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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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  1. China

  2. Bellringer • What is the Mandate of Heavan?

  3. Agenda • Bellringer • Readings • GRAPES Chart • Homework: • Guided Readings

  4. Geography

  5. Religion • Ancestor worship

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

  7. Achievements • Uniformed a • Writing system • Laws • Weights and measures • Irrigation projects • New roads • Great Wall of China

  8. Social • Shi Huangdi- first emperor • Peasants force to work on government projects • Forces nobles to leave their homes to live at his court

  9. Find a partner! SOL Review

  10. Directions • For each question write down your answer! • The team with the most points win!

  11. Write down if the characteristic is Paleolithic or Neolithic Paleolithic, Neolithic or both

  12. Migration

  13. Slash and burn farming

  14. Domestication of animals

  15. Men and women having equal status

  16. Aleppo and Jericho

  17. pottery

  18. Living in small clans

  19. Gathering food from wild plants

  20. Learning how to use fire

  21. Learning to farm

  22. Stone tools

  23. Stonehenge

  24. Guess Mesopotamia, Egypt or Indus River Valleys !

  25. Irrigation systems

  26. Unpredictable flooding

  27. Un readable language

  28. Ziggurats

  29. Pharaohs

  30. Menes

  31. Nile River

  32. Hammurabi Code

  33. Babylon

  34. Hieroglyphics

  35. Harappa

  36. Pyramids

  37. Planned cities

  38. Cuneiform

  39. Bellringer • Complete the GRAPES chart on the Han Dynasty from your Homework

  40. Agenda • Bellringer • Review packet from last class • PowerPoint • Activity

  41. Han Dynasty(206 BCE – 220 CE)

  42. 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

  43. Government Confucianism • Expanded the bureaucracy • Civil serviceexams and education • Stable government, lower taxes • Farmers were most important part of society • Importance of family

  44. Han Achievements • Technology and commerce • Silk trade • Invent paper, porcelain, harness, plow, wheelbarrow, watermills, compass • Assimilation of conquered people into Chinese culture

  45. Predictions What happened to the Han Dynasty?

  46. 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

  47. 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

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