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5 Tools For Making Custom Timelines - Edudemic

5 Tools For Making Custom Timelines - Edudemic | Learning Japanese | Scoop.it
You can use custom timelines in book reports, projects, and just about every other piece of coursework in K-12. These tools will help.

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Does this sound like something you can use in classroom?

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Savor the symbolism at New Year's | The Japan Times Online

Savor the symbolism at New Year's | The Japan Times Online | Learning Japanese | Scoop.it
New Year's is the most important holiday on the Japanese calendar. And as befitting such an important festival, the food traditionally served is lavish and elaborate.

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A Visual Way to Navigate Among Comments

A Visual Way to Navigate Among Comments | Learning Japanese | Scoop.it
Disqus, a comments platform for bloggers, is trying to help people find unique conversations using data visualization.

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sarspri's curator insight, May 11, 2013 1:03 PM

The discussions that occur around posts and across blogs via the "comments" feature are rarely experienced by novice bloggers.  Without an introduction to this key aspect of personal and social publishing platforms, many skeptics fail to realize the potential that blogging has for interaction and conversation, not just what they perceive to be mindless, one-way self promotion. 

 

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19 Japanese Festival Foods

19 Japanese Festival Foods | Learning Japanese | Scoop.it
Many Japanese festivals attract millions of visitors — somebody has to feed all those people.

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Bon Festival at the Morikami Museum

Don't miss out on the annual Bon Festival at the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens. Visit www.morikami.org/bon for more information.
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Clip Art for Education

Clip Art for Education | Learning Japanese | Scoop.it
日本語 ABCs Action Body Parts Classroom Objects Clothes Daily Life Flags Fruits Halloween Musical Instruments School Subjects Stationery Transportation Weather...

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