UCLA/Torrance USD:
East Asia and New Media in My Classroom

Fall-Winter 2005-2006

To apply, visit: http://www.asia.ucla.edu/applications
Discussion Forum: http://www.asia.ucla.edu/forum

Fall-Winter 2005 Schedule

Wednesday

Sept. 28

5 - 8 pm

Introduction
Geography

Friday

Oct. 7

8:30 am – 3 pm

China: Origins to Early Empire
Early Chinese Thought
Web-Centered Teaching Strategies

Saturday - Sunday

Oct. 15 - 16

9 am - 3:30 pm

OPTIONAL workshop at UCLA– Teaching about Human Rights: Case Studies from Asia

Tuesday

Oct. 18

5 - 8 pm

Using Encounters: Hundred Flowers Debate
Love and Counting in East Asia

Friday

Oct. 28

8:30 – 3 pm

China’s Middle Ages
Web Page Construction

Friday

Nov. 18

8:30 – 3 pm

Japan: Origins through 1600
Japanese Literature: Classical and Warrior Eras

Tuesday

Nov. 29

5 - 8 pm

Late Imperial China

Tuesday

Jan. 3

5 - 8 pm

The Rise of Modern Japan: Tokugawa through Meiji

Tuesday

Jan. 17

5 - 8 pm

Women in East Asian History

Tuesday

Jan. 24

4 - 8 pm

East Asia since 1900
Contemporary Issues in East Asia

Follow- up session in early April.

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