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Page 123 -128 1-4. Chapter 5 Ancient China Section 1. (a) Loess – is a yellow-brown soil that is carried along with the water of a river. (b) Dike – a protective wall along a river to hold back its water.

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Page 123 128 1 4

Page 123 -128 1-4

Chapter 5 Ancient China

Section 1


1 define

  • (a) Loess – is a yellow-brown soil that is carried along with the water of a river.

  • (b) Dike – a protective wall along a river to hold back its water.

  • (c) Extended Family – Closely related people in a family parents, sons, daughters, grandparents, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and so on.

1. Define


2 identify

2. Identify


2 identify1

2. Identify


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  • (c) Chang Jiang or rivers in China and cuts Northern China in Half.Yangze river – Another large river one of the worlds largest and it cuts right through central China.

2. Identify


3 how did the huang he affect ancient chinese civilization

3. How did the Huang He affect ancient Chinese civilization?


4 what was the early chinese family household organized

  • The early Chinese family was different than what River and this theory is true to the yellow river. Many civilization began their lives near the river and then spread to other river valleyswe know today, Ancient families would be living with great-grandparents, grandparents, parents, aunts and uncles, sons and daughters, nieces and nephews, and so on and they will all live in the same house with their extended family.

4. What was the early Chinese Family household organized?


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