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Japanese Introduction SOW

Japanese Introduction SOW

An introduction to the Japanese language and culture that I made for my secondary school Japanese club. It covers introductory phrases, an outline of the three alphabets of Japanese (hiragana, katakana and kanji), simple questions and answers, numbers and a bit of calligraphy using hiragana. Contains a 58 slide PowerPoint and Hiragana/Katakana handouts.

By btite

Cultural History of Asia bundle

Cultural History of Asia bundle

Three timelines on the cultural history of India, China, and Japan. Carefully researched and full of detail. Can be used as classroom exercise or as background information for the teacher.

By addeter

JAPAN - A TALE OF TWO CULTURES.

JAPAN - A TALE OF TWO CULTURES.

JAPANESE CULTURE. TRADITIONAL VS MODERN. ART, ARCHITECTURE, ENTERTAINMENT, HISTORY. MANGA, SAMURAI, KARATE, GEISHA, FASHION, TRANSPORT. RELIGION, FOOD, TECHNOLOGY, LITERATURE (HAIKU). 10 STRANGE FACTS. THERE IS LITTLE TEXT IN THIS POWER POINT. THE IMAGES ARE MEANT TO PROMPT DISCUSSION ON THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN OLD AND NEW JAPAN. PLEASE REVIEW AND LEAVE FEEDBACK :)

By nicklongford32

Japan - Land of Fire and Ice

Japan - Land of Fire and Ice

A look at the geology of Japan, the impact of volcanoes, earthquakes and tsunami on the country and the benefits of Japanese hot springs (onsen).

By kjchalmers

Japanese school system

Japanese school system

An introduction to the different levels of schooling in Japan and the set-up of the school day as it differs from the UK.

By kjchalmers

Japanese homes

Japanese homes

This is a PowerPoint showing the different types of Japanese accommodation and the differences with flats and apartments in the UK.

By kjchalmers

Japan (country study)

Japan (country study)

Let’s get to know Japan! This worksheet includes 17 pages with a great variety of activities and exercises about Japan. The materials have informative exercises about the things that Japan is famous for, such as Sushi, Sumo wrestling, Samurai, Mount Fuji, Ninjas and many other things! Crosswords, word searches, puzzles and other kinds of activities are included to make it a fun and interesting class. The answers and an answer sheet are included. Overview: Page 1: Japan in pictures Page 2/3: Brief introduction Page 4/5: History Page 6: Shintoism Page 7: Everyday Life Page 8/9: Japanese Culture Page 10/11: Attractions Page 12: Food Page 13/14: Martial Arts Page 15: Ninjas and Samurai Page 16/17: Revision Extra: Board game The following questions are just a few examples of the aspects handled in this worksheet: - What is Manga? - What is the difference between kendo, sumo, judo, jiu jitsu and karate? - What is the difference between a samurai and a ninja? - What are shoguns? - What is Shintoism? - How do Japanese people live? - Why do they work so hard? - What is pachinko? - What is a capsule hotel? - What are Geishas? - What different kinds of Japanese food are there? - What is a Kimono? You might also like these worksheets: South Korea North Korea China Thailand (free!) India Geography - Asia You can save money by purchasing bundles! All units: 28 Country Studies Asian Country Studies Keywords: Japan, Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Nagasaki, Hiroshima, Sumo, Shrine, Camera, Nuclear bomb, Atomic bomb, WW2, Kimono, Ginza, Samurai, Shogun, Ninja, Castle, Manga, Karate, Bullet train, Super Mario, Robot, Hello Kitty, Pokemon, Bonsai, Origami, Sushi, Capsule Hotel, Sake, Pagoda, Mount Fuji, Akihito, Shinzo Abe, Emperors.

By willemmacau