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A Multiethnic Experience with Plants
|Title:||A Multiethnic Experience with Plants|
|Issue Date:||15 Jan 2014|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
|Abstract:||The body of this unit is divided into three parts: People , Plants and People and Plants, The People section contains three lessons introducing sociological concepts and ter minology for use later in the unit. The Plant section includes a lesson on basic plant identification and basic anatomy, People and Plants includes the unification of the first two sections. Four plants were chosen to represent the largest ethnic groups in Hawaii according to their specific importance to each culture. The taro- Hawaiian, and Samoan, The ti- Hawaiian. Rice- Japanese, Chinese, Filipino and Korean. Bamboo- Hawaiian, Samoan, Chinese, Japanese, Filipino, Korean and Thai,|
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