Teacher resources and professional development across the curriculum

Teacher professional development and classroom resources across the curriculum

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Print Resources
For Students

Chinese Academy of Science. The Population Atlas of China. English edition. New York: Oxford University Press, 1995. Currently out of print.

Clements, Jonathan. Chinese Life. Early Civilizations Series. New York: Barrons Juveniles, 2000.

Flack, Marjorie, and Kurt Wiese. The Story About Ping. New York: Viking Press, 1977.

For Teachers

Davenport, Merle. Living Geography: China. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Instructional Fair, 1998.

Hopkins Tech. China! The Grand Tour. 1.0 ed. Hopkins, Minn.: Hopkins Technology, LLC, 1995. CD-ROM.

Smith, David J. Mapping the World by Heart. 6th ed. Watertown, Mass.: Tom Snyder Productions, 1999.

Related Web Sites
For Students

A to Z Kids Stuff
Geared towards young children, this site includes a China section with an emphasis on significant facts and dates in Chinese history.

Scenery Pictures
This site features photos of China's natural landscapes and diverse geography.

For Teachers

The East Asian Curriculum Project at Columbia University
The EACP provides educators of all grades with information, lesson plans, and curriculum ideas on Asia.

The United States Geological Survey
The USGS offers geography curricula based in games and map activities, for grades K-12.

The University of New Orleans
On this site, the Teaching Asia and Technology section features links, teacher resources, Asian Study Web sites, and other educational material on Asia.


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