This is a fun way to introduce or review Japan with students! Your students will enjoy the cute graphics, REAL photos, and game all while learning about Japan.
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2 Powerpoint slideshows:
- Japan Culture and Vocabulary (36 slides)
- Karuta Game (23 slides)
- One advanced for notetaking (3 pages)
- One simple for vocabulary labeling (2 pages)
1 Set of Karuta Printable Cards
- 3 pages
All documents come in Powerpoint pptx, Word docx, and pdf files. The pdf files are included in case you have difficulty opening the other files. The Powerpoint and Word files CAN be adjusted for your class.
This is designed to be a break from regular research. It gives students some insight into Japanese life and culture that's not often written in regular information books for kids. The lesson is led by 20 key Japanese words with tidbits of interesting information:
17. origami (most Japanese people don't know how to fold origami)
In the end, it culminates in a game that reviews the vocabulary. All files are adjustable, so you can add or take away what you want.
Words with a star* next to them indicate they are used FREQUENTLY in the Japanese language. Two stars** means it's very frequent. I did this in case you wanted to mention to students that many words that we often associate with the Japanese culture may be rare topics in their everyday life.
I also have a a separate PowerPoint and Handout on the topic of Japan that you can download called: "Japan Lesson: Geography, History, Culture, Government Powerpoint and Questions." You can check that out separately OR buy this page's item and that as a bundle called "Japan Lesson Bundle: 3 Powerpoints, Printables, Game." Please drop by my store for more details (keyword: Japan). Thanks for looking!
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These instructions were made by a teacher (me) and tested on LOTS of teachers before it went online. Try it out! =D