Nepal

 

Lesson / Unit Plan List


UNIT 1
By: Nathan Cholger
Hughes Elementary School
n8o1974@yahoo.com

Nathan

Researching the Country of Nepal

Researching a Country Sheet
Nepal: Facts and Figures
Nepal Elevation Zones
Nepal Physical
Nepal Population Distribution 2001
Nepal Proportional Production of Major Cereal Crops 2000/2001
Category: Elementary/Middle School Geography

UNIT 2
By: Janet Jansen
Ann Arbor Christian School
janetjansen@yahoo.com

Janet

What is Nepal like?

Category: Middle School Social Studies

 

UNIT 3
By: Janet Jansen
Ann Arbor Christian School
janetjansen@yahoo.com

Janet

What is a Developing Country?

Category: Middle School Social Studies

 

UNIT 4
By: Janet Jansen
Ann Arbor Christian School
janetjansen@yahoo.com

Janet

What is a Nation? Comparing Land, People, and Government, Economy and Culture

Category: Middle School Social Studies

 

UNIT 5
By: Nathan Cholger
Hughes Elementary School
n8o1974@yahoo.com

Nathan

Regions

Researching a Region Sheet
Category: Elementary/Middle School Geography

 

UNIT 6
By: Shawna Anderson
Manistique Middle/High School
shawna@alumni.nmu.edu

S

How does Physical Geography Impact Population Density in Nepal?

Category: Middle/High School Geography

 

UNIT 7
By: Karen Nelson
Traverse City APS
krnintc@chartermi.net

Karen

Safe and Sustained Water for Nepal

Nepal Fact Sheet
Category: Elementary or Middle School Science, with connections to Social Studies, English Language Arts

 

UNIT 8
By: Dan Carlson
Walled Lake N High School
dancarlson@wlcsd.org

Dan

An Introduction to Nepali Culture

Nepal: Top Five Lists (PowerPoint)
Category: Middle/High School Sociology, World History

 

UNIT 9
By: Jan Lee
Krause Elementary School
jlee@armadaschools.org

Jan Lee

Cultural Connections with Nepal

Category: Elementary School English, Technology, Social Studies

 

UNIT 10
By: Jan Lee
Krause Elementary School
jlee@armadaschools.org

Jan Lee

Educational Equity: A Lesson of what it is and why it is Necessary, through the Example of the Nepal Educational System                 

Category: Elementary School Social Studies, English

 

UNIT 11
By: Steve Chisnell
Royal Oak High School
schisnell@comcast.net

Steve

Three Lessons from Nepal (PowerPoint)

Category: High School Social studies

 

UNIT 12
By: Brian Prill
Burt Township Schools
prill1133@gmail.com

brian

The Core Democratic Values: A Comparison between the United States of America and Nepal

Supplemental notes on the Core Democratic Values and Nepal
The Core Democratic Values: The Building Blocks for a Developing Democratic Nation (PowerPoint)
Category: High School Government, Civics, World History and World Cultures

 

UNIT 13
By: Christina Witter
Morainne Elementary School
witterch@northville.k12.mi.us

Christina

A Comparison of the Birth of the United States’ Democracy to the Birth of Nepal’s Democracy

Category: Elementary/Middle School Social Studies

 

UNIT 14
By: Nese Nasif
Thurston High School
nasine01@southredford.net

Nese

Identifying Economic Systems

Nepal Country Brief: Economic Overview
Economic Systems Review (including Transition)
Economic Systems: Analysis and Conclusion
Economic Systems: Data
Economic Systems Review
Nepal Slashes Fuel and Gas Prices
Nepal: Data, Analysis & Conclusion
Trade Off Between Budget and Inflation
Category: High School Economics

 

UNIT 15
By: Shawna Anderson
Manistique Middle/High School
shawna@alumni.nmu.edu

S

How is Nepal Connected to the World?                 

Category: Middle/High School Geography and Economics

 

UNIT 16
By: Liz Cotter,
Northview High School
lizcotter@gmail.com

S

Foreign Policy Simulation: Nepal

Nepal Foreign Policy (Powerpoint)
Category: High School Social Studies

UNIT 17
By: Kevyn Welter
Flushing High School
kevyn.welter@flushing.k12.mi.us

Kevyn

World Religions:  Buddhism

Buddhism (PowerPoint)
Category: High School Social Studies

UNIT 18
By: Martha Cain
Berkley High School
mcain@berkley.k12.mi.us

Martha

Comparative Study of Hinduism and Christianity

Hinduism (PowerPoint)
Christianity (PowerPoint)
Comparative Religion Power Point Guided Notes
Comparative Religions Brainstorming Sheet
Category: High School Social Studies

UNIT 19
By: Amber Hastings
Mason High School ahasting@mason.k12.mi.us

sha

Nepali Poetry as a Reflection of Culture

Category: High School English – world literature

UNIT 20
By: Christina Witter
Morainne Elementary School
witterch@northville.k12.mi.us

Christina

Cultural Sensitivity, Critical Thinking, and Creative Writing Using Nepal-Focused Mentor Texts

A Day in the Life of a Nepali 10-Year-Old (PowerPoint)
Where in the World am I? Nepal or Europe? (PowerPoint)
Category: Elementary School Language Arts

UNIT 21
By: Amber Hastings
Mason High School ahasting@mason.k12.mi.us

sha

Taking Stances – Marriage Practices in Nepali Literature

Category: High School English, World Literature

UNIT 22
By: Nancy Stires
Tappan Middle School
stires@aaps.k12.mi.us

Nancy

Creating Myths and Legends from Nepal                 

Nepal Physical Map
Nepal Almanac Profile Sheet 1
Nepal Almanac Profile Sheet 2
Almanac Profiles
Mandala and Title Page
Writing Workshop: Legend/Myth Assignment
Legend/Myth Finishing Up
Category: Middle School Language Arts and Social Studies

 

 

Additional Resources:

"Destination: Nepal" Video
From Peace Corps / Coverdell World Wise Schools
(9 minutes) Requires Windows Media Player
Digitization and adaptation for Web funded by the Office of International Studies and Programs,
Michigan State University
http://www.isp.msu.edu/isp_common/videos/nepal.wmv
"Destination: Nepal" Companion Study Guide "http://www.peacecorps.gov/wws/guides/nepal/index.html
Understanding Nepal's Development
(Context, Interventions and People's Aspirations) Kailash Pyakuryal, Professor, Tribhuvan University Murari Suvedi, Professor, Michigan State University
Images from 2003 Nepal Study Tour
At the Crossroads of a New Constitution