2017 Lesson Plans

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  • The Olympics, Japan and Bullet Trains – A Lesson in National Pride PDF Daniel Boyer Morley Stanwood Middle School, Morely, Michigan
  • Corporate Citizenry in Japan PDF Belinda Cambre Louisiana State University University Laboratory School, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
  • Pacifism As Policy: Japan’s Article 9 PDFPDFPDFPDF Haley Franca
    Best Lesson Plan Award
    Central Valley High School, Ceres, California
  • The Japanese Education System PDF Andrew Hartman Middleton High School, Middleton, Wisconsin
  • Japan’s perspective on North Korea PDFPDFPDFPDF Joel Hinrichs Branford High School, Branford, Connecticut
  • Cultural Bias in Contemporary Sources: Japanese Economic Strengths and Weaknesses PDF Jacqueline Katz Wellesley High School, Wellesley, Massachusetts
  • Japanese Businesses in the United States PDF Joshua Keliiheleua Lake Nona High School, Orlando, Florida
  • Government Preparations for a Missile Attack : Then and/or Now PDF M. Kate Sutter Lebanon High School, Lebanon, Missouri
  • Environmental Policy in Japan PDFPDFPDFPDFPDF Zachary Taylor Commodore John Rodgers School, Baltimore, Maryland
  • Tokyo to go! PDF Sarah Van Nuys Pitt Meadows Secondary School, Pitt Meadows, British Columbia, Canada