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Way We Do It in Japan
Way We Do It in Japan | Paige Billin-Frye, Geneva Cobb Iijima
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This book is specially designed in Amazon's fixed-layout KF8 format with region magnification. Double-tap on an area of text to zoom and read. Gregory and his family are moving to Japan for his dad's job. After the long flight, they arrive at their new apartment. Gregory is surprised to find lots of things that are different: but that's the way they do it in Japan.
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Estradan
Way We Do It in Japan | Paige Billin-Frye, Geneva Cobb Iijima
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This GREAT RF books is one of my favorites! It‘s about a boy who lived in California but then had to move to Tokyo for his fathers job. This book shares his journey into a Japanese lifestyle. This book would be great RA book because students can learn new unfamiliar Japanese words. The resource below provides background on the author. UDL 1.3 aligns with this resource because information on the author is displayed online. #ucflae3414su19

Estradan https://www.genevacobbiijima.com/category/uncategorized/. This book also aligns with ESOL strategy 24 because this book incorporates a Japanese culture and their language into the curriculum! 5d
DawnS This would be a great book to shift a perspective of learning about cultures. Since most young children only think of it in terms of coming to America, seeing how a US citizen transfers to another country would raise some good questions and I think empathy as well. 5d
DeannaP I love how this is a book about different cultures! It would be perfect to have in the classroom! 14h
Kcompton2912 I love the content of this book. It can really help our students learn about how education is different across the world. It will also help students understand what it is like for the fellow EL students in the classroom. 14h
Bshelton27 I think this would be a great way to incorporate a different language into the classroom! I think Japanese culture is something that isn‘t super popular in the classroom so I love that you did a post on it! 14h
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