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Feudal Japan Lesson Plans & Activities

In the Japanese feudal system, the emperor was at the top, followed by the Shoguns, samurai, and then the peasants.

Feudal Japan Its All Japanese To Me UNIT

Class Structure (lesson)

Buddha and the Nio (Japanese Guardian Dieties)

Shogun

The power of the Shoguns lasted for more than 250 years. Achievement: The Shoguns opened new trade routes to Europe.

Power of the Shoguns (lesson)

Isolationism in Japan: the Tokugawa Shogunate (lesson)

The Tokugawa Shogunate - Centralization (lesson)

Daimyo, Samurai

The Samurai were highly respected, well trained warriors.
The Daimyo was the ruler of the Samurai.

The Bushido was the Code of the Samurai, 
which demanded honor and loyalty.

S.P.A.M. - Samurai, Peasant, Artisan, Merchant (Donn)

Haiku

Haiku Poetry

Haiku activities: The Shiki site

Haiku and Beyond: A Study of Japanese Literature 

Haiku - Poetry of the Samurai Warrior

Eno Period: 1600-1867

Eno Period - Virtual Tour

Ukiyo-e

Rise of Merchant Class in Eno Period (lesson)

Jim Breen's Ukiyo Gallery

General Lesson Plans & Activities

Core Knowledge: Japan Units

Free Presentations about Japan

Spotlight on Japan

Japan Unit (4th grade)

Culture of Japan

Free Presentations in PowerPoint format 

Lesson Plans for Teaching Japan through Children's Literature

Exploring Early Modern Japan lesson plan

Japan lesson plans - images of warfare through woodblocks

Lesson Plans for Japan - Many!

Japan Lesson Plans - Many

Japan

Daruma Dolls

The Country of Japan (K-3)

The fake egg

Tanka activities: A modern travel journal

Manga activities

Kana, Hiragana

Kana - Japanese characters

Hiragana (images, gif files)

Karigami & Origami

Origami (arrived in 6th century Japan from China)

Toys  Games  Kites  Fans

Daruma Dolls (Myth, List of Lessons)

Japan coloring pages to print out

Japanese Religion & Philosophy

Shinto is Japanís main religion, 
and teaches that everything in nature is filled with spirits.
Buddhism is Japan's second main religion. 
Zen Buddhism
teaches spiritual discipline.

Buddhism (Donn)

Learning module - Shinto, Buddhism, Christianity

Geography/Maps

Geography of Japan (lesson)

Comparative Geography 1

Comparative Geography 2

Effects of Limited Space on a Culture

See Also: Asia  


For Kids

World Trivia Japan (game)

Daruma Dolls

The Art of Japan


Resources

 Free Clip Art

Free Presentations about Japan

 

 



 






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