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Asia for Educators

Asia for Educators Teachers will like the organization of this website on Asia. Results can be found by viewing Subject Area, like geography, government, history; or File Type, like key points and central themes, lesson plans, maps; or Time Period from the beginning of Asian history to the
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Asia for Educators


Teachers will like the organization of this website on Asia. Results can be found by viewing Subject Area, like geography, government, history; or File Type, like key points and central themes, lesson plans, maps; or Time Period from the beginning of Asian history to the present. There are also excellent units on the "Mongols in World History," "The Song Dynasty in China," and "Japanese Society and Culture."

University of Columbia

• Lesson Plans • Learning Exercises • Pictures and/or Illustrations • Biographical Information


• High School Middle School

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