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Bell Ringer #13 April 16th, 2012. Name the 5 greatest philosophers or thinkers of all time. OR tell me a principle that helps to guide your life. Here is the plan…. Students will be able to identify the 3 schools of thought that have shaped Chinese civilization.

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Bell ringer 13 april 16th 2012

Bell Ringer #13April 16th, 2012

Name the 5 greatest philosophers or thinkers of all time. OR tell me a principle that helps to guide your life.


Here is the plan
Here is the plan…

  • Students will be able to identify the 3 schools of thought that have shaped Chinese civilization.

  • Students will be able to list the 5 relationships identified by Confucius.

  • Students will apply the term matriarchal or patriarchal to those relationships.





Activity from pages 330 331
Activityfrom pages #330-331

  • TOP LEFT – List Confucius’ 5 Relationships.

  • TOP RIGHT – List 5 of your own personal relationships.

  • BOTTOM LEFT – Apply the term “matriarchal” to Confucius’s relationships.

  • BOTTOM RIGHT – How do you feel about the term “Filial piety”?



Finish
Finish…

  • The ducks legs are short, but if we try to lengthen them…

  • The cranes legs are long, but if we try to shorten them…


Daoism page 331
Daoismpage #331

  • Now read the full parable from the bottom right column on page #33.

  • What do you think this parable says about the beliefs of Daoism?


Question
Question

  • Does tougher punishment deter criminal activity or bad behavior?

  • What makes you believe the way that you do?


NOW

  • Read “Legalism” from page #332 in textbook


Buddhism
Buddhism

  • Read from pages #332 -333 in textbook

  • Why did Buddhism appeal to the Chinese?

  • How did “it” diffuse to China?


Match

Confucius

Daoism

Legalism

Buddhism

Harsh

Nature

Respect

Diffusion

Match


Here is the plan1
Here is the plan…

  • Students will be able to identify the 3 schools of thought that have shaped Chinese civilization.

  • Students will be able to list the 5 relationships identified by Confucius.

  • Students will apply the term matriarchal or patriarchal to those relationships.