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Discovery Learning 3[Teacher Notes]

Connect the documents to the correct descriptions.[Answer]
(1) Records on Observations on Oki
(2) The Daijōkan Order
(3) An Yong-bok Interrogation Document
(A) The Daijōkan declared, “Ulleungdo and Dokdo have no relation with Japan, and you must keep that in mind.”
(B) The first document to contain authentic records about Ulleungdo and Dokdo.
(C) A historical document entitled “Genroku 9 Korean Coastal Nautical Scrolls” was discovered on May 17, 2005.

Teacher Notes
Review the information in this chapter by connecting the documents to the corresponding descriptions. Allow students to discuss parts of the chapter that are not presented in the questions.
1-Ⓑ , 2-Ⓐ , 3-Ⓒ
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