Print | Close
Standard 13 Lesson Plans

Expand All | Collapse All

TABLE OF CONTENTS
EAST ASIA FOREIGN RELATIONS
  • Examining the Relationships Among China, Japan and Korea Through Multi-Layered Timelines [The New York Times Learning Network]
    For grades 6-12. In this lesson, students examine current disputes between nations, and then, after learning about current tensions among Japan, China and South Korea, research and create timelines outlining the development of relationships among these nations. They then write letters from the perspective of a leader of one nation to a leader of another nation studied in class.

  • China: Geography and Security Goals [Asia for Educators]
    This unit explores how history and geography set the agenda for Chinese foreign policy. China's internal geography, regional geography, and the broader global context are discussed. Discussion questions are included.
KOREA-JAPAN FOREIGN RELATIONS
  • Examining Why Tension Still Exists Between Japan and Korea [The New York Times Learning Network]
    For grades 6-12. In this lesson, students will explore the dispute between Japan and South Korea over an island, research relevant history to put the current event into perspective, and create postage stamps illustrating possible solutions to the current land dispute.

Print || Close

Back to top