2019 Lesson Plans

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  • How Much Did Japan Change During the Meiji Era? PDF PDF PDF Leah Bouas
    Hebron High School, Carrollton, Texas
  • An Interactive Tour of Japan: Research and Create an Electronic Map using GoogleMyMap PDFPDFPDFPDFPDF Barnaby Cook Rio Community School, Rio, Wisconsin
  • SDGs in Japan and the United States: Action Research PDF Bryce Coon Thomas S. Wootton High School, Rockville, Maryland
  • Land, Culture and Communication: How does the environment impact the lives of peoples in Japan and North America? PDFPDFPDFPDF Timothy Dilley Pitt Meadows Secondary School, Pitt Meadows, British Colombia, Canada
  • Creating solutions for SDGs PDFPDFPDFPDF Brian Filibeck Beulah High School, Beulah, North Dakota
  • Comparing US Japan Elections PDFPDFPDF Amanda Geiger Leon High School, Tallahassee, Florida
  • Economic System Comparison on Sustainable Development Goals PDFPDFPDFPDF Michal Jensby
    Best Lesson Plan Award
    Tri-Cities High School, East Point, Georgia
  • The pattern of emulation and innovation in Japanese history (Meiji Period) PDFPDFPDF Melanie Krob Isidore Newman School, New Orleans, Louisiana
  • East Meets West: Using Friendship Gardens to Build Understanding and Appreciation for Cultural Differences. PDFPDFPDF Naomi Oyadomari Lucerne Valley Middle School, Lucerne Valley, California
  • Take Action!: U.N. Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) PDFPDFPDF Ashley Wall The Pennfield School, Portsmouth, Rhode Island