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CHINA MAP REVIEW. Terms to Know. People to Meet. Standard 6.6.1 & 6.6.2 Civilizations & Geo Features. Standard 6.6.6 Han Dynasty: Contributions. Standard 6.6.6 Han Dynasty: Contributions. Standard 6.6.1 & 6.6.2 Civilizations & Geo Features. Standard 6.6.3 & 6.6.4

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  1. CHINA MAP REVIEW Terms to Know People to Meet Standard 6.6.1 & 6.6.2 Civilizations & Geo Features Standard 6.6.6 Han Dynasty: Contributions Standard 6.6.6 Han Dynasty: Contributions Standard 6.6.1 & 6.6.2 Civilizations & Geo Features Standard 6.6.3 & 6.6.4 Confucianism: Life & Teachings Standard 6.6.5 Qin Dynasty: Policy & Achievements Standard 6.6.1 & 6.6.2 Civilizations & Geo Features Standard 6.6.7 Silk Road: Significance Standard 6.6.1 & 6.6.2 Civilizations & Geo Features Standard 6.6.5 Qin Dynasty: Policy & Achievements Standard 6.6.1 & 6.6.2 Civilizations & Geo Features Standard 6.6.3 & 6.6.4 Confucianism: Life & Teachings Standard 6.6.5 Qin Dynasty: Policy & Achievements Standard 6.6.7 Silk Road: Significance Standard 6.6.3 & 6.6.4 Confucianism: Life & Teachings Standard 6.6.3 & 6.6.4 Confucianism: Life & Teachings Standard 6.6.1 & 6.6.2 Civilizations & Geo Features Standard 6.6.7 Silk Road: Significance Standard 6.6.6 Han Dynasty: Contributions Standard 6.6.5 Qin Dynasty: Policy & Achievements Standard 6.6.3 & 6.6.4 Confucianism: Life & Teachings Standard 6.6.1 & 6.6.2 Civilizations & Geo Features Standard 6.6.7 Silk Road: Significance Standard 6.6.6 Han Dynasty: Contributions Standard 6.6.3 & 6.6.4 Confucianism: Life & Teachings Standard 6.6.5 Qin Dynasty: Policy & Achievements Standard 6.6.1 & 6.6.2 Civilizations & Geo Features Standard 6.6.7 Silk Road: Significance Standard 6.6.6 Han Dynasty: Contributions Standard 6.6.5 Qin Dynasty: Policy & Achievements Standard 6.6.1 & 6.6.2 Civilizations & Geo Features Standard 6.6.3 & 6.6.4 Confucianism: Life & Teachings Standard 6.6.7 Silk Road: Significance Standard 6.6.5 Qin Dynasty: Policy & Achievements Standard 6.6.6 Han Dynasty: Contributions Standard 6.6.1 & 6.6.2 Civilizations & Geo Features Standard 6.6.3 & 6.6.4 Confucianism: Life & Teachings

  2. Where did the first civilization in China begin?

  3. Huang He Valley People to Meet Return to Review Terms to Know

  4. What farming methods helped farmers in Ancient China grow more crops?

  5. Irrigation, pest control and cutting terraces into mountain slopes People to Meet Return to Review Terms to Know

  6. Why did the amount of land owned by Aristocrat families decrease over time?

  7. The land was split among their sons as an inheritance. People to Meet Return to Review Terms to Know

  8. Shang Artists were skilled in…

  9. ✓Creating and weaving silk✓Creating objects out of bronze, ivory, & jade✓making vases and dishes out of clay People to Meet Return to Review Terms to Know

  10. How did China’s geography affect the Chinese people?

  11. It isolated them from other societies People to Meet Return to Review Terms to Know

  12. Which body of water gets its name from the yellow soil that it carries from Mongolia to the Pacific Ocean?

  13. Huang He People to Meet Return to Review Terms to Know

  14. Why did Chinese farmers need to produce many crops on small amounts of land?

  15. The desert and mountains could not be farmed. People to Meet Return to Review Terms to Know

  16. Why did the earliest Chinese people live in the Huang He valley?

  17. Frequent floods left rich soil People to Meet Return to Review Terms to Know

  18. What is another name for the Yangtze River?

  19. Chang Jiang People to Meet Return to Review Terms to Know

  20. Land owning aristocrat families in China were not WHAT compared to now?

  21. Were not as wealthy in future generations People to Meet Return to Review Terms to Know

  22. Confucianism and Daoism developed partially in response to what?

  23. A long period of unrest and violence that made people fearful People to Meet Return to Review Terms to Know

  24. What did Confucius teach?

  25. People should put family and community needs above their own. People to Meet Return to Review Terms to Know

  26. What religion taught that people should give up worldly desires and turn to nature?

  27. Daoism People to Meet Return to Review Terms to Know

  28. What religion taught that people needed to have a sense of duty

  29. Confucianism People to Meet Return to Review Terms to Know

  30. What did the Chinese practice of filial piety indicate?

  31. That children should respect their elders. People to Meet Return to Review Terms to Know

  32. Who was China’s first great thinker?

  33. Confucius People to Meet Return to Review Terms to Know

  34. Who developed the Golden Rule: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”

  35. Confucius

  36. The development of legalism led to …

  37. Cruel laws and punishments People to Meet Return to Review Terms to Know

  38. Daoism was based upon the teachings of whom?

  39. Laozi People to Meet Return to Review Terms to Know

  40. What does Qin Shihuangdi mean?

  41. “the First Qin Emperor.” People to Meet Return to Review Terms to Know

  42. Why was emperor Qin a powerful ruler?

  43. Because her based his rule upon Legalism People to Meet Return to Review Terms to Know

  44. How did Emperor Qin unify China?

  45. He created one currency, he standardized weights and measurements, he ordered the construction of roads and a huge canal. People to Meet Return to Review Terms to Know

  46. Why did many Chinese people rebel against Qin Shihuangdi?

  47. They viewed his as a cruel ruler, he reduced aristocrat power, he forced farmers to build roads and the Great Wall People to Meet Return to Review Terms to Know

  48. What did emperor Qin do to people who opposed him?

  49. He punished or killed them. People to Meet Return to Review Terms to Know

  50. Aristocrats, scholars, and _____viewed Qin Shihuangdi as a cruel leader.