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East & Southeast Asia: An Annotated Directory of Internet Resources
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Teaching Resources for Japan
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Contemporary Japan: Society and Culture A teaching unit from Columbia University's Asia for Educators, with Theodore Bestor & Helen Hardacre, Harvard University: urban & rural life; the Japanese family; education & work; Japanese society; pop culture; religions
Learning from Shogun: Japanese History and Western Fantasy Volume of essays on the educational significance of James Clavell's novel, edited by Henry Smith (1980; PDF format)
National Clearinghouse for U.S.-Japan Studies From Indiana University, site "providing educational information about Japan to K-12 students, teachers, specialists, and curriculum developers"
Teaching About Japan From UCLA Center for East Asian Studies: Japan in the K-12 curriculum; lessons; teaching resources, etc.
Teaching about Japan: Japanese Geography Teaching resource from UCLA's Center for East Asian Studies: ""openers" -- questions or assertions to launch discussion -- and other tools to introduce students to the Japanese geography"
A Visual Literacy Exercise Created by Lee A. Makela of Cleveland State University & "based on selected woodblock prints from a famous series depicting scenic views of the Fifty Three Stations of the Tokaido"
Yamakawa Shuppansha: Teaching Materials for History (in Japanese) Texts, books of pictures, atlases, multimedia materials, replicas, etc.
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