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Chinese Masks:  Forms of Visual Expression, Art and Culture
This art unit focuses on the art and culture masks throughout the history of China. Students engage in an investigation of Chinese masks making, studying the purpose, process and performance of this art form through the focus of color symbolism. This PDF offers 11 pages of a guided art unit, aff
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Korean Classroom Expressions
16 commonly used expressions in the Korean classroom Each expression is displayed on a fan with the Sam Taeguk symbol. (*The Sam Taeguk is comprised of three colors, red, blue and yellow. The red represents heaven the blue represents earth and the yellow represent humanity.) The English and the Ro
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Medieval Feudal Japan Unit Activities
Students will have the opportunity to create webquests, advertisements, commercials, timelines, poems, currencies, book jackets, booklets, videos, cover letters, visuals, debates, talk shows, dialogues, board games, brochures, newspapers, scrapbooks, song lyrics, skits and journal entries. Addition
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EXTRA CREDIT, by Andrew Clements: A Book Club Packet
This is a ready-to-use, 22 page packet designed for teachers to use with students in grades 4-7 as they read EXTRA CREDIT by Andrew Clements. Included is a 14 page student booklet that divides the text into four reading assignments with questions and tasks to go with each one. An answer key is incl
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Buddhism and Buddhists Beliefs
This activity includes a 3 part chart in which students are introduced to the fundamental beliefs of Buddhism, and questions that is proposes. Secondly, students are given example for all of these beliefs, and lastly, students have the opportunity to express their own opinions and thoughts in regard
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Five Pillars of Islam; Common Core Approach to the Basics of Islam
The Five Pillars of Islam are the actions that frame a Muslims life. This project will all the students understand and express those ideas both visual and written. It can be used as an in-class assignment or a research project. In a Common Core and creative approach, the students will describe th
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Geography: China's One Child Policy: Population Comparison Cartogram
Working in collaborative groups, team members take turns reading an article on China’s One-Child Policy Act entitled Too Many In The Family. This article will address the history behind the law, the policy incentives, disobeying the policy, and expectations to the rule. This lesson allows the stude
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Taoism in Ancient China
In this lesson students will be able to identify what are some Taoist beliefs and what they consists of. They will also be able to relate these beliefs to their own. Students will reflect by filling expressing their own opinions on this, and sharing their thoughts amongst their classmates.
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Videos matching "expressions" (BETA)

Are you comfortable teaching art in your classroom or homeschool? If not, let me help you! This Oil Pastel drawing and painting project will be delivered to you via TpT streaming video. Simply supply your students with the necessary art materials, display the video in your classroom or homeschool
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The Four Noble Truths &  The Eightfold Path; A Common Core Approach
“The Four Noble Truths” are the fundamentals of Buddhism, the realization of which turned Gautama into the Buddha or the enlightened one. They are the central definition of Buddhist goals and the wellspring from which all Buddhist sects developed. The fourth noble truth is “The Eightfold Path,” th
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Chinese Ingenuity; Inventions That Changed the World
Chinese ingenuity was the source of many inventions that changed the world. You will be creating an open mind to show five of these inventions. Allow your students to express their creativity by drawing their inventions, and their intellect by explaining how these inventions changed the world.
