“Chop your own wood and it will warm you twice.”
Henry FordHow does this relate to you, our class, Japan, or the world?
Today, in Global Studies, we officially start working on Issue #1 for our publishing company! In Anthropology we will be spending the next few weeks discussing and exploring the Social Organization of societies past and present.
Grade 9&10: World Wide Walkers
- Feudal Japan Prezi
- Strategic Plan for World Wide Walkers: Japan
- Submission Schedule, Project Guide, Project Rubric, Writing Guide
- ToDo: Proposals due Thursday.
IB Soc. & Cultural Anthropology: Social Organization
- Student Showcase: #gaijinstruggles project
- Social Organization Prezi
- Race and Ethnicity notes
- Deconstruct Nobuka Aidachi’s, “Ethnic Identity, Culture and Race: Japanese and Nikkei at Home and Abroad.”