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China. Bellringer. What is the Mandate of Heavan ?. Agenda. Bellringer Readings GRAPES Chart Homework: Guided Readings. Geography. Religion. Ancestor worship . Political . Autocracy- a government in which a ruler has unlimited power and uses it according to this manner Legalism .

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China


Bellringer

  • What is the Mandate of Heavan?


Agenda

  • Bellringer

  • Readings

  • GRAPES Chart

  • Homework:

    • Guided Readings


Geography


Religion

  • Ancestor worship


Political

  • Autocracy- a government in which a ruler has unlimited power and uses it according to this manner

  • Legalism


Achievements

  • Uniformed a

    • Writing system

    • Laws

    • Weights and measures

  • Irrigation projects

  • New roads

  • Great Wall of China


Social

  • Shi Huangdi- first emperor

  • Peasants force to work on government projects

  • Forces nobles to leave their homes to live at his court


Find a partner!

SOL Review


Directions

  • For each question write down your answer!

  • The team with the most points win!


Write down if the characteristic is Paleolithic or Neolithic

Paleolithic, Neolithic or both


Migration


Slash and burn farming


Domestication of animals


Men and women having equal status


Aleppo and Jericho


pottery


Living in small clans


Gathering food from wild plants


Learning how to use fire


Learning to farm


Stone tools


Stonehenge


Guess Mesopotamia, Egypt or Indus

River Valleys !


Irrigation systems


Unpredictable flooding


Un readable language


Ziggurats


Pharaohs


Menes


Nile River


Hammurabi Code


Babylon


Hieroglyphics


Harappa


Pyramids


Planned cities


Cuneiform


Bellringer

  • Complete the GRAPES chart on the Han Dynasty from your Homework


Agenda

  • Bellringer

  • Review packet from last class

  • PowerPoint

  • Activity


Han Dynasty(206 BCE – 220 CE)


Han Dynasty

  • Many tried to become emperor, but Liu Bang conquered the others and founded the Han Dynasty in 202 BCE

  • Liu Bang and Wudi strengthened the government, but without punishing the people


Government Confucianism

  • Expanded the bureaucracy

    • Civil serviceexams and education

  • Stable government, lower taxes

  • Farmers were most important part of society

  • Importance of family


Han Achievements

  • Technology and commerce

    • Silk trade

    • Invent paper, porcelain, harness, plow, wheelbarrow, watermills, compass

  • Assimilation of conquered people into Chinese culture


Predictions

What happened to the Han Dynasty?


Han Fall

  • Poor grew poorer with each generation

    • Rich manipulated the poor, so the poor revolted

  • Wealthy families tried to be more powerful than the emperor

  • Rivals fought for power and the dynasty fell apart


Activity: Create a Poster which illiterates

How were the Han and Qin similar? How were they different?

Poster must include the follow:3 seminaries and 3 differencesA picture which shows one achievement for each

Find a partner, use your notes and the book


Bellringer

  • Pull out your Religions chart

    • Fill in Confucianism, Legalism and Daoism


Agenda

  • World Religions Chart

  • Finish posters

  • Review for Classical China Test next class

  • Homework:

  • Study for test


The Silk Roads

  • Silk is a strong, lightweight, attractive fabric

    • Carried from China, through deserts and mountains, to India, Persia, Egypt, and Rome

  • Cultures and ideas also spread along the Silk Roads – Buddhism


Goal

  • Students will be able to identify characteristic in classical China

Hello I’m the Wise Dragon


Mandate of Heaven

  • Can also be called???

    • Dynastic Cycle

  • Place in the correct order:

    • New Dynasty wins favor with the gods

    • People begin to revolt

    • Old Dynasty loses favor of the gods

    • New Dynasty experience good times

    • Dynasty begins to decline

Wise Dragon:

Established by the Zhou dynasty


The Mandate of Heaven


Timeline

  • Place in the correct order of events!

    • Han Dynasty

    • Qin Dynasty

    • Era of Warring States

    • Zhou Dynasty


Timeline

  • Place in the correct order of events!

    • Zhou Dynasty

    • Era of Warring States

    • Qin Dynasty

    • Han Dynasty


Events!

  • What philosophies were established during the Era of Warring States?

    • Confucianism

    • Legalism

    • Daoism

Wise Dragon:

These philosophies were trying to help establish order during this period of time


Guess Who?

  • I created a philosophy which believes in:

    • 5 basic Relationships

    • Respect for Elders

    • Good Education= good government officials

    • Humans are good not bad


Guess Who?

  • I created a philosophy which believes in:

    • 5 basic Relationships

    • Respect for Elders

    • Good Education= good government officials

    • Humans are good not bad

Confucianism


What Philosophy?

  • This Philosophy believes that:

    • A simple life brings inner peace

    • Harmony with nature


What Philosophy?

  • This Philosophy believes that:

    • A simple life brings inner peace

    • Harmony with nature

Daoism


What Philosophy?

  • This Philosophy believes that:

    • Strict Laws

    • Tough punishment


What Philosophy?

  • This Philosophy believes that:

    • Strict Laws

    • Tough punishment

Legalism


Dynasties

Han or Qin


Ruled through fear


Silk


Burned books


Autocracy


Porcelain


Short lived dynasty


Legalism


Farmers Important


Shi Haungdi


Silk Trade


Paper


Great Wall


Civil Service


Answers


Ruled through fear

Qin Dynasty


Silk

Han Dynasty


Burned books

Qin Dynasty


Autocracy

Qin Dynasty


Porcelain

Han Dynasty


Short lived dynasty

Qin Dynasty


Legalism

Qin Dynasty


Framers Important

Han Dynasty


Shi Haungdi

Qin Dynasty


Silk Trade

Han Dynasty


Paper

Han Dynasty


Great Wall

Qin Dynasty


Civil Service

Han Dynasty


Dynastic Cycle

  • The dynastic cycle can be applied to any Chinese dynasty. Explain how the dynastic cycle can be applied to each of the Qin and Han dynasties.


Guess Persian or Classical India

Persian or India


Aryan Migration


Gupta Empire


The Royal Road


Cyrus the Great


Mauryan Empire


Zoroastrianism


Caste system


Asoka


Located in the Middle East


Darius


Judaism, Hinduism or Buddhism

Religions


Reincarnation


Canaan


Caste System


Vedas


Four Noble Truths


Polytheistic


Buddha


Eightfold Path


Moska


Siddhartha Gautama


Covenant


Nirvana


Abraham


10 Commandment


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