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ERIC Number: ED460906
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1996
Pages: 71
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
Japanese Culture: Tradition and Change. For Students in Grades Nine through Twelve. Instructional Materials about Japan (IMAJ).
Clark, Ray W.; Reeves, William; Settles, Lois; Sheehan, Valerie Henderson; Spellman, Steve
This manual provides suggestions and materials for teaching about Japan. Designed as a supplement to typical textbook treatments, the lessons provide a range of readings, visuals, and activities to enrich and deepen student learning about Japan. Organized around topics dealing with history, geography, government, economics, and culture, the lessons provide teachers with flexibility of selecting and adapting lessons for specific classroom settings. Each lesson begins with an outline for teaching which includes instructional objectives, a list of needed materials, and a sequenced list of procedures for implementing the lessons. This packet of materials contains most of the materials needed for implementation. The manual is divided into six topics with a lesson plan under each topic. Topics include: (1) "Japanese Art Forms: Poetry and Art"; (2) "Japanese Art Forms: Folktales and Music"; (3) "Family Life in Japan: Changing Times"; (4) "Japanese Schools: Is Change Needed?"; (5) "The Japanese at Work"; and (6) "The Japanese Standard of Living." (EH)
The Japan America Society of Georgia, 225 Peachtree Street, Suite 710 South Tower, Atlanta, GA 30303. Tel: 404-524-7399.
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Teachers
Language: English
Sponsor: Japan Foundation, Tokyo. Center for Global Partnership.
Authoring Institution: Japan-America Society of Georgia, Atlanta.
Identifiers - Location: Japan