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Cut and Make Japanese Masks by A. G. Smith,Josie Hazen Pdf
Twelve authentic, full-color disguises, including such No masks as a ceremonial old man, the Thunder God, an "Oto" mask used in comic interludes between No plays, as well as masks worn for dance, other types of theatrical roles and temple rituals. Clear diagrams and simple assembly instructions included.
Cut and Make Festival Masks from India by R. M. Lehri Pdf
A demon mask worn by dancers of Himachal Pradesh; a Ravana (demon) mask worn in northern India; a brightly decorated Kathakali dancer's mask from Kerala; a Narasimha mask from Orissa; and 2 others. 6 full-color masks on 6 plates. Identifying captions. Instructions.
Bookwise is a carefully graded reading scheme organized into five cross-curricular strands, encouraging links to other subjects. Comprising 16 fiction and ten non-fiction titles, the 25 books at each level span a two-year reading age and the three-tier levelling system within each level facilitates an accurate match of reading ability and text. The full-colour readers are accompanied by teacher's guides and resource sheets to help teachers get the most out of their guided reading and writing sessions.
Making Origami Masks Step by Step by Michael G. LaFosse Pdf
What kids will enjoy even more than making origami masks, such as the fox mask, cat mask, and the monster mask, is wearing them! Kids will also learn about the history and legends behind masks such as the ancient Japanese Daruma mask and the Mardi Gras mask. After kids learn the basic art of folding masks with this book, they will have fun experimenting and designing their own original mask creations.
Inspired Drama Teaching is packed full of practical ideas to inspire your students and colleagues. This book offers tips and ideas on everything a teacher of secondary drama needs to cover, including: • Explorative strategies, such as role play and forum-theatre • Activities for making use of stimuli, such as scripts and music • Ideas for incorporating the elements of drama, such as rhythm and characterisation • Approaching drama as a medium, through the use of mime and make-up. This book includes a chapter on getting the students to work collaboratively, and one on making use of ICT within drama on the companion website. There is also a chapter dedicated to embodying drama and dramatic techniques across the curriculum, so you can get your colleagues excited about drama as well. There's a handy exam specification matrix online too. Inspired Drama Teaching isn't only for teachers just beginning their careers on the school stage; even experienced drama and English teachers will find plenty of new ideas and activities.
Behind the Japanese Mask tells the story of political events in Japan leading up to and during World War II, as told by the British Ambassador in Japan from 1937-1941 himself, Sir Robert Leslie Craigie. “THIS BOOK IS IN NO SENSE AN OFFICIAL RECORD. IT IS RATHER AN ATTEMPT, made without reference to official documents and after three years of mature reflection, to disentangle from avoidable detail the sequence of political events in Japan which led up to the war; to record the main developments in Anglo-Japanese relations during that time; and to follow the intricacies of the struggle in Japan between those who favoured this war of aggression and those who worked against it. Interspersed with political matters I have given accounts of our personal experiences, not because I regard them as intrinsically important, but rather in the hope that they may help to give body to the general impressions formed during those five critical years in Japan. The views expressed are purely my own and in no way commit His Majesty’s Government. “‘Know thine enemy’ is a good precept for those who have been engaged on a life-and-death struggle with a foe who is as inscrutable as he has often shown himself to be unscrupulous. If this book can add but a little to the sum of that knowledge, I shall be more than satisfied.”—Sir Robert Leslie Craigie
The Art of Japanese Paper by Dominique Buisson Pdf
To the Japanese, paper is far more than the material medium used by Westerners. For them, its purity symbolises the religious offering, and respect for gods and men. Cut out or folded, it extends the code of speech and gesture. Paper also plays a purely utilitarian role, in the form of lanterns, parasols, fans, wrapping paper, or playthings such kites, dolls and origami.
Looking Beyond the Mask focuses on the personal stories of the growing number of American women who—despite vast cultural differences, and sometimes because of them—are married to Japanese men. Although the problems encountered in such marriages are similar to those found in any union, there are cultural implications that can exacerbate almost any of them. Potential areas of conflict are examined, such as in-laws, customs and manners, values, living conditions, religion, communication, sex and gender, and raising children. The book deals with meeting such challenges and attempting to look beyond the cultural masks to see the real people behind them. The women in question stress the importance of commitment, a flexible attitude, a strong sense of identity, a support network, a sense of perspective, and a sense of humor. They also reveal the benefits of these marriages, including a greater appreciation for Japanese ways and the opportunity to continually grow and learn. Based on extensive research, the book provides a new look at Japan from the unique perspective of those American women most intimately involved with its culture.
Contains instructions for twenty-five art projects and activities designed to provide students in grades four through eight with a deeper understanding and appreciation of the geography, culture, and cooking of China and Japan.