European settlements in Arkansas and the Red River valleys until the … , celebrated the changing seasons and relied on natural resources for their existence. About 1,000 years ago, they began to practice agriculture and … observe the festivities. This was an important welcoming gesture offered to esteemed guests. The French also liked the Quapaw and one visitor …
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  • Tortured Beauty Looking At Asian Women Through Two Different Prisms - … beauty and fashion and were admired and emulated. When a courtesan and her retinue strolled the streets of Yoshiwara, they were treated as celebrities. Famous beauties were portrayed by the many artists who inhabited these "floating worlds," and their faces and stylish clothes … , flower arranging, and the tea ceremony. HANDOUT Song of Lovely Women by Du Fu Third day, third month festival, and the air fresh …
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  • Strangers in a New Land - … of major human and physical features at country and global scales Essential Element #2: Places and Regions Changes in places and regions over time … Pioneer Spirit”. Have the students examine the chart “Population and Growth Components” and answer the questions within their home-base groups. Share … thought about the Christmas festivities in Demark while I was doing the chores. This couple celebrated Christmas Day and then it was all …
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  • Academic and Altruistic Lessons for all Subject/Grade Levels - … class, in the community, or in the world actions of celebrities in pop culture or in history cultural events trips they … , and discuss their impact (appropriate for history, geography, and other classes). Grades 7-12: Show concerts/festival videos, artwork, plays, historical events, etc. and have students discuss the feeling words/expressions associated with them and the impact …
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