Lost Names: Scenes from a Korean Boyhood Fun Activities

Richard E. Kim
This set of Lesson Plans consists of approximately 118 pages of tests, essay questions, lessons, and other teaching materials.
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Honor a Hero

The young man on the train knew about the boy's father and why he had been imprisoned. It made an impression on him, making the father seem like a hero in his eyes. Create a special medal for the father and write a speech defining why he deserved the medal.

Dress-Up

The boy's mother wore western-style clothes on the train. Research Korean clothing from the1930's and dress up one student in traditional garb (or design a traditional outfit on paper) while another one models western clothing from the same era.

The family had to navigate across treacherous ice during the night. They followed a couple who knew the way across. Have the class set up an obstacle course; then take turns guiding each other through it blindfolded. Discuss how it feels to be going through an unfamiliar course, depending on someone...

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