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Symbols & Indonesian Batik:
Students learn the importance of symbols while studying the ancient Javanese (Indonesian) Batik technique. Students express themselves creatively and color with crayons! Included in the packet: -Title page -Lesson (objectives, vocabulary, materials, essential question) -What is Batik? -What is Bat
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Chinese New Year WebQuest - Engaging Internet Activity {Includes GoogleSlides}
WebQuest Contents: *Holiday Information *Holiday History *The Chinese Zodiac *Chinese New Year Quiz *Chinese New Year Video This web quest guides students in discovering information about Chinese New Year. Throughout the quest, students will visit four different websites to read, research, and shar
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Feudalism in Japan - Structure, Pros & Cons - Includes Answer Key
After completing these two handouts on feudalism in medieval Japan, students will have a clear understanding of the roles and responsibilities of the shogun, daimyos, samurai and peasants. Students will also have the opportunity to express their opinion in regards to which social group they would c
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Creative History in Medieval Japan; A Common Core Approach
Examine a unit on Medieval Japan that applies Common Core principles from a pioneer who has always taught history through having students carefully read primary sources, write concisely, and think as historians. Creative projects that have students truly engage texts and express their understanding
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Creative History in the Islamic Empires; A Common Core Approach
Examine units on Islam and the Islamic Empires that apply Common Core principles from a pioneer who has always taught history through having students carefully read primary sources, write concisely, and think as historians. Creative projects that have students truly engage texts and express their u
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Geography: Celebrating the Change Roles of Women In Asia (Suffrage)
LESSON: CELEBRATING THE CHANGING ROLE OF ASIAN WOMEN GRADE LEVEL: Mature 7-9th TIME FRAME: THREE 60-MINUTE CLASS PERIODS TYPE OF ACTIVITY: GROUP COOPERATION NOTE: ADJUST MARGINS UNDER PAGE SETUP BEFORE PRINTING OR SCALE TO FIT TO AVOID GRAPHICS FROM BEING CUT OFF. OBJECTIVE: o The learner wi
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A Chinese New Year  春节 Literacy
Price $6.00 春节 Terrific for learning about Chinese New Year! In A Chinese New Year Literacy, learners participate in activities about Chinese life, ideas and culture. This 29 paged lesson contains the following content: Lesson plans for days 1- 3 ( about an hour each day) Chinese New Year Do’s and
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World War II - Pacific Theater - Battle of Cape Esperance
This is a 15 slide, highly animated, power point presentations on World War II - Pacific Theater - Battle of Cape Esperance. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs. In early August 1942, Allied forces landed on Guadalcanal and succeeded in cap
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Ancient China- Determining the Main Idea: Daoism During the Han Period- Wksht
Determining the Main Idea: Daoism During the Han Period Worksheet Directions: The Main idea is a statement that sums up the most important passage. Identifying the main idea will increase your understanding as you read. The passage includes details and examples that support and explain the main ide
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World War II - Pacific Theater - Naval Battle of Guadalcanal
This is a 15 slide, highly animated, power point presentations on World War II - Pacific Theater - Naval Battle of Guadalcanal. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs. During the fall of 1942, the Japanese made several efforts to capture Hende
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Bundle of 2 - World War II - The Battles of Guadalcanal
This is a bundle of 2 highly animated, power point presentations on World War II - The Battles of Guadalcanal. The presentations together number 30 slides. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change them to fit your individual needs. With the Japanese thrust in the central Pacif
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World War II – Pacific Theater - Battle of Rennell Island
This is a 17 slide, highly animated, power point presentation on World War II – Pacific Theater - Battle of Rennell Island. Each of the slides are editable so you can modify the slides if you need to. Having won key victories at Coral Sea and Midway in mid-1942, the Allies moved to the offensive a
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World War II – Pacific Theater - Battle of Tassafaronga
This is a 19 slide, highly animated, power point presentation on World War II – Pacific Theater - Battle of Tassafaronga. Each of the slides are editable so you can modify the slides if you need to. Having stemmed Japanese advance in the Pacific at the Battles of the Coral Sea and Midway in late s
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Project:  Letter to Congress or the President
I have used this activity in both Asian Studies courses as well as U.S. History courses. The purpose of this mini-project is to have students research the following executive or congressional orders, and then to choose one and take a stand on it (one way or the other) composing a historical letter
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Chinese New Year Order of Operations (PEMDAS) Coloring Page Activity
Students will use order of operations (PEMDAS) to evaluate 12 expressions and then color the Chinese Dragon picture using the solutions. This resource allows teachers to differentiate instruction for students who have various levels of mastery. The worksheets come in 3 difficulty levels, so you may
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Social Studies Mini Project: Ancient China (Geography and Culture
This project entails an innovative approach to students researching and exploring the history and culture of ancient China. It is a valuable tool to help develop research and geography skills as well as promoting creative expression in colorful map construction. Enhancement of team work abilities al
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Impacts of the Meiji Restoration
This is a homework assignment and lesson that explores the impact of the Meiji Restoration. Students will evaluate 9 primary sources (eiher in class or as a homework assignment) and will then evaluate the impact on the society of Japan. It requires students to make evaluations, express their concl
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Thank you in Chinese
Here's a thank you card to color and decorate that has the words for thank you in Chinese. The Mandarin pronunciation for "thank you" is printed on the back of the card too. Good for expression appreciation to a Chinese teacher or friend, and as part of cultural studies.
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Ellis Island and Angel Island Venn Diagram
This Venn Diagram provides students to express 5 differences for each Ellis and Angel island along with 3 similarities.
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