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Yen, Yen, Yen! Japanese Currency Exchange Is the Name of the Game
In this one time class students will learn about Japanese currency. Students will get to experience how Japanese money works by getting to buy things of different value from my pretend Japanese grocery store consisting of different treats.
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1)What will be taught? Students will learn about Japanese currency, yen. I will show the actual Japanese money and explain to them what each bill and coin represents and quick tricks to figure out how much something is worth. Then, students will learn how to go shopping in a pretend grocery store and tell me how much yen they will need to buy with what they decided to purchase. I will then pull different items out from a bag with different prices on them. These items will come from a real...
Students will improve their understanding of Japanese currency and how to figure out how to calculate how much something is by shopping at a pretend grocery store.
There is no homework required
1 file available upon enrollmentStudents will need to print the document with the fake Japanese money that is attached to the welcome post and cut out the bills and coins to have ready for class:)
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Emily Parish(:Creative Writing, Corgi Obsessed, Teaching Japanese Culture, Teaching Kindness:)
475 total reviews
512 completed classes
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