|Title:||Looking at Japan (Looking at Countries (Hardcover))|
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|Category:||Geography and Cultures|
|Publisher:||Gareth Stevens Publishing (September 1, 2007)|
Looking at Countries). Published September 1st 2007 by Gareth Stevens Publishing (first published 2007).
Looking at Countries. Library descriptions. An overview of the land and people of Japan. see all 3 descriptions. General Note: Includes index. Formatted Contents Note: Where is Japan? The landscape Weather and seasons Japanese people School and family Country life City life Japanese houses Japanese food At work Having fun Japan: the facts. Download now Looking at Japan Jillian Powell.
Looking at China is a great informational text about the country of China, where one-fifth of all people live. I like the special features in this text, including Did you know? boxes, a glossary of new and difficult words, and provided web sites for further information. Looking at Countries takes you on a tour so you can find out about the landscape, the weather, the people and the places. With maps and large photos, this colourful series provides lots of information about countries around the world.
The Most Forward-Looking Countries ranking draw from the results of a global perceptions-based survey and ranked based on the highest scores among nearly 6,000 business decision-makers in a compilation of five equally weighted country attributes: bureaucratic, dynamic, entrepreneurial, innovative and technological expertise. The country also ranks highest among the top five-ranked countries in the attributes of strong military, influential culture, influential culture, distinctiveness and rich history. Next: Top 5 Most Forward-Looking Countries. Anticipating change is more than a business-school maxim. The practice can help ensure security in people's everyday lives. Which countries are seen as doing the best job in foreseeing the future and enabling people to adapt quickly to change?
I like looking at the way they are built and the style they are built in. In London there are many houses that are hundreds of years old. These are beautiful. You can still see much of the original wood and stone structure. Modern houses are also interesting. It’s funny how they copy many of the features of older houses. I love looking at houses when I travel. Every country has its own special designs, from Japan to Arabia to Greece. Nowadays people are building eco-friendly houses. They want houses that save energy and help protect the planet.
This leads into the second matter that Stevens addresses in Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird. Stevens says that he knows himself as a poet and that is a part of himself as a person. However, since he also knows the blackbird, that perception makes the blackbird a part of him as well. My classes uses this to have students make their own poem. We are to use the same general idea as looking at any given object and their point of view. In my opinion, it’s a waste of time. It seems to be difficult to look at an object and think of its point of view. Our assignment was only given 2 days. I would need more to be interactive on this self questioning and project.
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