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Exploring Japan

UFR Code: 659
This comprehensive 84-page photocopiable resource will provide students with an ideal introduction to Japan, its people, their lifestyles, history and culture, values, symbols and arts and crafts. In so doing, it will foster an understanding of a fascinating culture and people, and offer students the opportunity to better appreciate cultural diversity. Learning activities include: recipes, traditional stories, origami, theatre, games and puzzles, arts and crafts, Japanese language, and much more. With such a diverse range of activities included, this resource is suitable to be dipped into as required, or as a basis for an in-depth cross-curricula study of Japan and its people. Curriculum areas covered include English, Maths, PDHPE, The Arts, Science and Social Sciences. Extensive teacher support information is provided.

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UFR Code 659
Number of Pages 84
Author Lyn Potter
ISBN 978-1-86968-569-0
Year Published 2009
Age Age 7–10, Age 10–12
Keyword Cultures

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