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1.Which countries (5) make up East Asia? 2.What is the longest river on the continent? 3.What is Japan’s native religion? 4.How many countries border.

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2 1.Which countries (5) make up East Asia? 2.What is the longest river on the continent? 3.What is Japan’s native religion? 4.How many countries border the country of China? 5.According to the video, what is the population of the country of China? Please copy down the questions (10). You have 45 seconds per question. Please skip three lines between each question

3 6.What are the 4 main islands that make up Japan? 7.Samurai's are known for their skill with what weapon? 8.What invention changed the way of life for samurai's? 9.When was South Korea invaded by the North Korean army? 10.Which of the two Koreas is one of the poorest in the world? Please copy down the questions (10). You have 45 seconds per question. Please skip three lines between each question

4  Locate the Korean Peninsula  Explain why the two Koreas are divided  Compare life in North and South Korea

5 Ch. 15 test will be tomorrow End of 3 rd Nine Weeks is on Monday, March 18 th Spring Break is 8 days away!

6 Bell Ringer Compare / Contrast North and South Korea Video – East Asia

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18 One of East Asia’s ________ powers; leading Exporter of ships, cars, etc Major crops are ____, ____ Onions, potatoes, cabbage, Apples & tangerines Nearly ______ million people Live in SK; most along Coastal plains _________, Confucianism & Christianity are Major religions Has about __._ million People; Pyongyang Is the capital Seoul is _______: Many have Immigrated to the USA NK government owns and Runs factories but spends Most money on ____ Very economically poor but has ____ and iron sources ________ do not Grow enough food & Are in a major famine NK is __________; Kim Il Sung was ruler Next came son, Kim Jon II

19 1.What is the population density for most of Japan? 2.How many cities on this map have more than 5,000,000 people? 3.What cities on this map have between 500,000 and 1,000,000 people in them? 4.Which city rests at 40 degrees North and 140 degrees East? 5.What city rests at 135 degrees East and 35 degrees North? Please write the following questions (5). Use the map on page 534 to answer. Thanks.

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21  Locate the Korean Peninsula  Explain why the two Koreas are divided  Compare life in North and South Korea

22 Ch. 18 test will be on Thursday, ARMT testing starts next week

23 Bell Ringer Compare / Contrast North and South Korea 8 questions you should know for Ch. 18 test Time Line – The Two Koreas

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26 One of East Asia’s ________ powers; leading Exporter of ships, cars, etc Major crops are ____, ____ Onions, potatoes, cabbage, Apples & tangerines Nearly ______ million people Live in SK; most along Coastal plains _________, Confucianism & Christianity are Major religions Has about __._ million People; Pyongyang Is the capital Seoul is _______: Many have Immigrated to the USA NK government owns and Runs factories but spends Most money on ____ Very economically poor but has ____ and iron sources ________ do not Grow enough food & Are in a major famine NK is __________; Kim Il Sung was ruler Next came son, Kim Jon II

27 1.What is the population density for most of Japan? 2.How many cities on this map have more than 5,000,000 people? 3.What cities on this map have between 500,000 and 1,000,000 people in them? 4.Which city rests at 40 degrees North and 140 degrees East? 5.What city rests at 135 degrees East and 35 degrees North? Please write the following questions (5). Use the map on page 534 to answer. Thanks.

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29  Locate the Korean Peninsula  Explain why the two Koreas are divided  Compare life in North and South Korea

30 Ch. 15 test will be today End of 3 rd Nine Weeks is on Monday, March 18 th Spring Break is 8 days away!

31 Bell Ringer Time Line – The Two Koreas Ch. 15 test (open book) Time Line

32 1.What is the population density for most of Japan? 2.How many cities on this map have more than 5,000,000 people? 3.What cities on this map have between 500,000 and 1,000,000 people in them? 4.Which city rests at 40 degrees North and 140 degrees East? 5.What city rests at 135 degrees East and 35 degrees North? Please write the following questions (5). Use the map on page 534 to answer. Thanks.

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35 Early on, Ruled Korea until A.D 300’s

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37 Early on, Ruled Korea until A.D 300’s A.D. 668 – 935 a Kingdom called unified the peninsula

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39 Early on, Ruled Korea until A.D 300’s A.D. 668 – 935 a Kingdom called unified the peninsula In 1400’s, scholars create , new Way to write Korean language

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41 Early on, Ruled Korea until A.D 300’s A.D. 668 – 935 a Kingdom called unified the peninsula In 1400’s, scholars create , new Way to write Korean language 1910, Conquers Korea And made it part Of empire

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43 Please copy down the 3 riddles and try to answer. 1.What Christmas message is written here? A B C D E F G H I J K M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 2.I drove to the store. I got out, & accidentally locked my keys in the car. I went in & bought some milk. I came back out & unlocked the door without touching "anything" on the outside of the car. How? 3.An archeologist finds a coin dated 48 B.C. How did he know it was a fake?

44  Locate the Korean Peninsula  Explain why the two Koreas are divided  Compare life in North and South Korea

45 Chapter 18 test will be on Thursday, 3.21 End of 3 rd Nine Weeks is on Monday, March 18 th Spring Break is 5 days away!

