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LIVING IN JAPAN Ax AIBRIS 
O. L. Davis, Jr. Professor of Curr a ry) RSITACIS Es Austin, Texas 














Melvin Arnoff Associate Professi ‘us on Inner-City 

Social Studies), Ki Al BI RGA SIS 

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John A. Blough Research Associat lio State Univer- 
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Francis P. Hunkins Associate Professc ‘tle, Washington 
Curtis Paul Ramsey Chairman, Departn ‘sity, Kent, Ohio 


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What do you see around Japan? 

Land with water all around it is called an 
island. 

How can you tell that Japan is made up of 
many islands? 

What do you know about the land in Japan? 


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People live and work in Tokyo. 

The streets are busy. 

The houses are close together. 

What words would you use to tell about 
Tokyo? 


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Do some Japanese people live as you do? 
Do some Japanese people eat as you do? 
How can you tell? 


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All Japanese girls and boys go to school. 
How is a Japanese classroom like yours? 
How is it different? 


How is a Japanese school lunch like yours? 


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What are the Japanese girls and boys 
learning? 

What sport are the boys playing? 
How is this like what you do? 

How is it different? 


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People also live and work outside of Tokyo. 
People have fun there too. 

What kinds of work might they do? 

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Japanese people grow grain outside of Tokyo. 
They grow rice. 
How do the Japanese grow rice? 




















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Are Japanese farm houses like farm houses in 
the United States? Why or why not? 

How can you tell that Japanese girls and boys 
help their parents? 


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People in Japan have fun in special ways. 
In what special ways do they have fun? 
How do you have fun? 

When do you have a picnic? 

When do you dress up? 


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Men and women work very hard in Japan. 
What kinds of work do they do? 
What are some Japanese products you use? 


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People in Japan like to visit special places. 
What kinds of special places do you think 
these are? 

What kinds of places do you like to visit? 


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: eh needs that we do? 

People in Japan have the same 
wants that we do? 

People in Japan enjoy the same things 
that we do? 


You would like to visit Japan? 
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