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;
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)
Clearinghouse for U.S.-Japan Studies
|| From Indiana University, site "providing
educational information about Japan to K-12 students,
teachers, specialists, and curriculum developers"
||From UCLA Center for East Asian
Studies: Japan in the K-12 curriculum; lessons; 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"
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"
Shuppansha: Teaching Materials for History
|| (in Japanese) Texts, books of pictures,
atlases, multimedia materials, replicas, etc.