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Bellringer 3/4. Chapter 12: China in th e Middle Ages Define warlord, economy, reform, monastery What made Buddhism so popular in China ? People absent on Friday: Last week’s bellringer’s placed in the basket Religion summary writings placed in the basket

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Bellringer 3 4

Bellringer 3/4

Chapter 12: China in the Middle Ages

  • Define warlord, economy, reform, monastery

  • What made Buddhism so popular in China?

    People absent on Friday:

  • Last week’s bellringer’s placed in the basket

  • Religion summary writings placed in the basket

  • Come to me today during PE or Strategies to take your test


China reunites

China Reunites

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China Reunites


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China Reunites

During the Middle Ages, Chinese rulers brought peace, order, and growth to China. Buddhism became a major religion in China, but the Chinese government supported Confucian ideas.

Earlier we read that the Han dynasty of China collapsed and China plunged into civil war. This unrest helped Buddhism spread. China eventually reunited. The new dynasties took Chinese civilization to even higher levels.


Rebuilding china

Rebuilding China

  • China’s Han empire ended in A.D. 220

  • No central government in China for 300 years

  • War and poverty everywhere

  • Warlords fought with each other

  • Lost control of Korea


China reunites group summary

China Reunites Group Summary

  • Work with your partner to complete the chart detailing information on the Sui, Tang, and Song dynasties

  • When complete with the chart, read pages 412-415 and provide the notes for Buddhism and Confucianism on your organizer

  • At the end of class, we will complete the chart together


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China Reunites


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