46 Bell Ringer Time Line – The Two Koreas Video – Japan Time Line - Japan

47 Early on, Ruled Korea until A.D 300’s A.D. 668 – 935 a Kingdom called unified the peninsula In 1400’s, scholars create , new Way to write Korean language 1910, Conquers Korea And made it part Of empire

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51 Early on, Ruled Korea until A.D 300’s A.D. 668 – 935 a Kingdom called unified the peninsula In 1400’s, scholars create , new Way to write Korean language 1910, Conquers Korea And made it part Of empire North and South Korea are divided After WW II; North attacks South in -----

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55 Early on, Ruled Korea until A.D 300’s A.D. 668 – 935 a Kingdom called unified the peninsula In 1400’s, scholars create , new Way to write Korean language 1910, Conquers Korea And made it part Of empire North and South Korea are divided After WW II; North attacks South in Today, the two Koreas are Trying to Reconcile… However …

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60 Please use map on page 525 to answer the following questions. Please write the question. Please have planners on table. 1.What bodies of water lie between Japan and the Koreas? 2.What is Japan’s highest peak? 3.How high is Japan’s highest peak? 4.Which two rivers separate the Korean Peninsula from China? 5.Which major Japanese island has no city on it?

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62  Explain what economic activities are important in Japan  Describe how the past has influenced Japan  Summarize how religion has shaped culture in Japan

63 Ch. 18 test will be on Friday, 3.22 Spring Break is 4 days away!!

64 Bell Ringer Time Line – History of Japan 8 Vocabulary terms you should know … Vocabulary check

65 Please use map on page 525 to answer the following questions. Please write the question. Please have planners on table. 1.What bodies of water lie between Japan and the Koreas? 2.What is Japan’s highest peak? 3.How high is Japan’s highest peak? 4.Which two rivers separate the Korean Peninsula from China? 5.Which major Japanese island has no city on it?

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67 Please use map on page 525 to answer the following questions. Please write the question. Please have planners on table. 1.What bodies of water lie between Japan and the Koreas? 2.What is Japan’s highest peak? 3.How high is Japan’s highest peak? 4.Which two rivers separate the Korean Peninsula from China? 5.Which major Japanese island has no city on it?

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69 Please use map on page 525 to answer the following questions. Please write the question. Please have planners on table. 1.What bodies of water lie between Japan and the Koreas? 2.What is Japan’s highest peak? 3.How high is Japan’s highest peak? 4.Which two rivers separate the Korean Peninsula from China? 5.Which major Japanese island has no city on it?

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71 Please use map on page 525 to answer the following questions. Please write the question. Please have planners on table. 1.What bodies of water lie between Japan and the Koreas? 2.What is Japan’s highest peak? 3.How high is Japan’s highest peak? 4.Which two rivers separate the Korean Peninsula from China? 5.Which major Japanese island has no city on it?

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75 Developed ties with _____; modeled way of life (T) ; borrowed writing system; and Buddhism

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79 Ruled by shoguns (T) & samurai’s from 1100’s to 1860’s; Did not want to _____with other countries

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82 Fleet led by ___________ (USA) visited “J” in 1853 (Q); demanded to trade with Japan …

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84 Embraced _______ ideas soon after; improved education, set up factories & become dominant power

85 Government in which a king or Queen is the official head of State but elected officials run The government Group of people Related to one another Powerful Land-owning Warriors in Japan A military Leader in Early Japan Pattern of Heavy urban Settlement Over a large area Growing crops On every Available piece Of land A group Of islands Huge sea wave Caused by an Earthquake on the Ocean floor

86 In 1930’s, J attacks China (T). In 1941, J attacks ____ _______ in Hawaii forcing USA into World War II (Q)

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89 J surrenders to the USA after the USA drops 2 atomic bombs on ________ & _________

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93 Government in which a king or Queen is the official head of State but elected officials run The government Group of people Related to one another Powerful Land-owning Warriors in Japan A military Leader in Early Japan Pattern of Heavy urban Settlement Over a large area Growing crops On every Available piece Of land A group Of islands Huge sea wave Caused by an Earthquake on the Ocean floor

94 1.Why does Japan experience so many earthquakes? 2.What makes up Japan’s land area? 3.What is Japan known for in industry? 4.Why do Japanese farmers practice? 5.What are Japan’s economic challenges? Please have planner on your table; Copy down the questions (10). Please skip three lines per question.

95 6.Where do the Japanese trace their ancestry? 7.Who ruled Japan after the emperors’ power declined? 8.Where do most of Japan’s people live? 9.What do the two religions of Japan teach? 10.What Japanese sports have their origins in the past? Please have planner on your table; Copy down the questions (10). Please skip three lines per question.

96  Explain what economic activities are important in Japan  Describe how the past has influenced Japan  Summarize how religion has shaped culture in Japan

97 Ch. 18 test will be on Friday, 3.22 Spring Break is 4 days away!!

98 Bell Ringer Four Box Chart – Culture of Japan GR 18-1 HWK – Complete GR 18- 1

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100 “J” has population of people; 80 % Live on coastal urban plain (Q) Megalopolis (T)  , Yokohama, Nagoya & Osaka (RMI)

101 Men work long hours, Getting Home very late; quit Jobs to raise children 21 % live in rural areas; is traditionally center of one’s life (Q); family members must obey rules

102 1.Why does Japan experience so many earthquakes and tsunamis? (524) 2.What makes up Japan’s land area? (524) 3.What is Japan known for in industry? (526) 4.What do Japanese farmers practice? (527) 5.What are Japan’s economic challenges? (527) Please write the following questions (10). Use the chart on the following slide to answer; Planners on your table.

103 6.Where do the Japanese trace their ancestry? (527) 7.Who ruled Japan after the emperors’ power declined? (527) 8.Where do most of Japan’s people live? (528) 9.What do the two major religions of Japan teach? (529) 10.What Japanese sports have origins in the past? (529) Please write the following questions (10). Use the chart on the following slide to answer; Planners on your table.

104 Practice both & Shinto (Q)(T); teaches respect for nature and love of simple things No one founded ; no Basic book of Shinto like Bible or Koran

105 Many traditional art forms  poetry, wood Block printing, Kabuki Theater (RMI) Sports play a big role in Japan culture. Sumo (T), Judo, Karate, baseball & are all big in Japan

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