Life in Ancient China. 6 th Grade Standards Review Part II Standards 6.6.3 & 6.6.4 Mrs. Rand University Preparatory School. Chinese Society: Aristocrats. Landowning Aristocrats Aristocratic families owned large estates in early China
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6th Grade Standards Review Part II
Standards 6.6.3 & 6.6.4
University Preparatory School
Merchants lived in town and provided goods and services to the landowners.
Use the descriptions in the notes in slides 2-5 to help you decide what items to include in your three pictures.Activity One: Illustrations of daily life in ancient china
Three Chinese philosophies—Confucianism, Daoism, and Legalism—grew out of a need for order during the Zhou Dynasty.
Daoism teaches that you should give up concerns about the world.
People should instead seek inner peace and live in harmony with nature.
“Which of these philosophies (Confucianism, Daoism, or Legalism) do YOU think would be the most popular in the world today? Explain your answer.