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Grade 7- Korean History Print Page

Korean History- Grade 7

The Korea Tourism Organization needs your help!

We are thinking of expanding and creating a new museum and we are seeking your help creating it.  

Recently a Virtual Science Museum on the periodic table of elements was launched here in South Korea.  This exhibit is very popular and a huge success.  The exhibit showed us how much people enjoy exploring Virtual Museums.  After more research, The Korea Tourism Organization has decided to create another Virtual Museum - this time with a Korean History theme.  

We would like students at KIS to create a Virtual Museum (similar to the science exhibit) that has all the information needed to create the new Korean History Virtual Museum.  It will act as the blueprint of the new virtual museum we will launch.

We want the world to know about Korea’s rich history so we have decided to make this museum both fun and also educational for Korean’s and foreigners alike, of all ages.  Visitors to this new virtual museum will have a lasting experience, exposing them to important knowledge about thousands of years of Korean history.

We at the Korean Tourism Organization would like this new museum to include information and learning experiences about Korea.  We would like it to focus on the Social, Political, Economic, and Cultural aspects of Korean history.  The information can take any form, from information snippets, in depth write-ups, art, artifacts, fossils, hands-on activities, pictures and videos; the more creative and exciting the better!

Use the resources on this page and from our print resources.


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RADCAB”™ is a great checklist to think about when using websites. Created by Karen M. Christensson, each link leads to her website going into further detail.

  Is the information relevant to the question at hand? Am I on the right track?

  Is the information suitable to my age and core values?

  How much information do I need? Is the depth of coverage adequate?

 When was the information published or last updated?

 Who is the author of the information? What are his or her qualifications?

  Why was this information written? Was it written to inform me, persuade me, entertain me, or sell me something?


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Print Resources

You will find the range of print options available in the KIS Library. Feel free to look thorugh these options; be sure to visit the cart of books near the circulation desk.


Book Highlights

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A Brief History of Korea

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Korea Through Myths and Legends



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