The world is changing China and China is changing the world. China is in the media today, as it is almost every day, dominating the world news and analysis in a way which it has not done in living memory. It is the world's fastest growing country - by China is expected to be the largest economy in the world, with India second and place and the US in 3rd place.
Students explore countries of the Asia region. Students will explore and reflect upon similarities, differences and the importance of intercultural understanding. Inquiry skills: Acquiring geographical information.
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Expand All Collapse All. Exercise 1: Use the maps of Chinese provinces above, along with the chart of province names with English translations, to discuss how geographic features could be the origins of many province names. Students may want to use the China View websitebelow, to research further on specific provinces. Exercise 2: Use one of the blank maps above to fill in province names from memory.
China has an estimated 1. In all respects, then, Asia is the largest continent in the world. Can you believe that the total landmass of Asia is larger than the total area of the moon?
Asia makes up the eastern portion of the Eurasian supercontinent ; Europe occupies the western portion. The border between the two continents is debated. Asia is bordered by the Arctic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans.
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Geography of Asia Lesson Plans - Chapter Summary This series of convenient lesson plan outlines helps you design lessons on the geography of several countries and regions in Asia, including China and Southwest Asia. In addition to these outlines, you'll find supplemental lessons that go into more detail about Asia's physical geography. Incorporate these lesson supplements into your curriculum and assign the included quizzes as homework or in-class assignments.