Lesson Plans on East Asia

ART & ARCHITECTURE
East Asian Art & Cultural Elements, Tracy Wienhold, Cleveland 05

CULTURE
Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Numbers and Luck, Una King, Wooster 07
Comparing Mass Media, Joesph Miller III, Oberlin 10
Comparing Social Movements, Joesph Miller III, Oberlin 10
Comparing the Family System, Joesph Miller III, Oberlin 10
The Drama Art Forms of Noh, Bunraku, Kabuki, Takarazuka, Chinese Opera, and Pansori, Kathy Ward, Columbus 16
East Asian Philosophy: Reorganizing the Classroom, Greg Milo, Akron 08
Exploring the Asian Cultural Tradition Through Multimedia Art, Michael Hinze, Columbus 06
Meal Time: A Comparison of Traditional Meals from Different Cultures,
Eric Sottosanti, Akron 08
The Olympic Dream, James Velo, Columbus 06
Transportation in East Asia, James Velo, Columbus 06

ECONOMICS

Using Charts and Graphs to Study East Asia’s Modern Economy Virginia Ressa, Columbus 06
Business Strategy with Asia: Outsourcing or Not?, Craig Rush, Cincinnati 06

GENERAL
Comparing Data, Dan Vallette, Columbus 04
East Asia, Lori Nickel, Columbus 04
East Asia and the World, Willard, Cincinnati 06
Population Facts and Figures, James Velo, Columbus 06
Time Travel: China, Japan, & Korea, Anita Russ, Cleveland 05
Where in the World can I find a Healthy Diet?, Donna Shurr, Oberlin 10

GEOGRAPHY
Asian Country Projects, Telisha LeFloria, Akron 08
International Relations, Candee Hurt, Oberlin 10
“Second Star to the Left and Straight on ‘Til Morning” – Spreadsheet Driven Exploration on Pacific Asian Geography, Scott Lightfoot, Toledo 05
Trade Between China, Korea, & Japan, Marcia Shaefer, Granville 09
Using Graphs to Compare Data, Charlee Raddish, Akron 08

HISTORY
1919 and the East Asian Disappointment, Greg Milo, Akron 08
Ancient Man in Asia, Nancy Clendenen, Columbus 04
Ancient Civilizations, Leslie Burnham, Toledo 07
The Asian Holocaust, Joy Vargas Painter, Wooster 07
Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Immigration to the U.S., Judy Szewczak, Toledo 05
Comfort Women, Joy Vargas Painter, Wooster 07
The Effects of World War II on Countries in Asia, Tammie Ray, Akron 08
Events Leading to WWII, Tamar Warkentien, Oberlin 10
Genocide and Propoganda, Jetta Ries Fete, Oberlin 10
Imperialism in the Far East, Sean Brennan, Cleveland 12

LANGUAGE
Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Language Basics, Una King, Wooster 07
Comparison of East Asian Written Languages, Tamar Warkentien, Oberlin 10

LITERATURE
Asian Cinderella Tales, Nancy Clendenen, Columbus 04
Asian Literature #1, Ellen Miller and Natalie Mroz, Columbus 04
Asian Literature #2, Ellen Miller and Natalie Mroz, Columbus 04
Elements of Narration, Jetta Ries Fete, Oberlin 10
Folktales (African American, Chinese, Japanese, & Korean), Leslie Gilchrist Walker, Cleveland 05

POLITICS
Current Events in East Asia, Melissa Ryan, Wooster 07
Study of Basic Forms of Government using East Asia as the Model, Jenny Sage, Granville 09

RELIGION
Comparing Buddhism and Confucianism, Alaric Harris, Cincinnati 06
Comparing World Religions, Virginia Ressa, Columbus 06
Comparing World Religions, Laura Soltis, Columbus 04