Lesson Plans developed in partnership with OSU:
National Consortium for Teaching about Asia Lesson Plan Bank:
The East Asian Studies Center coordinates National Consortium for Teaching about Asia programs for the state of Ohio (NCTA-Ohio). Each NCTA seminar participant works with Ohio faculty members to create three lesson plans on East Asia as the final product of their seminar. NCTA-Ohio makes these lesson plans available to teachers around the world in their lesson plan bank.
On the following pages, you will find lesson plans on China, Japan, Korea and East Asia in various categories: art and architecture, culture, economics, education, general, geography, history, language, literature, politics and religion.
Other lessons created with The Ohio State University:
- Bringing Korea into the Classroom Lesson Plans (Lesson plans developed by 6th-12th grade teachers with support from the Korea Foundation and a U.S. Department of Education Title VI grant)
- Journey along the Tōkaidō Lesson Plans (Lessons and resources about Japan's National Road using primary source materials developed with support from the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership)
- Japan Discovery Box (Lessons and resources developed with support from the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership)
- Ohio Japan Project Lesson Plans (A set of lessons about Japan developed with support from the U.S.-Japan Foundation)
- Ohio Delegation Group Lesson Plans (Lessons and resources developed by K-12 teachers from Japan during 3 month stay in Ohio)
Other Lesson Plans:
- Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE) (Curriculum materials on world issues and world cultures)
- Asian Educational Media Service (AEMS) (Media, lesson plans, other resources)
- National Geographic Society (Teaching resources including digital maps, lessons)
- Primary Source Resource Guides (Lessons and resources using primary source materials)
- Lessons about Japan