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The Kite Runner: A Partnered Research Presentation on Afghanistan
This assignment is to used to enhance an understanding of Afghanistan, its culture, its history, and its people. I use it during my The Kite Runner unit, though, it would be appropriate for any novel or unit associated with Afghanistan. What makes this assignment so useful in my classroom is that
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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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Chinese Immigration: Paper Sons Activity
This activity has been a hit each year for the last three years! Students will be able to further their learning and understanding of the Chinese immigrant experience at Angel Island with this perspective-taking activity. Students will read aloud a sample interrogation of a paper son at Angel Isla
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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

Also included in: Holiday WebQuests {Include Google Slides Option}

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Chinese New Year Mini-Readers for Primary
Chinese New Year Readers K-2 has 4 mini-booklets for developing readers in 2 formats for a total of 8 mini readers. Formatted for easy prep, just copy, staple and cut in half. Blackline copies include illustrations to colour and 1 or 2 sentences to read. Included in the second version is 1 or 2
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Applying Buddha's Teachings to Modern Times
The premise of this activity is that the students respond to advice-seekers from Buddha's point of view in the form of an advice column. Students must write back in letters of their own, applying the principles from the Four Noble Truths and the Eightfold Path to the ordinary struggles of high scho
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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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Armenian Genocide Article Comparison
In this activity students will: 1) Get a brief background on the Genocide 2) Read two different passages (they could also read one and work with a partner) while looking for specific mentions of events during the genocide that coincides with The United Nations definition of genocide. 3) There are a
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Would You Rather? Ancient India Task Cards, Game, or Writing Prompts
Engage your students while they practice their critical thinking and communication skills in a fun and exciting way. This "Would You Rather?" activity will interest them in their study of ancient India. There are 19 "Would You Rather?" scenarios in task card format. I have done this activity three
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A Chinese New Year Literacy Social Studies Informational Text Center Stations
Terrific idea for Chinese New Year! In A Chinese New Year Literacy, students participate in activities after learning about Chinese life, ideas and culture. This 29 paged lesson includes:Lesson plans for up to 3 class period daysInformation abouta) Chinese New Year Do’s and Don’tsb) A Chinese New Y
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Chinese Celebration Activity
Hina-Matsuri is the name of a holiday in Japan. It is also known as Doll Festival or Girls’ Festival. Hina-Matsuri is held on the third day of the third month each year. Students read the passage. Then, they write a question about the passage using each question starter. Then, they find a partner
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Feudalism in Japan vs. Feudalism in Europe- differentiated graphic organizer
Use this graphic organizer to compare and contrast feudalism in Japan and feudalism in Europe. In what way was it similar? How did it differ? If you have been using Icons of Depth and Complexity for differentiated instructions, your students should be familiar with the icons. If not, the explanation
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FREE Chinese New Year Literacy Activities
Learning about the Chinese New Year will be fun for your students when they complete the two literacy activities in this packet! Both activities were designed for cooperative learning teams, but they would work equally well with partners or in a small guided reading group. The first lesson is a sort
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Core Knowledge Dynasties of China grade 4
Each section of the Dynasties of China unit has a review sheet. I have found that these sheets are helpful for the students to review main concepts and key vocabulary. These worksheets can be completed independently or as "partner work" after reading the section and taking notes as a class. They
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