What did it mean to be a daughter in imperial China? How did the concept of extraterritorially affect China's ability to control foreigners in the nineteenth century? This innovative. inquiry-based social studies program for high school students uses role-playing, simulations, debates, primary documents, first-person accounts, excerpts from literary works, and cooperative learning activities to help student explore these and other key aspects of China's history and culture. This book can be used as a supplement to traditional world history texts or international and area studies courses.
Co-published with the University of Hawai‘i Press
|Author(s)||Eileen H. Tamura, Linda K. Menton, Noren W. Lush, Francis K. C. Tsui, with Warren Cohen|
|Program||China: Understanding its Past|
|Binding Type||Hard Cover|
|Grade Level(s)||9, 10, 11, 12, 13+|