2018 Lesson Plans

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  • We’re All in This Together: Japanese FDI in the U.S. PDF Megan Cole
    Best Lesson Plan Award
    Homewood High School, Homewood, Alabama
  • Adding women to the crew to help keep the ship sailing strong? PDF Abby Dupke Hamilton High School, Chandler, Arizona
  • Forms of Government PDF James Duran Coleman Middle School, Tampa, Florida
  • How did Japan become an economic superpower, 1945-1968? PDF Guillaume Laroche Western Canada High School, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  • What Does it Mean to Create a Constitution PDF Alyssa McLean Edward Little High School, Auburn, Maine
  • An Unbroken Cup: Reflecting on preparations for the Great Northwest Earthquake in the context of Japan’s experience PDF Sigrid Olsen Sprague High School, Salem, Oregon
  • Japanese and American Elections PDFPDF Zachary Raugewitz Washburn Rural High School, Topeka, Kansas
  • City of Nara/What Built Edo? Coercion, Classes, Commercialism, Conservation PDF Victoria Deniston Reed Omaha Central High School, Omaha, Nebraska
  • Economic Trade and Barriers of Prosperity PDF Marv Sorensen Benson High School, Benson, Arizona
  • Shinto and Buddhism in Japan PDFPDF John Yager Pittsford Mendon High School, Pittsford, NewYork