Do I Have a Window Seat or an Aisle Seat? - Grade 5 (Japan)
This research lesson was taught by Yutaka Hase. The double period lesson was presented at Shinjuku-Kuritsu Ichigaya Elementary School to a class of 40 fifth grade students. It is the third of a sequence of 3 lessons. The main focus of this unit is helping students understand that whole numbers can be categorized into several sets through the instruction of even and odd numbers. In this lesson, for the expansion of the topic on even and odd numbers, the lesson planning group decided to include ca
Author(s): Yutaka Hase

Area of the Circle - Grade 5 (Japan)
This lesson teaches students how to calculate the area of a circle by cutting the circle into sectors and rearranging those sectors into approximate shapes with known areas, such as a parallelogram.
Author(s): Yasuhiro Hosomizu

The lesson was taught by Hideyuki Muramoto with support of Kazuyoshi Okubo. This 50-minute research lesson was presented at Sapporo City Maruyama Elementary School to a class of 40 third grade students. It is the fourth of a sequence of 13 lessons. The preceding lesson considered the product 20 times 3 and the children were encouraged to calculate the number of black circles in the array below. In the figure the total is (10 times 3) plus (10 times 3), which is 30+30, giving 60.
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Thinking Systematically -- Grade 6 (Japan)
"Thinking Systematically" teaches students to find the value of two quantities that satisfy two conditions. Students are asked to determine the number of pencils and ballpoint pens bought if the total number of items purchased was 10 and the total price was 460 yen.
Author(s): Atsutomo Morii

Thinking Systematically -- Grade 6 (Japan)
"Thinking Systematically" teaches students to find the value of two quantities that satisfy two conditions. Students are asked to determine the number of pencils and ballpoint pens bought if the total number of items purchased was 10 and the total price was 460 yen.
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The lesson was taught by Hideyuki Muramoto with support of Kazuyoshi Okubo. This 50-minute research lesson was presented at Sapporo City Maruyama Elementary School to a class of 40 third grade students. It is the fourth of a sequence of 13 lessons. The preceding lesson considered the product 20 times 3 and the children were encouraged to calculate the number of black circles in the array below. In the figure the total is (10 times 3) plus (10 times 3), which is 30+30, giving 60.
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Do I Have a Window Seat or an Aisle Seat? - Grade 5 (Japan)
This research lesson was taught by Yutaka Hase. The double period lesson was presented at Shinjuku-Kuritsu Ichigaya Elementary School to a class of 40 fifth grade students. It is the third of a sequence of 3 lessons. The main focus of this unit is helping students understand that whole numbers can be categorized into several sets through the instruction of even and odd numbers. In this lesson, for the expansion of the topic on even and odd numbers, the lesson planning group decided to include ca
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Area of the Circle - Grade 5 (Japan)
This lesson teaches students how to calculate the area of a circle by cutting the circle into sectors and rearranging those sectors into approximate shapes with known areas, such as a parallelogram.
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Japan in war and peace
This is a module framework. It can be viewed online or downloaded as a zip file. As taught in Autumn Semester 2009/2010 This module consists of a detailed examination of the critical period in Japanese history from the end of the Pacific War through the U.S. Occupation between 1945 and 1952 and recovery in the 1960s and beyond. The lectures and seminars examine the following topics: Japan’s Road to War The Japanese experience of war and defeat The A-bomb in history and memory The ‘All
Author(s): Townsend Susan C. Dr

Expedition 8 Crew Talks to Students in Japan
In this video segment adapted from NASA, students in Matsuyama City, Japan, interview Expedition 8 Commander and NASA Science Officer Mike Foale and Flight Engineer Alexander Kaleri about life and work aboard the International Space Station.
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Morita, Juvenile Justice in Japan: A Historical and Cross-Cultural Perspective
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Calendar of State Papers Colonial, East Indies, China and Japan, Volume 2 - 1513-1616
Covers the whole period 1513-1616.
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Calendar of State Papers Colonial, East Indies, China and Japan, Volume 4 - 1622-1624
Covers the whole period 1622-1624 and contains many details of the Amboyna Massacre of 1624.
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Calendar of State Papers Colonial, East Indies, China and Japan, Volume 3 - 1617-1621
Covers the whole period 1617-1621.
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Japan review
Japan Review is a scholarly full-text refereed ejournal published in English by the International Research Center for Japanese Studies in Kyoto, Japan. The journal covers Japanese culture and civilization and is published annually. At June 2009 there are 19 issues online (1990-2008), freely offering articles as PDF files. Example article include: 'Miyazaki Hayao's epic comic series Nausicaa in the Valley of the Wind: an attempt at interpretation'; 'Beriberi, military medicine, and medical auth
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Orient : report of the society for Near Eastern studies in Japan
This Web page gives access to the full-text of 'Orient: Report of the Society for Near Eastern Studies in Japan' (1960-2004), and despite the word 'report' in the title this is actually a substantial academic journal. Tables of contents, abstracts, and PDF files of articles are all freely available online. The journal was published in English, with occasional articles in German and French, and was devoted to reports and scholarly articles on archaeological and historical topics, with forays into
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