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Many New Resources On Japan Disaster

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Here are many new additions to Useful Updates On Japan Earthquake — Part Two:

Before School Starts is a Wall Street Journal slideshow.

Japan Struggles to Reopen Schools is a Wall Street Journal article (to get pass its paywall, you might have to Google the headline).

Ancient People Are Still Awesome: Centuries-Old Japanese Tsunami Warning Markers Saved Lives comes from GOOD Magazine.

Japan Disaster’s Human Impact is an interactive from The Wall Street Journal.

Fukushima disaster is an interactive timeline.

Life In Japan’s Evacuation Centers is a TIME Magazine slideshow.

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Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

3 Comments

  1. Thanks for putting these resources together. For my classes I had put together a short storify in order to stimulate conversation. My class had spent quite some time talking about ways people could help Japan rebuild.
    If anyone else is interested, here is a site for students around the world to get involved in helping rebuild Japan in an easy and fun way: http://studentsrebuild.org/

  2. I thought the story on the struggles to re-open schools in Japan were very telling of the challenges that lie ahead in the re-construction of Japan. Also the interactive timeline was extremely interesting to look at. Thanks for getting the links together and so easily accesible.

  3. Hi Larry,

    Thanks so much for posting these. I also wanted to share these tips on helping ELLs cope with global disasters, particularly if they are from the affected country or region.

    http://www.colorincolorado.org/article/41066

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