This resource guide was developed by the Interdisciplinary Curriculum Development Team in coordination with the East Asian Studies Center at The Ohio State University to support teaching about modern Chinese history in the classroom. Sources for material are focused on the Key Issues for Asian Studies series by the Association for Asian Studies by David Kenley, Modern Chinese History. Materials are designed for teachers to use in the classroom with minimal modification in the Take & Go Series: Modern Chinese History.
- Exploring virus transmission via the 2019 coronavirus using Qing dynasty map
- Map Analysis of the Qing dynasty
- Reign of Kangxi: Exploring Architecture through 3D Models
- Poetry of the Qing dynasty: A Lesson in Classical Chinese Poetry and Practice
- Objects of the Qing dynasty: A Lesson Utilizing Scale Models with 3D Printing
- Four Corners Activity
- May Fourth Incident from British Perspective (UK Lesson Plan Resources)
- Teachers Guide - China In The Red | Teacher Center | FRONTLINE | PBS
- Resources for teaching about Taiwan
- Information about the 2024 election
- Deng Xiaoping’s Economic Reforms: Are Choices Worth the Costs? NCTA Teacher Lesson Plan
- Deng Xiaoping and Tiananmen Square.pdf
- Lessons in Statecraft: What Deng Xiaoping’s Political Career Can Teach Us about Catching Mice — COLUMBIA POLITICAL REVIEW
- Economics: Great Leap Forward vs. SEZs | US-China Institute (usc.edu)
- Learning and Teaching Resources Related to the Belt and Road Initiative Mapping the Belt and Road Initiative
- China’s Belt & Road Initiative: A Model UN Module
- Introduction to Environmental Challenges in China - Lesson - TeachEngineering
- China's Environmental Crisis-Modern East Asia | US-China Institute (usc.edu)
This project was funded in part by the Freeman Foundation through the University of Pittsburgh national coordinating site for the National Consortium for Teaching About Asia (NCTA) Asian Studies Center, University Center for International Studies, and the U.S. Department of Education Title VI National Resource Center grant to the East Asian Studies Center at The Ohio State University. The content of this resource guide does not necessarily represent the policy of the U.S. Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government.
This guide is available online for classroom use worldwide and can be accessed at EASC's Resource page.
Source: Kenley, D. L. (2020). Modern Chinese History (2nd ed., Ser. Key Issues in Asian Studies). Association for Asian Studies.